Welcome to U.S. History!
~Ms. Dunn's HST302A, 8th Grade History
About Ms. Dunn
I have a little boy named Mason who will be seven on September 8th!
If you need to contact me the best way is via Kmail. Please search for me under "teachers".
Ph: 616-309-1600, ext. 1626.
Ph: (734) 237-8394 (You may call or text me at this number.) If you text me, please let me know it is you!
I cannot wait to meet you all! We are going to have a great school year!
Complete the History Survey below. This will help me get to know you better!
When will we have class?
Starting on September 14th:
We will meet every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday to work through our course together. When you see these lessons on your plan, please attend, as this year attendance is required to provide you the BEST support in this course!!!! Sometimes, I will hold a class for you on Thursdays as you need it. If you see that class on your plan, I made it for you because your scores showed me you needed that specific help.
You will see assignments show up on your daily plan a day before class, and you will need to come to class with your text book pages already read.
Once you get to class, I'll remind you in just a few bullet points what you read, and then we'll be off and running! I plan to create with you a notebook full of information that will help you with your homework, quizzes, and tests.
You will need a few supplies for this required notebook. Before class on September 14th, please have the following items ready for every history class:
• Your history textbook.
• A composition or spiral bound notebook.
• Glue stick OR liquid glue OR glue dots. Tape won't work with our notebooks.
• Crayons OR colored pencils. Markers won't work for our notebooks.
• A pen or already-sharpened pencil
It's important to know that THIS year in history class, you will GET something out of EVERY class. We will make something, or do something, or complete something that will either complete an assignment for you, complete a lesson for you, or help you mark down information you can later use on an assessment. MY GOAL IS TO HAVE EVERY STUDENT LEARN MORE THIS YEAR!!!