2Bell workALL bell work from (Bell work # 11) this point forward will be hand written in class in the students journal.The student will create a document in a word processing software, such as Microsoft Word, and type the bell work. One document with 10 bell works labeled and listed.Submit the bell work to every 10 bell works.
3Bell work #21Bell work: Choose your favorite animated movie/show (not already used in class) and write a creative headline. *Be sure to tell me the name of the movie/show!Reminder:Label Bell work #21Write the QuestionMinimum of one (1) complete paragraph (5 sentences), but you may need additional paragraph to explain.10-minute writing
4Bell work #22 Bell work: Autumn Reminder: Label Bell work #22 Write the Bell work10-minute writing
5Bell work #23 Bell work: Thanksgiving Reminder: Label Bell work #23 Write the topic and 5W’s and H and a lead10-minute writing
6Bell work #24Comma (Unnecessary), Spelling, Comma (Other)Typewriters, originaly designed as writing machines for the blind became popular in the business world in the 1880s, and created many new jobs for women.Reminder:Label the Bell work #22Write the sentence and correct any problems with a pen or another colored pencil5-minute writing
8Bell work #25Comma (Unnecessary), Quotation MarksHumorist, Mark Twain (1835–1910) wore white linen suits in summer and in winter, because they made him feel “clean in a dirty world”.Reminder:Label the Bell work #25Write the sentence and correct any problems with a pen or another colored pencil5-minute writing
10Bell work #26Colon, Quotation Marks, Comma (Appositive), Spelling, Comma (Other)Harriet Tubman, the former slave who became famous for her corage as a conductor on the Underground Railroad once made this statement “On my Underground Railroad, I never ran my train off the track and I never lost a passenger”.Reminder:Label the Bell work #25Write the sentence and correct any problems with a pen or another colored pencil5-minute writing
12Chapter 7: Writing a Quotation Read Chapter 7 p. 141Write Vocabulary on page 141Lecture PowerPoint Chapter 7Quotation Mark ReviewChapter 7 Handout ReviewRags to Riches GameQuotation Mark Handout 1Quotation Mark Handout 2Journalism 101: Quotation Use ReviewChapter 7 Test
13Review Chapter 7 Recognize and use different types of quotations Choose and place meaningful quotationsCorrectly punctuate quotationsUse quotations in graphicsDefine and use appropriate attributionUse attributive verbs
14Reference SectionSchaffer, James, Randall McCutcheon and Kathryn T. Stofer. Journalism Matters. Lincolnwood: Contemporary, 2001.