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Monday . September 30, 2013. Warm-Up. YOU NEED YOUR REALMS OF GOLD BOOK! On a sticky note, please write your name, class period, phone number, and advisor (just like you did for your iBook). This will go in your Realms of Gold book.

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Monday

Monday

September 30, 2013


Warm up
Warm-Up

  • YOU NEED YOUR REALMS OF GOLD BOOK!

  • On a sticky note, please write your name, class period, phone number, and advisor (just like you did for your iBook). This will go in your Realms of Gold book.

  • Start reading Apollo and Daphne on page 52 of your Realms of Gold book.


Agenda
Agenda

  • Good Things and Attendance

  • Discuss last week

  • Vocab

    • Reschedule

    • This week

  • Greek Mythology!

    • Lesson on Apollo and Daphne

  • Launch


Good things

Attendance

Good Things


Vocab
Vocab

  • Your new test date will be Friday, October 4th.

  • The cumulative test for Units 1-3 will be Friday, October 18th.

  • Please write this in your planner now!


Greek mythology
Greek Mythology!

  • You should have checked out your Realms of Gold book last week.

  • Please place the sticky note in your Realms of Gold book. You will need this book every day until Outdoor Ed.

  • Prezi Lesson!

  • Read Apollo and Daphne


Homework
Homework

  • Read Orpheus & Eurydice on pages 58-61, and Echo & Narcissus on pages 55-57.



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