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Bellringer #1 I can follow classroom rules/expectations...you walk in my classroom door? Do you know what to do when…...you finish working on your assignment?...I ask you to label your paper?...I am giving direct instruction?...I ask you to turn in your assignment?
Bellringer #2 1. What is a Family Resource Center? Who is my FRC coordinator at DCMS? What are some services she provides? 2. How many hall passes do I have per quarter? What do I have to do in order to use a hall pass?
Tuesday, August 19, 2014 Bellringer #3 RI.4 Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, The role of an appraiser is to estimate the value of land or real property. Real property is another way of saying real estate. In order to do this, appraisers often use comparables. Another house that has the same number of bedrooms, bathrooms, and room sizes would be a comparable if it is in the same neighborhood of the home being appraised and has a similar layout. The appraiser also investigates the condition of the home. All of this used to determine the value of a property. What is a comparable? A. a property to compare the value of another property B. The Estimated value of a home C. Another name for an appraiser.
Bellringer #4 vvvvvWednesday, August 20, 2014 *I can determine meaning of words & phrases By the mid-1800s, many groups sought fair and equal rights. Abolitionists spoke about the injustices of slavery. Factory workers sought for the enactment of child labor laws to protect children. Collective groups of women sought equal treatment and the right to vote, suffrage. Elizabeth Stanton and Lucretia Mott were vocal leaders in the Women’s Suffrage Movement. As they gained more supporters, they created an organization. Their viewpoints were considered troublesome by many community leaders and they faced intense pressure to stop seeking equal treatment. What does suffrage mean? A. The right to vote B. Injustice toward others C. Suffering for something
Bellringer #5 Synapses are important for sending information from one neuron in the brain to another. A synapse is the name given to cell structure that sends electric and chemical energy to different sections of the brain. When this event occurs, scientists say that a synapses has taken place. What is a synapse? A. A memory chemical B. A permanent section of the brain C. A cell used for sending information.
Friday, August 22, 2014—Bellringer #6 **I can make inferences** Describe 3 inferences you can make, with supporting evidence, based on the picture.
Bellringer #7 Tuesday, August 26, 2014 Read the “conversation voice” example below and identify what reading strategy is being used: (Yes, you can use your foldable) 1. I’m confused about… 2.What will happen to the boys when their parents are gone? 3.That part of the story is like… 4.Because of what I know about her, I believe she is… 5.This is what is going to happen next… 6.Context Clues… 7.Root words/suffixes/prefixes… 8.I feel this way when… 9.My opinion is that… 10.10. What were the main ideas of the text?
Bellringer #8 Wednesday, August 26, 2014 If it had not been for the candy bar wrapper that fell onto the floor, Kennedy would have never seen it. It was faded, but for some reason, it aroused Kennedy’s curiosity. The wrapper had the words “two wishes” written on it. Even though she knew it was probably nonsense, Kennedy wished anyway. I think Kennedy’s wishes will come true. Which reading strategy is being used here?
Bellringer #9 I can make inferences and predictions Fishing With Sam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMnx_3BC7EM
Tuesday, September 2, 2014 Every great artist needs inspiration. This is true even for the most renowned writers and painters throughout history. Diego Rivera is a Mexican artist that is known for his colorful murals. They depict life in Mexico during his time. He opposed the wealthier ruling class and drew images of everyday people conducting daily tasks in his images. What does ruling class mean? A. People that did daily tasks B. Individuals that forget the needy C. Those that were in charge in Mexican society.
Wednesday, September 3, 2014 Bellringer #12 1. Good Readers look for the bigger message to se how those ideas can influence their life. 2. Good Readers use new information to change or confirm what they think about the text. 3. Good Readers activate what they already know about a text. 4. Good Readers make mental pictures when they read. 5. Good Readers form opinions and support opinions with details. 6. Good Readers put the text into their own words. 7. Good Readers know that reading serves may purposes and they choose that purpose. 8. Good Readers use context clues to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words. 9. Good Readers make text to text, text to self, text to world connections as they read. 10. Good readers make educated guesses based on the text to determine what will happen next.
Bellringer #13 Making Inferences and Predictions For the Birds: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Upo668bS1nc
Bellringer #15 can identify Text Features What is the Name of the Chapter that Begins on Page 41? A.Birds of America B.Glossary C.C. Prehistoric Birds D.Endangered Birds
Bellringer #17 I can identify Text Features What specific text features could be added to this passage to make it easier to read and understand?
Bell ringer #18 I can determine meaning of words and phrases 1. Looking through the photo albums made them feel nostalgic for the old days. What is the best definition for nostalgic? A. Indulge B. Longing for C. Resistant 2. The hermit lived far from neighbors and came to town only once a month. What is the best definition for hermit? A.Joiner B.Farmer C.Loner
Bell ringer #19 I can identify text structure Most of the water that comes down in the form of precipitation is polluted. Nature has a natural way of cleaning these pollutants before water trickles through the ground and finds its way into rivers and streams. Microscopic organisms in the soil serve as a natural filtering system. After rain falls onto the ground, it sinks deeply into the soil. As it continues to travel downward, small microbes eat pollutants that are in the water. Microbes continue this process leaving the water cleaner than what it was when it first fell from the sky. 1. What is the overall structure of this paragraph? A. Compare and Contrast B. Statement and Support C. Problem and Solution
Bell ringer #20 I can identify text structures Wild chimpanzees are rapidly disappearing. Some people are trying to solve this problem. Otherwise, chimpanzees may one day exist only in zoos. People are trying to save the rain forests and woodlands where the chimps live from being cut down. It will take many people working together to solve this problem. A. Compare and Contrast B. Chronological Oder C. Cause and Effect D. Problem and Solution
Bell ringer #21 I can identify text structures Chimps live in groups and like each other a lot, but sometimes they fight. Because they don’t want to stay angry at each other after a fight, they make up by holding a hand out to the other and kissing. They show they are sorry with pats and hugs. Then the anger goes away. A. Chronological Order B. Statement and Support C. Cause and Effect D. Compare and Contrast
Bell ringer 22 No one knows the true origin of ice-cream, but the first published ice-cream recipe appears in “Mrs. Mary Eales's Receipts,” a cook book that was printed in London in 1718. Sometime around 1832, an African American confectioner named Augustus Jackson created multiple ice cream recipes and invented a superior technique to manufacture ice cream. Ice cream soda was invented around 1874, but the real breakthrough may have been at the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis, Missouri, when the American ice-cream cone was unveiled! What text structure is used in the above paragraph? Cite Textual evidence to support your answer.
Bell Ringer #23 1. Ice-cream is a delicious frozen treat that comes in a many different colors and flavors. Two of my favorite flavors are strawberry and chocolate. Though both of these flavors are delicious, strawberry may contain pieces of fruit while chocolate usually will not. Even though more chocolate ice- cream is sold across the country annually than strawberry, each flavor tastes great inside of a milk shake Which text structure is being used? Cite textual evidence to support your answer
Bell Ringer #24 Some people have a hard time remembering to get their loved ones appropriate gifts on Valentine's Day. This can lead to painfully long talks about "where the relationship stands." Perhaps the best way to avoid these talks is by taking the moral highroad. Instead of forgetting these holidays, choose not to celebrate them. Inform your loved one that you don't want to buy into the materialism and commercialism of these manufactured holidays. Tell that person that you want to have a relationship with them, not the marketers, and that you want to celebrate your love everyday, not just one day a year. It's a tough pitch, but if you can make the sale then you'll be in the clear for life. Which text structure is used? Cite textual evidence.
Bell Ringer #25 Being a clown isn’t all fun and games. Rodeo clowns expose themselves to great danger every time they perform. When cowboys dismount or are bucked off of bulls at riding competitions, rodeo clowns jump in front of the bulls and motion wildly to get their attention. In this way rodeo clowns provide an alternate target, and in doing so protect the rider. So you see, sometimes clowning around can be serious business. What is the central idea of the above text?
Bell Ringer #26 The wolverine, a medium sized mammal weighing no more than 50 lbs., has earned its reputation for ferocity with its documented ability to kill prey many times its size. The reason why wolverines have so many conflicts with other animals (including wolves, cougars, and even bears) is probably because of the wolverine’s preferred hunting style. Rather than chasing down or tricking its prey like most hunters, the wolverine prefers to take its meals directly from other hunters. So while a polar bear or a lone wolf might be enjoying a hard earned carcass, a hungr ywolverine may try to take his lunch. This keeps the wolverine in plenty of fights. What is the central idea of the above paragraph?
Bell Ringer #27 What’s that humming sound? Could it be hummingbird, the only bird capable of backward flight? Hummingbirds have many unique flight habits that distinguish them from other birds. Most birds flap their wings up and down to fly, but the hummingbird moves its wings forward and backward very rapidly in a figure eight pattern. This allows the hummingbird to hover in position, fly upside down, and move about very rapidly. And while other birds have to push off with their feet to begin flying, and work their ways up to their top speeds, the hummingbird can both start flying at maximum speed and stop flying instantaneously. After you’ve seen a hummingbird in flight, it’s unlikely that you’ll mistake them for another bird. What is the central idea of the above paragraph?
Bell Ringer #28 Remember, if something is worth doing, it is worth doing correctly. That said, the key to making perfect cookies is merely a matter of preparation and precision. To begin with, read your cookie recipe thoroughly before baking. Make sure that you have all of the necessary ingredients before you continue. Next, use good tools and utensils. Sometimes, the craftsperson is only as good as his or her tools. By using good tools you can minimize mistakes and improve the quality of your product. Lastly, you should use top quality ingredients. Unlike in the fairytales, you can’t turn lead into gold. If you use poor quality materials, you’ll create an inferior product. So, to make perfect cookies you should use the highest quality materials available. Bon apatite! What is the central idea of the above paragraph?
Bell Ringer #29 The title of modern-day wonder of the world should go to the Smithsonian Institution. It is the largest grouping of museums and art galleries in the world. You will find the Smithsonian in the heart of the nation’s capital, Washington, DC.. The Smithsonian has more than 100 million objects and specimens in its collections.. You may see, for example, George Washington’s false teeth, the inauguration gowns of the presidential first ladies, and the Apollo lunar landing module. The Smithsonian is so large that it takes weeks to see all of its collections. The Smithsonian also contains a zoo which houses more than 2,500 animals. The National Zoological Park and the National Air and Space Museum are two of the favorite attractions in the Smithsonian Institution. This collection of human knowledge, experience, and accomplishment is truly a wonder. What is the central idea of this passage? A.The zoo and the air space m useum are the most popular attractions B.George Washington’s teeth are o n display at the Smithsonian C.The Smithsonian is so massive, it could be called a Wonder o f the World D. The Smithsonian is located in Washington, DC.
Bell Ringer #30 Presto Learning Target: I can cite textual evidence that supports my analysis of what the text says explicitly. In the film, the amazing magician Presto forgets to feed his hungry rabbit one too many times. How do we know the rabbit is frustrated at Presto? Cite 2 pieces of textual evidence to support this. **Your response... One piece of textual evidence is... Another piece of textual evidence is...
Bell Ringer #31 Indiana Jones Learning Target: I can cite several pieces of textual evidence that supports my analysis of what the text says explicitly. 1. What happens to Indiana Jones after he steals the idol? Explain your answer using TWO pieces of textual evidence as support. **Your response... One piece of textual evidence is... Another piece of textual evidence is...
Bell Ringer #32 Ice Age Learning Target: I can cite several pieces of textual evidence that supports my analysis of what the text says explicitly. 1. Describe how Scrat feels about the nut “popping” out of the hollowed out tree stump. Cite TWO pieces of textual evidence to support your response. **Your response... One piece of textual evidence is... Another piece of textual evidence is...
Bell Ringer #33 The Moon Learning Target: I can cite several pieces of textual evidence that supports my inferences made from the text. 1. How do the two men feel about the young boy? Cite TWO pieces of textual evidence to support your response. **Your response... One piece of textual evidence is... Another piece of textual evidence is...
Bell Ringer #34 Toy Story Learning Target: I can identify the theme of a text. 1. What lesson does Sid learn in this clip? Cite TWO pieces of textual evidence to support your response. Sid learns... One piece of textual evidence is... A second piece of textual evidence is...
Bell Ringer #35 Monsters Inc. Learning Target: I can identify the theme of a text. 1. Mike Wazowski is eager to start college, but things don’t go as planned. What does he learn about college life? Cite TWO pieces of textual evidence to support your response. Wazowski learns... One piece of textual evidence is... Another piece of textual evidence is...
Bell Ringer #36 Learning Target: I can identify theme. One Man Band What is the lesson learned in this text? Cite textual evidence to support your answer.
Bell Ringer #37 Geri’s Game *I can identify irony in a text. 1. In the short film, what is an example of irony? Cite textual evidence to support your response.
Bell Ringer #38 Day and Night *I can analyze how an author develops and contrasts the points of view of different characters or narrators in a text. 1. When Day and Night first meet, each are frightened and suspicious of each other and get off on the wrong foot. Compare and contrast the two characters’ unique qualities and how they each offer a different window onto the same world.
Bell Ringer #39 Alma *I can analyze the development of a theme over the course of a text. A theme that emerged from this story is that “Curiosity kills the cat.” Explain how the plot events contributed to this theme.