Agenda: Wed/Thu Oct. 27 and 28, 2010

October 27th is a big day for me.  It's my son's 6th birthday!

Quote of the Day:  "I will either find a way or make one." - Hannibal
The statue of Hannibal shows him leaning on the staff of Rome - SPQR
Learning Targets:
Rome never became a democracy, but it did develop universal standards of justice that have influenced many societies. 
Over several centuries, Rome brought most of Italy under its control. It then confronted its main rival in the Mediterranean, Carthage. In the Third Punic War, Rome finally defeated Carthage. By the end of the war, Rome dominated the Mediterranean Sea.

1.  Quiz Chapter 5 - 20 min.  We will correct it in class so that you will know immediately how well you did.  You can reassess this quiz through next Thursday in tutoring.
2.  Also collect homework for Chapter 5.
3.  Students will use the rubric for the World Leader Project and self assess their own papers.  This should take between 15 and 20 minutes.
5.  Computer lab to complete survey - if enough time remains.

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