Presentation on theme: "Student Inventory: Complete the Student Inventory Sheet on your desk."— Presentation transcript:
1Why We Write: Write down your homework: Free Write Activity from the Bingo Handout
2Student Inventory:Complete the Student Inventory Sheet on your desk.
3Process: Take out your warm-up page. Turn it over to the back and answer the following questions:How does the article we read today connect to this class?Compare how you read the article, the website, and the policy handouts.
4Writer’s Notebook Set-up Divide the spiral in halfFirst half – Writing RubricBack half – Vocabulary (we’ll do this tomorrow!)
5Writing Rubric Homework is collected and graded on Mondays. You are responsible for 1 Writing Response and 2 Vocabulary words.Each section may earn up to 4 points.Let’s focus on the writing for today.
6Blocks Take three post-it notes from the table. On each of the three, write ONE:adverb or adjectivenoun (this should be a common noun such as “clown”, “box”, “painter”, etc.)verb
8DirectionsIt’s time to think outside the box! Using the words on your post-it notes, write a descriptive paragraph below. Remember that you cannot be wrong! For example, if I choose: N: frog A: lazy V: played I could write about a “lazy frog that played” or a “frog that played lazily”
9HomeworkGlue your BINGO board onto the back of the first page in your Writer’s Notebook.Choose one (OR more) of these activities for tonight.Remember to include all elements – including that artistic component!
10Closure: Index Cards Write your name on the index card. On your index card, decide what score your descriptive paragraph should earn.Explain your thinking.