Agenda 9/18/2018

Homework:  Printouts with signatures are due.  Reading starts again- 2.5 hours with a summary by next Tuesday.  Extra help is in the morning at 8:25 or any WT- ask for a pass.

Bell work:  Signed printouts go into tray in back of the room.

  • Turn to page 37 in your IA Notebook and draw a plot diagram.  See page 17 for an example.

  • Copy this Giggle Sentence onto page 98.  You must begin a new page.

to hide his admiration of felicia william waggish makes a tastelss but funny joke about girls.  noone listened and everyone turned their head in alessandras direction to here her stoyr.  they too were used too williams lame poems vapid jokes and friendly barbs

  • Add your name and today’s date to the top of the page for a heading.

Classwork:

  1. Turn to page 211 and read along as we listen to Marigolds.

  2. Page 36- Draw a blank plot diagram.  Use sample on page 16.  You can complete your plot diagram as we are reading or wait until we finish reading tomorrow.

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Agenda 9/14/2018

Homework:  Outside reading is due Monday.  Use either the monthly calendar or weekly portion of your planner to document your 2-3 sentence summary for your 2.5 hours of reading per week.  Just one summary and just one parent or guardian signature.

Bell work:  Locate your IA Notebook.  Log into Vportal and then copy homework in your planner. Copy the following GIGGLE SENTENCE:

felicia fey rolled her eyes and retorted hey william waggish i may dress weirdly and my spells may backfire but you right the most egregious poetry

Classwork:

  • Type your essay EXACTLY as it appears on your paper

  • Then using page 24 check to see you have a counter claim paragraph with all components (parts)

  • If not, write a CC paragraph- plan it or hand write it first might be a good idea.  Then type it.

  • Check the FSA rubric and carefully look for items you are missing.  This is how your essay will be scored.

  • Finally, what did your peer editor suggest or determine?  What does the color-marking on your essay imply, and what can you do about that with your remaining time?

Agenda 9/13/2018

Homework:  Outside reading continues.  Use either the monthly calendar or weekly portion of your planner to document your 2-3 sentence summary for your 2.5 hours of reading per week.  Just one summary and just one parent or guardian signature.

Bell work:  Locate your IA Notebook.  Log into Vportal and then copy homework in your planner. Copy the following GIGGLE SENTENCE:

hey felicia how come your not garbed in black as you were all last year asks a boy whos puckish expression mirrored his waggish personality

Classwork:

  • Type your essay EXACTLY as it appears on your paper

  • Then using page 24 check to see you have a counter claim paragraph with all components (parts)

  • If not, write a CC paragraph- plan it or hand write it first might be a good idea.  Then type it.

  • Check the FSA rubric and carefully look for items you are missing.  This is how your essay will be scored.

Agenda 9/12/2018

Homework:  Outside reading continues.  Use either the monthly calendar or weekly portion of your planner to document your 2-3 sentence summary for your 2.5 hours of reading per week.  Just one summary and just one parent or guardian signature.

Bell work:  Locate your IA Notebook.  Copy homework in your planner. Copy the following GIGGLE SENTENCE:

  • me and my other magic friends practiced all summer retorted a slightly indignant felicia.  im getting a little gooder at it.  im doing good.

Classwork:  

MUST HAVE YOUR FLEE MAP FILLED TO BEGIN TYPING.  If not, please do more planning and then get to typing ASAP.

  • Log into your v-portal, Office 365, new document

  • VLT PRACTICE #1- Work Essay

  • Share with cjschroy- you will see my name and pic pop up

  • Means you don’t share this with me again.  I will have access to your updated copy.

  • Type your essay

  • It’s okay if you do not finish typing today.  Goal is to finish as much as possible.

  • We have tomorrow’s class period to type as well.

Agenda 9/11/2018

Bell work:  Locate your IA Notebook.  Copy homework in your planner. Copy the following GIGGLE SENTENCE:

  • you know it will backfire on you felicia cautions isabelle ingenuous.  you dont want to obliterate youre knew hairdo do you

Homework:  Outside reading begins.  Use either the monthly calendar or weekly portion of your planner to document your 2-3 sentence summary.  Total of 2.5 hours per week.  PARENT SIGNATURE IS REQUIRED.

Class work:

  • Fix your GIGGLE sentence

  • Color-mark your essay with the following colors:

  1. YELLOW- highlight the claim in the intro (1st paragraph)

  2. Read entire essay

  3. RED- underline the topic sentence in the first body paragraph (2nd paragraph- the reason why teens should work)

  4. GREEN- Underline the evidence provided.  Could be a quote from the story or paraphrasing of the story.

  5. BLUE- Underline the explanation or elaboration provided.  This would be what the writer (you or your partner) is thinking.  Look for “This shows, this means, or for example.”

  6. REPEAT these colors for the next paragraph (3rd paragraph)

  7. YELLOW- Counterclaim paragraph (3rd body paragraph or 4th paragraph) Highlight the counterclaim.  Look for opposite reason about why teens should work.

  8. RED- Underline the concession- look for a reason.  May be part of the counterclaim sentence.

  9. GREEN- Rebuttal- look for an argument against the opposition’s evidence or reasons

  10. BLUE- Call to Action- Restates the claim and gives a final reason or warning for their overall purpose or claim

Agenda 9/10/2018

Bell work:  Locate your IA Notebook.  Copy homework in your planner.   Leave planner on your desk until Schroyer sees it.

Homework:  Outside reading begins.  Use either the monthly calendar or weekly portion of your planner to document your 2-3 summary.  Total of 2.5 hours per week.  PARENT SIGNATURE IS REQUIRED.

Class work:

  • Go to the back of your IA Notebook

  • Write GIGGLES IN THE MIDDLE

  • Copy the following-

  1. Capitalize your own first and last name

  2. Capitalize the date and day of the week

  3. Use a comma in the date

  4. Be sure to use your margins properly

  5. Copy the sentence correctly without misspelling any words or skipping any words

  6. Write the number of errors you found in the left margin and circled

  7. You can use proofreader marks (see your page 3) or a DIFFERENT colored pen

  • Go to next page but backwards and copy this sentence:

felicia began to mutter words of a spell too encourage her freind pauline puerile to cheer up.  isabelle ingenuous put her hand over felicias mouth two stop her from uttering her spell

corrected sentence

  • Glue the following pages into your notebook

31. Annotated poems (white page)

32.  poetry quiz (pink)

33.  Teens at Work

34.  Teens Need Jobs

35.  Argument Test

36.  FLEE MAP

Agenda 9/7/2018

Bell work:  Put the following supplies out on your desk-

  • IA Notebook

  • 2 annotated articles about working teens

  • 1 FLEE MAP

  • 1 blank sheet of ntbk paper (NOT from your IA Notebook)

  • pen

Homework:  Begin reading this weekend.  If you complete your minutes, write a 2-3 sentence summary in your planner and have it initialed by a parent or guardian.  Make arrangements if you missed today’s essay.

Classwork:

  • Do the best you can- Stay in that positive mindset.

  • You have until the end of the period.

  • Utilize the RACE strategy if this is something with which you are familiar.

  • Refer to pages 20, 24, and your notes on page 30

  • If you finish early- 6-8 sentences; 3 pieces of evidence in each paragraph; have each component of a counter claim/; quotation marks; good vocabulary; 

Write an essay which you take a position on whether or not teens should work for experience or money?