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Interview Paper. Mr. Rush Go Muskies September 7-8, 2010. Why are We Doing This. Quality over Quantity ACT- knowing grammar/ punctuation How do citizens feel about Congress? How will citizens vote this November?. What we will do T oday- Tuesday. Objectives Citizenship Rights

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Interview paper

Interview Paper

Mr. Rush

Go Muskies

September 7-8, 2010


Why are we doing this

Why are We Doing This

  • Quality over Quantity

  • ACT- knowing grammar/ punctuation

  • How do citizens feel about Congress?

  • How will citizens vote this November?


What we will do t oday tuesday

What we will doToday- Tuesday

  • Objectives

  • Citizenship Rights

  • Analyze how democratic participation can cause change.

  • People in Societies

  • Analyze how current issues/possible solutions may be viewed differently by cultural groups

What we will do today

Check 3rd Interview

Go Over Rubric/ Checklist

Complete Graphic Organizer

Type Paper

Tmw: Peer Editing


3 part venn diagram

3 Part Venn Diagram

  • Have out your 3 Interviews- Mrs. Liberi and/or Mr. Rush will check this.

  • Compare and Contrast the 3 interviews

  • Write down words/phrases- not sentences

  • Idea: Use this to organize your paper.

  • You have 5 minutes.


What did you write

What did you write?

  • Share with a partner

  • 1 unique fact from each interview

  • 3 things they all have in common

  • 4 examples to support your ideas

  • You have 3 minutes.


Rubric checklist

Rubric/ Checklist

  • Look over the Rubric/ Checklist

  • This is what your paper should include.


Your paper

Your Paper

  • Do not just write out 1 paragraph from each interview. Use your Venn Diagram

  • Discuss in your paper how they were similar.

  • Discuss how they were different

  • Use Examples to back up your points.

  • 2 pages, Have a Hook!, Spellchecked

  • 12 font, Times New Roman.

  • Save your paper. Use Memory Stick, Email it to your email address. 1 page by the end of class today. 2 pages by the start of class tomorrow.


By the end of class

By the End of Class

  • Use Examples to back up your points.

  • 2 pages, Have a Hook!

  • 12 font, Times New Roman.

  • Save your paper. Use Memory Stick, Email it to your email address.

  • 1 page by the end of class today. 2 pages by the start of class tomorrow.

  • Show a Teacher your 3rd Interview!


Interview paper editing

Interview Paper Editing

Go Muskies

Wednesday, September 8th, 2010


Why are we doing this1

Why are We Doing This

  • Quality over Quantity

  • ACT- knowing grammar/ punctuation

  • How do citizens feel about Congress?

  • How will citizens vote this November?

  • Good Writers Ask for Help to Revise Papers

  • In College, you type papers.


What we will do t oday wednes day

What we will doToday- Wednesday

  • Objectives

  • Citizenship Rights

  • Analyze how democratic participation can cause change.

  • People in Societies

  • Analyze how current issues/possible solutions may be viewed differently by cultural groups

What we will do today

Go Over Rubric/ Checklist

Relook at Graphic Organizer

Go over Peer Editing Checklist

Peer Edit/ Edit Paper using Checklist


Rubric checklist1

Rubric/ Checklist

  • Look over the Rubric/ Checklist

  • This is what your paper should include.


Edit your own paper

Edit your Own Paper

  • Read your paper out loud quietly to yourself

  • Read in a library type of voice

  • Look at the rubric-

    • Where is the paper strong?

    • Where does the paper need work?

  • Make changes as you listen to your paper.


Editing

Editing

  • You will be assigned a partner

  • Work with this partner

  • Try to help each other

  • Write changes on your paper


By the end of class1

By the End of Class

  • 2 pages finished or close to finished

  • 3 people edit your paper and suggested changes

  • Paper due tomorrow at the beginning of class


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