Clark Humanities

Clark Magnet High School     4747 New York Ave.    

La Crescenta, CA 91214     818.248.8324

 
 

Wed., Jan. 10 -- completed map/bar graphs for World War I due

Thurs., Jan. 11 -- have read Ch. 1 in All Quiet on the Western Front

Fri., Jan. 12 -- article of the week; outline of Ch. 11, Secs. 1 and 2 due (in your notes notebook)

Wed., Jan. 17 -- have read Ch. 2 in AQWF (written work also due); history of object writing due for David S., Artashes A., Cynthia M., Sarin T., Michael H., Siyone H., Lucine A.; Ella R., Melanie K., Naomi Z., Matthew H., Elijah C., Allyson M, Paulo D., Tina G., Lucas F.

Thurs., Jan. 18 -- history of object speeches (David S., Artashes A., Cynthia M., Sarin T.; Ella R., Melanie K., Naomi Z., Matthew H., Elijah C.; review vocab. #9

Fri., Jan. 19 -- history of object speeches (Michael H., Siyone H., Lucine A.; Alyson M., Paulo D., Tina G., Lucas F.); have read Ch. 3 in AQWF; vocab. #9 test

 

Welcome to Sophomore Humanities, a course which combines world history and sophomore English. We are now studying World War I, its origins and development. We will also be reading Remarque’s All Quiet on the Western Front while working on a newspaper project.


On-going assignments include:

  1. 1.Article of the Week (new article every other Monday; writing due in spiral ntbk every Friday). See. reminder checklist.


  1. 2.History of Object writing/speech assignment (due various times) -- be sure to submit your typed work to Turnitin.com

Assignments/homework for Jan. 2018