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Welcome complete the dgp for monday of week 3 please have your homework on your desk

Welcome. Complete the DGP for Monday of Week 3. Please have your homework on your desk.

English 10AP

10 September 2012

Objective:Preview “Education” by Ralph Waldo Emerson and begin working through the text. Students will keep a seismograph as we read together.

Agenda:

DGP

RWE/ Who is he?

Stand if you agree (Topics from the text)

Begin reading with seismograph as a whole class pg. 102 (I do)

Work through page 103 with a group (We do)

Share out

Cool Down: Response to The Ethicist

Homework: Read pages 102 to 108 and complete SOAPSTone


Welcome complete the dgp for monday of week 3 please have your homework on your desk

DGPshe stood by the window and looked out dully at a gray cat walking a gray fence in a gray backyard

English 10AP

10 September 2012

Objective:Preview “Education” by Ralph Waldo Emerson and begin working through the text. Students will keep a seismograph as we read together.

Agenda:

DGP

RWE/ Who is he?

Stand if you agree (Topics from the text)

Begin reading with seismograph as a whole class pg. 102 (I do)

Work through page 103 with a group (We do)

Share out

Cool Down: Response to The Ethicist

Homework: Read pages 102 to 108 and complete SOAPSTone


Welcome complete the dgp for monday of week 3 please have your homework on your desk

Who is Ralph Waldo Emerson?Ralph Waldo Emerson was an American essayist, lecturer, and poet, who led the Transcendentalist movement of the mid-19th century.Transcendentalism is a philosophical movement that developed in the 1830s and 1840s in the New England region of the United States as a protest to the general state of culture and society, and in particular, the state of intellectualism at Harvard University and the doctrine of the Unitarian church taught at Harvard Divinity School. Among the transcendentalists' core beliefs was the inherent goodness of both man and nature. Transcendentalists believed that society and its institutions—particularly organized religion and political parties—ultimately corrupted the purity of the individual. They had faith that man is at his best when truly "self-reliant" and independent. It is only from such real individuals that true community could be formed.

English 10AP

10 September 2012

Objective:Preview “Education” by Ralph Waldo Emerson and begin working through the text. Students will keep a seismograph as we read together.

Agenda:

DGP

RWE/ Who is he?

Stand if you agree (Topics from the text)

Begin reading with seismograph as a whole class pg. 102 (I do)

Work through page 103 with a group (We do)

Share out

Cool Down: Response to The Ethicist

Homework: Read pages 102 to 108 and complete SOAPSTone


Welcome complete the dgp for monday of week 3 please have your homework on your desk

Stand if you agree1. Students should be able to learn what they want2. Teachers should let kids make mistakes3. Teachers should guide students through what they want to learn4. Students are responsible for their own education

English 10AP

10 September 2012

Objective:Preview “Education” by Ralph Waldo Emerson and begin working through the text. Students will keep a seismograph as we read together.

Agenda:

DGP

RWE/ Who is he?

Stand if you agree (Topics from the text)

Begin reading with seismograph as a whole class pg. 102 (I do)

Work through page 103 with a group (We do)

Share out

Cool Down: Response to The Ethicist

Homework: Read pages 102 to 108 and complete SOAPSTone


Begin reading on page 102 we will keep a seismograph as we go

Begin Reading on page 102. We will keep a seismograph as we go.

English 10AP

10 September 2012

Objective:Preview “Education” by Ralph Waldo Emerson and begin working through the text. Students will keep a seismograph as we read together.

Agenda:

DGP

RWE/ Who is he?

Stand if you agree (Topics from the text)

Begin reading with seismograph as a whole class pg. 102 (I do)

Work through page 103 with a group (We do)

Share out

Cool Down: Response to The Ethicist

Homework: Read pages 102 to 108 and complete SOAPSTone


Emerson seismograph 5 4 3 2 1 0

English 10AP

10 September 2012

Objective:Preview “Education” by Ralph Waldo Emerson and begin working through the text. Students will keep a seismograph as we read together.

Agenda:

DGP

RWE/ Who is he?

Stand if you agree (Topics from the text)

Begin reading with seismograph as a whole class pg. 102 (I do)

Work through page 103 with a group (We do)

Share out

Cool Down: Response to The Ethicist

Homework: Read pages 102 to 108 and complete SOAPSTone

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Work through page 103 with your table mates complete the other side of the seismograph sheet

Work through page 103 with your table mates. Complete the other side of the seismograph sheet.

English 10AP

10 September 2012

Objective:Preview “Education” by Ralph Waldo Emerson and begin working through the text. Students will keep a seismograph as we read together.

Agenda:

DGP

RWE/ Who is he?

Stand if you agree (Topics from the text)

Begin reading with seismograph as a whole class pg. 102 (I do)

Work through page 103 with a group (We do)

Share out

Cool Down: Response to The Ethicist

Homework: Read pages 102 to 108 and complete SOAPSTone


Share out

Share Out

English 10AP

10 September 2012

Objective:Preview “Education” by Ralph Waldo Emerson and begin working through the text. Students will keep a seismograph as we read together.

Agenda:

DGP

RWE/ Who is he?

Stand if you agree (Topics from the text)

Begin reading with seismograph as a whole class pg. 102 (I do)

Work through page 103 with a group (We do)

Share out

Cool Down: Response to The Ethicist

Homework: Read pages 102 to 108 and complete SOAPSTone


Welcome complete the dgp for monday of week 3 please have your homework on your desk

Cool Down: The EthicistFrom New York Times Magazine1999 saw the debut of "The Ethicist," an advice column written by humorist Randy Cohen that quickly became a highly contentious part of the magazineIt is described as a witty and sarcastic!

English 10AP

10 September 2012

Objective:Preview “Education” by Ralph Waldo Emerson and begin working through the text. Students will keep a seismograph as we read together.

Agenda:

DGP

RWE/ Who is he?

Stand if you agree (Topics from the text)

Begin reading with seismograph as a whole class pg. 102 (I do)

Work through page 103 with a group (We do)

Share out

Cool Down: Response to The Ethicist

Homework: Read pages 102 to 108 and complete SOAPSTone


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