Agenda 11/7/2019

Bell work:  IA NTBK, pages 47-49.  Textbook is page 304.

Homework:

  • Bubble maps (47-49) should have 5-10 annotations on each

  • Reading Log #9  (#8 for late credit)

Classwork: 

  1. Add to bubble maps as we read today

  2. We read through page 317 today.

Agenda 11/6/2019

Bell work:  IA NTBK.  Keep planner handy for Schroyer to check reading logs.  Log into Vportal and put computer to the side.

Homework:

  • Bubble maps should have 3-5 annotations on each

  • Reading Log #9  (#8 for late credit)

Classwork: 

  1. Check reading log #8

  2. Add to bubble maps as we read today

  3. Decide on second character today (page 49)

  4. We read through page 304!

Agenda 11/5/2019

PARASITE – (noun) a creature that lives off another organism

  • Hearing the high-pitched whine of a mosquito, I frantically swatted away the blood-sucking parasite.

Bell work:  IA NTBK.  Keep planner handy for Schroyer to check reading logs.  Signed printouts go in tray on back counter.  Ex Cr is due tomorrow.  Log into Vportal and put computer to the side.

Homework:

  • Reading Log #9  (#8 for late credit)

  • Signature on grade printout is required

Classwork: 

  1. Check reading log #8 (7 for late credit)

  2. Change page 47 to Secret Annex if not already noted

  3. Add to page 47 details you learned yesterday

  4. Add Anne’s name to middle of page 48

  5. Add to both of these bubble maps as we read today

  6. Decide on second character today or tomorrow (page 49)

  7. Continue to practice BUMP reading

  8. Pick parts for the play

  9. We read through page 294.

Agenda 11/4/2019

PARASITE – (noun) a creature that lives off another organism

  • Hearing the high-pitched whine of a mosquito, I frantically swatted away the blood-sucking parasite.

Bell work:  IA NTBK.  Update your planner.  Signed printouts go in tray on back counter.  Ex Cr is due Wednesday.  Log into Vportal and put computer to the side.

Homework:

  • Reading Log #8  (#7 for late credit)

  • Signature on grade printout is required

Classwork: 

  • Glue the following pages:

43.  FSA Argumentation Rubric VLT #1 on Child Labor and purchasing goods  (hinge if needed)

45.  Yellow research packet

46.  Questions page for Holocaust Project (blue)

46.  Hinge fold Holocaust Project Rubric

Agenda 11/01/2019

Bell work:  IA NTBK- page 47.  Update your planner.  Signed printouts go in tray on back counter.

Homework:

  • Reading Log #8.  (#7 for late credit)

  • Signature on grade printout is required

Classwork: 

 

 

 

Agenda 10/31/2019

Bell work:  IA NTBK- page .  Update your planner.  Signed printouts go in tray on back counter.  Earbuds.  Blue paper with your questions.  Rubric.

Homework:

  • Reading Log #8.  (#7 for late credit)

  • Signature on grade printout is required

Classwork: 

  1. Write your name on your rubric and pass it forward.

  2. Write your name, both if you had a partner for the project, at the top of the blue page of questions.

  3. Using a paperclip, carefully attach one copy of your questions to the bottom of your project.

  4. Not necessary if you wrote these questions on the board itself.

  5. Turn to page 44.  Line across the middle, fold paper in half, lengthwise, x 2

  6. You should have 8 rectangles.

  7. Get out your cellphone.

  8. Add a FREE QR CODE Reader to your phone.

  9. Scan codes, listen to podcasts, answer questions provided on the blue paper.

Agenda 10/30/2019

Bell work:  IA NTBK.  Log into Vportal and put computer aside. Update your planner.  Signed printouts go in tray on back counter.

Homework:

  • Project questions (blue)

  • Signature on grade printout is required

  • Bring earbuds so you can listen to the Podcasts

Classwork:  Collect extra credit

Monday: Research (yellow and pink pages) and illustrations are completed by end of class (formative grade) File has been created in Office365 and shared.

Tuesday:  Create recording of your research using your cell phone and Vocaroo website.  Save QR Code in Office365.  Share with Schroyer and your partner (formative)

  1. Go to VOCAROO.COM

  2. Computer will record what you say. You should try it first to see how much background noise you are getting.

  3. At the end Vocaroo will ask you if you want a copy of the QR code.

  4. Cut and paste that into your Office365 file (set up yesterday).

  5. You phone has better quality everything.  Try (just a few seconds)that as well.

  6. Check the rubric!  Creative format is important.

    • Interviews with concentration camp survivors. 
    • Personifying objects, having the objects talk about the subject matter.  
    • Diary entries 

Wednesday:  Put project together and turn in by end of class  (Summative)

Thursday: Using your own earbuds and cell phone, listen to the Podcasts of your classmates and students from other classes.  Record details in your notebook.

REMINDERS:

  1. Use RUBRIC and  the yellow grid as a guideline for your research.

  2. Good idea to read though it first including the Citation Page (pink)

  3. You are responsible for your own research even if working with a partner.