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The Keys to Success - Organization

The Keys to Success - Organization

The Keys to Success - Organization. The Three Ring Binder. 1 to 1 ½ inch The front pocket is for papers that go to and from home. Rules, Affirmations, and Schedule go in front of the first tab. Papers are filed BEHIND the divider. Every paper has a place in your binder

By misty
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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Tuesday, December 18, 2012. Objectives: Review writing strategies used in previous lessons Identify independent activities for the writer’s workshop Expand writing by using showing techniques. Agenda Opening: Where have we been and where do we go from here? Work Period: Using the toolkit

By sven
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WELCOME BACK! 

WELCOME BACK! 

WELCOME BACK!  . Homeroom Agenda: Attendance Schedules + Lunch Numbers Bus needs Code of Conduct: http://www.cms.k12.nc.us/mediaroom/Documents/2013-2014%20Back-to-school%20information/2013-2014%20Code%20of% 20Conduct.pdf Student forms Questions/ Concerns/ Comments

By fayola
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Title of Your Independent Reading Book

Title of Your Independent Reading Book

Title of Your Independent Reading Book. by Author. SETTING. location in space. SETTING. location in time. PLOT. introduction (or exposition). PLOT. inciting incident. PLOT. problem. PLOT. conflict. PLOT. climax. PLOT. resolution.

By colm
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Lesson 2 Learning Targets: I can: • Make inferences to deepen my understanding of

Lesson 2 Learning Targets: I can: • Make inferences to deepen my understanding of

Review Learning Targets. Lesson 2 Learning Targets: I can: • Make inferences to deepen my understanding of Inside Out & Back Again . Inferences-determining meaning based on things not directly stated in the text.

By enoch
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How does when and where a story takes place shape the reader’s experience and understanding?

How does when and where a story takes place shape the reader’s experience and understanding?

How does when and where a story takes place shape the reader’s experience and understanding?. In this lesson you will analyze how setting impacts the story by identifying and reflecting on when and where a story takes place. So far: Story is told by a boy about the summer a seal escaped.

By odell
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Welcome to ESL, 3/12/11

Welcome to ESL, 3/12/11

Warm Up: Pick up Book Club folder Get out book and journal Turn and talk: “What is day light savings time?”. Welcome to ESL, 3/12/11. Today, 3/12, I can… Know: Analyze the next chapters of my class novel.

By jock
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Do Now!

Do Now!

Do Now!. Five sentences: What did you do this weekend? You CANNOT use the letter “I”. Red/Green Card Survey. Green = YES/I AGREE/ME TOO Red = NO/ I DISAGREE/ NOT ME. Yes/No. I remember that my independent reading project is due soon. Yes/No.

By solana
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Contemporary Literature

Contemporary Literature

Contemporary Literature. Week 2 August 29-September 2, 2011. Due Today: Choice reading book, and printed out reading response. Monday, August 29, 2011. Walk-IN: Take our your independent reading book and your printed out reading response sheet.

By shiela
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Welcome to ELL! 10/21/11

Welcome to ELL! 10/21/11

Welcome to ELL! 10/21/11 . Warm Up: Pick up ELL notebook Review (re read) your vocabulary notes Review (re read) your boxes and bullets notes . I can statement/ agenda . Today, 10/21, I can: Know: demonstrate my knowledge of vocabulary and grammar

By neona
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RIZE TIME

RIZE TIME

RIZE TIME. Please have a seat and take out your independent reading book and begin to read silently. Good Morning!. Social Studies Vocabulary

By amelie
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Welcome to English Language Arts September 23, 2013

Welcome to English Language Arts September 23, 2013

Welcome to English Language Arts September 23, 2013. Needed Materials : pen, paper, research information, independent reading book Agenda note: Review “Watson’s Go to Birmingham” Complete short story Read articles “The Children’s Crusade” and “Freedom Fighter”

By suzy
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Module 3A: Unit 1: Lesson 7

Module 3A: Unit 1: Lesson 7

Module 3A: Unit 1: Lesson 7. Introducing the Process for Close Reading: Meeting Frederick Douglass . Agenda. Opening Entry Task: Quote Cards (5 minutes) Reviewing Learning Targets (2 minutes) Work Time First Read, Excerpt 1 (10 minutes) Second Read, Excerpt 1 (25 minutes)

By elyse
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Welcome Back!!

Welcome Back!!

Welcome Back!!. English II April 8 th – 12th. Creative Writing Day!. Think about yourself as a writer. What are you good at (vocabulary, grammar, spelling, being creative, etc.)? What are your weak points? Why do you think they are weak points and how can you overcome them?

By sarai
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How do you determine who a character really is?

How do you determine who a character really is?

How do you determine who a character really is?. In this lesson you will analyze a character’s actions by recording what a character does and how he does it. . Tom: Has to paint the fence, but doesn’t want to. Friends with Jim, who is a slave. Tries to convince people with his words.

By bebe
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Can you sum up a story in just a few words?

Can you sum up a story in just a few words?

Can you sum up a story in just a few words?. In this lesson you will interpret the text by highlighting the most important phrase in the text. We’ve finished reading “Whitewashing the Fence.” Tom managed to get out of whitewashing the fence and to get his friends to do it for him.

By haracha
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What does the author want me to learn from reading this story?

What does the author want me to learn from reading this story?

What does the author want me to learn from reading this story?. In this lesson you will learn to determine the theme of a text by asking “what did the author want me to learn?”. We’ve just finished reading “Whitewashing the Fence”. ?. Theme. Theme. Theme:

By davina
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What does the author want me to learn from reading this story?

What does the author want me to learn from reading this story?

What does the author want me to learn from reading this story?. In this lesson you will learn to determine the theme of a story by asking “what did the author want me to learn from reading this story?”. We’ve just finished reading “The Reformation of Jimmy Valentine-Safe Cracker”. ?.

By idra
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Block 6 seating Chart

Block 6 seating Chart

Block 6 seating Chart. White Board. Gene. Felecia. Deja. Angel C. Michael. Azuree. Selena. Anthony. James. Isael. Miranda. Glendi. Marisol. Daniel. Sequiyia. Alejandro. Angel R. Malaysia. Layla. Block 7 seating Chart. White Board. Jon. Kylee. Richard. Ozzy. Dante.

By amos
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Welcome!

Welcome!

Welcome!. Ms. Kate LaMachia lamachia@robbinsville.k12.nj.us 8 th Grade RAS. Am I in the right room?. 8th Grade RAS Room B102 We will meet here everyday!. Where am I supposed to sit?. Sit in a desk where you feel the most comfortable and will be the most productive.

By sakina
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