3.05: A New Kind of War
The Big Ideas
How did new technology change the way war was fought? Trenches gave soldiers some protection from the gunfire of
opposing forces, Poisonous gases such as chlorine and mustard gas posed new threats to soldiers. German
Ocean Zones Lab Report
Instructions: In the Ocean Zones Lab you explored organism adaptations that help them survive
best in a particular habitat and observed how changing some of the factors in the ocean affect
the organisms that live there. Record your
04.05 The Great Depression
The Daughter - My name is Mary Campbell
I have nothing left, the little spark of hope has sunken deeper and deeper in
the pit of my stomach. The little love I have left resides withing me and my
family. The dust bowl has impacte
Research Guide Worksheet
Locate three sources and evaluate their credibility.
Record Your Sources- What are the reasons some people feel certain books
should be banned?
What makes this a credible
Source Title source?
American Library Association
04.08 Polynomial Identities and Proof
I'm going to show you the easiest way to distribute to a polynomial.
1) (x+y)(x+y) = x^2 + 2xy + y^2
2) So now I am going to explain what I had to do to get that answer.
3) You have to distribute that whole thing and
New York Times Argument Analysis Note-taking Guide
Discussion Topic: Pokmon Go? Get Outta Here!
Web Address for the discussion:
First Debater: Kristen Race
Second Debater: Danah Boyd
05.06 War Ends
1. In this lesson, you saw the vast differences in how World War II ended in the
European and Pacific Theaters. Use this knowledge to explain the decision to
use atomic bombs on Japan. For this assignment you will write three welldeveloped
03.05 A New Kind of War
Respond to each of the following questions in a complete paragraph of
your own words. Be sure to include supporting details from this lesson
in your responses.
1. How did the new technologies of WWI affect soldiers fighting on
Directions: Imagine yourself as one of the children in
the liberation photograph. Complete the three
paragraphs as a first-person narrative from his or her
point of view.
Paragraph 1: Why were you persecuted?
Paragraph 2: Where did you g