Week 3 August 22-26
We have had a great first two weeks so far! We learned all about plant and animal cells and their organelles. We made cells out of clay, created super cells out of objects brought from home, listened to the cell rap, and solved cell riddles and analogies. Now on to social studies!
Learning objectives for the upcoming week:
*I can interpret the sectional differences between the North and the South in economics, transportation, and population.
*I can use primary sources to analyze multiple samples of abolition leaders' writings and their stance on slavery, including: Sojourner Truth, Frederick Douglass, the Grimke sisters, and William Lloyd Garrison.