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Before-School Routine. Mrs. Healy’s. Why do this every day?. But with routine…. Beginning of Class Routine. Come in Check MATERIALS LIST (& collect what you need) Grab your notebook/text book Sit in your seat Begin working on the DO NOW. Do Now.

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beginning of class routine
Beginning of ClassRoutine
  • Come in
  • Check MATERIALS LIST
    • (& collect what you need)
  • Grab your notebook/text book
  • Sit in your seat
  • Begin working on the DO NOW
do now
Do Now
  • Put your name and class period on the front of the marble notebook.
  • Turn to the very back inside cover, and write:

VOCABULARY

  • On the back of the last page, write:

Unit One Vocabulary

on task partners
On Task Partners
  • Whoever is the person sitting next to you will always be your “On Task Partner”
  • Check each other’s work, and make sure you labeled the notebook correctly
categorize these words
Categorize these words:
  • Synthesis
  • Perspective
  • Argument
  • Claim
  • Counterclaim
  • Concession
  • Refutation
  • Voice
  • Syntax
  • Conflict
  • Theme
  • Thematic Statement
  • Allusion
  • Symbol
  • Image
  • Figurative Language

Academic Vocabulary

Literary Terms

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Now…
  • Turn to the front page in your Notebook, and title it:
  • Writer’s Notebook
  • When you both have this done correctly, send one of you up to get a handout.
scavenger hunt
SCAVENGER HUNT!
  • Read over the entire hunt before we begin.
  • Put a star next to those things that you might have to wait in line for
  • Make a plan for how you will complete each part.
exit slip
Exit Slip

In Writer’s Notebook:

Put the Date

Write three English related goals you have for this school year.

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