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Warm-up:
- Warm-up Map

Planners:

- Turn in missing work
- Turn in homework packets
- Quiz over Southeast Asia
- Projects due May 1
- Unit Test May 3

Picture of the day: Singapore

Daily Did you Know: Apart from Monaco, Singapore is the most densely populated country in the world, with 6,430 people per square kilometer.


 
 
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Warm-up:
- Warm-up Map

Planners:
- Turn in missing work
- Special Review Mission
- Finish Prezi/Study Guide
- Homework Packet and Quiz next Tuesday
- Projects due May 1

- Unit Test May 3

Picture of the day: Prambanan, Indonesia

Daily Did you Know: Indonesia is the world's largest archipelago consisting of many thousands of islands. Around six thousand of the islands are inhabited. Also, Indonesia, the world's fourth most populous nation, is 86 percent Muslim—and the largest Islamic country, though it is a secular state.


 
 
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Warm-up:
- Warm-up Map Quiz

Planners:
- Turn in Vocab and Missing Work
- Prezi/Study Guide
- Homework Packet and Quiz over Southeast Asia due on Tuesday

Picture of the day: Chocolate Hills, Philippines

Daily Did you Know:  The country is the “texting capital of the world,” as 350 to 400 million text messages (SMS) are sent daily by 35 million cellular phone users – more than that of the United States and Europe combined.


 
 
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Warm-up:
- Warm-up Map

Planners:
- Turn in missing work

- Southeast Asia Vocab
- End of year questions
- Homework Packet and Quiz next Tuesday

Picture of the day: Bagan Myanmar

Daily Did you Know: The Mekong River, which forms part of Thailand’s eastern border, supports more than 1,300 species of fish. It holds some of the world’s largest freshwater fish, including a giant catfish which can reach nearly 10 feet long and weigh as much as 660 lbs. 


 
 
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Warm-up:
- Warm-up Map

Planners:


- Turn in missing work/homework packet
- Turn in Study Guide for Extra Credit
- Quiz
- Pick up new homework packet

Picture of the day: Kijong tong, North Korea / North Korea Flag Pole 

Daily Did you Know: In North Korea, you can’t turn off the government radio installed in your home, only reduce the volume and many people don’t even know that man has walked on the moon.


 
 
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Warm-up:
- Warm-up Map

Planners:
- Turn in missing
- Finish Japan and Korea Prezi
- Special Review Mission
- HW Packet due Wed
- Quiz Wed.

Picture of the day: Capsule Hotels, Japan

Daily Did you Know: South Koreans believe that people should hide their shoes on the first night of the New Year. Otherwise, a ghost will try one the shoes, and if it finds a pair that it likes, the ghost will take it and the owner of those shoes will have bad luck all year


 
 
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Warm-up:
- Warm-up Map

Planners:

- Turn in Japan and Korea Vocab
- Go over Group Work on test questions
- Japan and Korea Prezi
- Quiz Wed.

Picture of the day: Kyoto Golden Temple

Daily Did you Know: Raised floors help indicate when to take off slippers or shoes. At the entrance to a home in Japan, the floor will usually be raised about 6 inches (15.24 cm.) indicating you should take off your shoes and put on slippers. If the house has a tatami mat room, its floor may be raised 1-2 inches (2.54-5.08 cm.) indicating you should take off your slippers.


 
 
Picture
Warm-up:
- Warm-up Map Quiz

Planners:
- Japan and Korea Vocab
- Group Work on test questions
- Japan and Korea HW  Packet due Wed.
- Quiz Wed.


Picture of the day:  Himeji Castle 

Daily Did you KnowOver 70% of Japan consists of mountains. The country also has over 200 volcanoes 

 
 
Warm-up:
- Warm-up Map

Planners:
- Turn in homework packet
- Quick review for quiz
- China, Mongolia, and Taiwan Quiz
- Pick up Japan and Korea's homework Packet, due next Wednesday


Mr. Kacel had a guest teacher today
 
 
Warm-up:
- Warm-up Map

Planners:
- Special Mission Review
- Review Game
- China Packet and Quiz Thursday
- Homework = STUDY

Picture of the day: Terrace farming

Daily Did you Know: China has the world’s oldest calendar. This lunar calendar originated in 2600 B.C. and has 12 zodiac signs. It takes 60 years to complete

 

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