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Monday, August 31

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Thursday, June 11

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    Wednesday, June 10
    After a quick check-in about everyone's Alphabiography progress, we watched an intriguing film about the curse of King Tut. Was there really a curse associated with the opening of King Tut's tomb or were the weird happenings and unexpected deaths just a matter of coincidence? Check out the resource page under King Tut to watch it again! As this was the last Wednesday of the year, we also carved out some time for our last O-WOW! (Outstanding Writing on Wednesday). Specifically, excerpts from various students' compare/contrast essays were shared. These represented some of the many impressive efforts for this assignment.
    Thursday, June 11
    Hopefully a good time was had by all as we brought the year to a close with our last full day of school! Highlights included sharing our favorite Alphabiography entries, receiving feedback for our Compare/Contrast essays, playing a rousing game of Humanities 6 Bingo (which involved ranking the various assignments we have done this year from favorite to least favorite), distributing old papers and projects, and announcing which Nome rulles the Nile. Thank you to everyone for a great last day and a very fun and productive year!

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    If necessary, use homework time tonight to find some additional information to include in your Famous Egyptian Dinner Party skit. You will have about 20 minutes of work and practice time tomorrow before your Nome presents.
    Tuesday, June 9
    Work on your Alphabiography!
    Wednesday, June 10
    Alphabiography due TOMORROW!
    Thursday, June 11
    Enjoy your summer...and read, read, read!
    Friday, June 12
    Did I mention that you should enjoy your summer...and read, read, read?

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Wednesday, June 10

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    Monday, June 8
    This is guaranteed to be a noteworthy week with lots of things coming to an end or being done for the very last time. Beyond weekend details, students were encouraged to share some of their summer plans (including summer reading choices) for today's Weekend Update, our very last of the year! Then we were back on the Nile as Nomes used about an hour of work time to get ready for tomorrow's presentation of their Ancient Egyptian Dinner Party Skits. They will have another 20 minutes tomorrow to put on the finishing touches...and then let the show begin!
    Tuesday, June 9
    Our final sail on the Nile was a good one! After taking a bit of time to rehearse their Famous Egyptian Dinner Party Skits, the performances began. They were incredibly informative, creative, and entertaining. Well done to each of the Nomes for working together so well and putting on such a wonderful show. We celebrated with "dessert" (specifically, the ancient grain of cinnamon rolls) before filling out self-reflections about our involvement in all of the group challenges for our Trip Up The Nile Simulation. Everyone is looking forward to Thursday when the Master Sailors are announced!
    Wednesday, June 10
    After a quick check-in about everyone's Alphabiography progress, we watched an intriguing film about the curse of King Tut. Was there really a curse associated with the opening of King Tut's tomb or were the weird happenings and unexpected deaths just a matter of coincidence? Check out the resource page under King Tut to watch it again! As this was the last Wednesday of the year, we also carved out some time for our last O-WOW! (Outstanding Writing on Wednesday). Specifically, excerpts from various students' compare/contrast essays were shared. These represented some of the many impressive efforts for this assignment.

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