January 16 2019

Weds.-Thurs. 1/16-1/17/19 – Math

Welcome to Math!

Please come in quietly and take out:

  • math spiral
  • pencil
  • Chromebook

Write down today’s date (in a box) and lesson title:

IM 3.9: Solving Rate Problems

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Learning Target copy

Learning Target: Students will be able to find and use unit rates efficiently by multiplying and dividing.

Let’s use unit rates like a pro.

Open IM 3.9: Solving Rate Problems (Student Task Statements) on Classroom

  • Warm-Up 9.1: Grid of 100
  • Activity 9.2: Card Sort: Is it a Deal?
  • Activity 9.3: The Fastest of All
  • Cool-Down 9.4: Tacos by the Pack

Homework:

Complete all parts of IM 3.9: Solving Rate Problems and turn in on Classroom.

I hope you had a great day!

See you next time!

January 16 2019

Wednesday 1/16/19 – Language Arts

Good Morning, Class!

Please come in quietly and take out:

  • Our Heroes book
  • headphones / earbuds
  • Chromebook

Per. 2 (8:15-9:29) – Language Arts

Learning Target copy

Learning Target: Students will be able to use concrete strategies for identifying and analyzing tone.

Open Tone: Sunrise Over Fallujah assignment on StudySync

  • Define: View video and read description. Discuss:
    • What is another word for tone?
    • What are some examples of different tones that a writer might convey in his or her work?
    • Speaking the following sentence aloud— You’re late for dinner —what different tones might you convey with your voice?
    • What role does the type or purpose of a text play in the tone a writer chooses?
    • When might nonstandard language be helpful for creating a tone?
  • Engage: Listen to the audio of this song. What is the tone?
    • Now watch the first minute of the video. How does this affect the tone?
    • Now look at the lyrics. Which words help you determine the tone?
  • Model: Read and Annotate
  • Your Turn: Read carefully and answer questions
  • Write: Remember to find evidence from Sunrise Over Fallujah (in the white book)

Group 1: Skill: Arguments and Claims

Group 2: Finish “Gandhi the Man” / I, Too, Sing America

 

Per. 9 (9:33-10:21) – Advisory

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Checkology: Arguments & Evidence

 

Homework:

  1. Read 25+ pages and log on Biblionasium:
    1. Title/author
    2. p. ____ to p. ____
    3. BTH (1-2 sentences: Who? What? When? Where?) + 1 visualization, thick question, use of context clues, or inference
  2. Finish assignments and turn in on StudySync.
  3. Complete Academic Vocabulary L6 and turn in on StudySync (due Fri.).
January 15 2019

Tuesday 1/15/19 – Math

Welcome to Math!

Please come in quietly and take out:

  • math spiral
  • pencil
  • Chromebook

Write down today’s date (in a box) and lesson title:

IM 3.8: More about Constant Speed

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Learning Target copy

Learning Target: Students will be able to solve more sophisticated problems involving constant speed by working with abbreviated tables of equivalent ratios.

Let’s investigate constant speed some more.

Open IM 3.8: More about Constant Speed (Student Task Statements) on Classroom

  • Warm-Up 8.1: Back on the Treadmill Again
    • 3 minutes quiet think time
    • partner, then class discussion:
      • How many different ways can we solve this problem?
      • How are speed and pace different?
  • Activity 8.2: Picnics on the Rail Trail
    • What is a Rail Trail? What is the closest one?
    • Scenario: What do you notice? What do you wonder?
    • 4 minutes quiet work time on #1 & 2
    • 2 minutes to discuss approaches with partner
    • class discussion
    • 8 minutes groupwork on #3-5
    • Class discussion
  • Activity 8.3: Swimming and Baking (Extend/Extra Credit)
  • Cool-Down 8.4: Penguin Speed

Homework:

Complete all parts of IM 3.8: More about Constant Rates and turn in on Classroom.

I hope you had a great day!

See you next time!

January 15 2019

Tuesday 1/15/19 – Language Arts

Good Morning, Class!

Please come in quietly and take out:

  • Our Heroes (white book) from bin
  • headphones / earbuds
  • Chromebook

Per. 1 (8:15-9:05) – Language Arts

Learning Target copy

Learning Target:  Students will be able to identify and understand point of view.

Open Point of View: Sunrise Over Fallujah on StudySync

  • Define: Video & read, do Matching (Scaffolds pullout)
  • Model: Read and annotate, answer questions in Scaffolds, discuss
    1. How does the Model go about finding the narrative point of view?
    2. After discovering that the story is being told through a first-person narrator, how does the Model investigate the narrator to find out more about his character?
    3. How does the Model further investigate the narrator’s point of view?
    4. How might the narrator’s ideas about himself, other characters, and events affect his narrative point of view or the way in which he tells the story?
  • Your Turn: Read carefully and answer the questions
  • Write: ACE Skills Focus questions

 

Per. 2 (9:08-9:56)

Group 1: (on SS) Re-read 2: A Great American Hero

Group 2: (on SS) Gandhi the Man

Homework:

  1. Read 25+ pages and log on Biblionasium:
    1. Title/author
    2. p. ____ to p. ____
    3. BTH (1-2 sentences: Who? What? When? Where?) + 1 visualization, thick question, use of context clues, or inference
  2. Finish all assignments on StudySync.
  3. Academic Vocab Lesson 6 (due Fri.)

Per. 3 (10:01-10:49) – Speech & Debate

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  • Teams record footage, save to Google Drive, and upload into WeVideo
January 14 2019

Monday 1/14/19 – Math

Welcome to Math!

Please come in quietly and take out:

  • math spiral
  • pencil
  • Chromebook

Write down today’s date (in a box) and lesson title:

IM 3.7: Equivalent Ratios Have the Same Unit Rates

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Learning Target copy

Learning Target: Students will be able to give an example of two equivalent ratios and show that they have the same unit rates, as well as to multiply or divide by the unit rate to calculate missing values in a table of equivalent ratios.

Let’s revisit equivalent ratios.

Open IM 3.7: Equivalent Ratios Have the Same Unit Rates (Student Task Statements) on Classroom

  • Warm-Up 7.1: Which One Doesn’t Belong: Comparing Speeds
    • 1 minute quiet think time
    • Table group discussion: Find at least one reason why each question does not belong.
  • Activity 7.2: Price of Burritos
    • 5 minutes quiet work time on 1 & 2
    • 2 minutes to discuss with partner
    • Complete #s 3 & 4 together
    • Class discussion
  • Activity 7.3: Making Bracelets
    • 4 minutes quiet work time on #s 1-3
    • 2 minutes to discuss with partner
    • Class discussion
  • Activity 7.4: How Much Applesauce? (Extend/Extra Credit)
  • Cool-Down 7.5: Cheetah Speed

Homework:

  1. Complete all parts ofIM 3.7: Equivalent Ratios Have the Same Unit Rates and turn in on Classroom.

I hope you had a great day!

See you next time!