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January 2014 Bell-Ringer Activities and Lesson Plans. ENGLISH II. Monday, January 6 – Wednesday, January 8. SNOW DAYS. Thursday, January 9 Welcome back!. AGENDA. BELL-RINGER. There is someone in our class who are rather shy natasha said but they shouldn’t be ignored.

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January 2014 bell ringer activities and lesson plans

January 2014 Bell-Ringer Activities and Lesson Plans

ENGLISH II


Monday january 6 wednesday january 8

Monday, January 6 – Wednesday, January 8

  • SNOW DAYS


Thursday january 9 welcome back

Thursday, January 9Welcome back!

AGENDA

BELL-RINGER

There is someone in our class who are rather shy natasha said but they shouldn’t be ignored.

To complete the project your required to meet certain deadlines at all stages or you won’t finish them on time.

  • Bell-ringer #1 – sentence revision

  • Pass back argumentative paragraphs – discuss

  • HANDOUT: logical, emotional, and ethical appeals

  • Read article/find all three types of appeals


Friday january 10

Friday, January 10

AGENDA

BELL-RINGER

Read the provided article. After reading, write a summary of the articlein paragraph form.

Make sure your first sentence identifies title, author, and main idea expressed.

Provide supporting details. Which details were most important in the article.

Conclude by providing your reaction to the topic – cite your own personal experience, your own views, etc.

  • Bell-ringer #2 – non-fiction reading

  • Review three types of appeals

  • Second article reading/find all three appeals


Monday january 13

Monday, January 13

AGENDA

BELL-RINGER

I also believe that the amount someone practice the music tells us something about how they will perform it.

I have spent my allowance so youll have to borrow me some money if the 4 of us want to go out to eat together.

  • Bell-ringer #3 – sentence revision and context clues

  • Pass out argumentative essay outline/work on in class – due at the beginning of the hour tomorrow


Tuesday january 14

Tuesday, January 14

AGENDA

BELL-RINGER

Read the provided article. After reading, write a summary of the articlein paragraph form.

Make sure your first sentence identifies title, author, and main idea expressed.

Provide supporting details. Which details were most important in the article.

Conclude by providing your reaction to the topic – cite your own personal experience, your own views, etc.

  • Bell-ringer #4 – non-fiction reading and context clues

  • Check argumentative essay outlines

  • Write introduction paragraphs (double-space) /copy due Thursday


Wednesday january 15

Wednesday, January 15

AGENDA

BELL-RINGER

The caspian sea is one of the few bodies of water where sturgeon harvested mainly for caviar can be found.

Walking by the construction site the broken sidewalk caused nomar to trip then he twisted his ankle.

  • Bell-ringer #5 – sentence revision

  • Continue working on introduction paragraphs/double-spaced copy due tomorrow

  • If you finish your intro paragraph, begin working on the next paragraph.


Thursday january 16

Thursday, January 16

AGENDA

BELL-RINGER

Read the provided article. After reading, write a summary of the articlein paragraph form.

Make sure your first sentence identifies title, author, and main idea expressed.

Provide supporting details. Which details were most important in the article.

Conclude by providing your reaction to the topic – cite your own personal experience, your own views, etc.

  • Bell-ringer #6 – non-fiction reading

  • Check argumentative intro paragraphs

  • Peer editing: argumentative introduction paragraphs/discuss rubric (handout)

  • Revisions


Friday january 17

Friday, January 17

AGENDA

BELL-RINGER

Construction of the cathedral of st john the divine in new york city was begun in 1892 and still it is underway.

The newspaper reported that less people attended the dance recital then had been expected but the small attendance for the performance still made a profit.

  • Bell-ringer #7 – sentence revision

  • Review body paragraph principles

  • Add both body paragraphs to your intro paragraph

  • Body paragraphs due Tuesday, 1/21 (5th) or Wednesday, 1/22 (3rd)


Monday january 20 no 3 rd hour map testing thursday january 23 no 5 th hour map testing

Monday, January 20 – no 3rd hour (MAP Testing)Thursday, January 23 – no 5th hour (MAP Testing)

AGENDA

BELL-RINGER

Christine was unable to attend the jazz performance I didn’t go neither because she couldn’t go.

The figure skater juanita has great height when she jumps her spins have improved great.

  • Bell-ringer #8 – sentence revision

  • Work on body paragraphs (2)

    • 3rd HOUR: Due Wednesday at the end of the hour

    • 5th HOUR: Due Tuesday at the end of the hour


Tuesday january 21

Tuesday, January 21

  • SNOW DAY


Wednesday january 22

Wednesday, January 22

AGENDA

BELL-RINGER

Read the provided article. After reading, write a summary of the articlein paragraph form.

Make sure your first sentence identifies title, author, and main idea expressed.

Provide supporting details. Which details were most important in the article.

Conclude by providing your reaction to the topic – cite your own personal experience, your own views, etc.

  • Bell-ringer #9 – non-fiction reading

  • Continue work on body paragraphs

    • 3rdHOUR: Due tomorrow at the end of the hour

    • 5th HOUR: Due today at the end of the hour

  • Work on conclusion paragraphs if finished early


Thursday january 23 friday january 24

Thursday, January 23/Friday, January 24

  • SNOW DAY

  • MAP Testing


Monday january 27

Monday, January 27

  • SNOW DAY


Tuesday january 28

Tuesday, January 28

AGENDA

BELL-RINGER

Read the provided article. After reading, write a summary of the articlein paragraph form.

Make sure your first sentence identifies title, author, and main idea expressed.

Provide supporting details. Which details were most important in the article.

Conclude by providing your reaction to the topic – cite your own personal experience, your own views, etc.

  • Bell-ringer #10 – non-fiction reading – TAKE A GRADE (50 points)

  • Using rubrics (review expectations), peer revisions

  • Revise own paragraphs

  • Conclusion paragraphs due tomorrow


Wednesday january 29

Wednesday, January 29

AGENDA

BELL-RINGER

There was this small dog laying on the rug that I don’t see and I stumbled over it.

The child who is wearing the blue dress is my Cousin she likes to read swim and to paint.

  • Bell-ringer #1 – sentence revision

  • Check conclusion paragraphs

  • Using rubrics (review expectations), peer revisions

  • Revise own paragraphs


Thursday january 30

Thursday, January 30

AGENDA

BELL-RINGER

Read the provided article. After reading, write a summary of the articlein paragraph form.

Make sure your first sentence identifies title, author, and main idea expressed.

Provide supporting details. Which details were most important in the article.

Conclude by providing your reaction to the topic – cite your own personal experience, your own views, etc.

  • Bell-ringer #2 – non-fiction reading

  • Setting up papers in MLA-style format/take notes

  • LAB: Type final draft of paper in MLA-style

  • Typed copy will be checked on Monday


Friday january 31 early dismissal school improvement

Friday, January 31Early Dismissal: School Improvement

AGENDA

BELL-RINGER

When someone is young they are more willing to listen to what their friends say about what you should wear.

Weather the committee will ever find a solution to the problem msgauchet said remains doubtful cause of differences of opinion.

  • Bell-ringer #3 – sentence revision

  • Review MLA principles

  • LAB: Continue typing/drafting – typed copy due Monday


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