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  1. ThursdayJanuary 9, 2014Bellwork #4: Create a variation of the sentence by using everything we have noticed about it. We compared charts, read a poem, and completed a webquest. **We need composition books.

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  3. Emigrant vs. Immigrant • Emigrant: • Em- Prefix: “Ex” means “out” • A person who leaves his or her country in order to permanently settle in another (E=Exit) • Immigrant: • Im-Prefix: “In” means “in/into” • One who enters and settles in a country that is not one’s native country.

  4. Composition books • Turn to page 24. You pasted your bar graph titled “Immigration Waves” in your composition book on Tuesday. I asked you create three questions you have from the graph. • Let’s discuss this…

  5. “Prompts to help me while I jot” • On the back, I want you to paste the “Prompts to help me while I jot” on the left hand side. • Spend a few minutes compiling responses to the 6 prompts…

  6. Now… • Discuss with your group what you came up with.

  7. “Timeline of Significant Events in American History” • Take a look at this “Timeline of Significant Events in American History”. • Compare the dates to that on the graph you have. See if you can make any connections.

  8. Group discussion • Talk among your group. • Writer: Write down two questions your group noticed on a sticky note. • Runner (gluer): Bring them to the board and stick it next to where it belongs on the graph.

  9. Class discussion • Let’s write down what you came up with

  10. Look at the “Waves of Immigrants” graph

  11. “Waves of Immigrants graph” • What are some questions you have about this? • Compare this to the graph you have pasted in your composition book. Can you answer any of your questions? Do new questions arise?

  12. Group discussion • Talk among your group. • Writer: Write down two questions your group noticed on a sticky note. • Runner (gluer): Bring them to the board and stick it next to where it belongs on the graph.

  13. Turn to pg. 25 • Remember the 5-7-10 activity that we did on Monday??? We are going to revisit it in a different way. • Look at the following words: -happy -regret -unmotivated -presents -gathering -nervous ~Choose a word or phrase from your writing…. We will now have that be our new title.