October 3, 2014

October 3, 2014

ENTRY TASKS 1. Pick up Springboard books 2. Find new seats 3. Check-in with outside reading book group: books and vocabulary need to be done by November 17, 2015 AGENDA 1 Abby 16 Kerra 4. Check-in, Catch up 2 Savanna 17 Nicole 5. Revisit EA 1.1 3 Anna 18 Mikhaela 6. Try Chrome books Taylor 19 Alex 7. Set up shared Vocabulary4 20 Lauren list 5withHannah book group 6 Daniel 21 Catie 8. Start typing draft of EA 1.1 Evangelin Rough Draft due Monday7 Katelyn 22 a SPRINGBOARD 9. My website/links 10.Top link & class code 11.Create profile GOOGLE 12.Same as last year 13.Username 8 Taivin 23 Jessica 9 Emily 24 Andrew 1 0 Dakoda 25 Boone 1 1 Keegan 26 John 1 2 Grace 27 Lillian Solomiya 28 Diana

29 1 3 First 5 of last, First 3 of first, zero, zero, zero 1 3. Password 4 [email protected] Two zeros in front of SN (8 characters) 1 00123456 5 Yeh-Sun 30 OCTOBER 3, 2014 psat 10-15-14 DAILY OBJECTIVES Analyze a mentor text to determine how a writer describes a multiethnic, multicultural heritage Review EA 1.1 Reference EA 1.1 Scorning guide Write a reflective essay explaining your cultural identity Honors. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations. ENTRY TASKS 1. Pick up Springboard books 2. Remember new seats? 3. Post it: write your six-word-cultural-ID on the post it note. Kristen Lees example: hip-hop loving, piano-playing diva AGENDA 4. You should have your best rough draft of EA 1.1 done. 5. Editing Workshop (second, IMPROVED, draft due OCTOBER 6, 2014 psat 10-1514 DAILY OBJECTIVES Reference EA 1.1 Scorning guide Write a reflective essay explaining your cultural identity Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization and style are appropriate to the task, purpose, and audience.

tomorrow) SELF EDIT 6. Title your work: be creative 7. Highlight your hook in yellow 8. Underline phrases where you identify aspects of your culture. (should be several) How do they tie to your sense of cultural identity? 9. Put a * next to the paragraph were you identify internal or external conflict and how that influences your perspective. 10.Put a box around the paragraph where you use a metaphor to focus your essay. 11.How can you tie the beginning and ending of Honors. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations. PEER EDIT 1. Read your partners work aloud to them. Read it AS WRITTEN. Pay attention to phrasing and punctuation. OCTOBER 6, 2014 psat 10-1514 2. Cross-out RIP words and words that could be more descriptive 3. Cross out words and phrases that repeat, are redundant, or clich. 4. Identify the overall TONE of the piece. 1-2 words. 5. Make grammatical suggestions: for fluency and clarity. 6. Find and number the following. 1. Appositive phrase If missing, make 2. Gerund phrase a note that your 3. Infinitive phrase partner needs to 4. Participial phrase 5. Prepositional phrase vary sentence structure. Honors. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations. ENTRY TASKS 1. Pick up Springboard books 2. Remember new seats 3. Turn in Federal Survey Forms to basket ASAP please AGENDA 4. You should have your best second draft of EA 1.1 done. 5. Turn in 2nd draft for teacher feedback Washington Post article 6. Read the green Parenting as a Gen Xer article. 7. Annotate for examples of VOICE, CULTURAL IDENITY, and CULTURAL CONFLICT. Use three different color highlighters or three different metacognative markers. 8. Answer the writing prompt on a separate sheet of paper. Shoot for a response that is 4-5 paragraphs in length. 9. Due at the end of class today! 10.FINAL copy of EA 1.1. Due Thursday, October 9th at the start of class print it before the bell! 1. typed, TNR, 12 pt font, 1.5-double spaced, 2 page max OCTOBER 7, 2014 psat 10-15-14 next Wednesday! DAILY OBJECTIVES Reference EA 1.1 Scorning guide Write a reflective essay explaining your cultural identity

Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization and style are appropriate to the task, purpose, and audience. Honors. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations. OCTOBER 8, 2014 ENTRY TASKS 1. Pick up Springboard books 2. Turn in Federal Survey Forms to basket ASAP AGENDA 3. Chrome Books (try, try again) 4. Prepare final draft of EA 1.1 Due TOMORROW at the start of class print it before the bell! 1. typed, TNR, 12 pt font, 1.5-double spaced, 2 page max 2. Staple ALL drafts to back of final document 3. You will also need to mark the rubric, create a cover page and briefly answer the two reflection questions on page 45 4. (Well go over the rubric and reflection Wednesday) Angelaquestions Rigley 3. Create title page and answer reflection in Mexican-American Dancing docs: 4. Google Log-in to Springboard Divia 12 pt, SINGLE 5. TNR, Take practice Exam SPACED Embedded Assessment 1.1 Honors LA10 p2 6. Remaining class to be October 8, 2014 used to 4. Work on outside reading 5. Create shared vocab Reflection: 1. 1 Which aspects of your list with group cultural identity were you 6. Type EA 1.1 already 7. Take online practice 2. 1 What are some of the SAT on career center different cultural website (bottom of heritages psat 10-15-14 next Wednesday! DAILY OBJECTIVES Prep EA 1.1 2 8 Abby 15 Yeh-Sun 2 Savanna 16 Kerra 3 Anna

17 Nicole 2 9 Taylor 18 Mikhaela 5 Hannah 19 Alex 6 Daniel 20 Lauren 7 Katelyn 21 Catie 8 Taivin 22 Evangelin a 9 Emily 23 Jessica 1 0 Dakoda 31 Andrew 1 1 Keegan 25 Boone 3 0 Grace 26 John 1 3 Solomiya 27 Honors. Lillian Unit 1. Cultural Conversations.

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