Presentation on theme: "J.E. #12: Cell Phone Policies 1.CELL PHONES/ELECTRONIC DEVICES MUST NOT BE SEEN DURING TESTS, QUIZZES, VOCAB. WORK SESSIONS, DURING DESIGNATED GROUP SESSIONS,"— Presentation transcript:
J.E. #12: Cell Phone Policies 1.CELL PHONES/ELECTRONIC DEVICES MUST NOT BE SEEN DURING TESTS, QUIZZES, VOCAB. WORK SESSIONS, DURING DESIGNATED GROUP SESSIONS, WHILE YOU INSTRUCTOR OR YOUR PEER IS SPEAKING. 2.IF I SEE YOUR PHONE DURING ANY OF THE ABOVE TIMES, YOU WILL PLACE YOUR PHONE/DEVICE IN THE DESIGNATED AREA OR OPT FOR A WRITE-UP (I’D OPT FOR THE FORMER). 3.I WILL NOTIFY YOU WHEN YOUR CELL OR OTHER ELECTRONIC DEVICE CAN BE USED. IF YOU DON’T HEAR THIS STATEMENT FROM ME, ASSUME THAT YOU CAN NOT USE THE DEVICE AT THIS TIME.
J.E. #15: Diction 2/12/13 Copy: Newts are the most common of salamanders. Their skin is a lighted green, like water in a sunlit pond, and rows of very bright red dots line their backs. They have gills as large as larvae; as they grow they turn a luminescent red, lose their gills, and walk out of the water to spend a few years padding around in damp places on the forest floor. Their feet look like fingered baby hands, and they walk in the same leg patterns as all four-footed creatures- dogs, mules, and, for that matter, lesser pandas. – Annie Dillard, Pilgrim at Tinker Creek a.What is the difference between a lighted green and a light green? Which do you think creates a more vivid picture? b.What is the effect of saying fingered baby hands instead of simply baby hands? Apply: Compare the neck of each of the animals below to something familiar. Use Dillard’s comparison (Their feet look like fingered baby hands) as a model. The giraffe’s neck looks like__________________________________ The gazelle’s neck looks like ____________________________________ The flamingo’s neck looks like ___________________________________ Prepare to share and explain the attitude it conveys about the animal.
Publish-Ready Submission: Object Talking or Remembering an Incident Editors Creative and Thoughtful Title (“RAI” or “OT”) Highlight Vocab. (3 words from Unit 1; 1 from Unit 2) Properly punctuate Dialogue Detail (Shows, Does Not Tell)
Agenda: 2/12/2013 PRIORITY!!!: 1. LIT. ANALYSIS BACKGROUND NOTES 2. REVIEW UNITS 1-3: pp.42-47 and 48-50 Vocabulary Groups Review Unit 4; Flash Cards (last 10 words) Writing Workshop Mini-conf. on Comp./Cont. Essay Q & A Time ????Lit. Analysis Groups/Bckgrd Notes ????Comp./Cont. ????Publish-Ready
Homework: 2/12/13 Wednes., Feb. 13: Ensure that your Literary Period Work is complete (Background Notes on the assigned Period) Wednes., Feb. 13: Completed Vocab. 4 Flash Cards (last 10 words) Thurs., Feb. 14: Comp./Con. Graphic Org. on Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and Obama’s ‘09 or ‘13 Speech (Venn Diagram or T-Chart); Outline; Draft #1 Sat., Feb. 16, by 5:00 p.m.: Turnitin.com submission: Publish-Ready “Object Talking” or “Remembering an Incident”
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