Classwork and Homework for May 4-8, 2020

There are some new items here. One new item for U.S. History is that the Supreme Court began hearing arguments remotely, and they’ve opened the arguments and their questioning to the public. You can access the arguments and listen to them in real time.
Literature:
___By 5/8: Read 250 pages (or double -page equivalent)
___Meet on Literature Circle Meeting days and post written responses in OneNote
      5/6 or other date and time to plan project for In My Father’s House
      5/7 at 9:30: The Red Badge of Courage
      5/8 at 10:00: Rifles for Watie
___5/8 at 9:30: Large group discussion:  Beginning of alphabet
___5/8 by 3:30:Letter or Poster: end of alphabet: post in OneNote
Language Arts:
___Due 5/5 Latin II Vocabulary Lesson 15 C&D
___Due 5/7 Latin II Vocabulary Lesson 16 B only (A is extra credit)
___Due 5/8 Khan Academy
         Video: The Oxford Comma
         Quiz: Punctuation:  Introduction to commas, commas in space and time, and more ways to use commas
Religion:
___Past Due: Read aloud of completed ABC book to Kindergarten buddy post  in Seesaw (either video record in two sections or film via phone and upload to YouTube and link to Seesaw)
___May 6 drop-off: Send completed ABC book to School
U.S. History:
___Due 5/8: Current Event: with Federalist v. Anti-Federalist tie-in
___Due May 8-May 15: Synopsis or impression of Supreme Court arguments broadcast live (the arguments take place between about 7-8:15 AM Pacific Time)
___Due 5/6: Fifty page biography book  of ancestor completed and brought to 5/6 drop-off if you did not submit the 2500 word text by May 4 (today)
___Due May 20 (for those who submitted the 2500 word text of biography by May 4): Fifty page biography due at May 20 drop-off