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1Unit 1: The Challenge of Change Ms. Oing English 2Unit 1: The Challenge of Change
2Before the music ends…Turn in your reading journals to your class’ black HW tray (NO LATE WORK)Clear your desks of all except a pencil (preferred) or blue/black pen.If you finish early:Pick up all four tables of contents for your IN and paste in on the assigned pagesPick up your new AoW by the door and start annotating itRead your IR book quietly/work on this week’s journalNO TALKING UNTIL ALL TESTS ARE IN!
3Unit 1: The Challenge of Change Ms. Oing English 2Unit 1: The Challenge of Change
4Before the music ends…Get out your interactive notebooks and open to page 7 & title it “Daily Oral Language Warmups”
5DOL Warm-Up Put today’s date in the left margin Copy the following two sentences into your notebooks & do your best to correct the errorsthe only way humans can explore the future are through there imagination and reasoningMany science fiction storyes is set in the futureDo not waste room; you will need to fit another 3 of these on this page (6 sentences)
6DOL Warm-Up Did you get them right? If not, fix them! The only way humans can explore the future is through their imagination and reasoning.Many science fiction stories are set in the future.If not, fix them!
7Agenda: 8/28/12 Warmup Grammar Review: Parts of Speech Unit 1 Introduction
9Grammar: Parts of Speech Open your IN to p17 and title “Grammar: Parts of Speech”Copy the following, and skip lines between:noun:pronoun:adjective:verb:adverb:preposition:conjunction:interjection:Write what you think each is (even if it’s a guess)
10Grammar: Parts of Speech Independent Practice On p17 (underneath your notes/guesses from the review), rate how confident you feel on each part of speech (1=I ROCK THIS, 8=huh?)Choose your BOTTOM 3 (6, 7, & 8) and do 6 grammar exercises posted on SchoolLoop for each of those parts on p16 of your IN (titled “Grammar: Parts of Speech Independent Practice”)Most of the worksheets have more than 6; you choose which 6 to do.You may take home your small Language Network books to help you if you feel you need it.
11Thematic Focus Unit 1 Turn to p95 in your IN Title the page “Thematic Focus”On the top half of the page, word blast:changeprogress
12Thematic Focus Unit 1On the bottom half of the p95, answer the following in reframed sentences:Why do you think people write stories about change?What kind of stories and experiences might you expect to read about in this unit?
13Thematic Focus Unit 1In Unit 1, students will read selections which explore various ways in which people, relationships, places, and societies change over time. This unit contains 2 parts, and selections in both parts contribute to the unit theme by examining how a variety of characters are affected by great changes in their lives.Selections in Part 1 (The Price of Progress) emphasize the effects of technological progress on characters in a number of settings.Selections in Part 2 (Cultural Crossroads) emphasize the changes in individuals and their relationships that are caused by cultural differences.
14For homework…Staple the handout of quotes over your work on p95 of your IN.Choose 2 quotes from Part 1, and 2 from Part 2 that speak to youWrite a 1/4p reflection for each of the 4 quotes on p94 of your IN.Draw lines in between the 4 reflectionsDo not copy quotes, just indicate by # & letterTitle it “Thematic Focus Reflection”
15Unit 1: The Challenge of Change Ms. Oing English 2Unit 1: The Challenge of Change
16DOL Warm-Up Grab your textbooks on the way in Put today’s date in the left margin (p7)Copy the following two sentences into your notebooks & do your best to correct the errors“Whose ringing that bell anyways, she asked.”Mrs. Maybury don’t know the answer to your question, replied Ben.Do not waste room; you will need to fit another 2 of these on this page (4 sentences)
17DOL Warm-Up Did you get them right? If not, fix them! “Who’s ringing that bell anyways,” she asked.“Mrs. Maybury doesn’t know the answer to your question,” replied Ben.If not, fix them!
18Agenda: 8/29/12DOL WarmupWriting Tips: Word ChoiceCharacter
19Reminders this week next week AoW 2 Reflection Friday Reading Journal Fridaynext weekGrammar: Parts of Speech Ind. Practice Tuesday
20Word Choice (Take notes on p57) How many words are there in the English language?Current estimates: 250,000-1,072,000How do you choose the right one?AudienceRelationshipPurpose/OccasionHistory/ContextDenotationConnotation
21Triggering Words On p56, draw the following table: Throughout the grading period, you are to come up with words that might be negatively “triggering” for certain people. Record the word, who it triggers, and why. I will check it on 9/21 for credit.A=20 words; B=15 words; C=10 words; D=5 wordsWordAudienceWhy
22Character Open your IN to p97 Open your textbook to p30 Title p97 “Searching for Summer”Copy the first sentence under Literary Analysis: CharacterWhile you are listening/reading, complete the web pictured at the bottom of p30 (on p97).
23Unit 1: The Challenge of Change Ms. Oing English 2Unit 1: The Challenge of Change
24DOL Warm-Up Grab your textbooks on the way in Put today’s date in the left margin (p7)Copy the following two sentences into your notebooks & do your best to correct the errorsJohn is real brave to explore a dangerously place all alone.Our teacher asked “which of the legends that Johns people believed were disproved by his journey”?Do not waste room; you will need to fit another 1 of these on this page (2 sentences)
25DOL Warm-Up Did you get them right? If not, fix them! John is really brave to explore a dangerous place all alone.Our teacher asked, “Which of the legends that John’s people believed were disproved by his journey?”If not, fix them!
27Reminders this week next week AoW 2 Reflection Friday Reading Journal Fridaynext weekGrammar: Parts of Speech Ind. Practice Tuesday
28Grammar: Sentences open INs to p19 and take notes What is required to make a sentence?subject (who/what is doing ___)predicateverb (what is s/he/it doing or being)complete thought
29Grammar: Sentences Clauses independent (aka ordinate) stands alonedependent (aka subordinate)contains subject & verb but do not express complete thought
30Grammar: Sentences How do you fix what’s broken? Attach it to something else compatibleAdd something to it
31Grammar: Sentences phrase NOT the same as a dependent clause A group of words that functions as a part of speech, such as an adjective or nounif on its own, is fragment: no subject, no verb, no complete thoughtExamples (do not need to copy)However, there are plenty of opportunities for students to create their own jobs.Maybe you are an outgoing person with good computer skills.Having worked with children, you will have an advantage over less-experienced sitters.
32Grammar: SentencesS or F: Although traditional after-school jobs are still popular.Fragment!S or F: I was tired.Sentence!My mother went to the store. Although she had many errands to run.My mother went to the store, although she had many errands to run.In the pool.My little sister almost drowned in the pool.
33Grammar: Sentences Reflection HW: on p18 draw or find a picture to illustrate each of the 4 concepts:sentencefragmentdependent/subordinate clausephrase
34Character Open your IN to p97 Open your textbook to p34 While you are listening/reading, complete the web pictured at the bottom of p30 (on INp97).
35HW: What’s my Motivation? p96 in your INThink of things that you do in your life. Explain what they are, then identify and explain your motives behind why you do them.Examples: school, work, shoplift, take care of family, insult, use hate speech, do good deeds, volunteer, hit people, etcA = 10; B = 7; C = 5; D=3
36Unit 1: The Challenge of Change Ms. Oing English 2Unit 1: The Challenge of Change
37DOL Warm-Up Put today’s date in the left margin (p7) Copy the following two sentences into your notebooks & do your best to correct the errorsMichael Crichton writed jurassic park a novel about a present day theme park with real dinosaurs.H.G. wells was another author that wroted about time travel in the book the time machine.
38DOL Warm-Up Did you get them right? If not, fix them! Michael Crichton wrote Jurassic Park, a novel about a present day theme park with real dinosaurs.H.G. Wells was another author who wrote about time travel in the book The Time Machine.If not, fix them!
39Agenda: 8/31/12DOL WarmupInteractive Notebook Review & Catch Up
40Reminders this week next week AoW 2 Reflection Friday Reading Journal Fridaynext weekGrammar: Parts of Speech Ind. Practice Tuesday
41Interactive Notebooks INs will be assessed/due on 9/28Part of the grade will be following specific directions (right pages on right page numbers)I will stamp assignments when it matters to me that they are on time, but you can include them later for reduction in points (as long as they are in by 9/28)All pages must be firmly attached, not falling outIf you are ever absent, check the class master copy to see what you have missed or you will lose points.
42Interactive Notebooks If you have put something on the wrong page, you may paste binder paper over it and re-do (if it cannot be erased or unglued.Assignments may be typed up/printed and attached to assigned pageIf you are only allotted a page to do an assignment and you need more room, continue on binder paper and staple
43Interactive Notebooks Table of Contents:p1: Mainp5: Grammar & Vocabularyp41: Writingp91: Literature(Self Inventory & Unit Overview we will get to next week)
44Interactive Notebooks Parent Checkins2-3 times per grading period you will show your INs to your parents and THEY will answer questions that I will give you, and they will sign.Graded assignment
45Interactive Notebooks Important Dates & DeadlinesUngradedPage for you to write the dates you think are importantEnd of GPCollaboration DaysDue DatesTest Days
46Interactive Notebooks Grading Period ReflectionAssignment to be completed on 9/28
47Interactive Notebooks: Grammar Daily Oral LanguageYou know what this is!Daily Oral Language ReflectionEnd of each week, write a reflection in paragraph form addressing the following topicsCorrections you did well (and why)Mistakes you missed (and why)Areas you need to work onBE SPECIFICChecked the following Monday (or Tues if Mon is a holiday)1/2p = A, 1/4p = C
48Interactive Notebooks: Grammar Grammar TopicsFilling in as we go:Parts of SpeechSentencesetcVocabularyWill be explained when we start next week
49Interactive Notebooks: Grammar Word CornucopiaWrite down words (and definitions) that you come across during the grading period (preferably in the curriculum/assignments/lectures) that you findInterestingFunPersonally meaningfulWords that you like or that just plain strike youA = 20; B = 15; C = 10; D = 5(Reflection will be end of GP)
50Interactive Notebooks: Grammar Word Wall & Word Wall Practice will be explained next weekHas to do with vocabulary assignments
51Interactive Notebooks: Grammar Golden LinesWrite down quotes you come across in this class, other classes, or things you read that are somehow meaningful to you or strike youGolden Lines Reflection will be done/explained later in semester
52Interactive Notebooks: Literature Independent Reading Ideas & Shared Reviews will be done 9/28Book Review & Book Review Reflection will be addressed laterUnit Test & Unit Test Reflection will be end of GP
53Interactive Notebooks: Literature Reading JournalYou know what that is!Even if you are skipping some because you are not trying for a 4 on the rubric, do them on the page for the week.RJ1=8/27RJ2=8/31RJ3=9/7RJ4=9/14RJ5=9/21RJ6=9/28
54Interactive Notebooks: Literature Reading Journal AnalysisEnd of each week, write a reflection in paragraph form addressing the following topics# of days spent readingTime periods reading (5m, 30m, etc)Things you tried that worked (and why)Thinks you tried that didn’t (and why)How much you are understanding the bookHow much you are enjoying the bookHow to improve reading experienceHow challenged this particular book makes you feelBE SPECIFIC1/2p = A, 1/4p = C
55Unit 1: The Challenge of Change Ms. Oing English 2Unit 1: The Challenge of Change
56DOL Warm-Up Grab your textbooks on the way in Put today’s date in the left margin (p9)Copy the following two sentences into your notebooks & do your best to correct the errorsA story beginning “On monday August in sunnyvale california the time was two-twenty three p,m.” is an example of how science fiction writers create suspence.Bradbury isnt opposed to technology: in fact he supports nasa, Americas Space Program.Do not waste room; you will need to fit another 3 of these on this page (6 sentences)
57DOL Warm-Up Did you get them right? If not, fix them! A story beginning “On Monday, August 19, 2002, in Sunnyvale, California, the time was two twenty-three p.m.” is an example of how science fiction writers create suspense.Bradbury isn’t opposed to technology; in fact, he supports NASA, America’s space program.If not, fix them!
59Reminders tomorrow this week Grammar: Parts of Speech Ind Practice Grammar: Sentence Illustrationsthis weekVocabulary Definitions ThursdayAoW 3 Reflection FridayReading Journal 3 Friday
60Vocabulary Definitions Teacher reads wordClass repeats wordTeacher reads sentenceStudents individually guess word’s meaningRepeat 1-4 to endStudents get definitions for HWDo NOT use word as part of definitionDefinitions must be 3 words or more longDefinition must match both part of speech and way word is used in sample sentence
61Plot, Suspense, & Foreshadowing Turn to p99 in your INCopy the following definitions at the top of the page:plot: the chain of related events that take place in a storyforeshadowing: clues in a text that hint to readers what comes latersuspense: excitement or tension
62Plot, Suspense, & Foreshadowing Open your textbooks to p72As you listen, write down the major events in the story, in orderp99 of IN
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66Reminders today tomorrow this week Grammar: Parts of Speech Ind PracticeGrammar: Sentence IllustrationstomorrowVocabulary Definitionsthis weekAoW 3 Reflection FridayReading Journal 3 Friday
67Writing Tips: Sentence Branching Open your IN to pg59 and take notessentences that follow the same pattern in an essay are boringshow lack of maturity as a writerExamples of “same pattern”:same # of words per sentencesame order of parts of speechall sentences start the sameall sentences end the same
68Writing Tips: Sentence Branching make sentences more sophisticated through “branching”frontmiddleend
69Writing Tips: Sentence Branching I drove my car to the beach._______, I drove my car to the beach.Hurriedly, I drove my car to the beach.I drove my car, _______, to the beach.I drove my car, radio blasting, to the beach.I drove my car to the beach, __________.I drove my car to the beach, praying the waves would be good.In your INs, add your own front, middle, & end branches (write the sentence 3 times).
70My BranchesThroughout the grading period, examine your own writing for instances of simple sentencesessaysjournalsHW assignmentsreflectionsWrite them down on pg58 in their original form, then re-write a branching you can use to improve it.A=10; B=7; C=5; D=3due Thursday, 9/27
71Plot, Suspense, & Foreshadowing Open your textbooks to p75As you listen, write down the major events in the story, in orderp99 of IN
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76Vocabulary Flashcards Share w/ elbow partner your definitionDecide which of you has the best definitionOn the red line:Write your assigned word (on the left)Write your names (on the right)On the lined side of the index card:LABEL & write the dictionary definitionLABEL & write your definition (paraphrased)On the unlined sideCreate a graphic or symbol to represent your wordWords/letters can be no more than 25% of total
77Plot, Suspense, & Foreshadowing Open your textbooks to p79As you listen, write down the major events in the story, in orderp99 of IN
78Reflections on Thunder On IN p100, reflect your thoughts now that you have finished the storyPossible topics may include:How did the author create suspense?Were you able to predict what was coming?Did you dis/agree with any of the characters’ actions or decisions?What would you have done differently?3 minutes
79Stages of Plot (please copy on IN p101) Plot is moved along by conflicts—struggles between or within charactersExposition: provides needed background informationRising Action: the part of the plot in which the conflict intensifies; usually starts when main conflict is introducedClimax: the turning point of the action, when the reader’s interest is at the highest pointFalling Action/Resolution: the action after the climax, in which the conflict is often resolved
80Stages of Plot (still on IN p101) Draw a line under your notes, then copy the following table:With your elbow partner, complete it for “A Sound of Thunder”StageStartsEndsExpositionRising ActionClimaxFalling Action
81Your Stage, Your PlotFor HW, on p98 of the IN, write a ½ pg reflection on what stage of plot you feel like you are in right now in the story of your life. Why do you think you are in that stage?
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85Reminders today next class next week AoW 3 Reflection Friday Reading Journal 3 Fridaynext classDOL 2 ReflectionReading Journal 3 Analysisnext weekVocabulary Sentences TuesdayAoW 4 Reflection FridayReading Journal 4 Friday
86ABC Review Copy the following to IN p71 Write an essay discussing the relative strengths and weaknesses of one particular source for news. Develop your ideas so vividly that a reader will have a clear understanding of the benefits and shortcomings of a particular source of news.
87ABC ReviewOn IN p71Attack the promptOn IN p70BrainstormChoose the orderWork with your elbow partner, but write your answers in your own INs
88Paragraph Structure Open INs to p61 Attach handout to p61 On p60, reflect which of the three colors would be most important. What do YOU think the percentage of each should be in your paragraphs?1/4p-1/2p
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92Reminders today tomorrow next week DOL 2 Reflection Reading Journal 3 AnalysistomorrowVocabulary SentencesBACK TO SCHOOL NIGHTnext weekAoW 4 Reflection FridayReading Journal 4 Friday
93Grammar: Adjective & Adverb Clauses (take notes on IN p21)subordinate clause: contains subject & verb but does not express complete thought and cannot stand alone
94Grammar: Adjective & Adverb Clauses adjective clause: s.c. used as adjectivestarts with relative pronounthat, who, whom, whose, whichor relative adverbwhere, when, whyExamples (do not copy):Willy Higinbotham is the scientist who invented the first computer game.It was he who developed computer tennis.Have you seen the computer that Higinbotham used?Have you seen the desk where Higinbotham sat?
95Grammar: Adjective & Adverb Clauses essential/restrictive clauses provide information necessary to identify noun/pronounnot set off with commasnonessential/nonrestrictive clauses add extra info about noun/pronoun whose meaning is already clearis set off with commasExamples (do not copy):Tourists can visit the laboratory that employed Higinbotham. Brookhaven National Laboratory, which employed Higinbotham, is in Upton, New York.
96Grammar: Adjective & Adverb Clauses adverb clause: s.c. used as adverbwhen, because, than, where, after, before, althoughExamples: (do not copy)Charles Babbage paved the way for the computer when he devised his “analytical engine.”Babbage’s invention was important because it proved machines’ ability to perform mathematical operations.Computers can solve complicated math problems faster than people can.
97Expository Essays: Dial vs. Digital Textbook p108An expository essay explains a particular subject with the purpose of helping the reader understand the subject more thoroughly.
98Expository Essays: Dial vs. Digital IN p103As you read/listen, fill out the following chart:Write down 3 of each that you read/hearUnderneath your chart, answer the following in a reframed sentence:What do you think is the theme, or most important message, of the essay?FACTSOPINIONS1.2.3.
99HW: Then vs. Now IN p102 A=1p; B=3/4p; C=1/2p; D=1/4p Computers, video games, software, telephones, fax machines, televisions—what will they be like 10 or 20 years from now? Will the technological wonders of today be collecting dust in a closet? Think about some of the changes in technology that you have witnessed in your own lifetime. How have they affected you? Do you think progress in technology always improves the quality of life?A=1p; B=3/4p; C=1/2p; D=1/4p
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103Reminders today this week Vocabulary Sentences BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT AoW 4 Reflection FridayReading Journal 4 Friday
104Vocabulary Review Column 1: Fill in the words & parts of speech Column 2: Your best recollection of the definitionColumn 3: Rate your knowledge/comfort with the word nowColumn 4: The actual definition, from your chart or dictionary (for HW)indomitable (adj)unavailing (adj)voluble (adj)withered (adj)annihilate (v)expend (v)infinitesimal (adj)primeval (adj)revoke (v)taint (v)
105Nonfiction Writing Open TB to p104-105 Open IN to p105 Take notes on: 5 kinds of nonfiction writingYou need to be able to tell the difference between them, like on a test
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109Reminders tomorrow this week Vocabulary ReviewVocabulary Quizthis weekAoW 4 Reflection FridayReading Journal 4 FridayBe finished “catching up” your INs with anything you’ve missed by Monday; I will start collecting them then!
110Writing Tips: Revising (Open IN to p63 and take notes)revising: to alter something already written or printed, in order to make corrections, improve, or update
111Writing Tips: Revising Two Levels of Revision:SurfaceChanging awordphrasesentenceDeepChanging thefocus of the piecepurpose of the piecesequence of the piecediscoursepoint of view
112Writing Tips: Revising Revise like a STARSubstituteoverused wordsweak verbs with strong verbsweak adjectives with strong adjectivescommon nouns with proper nouns“dead” words
113Writing Tips: Revising Take Things Outunnecessary repetitionsunimportant or irrelevant informationparts that might belong in another piece
114Writing Tips: Revising Adddetaildescriptionnew informationfigurative languagedevelopmentclarification of meaningsexpanded ideas
115Writing Tips: Revising Rearrangethe sequence to produce a desired effectthe order for a more logical flow
116Revising Set-Up On p62 of IN, write about something that bothers you. Don’t think too hard about this; I want a first-draft with no revision whatsoever!“First draft sneeze”10-15mins only
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120Reminders today tomorrow Vocabulary ReviewVocabulary QuiztomorrowAoW 4 Reflection FridayReading Journal 4 FridayBe finished “catching up” your INs with anything you’ve missed by Monday; I will start collecting them then!
121Vocabulary QuizFill in the blanks with the correct words from the word bankNo credit if word is misspelledTurn test over on desk when finishedNon-disruptive electronics use is welcome once test is completedRemain quiet until everyone is finished or time is upTYPOS#6 “continual” should be “continually”#8 “problem” should be “population”
122Theme (Open IN to p107 for notes) theme: central idea in a work of literatureperception about life or human naturemoralcannot be expressed in one wordusually not directly statedinfer from:settingcharacterplot
123Theme (open textbooks to p145) infer from setting (do not copy below) look at details re: time & placedescriptions can show effects on characters or plotthink about why writer chose particular settingWould events be different in another time/place(do not copy below)In the passage given from “Searching for Summer,” what are the effects of the cloud cover on the landscape and the people?
124Theme infer from character (do not copy below) namesactionsvaluesmotivations(do not copy below)In the passage given from “Searching for Summer,” why is it important to Tom and Lily that the cottage remain undisturbed?
125Theme infer from plot character decisions outcomes of decisions repeated eventslessons learned (esp of main character/s)does any situation/thing change?look at conflict
126Theme nonfiction (Do not copy following) similar techniques in narrative forms (autobiography, biography)nonnarrative forms, look for main idea or thesis(Do not copy following)What theme did you come up with for “Dial vs. Digital” on INp103Check it against the theme given on TBp146
127Theme: Drawing Conclusions (back on p107)drawing a conclusion (or making an inference)combine text information with prior knowledgetake all relevant details into accountconsider all factorsmake educated hypothesis/guess
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131Inferring Theme from Plot Open IN to p109Answer in a reframed sentence:What kinds of changes do you think people go through when they immigrate to the United States and adapt to a new way of life?
132Inferring Theme from Plot Open textbooks to p160Copy the chart below. As you read “The Son From America,” list events (mostly focused around the son), consider the outcomes of the events, and use that to find the theme(s) these suggest.EventOutcome1. Son moves to America.1. Son makes money as a baker.2.3.Theme:
133Changing HistorySometimes events in life are referred to as “linchpins” because they are crucial events that, had they not happened, would have resulted in things being very different. On p108 of your IN, choose three linchpins in the story; three events that could have changed the theme entirely. Identify what the events are, and how things would have been different had the outcome changed.
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138Vocabulary Definitions Teacher reads wordClass repeats wordTeacher reads sentenceStudents individually guess word’s meaningRepeat 1-4 to endStudents get definitions for HWDo NOT use word as part of definitionDefinitions must be 3 words or more longDefinition must match both part of speech and way word is used in sample sentence
139Inferring Theme from Character IN p111, TB p150As you read, keep track of how Gideon and Mrs. Farquar interact. Quarter your page (leaving some lines at the bottom for the theme) and write down what both Gideon & Mrs. Farquar say & do.Based on character interactions, what do you think the theme is?
140A Character’s Measure Answer the following on IN p110 A=1/2p, =1/4p Imagine that Gideon had cooperated with the white scientist by revealing his people’s secret herbal treatments. How would that have changed your judgment of his character?A=1/2p, =1/4p
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144Reminders today tomorrow this week next week 1st Draft Sneeze (what bothers you)tomorrowVocabulary ChartsTriggering Wordsthis weekAoW 5 Reflection FridayReading Journal 5 Fridaynext weekUnit Test ThursdayBook Review FridayInteractive Notebooks Friday
145STAR Revising Open INs to p62 Re-read your first-draft sneeze. Find 4 places to revise:STARIndicate on the index card (by letter) which you are doing, write original, and write the revision.Staple to top of p62 when done
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148Agenda: 9/20/12 DOL Warmup Vocabulary Flashcards Reading for Information
149Reminders today tomorrow next week Vocabulary Charts Triggering Words AoW 5 Reflection FridayReading Journal 5 Fridaynext weekVocabulary Sentences TuesdayUnit Test ThursdayBook Review FridayInteractive Notebooks Friday
150Vocabulary Flashcards Share w/ elbow partner your definitionDecide which of you has the best definitionOn the red line:Write your assigned word (on the left)Write your names (on the right)On the lined side of the index card:LABEL & write the dictionary definitionLABEL & write your definition (paraphrased)On the unlined sideCreate a graphic or symbol to represent your wordWords/letters can be no more than 25% of total
151Reading for Information (take notes on IN p113)distinguish facts from opinionsfact: can be proven correct or incorrectopinion: statement of beliefs, judgments, feelingsaka nonfact(Write down 3 words or phrases that would signify an opinion is being stated)
152Reading for Information (take notes on IN p113)reliability/credibility: dependability, trustworthiness, legitimacySource (person or organization reporting)backgroundinterestsassociationsobjectivesDatamethod of collectionpopulation sizescientific methodperson/group responsible for collecting
153Reading for Information IN p113, TB p181Answer “Your Turn” questions 1, 2, and 3 in reframed sentences.
154Evaluate Your Sources IN p112 Think of ten sources in your life from where you get news. These can be specific people, websites, magazines, TV shows, etc. Rank them in order of reliability/credibility (1 is most credible, 10 is least credible). Explain why each was ranked there.
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158Reminders today next week AoW 5 Reflection Reading Journal 5 Vocabulary Sentences TuesdayUnit Test ThursdayBook Review FridayInteractive Notebooks Friday
159ABC ReviewGlue/staple the quarter-sheet to IN p75
160ABC ReviewOn IN p75Attack the promptOn IN p74BrainstormChoose the orderWork with your elbow partner, but write your answers in your own Ins8 minutes!
161Thesis Statements (take notes on IN p65) thesis: a single, clear sentence, which expresses the central argument or idea the paper will develop.main ideatopic sentence
162Thesis Statements A good thesis: makes a claim and chooses a side and gives reason(s)uses forceful language (must, should, is, will, does)What you’re writing is NOT up for discussionas brief as possible, without losing informationnot too detailed or narrowYou need room to grow your ideassometimes previews main pointsThe scientist Galileo is an important figure who should be studied due to his influence in both science and mathematics.
163Thesis Statements Samples (do not copy) Which one is better? Smoking should only be allowed outdoors.Smoking should only be allowed outdoors because of how disgusting smoke is.Racism is different in 2011 than it was in the Seventies.Racism is different in 2011 than it was when Rosa Parks was sent to the back of the bus.
164Thesis Statement Practice IN p64For the following six issues/topics, write a sample thesis statementlegalizing abortionlowering drinking age to 18legalizing drugsdress codes at schoollegalizing gay marriageshorter work-week, longer hours (4 10-hour days instead of 5 8-hour)Make three of them “pro” and three “con”
165Thesis Statement Practice What’s pro vs. con?Example:Issue: increasing class sizes.Pro – Class sizes should be increased to maximum capacity in order for schools to use their available funds in more needed areas.Con – Class sizes should not be increased because putting more students in a classroom will have adverse effects on education.
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169Reminders tomorrow this week Vocabulary Sentences Vocabulary Review WednesdayVocabulary Quiz WednesdayUnit Test ThursdayBook Review FridayInteractive Notebooks Friday
170Conflicts (take notes on IN p115) conflict: problem or struggle between opposing forces that arises because of differencesvalues, beliefs, customsTwo categories of conflictExternalMan vs. ManMan vs. NatureMan vs. SocietyInternalMan vs. Self
171ConflictsOpen TB to p188Copy blue chart on IN p115 & complete while listeningAs you read, take notes on the cultural characteristics of the village and the city, noting especially where they might come into conflictCulture of the CityCulture of the VillagePeople can marry across cultural and ethnic lines
172Cultural ChangesOn IN p114, answer the following in a reframed sentenceWhat do you think is gained and lost when a society changes from traditional ways of life to modern ways?A=1/2p; C=1/4p
173Unit 1: The Challenge of Change Ms. Oing English 2Unit 1: The Challenge of Change
176Reminders today tomorrow this week Vocabulary Sentences Thesis Statement PracticetomorrowVocabulary ReviewVocabulary Quizthis weekUnit Test ThursdayBook Review FridayInteractive Notebooks Friday
177Vocabulary Review Column 1: Fill in the words & parts of speech Column 2: Your best recollection of the definitionColumn 3: Rate your knowledge/comfort with the word nowColumn 4: The actual definition, from your chart or dictionary (for HW)anecdote (n)proximity (n)remorse (n)versatility (n)construe (v)persevere (v)impudent (adj)indifferent (adj)myopic (adj)prevalent (adj)
178Thesis Statements Review Does it:state a strong positionuse forceful languageexpress position/reasoning concisely (without unneeded words)preview reasoning without being too detailed
179Thesis Statement Variety (take notes on INp67)Action Verb Topic Sentencesalso known as IVF (Identify-Verb-Finish)choose action verb firstfill in subject and predicate around it
180Thesis Statement Variety IdentifyVerbFinish your ThoughtHurricane Katrinadestroyedparts of the Louisiana and Mississippi Gulf Coast.The attack by Japanese war planes on Pearl Harbor in HawaiisparkedUnited States involvement in World War II.Arnold Schwarzenegger, the governor of California,bannedjunk food in schools because of his campaign for healthy living.A study from Stanford Universityidentifiedmajor problems later in life for teenagers who smoke.Add one of your own, for any one of the 4 ABC Review topics
181Thesis Statement Variety When/Where + What’s Happeningchoose the where or when firstadd a “what’s happening”What could happen?What will happen?What should happen?What did happen?What might happen?What could have happened?
182Thesis Statement Variety Where/WhenWhat’s HappeningEach day at lunch,too many high school students make poor choices about what to eat.In some parts of the country,citizens conserve energy in creative and interesting ways.When an underdeveloped country is in trouble,every single country who has the means to help should send what aid it can.Every day, in state and federal capitals across the country,decisions are being made in the form of laws that could affect every person, and citizens need to know.Add one of your own, for any one of the 4 ABC Review topics
183Unit 1: The Challenge of Change Ms. Oing English 2Unit 1: The Challenge of Change
186Reminders today tomorrow this week Vocabulary Review Vocabulary Quiz Unit Testthis weekBook Review FridayInteractive Notebooks Friday
187Vocabulary QuizFill in the blanks with the correct words from the word bankPoints will be deducted if word is misspelledTurn test over on desk when finishedNon-disruptive electronics use is welcome once test is completedRemain quiet until everyone is finished or time is up
188Vocabulary Quiz Reflection Staple or glue your returned/graded quiz to the upper half of INp33Complete the following sentences on the bottom half of the paperOn this quiz I scored a _____.I expected to score a _____.The reason(s) why I did/not meet my expectation is/are ___________________.Copy the words you missed (with their correct definitions) to INp37 (Word Wall)