Agenda 11/7/2017

 

Bell work:  Secure your IA Notebook and locate a pen.  Turn to page 59 and determine which additional character you will follow on page 60.

Homework:  Re-read The Diary of Anne Frank beginning on page 290 to clarify any parts which may be unclear and to add to both pages 59 and 60.

Classwork:

  • Continue reading the play.  7th period = page 300.

  • All other classes continue starting on page 290.

  • Be sure to follow along with our readers

  • Be sure to document all dates important activities onto page 59

  • Determine who will be your second character and add him/ her to your bubble map ASAP

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Agenda 11/6/2017

Bell work:  Secure your IA Notebook and locate a pen.  Turn to page 59 and determine which additional character you will follow on page 60.

Homework:  Re-read The Diary of Anne Frank beginning on page 280 to clarify any parts which may be unclear and to add to both pages 59 and 60.

Classwork:

  • Begin reading the play

  • Be sure to follow along with our readers

  • Be sure to document all dates important activities onto page 59

  • Determine who will be your second character and add him/ her to your bubble map ASAP

Agenda 11/3/2017

Bell work:  Realize your IA Notebook and a pen

Homework:  Update your notebook with page numbers and glue loose papers to the appropriate page.

Classwork:  Last call for Character Presentations

  • Be a good audience

  • Good presenters- make eye contact, speak slowly, are enthusiastic, engaging, and DON’T READ information to us

  • Watch your audience and be prepared to pause often while we take notes

  • Repeat hard-to-follow points you have made

  • Circulate the room and listen to podcasts to which you have not listened.

  • There are 24 topics.  Your goal is to have notes on these 24 topics!

Agenda 11/1 – 11/2/2017

Bell work:  Realize your poster and IA Notebook.

Homework:  None

Classwork:

  • Turn to page 57 and 58 in your IA Notebook and divide both pages into quarters (like your poster)

  • In each space write-

  • Who, what, where, when, why, other.  Skip lines

  • This is where you will document the information being presented

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  • Be a good audience

  • Good presenters- make eye contact, speak slowly, are enthusiastic, engaging, and DON’T READ information to us

  • Watch your audience and be prepared to pause often while we take notes

  • Repeat hard-to-follow points you have made

Agenda 10/30/2017- 10/31/2017

Bell Work:  LOOK for your name on each sticky note.  When you find your name, this is your group.  Realize your IA Notebook and a pen.

Homework:  Be sure your Group Presentation is ready for tomorrow.  Pages 36-55 were graded in class yesterday.

Classwork:  DO NOT WRITE ON YOUR COPY.  🙂  THESE ARE THE ONLY COPIES I HAVE AND THEY MUST LAST ALL DAY.

  1.  Document evidence of your reading and what you are learning on your character.  May BYOT to fill in other areas you this are important for us to know about your character

  2. Keep in mind we are mostly interested in their lives before WW II, while Hitler is in power, and during the time your character goes into hiding rather than to a concentration/ death camp.

  3. If your character does not survive the war, don’t be a SPOILER of the story.  Failure to accommodate here will negatively effect your presentation grade.

  4. Divide your presentation paper into 4 categories.  You and your group decide what the categories should be.  This will be dependent upon your research.

  5. Practice what each group member will present.  READING TO US WILL EFFECT YOUR GRADE!

Agenda 10/27/2017

Bell work:  Procure your IA Notebook, one sheet of notebook paper, and a pen

Homework:  None

Classwork:

  1. Retrieve your VLT packet and remediate the questions you missed.

  2. two grades are LEFT= FLEE MAP/ RIGHT: questions 1-3 including RACE paragraphs

  3. Write Remediation on top of ntbk paper.  Then:

  • Question #1 in RACE format regarding what the correct answer is and why.  MUST be in RACE format for credit.

  • Questions 2 and 3 maybe be re-written in RACE paragraph form on notebook paper.

  • Please note these questions use the word stepS or reasonS.

  • Points were generally lost due to-

  • No C (or citation) quote, or no name of article used, or the author stated, either with ” ” or paraphrasing your evidence

  • No E (er explanation) of what your evidence means or shows