Agenda 1/23/2020

Bell work:  Obtain your computer (BIG CART) and log into Vportal. Write in your planner and locate your IA notebook- page 68.

Homework:

  • Write the summary/ vocabulary assignment for chapter one of HP.  These will be checked for accuracy tomorrow.

  • Reading Log #3 is due next week.

  • RL #2 may be turned in for late credit next week as well.

Classwork: 

  1. Log into your textbook- page 177.

  2. Page 68. “Vocab for Bloody Times” and in Cornell Note fashion, document the 10 vocabulary words found within the story.  Be sure the word goes on the left and full definition goes on the right. SKIP AT LEAST ONE LINE between words.

  3. Record at least 10 more vocabulary words of which you are unsure of their meanings.  Use any space you still have on page 68 and move on to the next page for the rest of your words. We will research the definitions of these additional words at a later date.

  4. By end of class you should be nearing the end of this text.

Chapter 3- Harry meets Hagrid who tells Harry the Dursleys have been lying (to) him about his parents.  Harry finds out he is a wizard, discovers he will attend Hogwarts, and for the first time in his life, celebrates his birthday.

  • misleading – this changes the connotation to a higher level of dishonesty.  It’s more than a little lie they have told Harry.

  • observes- the connotation here means not only are they celebrating his birthday, but the fact is, no one has ever even noticed his birthday before.  His birthday has been ignored all of this time and not observed.

4. Determine Socratic Seminar groups.

5.  Sit with your group, exchange contact information, document this on page 64, GOOGLE and take notes on what a Socratic Seminar is.  WIKIPEDIA is perfect for this.

Agenda 1/22/2020

MEANDER – (verb) to randomly wander.  video clips 

2nd clip

Bell work:  Obtain your computer (BIG CART!) and log into Vportal. Write in your planner (leave out for Schroyer to check) and locate your IA notebook.

Homework:

  • Reading Log #3 is due next week.

  • RL #2 may be turned in for late credit next week as well.

Classwork: 

  1. Take Harry Potter quiz #1.

  2. Get into your textbook when you can.  Search for page 177.

  3. Page 68. “Vocab for Bloody Times” and in Cornell Note fashion, document the 10 vocabulary words found within the story.  Be sure the word goes on the left and full definition goes on the right. SKIP AT LEAST ONE LINE between words.

  4. Record at least 10 more vocabulary words of which you are unsure of their meanings.  Use any space you still have on page 68 and move on to the next page for the rest of your words. We will research the definitions of these additional words at a later date.

  5. Discuss vocabulary assignment.

Chapter 1- Harry meets Hagrid who tells Harry the Dursleys have been lying (to) him about his parents.  Harry finds out he is a wizard, discovers he will attend Hogwarts, and for the first time in his life, celebrates his birthday.

  • misleading – this changes the connotation to a higher level of dishonesty.  It’s more than a little lie they have told Harry.

  • observes- the connotation here means not only are they celebrating his birthday, but the fact is, no one has ever even noticed his birthday before.  His birthday has been ignored all of this time and not observed.

4. Determine Socratic Seminar groups.

5.  Sit with your group, exchange contact information, GOOGLE and take notes on what a Socratic Seminar is.

Agenda 1/21/2020

MEANDER – (verb) to randomly wander.

Bell work:  Obtain your computer and log into Vportal. Write in your planner (leave out for Schroyer to check) and locate your IA notebook.  Title page 68 “Vocab for Bloody Times.”

Homework:

  • Extra credit sentence is due tomorrow.

  • Reading Log #3 is due next week.

  • RL #2 may be turned in for late credit next week as well.

Classwork: 

  1. Get into your textbook when you can.  Search for page 177.

  2. Page 68. “Vocab for Bloody Times” and in Cornell Note fashion, document the 10 vocabulary words found within the story.  Be sure the word goes on the left and full definition goes on the right. SKIP AT LEAST ONE LINE between words.

  3. Record at least 10 more vocabulary words of which you are unsure of their meanings.  Use any space you still have on page 68 and move on to the next page for the rest of your words. We will research the definitions of these additional words at a later date.

  4. Discuss vocabulary assignment.

Chapter 1- Harry meets Hagrid who tells Harry the Dursleys have been lying (to) him about his parents.  Harry finds out he is a wizard, discovers he will attend Hogwarts, and for the first time in his life, celebrates his birthday.

  • misleading – this changes the connotation to a higher level of dishonesty.  It’s more than a little lie they have told Harry.

  • observes- the connotation here means not only are they celebrating his birthday, but the fact is, no one has ever even noticed his birthday before.  His birthday has been ignored all of this time and not observed.

4. Determine Socratic Seminar groups.

5.  Sit with your group, exchange contact information, GOOGLE and take notes on what a Socratic Seminar is.

Agenda 1/17/2020

Bell work:  Write in your planner and get your IA notebook.  Glue green “Harry Potter” handout to page 64.

Homework:

  • Reading Log #2 is due next week.

  • RL #1 may be turned in for late credit next week as well.

Classwork: 

  1. Read green sheet in order to understand what is expected of you.

  2. The assignments are FSA style assessments in the areas we must improve based on last year’s data.

  3. Summaries, vocabulary, comprehension quizzes in FSA style

  4. Fill in the blanks to read pages ____65_ through _67____

  5. You are responsible for this copy.  It should be brought with you so you may read when class time provides.  Not just this class but others.

  6. Begin reading and work on your first summaries.

  7. Final day of testing.  Please be aware of your classmates.

Agenda 1/16/2020

Bell work:  Write in your planner and get your IA notebook.  Get your computer, log into Vportal, and open your textbook.  Move computer to the side.  Label page 63 “O Captain! My Captain!”

Homework:

  • Reading Log #2 is due next week.

  • RL #1 may be turned in for late credit next week as well.

Classwork: 

DAY THREE: (Students who were absent M, T, or yesterday).

  • Complete the planning step.  It is important to have your thoughts in order rather than jumping in and start typing.

  • Finish typing your essay.  Expectation is you will revise and edit.

  • Try to remember what you and your group presented last week about the rubric.

  1. Using page 21 as your guide, make a TPCASTT on page 63.  Space things out in order to use the whole page.

  2. Using your on-line textbook turn to page 199.

  3. Read this poem (probably more than once) and complete a TPCASTT as well as you can.

  4. When reading know this poem is about Abraham Lincoln and how devastated the country is that our president has been shot. Lincoln was loved by 99% of the country!

  5. Please don’t forget you have classmates who are testing.  🙂

  6. If you have completed a thorough and amazing TPCASTT, move on to page 202 answering questions 1-5.

  7. Copy chart and complete #1.  RACE paragraphs with FULL paragraphs and a skillful variety of transitions.

 

 

DAY TWO:

Agenda 1/15/2020

Bell work:  Write in your planner and leave on desk for Schroyer to check your Rl #1. Get notebook and locate VLT #2 materials. Log into Vportal and put your computer to the side.

Homework:

  • Reading Log #2 is due next week.  RL #1 may be turned in for late credit tomorrow

DAY THREE:

  • Complete the planning step.  It is important to have your thoughts in order rather than jumping in and start typing.

  • Finish typing your essay.  Expectation is you will revise and edit.

  • Try to remember what you and your group presented last week about the rubric.

  • Try to remember what the other groups presented last week about the rubric.

  • Continue working on your essay until time is called.

  • Essays will not be accepted before the allotted time.

 

 

DAY TWO:

  • Complete the planning step.  It is important to have your thoughts in order rather than jumping in and start typing.

  • When you have completed the pink graphic organizer and your plan is ready, begin typing your essay.

 

DAY ONE

  • Read and annotate the articles using any strategy or system you prefer such as LLCCC.

  • You may use your own highlighter.

  • If time permits, you may begin completing the planning sheet.pen

  • Be sure to use pen

 

 

 

Agedna 1/14/2020

For the Word Warrior contest, the word for next week is PROPONENT, a noun which means a person who advocates a theory, proposal or project.

Bell work:  Write in your planner and leave on desk for Schroyer to check your Rl #1. Get notebook and locate VLT #2 materials. Log into Vportal and put your computer to the side.

Homework:

  • Reading Log #2 is due next week.  RL #1 may be turned in for late credit tomorrow.

  • Ex Cr is due tomorrow

Classwork:

DAY TWO:

  • Complete the planning step.  It is important to have your thoughts in order rather than jumping in and start typing.

  • When you have completed the pink graphic organizer and your plan is ready, begin typing your essay.

 

DAY ONE

  • Read and annotate the articles using any strategy or system you prefer such as LLCCC.

  • You may use your own highlighter.

  • If time permits, you may begin completing the planning sheet.pen

  • Be sure to use pen

 

 

 

  1. Log into Vportal Office 365 New WORD document VLT #2  Share with CJS.  You may need to search directory  SHARE!!! Papers go in notebook.  Do not take notebook home!