Presentation on theme: "1.Lightening Review 2.New Review – Survival Skills – Call and Response 3.Practice: First-World Problems, Mingle Mingle 4.Worktime: Vocabulary 23 AA 1.H.E.L.P."— Presentation transcript:
1.Lightening Review 2.New Review – Survival Skills – Call and Response 3.Practice: First-World Problems, Mingle Mingle 4.Worktime: Vocabulary 23 AA 1.H.E.L.P. points: practicing survival skills 2.Turn in MDGR (Vocab 23) 3.Turn in blog: “ School ’ s Out Forever ” (1 st period only) Topic: Survival Skills / First World Problems Level: Interactive Listening January 10
Yesterday we... 1.Reviewed foundational concepts and routines: – LMG: Love My Group – Skittle Space Test 2.Created MDGR’s for Vocabulary 23.
Today’s Objectives Review, record, and integrate class routines and procedures. Set out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance, establishing one or multiple point(s) of view.
1. Think. 2. Say what you are thinking. 3. Say it at the appropriate time. Wait for another to finish speaking; raise your hand; keep comments on topic. 4. Say it sincerely, politely. 5. Stay seated. 6. Keep all food, drink, cell phones, gadgets, makeup, mirrors, and hairbrushes put away. (Exceptions: water in a transparent container and lip balm.) 7. Care. Be kind. Be nice. 8. Avoid the appearance of evilll. ;-) SURVIVAL SKILLS: rules for this room
Call and Response It’s how we come back together... I call : “Mrs. A!” You respond : “Loves my smile!” Look at me and... zip it.
First-World Problems “Problems” that would never be problems in poor, undeveloped countries, because those countries DON’T HAVE enough food, clean water, technology, jobs, schools, transportation, roads, shelter, clothing, peace or safety.
Write a “First-World Problem” MEME. 1.On your C-notes, list the kinds of things that annoy you pretty often. 2.Notice the items on the list that relate to privilege: food, shelter, clothing, technology, etcetera. 3.List the kinds of things you forget to be grateful for, because you take them for granted.
On Your Square 1.Write your name on the back. 2.Draw a first-world sad face, leaving room to write your meme. 3.One part of the meme: shows the problem or what you wanted but didn’t get. 4.The other part of the meme: shows the (first-world) privilege.