CITIZENSHIPInstructor: Nichols, M.
September Introduction to Civics: Students learn what the expectations for this course are. With this being an election year, projects through November will focus on the democratic process. The month of September will be devoted to a "Wanted" presentation and attempting to finalize the students senior projects. All senior project information is available on the senior exhibition tab on the WHS website. WANTED!-Students are asked to organize their thoughts and present information about themselves that they want the class to know. The presentation must fall within 3-5 minutes, include historical connections, and must include some form of a visual. This presentation is used for baseline data to help track student’s growth throughout the year. October The 2016 Presidential Election - details to follow November Continue election process December and January 2016 - 2017 Students complete the GenGap assignment. 8-12 minute presentation must have article based on subject matter must show learning stretch must have interview with another generation(s) on day on presentation - hand in rubric with outline and article attached. example of proper article : http://www.fdu.edu/newspubs/magazine/05ws/generations.htm Good Luck! ATTENTION ALL SENIORS: Moving forward all seniors need to be aware of the following schedule between today 11/24 – 1/20. December 24- January 3 – Christmas Vacation January 4 – 5 Work Period January 6 - 8 Website Presentations (MT) January 11 – 15 Website Presentations (MT) January 18 Martin Luther King (Off) January 19-21 Website Presentations The above concepts and dates will be accompanied with specific directions. All students need to be present for the Mid-Term dates