Monday - Chapter 1/2 Audio - Read and Annotate Ch. 7/8 due Wednesday
Tuesday - Chapter 3/4 Audio - Read and Annotate Ch. 7/8 due Wednesday
Wednesday - Chapter 5/6 Audio - Read and Annotate Ch. 9/10 due Monday
Thursday - MSTEP 2018 ELA
Friday - MSTEP 2018 ELA
Monday - Close and Critical "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost (don't forget the Close and Critical notes that we took earlier this year)
Tuesday - Chapter 5 Quiz
Wednesday - Chapter 6 Quiz
Thursday - Audiobook Chapter 1-6
Friday - Audiobook Chapter 1-6
Monday - Chapter 3&4 Notes and Annotations
Tuesday - Chapter 3&4 Quiz
Wednesday - Chapter 5 Reading
Thursday - Chapter 5 Notes and Annotations - SyncTV
Friday - Mastery Friday Check-in / Book Chapter 1-5 audibly contrast
Monday - SyncTV Scripts - Read Chapter 2
Tuesday - SyncTV Recordings - Group Chapter 2 Read and Annotate
Wednesday - Small group Notes and Annotate - Chapter 1&2 Quiz
Thursday - Chapter 3 Reading
Friday - Mastery Day - Chapter 3 Notes and Annotations Due Monday 4/23
Monday 4/9 - Sway presentations 2 Stars and 1 wish
Tuesday 4/10 - The Outsiders Chapter 1
Wednesday 4/11 - Book Groups Chapter 1
Thursday 4/12 - Book Groups Chapter 1 Synctv
Friday 4/13 - MAstery day
Monday - Lit Club Monday - Blast and Freak the Mighty first read (Textbook or App)
Tuesday - Freak the Mighty read and annotate and Think Q's (Textbook or App)
Wednesday - Freak the Mighty Think Questions (Textbook or App)
Thursday - The 1960's Read and Research Project (You can bring your electronics)
Friday - Mastery Friday - Create/Work on your choice of creative assignments approved by me.
students worked on writing their rough drafts today, typing them up in MLA format for peer edits tomorrow. Students used office365 for their typing.
I have been fortunate enough to have success with projects and Donorschoose.com in the past. I am at time asking for anyone to offer up some help in our class obtaining quality microphones for our production and podcasting we are going to be doing in class. Please check out the link below. If you know anyone interested in donating to the project just direct them to the link.
Students had a conversation and developed their own ideas for what makes a dystopian setting. Students will continue this tomorrow, but need to come into class with at least one item in each category by Wednesday.
Students worked individually, in small groups, and ultimately as a whole class to discuss the information to complete a plot mountain graph of The Giver. This includes rising action, conflict, climax, and falling action.