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Welcome to English 10. Mrs Kenney [email protected] Classroom expectations. Students must be on time for class. Students must show respect for themselves, and everybody else in the room. Students must show respect for school property and their classmate’s property.

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Welcome to english 10

Welcome to English 10

Mrs Kenney

[email protected]


Classroom expectations

Classroom expectations

  • Students must be on time for class.

  • Students must show respect for themselves, and everybody else in the room.

  • Students must show respect for school property and their classmate’s property.

  • Students must submit assignments by the due date.

  • Students will be encouraged to use electronic devices during certain lessons, but should not have them out other than these times.

  • No food or drinks other than water permitted in class.


Materials for friday

Materials for Friday

  • A novel. Keep in mind you will need to read one non-fiction and one novel written before 1980 by the end of the term.

  • A notebook for your Independent Reading Portfolio.


What are you thinking when you see this picture

What are you thinking when you see this picture?


Reading workshop lesson 1 reading is thinking good readers stop and think

Reading Workshop Lesson 1: Reading is thinking . Good readers stop and think

Good readers develop certain habits of mind such as:

Q= Asking questions of what they read

C= Making connections ( T-T, T-S, T-W) to support understanding

I= Inferring meaning ( Reading between the lines)

Conc= Drawing conclusions

S= Making personal statements in response


Annotation see handout

Annotation (See Handout)

To annotate is to make notes about what you are reading.

Reading to learn demands a strategic approach like annotating.

We now know good readers stop and think.

These thoughts become the annotations.

The annotations become fuel for insight into what you are reading.


Practice annotate your thinking about this image

Practice………Annotate your thinking about this image.

Q= Ask questions about aspects of the text.

C= Make connections ( T-T, T-S, T-W) to support understanding

I= Infer meaning (Read between the lines….in this case figure out what a detail might mean)

Conc= Draw a conclusion about the image.

S= Make personal statements in response


The afghan girl before and later

The Afghan Girl – Before and Later

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=llxw0bL7wfQ


Complete student information sheet

Complete Student Information Sheet


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