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2 Book Club Meetings English 2

3 SIT WITH YOUR BOOK CLUB 1.Josh, Roberto, Alvin, Jimmy 2.Alma, Nhu, Steven, EddyD 3.Luis, Pavel, QuynhNhi, Kate, Jesus 4.Juan, Yesenia, Andy, Edgar, Ruben 5.Cassidy, EddyP, Mitzi, Izabel 6.Matthew, Kayla, Vlad, Perla 7.Arnold, Terri, Jade 8.Ashley, Elissa, Uyen, Liliana

4 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Special Testing Schedule- Report to 3rd *Article of the Week *Genius Hour MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Special Testing Schedule *Article of the Week *Genius Hour

5 Agenda: 4/7/14 Book Clubs  Find/Meet Groups  Book Club Agreements

6 Book Club Agreements Meeting/Reading Schedule  Fill in the dates and pages for the meetings 1.4/7 2.4/14 3.4/28 4.5/5 5.5/12 6.5/19 Decide guidelines  One must deal with electronic use Define “unprepared” and decide consequences  Make it something you CAN enforce, and others DON’T WANT to do

7 Getting Into Theme English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

8 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Special Testing Schedule- Report to 3rd *Thematic Inquiry *Article of the Week *Genius Hour MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Special Testing Schedule *Article of the Week *Genius Hour

9 Agenda: 4/9/14 Warmup Thematic Inquiry

10 The theme for the last grading period is…

11 Thematic Inquiry The theme for the last grading period is… The Making of HEROES Open the group doc on gDrive and complete it before the timer runs out

12 Exit Ticket

13 Who’s the REAL Hero? English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

14 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Special Testing Schedule- Report to 3rd *Thematic Inquiry *Persuasive Writing *Article of the Week *Genius Hour MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Special Testing Schedule *Article of the Week *Genius Hour

15 Agenda: 4/10/14 Warmup Real Heroes

16 SCREENS DOWN In the time allotted, debate at your table which of the following is MORE a hero than the other  Firefighters vs. Marines/Army/Navy  Care Bears vs. Mothers  Obama vs. Hitler  Batman vs. Police Officers  Son Goku vs. Lucario

17 Heroic Traits? Not afraid of anything Money Immortality Superpowers Brilliance

18 Not afraid of anything Heroic? More likely to rush into danger to save people Anti-Heroic? Don’t have to overcome fear; dangerous things come easier than for someone who fears Could put people in MORE danger from impulsiveness

19 Money Heroic? Can be used to help people Anti-Heroic? Can buy your way out of problems Less adversity than poor

20 Immortality Heroic? Can be used to save more people, due to lack of recovery time between incidents Anti-Heroic? Harder to kill or hurt means less fear to overcome Means little to risk life, as life not being risked

21 Superpowers Heroic?Anti-Heroic?

22 Brilliance/Genius Heroic?Anti-Heroic?

23 Persuasive Writing In your Kidblog, make a 200+ word post arguing ONE of the following (not both, not midway): a.Superpowers or special abilities make one more of a hero. b.Superpowers or special abilities make one less of a hero. Use at least 3 examples to prove your point Tag it “superpowers”  Comment on your classmates’ entries

24 Exit Ticket

25 Genius Hour English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

26 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Special Testing Schedule- Report to 3rd *Thematic Inquiry *Persuasive Writing *Article of the Week *Genius Hour MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Special Testing Schedule *Article of the Week *Genius Hour

27 Agenda: 4/11/14 Warmup Genius Hour

28 ENTIRE PERIOD Only use a Chromebook out if it’s needed for this stage of your work  GH this time is worth at least 600 pts total (350 journals, 250 presentation)…maybe more Due by midnight today, not exit ticket  Entry in Kidblog 250+, “Genius Hour” category What are you doing for GH? How are you progressing so far, and what have you learned? What challenges do you face, and how will you overcome them?

29 Book Club Meetings English 2 Sit with your book club and have your role sheet, folder, and book out before the bell rings

30 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets Special Testing Schedule *Article of the Week *Genius Hour MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Collab-Early*Article of the Week

31 Agenda: 4/14/14 Book Clubs  SSR (15m)  Book Club Meeting (30m)

32 Silent Reading Read your book silently for 15 minutes  If you have not finished your assigned book club reading, you may do so now  If you have finished book club reading and don’t wish to move on, you may read another book of your choosing. I will start the timer when everyone is silent and reading

33 Book Clubs

34 Everyday Heroes English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

35 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets Special Testing Schedule *Everyday Heroes Special Testing Schedule *Everyday Heroes *Article of the Week *Genius Hour MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Collab-Early*Article of the Week

36 Agenda: 4/15/14 Warmup Everyday Heroes

37 Open document in gDrive Read article “The Man in the Water”  You may listen to audio (link in gMail) if you have and use headphones Answer questions at end

38 Exit Ticket

39 Everyday Heroes, cont English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

40 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets Special Testing Schedule *Everyday Heroes Special Testing Schedule *Everyday Heroes *Unsung Eulogy *Article of the Week *Genius Hour MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Collab-Early*Article of the Week *Genius Hour

41 Agenda: 4/17/14 Warmup Everyday Heroes  Unsung

42 Heroes What made the man in the water a hero?  Saved other people’s lives before his own Why do you think the writer of the article left out the hero’s name? What is an “unsung” hero?

43 “The Leap” Go to the link in your gMail to the backchannel room Listen to the audio recording of the story  Make SENTENCES that: a.Show evidence of active reading (S) b.Identify how the mother is, or is not, a hero (O) What made the mother a hero?  Is she an everyday hero? How?  Is she an unsung hero? How?

44 Unsung Heroes In your Kidblog, make a 100+ word post with the tag “unsung” (no category) Write a eulogy to one of the unsung heroes (the man in the article yesterday, the mother in “The Leap”, or one of the other everyday heroes you found)  If your unsung hero is not dead yet, write it as if s/he had died doing the heroic act

45 Exit Ticket

46 Genius Hour English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

47 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets Special Testing Schedule *Everyday Heroes Special Testing Schedule *Everyday Heroes *Unsung Eulogy *Article of the Week *Genius Hour MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Collab-Early*Article of the Week *Genius Hour

48 Agenda: 4/18/14 Warmup Genius Hour

49 ENTIRE PERIOD Only use a Chromebook out if it’s needed for this stage of your work  GH this time is worth at least 600 pts total (350 journals, 250 presentation)…maybe more Due by midnight today, not exit ticket  Entry in Kidblog 250+, “Genius Hour” category What are you doing for GH, and what have you done since last week? How are you progressing so far, and what have you learned? What challenges do you face, and how will you overcome them?

50 Exit Ticket

51 Book Club Meetings English 2 Sit with your book club and have your role sheet, folder, and book out before the bell rings

52 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Collab-Early*Article of the Week *Genius Hour MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Article of the Week *Genius Hour

53 Agenda: 4/28/14 Book Clubs  SSR (15m)  Book Club Meeting (30m)

54 Silent Reading Read your book silently for 15 minutes  If you have not finished your assigned book club reading, you may do so now  If you have finished book club reading and don’t wish to move on, you may read another book of your choosing. I will start the timer when everyone is silent and reading

55 Book Clubs

56 A Real Hero? English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

57 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *And of Clay we are Created *Collab-Early*Article of the Week *Genius Hour MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Article of the Week *Genius Hour

58 Agenda: 4/29/14 Warmup Real Heroes?

59 POLL

60 SCREENS CLOSED/DOWN In your table, discuss the given question(s) in the allotted time. Choose someone to report out if table is asked. 1.Which person is MORE of a hero: someone who makes a difference to hundreds, or someone who makes a difference to one person? Why? 2.Agree or disagree: A hero is only a hero if lives are saved. 3.Agree or disagree: A hero who succeeds at his/her task is a better hero than one who tries hard but fails

61 “And of Clay Are We Created” Go to backchannel link given in gMail  Participate in discussion while listening to audio  S: Sentences that demonstrate active reading  O: Sentences that evaluate whether or not Rolf Carle is a hero

62 Exit Ticket

63 A Real Hero? English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

64 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Collab-Early *And of Clay Are We Created *Article of the Week *Genius Hour MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Article of the Week *Genius Hour

65 Agenda: 4/30/14 Warmup Real Heroes?

66 “And of Clay Are We Created” Go to backchannel link given in gMail  Participate in discussion while listening to audio  S: Sentences that demonstrate active reading  O: Sentences that evaluate whether or not Rolf Carle is a hero Who is the hero? Why?

67 Exit Ticket

68 Comparing Versions English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

69 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Collab-Early *And of Clay Are We Created *Comparing Versions *Article of the Week *Genius Hour MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Article of the Week *Genius Hour

70 Agenda: 5/1/14 Warmup Comparing Versions

71 SCREENS CLOSED/DOWN 1.Open gDrive document shared today 2.Read news article linked at top 3.Complete chart comparing Allende short story with news article 4.Complete writing prompt at bottom

72 Exit Ticket

73 Genius Hour English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

74 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Collab-Early *And of Clay Are We Created *Comparing Versions *Article of the Week *Genius Hour MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Article of the Week *Genius Hour

75 Agenda: 5/1/14 Warmup Genius Hour

76 ENTIRE PERIOD Only use a Chromebook out if it’s needed for this stage of your work  GH this time is worth at least 600 pts total (350 journals, 250 presentation)…maybe more Due by midnight today, not exit ticket  Entry in Kidblog 250+, “Genius Hour” category What are you doing for GH, and what have you done since last week? How are you progressing so far, and what have you learned? What challenges do you face, and how will you overcome them?

77 Exit Ticket

78 Book Club Meetings English 2 Sit with your book club and have your role sheet, folder, and book out before the bell rings

79 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Article of the Week *Genius Hour MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Article of the Week *Genius Hour *ALL LATE WORK DUE

80 Agenda: 5/5/14 Book Clubs  SSR (15m)  Book Club Meeting (30m)

81 Silent Reading Read your book silently for 15 minutes  If you have not finished your assigned book club reading, you may do so now  If you have finished book club reading and don’t wish to move on, you may read another book of your choosing. I will start the timer when everyone is silent and reading

82 Book Clubs

83 Defining the Hero English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

84 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Article of the Week *Genius Hour MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Article of the Week *Genius Hour *ALL LATE WORK DUE

85 Agenda: 5/6/14 Warmup Revisiting Heroes Mythic Heroes

86 Revisiting Heroes Look over the definition your table previously constructed for “hero” (Thematic Inquiry file from 4/9)  Considering the discussions and literature read, has your opinion changed at all? When your table has reached a consensus on what defines a hero (or when time is up), one person in your group that definition to

87 Defining the Hero How do we define a hero now? How did people in other times (Medieval period, Ancient Greeks) define a hero? Open gDrive document shared today and complete TOP SECTION ONLY (Modern Heroes)  Do NOT do Medieval or Ancient; that is for later this week/next week

88 Exit Ticket

89 Medieval Heroes English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

90 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Article of the Week *Genius Hour MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Article of the Week *Genius Hour *ALL LATE WORK DUE

91 Agenda: 5/7/14 Warmup Medieval Heroes

92 Who is the most famous Medieval hero?  Who is the most famous Arthurian hero? Open gMail titled “Medieval Hero Links 5/7”  Open Backchannel and comment while listening to the story being read aloud, for participation S: Active reading O: Theme-related commentary

93 Exit Ticket

94 Medieval Heroes English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

95 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Article of the Week *Genius Hour MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Article of the Week *Genius Hour *ALL LATE WORK DUE

96 Agenda: 5/8/14 Warmup Medieval Heroes

97 What (if anything) made Arthur a hero? Open gMail titled “Medieval Hero Links 5/8”  Open Backchannel and comment while listening to the story being read aloud, for participation S: Active reading O: Theme-related commentary

98 Exit Ticket

99 Book Club Meetings English 2 Sit with your book club and have your role sheet, folder, and book out before the bell rings

100 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Article of the Week *Genius Hour *ALL LATE WORK DUE MonTuesWedThursFri Collab-Early *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets (NO SSR) *Return Books 6 th *Benchmark Exam *Return Books 3 rd & 4 th *Article of the Week *Genius Hour

101 Agenda: 5/12/14 Book Clubs  SSR (15m)  Book Club Meeting (30m)

102 Silent Reading Read your book silently for 15 minutes  If you have not finished your assigned book club reading, you may do so now  If you have finished book club reading and don’t wish to move on, you may read another book of your choosing. I will start the timer when everyone is silent and reading

103 Book Clubs

104 Medieval Heroes English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

105 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Article of the Week *Genius Hour *ALL LATE WORK DUE MonTuesWedThursFri Collab-Early *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets (NO SSR) *Benchmark Exam *Return Books *Article of the Week *Genius Hour

106 Agenda: 5/13/14 Warmup Medieval Heroes  Lancelot  Galahad

107 Medieval Heroes Who is Sir Galahad? Open gMail titled “Medieval Hero Links 5/13”  Open Backchannel and comment while listening to the story being read aloud, for participation S: Active reading O: Theme-related commentary Open the “Defining a Hero” assignment and, with your group, start listing traits you believe would be included in the definition of a Medieval hero, based on the selections read in class

108 Exit Ticket

109 Medieval Heroes English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

110 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Defining the Hero-Medieval *Article of the Week *Genius Hour *ALL LATE WORK DUE MonTuesWedThursFri Collab-Early *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets (NO SSR) *Defining the Hero *SENIOR GH VIDEOS *Benchmark Exam *Return Books *Article of the Week *Genius Hour

111 Agenda: 5/14/14 Warmup Medieval Heroes  Chivalry

112 What is the medieval hero? Open “Defining the Hero” assignment  What did your group come up with yesterday? Knights followed the code of chivalry  Go to  Write a definition based off the Charge Given to Knights by King Arthur Dictionary use probably required  Use evidence from the 3 stories read (Crowning of Arthur, Sir Lancelot du Lake, Tales of the Round Table-Galahad) to complete proof/evidence of definition Sections for MODERN HERO and MEDIEVAL HERO should be completed by end of period!

113 Exit Ticket

114 Ancient Heroes English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

115 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Defining the Hero-Medieval *Article of the Week *Genius Hour *ALL LATE WORK DUE MonTuesWedThursFri Collab-Early *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets (NO SSR) *Defining the Hero *SENIOR GH VIDEOS *Benchmark Exam *Return Books *Article of the Week *Genius Hour

116 Agenda: 5/15/14 Warmup Ancient Heroes

117 Using the information located on the following website, learn about at least four Greek heroes.  Open “Defining the Hero” and complete the “Ancient Heroes” section with a definition and proof from the information above.  If there is a GREEK (or Roman) hero not listed that you wish to use, or you wish to look at ancient heroes from a different culture, talk to me about finding reputable sources

118 Exit Ticket

119 Genius Hour English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

120 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Defining the Hero-Medieval *Article of the Week *Genius Hour *ALL LATE WORK DUE MonTuesWedThursFri Collab-Early *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets (NO SSR) *Defining the Hero*SENIOR GH VIDEOS *Benchmark Exam *Return Books *Article of the Week *Genius Hour

121 Agenda: 5/16/14 Warmup Genius Hour

122 ENTIRE PERIOD Only use a Chromebook out if it’s needed for this stage of your work  GH this time is worth at least 600 pts total (350 journals, 250 presentation)…maybe more Due by midnight today, not exit ticket  Entry in Kidblog 250+, “Genius Hour” category What are you doing for GH, and what have you done since last week? How are you progressing so far, and what have you learned? What challenges do you face, and how will you overcome them?

123 Exit Ticket

124 Book Club Meetings English 2 Sit with your book club and have your role sheet, folder, and book out before the bell rings

125 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Defining the Hero Senior GH Videos Due Benchmark Exam *Article of the Week *Genius Hour *Return Books MonTuesWedThursFri NO SCHOOLFinals: 1, 2, 7 *No class meeting Finals: 3, 4 *GH Presentations Finals: 5, 6 *GH Presentations SUMMER VACATION

126 Agenda: 5/19/14 Book Clubs  Book Club Meeting (30m)

127 Book Clubs Speak for entire 30 minutes  Use role sheets if needed If you can, discuss the book without the sheets Complete meeting assessment ONLY during the last 10m

128 Ancient Heroes English 2 Get Chromebooks, sign in, do warmup+gForm

129 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Defining the Hero Senior GH Videos Due Benchmark Exam *Article of the Week *Genius Hour *Return Books MonTuesWedThursFri NO SCHOOLFinals: 1, 2, 7 *No class meeting Finals: 3, 4 *GH Presentations Finals: 5, 6 *GH Presentations SUMMER VACATION

130 Overdue Library Books Deric Abril Devin Ary Justin Difuntorum Huynh Le Jeremiah Oliva Lenny Ramirez Arjun Sadiura Myron Washington

131 Overdue Library Books Josh Dizon Andy Le Cassidy Lostrie Jade Ortiz

132 Overdue Library Books Christian Gorostiza Adam Lin Daryl Miranda Kenneth Nguyen Marja Pambid Raymond Truong Thanh Vuong Ramon Zamora

133 Agenda: 5/20/14 Warmup Defining the Hero

134 Prepare for tomorrow All class discussion/debate on the nature of heroes  No insults or disrespect  Focus on the ideas, not the people  Participation is mandatory Inner circle: talking Outer circle: backchannel on CBs  Any additional guidelines?

135 Ancient Heroes Using the information located on the following website, learn about at least four Greek heroes.  Open “Defining the Hero” and complete the “Ancient Heroes” section with a definition and proof from the information above.  If there is a GREEK (or Roman) hero not listed that you wish to use, or you wish to look at ancient heroes from a different culture, talk to me about finding reputable sources Must be finished by midnight tonight!

136 Exit Ticket

137 Heroes Revisited English 2 INNER: Sit in front OUTER: Sit in back

138 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Defining the Hero Senior GH Videos Due Benchmark Exam *Article of the Week *Genius Hour *Return Books MonTuesWedThursFri NO SCHOOLFinals: 1, 2, 7 *No class meeting Finals: 3, 4 *GH Presentations Finals: 5, 6 *GH Presentations SUMMER VACATION

139 Overdue Library Books Deric Abril Devin Ary Justin Difuntorum Huynh Le Jeremiah Oliva Lenny Ramirez Arjun Sadiura Myron Washington

140 Overdue Library Books Josh Dizon Andy Le Cassidy Lostrie Jade Ortiz

141 Overdue Library Books Christian Gorostiza Adam Lin Daryl Miranda Kenneth Nguyen Marja Pambid Raymond Truong Thanh Vuong Ramon Zamora

142 Agenda: 5/21/14 Discussion: The Nature of Heroes

143 Discussion Topic: The Nature of Heroes Guidelines  Disagree with/take down the ideas, not the people  Be respectful; no insults  Make room for all to speak equitably; invite quiet ones in  Excessive logical fallacies may lead to “muting” or removal from discussion  Electronic devices only allowed for specific use authorized by Ms. O.G.  No food, drink, bathroom interruptions during discussion

144 Exit Ticket

145 Semester Final English 2 Find your answer sheet, sit in a desk away from other students and get out a pencil

146 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Defining the Hero Senior GH Videos Due Benchmark Exam *Article of the Week *Genius Hour *Return Books MonTuesWedThursFri NO SCHOOLFinals: 1, 2, 7 *No class meeting Finals: 3, 4 *GH Presentations Finals: 5, 6 *GH Presentations SUMMER VACATION

147 Overdue Library Books Deric Abril Justin Difuntorum Huynh Le Jeremiah Oliva Lenny Ramirez Arjun Sadiura Myron Washington

148 Overdue Library Books Josh Dizon Andy Le Cassidy Lostrie Jade Ortiz

149 Overdue Library Books Christian Gorostiza Adam Lin Daryl Miranda Kenneth Nguyen Marja Pambid Raymond Truong Thanh Vuong Ramon Zamora

150 Agenda: 5/22/14 Semester Final/Benchmark

151 Benchmark No “Form” letter (ignore) Writing is welcome only on answer sheet or scratch paper, not on test booklet When finished, leave in designated area (answer documents face down) If you finish early, you are welcome to do something quietly at your desk that does not disturb others.

152 Genius Hour English 2 FIND YOUR TEXTBOOK

153 Reminders MonTuesWedThursFri *Book Club Reading & Role Sheets *Defining the Hero Senior GH Videos Due Benchmark Exam *Article of the Week *Genius Hour *Return Books MonTuesWedThursFri NO SCHOOLFinals: 1, 2, 7 *No class meeting Finals: 3, 4 *GH Presentations Finals: 5, 6 *GH Presentations SUMMER VACATION

154 Overdue Library Books Deric Abril Devin Ary Justin Difuntorum Huynh Le Jeremiah Oliva Lenny Ramirez Arjun Sadiura Myron Washington

155 Overdue Library Books Josh Dizon Andy Le Cassidy Lostrie Jade Ortiz

156 Overdue Library Books Christian Gorostiza Adam Lin Daryl Miranda Kenneth Nguyen Marja Pambid Raymond Truong Thanh Vuong Ramon Zamora

157 Agenda: 5/23/14 Genius Hour

158 ENTIRE PERIOD Only use a Chromebook out if it’s needed for this stage of your work  GH this time is worth at least 600 pts total (350 journals, 250 presentation)…maybe more Due by midnight today, not exit ticket  Entry in Kidblog 250+, “Genius Hour” category What are you doing for GH, and what have you done since last week? How are you progressing so far, and what have you learned? What challenges do you face, and how will you overcome them?

159 Exit Ticket


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