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D.O.R. for 11/10 1.) What will you always remember about Health class? 2.) How do you feel about Social Studies?
D.O.R. for 11/11 1.) What is your favorite city in Minnesota? 2.) WHY is that your favorite city?
D.O.R. for 11/12 1.) Name a spot in Minnesota that is important to you. 2.) WHY is it so important to you?
D.O.R. for 11/14 1.) Name one text feature you would find in a textbook. 2.) What is the job of that text feature?
D.O.R. for 11/17 1.) What is the capital city of MN? 2.) How do you spell our state name?
D.O.R. for 11/19 1.) What does the 1 st ‘S’ in TODALSS stand for? 2.) What does the 2 nd ‘S’ in TODALSS stand for?
D.O.R. for 11/21 1.) What does the ‘O’ in TODALSS stand for? 2.) Why do we need a legend on a map?
D.O.R. for 11/24 1.) Using the Table of Contents, what is the name of chapter 3? 2.) What pages does chapter 3 use?
D.O.R. for 11/25 1.) What is something you will always remember from D.A.R.E.? *Wear D.A.R.E. shirt tomorrow!! 2.) Name three cities in Minnesota.
D.O.R. for 11/26 1.) What is the primary dwelling of a Dakota? [p. 33] 2.) Name 3 things you are THANKFUL for. ***D.O.R. check today!
Welcome! Please get your D.O.R.s set up like this: D.O.R. Q2:1 FIRST AND LAST NAME HOUR 11/1912/2 11/2212/3 11/2512/4 11/2612/5 11/2712/6 ***TURN IN!
D.O.R. for 12/1 1.) Name something fun you did over Thanksgiving break. 2.) Which side of your brain book should class notes go on?
Reference Skills. They will help you! Know WHERE to find information Useful for ALL SUBJECTS *You need to know where to look!
Getting Direction – Map it Out! Today’s Goal: To learn the basics of using a map. This will include learning the definition of a map legend, identifying.
Welcome! Please get your D.O.R.s set up like this: D.O.R. Q3:2 FIRST AND LAST NAME HOUR 2/102/17 2/112/18 2/122/19 2/132/20 2/142/21 ***TURN IN! No School.
EACH TABLE WILL NEED A LAPTOP AND A POWER CORD BEFORE THE TARDY BELL RINGS!! PLEASE LOGIN AND BE READY TO GO…
Watertown City School District Grade 4 Social Studies Writing American Revolution- Chapter 6 Student Name: School Name: Print your name and the name of.
Text Features Information for this presentation is taken from the following source: ** Reader’s Handbook, A Student Guide to Reading and Learning by Great.
QOD for 11/28 After writing today’s date, please respond to the following: –Write down the following: “Immigration Unit exam”. Then using your table of.
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Effortful encoding through Dual Processing. Seeing and processing the structure of the chapter Simultaneously seeing and processing the content of.
Text Features Information for this presentation is taken from the following source: Reader’s Handbook, A Student Guide to Reading and Learning by Great.
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Review homework. Positive and negative points from your discussions about cross sections.
National Honor Society December 9, DO NOT - Sign up your friends for service activities. DO NOT - Sign up for Trashy/Teacher Tuesday or Save the.
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What do you know?. A) Harry Potter series B) Newspaper C) The Box Car children series.
March 16, 2015 Admin Jobs Due Before. 1 st …BEFORE CLASS IS OVER TODAY Log onto the EZ Test Software and complete the Chapter 1 Open-Book Assignment.
By “stealing” information from textbooks!. Purpose: ◦ recognize how similar, yet different textbooks can be ◦ develop a textbook tour you can work through.
Good Morning! Great Job on the Do Now, THANK YOU!!! Today’s Challenge: Library is Closed. (Grrrrr- we need textbooks!) The Solution: Notes AND a data.
Welcome to Minnesota’s eFolio Rochester Workforce Center September 12, 2003 Norman Baer Matthew St. Martin.
Chapter 2 Test Review GO Math p. 95 Chapter 2 Test Review GO Math p. 98.
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From brochures to booklets, From charts to checklists, From flyers to forms, There is a lot of documentation on our website about CU*BASE and the programs.
1.) What is something you will always remember about bullying? 2.) What was your favorite activity we did during our Steps to Respect unit? Open your Google.
Chapter 3 Americans at Work. Pre-listening Warm-up Questions What do you know about Bill Gates? Name some occupations that offer services. Do you think.
What is an Atlas?. Atlas of Greek Mythology Atlas of the Library In the library, an Atlas is a book of maps.
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TEXTBOOK SCAVENGER HUNT Civics: Government and Economics in Action.
Your challenge is to create a fantasy world. It can be set anywhere – real or imagined – and can be in the present, past or future. Task 1 – mind map Create.
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R EADING NONFICTION. MOST NONFICTION BOOKS ARE ORGANIZED SO THAT IT IS EASY FOR READERS TO FIND INFORMATION.
Table of Contents Literacy Notebook (the 1 st notebook) On page one, at the top center of the page, write in large letters, TABLE OF CONTENTS. On line.
NONFICTION TEXT FEATURES TABLE OF CONTENTS. DO NOW: How can you find information in a book quickly?
9/22/14 Do Now: Take out something to write with. Homework: - Read Chapters 3-4 for tomorrow. - Vocabulary. Objective: Students will annotate the text.
Thursday, October 30 th, 2014 HW= Week 9 Agenda Problems Objective: : We will convert between atoms and grams using Avogadro’s Number and molar mass. Catalyst.
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