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Good Morning (9-3-13) Attendance Morning Greeting – Foreign Language Greeting (in your small groups) Today’s Prep: Music Lunch: If you pay for lunch, you need to start bringing exact change on the days you purchase lunch. Tickets are on the counter, but people who pay must see me to pay their money.
Schedule for 9-3-13 1.Attendance 2.Homework collection: 1.Name, date, grade level, and block number should be on your paper at the top. 2.Collect them and put them in the middle of the table. 3.I will come by and collect them during journal. 3.Questions about observation assignment from last week and homework questions. 4.Inferring: Quick lecture and then small group work.
Science Journal 9-3-13 An ecosystem is made up of plants and animals that interact with their physical environment and with each other. Describe the ecosystem in one of the following environments: forest, pond, lake, or ocean.
Questions Are there any questions about the observation assignment we completed last week? Any questions about the homework over the weekend?
Inferring Have out page 5 “Inferring.” I will read over it with the class and be looking for active listeners to answer questions about the reading. When we are finished, you will have time to work on inference examples in your groups.
Homework (Due 9-4-13) Complete the Inferring sheet – Numbers 3-9. – If you want to try number 10, it will be for extra credit. – Email me if you have any questions. – firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Advisory Girls Volleyball tryout permission slips. Turn in your I Am Poems. I only have 2 student poems collected. Whole-Group Greeting. We will make our circle on the perimeter of the room. – Practicing our General Greeting that we completed on day 1 and 2. Preview our End of the day Advisory.
Advisory Schedule Tomorrow’s Assembly Things to continuously work on: – Show 5 – Volume Levels – Greetings – Listening while others are speaking Team Building Games
End of the Day Advisory Moving tables and chairs: – Done at a level 1 volume – Everyone in the group helps to lift and move table. Please do not drag table. – Listen to where each table goes so that you know where to put them every time we need to move them.
Fact or Fiction? On a sheet of paper, write down 3 things about yourself. Two of the things should be facts, and one should be fiction. A student volunteers to read their 3 things and then others raise their hands and guess which item is fiction. There are two chances to guess before the answer is obvious. Repeat with volunteers.
Mr. Pancotto’s Fact or Fiction 1.I attended Lane Tech High School. 2.I will celebrate my 35 th birthday this Friday, September 6. 3.I lost 110 lbs during my four years in college. -Which one is fiction?
Team Game: Heads or Tails Everybody stand in a circle. Each player picks heads or tails by either placing their hand on their heads (heads) or placing hands on hips (tails). Coin is flipped. If it’s heads, all those who chose tails must step out of the circle. Then choose heads or tails again and repeat until only 1 player is left.
Frogger Let’s play the version you guys came up with on Friday. I will choose people who are following directions and who have the desire to be the “shooter” and the “guesser.”