7th Grade History

7C:  Typewritten and printed and ready to put into your notebook on page 12:

Write a 3 paragraph essay as follows:
Paragraph 1: Describe an event that you either witnessed or in which were directly involved and that you and one or more other people had different stories or ways of describing the event. For example, perhaps you saw two friends get into an argument and what you believed was happening between these two friends was different from what your other friends or even the two people involved believed.
Paragraph 2:  Describe the different viewpoints of the event.
Paragraph 3:  Explain why you think the stories of this same event were different.
If you cannot think of a real event, you can make up a story.

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Typewritten and printed and ready to put into your notebook on page 12:

Write a 3 paragraph essay as follows:
Paragraph 1: Describe an event that you either witnessed or in which were directly involved and that you and one or more other people had different stories or ways of describing the event. For example, perhaps you saw two friends get into an argument and what you believed was happening between these two friends was different from what your other friends or even the two people involved believed.
Paragraph 2:  Describe the different viewpoints of the event.
Paragraph 3:  Explain why you think the stories of this same event were different.
If you cannot think of a real event, you can make up a story.

Interactive Student Notebook (ISN): Assignment 1: Inside cover page

Your cover page will be a reminder that you are serious about doing your best in class as well as give your ISN some personality!

PART ONE – Informational Content:

The following basic elements should be on your  cover page.  You may place these anywhere on the cover page but they MUST be VISABLE and CLEAR!!! I need to be able to read your name in order to grade your ISN!!!

US History I

{Your Name}

Mrs. Anguilla
2017-18

PART TWO – Visual Content:

Relevant Subject Information      

Flip through your textbook. Explore the internet. Talk with family members about the period in history you are about to study. Then using your knowledge and curiosity, create a cover page with drawn, printed, and/or cut images that represent what you are interested to learn about in history this year. There should be little to no white space on your cover page! Use the whole page – be creative!

Due Date:  Wednesday, September 6, 2017

  1. Return signed ISN contract
  2. Interactive Student Notebook (ISN): Assignment 2

    Your Personal History:

    You will create a personal history, or “All About Me” page, on page 2 of your ISN. This will be a left hand page. To complete your author’s page, follow these instructions:

1. Write your name at the top of the page in a creative way.

2. Paragraph 1: Write facts about you. For example, your full name, where and when you were born, where you live, who the members of your family are, your nickname if you have one, your pets, your hobbies and interests, other facts you would like to share.

3. Paragraph 2: Write about an event or experience in your life that happened prior to this school year and write about it in the first person. You may interview a family member for details of events that happened in your early childhood.

4. Paragraph 3: Explain your hopes and expectations for this year and your dreams for the future — how and where do you see yourself 20 years from now?

Interactive Student Notebook (ISN):

Assignment 1: Inside cover page

Your cover page will be a reminder that you are serious about doing your best in class as well as give your ISN some personality!

PART ONE – Informational Content:

The following basic elements should be on your  cover page.  You may place these anywhere on the cover page but they MUST be VISABLE and CLEAR!!! I need to be able to read your name in order to grade your ISN!!!

Course Name

Your Name

Your Teacher’s Name
2017-18

PART TWO – Visual Content:

Relevant Subject Information      

Flip through your textbook. Explore the internet. Talk with family members about the period in history you are about to study. Then using your knowledge and curiosity, create a cover page with drawn, printed, and/or cut images that represent what you are interested to learn about in history this year. There should be little to no white space on your cover page! Use the whole page – be creative!

Due Date:  Wednesday, September 6, 2017