Trusting you had a lovely thanksgiving weekend. Much to be thankful for! I am thankful for this wonderful bunch of students and the joy and laughter shared each day.
* BAND!!!! Don’t forget your instruments after this long weekend!
* Ancient Civilization poster presentations
* BMV – Matthew 22: 37-39 ~ Jesus replied, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: Love your neighbour as yourself.”
* Global Prayer Morning Presentation: Sissi
* Science project due
* Gardom Lake field trip forms DUE
* GRAPES quiz – students will need to be able to recognize examples from each section
This study guide will be sent home on Tuesday:
G.R.A.P.E.S. to help us learn about different ancient civilizations in world history.
Geography: the study of Earth’s physical and cultural features
Examples: environment (living and nonliving things), location (where on the map), climate (weather), landforms (natural features like mountains)
Religion: a set of beliefs which usually includes the worship of one or more divine beings
Examples: Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Ancient Greece, Christianity, Islam
Achievements: a civilization’s inventions and accomplishments that contribute to the advancement of humanity across world history
Examples: Literature, Technology, Mathematics, Inventions, Language, Science and Engineering, Music, Art…
Politics: the process of government and lawmaking in a civilization
Examples: Monarchy (king and queen), Oligarchy (small group of people), Democracy (voting for to be represented), Theocracy (ruled by religious leaders), Tyranny or Dictatorship (uses force to rule)
Economics: the study of the production, selling, and buying of goods and services
Examples: Trade, Services (work or effort), wealth, goods, scarcity (not enough of something)
Society: a group of people living together within a community
Examples: Social hierarchy, social norms, rural (countryside), urban (town or city), division of labour