As it was mentioned by many erudite parents at Back to school night, it is not clear the email I wish you to use in contacting me.
Agreeing to this position, I write here the email address that I request you use to contact me:
As I stated in my green sheets, I do not respond to inquiries sent through School Loop. I will not respond to them. Please use the above email when contacting me about your child.
Mr. Rafael C. Rojas Jr.
Teacher, Social Studies, American High School
Textbooks used for this class.
The textbook used by the instructor is available below in digital form by selecting the link. It will take you to a website of the textbook we used in class. It is also the textbook used to answer the worksheets I assigned as homework in this class.
Another website for a textbook used by the district (but not in my class) is the following:
This second resource can be used to gather further information should the preceding textbook is insufficient in providing the necessary information for the student.
Finally, should you request an actual textbook for your child, I have several here at the school that I can check out to your child. Just have them talk to me and I will gladly give them one.
With communication and understanding, we can succeed in educating your child on the topic of US history.
Here are the links for the project that we will do this week.
One is the instructions, the other is the rubric.
Here is the vocab for the next unit. Get ahead of everyone and start researching!!! Due date will be posted later!!!
Look over these rubrics. It will determine your grade for your project on Africa.
For those of you who did not or were not here in class, the slides are here for your research and notebooks.
You may need to ask a fellow classmate for follow up information.
As promised here is the rubric for your project.
Here is the vocab for the 1920s. You can start on it today!!! It will be due in two weeks, November 2 on TEST DAY!!!!