10 th Grade English Wednesday 9 Oct. 2013 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

grady-lopez
10 th grade english wednesday 9 oct 2013 n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
10 th Grade English Wednesday 9 Oct. 2013 PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
10 th Grade English Wednesday 9 Oct. 2013

play fullscreen
1 / 6
Download Presentation
10 th Grade English Wednesday 9 Oct. 2013
63 Views
Download Presentation

10 th Grade English Wednesday 9 Oct. 2013

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. 10th Grade EnglishWednesday 9 Oct. 2013 Agenda: Data for Vocab/Comprehension Journal Make Act III Vocabulary Flashcards Watch Acts I-II on Video! Homework: Study Act III Vocabulary for 20 minutes tonight.

  2. Julius Caesar Act 1 Data Report

  3. Julius Caesar Act II Data Report

  4. Class Averages • Period 1: • Act 1 Vocab Average: 79.56% Act II Vocab Avg: 93.68% • Act I Comprehension Avg: 80.55% Act II Comprehension Avg: 87.73% • Vocab Increase: 14.12% Comprehension Increase: 7.18% • Period 2: • Act 1 Vocab Average: 74.48% Act II Vocab Avg: 80.8% • Act I Comprehension Avg: 74.5% Act II Comprehension Avg: 89.1% • Vocab Increase: 6.32% Comprehension Increase: 14.6% • Period 3 • Act 1 Vocab Average: 72% Act II Vocab Avg: 94.36% • Act I Comprehension Avg: 80% Act II Comprehension Avg: 89.1% • Vocab Increase: 22.36% Comprehension Increase: 9.1%

  5. Journal: Tracking Our Growth • Looking at how each period increased their class average on both tests, let’s do some reflection. • What are you most proud of on the Act II Test? Why? • What will you be sure to do as we prepare to begin Act III? • Why do you think test scores went up? Did you . . . • Study more at home • Participate more in class • Take better notes • Intentionally pay attention • Establish listening goals • Volunteer to read aloud • Read along as others read aloud • Use the notes in the margin of the text book

  6. Learning Targets • I can define at least 3 words from Act III Vocabulary.