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Welcome to ELL 2/14/12 Happy Valentines Day! . Warm Up: Pick up ESL notebook Answer the following questions in your notebook: What information have you learned since winter break? What questions do you have about sequence, past tense verbs or discovery?. I can statement/agenda .

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welcome to ell 2 14 12 happy valentines day

Welcome to ELL2/14/12Happy Valentines Day!

Warm Up:

Pick up ESL notebook

Answer the following questions in your notebook:

What information have you learned since winter break?

What questions do you have about sequence, past tense verbs or discovery?

i can statement agenda
I can statement/agenda
  • Today, 2/14, I can…
  • Know: Summarize my learning about discovery.
  • Do: Review sequence, the past tense and discovery vocabulary.
  • Agenda:

1. Warm up: 5-10 minutes

2. Quiz discussion: 5 minutes

3. Review “Drive to Discover”: 25 minutes

4. Finish WELPA test prep: 10 minutes

vocabulary review
Vocabulary Review
  • Disappear
  • Discover
  • Wreck
  • Ocean
  • Alarm
  • Explorer
  • Famous
  • Search
  • Passenger
past tense practice
Past Tense Practice
  • Land
  • Live
  • Dream
  • Follow
  • Clap
  • Taste
  • Sing
  • Swim
  • Talk
  • Find
study hall 2 14 12 no study hall on thursday 2 16

Study Hall, 2/14/12No study hall on Thursday, 2/16

WELPA updates!

No oral testing today (rescheduled for March 6th)

7th graders 1st and 2nd period tomorrow

8th graders 1st and 2nd period on 3/1 & 3/2

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Welcome to Social StudiesMonday, 2/14/12

Materials Managers: SS notebooks

Warm-up:

Get out your Wiki immigration planning pages

Get out any research you’ve completed

Turn and talk: “What are the reasons your group moved to the US?”

i can statement agenda1
I can statement/agenda

Today, 2/14, I can…

Know: practice non-fiction reading strategies with online and print texts

Do: complete boxes and bullets on my immigration group.

Agenda:

Warm up: 5 minutes

Review study expectations: 10 minutes

Research on immigration groups: 30 minutes

research expectations
Research Expectations

All research, all the time

Use the computers if there isn’t a text that can help you

If you have a smart phone, you MAY use it for research

Use library website and wiki site for research links

You MAY sit with people who are studying the same group

No notes= not an option

resources
Resources
  • http://ecksteineagles.org/library/
  • http://immigrationexample.wikispaces.com/Links+and+Resources
    • Make sure you capitalize the L in Link and the R in Resources
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Welcome the Language Arts, 2/14/12
  • Materials Manager: return SS, pick up Readers Notebook
  • Warm Up:
  • Pick up book club books
  • Turn and talk: “Which reading challenge book interests you?”
i can statement agenda2
I can statement/agenda
  • Today, 2/14, I can…
  • Know: Reflect on the theme of my book club book.
  • Do: Use my book club book to write long about a quick note.
  • Agenda:
  • 1. warm up: 5 minutes
  • 2. mid winter break reading challenge: 5 minutes
  • 3. Review “Writing long”: 5 minutes
  • 4. Write long/silent read: 30 minutes
mid winter break reading challenge
Mid Winter Break Reading challenge
  • Finish book by 2/27/12
  • Must have reading logs & quick notes
  • When return, your pass to the celebration will be an updated Reader’s notebook with:
    • a book review,
    • letter to a friend,
    • Or a claim paragraph
writing long about reading
Writing Long about Reading
  • What theme(s) do you see in your book so far? Give examples (evidence) to support your claim.
    • List themes other than responsibility
  • How does the theme(s) you wrote about above relate to all people? Be specific, please.