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Warm Up : May 8. background knowledge of CBM writing essay . 1. When is the CBM writing for social studies? 2. What percent of your grade is the CBM as a whole? Is the writing? 3. Math: What score do you need on a CBM (out of 20) to score proficient (65%)? Advanced (85%)?

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warm up may 8
Warm Up: May 8

background knowledge of CBM writing essay.

1. When is the CBM writing for social studies?

2. What percent of your grade is the CBM as a whole? Is the writing?

3. Math: What score do you need on a CBM (out of 20) to score proficient (65%)? Advanced (85%)?

4. What do you need to know in order to score at least proficient on your CBM?

objective and dol
Objective and DOL

Objective

DOL

  • SWBAT evaluate the elements of an advanced SEE-I paragraph, and write and make corrections to write their own advanced paragraphs
  • Given prompts, SWBAT write an advanced SEE-I paragraph, and justify a proficient-advanced score from the SEE-I rubric.
procedure for next two days
Procedure for next two days
  • We will be reviewing elements of an advanced SEE-I today, and practicing these .
  • Tomorrow we will work with our SEE-I’s more, and go over key content to include Wednesday. You will be given credit for today’s SEE-I and tomorrow’s notes and SEE-I.
review
Review
  • SEE-I? 0-5
    • Statement, Elaboration, Example, Illustration.
    • making a thesis statement and using three different ways to justify your answer.
    • Must include all 4 parts
      • order does matter. (organization score; avoid not getting credit for one of the parts that you did.)
statement
Statement
  • Advanced (4): Opens with a clear statement which precisely addresses the question or problem
    • 3: generally addresses
    • 2: vague, or only in part addresses the question or problem.
  • Is popular culture an accurate reflection of actual culture? Examples:
    • Popular culture is things like Jersey Shore and Justin Beiber, and actual culture is reality.
    • Popular culture is an accurate reflection of actual culture.
    • Popular culture is an accurate reflection of actual culture because it shows the values, actions, and beliefs of a society.

What is a key difference between a 3 and 4?

elaboration in other words
Elaboration: In other words….
  • Advanced (4): Includes several sentences of elaboration on the initial claim that are accurate and relevant
    • 3: includes several clear sentences, but is vague, generalized, or unclear in some places.
    • 2: includes only one sentence of elaboration, or elaboration that is vague, generalized, or unclear.
elaboration
Elaboration
  • Is popular culture an accurate reflection of accurate culture? Examples:
  • In other words, popular culture shows society as it really is. Although it may exaggerate reality, or idealize reality, it shows the basic components of our society, for better or worse. Popular culture tells us what is acceptable or unacceptable.
  • In other words, popular culture does not show reality as it truly is. It is not an accurate in showing our society.
  • In other words, popular culture exaggerates the good and bad in our society. Sometimes it idealizes our society, and shows that everything works out for the better. In television episodes, people’s problems are nearly always solved by the end of the episode, and in the media, celebrities show Americans to be flawlessly beautiful. It can also make us look worse than we really are. It shows teenagers are partying, hormonal animals, and makes it seem like crime occurs much more than it does. For better or worse, popular culture is not an accurate depiction of actual culture.
example for example
Example: For example…
  • Advanced (4): At least one well-chosen example is presented that clarifies the statement
    • 3: one well-chosen example is presented that clarifies the statement
    • 2: an example is presented. While it may be personal or relate to the text, it does little to clarify the statement.
example
Example
  • Is popular culture an accurate reflection of accurate culture? Examples:
  • For example, in the news, of the crime reports that are televised, 29% are about murder. However only .1% of crime is actually murder, which makes our nation look much more violent than it actually is. Another example is Fresh Prince of Bel Air, only this show idealizes our society. It makes it look like there is always an easy way out, and life’s problems are always able to be solved easily, as the issues on this show are always fixed within a 30 minute episode. In reality, there isn’t always a rich family member to solve everything for you.
    • One of these by itsself would probably warrant a 3.
  • For example, the news shows lots of murders on tv.
illustration
Illustration
  • Advanced (4):An illustration is given that paints a vivid picture, and is creative and original. The illustration’s relationship to the statement is explained.
    • 3: An illustration is provided that shows understanding of the concept. The illustration’s relationship to the statement is explained.
    • 2: Illustration does not show understanding of the concept, or the relationship to the statement is not explained.
illustration1
Illustration
  • Is popular culture an accurate reflection of actual culture? Examples:
  • Popular culture is like Cinderella, it just doesn’t show culture like it really is.
  • Popular culture is like sitting on a thorn.
  • Popular culture shows actual culture like a mirror reflects after a shower. Although the mirror is there to show your reflection as it actually is, in reality, it is too foggy to actually show you accurately. Popular culture too seems like it shows reality, but it actually is too muddled to show society as it actually is.
see i practice
SEE-I Practice
  • Write on the following:
  • Is revolution necessary and is it always justified?
grade justify correct
Grade, Justify, Correct
  • Grade yourself as you imagine your scorer grading you on the CBM. Be honest with yourself.
  • Go back and make edits as needed so that you have at least a 17!
  • We can get advanced!
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Revolution is necessary and it is justified when there is lack of personal and political freedom, as well as economic inequality within your area. In other words, when you have your freedoms taken away from you such as the freedom of speech and freedom of religion taken away from you, it is ethical to revolt. Your government should not be able to take these away from you. Additionally, when there is sever economic inequality in your world and you have no opportunity to make money or get a job, it is worthy of revolt. This is all worsened when you don’t have the political freedom to change it because you have a dictator or corrupt government. For example in the Arab Spring, middle middle eastern and North African countries revolted because they were expereincing all of these things. There was a high unemployment rate and young educated citizens could not find jobs. There was discontent over the corrupt government, and the did not have the personal freedoms to be able to protest or try to make change. After being oppressed in these ways for years, there was an abundance of civil unrest that led to revolutions. Revolution is like a ballon popping. When it is under enough pressure, of course it will pop. When enough oppression and lack of freedoms are squeezing down on the people, it is obvious and necessary for them to erupt, or pop, in the form of revolution.

economic inequality
Economic Inequality
  • Possible prompts:
    • What are the major underlying causes of economic inequality both domestically and internationally?
    • Is it the fault of poor people or nations that they are poor?
  • Key terms to include:
    • cycle of poverty,
    • Imperialism
    • Poverty
    • Wealth
    • others?
revolution and nationalism
Revolution and Nationalism
    • What are the underlying causes of revolutionary movements?
  • Key terms to include:
    • 6 bonds of nationalism
    • social media
    • traditional media
    • established power
    • revolutionary movements
    • Oppression
    • social uprising
    • cycle of revolutions
    • American/French revolution
    • others?
immigration
Immigration
  • Possible prompts:
    • What is the difference between immigration and emigration?
    • Why do people choose to immigrate or emigrate to new areas of the globe?
    • Do societies have a responsibility to open their borders for people escaping hardships or oppressive conditions in their home nations?
    • Should there be a world without borders and how would this change the current geopolitical climate?
  • work with a partner: review notes to come up with key terminology to include in SEE-I.
  • Possible answers: Push factors, Pull Factors, DREAM Act, American Dream, SB 1070, deportation, amnesty
technology
Technology
  • Possible prompts:
    • What are the most significant advances in technology throughout world history?
    • Have advances in technology proven to be a more productive or destructive force on people and societies throughout world history?
    • What are the implications and consequences of people or societies living behind the technology curve?
  • work on key conceptsindividually for a prewrite
  • Possible answers: printing press, steam engine, electricity, internet, industrial revolution, stem cell research, body augmentation, technological developed, technology curve, resources
popular culture vs actual culture
Popular Culture vs Actual Culture
  • Popular Culture: possible prompts:
    • What is the difference between popular and actual culture?
    • Is popular culture an accurate reflection of actual culture?
  • What are some key concepts and vocabulary you could include?
see i practice1
SEE-I Practice
  • Pick one to write on: Must Prewrite before!
    • Why do people choose to immigrate or emigrate to new areas of the globe?
    • Do societies have a responsibility to open their borders for people escaping hardships or oppressive conditions in their home nations?
    • What are the underlying causes of revolutionary movements?
    • Is popular culture an accurate reflection of actual culture?
peer conferences
Peer Conferences
  • Trade with a partner, and give them a grade for each part of the SEE-I (+ O G)
    • 3 minutes of silence
  • Trade back, and tell your partner what they can improve on, and why you scored them what you did.
    • 5 minutes
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DOL
  • Make corrections on your SEE-I using commentary from peer conferences
  • write 3 areas to focus on for CBM
see i practice2
SEE-I Practice
  • Pick one of the following to write an See-I:
    • What are the most significant advances in technology throughout world history?
    • Have advances in technology proven to be a more productive or destructive force on people and societies throughout world history?
    • What are the implications and consequences of people or societies living behind the technology curve?