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January. Assignments. Learning Target: How do I use description and reflection to write about events, and/or characters for a story?. Agenda: M. 1/6 Welcome to the New Year 20 minutes of Silent Reading in your novel Vocabulary : New words : “hyper”= over, overly

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january

January

Assignments

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Learning Target: How do I use description and reflection to write about events, and/or characters for a story?
  • Agenda: M. 1/6
  • Welcome to the NewYear
  • 20 minutes of Silent Reading in your novel
  • Vocabulary: New words: “hyper”= over, overly
      • Due: Thursday 1/9 & Friday 1/10
  • 1. Definition, 2. Sentence, 3. Synonym/Antonym, 4. Image/Icon
      • hyperactive
      • hyperbole
      • hypercritical
      • hypertension
      • Hyperventilation
learning target how do i use description and reflection to show events and or characters of a story
Learning Target: How do I use description and reflection to show events, and/or characters of a story?
  • Agenda: T. 1/7& W. 1/8
  • 20 minutes of Silent Reading in your novel
    • INB in Story Responses: Select a moment from your novel and develop it into a “scene” for performance by finding the beginning, middle, and end. Explain why this moment would be an interesting scene.
    • Read together “Painful Memories,” p.401 (Red Anthology)
  • Vocabulary: New words: “hyper”= over, overly
      • Due: Thursday 1/9 & Friday 1/10
  • 1. Definition, 2. Sentence, 3. Synonym/Antonym, 4. Image/Icon
      • hyperactive
      • hyperbole
      • Hypercritical
      • hypertension
      • Hyperventilation
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Learning Target: How do I use description and reflection to show events, and/or characters of a story?
  • Agenda: Th. 1/9 & F. 1/10
  • 20 minutes of Silent Reading in your novel
    • INB in Story Responses: Finish Select a moment from your novel and develop it into a “scene” for performance by finding the beginning, middle, and end. Explain why this moment would be an interesting scene.
    • Perform scenes from “Painful Memories,” p.401
  • Vocabulary: New words: “hyper”= over, overly
      • Due: Thursday 1/9 & Friday 1/10
  • 1. Definition, 2. Sentence, 3. Synonym/Antonym, 4. Image/Icon
      • hyperactive
      • hyperbole
      • Hypercritical
      • hypertension
      • Hyperventilation
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Learning Target: How do I use description and reflection to show events, and/or characters of a story?
  • Agenda: Monday 1/13
  • Work with Mr. Olson’s class on Core, both 1st and 2nd period
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Learning Target: How do I use description and reflection to show events, and/or characters of a story?
  • Agenda: T. 1/14 & W. 1/15
  • 20 minutes of Silent Reading in your novel
    • INB in Story Responses: Look for Vocabulary Words (all root words from the beginning of the year to the present) in your novel and write the sentence, underlining the word (Shoot for 5 words)
    • Finish Performing scenes from “Painful Memories,” p.401
  • Vocabulary: New words: “-logy”= the study of
      • Due: Thursday 1/16 & Friday 1/17
  • 1. Definition, 2. Sentence, 3. Synonym/Antonym, 4. Image/Icon
      • archeology (archaeology is also correct)
      • meteorology
      • psychology
      • seismology
      • theology
      • zoology
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Learning Target: How do I use description and reflection to show events, and/or characters of a story?
  • Agenda: Th. 1/16 & F. 1/17
  • 20 minutes of Silent Reading in your novel
    • INB in Story Responses: Continue Looking for Vocabulary Words (all root words from the beginning of the year to the present) in your novel and write the sentence, underlining the word (Shoot for 5 words)
    • Read Together, “The Clown,” p. 58,
      • Answer questions 1-6, p. 62 in INB, Story Response
  • Vocabulary: New words: “-logy”= the study of
      • Due: Thursday 1/16 & Friday 1/17
  • 1. Definition, 2. Sentence, 3. Synonym/Antonym, 4. Image/Icon
      • archeology (archaeology is also correct)
      • meteorology
      • psychology
      • seismology
      • theology
      • zoology
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Learning Target: How do I use description and reflection to show events, and/or characters of a story?
  • Agenda: T. 1/21 & W. 1/22
  • 20 minutes of Silent Reading in your novel
    • INB in Story Responses: Continue Looking for Vocabulary Words (all root words from the beginning of the year to the present) in your novel and write the sentence, underlining the word (Shoot for 5 words)
    • Finish Reading Together, “The Clown,” p. 58, & Answering questions 1-6, p. 62 in INB, Story Response
  • Vocabulary: New words: “magna, magni”= great, large
      • Due: Thursday 1/23 & Friday 1/24
  • 1. Definition, 2. Sentence, 3. Synonym/Antonym, 4. Image/Icon
      • magnanimous
      • magnate
      • magnificent
      • magnify
      • magnitude
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Learning Target: How do I use description and reflection to show events, and/or characters of a story?
  • Agenda: Th. 1/23 & F. 1/24
  • 20 minutes of Silent Reading in your novel
    • INB in Story Responses: Continue Looking for Vocabulary Words (all root words from the beginning of the year to the present) in your novel and write the sentence, underlining the word (Shoot for 5 words)
    • Finish “The Clown,” p. 58, & Answering questions 1-6, p. 62 in INB, Story Response
  • Vocabulary: New words: “magna, magni”= great, large
      • Due: 1/23 & 1/24
  • 1. Definition, 2. Sentence, 3. Synonym/Antonym, 4. Image/Icon
      • magnanimous
      • magnate
      • magnificent
      • magnify
      • magnitude
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Learning Target: How do I use description and reflection to show events, and/or characters of a story?
  • Agenda: Monday 1/27
  • 20 minutes of Silent Reading in your novel
    • Finish putting your Interactive Notebook together: Due today
    • Vocabulary: New words: “magna, magni”= great, large
      • Due: I will check them off when going over your notebook
  • 1. Definition, 2. Sentence, 3. Synonym/Antonym, 4. Image/Icon
      • magnanimous
      • magnate
      • magnificent
      • magnify
      • magnitude
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Learning Target: How do I use description and reflection to show events, and/or characters of a story?
  • Agenda: T. 1/28 & W. 1/29
  • 20 minutes of Silent Reading in your novel
    • Your Interactive Notebook :turned in Monday
    • Core with Mr. Olson: Writing a Play script
    • Read together, “The Million Pound Bank Note,”
    • by Mark Twain, p. 184 – Create a Setting Tracker to follow the action of the play (p. 183): due at the end of the reading
    • Vocabulary: New words: Next Monday
    • Due: I will check them off when going over your notebook
  • 1. Definition, 2. Sentence, 3. Synonym/Antonym, 4. Image/Icon