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The Giver Lit Circle Communities. Your Group’s Mission  Now that you have completed your first meeting, spend some time evaluating and reflecting how.

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1 The Giver Lit Circle Communities

2 Your Group’s Mission  Now that you have completed your first meeting, spend some time evaluating and reflecting how well the expectations you created actually worked in your community.  To help with this process, you are going to get a chance to view your other peers’ community expectations (although some of you did not turn this in yet!).  Begin thinking about if/what you would like to change for the smoother functioning of your lit circle community.

3 Community #1: The Llamas & the Unicorn  2. Rules and consquences:  If you fail to complete an assignment you have to have it to finish by the next meeting.  If you fail to stay on task more then three times we will consult Mrs. Furness.  We will be respectful when other people are talking.  We will not start until we do our daily ritual opening/ greeting and will not end until we do our daily ritual closing/ ending  3. Unique:  We have a unique opening handshake and a closing handshake as well.

4 Community #2: MARK  1. TEAM NAME : MARK because M is for Mechelle A is for Audrey R is for Rachel K is for Kia  2. RULES  If you are gone your work to your group.  Try your best to use HOTS.  If you have a question ask group then teacher.  Do your work.  You have to participate.  3. IF YOU'RE GONE...  You have to get work done.  Apaligize to community.  You have participate more and answer to everything.  4. SPECIAL ABOUT OUR GROUP  We have to say MARK in sign language when come and leave.

5 Community #3: HOMIES R US  2- everyday needs to get their tasks done on time. Everybody needs to contribute to the group, and participate.  3- make the work up in the next group and depending on how bad they broke the rules, they have to do extra work.  4- special nicknames! That have the letter of our first names in them (:  Genna- Girrafe  Nelson- N Dog  Isiah- IPod  Elizabeth- Egg

6 Community #4: The Awesome People  2: 1. Get the work to your group  3: if you don't get your work done you have to do all the jobs with your team members  4: say we are fantabulous and supercalafragalisticexpialodotius

7 Community #5: The Cups Community  We are the cups community because the cups song by Anna Kendrick from pitch perfect Is our way of starting and ending the meeting  Rules  1. If you aren't able to attend the club you are still required to make up the work  2. If questions do not reach a minuet or more of discussion you have to reword it to make it better.  Consequences  1. The consequences will be that you have to finish your task before you enter the groups conversation  Unique  What makes our community unique is we do the cup song before we start and end every meeting

8 Community #6: Purple Bacon Pandas  Name: because Torin loves Bacon, I love purple, and Jade loves Pandas  Rules:  1. Do your work  2. Stay with group (on task)  3. Make a pages document when absent and send to another member with your work done  Punishments  All slackers or people who don't do the work will have to do double the work

9 Now what?  Now that you and your group members have experienced the running of your first meeting, AND had a chance to see how other communities are functioning, it is time to re-assess your “rules.”  Discuss and revise the rules that you created. A NEW person will be sharing the Google Doc today, so make sure that you all have the same information!


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