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CRCT Review Timeline. Flipped Classroom. Unit Completion Timeline. Grammar & Conventions. Research & the Writing Process. Verbals : 3 days Verbs: 4 days Capitalization: 1 day Punctuation: 4 days Agreement: 2 days Sentence Structure: 2 days Total: 16 days. Persuasive: 3 days

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crct review timeline

CRCT Review Timeline

Flipped Classroom

unit completion timeline
Unit Completion Timeline

Grammar & Conventions

Research & the Writing Process

Verbals: 3 days

Verbs: 4 days

Capitalization: 1 day

Punctuation: 4 days

Agreement: 2 days

Sentence Structure: 2 days

Total: 16 days

Persuasive: 3 days

Expository: 3 days

Narrative: 3 days

Total: 9 days

what this timeline means
What This Timeline Means
  • The amount of time to complete a unit is an estimate. It is based on the following assumptions:
    • The student has learned the lesson the night before (watched videos, PowerPoint presentations, read websites, listened to podcasts).
    • The student has notes on the content.
    • The student works steadily while in class.
what happens if you take too long
What Happens If You Take Too Long?
  • Your mileage may vary. For example, it may take you 5 days to complete the Verbs unit. That’s okay, but you’ll need to make up the time elsewhere.
  • However, if you take 2 days or more on a unit, you will receive low progress grades if 2 or more of the following are evident.
    • Your exercise scores are low
    • There are no video notes
    • You keep forgetting/don’t have
    • You’re only completing an exercise per day
    • You haven’t asked me for help
resources
Resources
  • Limited number of textbooks available for checkout – see me. 1 day only.
  • Google+ hangouts – www.google.com/robertolivermro
  • Public library computers – free use
  • Take pictures of exercises
  • Work ahead