posted on: February 05, 2007
Quiz Tuesday 5/9 remember spelling counts and there is no word bank.
These are the countries you should know:
GAMBIA SENEGAL MAURITANIA MALI NIGER SIERRA LEONE CAPE VERDE
NIGERIA SAO TOME GHANA GUINEA BURKINA FASO TOGO BENIN COTE d'IVOIRE
LIBERIA GUINEA BISSAU PRINCIPE CHAD CAMEROON EQUATORIAL GUINEA GABON
THERE ARE 23 COUNTRIES IN ALL
posted on: May 08, 2006
Here are a few new online interactive map sites that could help you study:
posted on: May 01, 2006
Only these countries will be on the quiz:
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posted on: December 29, 2005
Students viewed and took notes using a study guide on a Discovery channel video of the events leading up to the decision to drop the atomic bomb (cause/effect)and its destruction. We read first hand accounts from survivors and from General Tibbits, pilot of the Enola Gay.Students will reflect "What would you have done?" as an essay question for the chapter test that was postponed until 10/05/05.
posted on: October 04, 2005
Date(s): Saturday & Sunday, September 24-25, 2005
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Rain or Shine
JapanFest is celebrating its 16th anniversary this year, and the tenth straight year at Stone Mountain Park. JapanFest gives guests the opportunity to experience the discipline and practice of Japanese art, life and business. Activities include demonstrations, performances, hands-on workshops, and exhibitions.
The event is designed to promote a multicultural sharing opportunity and encourage friendship between two richly endowed and diverse cultures.
$5 All Day Admission, Children Under 3 FREE
Stone Mountain Park Vehicle Fee: $8.00 per car (cash only)
For more information, visit the JapanFest web site or call 404-842-0736.
posted on: September 22, 2005