Presentation on theme: "Welcome! Today is Tuesday, April 15, 2014 - 41514 Please: turn off your phones, put them away, take out your: journals opened up to the notes you."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome! Today is Tuesday, April 15, Please: turn off your phones, put them away, take out your: journals opened up to the notes you took on the 9 pages, copy of the class novel, writing utensil, Put backpacks on the floor, and Prepare your journals for a Good Grammar Lesson
Good Grammar Review Their, There, and They’re 1. _______ is hope on the reservation. 2. Tribes are investing _______ money wisely. 3. __________ now able to invest in schools and health clinics. Who and Whom 1. ______ supported Junior? 2. ______ did Rowdy punch? Accept and Except 1. Make up a sentence with except. 2. Junior would not _____ his fate on the rez.
Good Grammar Review Continued Adjectives and Adverbs 1. What do adjectives modify? 2. Provide examples 3. What do Adverbs modify? 4. Provide examples Bring and Take 1. Junior will _________ Penelope to the Winter Formal. 2. They will _____ the fry bread to the powwow.
Good Grammar Review It’s and Its 1. What is it’s? Put it in a sentence. 2. What is its? Put it in a sentence. Your and You’re 1. What is your? Put it in a sentence. 2. What is you’re? put it in a sentence. Affect and Effect – what is the acronym? 1. Junior’s hydrocephalus ______ his speech. 2. What _________ did hydrocephalus have on his vision?
Good Grammar Review Semicolons 1. When is it appropriate to use a semicolon? 2. Provide an example. Than versus Then 1. Junior saw his mother’s name and _____ he threw the book. 2. _______ Mr. P went to talk to Junior.
Good Grammar Review Who, Which, and That 1. It was grandmother _________ gave him good advice. 2. The illustration __________ I like best is “Me as an Unintentional Disco Freak.” 3. The illustration, which was in pencil, was a gift for Rowdy.
Today’s Learning Goal We will be able to better understand why the Spokane Indians experienced so many challenges on the reservation. Progression of Learning We will reflect on Valentine Heart, the assignment for today. We will make our lists of joy. We will explore more of the history that lead to so much pain on the Spokane Reservation We will plan to watch a movie tomorrow.
Journal Reflection On a separate sheet of paper: Respond to Junior after you learn of all of his challenges. Draw connections between you two.
Fist to Five I better understand why the Spokane Indians experienced so many challenges on the reservation. Homework On a separate sheet of paper, make five joyful lists like Junior did in Valentine Heart. Bring “movie watching” treats (popcorn, licorice tub, sodas, etc.) for Smoke Signals.
Effective Note-Taking Format Chapter Title and page numbers (One Page for Each Chapter) Text Evidence in the form of quotes “………………” (Junior, pg. 14) Reaction to each quote This quote makes me think……… This actions shows me…… I’m wondering……….. Vocabulary Words and a quick summary of the chapter Information to answer the Essential Questions: What is his identity and how does it develop? and How does it affects the decisions he makes?