Agenda: Tuesday, Feb 8, 2011

Quote of the Day:  "Being happy doesn't mean everything is perfect. It mean you've decided to see beyond the imperfections." - Annon.

Learning Targets:
* What is a human right?
* Are human rights important for nations to protect?
* How have human rights shaped World History?

1.  Mr. Duez will discuss dual credit and advanced placement US History for next year.  This will give students a chance to think about it and ask some questions before we go to the counselor next time.
Mr. Gillespie's APUSH and DUAL website
Mr. Scalia's APUSH and DUAL website
2. We will present Human Rights Projects.  Students will go in order from #1-#30.  Students will present this information:
1.  Show the poster and students can try to figure out what it means.  Then explain the human right.
2.  Explain what country you chose to write about and how it manages with this human right.
3.  Explain how the United States does.

Coming up:
Tomorrow we go to the counselors for scheduling.  Bring your course request forms.
We will also finish presenting projects.
Friday we'll begin Chapter 14 - "Absolutism."

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