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Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Tuesday, December 17th, 2013

Dear HA Kids,

I am doing my best to imbed a slide review and the power point used in class into the blog post; however, at this point I am uncertain how to fix the problem. So, I need you to be patient with me. 
  • "Well, the best way to prepare would be to make flashcards for each of the points indicated on your graphic organizer!"
  • Questions #1- 15 involve you responding without any slide identification aspects.
  • Questions #16- 40 involve slide identification
MAKE SURE YOU READ "PYGMALION" and "CUPID AND PSYCHE," as questions will appear on your quest relating to the myths.

If you missed class on Tuesday, then please visit with another student.  I have given you some information below. 

Crampton and Davis

Monday, December 16, 2013

Friday, December 13, 2013

Dear HA Kids,

If you missed class today, we completed the following:

1. We continued playing the ROME GAME! Ms. Davis and I hoped you enjoyed learning the aspects associated with building a Roman city.

2. We then continued discussing POMPEII! This Roman city is so significant, simply because it acted as a TIME CAPSULE. When Mt. Vesuvius erupted in 79 A.D., the city was literally encased in a wall of ash 25 feet deep. The people, art, architecture, and every day aspects associated with life were lost in time, but also preserved.  Please obtain the information discussed in class, with some one that was actually there.

1. Please begin to review for Quest covering Rome on Thursday!
2. Please read "Pygmalian and Gatlatea" pgs.  145-149 for your Quest!
3. Please read "Cupid and Psyche" pgs. 121-134 for your Quest!