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Bellwork : Journal Entry. Complete bellwork in spiral notebook Choose one of the following formats to answer the topic question: Draw a detailed picture or series of pictures Write a paragraph or bulleted list Draw a picture that includes text

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Bellwork: Journal Entry

  • Complete bellwork in spiral notebook

  • Choose one of the following formats to answer the topic question:

    • Draw a detailed picture or series of pictures

    • Write a paragraph or bulleted list

    • Draw a picture that includes text

  • TOPIC: What are Mr. Switzer’s expectations for AK next year?


Mentee Training Course

Monday May 12, 2014

Mentor Contact:

Becky Jachym


Today’s Objectives:

  • Develop a June to-do list

  • Prepare a summer planning calendar

  • Solve the dominos vocabulary puzzle


Today’s Agenda:

Bellwork: 2014-2015 AK Expectations

Anuncios: Recovery, ChorusConcert, Attendance, Upcomingdue dates

Notes: End of Year and SummerPlanning

Game: Dominos

Closure: Homeroom

Tarea: YearEndSurvey


Warm-Up: Summer Plans

  • Choose a game: Pictionary or Charades

  • Think of an activity you have planned for this summer.

  • Have your table-mates guess your summer activity using the rules of the game you chose.


AK End of Year Game Plan

  • Exams

  • Teacher Work-days

  • Check-out


June To-Do List

  • Admin. Initials

    • Classroom Close Up

    • PEPs

    • Attendance and Gradebook

    • Parking Pass

  • Computer Upgrades

    • Back it up!

  • Attend Graduation

    • Sat. June 14 – 12:30pm

    • What to wear?


Summer Resources

  • Check your CMS email over the summer!

  • Summer Planning Advice

    • Why Didn’t I Learn This in College? wkbk p. 189

    • VIDEO: Advice from OYEA winner

  • Planning for the First days of School

    • Why Didn’t I Learn This in College? wkbk p. 187

    • ARTICLE: 101 Things You Can Do the First 3 Weeks of Class


Next Year

  • Things to look forward to:

    • New Notebooks

    • New Mentors

    • 4th year Buddies

    • Adopt-a-Mentee Program

    • First Mentee Meeting – September

    • Baby Jachym!


Tarea:

  • Complete:

    • Mentee Reflection Sheet (2013-2014)

    • Due: Monday June 2 – Jachym’s mailbox

  • Next Mentee Meeting/FIESTA

    • ALL MENTEES AND MENTORS: JUNE 2


Vocabulary Practice

Dominos

  • You need:

    • 1 domino index card

  • Task:

    • Match all domino cards so that each answer is touching its corresponding clue.


Closure: Homeroom

  • Need to see senior homeroom teachers!

  • Last-day Activities That Bring It Home

    • Record-keeping: Create a class book of records. Help the class come up with categories, and assign the records (most pairs of shoes, most freckles, most creative, etc.). Every student should have one.

    • Play school: Create a class board game that takes the students through the school year; include obstacles like testing (You’re too busy and focused to move: Skip one turn.) and field trips (You’re on the roller coaster at Six Flags: Move ahead three spaces).

    • Raffle it: Clean out your classroom and give students mementos by raffling off items in the classroom. Start with smaller items (such as pencils) and work your way up (class art projects, etc.).

    • Dear next year: Have students write a letter to next year’s class. Ask them to tell the incoming class what they liked and give the incoming students advice.

    • Class timeline: Create a timeline of the year together. Post butcher paper around the room and mark off months and important dates. Have the students walk around and fill in events that they remember well.

    • Graph It: Calculate the amount of time you, as a class, have spent in DEAR, math, gym, lunch, or other planned activities. Then create a graph of how you spent your school year.


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