New project assignment: The Roman Kent Peace Project
Roman Kent Peace Project | Due: February 16th.
Holocaust Survivor Roman Kent talks to youth at the 70th Anniversary of the Liberation of AuschwitzCelebration in 2015.
Inspired by Holocaust Survivor Roman Kent and the Fulbright Japan-US Teacher Exchange on Sustainability. Students are assigned a project to do one thing to make their world a better place.
- Watch Roman Kent's Speech at the 70th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz: "Auschwitz survivor Roman Kent: "We don't want our past to be our children's future"
- Take notes: Write down statements that stand out to you. What is Roman Kent's vision for your future?
- Assignment: How will you fulfill Roman Kent's vision for your future?
- For the next 2 weeks do something to answer the question, help change someone's world. This can be for yourself (Non-violence journal) or for someone else.
- You must have an artifact of your project. Journal, pictures, video, etc.
Book Report Due
Book for Term 3: "When My Name was Keoko" By Linda Sue Park [Due Feb. 1st for double points, Final Due Date: March 1, 2018] - The book can be checked out from the Media Center (Library) and the report is from your English Teacher.
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