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8th Grade . Daily Lessons. Friday, January 3, 2014 Day 1. Practice Prior Skills. Learning Goals. Diagram and label the following sentence: Over the Christmas Holidays the students gave their friends gifts and received presents from their parents.

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    1. 8th Grade Daily Lessons

    2. Friday, January 3, 2014Day 1 Practice Prior Skills Learning Goals Diagram and label the following sentence: Over the Christmas Holidays the students gave their friends gifts and received presents from their parents. Students will choose a book for Book Summary and Book Talk due Friday, February 28, 2014

    3. AssignmentDue Friday, February 28, 2014 Book Summary Rubric – Upload to turnitin.com

    4. AssignmentDue Friday, February 28, 2014 Book Talk Rubric – Present in class.

    5. Book Talk Taskmrscaple.com

    6. Book Talk Taskmrscaple.com

    7. Book Talk Task Overview

    8. Book Talk Checklist

    9. Book Talk Examples • Click for videos of Book Talk Examples • Click here for more book talk information at mrscaple.com.

    10. Assignment – Due Monday, January 6 • Search for book for book talk and summary. • 5th grade level or higher • 165 page minimum

    11. Closing • Have you found a book yet? • Is it something that is at least 5th grade level or higher 165 page minimum. • Is it a book that interests you. • You will be required to bring it every day to class and to enrichment. • You may do an additional Book Summary and Book Talk for extra credit.

    12. Tuesday, January 7, 2014Day 2 Practice Prior Skills Learning Goals Diagram and label the following sentence: Over the Christmas Holidays the students gave their friends gifts and received presents from their parents. If you prefer to use paper go to Informative Writing Lessons on mrscaple.com and print them out. It is under the writing link. Have book out for Mrs. Caple’s approval (165 page minimum). Word of the Week: Conundrum (n) anything that puzzles. Example: I am in a bit of a conundrum because I do not know which vacation to take: tour Europe or tour Alaska. Diagramming: To recognize and apply adverb clauses.

    13. Access Prior Knowledge • Parts of a Sentence • A complete sentence is an independent clause. This means it can stand on its own. • John is in a conundrum about which college to attend.

    14. Clauses • A clause has a subject and a verb and a phrase does not. • Clause: Before I eat • Phrase: After school • Sentences can be made up of the following combination of clauses. • An independent clause • I swim. • A dependent and a independent • Before I eat, I swim. • Two independent • I swim, and I run. • It cannot be made up of two dependent clauses. • Before I swim before I eat.

    15. Adverb Clause • Adverb clauses are a dependent clause. • It acts just like an adverb, meaning it can modify a verb, adverb or adjective. • After I run, I stretch my muscles.

    16. Adverb Clauses

    17. Adverb Clauses

    18. Adverb Clauses – Subordinating Conjunctions

    19. Adverb Clauses

    20. Assignment

    21. Exit Assessment • Write down the adverb clause in the following sentence: • I fill sick because I ate too much.

    22. Closing • What is the difference between an independent and dependent clause? • What is the difference between the role of a coordinating conjunction and the role of a subordinating conjunction?

    23. Wed, January 8, 2014Day 3 Practice Prior Skills Learning Goals Write the following sentence and underline and label the Adverb Clause. Label the Subordinating conjunction. When I woke up, it was raining. Informative Essay Lesson 1: To Analyze thesis Statements

    24. Access Prior Knowledge • What was the purpose of the claim sentence in an argumentative essay and where was it to be located in the essay? • What do informative essays use instead of a claim sentence to state the purpose for writing?

    25. Informative Essay • What is the purposed of an informative essay? • To explain or to provide information about a topic. • Examples of Informative Essays: • Explaining a process • Describing events • Analyze causes

    26. Thesis Statement • It should clearly state the purpose or main idea of the essay. • It should be written as the last sentence of the first paragraph and be written again in the first sentence of the last paragraph. • It should contain the following criteria: • Be clear and precise • Fulfill the requirements of the test prompt (Answer the question) • Be based upon the texts provided.

    27. Activity 1A Making a Thesis Statement Precise (p. 35) Select the statement below that is most precise and label it “good.” Rewrite the other two to make them more precise.

    28. Activity 1A Making a Thesis Statement Precise (p. 35) Select the statement below that is most precise and label it “good.” Rewrite the other two to make them more precise.

    29. Activity 1A Making a Thesis Statement Precise (p. 35) Select the statement below that is most precise and label it “good.” Rewrite the other two to make them more precise.

    30. Activity 1A Making a Thesis Statement Precise (p. 35) Select the statement below that is most precise and label it “good.” Rewrite the other two to make them more precise.

    31. Activity 1A Making a Thesis Statement Precise (p. 35) Select the statement below that is most precise and label it “good.” Rewrite the other two to make them more precise.

    32. Activity 1A Making a Thesis Statement Precise (p. 35) Select the statement below that is most precise and label it “good.” Rewrite the other two to make them more precise.

    33. Assignment Write a Thesis statement for the timeline of the Women’s Suffrage

    34. Assignment Write a Thesis statement for one of the following: All of the Above, Lincoln: A Photobiography, or Thank You, Ma’am

    35. Closing • What is a thesis statement? • Which type of writing requires a thesis statement?

    36. Thursday, January 9, 2014Day 4 Practice Prior Skills Learning Goals Mrs. Caple gave the students a free day because they scored an “A” on their exams. Review Yesterday’s assessment and diagram the following sentence: Informative Essay Lesson 2: To recognize and analyze relevant details to support thesis statement.

    37. Access Prior Knowledge • What is a thesis statement? • What type of essay would use a thesis statement? • Where should it appear in the essay?

    38. Assignment

    39. Assessment • Take Adverb Clause Quiz 1 on junoed.com • We will take another one this week, and I will post highest score.

    40. Closing • What kind of information can be used to support the thesis statement? • How can you know if information is a relevant supporting detail? • Words of the Week

    41. Friday, January 10, 2014Day 5 Practice Prior Skills Learning Goals Review Adverb Quiz Informative Essay Lesson 3: To analyze and summarize a source

    42. Access Prior Knowledge • What is annotating? • It is a way to mark up useful information found in text. • What methods can be used? • Underline the main ideas and supporting details • Mark key terms or unfamiliar terms that you need to look up later • Write questions or comments • Draw arrows to show a relationship between ideas

    43. Read and annotate the following:

    44. Assignment: Write a summary statement: • ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    45. Example Summary: • Fracking is the process used to extract natural gas from shale rock. The process involves digging deep into the ground vertically and then horizontally. Highly pressurized water is used to force the natural gas out of the rock and up to the surface.

    46. Assessment • Diagram and label the following sentence: • When the movie is over, we will eat dinner at my house.