Welcome to ESL, 12/14/11 • Warm Up • Please welcome our guest teacher • Open to ESL notes : Through the Lens film notes • Can you add any ideas to your notes page before we finish the film? I am so sorry I can’t be in class with you today but I know you are going to make me proud by showing our classroom and our guest teacher with respect. – Ms. Anna
I can statement/agenda • Today, 12/14, I can…Know: Summarize the role of photography in discovery. Do: Draft a partner summary of my Through the Lens film notes. Agenda: • 1. Warm up (5 minutes) • 2. Introduce film/tape film notes into ESL notebook (5 minutes) • 3. finish Through the Lens film note taking (15 minutes) • 4. Partner Summary writing (20 minutes)
Through the Lens • Complete film notes page while you view the film • Always be thinking… DISCOVERY! • Film notes & summaries will be checked tomorrow by Ms. Anna
Partner Summary • Find a partner who will support you, work hard and be respectful • Use your film notes to write a paragraph summary of “Through The Lens” • Summary should include the word discovery, the story of 1 photographer or more, and why photography is important to discovery.
Welcome to Social Studies Tuesday, December 13 Materials Managers: SS notebooks Warm-up: • Label table of contents in SS notebook: American Experience Film Notes • Label next blank page in SS notebook: American Experience Film Notes
I can statement/agenda • Today, 12/14, I can… • Know: Expand my understanding of the American Indian experience during the 1830s. • Do: Draft film notes on "American Experience- We shall remain” Agenda1. warm up (5 minutes) 2. review due dates(5 minutes) 3. American Experience Film & note taking (40 minutes)
Due dates • Debates will be held tomorrow • Debate quiz will be a take home quiz tomorrow night (due Friday) • Poetry project still due Friday • Writers notebook check completed tomorrow • Readers notebook check Friday
Language Arts Transition • Materials Managers: Please return SS notebooks, pick up writers. • Warm-up: • Label Writers TOC: Haiku and Ode • Label next blank page in Writers: Haiku and Ode • Turn and talk: “What do you remember about the haiku and the ode?
I can statement/agenda • Today, 12/14, I can… • Know: Refresh my understanding of different poetry types. • Do: Draft a sonnet, haiku or ode. • Agenda1. warm up(5 minutes)2. Introduce haiku & ode/ note taking (10 minutes)3. draft poems for poetry project(30 minutes)4. Clean up (5 minutes)
A traditional form of Japanese poetry • Follows a 5-7-5 syllable pattern • Usually about nature • Example: • The Rose Donna Brock The red blossom bends and drips its dew to the ground. Like a tear it falls • A love (or hate) letter written to the person or object • Includes the 5 senses (very descriptive) • Begins with “Oh ______” or “Ode to __________” • Example: • Ode To Cheese, Which Makes Us Smile, When Camera's go Clack.Ode To Cheese, Which make us taste, The greatest of flavors, the wackiest of whack Haiku Ode
Directions • Draft either 1 sonnet, 1 ode or 2 haikus • Include 1 simile, 1 metaphor, 1 hyperbole or allusion • When you finish your poem • Edit/revise it with a partner • Draft a new poem of a different type