Wil Jimeno and John McLouglin are the most well known due to their story being told in the Oliver Stone movie, World Trade Center. They were the 18th and 19th survivors pulled from the rubble. Genelle Guzman was the 20th. She was rescued the next day, twenty-one hours after the collapse of the North Tower.
The identity of one survivor, who walked out of the rubble, is still unknown.
You have selected a topic in class. In the new book, go to the chapter and page number with your topic. That will give you a general description of your topic.
Using that text and at least one other outside source, your task is to create a blog post (with at least two pictures) that you will present to the class. Click here to see the topics for each class. Please be sure to read and understand the grading rubric before you present.
Each item is worth 6 points – including turning in the your rubric before you present. (Being on time is worth double, 12 points.) Congratulations on completing your last assignment and your U.S. History requirement.
1st period – click here to see your topics
2nd period – click here to see your topics
3rd period – click here to see your topics
4th period – click here to see your topics
6th period – click here to see your topics
7th period – click here to see your topics
A couple of interesting links to help understand the man, the movie & the profound effect this story had on history and our current situation in the Af-Pak region (Afghanistan-Pakistan).
You get read the plot summary here.
PBS documentary picking up at the end of the Soviet/Afghan war:
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For today’s kickoff, you’ll write a brief story about what it might have been like to be part of the Selma to Montgomery Civil Rights marches of 1965. Imagine you are part of this march. Write 100+ words about the experience of these activists. Add a relevant photo (or one of the photos below) to your blog post.
Until further notice – we’ll be working out with the girls team.
Click this link for their schedule:
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For all your running resources, please see: www.manateetrack.com
Calendar of events and practices.
(for best viewing. click on “agenda” on the top left of the calendar)
Look in Chapter 20, Section 3 (pg. 685-687). Give a brief description of these important programs of Pres. Lyndon Johnson’s “Great Society”:
1. Elementary & Secondary Education Act of 1964 -
2. Civil Rights Act of 1964 -
3. Medicare -
4. Medicaid -
5. Voting Rights Act of 1965 -
6. Immigration Act of 1965 -
150+ of your own words. Add a relevant photo.
US History practice EOC 2014 – click here to download a copy of the practice test.
After you download, save a copy to your laptop. (Move your cursor to the bottom right of the screen, you’ll see a small menu of icons appear. The “save” icon – looks like a square computer disk – is the 2nd from the right on school laptops.)
Part 1 is #1-18 (pages 1-5 on the pdf) – click here for a copy of answer sheet 1.
Part 2 is #19-34 (pages 6-10 on the pdf) – click here for a copy of answer sheet 2.
Part 3 is #35-54 (pages 11-15 on the pdf) – click here for a copy of answer sheet 3.
If you can score 60% of higher on any section, you’re ready for the real test. You can attempt each part multiple times. This is not a graded assignment… yet. Its just practice to get you familiar with what to expect.