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9 24 2012 sustained silent study hall 1 st block
9/24/2012- Sustained Silent Study Hall1st Block

While people are coming into the classroom, this room must remain a Silent Room.

  • This is Individual Time.
  • This is NOT time to socialize.
  • This is a great time to self-reflect on your day.
    • What went well? Where’d you screw up? How can you be more positive and productive tomorrow?
  • You could spend some time on spiritual studies.
  • You could do some sustained silent reading of your personal novels
  • Ah! You could do your Language Arts Homework & Assignments, or work on things to be completed for other classes.
d e a r 10 15 minutes

JOURNALING REQUIREMENTS

EVERY time you read, you must include the following information as part of your journal entry.

  • 9/24/12 Title of Book, Author’s Last Name Pg# - Pg#
  • D.E.A.R. Subsequent Lines should be composed of”
    • JS#___
    • Vocabulary Work – Words to suggest
                  • Journal Writing – Next Journal Starter, or Approach Paper Work
                  • Evidence of any/all reading strategies being put to work on your novel.
D.E.A.R. - 10-15 minutes
9 24 2012 what should i stay reminded of

Regular Weekly Homework

  • Read every night for 20 minutes and Journal.
  • Article of the Week due Friday

Regular Bi-Weekly Homework

  • Vocabulary related HW & Assignments
    • VISS (Charts) due this FRIDAY
    • Artifacts due this FRIDAY
  • Vocabulary Test Next WEDNESDAY

Regular Bi-Weekly Homework

  • Approach Papers – 9/25/2012 – GEEEEEZ, That’s tomorrow.

OTHER Homework

The Tell-Tale Heart Assignments are DUE 9/24/2012 – TODAY

Finish The Tell-Tale Heart Mood Poster this weekend.

Finish Questions 1-8 & the Essay on the Tell-Tale Heart Worksheet.

Enjoy your life, and allow others to enjoy theirs .

9/24/2012- - What should I stay reminded of?
9 24 2012 afternoon study hall

From 4:15 until every individual has left this room, this room will be a Silent Room.

  • This is Individual Time.
  • This is NOT time to socialize.
  • This is a great time to self-reflect on your day.
    • What went well? Where’d you screw up? How can you be more positive and productive tomorrow?
  • You could spend some time on spiritual studies.
  • You could do some sustained silent reading of your personal novels
  • Ah! You could do your Language Arts Homework & Assignments, or work on things to be completed for other classes.
9/24/2012- - Afternoon Study Hall
9 25 2012 sustained silent study hall 1 st block
9/25/2012- Sustained Silent Study Hall1st Block

Students, while people are coming into the classroom, this room must remain a SilentRoom.

  • This is Individual Time.
  • This is NOT time to socialize.
  • This is a great time to self-reflect on your day.
    • What went well? Where’d you screw up? How can you be more positive and productive tomorrow?
  • You could spend some time on spiritual studies.
  • You could do some sustained silent reading of your personal novels
  • Ah! You could do your Language Arts Homework & Assignments, or work on things to be completed for other classes.
9 25 2012 d e a r 10 15 minutes

JOURNALING REQUIREMENTS

EVERY time you read, you must include the following information as part of your journal entry.

  • 9/25/12 Title of Book, Author’s Last Name Pg# - Pg#
  • D.E.A.R. Subsequent Lines should be composed of”
    • JS#___
    • Vocabulary Work – Words to suggest
                  • Journal Writing – Next Journal Starter, or Approach Paper Work
                  • Evidence of any/all reading strategies being put to work on your novel.
9/25/2012 - D.E.A.R. - 10-15 minutes
9 25 2012 what should i stay reminded of

Regular Weekly Homework

  • Read every night for 20 minutes and Journal.
  • Article of the Week due Friday

Regular Bi-Weekly Homework

  • Vocabulary related HW & Assignments
    • WHERE ARE THE POSTERS ???????
    • WHO HAS POSTED TO EDMODO ??????
    • VISS (Charts) due this FRIDAY
    • Artifacts due this FRIDAY
  • Vocabulary Test Next WEDNESDAY

Regular Bi-Weekly Homework

  • NEXT Approach Papers – 10/30

OTHER Homework

Enjoy your life, and allow others to enjoy theirs.

9/25/2012- - What should I stay reminded of?
9 25 2012 warm up 10 15 minutes answer each in complete completely honest sentences

What do you know about the history of radio?

How is radio different today than back before television?

What is the radio primarily used for now?

9/25/2012- - Warm Up – 10-15 minutesAnswer each in complete & completely honest sentences.
9 25 2012 core activities 35 minutes for content skills life in preparation for

Radio Play & The Hitchhiker

9/25/2012- - Core Activities - 35 minutes for Content, Skills & life in preparation for . .
  • Introduction to radio plays - PPT
  • Activity: Listening to “War of the Worlds” excerpt
    • Brief Discussion: the impact of radio
  • Video clip: Sound Effects in radio
    • Venn Diagram – radio vs. TV
  • LevelUp – Elements of Drama
  • LevelUp – Suspense & Foreshadowing
  • A Real Radio Play called . . .
    • The Hitchhiker (PP. 92-101) by Lucile Fletcher
    • The Twilight Zone episode, The Hitchhiker teleplay by Rod Serling
      • Compare/Contrast Essay Assignment
9 25 2012 afternoon study hall

From 4:15 until every individual has left this room, this room will be a Silent Room.

  • This is Individual Time.
  • This is NOT time to socialize.
  • This is a great time to self-reflect on your day.
    • What went well? Where’d you screw up? How can you be more positive and productive tomorrow?
  • You could spend some time on spiritual studies.
  • You could do some sustained silent reading of your personal novels
  • Ah! You could do your Language Arts Homework & Assignments, or work on things to be completed for other classes.
9/25/2012- - Afternoon Study Hall
9 26 2012 sustained silent study hall 1 st block
9/26/2012- Sustained Silent Study Hall1st Block

While people are coming into the classroom, this room must remain a Silent Room.

  • This is Individual Time.
  • This is NOT time to socialize.
  • This is a great time to self-reflect on your day.
    • What went well? Where’d you screw up? How can you be more positive and productive tomorrow?
  • You could spend some time on spiritual studies.
  • You could do some sustained silent reading of your personal novels
  • Ah! You could do your Language Arts Homework & Assignments, or work on things to be completed for other classes.
9 26 2012 d e a r 10 15 minutes

JOURNALING REQUIREMENTS

EVERY time you read, you must include the following information as part of your journal entry.

  • 9/26/12 Title of Book, Author’s Last Name Pg# - Pg#
  • D.E.A.R. Subsequent Lines should be composed of”
    • JS#___
    • Vocabulary Work – Words to suggest
                  • Journal Writing – Next Journal Starter, or Approach Paper Work
                  • Evidence of any/all reading strategies being put to work on your novel.
9/26/2012 - D.E.A.R. - 10-15 minutes
9 26 2012 what should i stay reminded of

Regular Weekly Homework

  • Read every night for 20 minutes and Journal.
  • Article of the Week due FRIDAY

Regular Bi-Weekly Homework

  • Vocabulary related HW & Assignments
    • VISS (Charts) due this FRIDAY
    • Artifacts due this FRIDAY
  • Vocabulary Test – on or soon after Oct 3rd

Regular Bi-Weekly Homework

  • Approach Papers – 10/30

OTHER Homework

Enjoy your weekend!

9/26/2012 - What should I stay reminded of?
9 26 2012conventional grammar moment 10 15 minutes use your grammar texts to complete this

Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns

Reflexive and intensive pronouns are formed by adding -self or -selves to personal pronouns.

Examples: I usually make myself dinner if my parents work late. (reflexive) I myself do not enjoy biking. (intensive)

Read the following sentences. Underline each reflexive and intensive pronoun. Then decide if each one is reflexive (R) or intensive (I). Write the correct letter on the line before each sentence.

USE THE GRAMMAR BOOK !!!

1. The girl I babysit for finally learned to tie her shoes herself.

2. You yourself can come to the benefit dance tomorrow night.

3. Andrei bought himself new soccer cleats.

4. The officer herself wrestled the criminal to the ground.

5. I couldn’t find myself in our class picture.

9/26/2012Conventional Grammar Moment – 10-15 minutesUSE your grammar texts to complete this
9 26 2012 conventional grammar moment 10 15 minutes check your work

Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns

1. The girl I babysit for finally learned to tie her shoes herself.

2. You yourself can come to the benefit dance tomorrow night.

3. Andrei bought himself new soccer cleats.

4. The officer herself wrestled the criminal to the ground.

5. I couldn’t find myself in our class picture.

9/26/2012 - Conventional Grammar Moment – 10-15 minutesCheck your work..
9 26 2012 warm up 10 15 minutes

Many schools employ security guards and have installed security equipment such as video cameras and metal detectors in the building.

  • In your opinion, how should security in public schools be handled? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

Read, Summarize, Respond/reflect

9/26/2012 - Warm Up – 10-15 minutes
9 26 2012 core activities 35 minutes for content skills life in preparation for

Radio Play & The Hitchhiker

9/26/2012- - Core Activities - 35 minutes for Content, Skills & life in preparation for . .
  • FINISH review of Diagnostic #1 - Passages 1 & 2
  • Introduction to radio plays - PPT
  • Activity: Listening to “War of the Worlds” excerpt
    • Brief Discussion: the impact of radio
  • Video clip: Sound Effects in radio
    • Venn Diagram – radio vs. TV
  • LevelUp – Elements of Drama
  • LevelUp – Suspense & Foreshadowing
  • A Real Radio Play called . . .
    • The Hitchhiker (PP. 92-101) by Lucile Fletcher
    • The Twilight Zone episode, The Hitchhiker teleplay by Rod Serling
      • Compare/Contrast Essay Assignment
9 26 2012 afternoon study hall

From 4:15 until every individual has left this room, this room will be a Silent Room.

  • This is Individual Time.
  • This is NOT time to socialize.
  • This is a great time to self-reflect on your day.
    • What went well? Where’d you screw up? How can you be more positive and productive tomorrow?
  • You could spend some time on spiritual studies.
  • You could do some sustained silent reading of your personal novels
  • Ah! You could do your Language Arts Homework & Assignments, or work on things to be completed for other classes.
9/26/2012- - Afternoon Study Hall
9 27 2012 sustained silent study hall 1 st block
9/27/2012 - Sustained Silent Study Hall1st Block

While people are coming into the classroom, this room must remain a Silent Room.

  • This is Individual Time.
  • This is NOT time to socialize.
  • This is a great time to self-reflect on your day.
    • What went well? Where’d you screw up? How can you be more positive and productive tomorrow?
  • You could spend some time on spiritual studies.
  • You could do some sustained silent reading of your personal novels
  • Ah! You could do your Language Arts Homework & Assignments, or work on things to be completed for other classes.
9 27 2012 d e a r 10 15 minutes

JOURNALING REQUIREMENTS

EVERY time you read, you must include the following information as part of your journal entry.

  • 9/24/12 Title of Book, Author’s Last Name Pg# - Pg#
  • D.E.A.R. Subsequent Lines should be composed of”
    • JS#___
    • Vocabulary Work – Words to suggest
                  • Journal Writing – Next Journal Starter, or Approach Paper Work
                  • Evidence of any/all reading strategies being put to work on your novel.
9/27/2012 - D.E.A.R. - 10-15 minutes
9 27 2012 what should i stay reminded of

Regular Weekly Homework

  • Read every night for 20 minutes and Journal.
  • Article of the Week due FRIDAY

Regular Bi-Weekly Homework

  • Vocabulary related HW & Assignments
    • VISS (Charts) due this FRIDAY
    • Artifacts due this FRIDAY
  • Vocabulary Test – on or soon after Oct 3rd

Regular Bi-Weekly Homework

  • Approach Papers – 10/30

OTHER Homework

9/27/2012 - What should I stay reminded of?
9 27 2012 conventional grammar moment 10 15 minutes use your grammar texts to complete this

Student Led Teacher Guided Assessment Checking

  • Complete Check of Diagnostic Test #1
  • Check PLOT & Character Assessment

BEGIN Diagnostic Test #3

9/27/2012 - Conventional Grammar Moment – 10-15 minutesUSE your grammar texts to complete this
9 27 2012 conventional grammar moment 10 15 minutes check your work

Student Led Teacher Guided Assessment Checking

  • Complete Check of Diagnostic Test #1
  • Check PLOT & Character Assessment

BEGIN Diagnostic Test #3

9/27/2012 - Conventional Grammar Moment – 10-15 minutesCheck your work..
9 27 2012 warm up 10 15 minutes

Student Led Teacher Guided Assessment Checking

  • Complete Check of Diagnostic Test #1
  • Check PLOT & Character Assessment

BEGIN Diagnostic Test #3

Read, Summarize, Respond/reflect

9/27/2012 - Warm Up – 10-15 minutes
9 27 2012 core activities 35 minutes for content skills life in preparation for

Radio Play & The Hitchhiker

9/27/2012- - Core Activities - 35 minutes for Content, Skills & life in preparation for . .
  • Introduction to radio plays - PPT
  • Activity: Listening to “War of the Worlds” excerpt
    • Brief Discussion: the impact of radio
  • Video clip: Sound Effects in radio
    • Venn Diagram – radio vs. TV
  • LevelUp – Elements of Drama
  • LevelUp – Suspense & Foreshadowing
  • A Real Radio Play called . . .
    • The Hitchhiker (PP. 92-101) by Lucile Fletcher
    • The Twilight Zone episode, The Hitchhiker teleplay by Rod Serling
      • Compare/Contrast Essay Assignment
9 27 2012 afternoon study hall

From 4:15 until every individual has left this room, this room will be a Silent Room.

  • Ah! You could and should do your Language Arts Homework & Assignments, or work on things to be completed for other classes.
  • This is kind of individual Time.
  • This is NOT time to socialize.
  • This is a great time to self-reflect on your day.
    • What went well? Where’d you screw up? How can you be more positive and productive tomorrow?
  • You could spend some time on spiritual studies.
  • You could do some sustained silent reading of your personal novels
9/27/2012- Afternoon Study Hall
9 28 2012 sustained silent study hall 1 st block
9/28/2012- Sustained Silent Study Hall - 1st Block

While people are coming into the classroom, this room must remain a Silent Room.

  • This is Individual Time.
  • This is NOT time to socialize.
  • This is a great time to self-reflect on your day.
    • What went well? Where’d you screw up? How can you be more positive and productive tomorrow?
  • You could spend some time on spiritual studies.
  • You could do some sustained silent reading of your personal novels
  • Ah! You could do your Language Arts Homework & Assignments, or work on things to be completed for other classes.
9 28 2012 d e a r 10 15 minutes

JOURNALING REQUIREMENTS

EVERY time you read, you must include the following information as part of your journal entry.

  • 9/24/12 Title of Book, Author’s Last Name Pg# - Pg#
  • D.E.A.R. Subsequent Lines should be composed of”
    • JS#___
    • Vocabulary Work – Words to suggest
                  • Journal Writing – Next Journal Starter, or Approach Paper Work
                  • Evidence of any/all reading strategies being put to work on your novel.
9/28/2012 - D.E.A.R. - 10-15 minutes
9 28 2012 what should i stay reminded of

Regular Weekly Homework

  • Read every night for 20 minutes and Journal.
  • Article of the Week due TODAY!!!!

Regular Bi-Weekly Homework

  • Vocabulary related HW & Assignments
    • Posters are due NEXT Wednesday.
    • Edmodo.com postings are due Monday.
    • VISS (Charts) due this FRIDAY
    • Artifacts due this FRIDAY
  • Vocabulary Test October 3rd, 2012.

Regular MONTHLY Homework

  • Approach Papers are due NEXT Tuesday – 10/30

OTHER Homework

Finish The Tell-Tale Heart Mood Poster this weekend. – Due Monday.

Finish Questions 1-8 & the Essay on the Tell-Tale Heart Worksheet. – Due Monday.

Enjoy Life, and allow others to enjoy theirs.

9/28/2012 - What should I stay reminded of?
slide34

Indefinite Pronouns

Indefinite pronouns refer to unnamed people or things. They do not usually have definite antecedents.

Use the grammar books if you like  .

Examples: EveryoneI invited is coming to the party. Have you seen anybodyfrom class?

List as many indefinite pronouns as you can below.

Use 10 of them in sentences of your own.

9/25/2012- - Conventional Grammar Moment – 10-15 minutesTake Notes, Copy the example(s), copy the items, follow the instructions.
9 25 2012 conventional grammar moment 10 15 minutes check your work
9/25/2012- - Conventional Grammar Moment – 10-15 minutesCheck your work..

Indefinite Pronouns - 15 sentences of your own creation.

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9 28 2012 warm up about 10 minutes read copy reflect

Do you think that the movie and/or TV ratings systems are effective or useful?

Use specific reasons and examples to support your position.

9/28/2012 - Warm Up – about 10 minutesRead, Copy & Reflect
slide37

Diagnostic Test #2

Pen, Pencil, Highlighter

Folders for Cover

9/28/2012 - Core Activities - 35 minutes for Content, Skills & life in preparation for Stop the Sun by Gary Paulsen.
9 28 2012 core activities 35 minutes silent workshopping

The Hitchhiker vs The Tell-Tale Heart

Story Compare/Contrast Rough Draft

Students will write a persuasive essay in which s/he draws comparisons/contrasts using specific details from both stories to convince the reader of which story portrays MOOD and TONE more effectively.

You MUST turn in these 3 steps of the writing process TODAY:

  • Brainstorming This is the Notes on details from both stories. Questions you’ve answered, etc.
  • Planning HM-Lit R37-38, Outline, VENN, T-Chart, however you want

to plan it is fine. There must be visual proof of planning

that makes sense.

  • Rough Drafting Write a rough draft based off of your notes and plan.
9/28/2012 - Core Activities – 35+ minutes Silent Workshopping
9 28 2012 afternoon study hall

From 4:15 until every individual has left this room, this room will be a Silent Room.

  • This is Individual Time.
  • This is NOT time to socialize.
  • This is a great time to self-reflect on your day.
    • What went well? Where’d you screw up? How can you be more positive and productive tomorrow?
  • You could spend some time on spiritual studies.
  • You could do some sustained silent reading of your personal novels
  • Ah! You could do your Language Arts Homework & Assignments, or work on things to be completed for other classes.
9/28/2012 - Afternoon Study Hall
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