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Wednesday, September 5 th. Objectives: Recall information about RBC Tell me about yourself and how you best learn Create a group presentation and report to the class Connect “My Name” to your own experiences Document the meaning of your name.

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Wednesday september 5 th

Wednesday, September 5th

Objectives:

Recall information about RBC

Tell me about yourself and how you best learn

Create a group presentation and report to the class

Connect “My Name” to your own experiences

Document the meaning of your name

When you come in, take your laptop and sit in your seat.

Log on to your laptop and open a Word Document.

Close your laptop lid and get ready for your quiz!


Rbc quiz
RBC Quiz

All answers on lined sheet of paper

Name at the TOP!

Read all the directions carefully

Hand in when finished

If you finish early, return to the website and fill in the survey.

Hit “submit” when finished.


Group presentations
Group Presentations

Gather in your groups

Review your information and decide who is going to say what—EVERYONE must speak

Each group will share names and traits with the class


Introductory creative writing
Introductory creative writing

  • “My Name” from The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros

    • The House on Mango Street is made up of vignettes that are not quite poems and not quite full stories. Esperanza narrates these vignettes in first-person present tense, focusing on her day-to-day activities but sometimes narrating sections that are just a series of observations. The vignettes can be as short as two or three paragraphs long and sometimes contain internal rhymes.


Wednesday september 5 th

Read the instructions

Type into a Word Document

Save to your flash drive, print, or save to my flash drive before the bell rings

Final copy due on Friday, September 7th