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1Monday, 9/30/13Good morning! Please remember to get your folder. Take out everything from your folder and place it into your binder before you do anything else.AgendaFirst FiveVocabularyDOLGrammarAre you ready for something completely crazy!? Let’s do ALL of them for the week!BM Practice QuestionsRegister a “clicker” to your group.MUST DO: Gathering Blue Lit. Study GroupsRemindersBenchmark TomorrowDo you have any questions about your grade? See me today!
2Vocabulary Restrained Bonus: Complete the following analogy. Ex. The angry young man’s behavior became restrained after several weeks of attending private school.Bonus: Complete the following analogy.restrained : regulated :: intrepid : _________________Use restrained in a sentence of your own.Restrained- controlled; restrictedPOS- adj.
3DOLShe aren’t to concerned about reading the short story a rose for Emily she’ll see it on television next Wednesday.
4Grammar Adverbs in Action Remember that an adverb is a word that modifies a verb, and adjective, or another adverb.Adverbs tell how, when, where, how much, and why.Many adverbs end with the letters –ly.Underline the adverbs in the following sentences.1. You’re finished already! You completed the test too quickly.2. The children quietly watched the movie and then went outside.3. Sometimes I walk to school, but I usually take the bus.4. Don’t ever speak to me like that again!5. Yesterday we took a field trip, and today we’ll write a paper about it.6. The students eagerly gathered near the gym.7. I think I’ll write more in my journal later.8. You did rather well on your exam.
5Vocabulary Hackneyed Bonus Ex. Although the images and metaphors used in the holiday poem are hackneyed, the rhyme is still fun to recite.BonusIs stereotyped a synonym or antonym of hackneyed?Is uncommon a synonym or antonym of hackneyed?Use hackneyed in a sentence of your own.Hackneyed- overused; clichédPOS- adj.
6DOLThe young kitten who was six months old was trapped inside of the empty closet which had nothing in it.Ms. Santini told us to do the following read the assignment take notes and to write a Report.
7Grammar Writing with Adverbs Use the following adverbs in sentences of your own. Underline any additional adverbs in your sentences.1. Brightly, so_________________________________________________2. too, well3. extremely, still4. hard, today5. sometimes, never
8Vocabulary Emaciated Bonus: Ex. The emaciated abandoned cat begged for food and milk.Bonus:Unscramble the synonyms for emaciated.1. S W A C R Y N _____________________________________________2. T A N U G _____________________________________________Unscramble the antonyms for emaciated.3. B U R T O S4. T H R E A YScrawnyGauntRobustHearty
9DOLShe don’t want to let we to kids attend the softball game we’ve been gone to much recently.Leave the book dragonwings lay on the shelf until your ready to read it said Mr. Arnold.
10Grammar Adjectives and Adverbs Read each of the sentences.Underline the adjectives.Circle the adverbs.1. We awoke to a blanket of fluffy white snow on the ground.2. We patiently waited to see if we had a snow day.3. When we got the news, I breathed a sigh of relief. I had an extra day to finish my ten-minute presentation.4. I eagerly crawled back into my warm, cozy bed.5. Fortunately, I could sleep for another three hours. I had stayed awake much too late the previous night.
11Benchmark PracticeThis is a group activity for team points. This is your last week together, so make it count!Directions:Read the question(s).Read the passage.Discuss the questions to determine the BEST answer. Remember, there can sometimes be more than one answer that could work, but one of them will be the BEST.Cast your vote and see how you do!
12Literature Study Groups After much careful thought and consideration, I have decided to allow you to select your own literature study groups. Each group will need 4-5 members. No, you may not have more than 5 members under any circumstance. When you have a group, each member should select a DIFFERENT job for every reading assignment. You will receive an individual grade for your assignment each week, so do a good job!Here’s how this is going to work…Reading guides will be due by Wednesday and reviewed as a class, as usual.Lit. study group members will have the opportunity to work with other classmates who have the same assignment on Wednesday to prepare their presentation to their group for Thursday.On Thursday, lit. study group members will meet. Each group member will present their information to the group.Following the lit. study group meeting, each member will complete their own reading response (writing assignment) from the reading for the week.Be prepared to begin this process this week. Make sure those reading guides are complete and you pull your weight with your group!
13Tuesday, 10/1/13Good morning! Please remember to get your folder. Take out everything from your folder and place it into your binder before you do anything else.AgendaFirst FiveBenchmark AssessmentRead Gathering BlueRemindersGB Reading Guide C. 1-5 is due tomorrow
14BenchmarkYou will need 2 pencils. (It’s always good to have back-up. )Do your best! Just think the questions through and select the BEST answer.
15Wednesday, 10/3/13Good morning! Please remember to get your folder. Take out everything from your folder and place it into your binder before you do anything else.AgendaFirst FiveGB Reading Guide C. 1-5Meet with your assignment group to prepare for your presentation tomorrow.RemindersPrepare your part for the lit. study group tomorrow.
16GB C. 1-5 Review the answers to the reading guide as a whole class. Meet with your assignment group so that you may work together to prepare your part for the lit. study group tomorrow.See the information and samples provided for your assigned task.If you have any extra time, you may work on your next reading assignment.
17Thursday, 8/29/13Good morning! Please remember to get your folder. Take out everything from your folder and place it into your binder before you do anything else.AgendaFirst FiveLit. Study Groups MeetRemindersYour reading response activity should be completed by tomorrow.
18Lit. Study GroupsMeet with your lit. study group today. Each person should present their information to the group.After each person presents, begin working on your reading response. You may discuss the prompt with your group, but complete your own work. This is an individual activity that will be due by tomorrow.
19What Makes a Good Dicussion (p. 27) Empathetic Listening: Give your complete attention to the speakers, showing the students in your group that you value their contributions.Use positive body languageMake eye contactResponding to Group Members: Expand on other group members’ ideas by sharing your thoughts and feelings about what they contributed to the conversations.Clarifying: Ask questions to understand each other’s ideas better.Tell me more about. . .What do you mean. . .?Why do you think. . .?Sharing ideas and justifying opinions: Share parts of the book that demonstrate the core content that you are addressing and explain why they are important. Justify your opinions.I think is a good example of a metaphor because. . .I wonder if the relationship between these two characters would have changed if they had . . .I was surprised that the plot changed course because I was expecting . . .This part reminds me of because . . .I don’t understand why the author keeps on repeating this word . . .I like this section of writing because . . .I noticed. . . because . . .I wish because . . .I think this story is really about because . . .Self-reflection: Consider what has been done well, and make decisions about what needs to be improved. Set goals for the future.
20Participation Rating Expert Participant Willing Learner Brings reading material with passages clearly identifiedWilling LearnerBrings thoughtful written commentsBrings reading materialContributes significantly to discussionUnderstands purpose of reading circleKeeps the discussion goingBrings some written notesListens and responds thoughtfullyContributes to discussions occasionally or when promptedBuilds on others’ commentsMakes insightful connections to other readings and/or experiencesSometimes listens and responds appropriatelyOccasionally asks questionsDiscusses author’s style/literary elements, when appropriateShares ideas when askedReluctant ReaderActive ParticipantBrings reading material with passages identifiedNot prepared for discussionForgets written comments or reading materialBrings written commentsContributes appropriately to discussionsConversation off-taskListens actively and responds adequatelySeldom listens q Rarely responds to groupReluctant to ask relevant questionsMakes connections to other readings and/or experiencesUnwilling to share ideasDiscusses author’s style/literary elements (when appropriate)
21Friday, 8/30/13Good morning! Please remember to get your folder. Take out everything from your folder and place it into your binder before you do anything else.AgendaFirst FiveDOL, Vocabulary & Grammar QuizGB Reading ResponseRead GBHave a wonderful Fall Break!
22DOL, Vocab. & Grammar Quiz Do your best!These will be graded over Fall Break. They will go onto your grade for the next 9- weeks so that you will have the opportunity to make corrections.
23GB Reading Response C. 1-5What character and/or situation in Gathering Blue remind you of someone and/or situations in your own life? How are they similar and how do they differ?
24Literature Response Rating BeginnerResponse shows a minimal understanding of the response promptResponse uses no information from class discussions and/or text as supportErrors in spelling, punctuation, and capitalization that interfere with communicationLearnerResponse shows a basic understanding of the response promptResponse uses limited information from class discussions and/or text as supportSome errors in spelling, punctuation, and capitalization that do not interfere with communicationSkillfulResponse shows an understanding of the response promptResponse uses information from class discussions and/or text as supportFew errors in spelling, punctuation, and capitalizationExpertResponse shows an in-depth understanding of the response promptResponse is insightful, well developed and includes information from class discussions and/or text as supportControl of spelling, punctuation, and capitalization