Agenda 2/14/2020

Bell work:  Write in your planner.

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY.  🙂

Homework:

  • Test corrections end tomorrow

  • Reading Log #6 due next week.  (#5 for late credit)

Classwork:

  •  Freedom Quilts. There is much written about the use of quilts during the Underground Railroad days. Known as the Freedom Quilt patterns, these quilts were displayed as signals to slaves that they should begin to pack for the journey (Wagon Wheel), dress up (Shoofly) and get ready to escape (Tumbling Blocks).

  1. Education-Unplugged - We made a paper pieced quilt using the codes for the Underground Railroad.

harriettubman Page 20

quilts codes

3.  Using one piece of printer paper, design your quilt square.  Be sure your square tells a story or includes a message of some sorts.

4.  Use a ruler and a pencil.

5. Neatness counts.  Color the entire page of paper but color well.  Take your time.

6.  Use the story (page 151) and mrsschroyer.com as your resources.

 

Agenda 2/12/2020

This week’s word is perseverance.

Bell work:  Write in your planner and keep it handy so your RL #5 can be checked.  VPORTAL.  Use computers from BACK OF THE ROOM!

Homework:

  • Test corrections end this Friday (2/14)

  • Reading Log #6 due next week.  (#5 for late credit)

Classwork:

  • PER TWO SURVEY is today!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  1.  Freedom Quilts. There is much written about the use of quilts during the Underground Railroad days. Known as the Freedom Quilt patterns, these quilts were displayed as signals to slaves that they should begin to pack for the journey (Wagon Wheel), dress up (Shoofly) and get ready to escape (Tumbling Blocks).
  2. Education-Unplugged - We made a paper pieced quilt using the codes for the Underground Railroad.

harriettubman Page 20

quilts codes

3.  Using one piece of printer paper, design your quilt square.  Be sure your square tells a story or includes a message of some sorts.

4.  Use a ruler.

5. Neatness counts.  Color the entire page of paper.

 

Agenda 2/11/2020

This week’s word is perseverance.

Bell work:  Write in your planner and keep it handy so your RL #5 can be checked.  VPORTAL.  Use computers from BACK OF THE ROOM!, textbook, turn to page 151.  Title page 78 “Harriet Tubman.”

Homework:

  • Test corrections end this Friday (2/14)

  • Reading Log #6 due next week.  (#5 for late credit)

  • Progress Reports pulled tomorrow.  What can you make-up? Remediate? Complete?  Please ask!

Classwork:

  • PER TWO SURVEY is tomorrow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  1.  Page 78 in your notebook

  2. Page 151 in your textbook

  3. On page 78 continue writing a one-two word summary after each paragraph.  Skip one line between each summary.

  4. Begin with #33 on page 78 in your notebook.  There are about 51 paragraphs.

  5. Use the remaining room you have on 78 to answer the questions on page 164. move on to page 79 to complete as many RACE paragraphs as you can.

Agenda 2/10/2020

This week’s word is perseverance.

Bell work:  Write in your planner.  Log into computer in BACK OF ROOM!, Vportal, textbook, turn to page 151.  Have materials handy for your Socratic Seminar.  Title page 77 “Harriet Tubman.”

Homework:

  • Test corrections end this Friday (2/14)

  • Reading Log #5 due tomorrow.  (#4 for late credit)

  • Progress Reports pulled at end of the week.  What can you make-up? Remediate? Complete?  Please ask!

Classwork:

  • PER TWO SURVEY!

  1.  Page 77 in your notebook

  2. Page 151 in your textbook

  3. On page 77 write a one-two word summary after each paragraph.  Skip one line between each summary.

  4. Create a second column if and when you get to number 16.

  5. Go on to #33 but onto page 78 in your notebook.  This time, let’s make three columns.

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ul09jwM9F98

Agenda 2/7/2020

Bell work:  Write in your planner.  Log into Vportal, textbook, turn to page 151.  Have materials handy for your Socratic Seminar.  Title page 77 “Harriet Tubman.”

Homework:

  • Reading Log #5 is due next week.  (#4 for late credit)

Classwork:

  • PER TWO SURVEY!

  • Test corrections continue during lunch- EVEN IF YOU GET A 90%!!

  • Seminars to continue.

  • Using page 76 as your example, get paper(s) ready for next seminar.

  1.  Page 77 in your notebook

  2. Page 151 in your textbook

  3. On page 77 write a one-two word summary after each paragraph.  Skip one line between each summary.

  4. Create a second column if and when you get that far in the story.

PERIOD 5———————————

Bell work:  Write in your planner. Title page 77 “Harriet Tubman.”

Homework:

  • Are pages 68-73, for “Bloody Times,” ready to be graded?

  • Reading Log #5 is due Tuesday.  (#4 for late credit)

Classwork:

  1. Test corrections continue tomorrow during lunch- EVEN IF YOU GOT AN 90%!!

  2. Turn to page 151 in your on-line textbook and page 77 in your IA Notebook.

  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ajn9g5Gsv98

Agenda 2/5/2020

Bell work:  Write in your planner.  Turn to page 76.  Have materials handy for your Socratic Seminar.  Title page 77 “Harriet Tubman.”

Homework:

  • Reading Log #5 is due next week.  (#4 for late credit)

Classwork:

  • PER TWO SURVEY!

  • Test corrections continue during lunch- EVEN IF YOU GET A 90%!!

  • Seminars to continue.

  • Using page 76 as your example, get paper(s) ready for next seminar.

  1.  Page 77 in your notebook

  2. Page 151 in your textbook

  3. On page 77 write a one-two word summary after each paragraph.  Skip one line between each summary.

PERIOD 5———————————

Bell work:  Write in your planner. Title page 77 “Harriet Tubman.”

Homework:

  • Are pages 68-73, for “Bloody Times,” ready to be graded?

  • Reading Log #5 is due Tuesday.  (#4 for late credit)

Classwork:

  1. Test corrections continue tomorrow during lunch- EVEN IF YOU GOT AN 90%!!

  2. Turn to page 151 in your on-line textbook and page 77 in your IA Notebook.

  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ajn9g5Gsv98

Agenda 2/5/2020

justify (v) to show or prove; to be right or reasonable; to explain something.

Bell work:  Write in your planner.  Page 76.  Title it “HP” Socratic Seminars.

Homework:

  • HP completion and summaries for late credit.  HP Summary Example -(not 5th period)

  • Reading Log #5 is due next week.  (#4 for late credit)

Classwork:

  • PER TWO SURVEY!

  • Test corrections begin today during lunch- EVEN IF YOU GET A 90%!!

  • Seminars begin now.

  • Page 76.  Draw a line across the middle cutting the page in half.  Then, divide the paper lengthwise into thirds. See SAMPLE.

  • Label the 6 rectangles

  1. Adds the discussion

  2. Refers to the text

  3. Asks a question

  4. Reflects/repeats previous speaker

  5. Uses group members/ names

  6. Most interesting point made

  • Document the person to which you have been assigned (by number).

 

PERIOD 5———————————

justify (v) to show or prove; to be right or reasonable; to explain something.

Bell work:  Obtain your computer and log into your textbook.  Page 167 Write in your planner.

Homework:

  • Are pages 68-73, for “Bloody Times,” ready to be graded?

  • Reading Log #4 is due tomorrow.  (#3 for late credit)

Classwork:

  1. Test corrections begin tomo during lunch- EVEN IF YOU GET A 90%!!

  2. Turn to page 167 in your on-line textbook and page 75 in your IA Notebook.

  3. Title page 75- “Drummer Boy” page 167

  4. Watch clips and listen to story

Agenda 2/4/2020

justify (v) to show or prove; to be right or reasonable; to explain something.

Bell work:  Obtain your computer and log into Vportal. Write in your planner.  Schroyer to check reading logs.

Homework:

  • HP completion and summaries for late credit.  HP Summary Example -(not 5th period)

  • Reading Log #5 is due next week.  (#4 for late credit)

Classwork:

  1. PER TWO SURVEY!

  2. Test corrections begin today during lunch- EVEN IF YOU GET A 90%!!

  3. Meet with your Socratic Seminar group.  Continue to work on your seminar.

  4. Blue page- continue to push your discussion and questions to a higher level.  Document page 74 and 75.

  5. Pages 74 and 75 are where you will record notes, evidence, facts, details etc you are gathering for your Socratic Seminar.

  6. Seminars begin tomorrow.

 

PERIOD 5———————————

justify (v) to show or prove; to be right or reasonable; to explain something.

Bell work:  Obtain your computer and log into your textbook.  Page 167 Write in your planner.

Homework:

  • Are pages 68-73, for “Bloody Times,” ready to be graded?

  • Reading Log #4 is due tomorrow.  (#3 for late credit)

Classwork:

  1. Test corrections begin tomo during lunch- EVEN IF YOU GET A 90%!!

  2. Turn to page 167 in your on-line textbook and page 75 in your IA Notebook.

  3. Title page 75- “Drummer Boy” page 167

  4. Watch clips and listen to story

Agenda 2/3/2020

justify (v) to show or prove; to be right or reasonable; to explain something.

Bell work:  Obtain your computer and log into Eduphoria. Write in your planner.

Homework:

  • HP completion and summaries moved to tomorrow.  HP Summary Example -(not 5th period)

  • Reading Log #4 is due tomorrow.  (#3 for late credit)

Classwork:

  1. Take “Bloody Times” test using Eduphoria.  Ignore written part of the test.  You may mark the test in any way you find helpful. Just be sure to log your answers in Eduphoria.

  2. Test corrections begin tomorrow during lunch- EVEN IF YOU GET A 90%!!

  3. When you are done testing, submit your test, log out of Eduphoria, log out of Vportal, and put your computer to sleep.  Work on summaries for HP. When testing time is called for the class, meet with your Socratic Seminar group.  Continue to work on your seminar.

  4. Blue page- continue to push your discussion and questions to a higher level.  Document page 74 and 75.

  5. Pages 74 and 75 are where you will record notes, evidence, facts, details etc you are gathering for your Socratic Seminar.

  6. Seminars begin this Wednesday.

 

PERIOD 5———————————

Bell work:  Obtain your computer and log into Eduphoria. Write in your planner.

Homework:

  • Are pages 68-73, for “Bloody Times,” ready to be graded?

  • Reading Log #4 is due tomorrow.  (#3 for late credit)

Classwork:

  1. Take “Bloody Times” test using Eduphoria.  Ignore written part of the test.  You may mark the test in any way you find helpful. Just be sure to log your answers in Eduphoria.

  2. Test corrections begin tomorrow during lunch- EVEN IF YOU GET A 90%!!

  3. When you are done testing, turn to page 197 in your on-line textbook and page 74 in your IA Notebook.

  4. Title page 74- “Bloody Times” Critical Vocab page 197

  5. Write out these sentences and complete them by using your vocabulary notes on page 68.

Agenda 1/30/2020

Bell work:  Obtain your computer and get to page 196 in our textbook. Write in your planner.  Page 72 IA ntbk.

Homework:

  • “Bloody Times” test is moved to Monday.

  • HP completion and summaries moved to Tuesday.  HP Summary Example -(not 5th period)

  • Reading Log #4 is due next Tuesday.  (#3 for late credit)

Classwork:

First period only:

  1. Take HP #3 quiz.  These are FSA style questions which require higher-order thinking.

  2. Meet with Socratic Seminar group.  Glue green paper (from last Friday) onto page 64.  Side hinge fold on other side. More research and notes on what a SS is and isn’t.

  3. Blue page goes on page 74.  Schroyer to come around with topics.

  4. Pages 74 and 75 are where you will record notes, evidence, facts, details etc you are gathering for your Socratic Seminar.

  5. Watch Socratic Seminar video.

 

PERIOD 5———————————

Bell work:  Obtain your computer and get to page 196 in our textbook. Write in your planner.  Page 72 IA ntbk.

Homework:

  • “Bloody Times” test is moved to Monday.

  • Reading Log #4 is due next Tuesday.  (#3 for late

Class work:

  • Meet with your FSA Rubric Presentations Group

  • Use what you have completed on pages 72 and 73.

  1. Play Group Jenga

  2. Begin with question #1

  3. Check for accurancy, RACE, four sentences, with at at least two transitions, and that everyone in your group has the answer.

  4. Send a representative to Schroyer to check (the above).  If correct, your group will receive two Jenga pieces.

  5. Repeat but send a DIFFERENT representative to Schroyer for another game piece.

  6. Begin building your tower

  7. When time is called, the team with the tallest tower (made only of Jenga pieces) wins!

  8. If winning group does not have answers on page 72 for all group members, we will go to the next tallest tower and repeat.