Dominion Preparatory Academy
Daily Assignment Sheet
Teacher: Lecklider Date Assigned: May 19th
Class: History Date Due: May 24th
Tuesday: Readthe article about Navajo Code Breakers that has been emailed to your parents. Give your parents a narration of what you remember. This information will serve as background information for Thursday’s code breaking lesson. Bring your history notebook to class for grading on Thursday.
Wednesday: Review the Latin root words that have been emailed to your family. You will have a test in class on Thursday. 5th Graders should be able to tell the meanings of at least 35 Latin root words. 6th Graders should know the meanings of at least 40 Latin root words and be able to give an example for each root word.
Wednesday: In class on Thursday (5/22) students reviewed for the test over World War II. Students may further prepare for this test by reviewing their worksheets about resistance movements, battles, and significant figures in World War II. 5th graders should be prepared to tell about the topic they presented in class for each of the above categories as well as one additional from each category. 6th graders should be prepared to tell about the topic they presented in class for each of the above categories as well as two additional from each category. There will also be questions about topics discussed in class or assigned as homework such as Iwo Jima, Mitsuo Fuchida, Jake DeShazer, Chiune Sugihara, Raoul Wallenberg.
Dutch resistance movement Kreisau Circle Edelweiss Pirates
Polish resistance French resistance Danish Resistance
Maquis (French) Italian resistance The Home Army
Battle of Dunkirk Operation Barbarossa
Pearl Harbor Battle of Midway
Operation Husky Siege (also called Battle) of Stanlingrad
D-Day Invasion Battle of the Bulge
Battle of Iwo Jima Siege (also called Battle) of Budapest
Benito Mussolini Winston Churchill
Franklin Roosevelt Emperor Hirohito
General Patton Erwin Rommel
Dwight Eisenhower Corrie Ten Boom
Isoruku Yamamoto Erwin Rommel
To Bring to Class: History book & notebook, homework assignments, and colored pencils.