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Welcome to 10 th Grade AVID. Assignments Due:. Syllabus signatures due Friday Binder and Portfolio Materials due Friday. Wednesday July 23 rd , 2014. Today ’ s Agenda:. AVID Overview/Making the Grade Video Clip & Go Over Syllabus Cornell Notes Power Point. Objective:.

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Welcome to 10th Grade AVID

Assignments Due:

Syllabus signatures due Friday

Binder and Portfolio Materials due Friday

Wednesday

July 23rd, 2014

Today’s Agenda:

AVID Overview/Making the Grade Video Clip & Go Over Syllabus

Cornell Notes Power Point

Objective:

I will learn various skills and strategies that will help me become a more effective students.

Essential Question:

What skills do students need to develop to become better students?

what does avid stand for

What does AVID stand for?

Advancement

Via

Individual

Determination

[L. avidus]: eager for knowledge

themes in avid grades 9 12
Research Skills/Papers
  • Public Speaking
  • Cornell Notes
  • Philosophical Chairs
  • Socratic Seminars
  • Scholarship Research
  • Goal Setting
  • Mission Statements
  • Self Discovery & Reflection
  • Tips for Success
  • Binder Checks

Themes in AVID(Grades 9-12)

Organization

Time Management

Money Management

College Readiness

Tutorials

College Exploration

Career Exploration

The Process of Getting a Job

Study Skills

Guidance Lessons

9 th grade areas of focus
THINK WIN-WIN

Everyone can get what they want.

SEEK FIRST TO UNDERSTAND, THEN TO BE UNDERSTOOD

Listen to people sincerely.

SYNERGIZE

Work together to achieve more

SHARPEN THE SAW

Renew yourself regularly

9th Grade Areas of Focus

BE PROACTIVE

Take responsibility for your life.

BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND

Define your mission and goals in life.

PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST

Prioritize, and do the most important things first.

10 th grade areas of focus
Principle 11: Face Your Fears Head-On!

Principle 12: Be Willing to Pay the Price

Principle 13: Ask! Ask! Ask!

Principle 14: Reject Rejection

Principle 15: Use Feedback to Fast-Forward

Principle 16: Stop Hanging with Turkeys and Soar with Eagles

Principle 17: Keep Score of Your Success and Build on It

Principle 18: Perform with Persistence by Keeping Your Eyes on the Prize

Principle 19: Give Your Best to Be Your Best

Principle 20: Start Now-Just Do It!

10th Grade Areas of Focus

Principle 1: Take 100% Responsibility for Your Life

Principle 2: Believe It's Possible

Principle 3: Decide What You Want

Principle 4: Be Clear Why You're Here

Principle 5: See the Best to Be the Best

Principle 6: Unleash the Power of Goal-Setting

Principle 7: Release the Brakes

Principle 8: See What You Want, Get What You See

Principle 9: Act As If

Principle 10: Just Lean into It

By Jack Canfield and Kent Healy

the mission of avid

The Mission of AVID

“AVID’s mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society.”

avid student profile

AVID Student Profile

Average to high test scores

2.0 – 3.5 GPA

College potential with support

Desire

Determination

what avid is not

What AVID is NOT

A remedial class

Study hall

students must meet at least one criteria below

Students must meet at least one criteria below:

1st to attend college

Historically underserved in college

Low income

Special circumstance

purpose of avid tutorials

Purpose of AVID Tutorials

Create deeper understanding of core

curriculum

Develop academic skills

Reflective learning

Encourage leadership skills

students remember
10%
  • 20%
  • 30%
  • 50%
  • 70%
  • 80%
  • 90%

Of what they READ

Of what they HEAR

Of what they SEE

Of what they SEE, HEAR, and SAY

Of what they DISCUSS

Of what they DO

Of what they SAY as they DO something

Students remember…

academic rigor

Academic Rigor

“Rigorous curriculum is a greater factor in determining college graduation rates than class standing, standardized test scores, or grade point average.”

- Clifford Adelman

avid increases the of

AVID increases the # of

Low income students in college

Minorities in college

Students graduating from college

avid graduates

AVID Graduates

97% plan to attend college

66% will enroll in a four-year university

31% will enroll in a two-year college

78% of AVID students are accepted

to four-year universities

83% of their parents have less than

a four-year degree

completion of four year college entrance requirements

Completion of Four-Year College Entrance Requirements

76% of all graduating seniors

DO NOT meet university requirements

89% of AVID students meet

university requirements!

Only 34% of students in the

United States complete university

requirements

nationwide

Nationwide

Nationwide 76% of students from

affluent backgrounds attend college.

Only 4% of community college students

transfer to a four-year college or

university

AVID seniors graduate with an average

G.P.A. of 3.1

why avid works

Why AVID works

Rigorous curriculum

Support

Creates a team

Provides students with the “hidden

curriculum”

grading

Grading

Binder Check (30%)

Tutorial (30%)

Projects, Classwork and homework(30%)

Portfolio (10%)

expectations

Expectations

Students are expected to demonstrate maturity, responsibility, and respect for others.

Anything that interferes with learning, including, but not limited to cell phones, music players, makeup, and food, will be confiscated.

Students will participate in college entrance exams such as the PSAT, PLAN (if offered), and SAT.

expectations1

Expectations

Hats should be removed when entering the room.

Gum, food, and drink are not allowed in class.

Cells phones need to be silenced and put away during class time. (See cell phone agreement form)

late work extra credit

Late work & Extra Credit

You are responsible for all material presented in class. Even if you have extra-curricular activities, you are still responsible for completing and turning in assignments when they are due.

You will be given until midnight that same day to e-mail the assignment. After that the assignment is half credit off. It is your responsibility to ask for missing assignments and/or to visit http://ww2.chandler.k12.az.us/Page/6840 to download missing assignments.

Late work is half credit off. All assignments are due at the beginning of the class period. It is your responsibility to print essays or have assignments ready before the class period begins.

If you have a serious extenuating circumstance, speak with me as soon as possible. Waiting until the class period when something is due is not acceptable.

Extra credit is rarely offered in AVID if at all.

avid website

AVID Website

http://www.cusd80.com/Page/6840

the curve of forgetting
By day 2, if you do not think about or review your notes, you will lose 50%-80% of what you learned.
  • By day 30, if you do not think about or review your notes, you remember only 2% - 3% of what you learned on day 1.

The Curve of Forgetting

Source: Counseling Services, Study Skills Program at the University of Waterloo

the value of cornell notes
Students who take no notes or some notes retain less than 59% of what was learned.
  • Students who take and use Cornell Notes as a study tool retain 90%-100% of what was learned.

The Value of Cornell Notes

table talk

Table Talk

With your table group, discuss when

you should take notes in class.

Make a list.

Be prepared to share with the class!

when to take notes

When to Take Notes

The speaker says to take notes

The speaker says something you

don’t already know

The speaker presents using

Powerpoint

The speaker writes on the board

The teacher says, “This will be on the

test.”

s t a r

S.T.A.R.

Set up your paper

Take the notes

Apply your thinking to the notes

Reflect on Revise and Review your notes.

s et up your paper

Set Up Your Paper

Put a proper heading in the top right corner.

Name

Class

Period

Date

Save 1/3 of the left hand side of paper for

questions by folding or drawing a vertical line.

Write the topic of the lecture, passage, etc in the form of an essential question.

t ake notes

Take Notes

Write notes on the right side of the

page

Abbreviate words

Paraphrase

Skip at least 2 lines between each

idea

Use symbols, pictures, or diagrams

r eflect on notes
Add a summary to your notes. Answer the essential question as your topic sentence and turn each “chunk” of information into supporting sentences.

Reflect on Notes

r eview notes
Fold your notes so that the questions show, but the notes do not. Quiz yourself or work with another student to quiz each other.

Review Notes

cornell note requirement
You are required to take at least 3 pages of Cornell Notes per class per week.
  • You may choose any 5 classes to take notes for (no notes are required for P.E.)

Cornell Note Requirement

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Welcome to 10th Grade AVID

Assignments Due:

Friday,

July 25th, 2014

Today’s Agenda:

Organize your binder & portfolio

Costa’s Levels of Intellectual Functioning (Three Little Pigs & Goldilocks & The Three Bears)

Teambuilding Activity (Who Am I)

Objective:

I will learn various skills and strategies that will help me become a more effective students.

Essential Question:

What skills do students need to develop to become better students?

inside cover
High School/College schedules taped to inside cover
  • Label both pockets with a permanent marker

Inside Cover

High School Schedule

Per Course Teacher Rm

1 Biology Jobe 09

2 AVID 9 Clarke 16

3 English I Hansen 02

4 P.E Pearcy FLD

5 Art Wilson 17

6 Algebra I Rondeau 13

Fall College Schedule

Computers for Beginners

Needs Immediate Attention

order of binder contents
Zipper Pouch
  • 2 pens, 2 pencils, scientific calculator,
  • 2 highlighters, USB flash drive (optional)

Order of Binder Contents

High School Schedule

Per Course Teacher Rm

1 Biology Jobe 09

2 AVID 9 Clarke 16

3 English I Hansen 02

4 P.E Pearcy FLD

5 Art Wilson 17

6 Algebra I Rondeau 13

Fall College Schedule

Computers for Beginners

Needs Immediate Attention

order of binder contents1
School Planner

Order of Binder Contents

High School Schedule

Biology

AVID

English

P.E.

Art

Spanish

School Planner

Fall College Schedule

Computers for Beginners

Needs Immediate Attention

order of binder contents2
Binder Checklist in a sheet protector

Order of Binder Contents

High School Schedule

Per Course Teacher Rm

1 Biology Jobe 09

2 AVID 9 Clarke 16

3 English I Hansen 02

4 P.E Pearcy FLD

5 Art Wilson 17

6 Algebra I Rondeau 13

Fall College Schedule

Computers for Beginners

Needs Immediate Attention

order of binder contents4
4 tutorial slips in a sheet protector

Order of Binder Contents

High School Schedule

Per Course Teacher Rm

1 Biology Jobe 09

2 AVID 9 Clarke 16

3 English I Hansen 02

4 P.E Pearcy FLD

5 Art Wilson 17

6 Algebra I Rondeau 13

Fall College Schedule

Computers for Beginners

Needs Immediate Attention

order of binder contents5
½ pack of college ruled paper

Order of Binder Contents

High School Schedule

Per Course Teacher Rm

1 Biology Jobe 09

2 AVID 9 Clarke 16

3 English I Hansen 02

4 P.E Pearcy FLD

5 Art Wilson 17

6 Algebra I Rondeau 13

Fall College Schedule

Computers for Beginners

Needs Immediate Attention

order of binder contents6
Tabbed divider pages with the names of each course in order by periods

Order of Binder Contents

High School Schedule

Per Course Teacher Rm

1 Biology Jobe 09

2 AVID 9 Clarke 16

3 English I Hansen 02

4 P.E Pearcy FLD

5 Art Wilson 17

6 Algebra I Rondeau 13

BIOLOGY

AVID

ENGLISH

Fall College Schedule

Computers for Beginners

ART

ALGEBRA

Needs Immediate Attention

CPUTERS

order of binder contents7
Syllabus for each course (right after the divider page)

Order of Binder Contents

High School Schedule

Per Course Teacher Rm

1 Biology Jobe 09

2 AVID 9 Clarke 16

3 English I Hansen 02

4 P.E Pearcy FLD

5 Art Wilson 17

6 Algebra I Rondeau 13

ENGLISH

Fall College Schedule

Computers for Beginners

ART

ALGEBRA

Needs Immediate Attention

CPUTERS

order of binder contents8
A minimum of 3 pages of Cornell notes/learning logs per class (x 5 classes)

Order of Binder Contents

High School Schedule

Per Course Teacher Rm

1 Biology Jobe 09

2 AVID 9 Clarke 16

3 English I Hansen 02

4 P.E Pearcy FLD

5 Art Wilson 17

6 Algebra I Rondeau 13

John Doe

AVID

Period 2

8/30/11

How can I be successful in AVID?

Where should I sit?

Sit in front of room

What should I do if I need help?

  • - Speak to teacher
  • Go to tutoring after school

ENGLISH

Cornell Notes

Fall College Schedule

Computers for Beginners

ART

ALGEBRA

Summary

Being successful in AVID is not hard. You simply need to sit up front and ask for help when you need it. Teachers or tutors can help.

Needs Immediate Attention

CPUTERS

order of binder contents9
A minimum of 3 pages of Cornell notes/learning logs per class (x 5 classes)

Order of Binder Contents

High School Schedule

Per Course Teacher Rm

1 Biology Jobe 09

2 AVID 9 Clarke 16

3 English I Hansen 02

4 P.E Pearcy FLD

5 Art Wilson 17

6 Algebra I Rondeau 13

John Doe

AVID

Period 2

8/30/11

Learning Log

Being successful in AVID is not hard. You simply need to sit up front and ask for help when you need it. Teachers or tutors can help. Speaking with the teacher is also a good way to raise your grades.

ENGLISH

Learning Log

Fall College Schedule

Computers for Beginners

ART

ALGEBRA

Needs Immediate Attention

CPUTERS

order of binder contents10
Handouts & Worksheets

Order of Binder Contents

High School Schedule

Per Course Teacher Rm

1 Biology Jobe 09

2 AVID 9 Clarke 16

3 English I Hansen 02

4 P.E Pearcy FLD

5 Art Wilson 17

6 Algebra I Rondeau 13

ENGLISH

Fall College Schedule

Computers for Beginners

ART

ALGEBRA

Needs Immediate Attention

CPUTERS

costa s levels of intellectual functioning1

Costa’s Levels of Intellectual Functioning

Level 1

defining

describing

identifying

listing

naming

observing

reciting

scanning

level 1

Level 1

Answers are “right there” in the text.

costa s levels of intellectual functioning2

Costa’s Levels of Intellectual Functioning

Level 2

analyzing

comparing

contrasting

grouping

inferring

sequencing

synthesizing

level 2

Level 2

Reading between the lines.

costa s levels of intellectual functioning3

Costa’s Levels of Intellectual Functioning

Level 3

applying a principle

evaluating

hypothesizing

imagining

judging

predicting

speculating

level 3

Level 3

What does this mean in the real world?

Moving beyond the text.

table talk1

Table Talk

With your table group, read through

The Three Little Pigs

Work together to sort questions at

each level of Costa’s Levels of

Intellectual Functioning.

Be prepared to share out with the

class!

table talk2

Table Talk

With your table group, read through

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Work together to write 6 questions at

each level of Costa’s Levels of

Intellectual Functioning.

Be prepared to share out with the

class!

for your avid binder

For Your AVID Binder

Place this two-sided handout in your AVID binder to help you write level 2 and level 3 questions on your tutorial sheet.

teambuilding activity
Teambuilding Activity

Who Am I?

  • MATERIALS: 
  • Adhesive Name Tags
  • Marker
  • DESCRIPTION:
  • Students try to figure out their new identity by asking “yes/no” questions.
  • DIRECTIONS:
  • Have each student write their name on a nametag
  • Place the nametags in a container
  • Form a circle
  • Each person draws a name from the container while keeping the name a secret
  • Have each player stick the name tag they drew on the back of the person standing to their right
  • The challenge is for the players to find out their new identities by asking questions that can only be answered with “yes” or “no”. For example “Am I female?” or “Am I on the football team?”
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