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Daily Paragraph #1
http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/pearl-harbor/videos &
http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/world-war-ii-history/videos/uss-arizona-under-attack-at-pearl-harbor &
http://www.history.com/topics/9-11-attacks &
What happened on September 11, 2001? Expain the events of that morning.Who was responsible for the attacks? What effect did these attacks have on our country?

Daily Paragraph #2
Summarize The Necklace in at least 5 sentences. Who is the protagonist and what type of life was she born into? What does she borrow from her friend and why does she borrow it? What happens to the item that changes her life for the next decade? What does the protagonist do to resolve the situation? Explain the ironic twist at the end of the story.

Daily Paragraph #3
What is your initial of these studying tips? According to the video, what is an excellent memory reinforcement tool? Why is staying up too late a flawed study plan? Do you think you would do better if you were told that you had to take a test on something or if you were told you would have to teach it to others? Why? How should you prepare to study (hint: what should you have with you, where should it be and when should it be)? What should you do with your phone when you are sitting down to study?

Daily Paragraph #4
Summarize The Sniper in at least 5 sentences. Who is the protagonist and what is he doing? How do we know he is not an experienced soldier? How do the varios people get killed in the story? Explain the ironic twist at the end of the story. What do you think happens next (what would happen in a sequel)?

Grading Rubric
1 point
Assignment has been completed in a thoughtful and sophisticated manner.
1/2 point
Question has not been fully answered, only partially addressed or not long enough to convey a complete answer.
0 points
Question has not been answered, answer demonstrates little or no thought and effort is minimal.

Any questions or concerns should be discussed with Mr. McCluskey no later than three class meetings after assignment has been returned to students.
Mr. McCluskey wants you to earn the most possible points and wants you to ask questions about why points may have been deducted.