We continued watching "Schindler's List" today. We should be able to finish this film tomorrow.
I did a homework check on the Chapter 10 Key Terms today. We were in Room 241 to work on debate preparation today. The topic "BIRT the 21st century will belong to China" was debated at the Munk Debates. Please have a look at their website: https://www.munkdebates.com/The-Debates/China (scroll down to find video from the debate).
On Tuesday, April 17th, you will be writing the Unit 2 Final Exam. You can find the study guide below.
SOCIAL 10-1 UNIT 2 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE:
This final exam is entirely multiple choice format. There are 57 multiple choice questions. This Unit 2 Final Exam will be on Tuesday, April 17th. Please make sure that you study your key terms from Unit 2 (Chapters 6-9), as well as the three PowerPoint presentations from this unit:
Key Concepts from Unit 2:
We watched Episode 6 of "Eyes on the Prize" today, so the questions are due tomorrow. Please make sure that you're working on your Google Docs group on your Paper 3 essay questions prep. Prep on the first question is due tomorrow. On April 17th you'll be writing Civil Rights Movement Test you can find the study guide below.
U.S. Civil Rights Movement Test Study Guide:This test has multiple formats: there is a matching section, a short answer section and 25 multiple choice questions. You will have the entire class period to write it.study the "Civil Rights Movement" PowerPoint (you can find an electronic copy on the IB 30/35 wiki Civil Rights and Social Movements in the Americas).
- know key individuals in the U.S. Civil Rights Movement (Martin Luther King, James Farmer, John Lewis, Malcolm X, Stokely Carmichael, etc.)
- know key organizations in the movement (NAACP, SCLC, SNCC, CORE, Black Panthers, Nation of Islam, and key players)
- know key events of the civil rights movement (chronology/sequence of events)
- know federal government responses to the civil rights movement from the Truman administration to the Johnson administration