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  1. Language Arts Agendas Objectives

  2. Agenda 8-13-13 • Bell Work: Test Talk Tuesday. Page 3-6 of AIMS Prac. Test. Form A • Reach for the Stars Cornell Note Taking • Cornell Notes Format Sample-Discussion/Review • Hw: parts of speech-Verbs

  3. Agenda 8-14-13 • B.W.- Writing/editing Wed. • Tape • Glossary • Hw: parts of speech-Verbs-Write in Agenda • Review/finish “Reach for the Stars” notes • Think-Pair-Share • Format Sample • Cornell Notes Feedback Guideline

  4. Agenda • B.W. “Think About It” Thursdays- “To This Day” Quote explication • Turn in- parts of speech-Verbs-Write in Agenda • HW: Nouns • Glossary • Review/finish “Reach for the Stars” notes • Think-Pair-Share • Format Sample • Cornell Notes Feedback Guideline

  5. Obj.: I can write an expository paragraph. 8-15-13 B.W. “Think about it” Thurs. • Quote Explication:  To make clear the meaning of; explain. • Quote: “If you can’t see anything beautiful about yourself get a better mirror. Look a little closer, stare a little longer. Because there is something inside of you that made you keep trying. Despite everyone who told you to quit.” -Shane Koyczan Shane Koyczan is a Spoken Word Poet, Writer and Performer.

  6. Agenda 8-16-13 • B.W. Fantasy Fri. –expository paragraph. • Review HW • Finish/review Glossary • Finish/review STARS • Effort Contract/Author Purpose check • Finish Bully PPT. • Cornell Notes Feedback- on back of Cornell format handout pg 7. • TOD

  7. Obj.: I can write an expository paragraph. 8-16-13 B.W. Fantasy Fri. King Arthur • Look at paragraph handout/Fantasy handout. • Set up Cornell page for BW • Notes section: Write down any important facts about King Arthur. • Summary section: write a 3-4 sentence expository paragraph that summarizes what you wrote in the note section. • Question section: generate questions (points of confusion you come across in summary process and possible questions you might see on a test about King Arthur).

  8. Agenda 8-19-13 • B.W. Matherpiece Mon. pg • Finish Bullying PPT • H.W. answers, new assignment. • PPT Context Clues • H.W. due tomorrow

  9. Agenda 8-20-13 • B.W.- Test Talk Tuesday • Pass back grades HW (6/7 hour) • H.W. worksheet • Tape notebooks • PPT Context Clues/Cornell Notes • T.O.D.- Point of confusion • Turn in INB! 

  10. Agenda 8-22-13 • Objective • B.W. Think about it Thurs. (Ms. Z will pass back notebooks) • Pass in H.W. • Agendas- New H.W. • PPT Context Clues/Cornell Notes • T.O.D.- Point of confusion

  11. Obj.: I can write an expository paragraph. 8-22-13 Think About it Thurs. • 7 in 7 • How do you want to be remembered?

  12. Agenda 8-23-13 • Objective • Quiz • Galileo/Teacher Website Announcement • B.W. Fantasy Friday • Nouns Presentation Vid. • Review Noun hw • Verb KWL • PPT Context Clues/Cornell Notes • T.O.D.- Point of confusion

  13. Obj.: I can write an expository paragraph. 8-16-13 B.W. Fantasy Fri. Dr. Frankenstein • Look at paragraph handout/Fantasy handout. • Set up Cornell page for BW • Notes section: Write down any important facts about. • Summary section: write a 3-4 sentence expository paragraph that summarizes what you wrote in the note section. • Question section: generate questions (points of confusion you come across in summary process and possible questions you might see on a test).

  14. Agenda 8-26-13 • Objective • B.W. Matherpiece Mon. • Multicultural : learn about the artist • Review Verbs- KWL • Context Clues PPT- finish • Review Nouns hw-vid. • T.O.D. point of confusion

  15. Obj.: I will be able to appreciate cultures that are different from my own. 8-26-13 B.W. Mathterpiece Mon. • Pg 20 • Draw a line after you’re finished with the assignment.

  16. Agenda 8-27-13 • B.W. Test Talk Tuesday • Data Table • Finish Context Clue PPT • Words of the Week • Nouns-Vid • TOD- Point of Confusion

  17. Agenda 8-28-13 • Class Dojo • Writing/Editing Wed. –Review • Finish Context Clue PPT • Point of Confusion: Sticky Note: Leave in the “Parking Lot” • C.C. practice: Read- “I Have a Dream” by MLK jr. • Words of the Week • Nouns-Vid

  18. Obj.: I will be able to identify the grammatical errors in a piece of writing. 8-28-13 B.W. Writing/Editing Wed. • Read directions (2 sections) underline/circle what you must do to correct the mistakes. • READ CAREFULLY!  • USE RUN RAP 23

  19. Agenda 8-29-13 • Class Dojo • Finish Context Clue PPT (6th hour) • Review Point of Confusion: Sticky Note • C.C. practice: Read- “I Have a Dream” by MLK jr. • Word of the Week • Nouns-Vid

  20. Obj.: I can write an expository paragraph. 8-29-13 B.W. Think about it…Thurs. • Read both quotes, choose one to write about. • “I have this theory that if one person can go out of their way to show compassion (caring about others), then it will start a chain reaction of the same. People will never know how far a little kindness can go.” –Rachel Scott (quote brought to you by Rachelle W.) • “Failure is the fog where we glimpse triumph.” –Guy Pierce (quote brought to you by Carlos C.) 22

  21. “I Have a Dream” • Martin Luther King Jr. • Who is he? He was an American clergyman, activist, and leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. He is best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights using nonviolent civil disobedience. King has become a national icon in the history of American progressivism (progressing: improving). • Today is the anniversary when he delivered this speech, August 28th 1963. • Primary source:  describe source material that is closest to the person, information, period, or idea being studied. • Directly from “the horse’s mouth”

  22. Somewhere around 250, 000 people attended! That is like the entire population of Mexico City going out for a walk all at once! March(collective walk) on Washington-for freedoms and job.

  23. Obj.: I will be able to identify unknown words using context clues. 8-29-13 “I Have a Dream” Activity • Listen to the delivery of “I Have a Dream” by Martin Luther King jr. • Read along-using reading trackers. • Write down “unknown words” on page 21 • Write the paragraph number next to the unknown word so you can easily find it again. (one for each paragraph). • Example: (just like the example) • 1 demonstration • 2 symbolic 21

  24. On August 28, 1963, King gives his speech for freedom. He begins his speech with the emancipation of the slaves, issued by Abraham Lincoln, and later mentions that after being freed from slavery, African Americans are still not free. King claims all men were issued a check and a promise of freedom, yet for African American men and women that check has come back with “insufficient funds.” The members of the civil rights union issue a check to America, they return America’s un-kept promise with one they are sure to keep: the continued pursuit of justice. King, along with his many supporters, demand their freedom now, they demand things to change with a sense of urgency and without procrastination from the oppressor. They do not want to see slow change over time; they would rather see significant change immediately. King roars, “now is the time to make justice a reality for all of God’s children.” However, King hopes to obtain equality through non-violent movement. He tells fellow African American people to not have hatred or bitterness in their heart or turn to guns and fists. He knows that violence to obtain peace only leads to an endless cycle of fighting, unnecessary death, and cruelty. Also King believes African Americans must not let this one incident lead them to hate all people of different races and nationalities. He knows that only leads to the same kind of discrimination he is fighting against with his “I have a dream” speech.

  25. Agenda 8-30-13 • Review rule/procedures. • Class Dojo • Fantasy Friday • Finish MLK jr. C.C. activity • Maybe if time permits: • Watch speech • Review Point of Confusion: Sticky Note • Word of the Week • Nouns-Vid

  26. Obj.: I can write an expository paragraph. 8-30-13 B.W. Fantasy Fri. Hannibal Lector • Look at paragraph handout/Fantasy handout. • Set up Cornell page for BW • Notes section: Write down any important facts about. • NEW: (from now on we will do this) While you are taking notes: fill out the question section: generate questions (points of confusion you come across in summary process and possible questions you might see on a test). • Summary section: write a 3-4 sentence expository paragraph that summarizes what you wrote in the note section.

  27. On August 28, 1963, King gives his speech for freedom. He begins his speech with the emancipation of the slaves, issued by Abraham Lincoln, and later mentions that after being freed from slavery, African Americans are still not free. King claims all men were issued a check and a promise of freedom, yet for African American men and women that check has come back with “insufficient funds.” The members of the civil rights union issue a check to America, they return America’s un-kept promise with one they are sure to keep: the continued pursuit of justice. King, along with his many supporters, demand their freedom now, they demand things to change with a sense of urgency and without procrastination from the oppressor. They do not want to see slow change over time; they would rather see significant change immediately. King roars, “now is the time to make justice a reality for all of God’s children.” However, King hopes to obtain equality through non-violent movement. He tells fellow African American people to not have hatred or bitterness in their heart or turn to guns and fists. He knows that violence to obtain peace only leads to an endless cycle of fighting, unnecessary death, and cruelty. Also King believes African Americans must not let this one incident lead them to hate all people of different races and nationalities. He knows that only leads to the same kind of discrimination he is fighting against with his “I have a dream” speech.

  28. “I Have a Dream” Activity Directions 1. Choose 10 words out of the 24 you have written (put a star next to it on page 21) • Goal: Create a your own “dictionary of definitions for these unknown words”. 2. Write definitions for these words without a dictionary! Write them in your own words! • Use the surrounding words and sentences in the paragraphs to figure out each definition. • Ex: 7 Sweltering • Surrounding words “The sweltering summer” • Summer = hot, sweltering must = hot. DONE 3 For 4 out of the 10 words you selected: Use your context clue notes on page 13 of you INB, and (Restatement/Synonym Clue, Example Clue, Label the type of Context Clue: Contrast/Antonym Clue, Definition Clue) you used to find the definitions for these unknown words! 25

  29. Add H.W. to Agenda • Writing- Finish “I have a dream…” context clues activity, directions on pg 25. • Reading-Finish Fantasy Fri. summary/questions.

  30. Agenda 9-3-13 • Review rule/procedures. • Class Dojo • Test Talk Tuesday • Have out HW, MLK jr C.C. activity on page 21 or 25 • Review Point of Confusion: Sticky Note • Word of the Week • Get back Nouns hw • Review answers • Nouns-Vid

  31. Obj.: I will be able to utilize R.U.N.R.A.P. to exceed on Galileo and AIMS reading. 9-3-13 B.W. Test Talk Tues. Number Answer 1 sentence justification for each. 26

  32. Agenda 9-4-13 • Review rule/procedures. • Collect progress reports • B.W. Writing/Editing Wed. • Check H.W. Frayer Model: Unknown • Review Point of Confusion: Sticky Note • Get back Nouns hw • Review answers • Nouns-Vid • Making Predications PPT

  33. Obj.: I will be able to identify the grammatical errors in a piece of writing. 9-4-13 B.W. Writing/Editing Wed. • Read directions (2 sections) underline/circle what you must do to correct the mistakes. • READ CAREFULLY!  • USE RUNRAP 28

  34. Agenda 9-5-13 • Review rule/procedures. • Friday Test Announcement • Notebooks Due Friday. • B.W. Think about it…Thurs. • Collect progress reports (Drop dead date today!) • Collect Nouns HW • Review Answers for nouns hw. • Review Point of Confusion: Sticky Note • Making Predications PPT

  35. Obj.: I can write an expository paragraph. 9-5-13 B.W. Think about it…Thurs. • Read quote, write a 7 in 7. Tell me what you think Jake meant? What would it look like in your life if you followed his advice? • “ Dude, suckin’ at something is the first step to being sorta good at something.” -Jake the Dog Adventure Time

  36. Agenda 9-6-13 • Review rule/procedures. *H.A.M. reports* • Notebooks Due Friday-syke! ;) But I will collect them SOON! So now you are ready for that!  • Collect Nouns HW (ONLY for students who were absent Wed., I know who they are) • Galileo Context Clues Test (14 questions) • USE R.U.N.R.A.P. and you must justify your answers for questions 1-10 • Open note if your context clue summary/questions are written. • Prepositions >^.^< (“Meow prepositions” anywhere a cat can go/vid.) • Put a star on the preposition handout if you hear the preposition used in the vid. • Making Predications PPT • Review Point of Confusion: Sticky Note • New P.O.C. for Text Prediction (lets leave our confusions in the parking lot so you can have a stress-free weekend!) =

  37. Agenda 9-9-13 • Review rule/procedures. *H.A.M. reports* • B.W. Mathterpiece Mon. • Cornell Notes: about artists/why we study artists • Word of the week • Review Point of Confusion: Sticky Note • Prepositions >^.^< (“Meow prepositions” anywhere a cat can go/vid.) • Video-Put a star on the preposition handout if you hear the preposition used in the vid. • Mnemonic Devices • Add to Glossary (rename glossary to 8th grade Lexicon) • Say parts of speech rhyme • Quick review Making Predications PPT (observation expectations) • HW prepositions • New P.O.C. for prepositions (lets leave our confusions in the parking lot so you can have a stress-free Monday)

  38. Obj.: I will be able to appreciate cultures that are different from my own. 9-9-13 B.W. Mathterpiece Mon. • Pg • Draw a line after you’re finished with the assignment. • Set up Cornell below it.

  39. Agenda 9-10-13 • Review rule/procedures. *H.A.M. reports* • Make-up tests from Friday-List (meet me in here during recess) • Collect H.W. • Review Point of Confusion: Sticky Note- “Meow Prep” / Parts of speech rhyme • Mnemonic Devices • Add to Glossary • Say parts of speech rhyme • B.W. Test Talk Tuesday • Making Predications • New P.O.C. for Text Predictions (lets leave our confusions in the parking lot so you can have a stress-free Tuesday)

  40. Agenda 9-10-13 • Let’s see what we are doing today! • -Review 1 Rule/Expectations (that fall under our 1 rule). • -Scoreboard • -CELEBRATE BEING AWESOME! (Exceeding expectations) • -Add entry to T.O.C. • -B.W. Test Talk Tues. (R.U.N.R.A.P.) • -Discuss H.W. (I.P.- 4 AIMS Q’s) • -Look at Objective. • *IV-L-1(SC):9 (Resources: use Parts of Speech Wall/HW) • -Answer Essential Questions. • *In complete sentences (Resources: Parts of Speech Wall/HW) • -Aligned reading/activity • -Notebook Check COMING SOON?? • -Ticket out the door: P.O.F. (PFFFF turn head with disdain)

  41. Obj.: I will be able to utilize R.U.N.R.A.P. to exceed on Galileo and AIMS reading. B.W. Test Talk Tues. R.U.N.R.A.P. Number Answer 1 sentence justification for each. 34

  42. Agenda 9-11-13 • 9/11 video (12 years ago today). • Review 1 Rule/Expectations/Scoreboard • Add entry to T.O.C. • B.W. Writing Editing Wed. • Mnemonic Devices: add to glossary (say Parts of Speech Rhyme) • Collect H.W./H.A.M reports/ NEW H.W. • Aligned reading/activity • Notebook Check Today!!!!!!!! • Ticket out the door: P.O.F. (PFFFF turn head with disdain)

  43. Video • http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/11/911-quotes-september-11_n_955687.html#s355210title=President_Barack_Obama

  44. Obj.: I will be able to identify the grammatical errors in a piece of writing. 9-11-13 B.W. Writing/Editing Wed. • Read directions (2 sections) underline/circle what you must do to correct the mistakes. • READ CAREFULLY!  • USE RUNRAP

  45. Agenda 9-12-13 • Review 1 Rule/Expectations/Scoreboard • Add entry to T.O.C. • B.W. Think about it…Thurs • Mnemonic Devices: add to glossary (say Parts of Speech Rhyme) • Collect H.W./H.A.M reports/ NEW H.W. • Aligned reading/activity • Ticket out the door: P.O.F. (PFFFF turn head with disdain)

  46. Obj.: I can write an expository paragraph. 9-12-13 B.W. Think about it…Thurs. • Read quote, on board. • 7 in 7 38

  47. Agenda 9-13-13 • Review 1 Rule/Expectations/Scoreboard • Pronoun Vid. • Review HW (slides) • Add entry to T.O.C. • Mnemonic Devices: add to glossary (say Parts of Speech Rhyme) • Collect H.A.M reports • BW Fantasy Friday • Making predictions PPT (sub said there were confusions?) • Ticket out the door: P.O.F. (PFFFF turn head with disdain)

  48. Pronouns HW • Pg 9 ( Personal Pronouns) • Look at information bank! • Cross out where ever it says personal. A personal pronoun and a pronoun are the same. • Pronouns take the place of nouns. • Example. • Pronouns show number: singular/plural • Gender: masculine (male), feminine (female), and neuter (no gender identified) • Make directions into a checklist! LIKE ALWAYS!!! 

  49. 1. I, singular, neuter. • 2. it, singular, neuter. • 3. He’s, singular, masculine. • NOW YOU FIX YOUR HW! • If you ever say “Blah blah blah…I didn’t get the homework Ms. Z blah blahblah. • I am thinking “Geee I bet they didn’t even read the directions or study the information bank…because all the answers are on the page!”

  50. Pronouns and Antecedents • Pg 10 • Use info. From page 9 to complete page 10 • (Glossary): Antecedent: the noun the pronoun talks about. • The pronoun has to agree with the antecedent noun in (singular/plural), (feminine, masculine, neuter). • That’s it!