Agenda 1/19/2018

Bell work:  Log into your Office365 account.  Retrieve your IA Notebook and turn to page 84.  Put an X through the whole rubric; you are getting a new one.  Locate your Peer Edit Sheet.

Homework:  PowerPoint Essay is due on Monday.  Work on your slides tonight and this weekend as well as practice your presentation.  A good portion of your grade is in your project’s presentation.  View Abolitionist Movement Rubrichere.  Example Abraham Lincolnis here.

Classwork:

  • Review updated rubric

  • If you haven’t already- —SHARE PP Essay (right now) with CJSchroy  Now, you do not have to remember to share it again.

  • Work on slides following updated rubric

  • Work on presentation aspect and how you will address the class

 

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Agenda 1/18/2018

Bell work:  Log into your Office365 account.  Retrieve your IA Notebook and turn to page 84.  Put an X through the whole rubric; you are getting a new one.

Homework:  PowerPoint Essay is due on Monday.  Work on your slides tonight as well as practice your presentation.  A good portion of your grade is in your project’s presentation.  View Abolitionist Movement Rubrichere.  Example Abraham Lincoln is here.

Classwork:

  • Review updated rubric

  • SHARE PP Essay (right now) with CJSchroy  Now, you do not have to remember to share it again.

  • Work on slides following updated rubric

  • Work on presentation aspect and how you will address the class

 

Agenda 1/17/2018

Bell work:  Realize your IA Notebook, turn to page 87, title the page Class Spelling Bee, and number your paper 1-10.  You may skip lines if you would like.

Homework:  Past due- complete re-write of your abolitionist paragraph (page 86).  Research pictures, illustrations, graphics, and dump them into the Office365 file you created today.  Racing to Read Bookmarks are due to my by 1/26/2018.

Classwork:

  1.  Spell the 10 spelling words to the best of your ability.  This is a participation grade.

  2.  Trade and grade these words to determine a classroom winner.

  3. Realize a computer- be sure to match your computer’s number to your desk number.

  • Log into Vportal

  • Rent Office365

  • Create a New File

  • Name the new file, Abolitionist PowerPoint Essay

  • Create Title Slide following the Abolitionist Movement Rubric on page 84

  • Work on format, color, etc as time permits

Agenda 1/16/2018

Bell work:  Wrangle a PEER EDIT sheet and INFORMATIONAL RUBRIC from the tray by the door.  Corral your IA Notebook and turn to page 85.  Read over the rubric focusing on the scores of 3 and 4 in both categories.

Homework:  Finish re-write of your paragraph getting it ready for grading.  Spelling bee is tomorrow.  Words are in your IA Notebook.

Class work:

  1.  Study the summaries of both scores- 3 and 4- in both categories.

  2. Locate 2-3 words which will produce a score of 3 or 4 and circle them

  3. Be prepared to explain why you chose those words

  4. Write your name on the green paper you retrieved by the door.

  5. You will be randomly partnered with a classmate.  Read their paragraph on page 85.

  6. Complete the peer edit sheet with as much detail as possible.  Your efforts will be graded.

  7. Justify the score you gave the paragraph with details directly from the rubric.

  8. Using the details and score provided by your peer editor, copy over or re-write your paragraph onto page 86.  This is the paragraph which will be graded by Schroyer.

Agenda 1/12/2018

 

Bell work:  Corral your IA notebook and turn to page 85.  Begin developing a full paragraph for ONE of your three reasons/ topics which support Why does your abolitionist deserve to be in the Hall of Fame? 

Homework: Bring in your used books to exchange them at the Book Carnval.  Research tonight if you require more information or are behind due to absences.  Begin collecting visuals for your PP.   Spelling bee is Wednesday of next week.  Page 77 if you want to study.  This will be a participation grade.

Classwork:

  •  obtain a completion grade on pages 82-83 if you did not get one yesterday (absent) or got less than 100%

  • Select one (of your three topics/ reasons) ideas and develop it into a paragraph

  • Write this paragraph on page 85

  • Use RACE

  • Use one word creatively- circle it

  • compare and share information/ begin formulating ideas for your three paragraphs (as if you were writing the essay).  What would be the three best topics on which to write?  Discuss, create, suppose, design, and compose any and all of those paragraphs on page 85.

Agenda 1/11/2018

 

Bell work:  Retrieve your IA notebook and turn to page 82-83.   Abolitionist Research Template   is here.  Glue rubric to page 84.  Add these notations- you MUST use a minimum of 3 sources.  You should not have most of your research from just one website.

Homework:  Research tonight if you are behind.  Begin collecting visuals for your PP.   Spelling bee is Wednesday of next week.  Page 77 if you want to study.  This will be a participation grade.  Optional short stories for the school writing contest are due to me via Office365.

Classwork:

  •  obtain a completion grade on pages 82-83

  • locate the person who has the same abolitionist as you.  Form a partnership for today; this is not a partner project!

  • compare and share information/ begin formulating ideas for your three paragraphs (as if you were writing the essay).  What would be the three best topics on which to write?  Discuss, create, suppose, design, and compose any and all of those paragraphs on page 85.

  • biography.com/

  • http://nbhistoricalsociety.org

  • blackpast.org/

  • history.com/

  • revolvy.com

  • Geni.com

  • africanamericanregistry.org

  • encyclopedia.com

  • womenshistory.org

  1. SURE TO CITE YOUR WORK—NO AUTHOR?  USE THIS:  https://aus.libguides.com/apa/apa-no-author-date

  2. Basically….

  3. If there is no author, the article title comes first.

  4. If there is no date, use the abbreviation n.d.

  5. It is no longer necessary to include the date of retrieval.

Agenda 1/10/2018

 

Bell work:  Corral your IA notebook and turn to page 82-83.   Abolitionist Research Template   is here.

Homework:  Complete your research tonight to be prepared for tomorrow’s  class.  Spelling bee is Wednesday of next week.  Page 77 if you want to study.  This will be a participation grade.  Optional short stories for the school writing contest are due to me via Office365.

Classwork:

  1. Realize the name of the abolitionist you will be researching, creating a PP essay on, and presenting to the class.

  2. Begin with this website http://www.nationalabolitionhalloffameandmuseum.org/resources.html/

  3. http://nbhistoricalsociety.org/

  4. biography.com/

  5. blackpast.org/

  6. history.com/

  7. revolvy.com

  8. Geni.com

  9. africanamericanregistry.org

  10. encyclopedia.com

  11. womenshistory.org

  12. SURE TO CITE YOUR WORK—NO AUTHOR?  USE THIS:  https://aus.libguides.com/apa/apa-no-author-date

  13. Basically….

  14. If there is no author, the article title comes first.

  15. If there is no date, use the abbreviation n.d.

  16. It is no longer necessary to include the date of retrieval.