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Bradley Upper School World Geography and Government

November 3

IT IS ELECTION DAY 2020.  WILL IT BE TRUMP OR BIDEN?

 

MRS. BRADLEY’S WORLD GEOGRAPHY AND GOVERNMENT SCHEDULE AND ASSIGNMENTS FOR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2020

 

WELCOME AGAIN TO SECOND MARKING PERIOD!

YOU ARE ATTENDING YOUR WORLD GEOGRAPHY AND GOVERNMENT CLASSES ON A DAILY BASIS.  CLICK ON THE RED MRS. BRADLEY ZOOM CLASS LINK BELOW AT THE START TIME FOR YOUR CLASS.  THERE IS ALSO AN EXTRA HELP AND QUESTIONS TIME SESSION EVERY DAY.

 

YOU WILL ENTER THE “WAITING  ROOM” AND WAIT TO BE ADMITTED IN.  ZOOM CLASSES FOR UPPER SCHOOL SOCIAL STUDIES STARTING OCTOBER 19TH ARE AS FOLLOW:

9:05 – 9:35 – WORLD GEOGRAPHY

12:00 – 12:30 – GOVERNMENT

2:15 – 2:30 – EXTRA HELP AND QUESTIONS

 

I CAN BE REACHED BY TELEPHONE BY CALLING THE MAIN OFFICE ( 954-485-7500 ) BETWEEN 3:15 – 3:45 EACH SCHOOL DAY.

 

IF YOU ARE IN THE WORLD GEOGRAPHY CLASS, SEND YOUR WORK FROM YOUR SCHOOL EMAIL TO WORLDGEOGRAPHY@FLPS.COM

IF YOU ARE IN THE GOVERNMENT CLASS, SEND YOUR WORK FROM YOUR SCHOOL EMAIL TO GOVERNMENT@FLPS.COM

 

DID YOU KNOW?  BY ORDER OF CONGRESS, ELECTION DAY IS THE FIRST TUESDAY AFTER THE FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER.  FOR EXTRA POINTS:  WHAT PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE IN 1848 COULD NOT VOTE FOR HIMSELF BECAUSE HE DID NOT REGISTER?  HOWEVER, IN SPITE OF THAT, HE DID WIN.

 

DAILY ASSIGNMENTS ARE DUE BEFORE THE BEGINNING OF THE NEXT CLASS.

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WORLD GEOGRAPHY ASSIGNMENT FOR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2020

 

WE SPENT FIRST MARKING PERIOD STUDYING CHAPTER 1, HOW GEOGRAPHERS LOOK AT THE WORLD, IN OUR TEXTBOOK.  WE LEARNED ABOUT THE GEOGRAPHER AND THE CARTOGRAPHER.  WE HAVE ALSO ENHANCED OUR MAP SKILLS AND OUR GRAPHING SKILLS.

THEN, WE STUDIED CHAPTER 2, LOOKING AT THE EARTH, IN OUR TEXTBOOK.  WE LEARNED ABOUT THE NATURE AND STRUCTURE OF THE EARTH AND THE FORCES THAT AFFECT THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH , THE SETTING FOR HUMAN LIFE.

WE ARE NOW STUDYING CHAPTER 3, CLIMATES OF THE EARTH.  WE ARE LEARNING WHY CLIMATE IS A SIGNIFICANT FACTOR IN DESCRIBING THE GEOGRAPHY OF PLACES ON THE EARTH. 

WE HAVE FINISHED CHAPTER 3, SECTION 1,  EARTH-SUN RELATIONSHIPS  AND SECTION 2,  FACTORS AFFECTING CLIMATE.  WE HAVE ALMOST FINISHED SECTION 3, WORLD CLIMATE PATTERNS.

 

YOUR ASSIGNMENT FOR TODAY IS AS FOLLOWSFIRST, READ IN THE TEXTBOOK, PAGE 59, HIGHLIGHTS OF CHAPTER 3.  THEN, ON PAGE 60, ANSWER REVIEWING THE FACTS, SECTION 3, QUESTIONS #’S 17 AND 18 IN COMPLETE SENTENCES FOR FULL CREDIT.  FINALLY, ANSWER IN COMPLETE SENTENCES FOR FULL CREDIT, CRITICAL THINKING, QUESTIONS #’S 19, 20. AND 21.  THAT IS A TOTAL OF 5 SHORT ESSAY QUESTIONS TO ANSWER.

 

DON’T FORGET YOUR COMPLETE FLP HEADING.

 

 

GOVERNMENT ASSIGNMENT FOR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2020

 

WE HAVE COMPLETED CHAPTER 1 IN THE TEXTBOOK, BEGINNINGS OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT.  AS PART OF OUR SOCIAL STUDIES EXPERIENCE, WE HAVE ALSO ENHANCED OUR MAP SKILLS.

OUR GROUPS, THE SENATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, HAVE COMPLETED CHAPTER 2, CREATION OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT, IN OUR TEXTBOOK.  IN THAT CHAPTER, WE LEARNED THAT AFTER THE AMERICANS DEFEATED THE BRITISH IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, THEY HAD ANOTHER BIG CHALLENGE.  HOW WOULD THE COUNTRY BE GOVERNED?  CHAPTER 2 DISCUSSED THE CREATION OF THE CONSTITUTION.

WE CURRENTLY ARE IN THE MIDDLE OF A CAREFUL STUDY OF CHAPTER 3, A LOOK AT THE CONSTITUTION.  WE ARE LEARNING ABOUT THE INDIVIDUAL PARTS OF THE CONSTITUTION.

 

TODAY’S ASSIGNMENT IS AS FOLLOWS:

 

BOTH THE SENATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES MUST BE PREPARED TODAY TO ANSWER INDIVIDUAL QUESTIONS IN CLASS ABOUT THE CONSTITUTION AND THE AMENDMENTS.

 

SENATE FIRST, READ IN THE TEXTBOOK, PAGES 62 THROUGH 65, LESSON 6,  AMENDMENTS SIXTEEN THROUGH TWENTY-SEVENTHEN, ON PAGE 64, DO THE LESSON 6 REVIEW BY ANSWERING QUESTIONS 1 – 5 IN COMPLETE SENTENCES.  NEXT, ANSWER IN COMPLETE SENTENCES, WHAT DO YOU THINK QUESTIONS #’S 6 AND 7.  REMEMBER, ONLY COMPLETE SENTENCES WILL GET YOU FULL CREDIT. 

 

DON’T FORGET YOUR COMPLETE FLP HEADING.

 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES – READ IN THE TEXTBOOK, PAGES 62 THROUGH 65, LESSON 6,  AMENDMENTS SIXTEEN THROUGH TWENTY-SEVEN.  THEN, ON PAGE 64, ANSWER IN THE LESSON 6 REVIEW,  QUESTIONS #’S 1, 2, 3, 4, AND 5 IN COMPLETE SENTENCES FOR FULL CREDIT. 

 

DON’T FORGET YOUR COMPLETE FLP HEADING.

 

 

JUST A REMINDER HOW THE CLASS IS DIVIDED INTO ITS TWO GROUPS…

GROUP 100      THE SENATE                                          GROUP 435           THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

BURRIS, I                                                                          BARBIEUX, F                        ADAMS, D

EUGENE, S                                                                       DESTEL, T                            WHITE, J

FOX, K                                                                              FISHER, K

JOHNSON, J

KELLEM, S                                                                       LYONS, E

LEWIS, M                                                                         MCLYMONT, A

MARSDIN, M                                                                   MCLYMONT, MEG

MERCHANT, M                                                                MCLYMONT, MORGAN

MONDESIR, L                                                                  PRINGLE, A

MOREAU, M                                                                    RICHARDS, B

RAINER, R                                                                       ROMAGE, H

SAINTIL, C                                                                       TOUSSAINT, V

 

MRS. BRADLEY ZOOM CLASS

 

 

 

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MS.  DERICO’S – BASIC ENGLISH – 9:40 – 10:10 – ASSIGNMENT FOR NOVEMBER 2, 2020

FOR TODAY ONLY EMAIL YOUR ASSIGNMENT TO bradley@flps.com

USE ANY INTERNET DICTIONARY (FOR EXAMPLE, DICTIONARY,COM) TO LOOK UP THE DEFINITIONS FOR DENOTATION AND CONNOTATION.  THEN, WRITE THOSE DEFINITIONS UNDER THE NOTES YOU TOOK IN CLASS WITH ME (MRS. BRADLEY). NEXT, LIST TEN (10) WORDS AND WRITE THE DENOTATION AND CONNOTATION OF EACH.  THEY CAN BE HAPPY WORDS OR UNHAPPY WORDS.  THINK OF WHAT WE DID IN CLASS.   HERE IS AN EXAMPLE BELOW:

WORD                                        DENOTATION  (LITERAL MEANING)                                      CONNOTATION

1.DARK                                         ABSENCE OF LIGHT                                                        GLOOMY, SCARY

 

 

 

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