Wednesday, (Marks are due Thursday!)

Guess what crew,
Today I start planning our VC with Felix!
How exciting hey! I will keep you posted as things unfold.
I spent HOURS marking tonight. You will have update marks on Thursday morning.

ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Start collecting items for the Mustard Seed Soup Kitchen on December 6.
Anyone interested in hanging out at NewCap?
Anyone interested in a spend a day capturing a field of their interest?

English 20:
To Kill A Mockingbird,
You are to have read Chapter 8 tonight.
Lets Recap:

Summary: Chapter 8
Maycomb endures a real winter!
Jem and Scout haul as much snow as they could from Miss Maudie’s yard to their own.
There is not enough snow to make a real snowman, they build a small figure out of dirt and cover it with snow. They make it look like Mr. Avery.

That night, Atticus wakes Scout and helps her put on her bathrobe and coat and goes outside with her and Jem. Miss Maudie’s house is on fire.
Miss Maudie’s house burns to the ground. In the confusion, someone drapes a blanket over Scout. When Atticus later asks her about it, she has no idea who put it over her. Jem realizes that Boo Radley put it on her, and he reveals the whole story of the knothole, the presents, and the mended pants to Atticus.
Atticus tells them to keep it to themselves, and Scout, realizing that Boo was just behind her, nearly throws up.

Despite having lost her house, Miss Maudie is cheerful the next day. She tells the children how much she hated her old home and that she is already planning to build a smaller house and plant a larger garden. She says that she wishes she had been there when Boo put the blanket on Scout to catch him in the act.

Analysis: Chapters 7–8

Originally portrayed as a freak and a lunatic, Boo Radley continues to gain the sympathy of the children in these chapters. Lee uses an elliptical technique in telling Boo’s story—she hints and implies at what is happening without ever showing the reader directly. The reader must read between the lines—inferring, for instance, that it was Boo Radley who mended Jem’s pants and placed the presents in the tree, since Scout does not realize that Boo’s hand is at work until Jem explains things to Atticus after the fire.

In comparison to Scout’s still very childish perspective, Jem’s more mature understanding of the world is evident here, along with his strong sense of justice.

The implicit comparison between Boo’s soap figures and Jem and Scout’s snowman reveals the difference in how each party interacts with others. Whereas Boo carves his figures out of a desire to connect with the two kids, Jem and Scout craft their snowman out of a dislike for Mr. Avery. Further, Boo doesn’t make his carvings for himself; rather, he offers them as presents. Jem and Scout, on the other hand, make the snowman purely for their own enjoyment. Boo interacts with others on their terms, while the children, not yet mature, interact with others on their own terms.

The unseasonable snow and the fire at Miss Maudie’s, as well as the later appearance of a mad dog, can be seen as contributing to a sense of supernatural foreboding leading up to the injustice that pervades Tom Robinson’s trial. This interpretation, however, is balanced by the fact that both the snow and the fire bring out the best in people—school is canceled, Scout and Jem build a fine snowman, the neighbors help save Miss Maudie’s belongings, and Miss Maudie perseveres after her house is destroyed. Even when she sees her prize flowers ruined, the brave old woman does not despair; instead, she offers a cheerful comment about wanting a smaller house and a larger garden.

Do the quiz found HERE! It is at the bottom of the page!

Watch a few minutes of: TKAM (Get a feel for the novel/era/characters.)

Read Chapter 9 together.
Chapter 10 and 11 will be due for tonight.
As well you will be expected to have the questions due.

Social Studies 20:
Lets do some target review!
Pull out those target books.
What have we covered/What do we still need to cover.
Take a few minutes checking off the things you feel you are comfortable with.
We will be having a HUMAN RIGHTS test NEXT WEEK.

QUICK CAP:
What was the Weimer Republic?

The Weimar Republic  is the name given by historians to the federal republic and parliamentary representative democracy established in 1919 in Germany to replace the imperial form of government. It was named after Weimar, the city where the constitutional assembly took place.

Following World War I, the republic emerged from the German Revolution in November 1918. In 1919, a national assembly was convened in Weimar, where a new constitution for the German Reich was written, then adopted on 11 August of that same year. The ensuing period of liberal democracy lapsed in the early 1930s, leading to the ascent of the nascent Nazi Party and Adolf Hitler in 1933. The legal measures taken by the Nazi government in February and March 1933, commonly known asGleichschaltung (“coordination”) meant that the government could legislate contrary to the constitution. The republic nominally continued to exist until 1945, as the constitution was never formally repealed. However, the measures taken by the Nazis in the early part of their rule rendered the constitution irrelevant. Thus, 1933 is usually seen as the end of the Weimar Republic and the beginning of Hitler’sThird Reich.

In its 14 years the Weimar Republic faced numerous problems, including hyperinflation, political extremists (with paramilitaries – both left and right wing), and hostility from the victors of World War I, who tried twice to restructure Germany’s reparations payments through the Dawes Plan and the Young Plan. However, it overcame many of the requirements of the Treaty of Versailles (Germany eventually repaid a reduced amount of the reparations required of the treaty, with the last payment being made on 3 October 2010),[3] reformed the currency, and unified tax politics and the railway system, as well as having a unique cultural impact with its art, music and cinema. Germany continued to lead the world in science and technology during this period.

What is the New Order?
The New Order was was the political order which Nazi Germany wanted to impose on Europe, and eventually the rest of the world. The establishment of the New Order was already begun long before the start of World War II, but was publicly proclaimed by Adolf Hitler in 1941.

WIKI

What is Hitlers Final Solution? JIGSAW ACTIVITY
Eric/JP
THE FINAL SOLUTION PROCESS: A Daily Job/Task for the Nazis
HOW THEY DIED

Rayna/Delaney
AN ANALYSIS OF THE FINAL SOLUTION
FORTUNATELY THE SYSTEM HAD PROBLEMS

Ashton/Neil
THE FINAL SOLUTION AS SUCCESS AND FAILURE

Simone/Sandy/Melissa
THE FOUR MAJOR STAGES OF THE FINAL SOLUTION

Spencer/Rhett/Selina
SUCCESS AND FAILURE – STRATEGIC AND ECONOMIC QUESTIONS

Dan/Patrick/Ryan
HITLER’S TWO WARS

Jordan/Ellie
(You guys will research on your own.)
FINAL: End of World War II
You guys will summarize:
The bombing on Nagasaki and Hiroshima and the Soviet Invasion and Hitler’s suicide.
Who surrendered?

NEW SUBUNIT:
Who is Ghandi?
“Be the Change you with to see in the World?”
-CHALLENGE DAYS?
GHANDI:
Open up a WordPress post.
Sit back- relax and lets learn a little about GHANDI!

Photography 20/Media Studies 20:
How are Photo’s of a Day coming?
Please get these up and posted as soon as possible.
If you don’t stay up to date on this you will really start to fall behind.
Is your portrait posted? Please do so if it isn’t. This is being marked today!
Capturing EMOTION.
You will have 30 minutes to capture as many EMOTIONS as possible.
You cannot use the same person more than twice.
There will be a time limit!!!
Photoshop these as you need.
These must be posted to your WordPress.
THEN- put your headphones….
Please watch the following LINK/VIDEO to begin deepening your understanding of Photoshop.
Photoshop and work as you listen and learn. (This is homework- WATCH IT TONIGHT!)

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