Agenda 2/24/2020

SURMOUNT (v) to conquer a problem or obstacle

Bell work:  Write in your planner.  Locate your IA Notebook.  Log into Vportal.

Homework:

  • Reading Log #7 is due tomorrow.  (#6 for late

  • Extra credit sentence (14 days to improve your grade)

  • Start looking for a 3 ring notebook, along with 10 dividers with 1″ tabs, you can re-purpose.  Feel free to make your own dividers.

Class work:

  1. Log into Vportal

  2. Eduphoria

  3. Take DIA #2

Agenda 2/21/2020

Bell work:  Write in your planner.  Locate your IA Notebook.  Log into Vportal.

Homework:

  • Reading Log #7 is due next Tuesday.  (#6 for late cr)

Class work:

DON’T TAKE HOME YOUR IA NOTEBOOK!!!

  1. Log into Vportal

  2. Eduphoria

  3. Submit test

  4. TODAY– you may make up the following assignments for partial credit.  This is for today and only in class.

  • One reading log- borrow a book from our classroom library.

  • Douglass pages 79-82

  • Bloody Times pages- 68-72

  • Harriet Tubman Quilt Piece

  1. Turn to page 213 in your textbook and page 83 in your IA Notebook.

  2. Title page 83 “Marigolds” Vocabulary

  3. Fold page for Cornell Notes

  4. Word on left and definition on the right

  5. Skip one line between words.  There are 13 vocab words for this story.

  6. Begin reading if time permits.

Agenda 2/20/2020

Bell work:  Sit with your FSA/ JENGA group.  Locate your computer, textbook, page 149. Write in your planner.  Page 81-82 IA ntbk.

Homework:

  • “Douglass” test is Friday.

  • RACE paragraphs for questions on page 149.  (due Friday)

  • Reading Log #7 is due next Tuesday.  (#6 for late

Class work:

  • Use what you have completed on pages 79-80 and your textbook to answer questions on page 149.

  • Full RACE paragraphs including transitions as often as possible.  Use transitions which further the writing.

  1. Play Group Jenga

  2. Continue with next question for your group.  Use pages 81-82.

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

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

  5. Begin building your tower

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

  7. If winning group does not have answers on page 80, 81, and 82 for all group members, we will go to the next tallest tower and repeat.

Agenda 2/19/2020

Collect sentences

Bell work:  Sit with your FSA group.  Locate your computer, textbook, page 149. Write in your planner.  Page 80 IA ntbk.

Homework:

  • “Douglass” test is Friday.

  • RACE paragraphs for questions on page 149.  (due Friday)

  • Reading Log #7 is due next Tuesday.  (#6 for late

Class work:

  • Cornell Notes- document the six vocabulary words onto page 80.

  • Meet with your FSA Rubric Presentations Group

  • Use what you have completed on pages 79-80 and your textbook to answer questions on page 149.

  • Full RACE paragraphs including transitions as often as possible.  Use transitions which further the writing.

  1. Play Group Jenga

  2. Begin with question #1 answering it on page 81.

  3. Check for accuracy, 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 80 for all group members, we will go to the next tallest tower and repeat.

Agenda 2/18/2020

RECUPERATE IS THE EXTRA CREDIT WORD.

Bell work:  Write in your planner.  VPORTAL.  Schroyer to grade RL #6.  Page 79 in your IA Notebook, “Frederick Douglass.”  Keep planner handy for RL check.

Homework:

  • Reading Log #7 due next week.  (#6 for late)

  • Finish today’s summaries

Classwork:

  1. Planners- RL #6 to be checked (late #5’s)

  2. 143 in your text

  3. Page 79 in your IA Notebook-  summary of each paragraph.  You will probably require one lengthy sentence with a comma and a conjunction.  There are only six paragraphs-6!- but they are long.)

  4. Skip one line between each summary.

  5. Cornell Notes of the six vocab words go on page 80.

Agenda 2/14/2020

 

Bell work:  Write in your planner.  VPORTAL.  Use computers from BACK OF THE ROOM!  If you have candy and Valentine’s Day goodies, please enjoy, but do not use a computer today.

Homework:

  • Test corrections end today.

  • 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.

7.  Check out this link: https://www.news-journal.com/news/local/longview-presentation-shows-how-quilts-served-as-morse-code-for/article_66a26d78-3fb3-11ea-bfe4-bf07213f1c2d.html?fbclid=IwAR1LA2F8-Zp3Mt0J_EBeRtVCLKV6YJSoy_HYqgN8HSmERPWVEwwsZBtXJ_4

 

 

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.