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Today’s Assignments: Day 121

Today in History/Social Studies, you will being learning about voting rights in the United States.

Be sure to click “Completed” after each assignment.


Reading/Literature 11
Read and Log
Read for 30 minutes. Record it in your Reading Log.

  1. Pick out a reading book
  2. Reading Log
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Language Arts 11
Argumentative Essay
Use a word processor to write an argument about an event from what you read in Reading/Literature today. Introduce the topic, state your claims with clear reason, use the Research Center and find information from credible sources to support your claims, and a concluding statement that supports your argument. Establish and maintain a formal writing style.

  1. Research Center

Spelling Vocab: Look up each spelling word in the dictionary and write its definition using the Digital Worksheet.

  1. Digital Worksheet
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Math 11
Statistics and Probability

Follow along while watching the video using Grid Paper to continue learning about conditional probability.

  1. Grid Paper
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History/Social Studies 11
Voting Rights

Take notes while reading about voting rights in the United States. Use the Research Center to investigate further.

  1. History of Voting in America Timeline
  2. Voting Rights in the United States
  3. When Women Got the Right to Vote: Voting Rights Timeline
  4. Research Center
  5. Lined Paper
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Science 11
Evolution

Take notes while reading more about Charles Darwin. Use the Research Center to investigate further.

  1. Charles Darwin: A Lesson in Character
  2. Charles Darwin and the Terrible, Horrible, No-Good, Very Bad Day
  3. Charles Robert Darwin (1809-1892)
  4. Charles Darwin Biography
  5. Research Center
  6. Lined Paper
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Visual and Performing Arts 11
Art

Draw anything you like using the skills you learned last week using Pixlr Online Editor.

  1. Pixlr Editor
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Physical Education 11
Calisthenics
Do the following exercises and record them in your P.E. Log. First stretch. Then do a minimum of 20 jumping jacks, 5 lunges on each leg, 10 sit ups, and 10 push ups.

  1. P.E. Log
  2. Calisthenics
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