• September 5, 2017

    Today we got to know each other a little better, reviewed the syllabus, and learned about Miss Iatarola's classroom expectations.

    Homework:

    Get the Syllabus signed

    Important Due Dates:

    In-Class Assessment on Independent Summer Reading Book: 9/14

    In-Class Assessment on Required Summer Reading Book (See book list under Unami's Library page): 9/15

     

    September 6, 2017

    Today we practiced using imagery by writing a passage about our favorite place/the place we feel most inspired. We also worked to improve our use of imagery by revising this paragraph later--making our general writing more specific. After this we complied a list of traits and roles that define us when we are in that place. We will be using this list tomorrow to write an "I Am" poem.

    Homework:

    None

    Important Due Dates:

    In-Class Assessment on Independent Summer Reading Book: 9/14

    In-Class Assessment on Required Summer Reading Book (See book list under Unami's Library page): 9/15

    Materials on Syllabus due on Monday, September 11th

     

    September 7, 2017

    Today we talked about what Miss Iatarola requires for our "I Am" poem and wrote our rough drafts.

    Homework:

    Final "I Am" poem due Tuesday

    Important Due Dates:

    In-Class Assessment on Independent Summer Reading Book: 9/14

    In-Class Assessment on Required Summer Reading Book (See book list under Unami's Library page): 9/15

    Materials on Syllabus due on Monday, September 11th

    Materials from Class:

    poem slides

    Syllabus

    I Am Poem Directions Sheet (and rubric)

     

    September 8, 2017

    Today we edited our poems individually, then with a partner to ensure our poem could fulfill the rubric requirements. Then we went on to make note of how we can best format our poem and how we can ensure our own voices ring true by questioning the design and wording of our work. We will type up the final copies of these poems on Monday.

    Homework:

    Final "I Am" poem due Tuesday

    Important Due Dates:

    In-Class Assessment on Independent Summer Reading Book: 9/14

    In-Class Assessment on Required Summer Reading Book (See book list under Unami's Library page): 9/15

    Materials on Syllabus due on Monday, September 11th

    Materials from Class:

    I Am Poem PowerPoint

    Syllabus

    I Am Poem Directions Sheet (and rubric)

     

    September 11, 2017

    Today we typed up our "I Am" poems, adding pictures, color, and formatting changes. We then printed these final copies to turn in tomorrow.

    Homework:

    None

    Important Due Dates:

    CHANGED: In-Class Assessment on Required Summer Reading Book (See book list under Unami's Library page): 9/15

    In-Class Assessment on Independent Summer Reading Book: 9/19-9/20

    Materials From Class:

    I Am Poem Directions Sheet (and rubric)

    Daily PowerPoint

     

    September 12, 2017

    Today we took a baseline grammar test to show Miss Iatarola what we remember from last year. We also spent time completing a review sheet for the comming required reading assessment on Friday. Tomorrow we will get into groups based on the book we read and fill in any gaps we might have on this review sheet by discussing the book with our group members.

    Homework:

    None

    Important Due Dates:

    CHANGED: In-Class Assessment on Required Summer Reading Book (See book list under Unami's Library page): 9/15

    In-Class Assessment on Independent Summer Reading Book: 9/19-9/20

    Materials From Class:

    Daily PowerPoint

    Summer Reading Review Sheet

     

    September 13, 2017

    Today we worked with others who read the same summer reading book and worked through our review sheets together. Any questions we were unsure of, we clarified by asking Miss I or our group members.

    Homework:

    None

    Important Due Dates:

    CHANGED: In-Class Assessment on Required Summer Reading Book (See book list under Unami's Library page): 9/15

    In-Class Assessment on Independent Summer Reading Book: 9/19-9/20

    Materials From Class:

    Daily PowerPoint

    Summer Reading Review Sheet

     

    September 14, 2017

    Today we reviewed grammar vocab terms by taking notes and then practiced using and identifying them in sentences of our own design.

    Homework:

    Study for Grammar Vocab quiz on Tuesday (9/19)

    Important Due Dates:

    TOMORROW: In-Class Assessment on Required Summer Reading Book (See book list under Unami's Library page)

    In-Class Assessment on Independent Summer Reading Book: 9/19-9/20

    Grammar Vocab quiz on 9/19 (Tuesday)

    Materials From Class:

    Grammar Vocab PowerPoint

    Grammar Vocab notes

     

    September 15, 2017

    Today we completed the essay portion of our required reading assessment.

    Homework:

    Study for Grammar Vocab quiz on Tuesday (9/19)

    Important Due Dates:

    In-Class Assessment on Independent Summer Reading Book: 9/19-9/20

    Grammar Vocab quiz on 9/19 (Tuesday)

    Materials From Class:

    Grammar Vocab PowerPoint

    Grammar Vocab notes

     

    September 18, 2017

    Today we visted the library to read and exchange books. Then we went back to review our grammar through a Kahoot game in order to prepare for the quiz tomorrow. Students were asked to make special note of any words they struggled with and study those expecially tonight. After this, we wrapped up our required summer reading assessement.

    Homework:

    Study for Grammar Vocab quiz tomorrow

    Study Materials:

    Grammar Vocab PowerPoint

    Grammar Vocab notes

     

    September 19, 2017

    Today we took our grammar quiz and began work on our indepedent summer reading projects.

    Homework:

    Independent summer reading project due at end of class tomorrow

    Materials From Class:

    Independent Summer Reading Project Directions and Rubric

    Daily PowerPoint

    Back To School Night:

    Informational PowerPoint

     

    September 20, 2017

    Today we wrapped up our independent summer reading assessment.

    Homework:

    None

     

    September 25, 2017

    Today we discussed "where we stand" on several questions pertaining to the conflicts that arise in Romeo and Juliet.

    Homework:

    Finish Romeo or Juliet Sheet

    Romeo Sheet or Juliette Sheet

    Materials From Class:

    Where do you stand questions sheet

    Daily PowerPoint

     

    September 26, 2017

    Today we reviewed phrases and clauses. We also worked in groups to identify what aspects of Romeo and Juliet's lives will prevent them from finding true love.

    Homework:

    None

    Materials From Class:

    Daily PowerPoint

    Phrases and Clauses Worksheet

     

    September 27, 2017

    Today we interpreted the opening lines of Romeo and Juliet and watched an informational video about the play and Shakespeare's England.

    Homework:

    Complete the research questions

    Link you need to complete the homework : http://www.elizabethan.org/compendium/home.html

    Here is the worksheet if you need it: Homework sheet

    Materials From Class:

    Daily Powerpoint

     

    September 28-29, 2017

    These days we watched a video on Elizabethan England and took notes on this time period.

    Homework:

    None

    Materials From Class:

    Notes PowerPoint (video link is in this powerpoint)

    Notes sheet

    Video notes

     

    October 2, 2017

    Today we reviewed the difference between phrases, independent clauses, and dependent clauses. We then studied introductory words, phrases, and clauses and praticed correct punctuation. Then we finished up our Shakespeare notes.

    Homework:

    None

    Important Dates:

    Shakespeare and Elizabethan England Test Friday

    Materials From Class:

    Notes on Shakespeare PowerPoint

     

    October 3, 2017

    Today we reviewed grammar, wrapped up our Shakespeare note checks, and started our character prediction charts.

    Homework:

    Finish the character prediction chart

    Important Dates:

    Shakespeare and Elizabethan England Test Friday

    Materials From Class:

    Daily PowerPoint

    Character Predication Chart

     

    October 4, 2017

    Today we learned some Shakespeare-specific vocabulary (will not be on the test!) and worked with a partner to act out one of the characters from our prediction charts during a mock trial of Romeo and Juilet by the queen's court. This "trial" acted as review for the test, as it demonstrated how servants, lords, ladies, and noble children are treated in Elizabethan society.

    Homework:

    Look over the study guide and develop questions about the material for tomorrow. (Period One: Use the completed Shakespeare notes below to complete that portion of your study matierals. Period Four: complete the character prediction chart)

    Important Dates:

    Shakespeare and Elizabethan England Test Friday

    Materials From Class:

    Daily PowerPoint

    Materials to Study for the Test:

    Complete in-class notes on Shakespeare and Elizabethan England

    Complete Life in Elizabethan England Webquest

    Complete Shakespeare Video Notes

    Shakespeare Test Study Guide

     

    October 5, 2017

    Today we reviewed for the test tomorrow by doing a Kahoot, having an in-class Q and A, and playing a little Jeopardy. Please review the matierals attached to review--you can access everything we used in class today. Above this entry, you'll find complete notes from each class assignment used to make the test.

    Homework:

    Study for the test!

    Materials to Study:

    Jeopardy Game

    Kahoot Link: https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/f03f9be1-3bc3-4113-850d-e3ae148bd301

     

    October 6, 2017

    Today we took our test.

    Homework:

    None

     

    October 9, 2017

    Today we exchanged books at the library, then we headed back to the class room to act out Act I Scene I of Romeo and Juliet

    Homework:

    None

    Materials From Class:

    Act I Scene I Script

     

    October 10, 2017

    Today we went over the test from last week, then we drew pictures to summarize each part of the first scene as Miss I clarified the Shakespearian speech.

    Homework:

    Finish the summary drawings we reached in class (front of the worksheet)

    Materials From Class:

    Drawing Summary Sheet

    Act I Scene I Review PowerPoint

     

    October 11, 2017

    Today we continued reviewing Act I, Scene I. Then we summarized the scene in our own words. When we were finished, we chose 3 words to describe each character or group of characters from the first scene.

    Homework:

    Finish the summary worksheet and the back of the cartoon worksheet

    4th Period:

    Today we began going over Act I, Scene I of Romeo and Juliet. As we went over it, we drew illustrations to summarize each part of the scene.

    Homework:

    Finish the cartoon panels we discussed today

    Materials From Class:

    Daily PowerPoint

    Cartoon Worksheet

    Summary Sheet (Do Scene I Only!)

     

    October 12, 2017

    Today we acted out Act I, Scenes II and III.

    Homework:

    None

     

    October 16, 2017

    Today we discussed Lord and Lady Capulet and thier opinions on marriage. We then drew conclusions about what Juliet's parents want for her. After this, we acted out Act I Scene IV and picked parts for Scene V tomorrow.

    Homework:

    None

    Important Dates:

    Romeo and Juliet Act I Quiz on Thursday

    Capulet Parents Sheet

     

    October 17, 2017

    Today we read scenes IV and V and went over those scenes as a class.

    Homework:

    Finish the summary sheets we covered today

    Important Dates:

    Romeo and Juliet Act I Quiz on Thursday

     

    October 18, 2017

    Today we reviewed Act I of Romeo and Juliet in preparation for the quiz on Friday.

    Homework:

    Study for the quiz tomorrow

    All summary sheets due tomorrow

    Important Dates:

    Romeo and Juliet Act I Quiz tomorrow

    Materials from Class:

    Romeo and Juliet Act I Summary Sheets

     

    October 19, 2017

    Today we took our Romeo and Juliet Act I quiz. Then, we reviewed characters by mapping out Romeo and Juliet's support systems.

    Homework:

    None

    Materials From Class:

    Support Systems Worksheet

     

    October 23, 2017

    Today we went over our "Who to Trust" worksheet and spent the rest of class close-reading the opening sonnet of Act II with a partner.

    Homework:

    None

    Materials From Class:

    Daily PowerPoint

    Opening Sonnet Sheet

     

    October 24, 2017

    Today we acted out Act II Scenes I and II of Romeo and Juliet.

    Homework:

    None

     

    October 25, 2017

    Today we wrapped up our review of Act II Scenes I and II, then debated the authenticity of Shakespeare's authorship

    Homework:

    None

     

    October 26, 2017

    Today we continued our debate/discussion about Shakespeare's authorship and developed our own answers to the question: "What is more important to consider in literature: authentic and proven knowledge of the author and text, or the interpretation of that text by readers of the modern age?"

    Homework:

    None

    Materials From Class:

    Debate PowerPoint

    Outlining Practice Sheet

    Time Magazine Article

     

    October 27, 2017

    Today Miss Iatarola was absent. While Mr. Mitnik subbed, we completed a "Wanted Poster" project about Romeo.

    Homework:

    Finish the poster

    Wanted Poster Project Rubric

     

    October 30, 2017

    Today we acted out/watched Act II Scenes III and IV.

    Homework:

    Complete the Outlining Practice Sheet from last week

    Outlining Practice Sheet

     

     

    October 31, 2017

    Today we reviewed Act II scenes III and IV and identified how characters like Friar Lawrence and Romeo could have made better decisions and changed the tragic ending of the play.

    Homework:

    None

    Important Dates:

    Act II quiz next Tuesday

     

     

    November 1, 2017

    Today we finished reviewing Act II, Scenes III and IV and then went on to write a monologue from the perspective of one of the characters in the play.

    Homework:

    Character Motivation Worksheet

    Powerpoint

    Character Motivation Sheet

    Motivation Quote Hunt Sheet (not homework)

     

    November 2, 2017

    Today we continued to study and discuss how the motivation of each character has the power to change the outcome of the play.

    Homework:

    Finish summary sheets

    Important Dates:

    Act II quiz Tuesday

    Materials From Class:

    Daily PowerPoint

     

    November 3, 2017

    Today we acted out and went over Act II, Scenes V and VI.

    Homework:

    Study for the quiz

    Important Dates:

    Act II quiz Tuesday

     

    November 7, 2017

    Today we went over our Act II quiz, and began watching Romeo and Juliet, all the while making note of when the movie exaggerates comedy.

    Homework:

    None

     

    November 8, 2017

    Today we went over our Act II quiz, and began watching Romeo and Juliet, all the while making note of when the movie exaggerates comedy.

    Homework:

    None

     

    November 9, 2017

    Today we went over our Act II quiz, and began watching Romeo and Juliet, all the while making note of when the movie exaggerates comedy.

    Homework:

    None

     

    November 13, 2017

    Today we wrote down all of the free choice books we read this year and this summer and made a "to-read" list to ensure we never run out of ideas for new books. After exchanging books at the library, we reflected on what we saw so far of Baz Luhrmann's Romeo and Juliet and made note of what classic comedic elements he exaggerated, as well as what contemporary comedic elements he exaggerated. Then, we finished up our notes on archetypes.

    Materials From Class:

    Archetype notes

    Archetypes Powerpoint

    Baz Luhrmann comedy sheet

     

    November 14, 2017

    Today we set independent reading goals for this marking period. We then finished the rest of the comedy section of Romeo and Juiliet. Afterwards, we got a head start on our homework.

    Homework:

    Read independently for 2 hours this week and complete your reading log

    Read article/lecture and answer questions

    Materials From Class:

    Figurative Language and Reading Goals PPT

    Marking Period 2 Reading Log

    Figurative Language Review Notes

    Article/Lecture and Questions

     

    November 15, 2017

    Today we had a discussion about the reading from last night, looking specifically at how the story of Romeo and Juliet relates to American values and traditions.

    Homework:

    Read independently for 2 hours this week and complete your reading log

    Materials From Class:

    Daily PowerPoint

     

    November 16, 2017

    Today we acted out Act III Scene I and reviewed figurative language terms.

    Homework:

    Read independently for 2 hours this week and complete your reading log

    Materials From Class:

    Figurative Language and Reading Goals PPT

    Figurative Language Review Notes

     

    November 17, 2017

    Today we visiting the libarary and learned about how to make an online "next" list by accessing Unami's catalogue resources.

    Homework:

    Reading Log due Monday

    Quiz on Archetypes and Figurative Language on November 29th

    Studying Materials for After Break:

    Figurative Language and Reading Goals PPT

    Figurative Language Review Notes

    Archetype notes

    Archetypes Powerpoint

     

    November 20, 2017

    Today we finished up notes on Archetypes and Figurative Language and reviewed these concepts as a class.

    Homework:

    Reading Log due Monday

    Quiz on Archetypes and Figurative Language on November 29th

    Studying Materials for After Break:

    Figurative Language and Reading Goals PPT

    Figurative Language Review Notes

    Archetype notes

    Archetypes Powerpoint

     

    November 21, 2017

    5th Period Only: Today we reviewed archetypes by identifying how the character archetypes we identified in Shakespeare's original play deviate in the animated adaptation, Gnomeo and Juliet.

    (All) Homework:

    Reading Log due Monday

    Quiz on Archetypes and Figurative Language on November 29th

    Studying Materials for After Break:

    Figurative Language and Reading Goals PPT

    Figurative Language Review Notes

    Archetype notes

    Archetypes Powerpoint

     

    November 27, 2017

    Today we went to the library for book exchange, then we did a Kahoot review for the quiz on Wednesday. After that we finished up/reviewed Act III Scene I.

    Homework:

    • Figurative Language practice. Either identify examples of figurative language within texts you have read independently/through school (write each example next to the term on your notes sheet), or write your own examples of each figurative language term. A blend of both is acceptable. 
    • Please write in a new color so I can distinguish your examples from your original notes

    Studying Materials for the Quiz:

    Figurative Language and Reading Goals PPT

    Figurative Language Review Notes

    Archetype notes

    Archetypes Powerpoint

     

    November 28, 2017

    Today we reviewed figurative language through a close reading. We then went over the close reading together as further review.

    Homework:

    Study for the quiz tomorrow

    Materials From Class:

    Daily PowerPoint

    Studying Materials for the Quiz:

    Figurative Language and Reading Goals PPT

    Figurative Language Review Notes

    Archetype notes

    Archetypes Powerpoint

     

    November 30, 2017

    Today we acted out scenes II and III from Act III.

    Homework:

    Mercutio quotes sheet

    Mercutio Quotes Sheet

     

    December 1, 2017

    Today we wrapped up our lesson on topics and themes, wrote out themeatic thesis statements based on Tybalt's role in Romeo and Juliet and looked over the requirements for our project on Monday.

    Homework:

    Read project directions and brainstorm possible themes.

    2 hours of reading (log due Monday)

    Materials From Class:

    Mercutio Deleted Scene Project

    Theme Checklist Worksheet

    Turning Topics into Themes Sheet

    Turning Themes into Thesis Statements Sheet

     

    December 4, 2017

    Today we reviewed theme and thesis statement development and applied our skills by using the character of Mercutio

    Homework

    Write out a topic, theme, and thesis statement based on Mercutio

    Mercutio Deleted Scene Project

    Turning Topics into Themes Sheet

    Turning Themes into Thesis Statements Sheet

     

    December 5, 2017

    Today we worked to identify quotes that prove our thesis statement and began our rough drafts of our script.

    Homework:

    Find three pieces of textual evidence that support the thesis statement

    Script Writing Crash Course

    Deleted Scene Example Script

     

    December 6, 2017

    Today we learned how to cite quotes from a Shakespeare play. Then we spent the remainder of the period drafting our scripts.

    Homework:

    Finish rough draft of script

    Today we worked to identify quotes that prove our thesis statement and began our rough drafts of our script.

    Project Documents:

    Deleted Scene Example Script

    Script Writing Crash Course

    Mercutio Deleted Scene Project

    Turning Topics into Themes Sheet

    Turning Themes into Thesis Statements Sheet

    Citation PowerPoint From Class:

    Citation Rules

    Important Dates:

    Project due Friday

    Act III Quiz Tuesday

     

    December 7, 2017

    Today we continued to work on our projects.

    Homework:

    Project due tomorrow

    Act III Quiz Tuesday

    Project Documents:

    Deleted Scene Example Script

    Script Writing Crash Course

    Mercutio Deleted Scene Project

    Turning Topics into Themes Sheet

    Turning Themes into Thesis Statements Sheet

    Project Checklist

     

    December 8, 2017

    Today we turned in our script projects and acted out the remainder of Act III

    Homework:

    Finish Act III, Scene IV and V cause and effect packet

    Act III Quiz Tuesday

    Act III Optional Review Packet

     

    December 11, 2017

    Today we reviewed for the Act III quiz.

    Homework:

    Study for Act III Quiz

    Study Materials:

    Review Packet

     

    December 12, 2017

    Today we took the Act III quiz and began acting out Act IV. We also got our projects back.

    Homework:

    2 hours of independent reading

     

    December 13, 2017

    Today we reviewed scenes one and two of Act IV, discussed our observations of Juliet's character development, and went on to act out scenes III, IV, and V. We then reviewed these scenes after acting them out.

    Homework:

    Power and Priviege sheet

    Materials from class:

    Daily PowerPoint

    Act IV Summary Sheets

    Power and Privilege WS

     

    December 14, 2017

    Today we finished up Act IV, and wrote down the flaws we noticed in Friar Lawrence's plan for Romeo and Juliet.

    Homework:

    Juliet Characterization Sheet

    Materials From Class:

    Daily PowerPoint

    Juliet Characterization Sheet

     

    December 15, 2017

    Today we reviewed Act IV by reflecting on Juliet's character development throughout the play. We then completed a characterization sheet for Juliet, finding textual evidece to better capture who she is as a character.

    Homework:

    Finish Juliet Quotes Sheet

    Develop a theme that Shakespeare conveys thorugh the character of Juliet (Period One only!)

    Juliet Quotes Sheet

    Daily PowerPoint

     

    December 18, 2017

    Today we visited the library to exchange books, and then reflected on and discussed Romeo's fatal flaws. As we acted out Act V, Scene I, we made note of how those fatal flaws played into his decision making. After this, we wrote down a theme Shakespeare is expressing through Romeo.

    Homework:

    Act IV and V quiz Thursday

    Materials From Class:

    Daily PowerPoint

     

    December 19, 2017

    Today we finished most of Act V, Scene III.

    Homework:

    Act IV and V quiz on Thursday

     

    December 20, 2017

    Today we wrapped up Act V, went over each part of it in class as a review, and then played a Kahoot review

    Homework:
    Quiz tomorrow on Acts IV and V

     

    December 21, 2017

    Today we took our Act IV and IV quiz. (4th period, after a small recap and review session)

    Homework:

    None :)

     

    January 2, 2018

    Today we got past quizzes back in order to study for the final Romeo and Juliet test on Friday. We then wrote about a time we saw someone in trouble, what we did in response, and why. After discussing what makes the difference between helping someone and being a bystander, we began reading and annotating an article about about why people become bystanders.

    Homework:

    Read the article and as you read, annotate in the margins about what aspects of this article confirm what we discussed, challenge what we discussed, or introduce new information about what we discussed.

    Materials From Class:

    Daily PowerPoint

    Bystanders Article

     

    January 3, 2018

    Today we went over the article from last night and completed discussion questions about how it relates to Romeo and Juliet. After this, we went over the Acts IV and V quiz as a class.

    Homework:

    Complete "Broken Windows Theory" Worksheet

    Study for the Test on Friday

    Materials to Study:

    Romeo and Juliet Final Test Study Guide

    Materials from Class:

    Daily PowerPoint

    Broken Windows Worksheet

     

    January 8-9, 2018

    In light of the snow days/delays, we spent the past two days reviewing Romeo and Juliet in preparation for our test on Wednesday.

    Homework:

    Study for the test on Wednesday

    Study Materials:

    Jeopardy Review Game

    Romeo and Juliet Study Guide

     

    January 10, 2018

    Today we took our final Romeo and Juliet test.

    Homework:

    None

     

    January 11, 2018

    Today we completed our "drag sheets". Then, we went over the rubric and requirements for our theme essay and began developing our outlines.

    Homework:

    Complete the outline

    Theme essay outline no boxes

    Theme essay outline boxes

     

    January 12, 2018

    Today we worked to find quotes that support our thesis statements and match our outlines. We need a minimum of 8 quotes for this assignment. We also had individual conferences with Miss Iatarola (by request) to answer any questions/concerns about our thesis statements or outlines.

    Homework:
    Finish quotes sheet

    Quotes Sheet

    Resources for finding quotes:

    http://shakespeare.mit.edu/romeo_juliet/full.html

     

    Tuesday, January 16

    Today we practiced using literary present tense and went over Miss I's expectations for our introductions and body paragraphs

    Homework:

    Complete either your introduction or first body paragraph

    Essay-Writing Resources:

    Miss I's Sample Intro and First Body Paragraph

    Essay Writing PowerPoint

    Essay Requirements

    Theme Essay Rubric

    Quotes Sheet

     

    Warm Up (January 17th)

    Re-write this sentence in literary present tense:

    When Romeo realized he was responsible for Mercutio's death, he challenged and killed Tybalt.

    Answer:

    When Romeo realizes he is responsible for Mercutio's death, he challenges and kills Tybalt.

     

    January 17th

    Today we practiced writing in literary present tense as we continued to write our theme essays.

    Homework:
    Complete three paragraphs (including the paragraph you showed Miss Iatarola today for homework, and the one you completed in class today)

    Complete Sample Essay: Complete Sample

     

    January 18

    Today we worked on our essays and conferenced with Miss I if necessary.

    Important Due Dates:

    Rough draft: Due (in e-mail form) at the end of class tomorrow

    Final draft: Due on Friday, 1/26

     

    Friday In-Class Materials:

    Rough Draft Checklist

    Rubric to Copy and Paste

     

    January 19, 2018

    Today we finished our rough drafts, using the checklist Miss I provided to make sure they were complete, and e-mailed those rough drafts to Miss Iatarola at biatarola@cbsd.org.

    Homework:

    None

     

    Conference Sheet

     

    January 22, 2018

    Today we revised our drafts based on Miss I's notes and met with her if we turned in our drafts late.

    Homework:

    Final Draft due Friday by 3:00pm

     

    January 23, 2018

    Today Miss I gave a few mini-lessons on the mistakes most students made in their essays. We took notes on these skills and practiced correcting examples.

    Homework:

    Final Draft due Friday

    Notes on Essay Correction

    Completed notes from powerpoint

     

    January 24-25 2018

    Today we continued revising our rough drafts.

    Homework:

    Final Draft due Friday by 3:00pm

    Essay-Writing Resources:

    Notes on Essay Correction

    Rough Draft Checklist

    Rubric to Copy and Paste

    Essay Requirements

    Theme Essay Rubric

    Final Draft Checklist

     

    January 29, 2018

    Today we read a short story called "The Day of the Last Rock Fight" and answered reading questions about it.

    Homework:

    Finish reading "The Day of the Last Rock Fight", answer the questions, and complete the creative writing exercise. 

    Homework Materials:

    The Day of the Last Rock Fight Full Text

    Reflection Questions

    Creative Writing Exercise

     

     

    January 30-31, 2018

    Today we watched Romeo and Juliet and completed our final reflection.

    Homework:

    Final reflection due Friday

    Final reflection

     

    February 1, 2018

    Today we wrapped up Romeo and Juilet and discussed what it means to be a bystander.

    Homework:

    Final reflection due Friday

    Final reflection

     

    February 2, 2018

    Today we reflected on our prior knowledge of the Holocaust, and took notes on key vocabulary.

    Homework:

    None

     

    February 5, 2018

    Today we reflected on Martin Niemöller's famous piece, "First they came for the socialists". Then, we continued taking notes on Holocaust vocabulary and Hitler's rise to power.

    Homework:

    Read the Preface and Chapter One of Night and complete the reflections on both

    Vocab PowerPoint

    Video worksheet

    Night Preface and Chapter One Reflections

     

    February 6, 2018

    Today we took a quiz on the preface and chapter one of Night and then watched and took notes on an informational video on Hitler's rise to power.

    Homework:

    None

    Vocab PowerPoint

    Video worksheet


    February 7, 2018

    Today we watched an interview with Elie Wiesel and discussed how this form reaches the reader on a different level.

    Homework:

    Students who were not in school: watch the video (link is below) and complete the worksheet

    Interview questions sheet

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SwArNTM_KA&t=2430s

     

    February 9, 2018

    Today we went over our quiz on the preface and chapter one of Night. Then, we reviewed tone, mood, and purpose. We practiced concise writing by explaining Elie Wiesel's purpose through Haiku, and then applied tone, mood, and purpose to our own writing. We finished off class by identifying the tone, mood, and purpose of "First they came for the socialists".

    Homework:

    Read Chapter 2 and complete the reflection. 

    Daily PowerPoint

    Chapter Two Reflection

     

    February 12, 2018

    Today we reviewed and discussed Elie Wiesel's writing style in partner groups, making note of writing techniques we liked, and those we disliked. 

    Homework:

    Read Chapter 2 and complete the reflection for tomorrow

    Read Chapter 3 and complete the reflection by Wednesday

    Daily PowerPoint

    Night Writing Style Reflection

    Chapter Two Reflection

    Chapter Three Reflection

     

    February 13, 2018

    Today we quizzed on Chapter 2 of Night and reflected on Elie's writing style. We also talked about our independent reading assignment.

    Homework:

    Read Chapter 3 and complete the reflection by Wednesday

    Daily PowerPoint

    Chapter Three Reflection

    Independent Reading Assignment

     

    February 14, 2018

    Today we quizzed on Chapter 3 of Night and made observations about how Elie uses the five aspects of characterization in the first three chapters of Night.

    Homework:

    Read Chapter 4 and complete the reflection by next Wednesday

    Daily PowerPoint

    Characterization Exercises

    Chapter Four Reflection

     

    February 20, 2018

    Today we reflected on the people in our lives that have influenced us the most. Then, we related this to how Elie Wiesel creates characters in his memoir. 

    Homework:

    Read Chapter 4 and complete the reflection 

    Historical background test Friday

    Daily PowerPoint

    Characterization Exercises

    Chapter Four Reflection

     

    February 21, 2018

    Today we discussed the way Elie Wiesel uses minor characters to describe his setting, and reflected on how people from our own lives illuminate different events from our past.

    Homework:

    Read Chapter 5 and complete the reflection by Friday 

    Historical Background quiz Friday

    Vignette project due Tuesday

    Daily PowerPoint

    Chapter 5 Reflection

    Vignette Project

     

    February 22, 2018

    Today we reviewed for our quiz on the history of Nazi Germany tomorrow. We also used context clues from Night to define unfamiliar terms, and reflect on the responsibility of the reader vs the writer in nonfiction pieces. 

    Homework:

    Read Chapter 5 and complete the reflection by Friday

    Historical Background quiz tomorrow

    Vignette project due Tuesday

    Daily PowerPoint

    Context Clues Packet

     

    February 23, 2018

    Today we took a quiz on the background of Nazi Germany and chapter 5 of Night.

    Homework:

    Vignette Project due Wednesday

    Chapter 6 Reading and Reflection due Tuesday

    First round of independent reading projects due next Friday

    Night Reflection 6

    Vignette Project Directions and Rubric

    Independent Reading Project

     

    February 26, 2018

    In Class Work

    Warm Up: Look back at the list of characters you made in your writer's notebook, and use the five aspects of characterization to write one sentence describing each for the 3 people you starred:

    • Physical appearance
    • The way that person speaks
    • The way that person acts
    • The way that person acts towards others
    • Your thoughts about that person

    When you are finished, begin drafting a vignette. This vignette should be a memory of the person you just wrote about. Figurative language, especially imagery, is essential to a vignette. Essentially, it should feel like a brief snapshot of what this person is/was like.

    Tomorrow, I'll ask you to bring in a rough draft, and we'll spend part of class revising with our peers. 

     

    February 26, 2018

    Today we worked on our vignette projects.

    Homework:

    Vignette project due Wednesday

    Chapter 6 and Reflection due tomorrow

    1st Round of Independent Reading Projects due Friday

    Vignette Project

    Independent Reading Project

     

    February 27, 2018

    Today we revised our vignettes with a partner and discussed Elie's status as a dynamic character in Night. Then, we reflected on events in our lives that changed us.

    Homework:

    Vignette project due tomorrow

    Finish reading and (lightly!) annotating Auschwitz packet

    Turn in any missing reflections (1-6) by Friday

    1st Round of Independent Reading Projects due Friday

    Vignette Project

    Independent Reading Project

    Auschwitz packet

     

    February 28, 2018

    Today we turned in our vignettes, analyzed symbols from Night, and then discussed if it is the responsibility of the reader or writer of a nonfiction narrative to explain the setting of the piece.

    Homework:

    Turn in any missing reflections (1-6) by Friday

    Complete the Reading Style sheet

    Independent Reading Project (1st Round) due Friday

    Reading Style Sheet

    Independent Reading Project

     

    March 1, 2018

    Today Miss I went over the requirements for the personal narrative and we brainstormed possible topics. We shared our brainstorming with a partner and, by tomorrow, will come to class with a final topic.

    Homework:

    Rough draft due next Friday

    Independent Reading Project (1st round) due tomorrow

    Personal Narrative PowerPoint

    Brainstorming Sheet

    Rubric

    Student Example

    Personal narrative outline example

    Personal Narrative Outline

    Personal Narrative with Symbol Example

     

    March 2, 2018

    Today we worked on our personal narratives.

    Homework:

    Personal narrative due next Friday 

     

    March 5 and 6, 2018

    Today we used Miss I's stylistic mini-lesson to continue working on our personal narratives.

    Homework:

    Personal narrative (rough draft) due Friday

    rhythm and repetition mini lesson

     

    Night  reflections: 

    Night Reflections (all)

    Reflections 7-9 due Tuesday. Reading Quiz on 7-9 Tuesday.

     

    March 9, 2018

    Today we worked with our partners to revise our rough drafts.

    Homework:

    Personal narrative (rough draft) due by 3:00pm Monday

    Rough Draft Conference Partner Sheet

     

    March 12, 2018

    Today we participated in activities and discussion about how story-writers engage with thier peers during the writing process. We also began looking at how to write intentionally, growing our stylistic techniques as writers through experimenting with grammar.

    Homework:

    Finish Night and reflections by Wednesday 

    Final Night assessment on Thursday 

    Night Reflections (all)

    Daily PowerPoint

     

    March 13, 2018

    Today we practiced writing intentionally, growing our stylistic techniques as writers by experimenting with grammar.

    Homework:

    Finish Night and reflections by Wednesday

    Final Night assessment on Thursday

    Night Reflections (all)

     Daily PowerPoint

     

    March 14, 2018

    Today we wrapped up our grammar practice, and learned about our two upcoming Night assessments.

    Homework:

    Work on the poetry project (due Friday) and prepare for Friday's in-class writing assessment

    Poetry Project

    Prompts for Friday

    Daily PowerPoint

     

    March 15, 2018

    Today we worked on part one of our Night assessment--a poetry project.

    Homework:

    Poetry project due at the start of class tomorrow.

    Prepare to write prompts 

    Poetry Project Instructions and Rubric

    Poetry Project Examples

    Prompts for Friday

     

    March 16, 2018

    Today we completed part two of our Night assignment--a written assessment

    Homework:

    None

    Prompts for Friday

     

    March 19, 2018

    Today we handed back our Night books and got a copy of The Book Thief. We answered and discussed some pre-reading questions, then learned about the whole-novel approach we'll be using to read this novel.

    Homework:

    Book Thief reading (finish p. 15 by tomorrow) and sticky notes

    Personal Narrative final copy due Friday by 11:59pm

    Book Thief pre-reading questions

    Whole Novel Approach bookmark

    Whole Novel Approach Instructions Sheet

     

    Snow Day Information:

    If our only snowday is March 21st, the paper will still be due on Friday by 11:59pm. Considering this, I'll ask you to use this sheet at some point before that time. It's the final draft peer conferencing sheet for this assignment: Final Draft Peer Conferencing Sheet

    On Thursday and Friday, I'll be meeting with each of you at the time of your choosing (during class, before school, after school, lunch, and resource). I offer all of these options because, especially for my 1st period class, it's can be difficult to have a longer conversation about each student's work due to the number of students in the class.

    If we have two snowdays, March 21st and March 22nd, I will extend the due date to Tuesday of next week. If this is the case, I expect you to be working on it at home as much as you can (considering possible power outages). In class on Friday, we will be in the lab, and you can sign up to 1) work independently 2) conference with a peer or 3) conference with me. On Monday and Tuesday, we might not have computers (I did not originally sign up for those days). This might mean that you need to bring in a hard copy of your paper in order to have a peer or student-teacher conference. Alternatively, it might mean you will complete your Book Thief reading in class, while working on your personal narrative at home. 

    Thank you for being so flexible this year, with all of this strange weather. It has thrown all of us off, and I appreciate all of your hard work.

     

    March 23, 26, 27 2018

    Today we continued working on our personal narratives. The final draft of this narrative is due on Tuesday by 11:59pm

    Homework:

    Personal narrative (final draft) due Tuesday by 11:59pm

    Next Book Thief check is Wednesday

    Book Thief Bookmark

    Final Draft Peer Conferencing Sheet

     

    March 28, 2018

    Today we had an open discussion about The Book Thief so far. Then, we worked individually to prove which character best embodies Himmel Street.

    Homework:

    Book Thief Sticky Notes Check Tuesday (thru 266)

    Daily PowerPoint

    Which Character Best Embodies Himmel Street WS

     

    April 2, 2018

    Today we caught up on our Book Thief reading, and got a brief introduction on the mini-project we'll be starting tomorrow.

    Homework:

    Book Thief Sticky Notes Check Tuesday (thru 266)

     

    Materials for Mini Project tomorrow:

    Humans of New York Informational Article

    Humans of New York Examples

    Humans of New York Mini-Project

     

    April 3, 2018

    Today we completed a mini-project about one character we feel embodies Himmel Street. We also had our second sticky note check.

    Homework:

    Book Thief Sticky Notes Check Thursday (through 299)

    Mini-Project due in class tomorrow (printed out)

    Humans of New York Informational Article

    Humans of New York Examples

    Humans of New York Mini-Project

     

    April 4, 2018

    Today we discussed our reading so far, then read independently/prepared for an acting game tomorrow.

    Homework:

    Book Thief Sticky Notes Check tomorrow (through 299)

    Book Thief Sticky Notes Check Friday (through 316)

     

    April 5, 2018

    Today we learned about Hitler Youth and discussed how it impacts Rudy and Liesel. We also played an acting game to familiarize ourselves with the characters and to practice acting.

    Homework:

    Book Thief Sticky Notes Check tomorrow (through 316)

    Hitler Youth Article

     

    April 6, 2018

    Today we took notes on propaganda techniques, looking specifically at how the Nazi Party used these techniques on the German populace. 

    Homework:

    Book Thief Sticky Notes Check Monday (through 388)

    Propaganda Notes

    Propaganda Notes PowerPoint

     

    April 9, 2018

    Today we practiced delivering lines to partners by using Emily Dickenson's "Hope is the Thing with Feathers". We spent the rest of class catching up on our Book Thief reading for the sticky note check tomorrow.

    Homework:

    Sticky Note Check through 388

    Hope is the Thing with Feathers

    Daily PowerPoint

     

    April 10, 2018

    Today we wrote "casting calls" about different characters from The Book Thief. Then, we discussed the book so far.

    Homework:

    Friday Sticky Note Check: through 451

     

    April 12, 2018

    Today we reviewed what the sub assigned yesterday. This included discussing the importance of connotation, exploring how Zusak uses word choice, and observing the way that each of us can read identical passages, yet walk away with a different message.

    Homework:

    Sticky Note Check tomorrow: through 451

    Daily PowerPoint

    Connotations warm up

     

    monolouge project

     

    April 17, 2018

    Today we discussed our reading of The Book Thief, then played character charades to get experience acting in front of others.

    Homework:

    Sticky Note Check Thursday: Finish the book

     

    April 18, 2018

    Today Miss I introduced how we'll be graded on next week's discussions. We all picked a subtopic from the list she provided, and got started on generating our discussion questions and evidence. This will be due by next Wednesday. 

    Homework:

    Finish the book/sticky notes by tomorrow

    Work on the discussion questions assessment

    Work on the monologue script (script due tomorrow by 11:59pm!/video due in by Tuesday at 11:59pm)

    monolouge project

    Graded Discussion PowerPoint

    Subtopic List

    Sign Up List

     

    Examples for Today:

    Example Slide for Discussion

    Example Monologue

     

    April 23, 2018

    Today we went over the upcoming projects and discussed our opinions on topic such as justice in the court system, gender roles, culture in the North vs the South of the United States, and the trustworthiness and integrity of children in preparation for our next unit.

    Homework:

    Work on the projects

    Video due by 11:59 tomorrow (on google drive)

    Slide due by tomorrow

    Free Choice project due May 4th 

     

    April 24, 2018

    Today we read three poems about injustice, and discussed the importance of point of view in writing. We then had time to work on our projects.

    Homework:

    Work on the projects

    Video due by 11:59 tomorrow (on google drive)

    Slide due by tomorrow

    Free Choice project due May 4th

    Daily PowerPoint

    Poetry Activity

     

    April 25-28 2018

    Today we participated in student-led discussions about The Book Thief.

    Homework:

    Free Choice Project due May 4th 

    Free Choice Project

     

    April 30, 2018

    Today we watched a video on African American history and took notes in preparation for our study of To Kill a Mockingbird.

    Homework:

    Finish Chapter One of To Kill a Mockingbird by Wednesday

    Free Choice Project due May 4th 

    Making a Way Out of No Way Notes

     

    May 1, 2018

    Today Miss I introduced the core, and we had some time to start the first chapters of To Kill A Mockingbird

    Homework:

    Finish first chapter of To Kill a Mockingbird

    Core Intro PPT

    Presearch Sheet

    Monologue Core Packet

    Proposal Sheet

    Core Calendar 2018

     

    May 2, 2018

    Today Miss I went over the first chapter of To Kill a Mockingbird, and we started work on our presearch.

    Homework:

    Presearch sheet due Friday

    Read until page 57 in To Kill a Mockingbird (chapters 2-6) and complete packet work by Monday

    Free Choice Project due Friday

    Core Intro PPT

    Presearch Sheet

    Monologue Core Packet

    Proposal Sheet

    Core Calendar 2018

    Maycomb Family Trees and Map

    Mockingbird Packet Work Chapters 1-6

    Mockingbird warm up/chapter one review

    Mockingbird Reading Calendar

     

    May 3 and 4th, 2018

    Today we worked on our presearch for the core, narrowing down the historical figures we would like to focus on to our top three. Any time left over, we used to complete our To Kill a Mockingbird homework for Monday.

    Homework:

    Read until page 57 in To Kill a Mockingbird (chapters 2-6) and complete packet work by Monday

    Core Intro PPT

    Presearch Sheet

    Monologue Core Packet

    Proposal Sheet

    Core Calendar 2018

    Mockingbird Reading Calendar 

    Mockingbird Packet Work Chapters 1-6 

     

    May 7 and 8, 2018

    Today we worked to complete our proposals (due Wednesday).

    Homework:

    Proposal due Wednesday

    Mockingbird Packet due tomorrow

    Chapters 7 and 8 of Mockingbird due Thursday (packet due Friday)

    Monologue Core Packet

    Proposal Sheet

    Mockingbird Packet Work Chapters 1-6

     

    May 9, 2018

    Today we finished up, printed, and handed our core monologue proposals to Miss I. For the rest of class, we went over the social culture of Maycomb, and discussed what determines a family's status, priviledges, and reputation in the town.

    Homework:

    Finish Chapters 7 and 8 and complete the packet work

    Chapters 9, 10, 11 and packet due next Tuesday

    Mockingbird Packet Section 2 (chapters 7 and 8)

    Mockingbird Packet Section 3 (Chapters 9, 10, 11)

     

    May 10, 2018

    Today we wrapped up our review of chapters 1-6 of To Kill a Mockingbird.

    Homework:

    Finish chapters 7 and 8 with the packet (this is due tomorrow)

    Finish chapters 9, 10, and 11 with the packet for Tuesday

    Mockingbird Part One test next Friday

    PowerPoint Review

    Section 2 packet

    Section 3 packet

     

    May 11, 2018

    Today we reviewed chapters 7 and 8, making note of Harper Lee's use of symbolism and foreshadowing.

    Homework:

    Finish chapters 9, 10, and 11 with the packet for Tuesday

    Mockingbird Part One test next Friday

    *Note: all students on the music trip MUST turn in thier section 2 packets by MONDAY. The review notes will be posted Tuesday. No section 2 packets will be accepted past Tuesday.*

    Section 3 packet

     

    May 14, 2018

    Today we talked about racial slurs in Mockingbird, and Miss I went over why they are part of the book, but not words we use during our conversations in class. We used the rest of the time to catch up on our reading.

    Homework:

    Finish chapters 9, 10, and 11 with the packet for tomorrow

    Mockingbird Part One test Friday

    Monologue rough draft due next Tuesday

    Section 3 packet 

     

    May 15, 2018

    Today we reviewed the rubric for our monologue core and Miss I answered our questions about the rough draft. Miss I also passed out examples of A+ student work to give us an idea of what to aim for. She clarified that although we will still have Monday and Tuesday of next week to work on that rough draft in class, she will not be checking it for completion until Wednesday. Although Miss I gave us some time in class to work on this rough draft today, she advised us to work on at at home as well.

    Homework:

    Mockingbird Part One test Friday (there will be a review of section 3 tomorrow, and a review of all of Part One on Thursday)

    Mockingbird rough draft due at the beginning of class next Wednesday

    Section 4 (chapters 12, 13, 14, 15) of To Kill a Mockingbird due next Monday (May 21st) Packetwork due Wednesday (May 23rd)

    Mockingbird Packet Section Four (Chapters 12, 13, 14, 15)

    Monologue Core Rubric

     

    May 16, 2018

    Today we went over section three of Mockingbird.

    Homework:

    Part One Mockingbird Test Friday

    Rough Draft of Monologue due Wednesday (at the start of class)

    Read chapters 12, 13, 14, 15 for Monday and complete the packetwork by Wednesday

    Section 3 Mockingbird Review

     

    May 17, 2018

    Today we reviewed for our Mockingbird part one test (tomorrow!) by playing through a Jeopardy Game.

    Homework:

    Study for the test

    Rough Draft of Monologue due Wednesday (at the start of class)

    Read chapters 12, 13, 14, 15 for Monday and complete the packetwork by Wednesday

    Jeopardy Game Mockingbird Part One Test Prep

    Mockingbird Section 4 Packet

     

    May 21-22nd, 2018

    Today we worked on our monologue rough drafts (due Wednesday for those NOT taking the Keystones, due Friday for those TAKING the Keystones)

    Homework:

    Rough Draft

    Complete packetwork for chapters 12, 13, 14, 15 by Wednesday

    Mockingbird Section 4 Packet

    Read chapters 16, 17, 18 and complete packetwork by Friday

    Mockingbird Section 5 Packet

     

    May 23, 2018

    Today we had 15 minutes at the start of class to print, hand in, and e-mail our rough drafts of the monologue core. (If we took the Keystone this week, Miss I extended the due date to Friday by 3:00pm). We spent the rest of the time reviewing section 4 of Mockingbird.

    Homework:

    Read chapters 16, 17, 18 and complete packetwork by Friday

    Mockingbird Section 5 Packet

    ali example monologue

    eckford example monologue

    Mockingbird Section 6 Packet (if you want to get ahead)

     

    May 24, 2018

    Today we reviewed the rest of section four. Then, Miss I took us outside for 25-30 minutes to work on reading chapters 16, 17, and 18 for tomorrow, and completing the packet work.

    Homework:

    Read chapters 16, 17, 18 and complete packetwork by Friday

    Mockingbird Section 5 Packet

    Review of Section 4 Powerpoint Mockingbird

    Mockingbird Packet 6 (due next Tues.)

    Upcoming Due Dates:

    Final Draft of Monologue due next Thursday

     

    May 25, 2018

    Today we went over section 5 of Mockingbird, and took notes on the Scotsboro case.

    Homework:

    Read chapters 19, 20, 21, 22 by Tuesday, complete the packet work for these chapters (section 6) by Wednesday.

    Final Draft of Monologue due Thursday

    Section five review powerpoint

    Scotsboro Notes

     

    May 29, 2018

    Today we spent time grading our monologues using the rubric Miss I passed out, then we used this self-assessment in order to have a more informed conference with Miss I about our script (due at the end of class on Thursday).

    Homework:

    Finish section 6 packet (19-22) by tomorrow

    Finish section 7 packet (23-26) by Friday

    Monologue final draft due Thursday

    Mockingbird Packet 6

    Mockingbird Packet 7

    Monologue Rubric

     

    May 30, 2018

    Today was South Move-up day. No academic classes assigned work.

    Homework:

    Finish section 6 packet (19-22) by tomorrow

    Finish section 7 packet (23-26) by Friday

    Monologue final draft due Thursday

    Mockingbird Packet 6

    Mockingbird Packet 7

    Monologue Rubric

     

    May 31, 2018

    Today we worked on revising our final drafts (with Miss Iatarola's assistance through conferencing) and sent in our final copies by the end of the class period. Any students absent today should know that I will give them time to work tomorrow, but that we will not have many computers available. 

    Homework:

    Tomorrow is a practice day--bring notecards and a printed copy of your script.

    Finish section 7 packet (23-26) by tomorrow

    Monologue final draft due Thursday

    Mockingbird Packet 7

    Monologue Checklist

     

    June 1, 2018

    Today we worked on practicing our scripts. At the end of the class, we picked our presentation day (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday of next week).

    Homework:

    Practice your speech

    Practice day

    Mockingbird Packet 8

     

    June 4-7, 2018

    Today we performed our monologues, and reviewed some of Mockingbird (Sections 5 and 6).

    Homework:

    Practice for your presentation and make sure Miss I has your backdrop if you're including one. 

    Complete Section 8 by Wednesday

    Section 6 Review Mockingbird

    Section five review powerpoint

    Scotsboro Notes

    Mockingbird Packet 8

    Upcoming Due Dates:

    Mockingbird Test Part 2 on Tuesday, June 12th (next week)

    Mockingbird Final Project due Wednesday, June 13th (next week)

     

    June 8, 2018

    Today we went over the material that's on the assessment next Tuesday, then we wrapped up our review of sections 7 and 8

    Homework:

    Study/prepare outline materials for Tuesday assessment on Mockingbird.

    Section 6 Review Mockingbird

    Mockingbird Section 7 Review

    Mockingbird Section 8 Review

    Packets 4-8 With Study Questions Highlighted

    Mockingbird Packet Section 4

    Mockingbird Packet Section 5

    Mockingbird Packet Section 6

    Mockingbird Packet Section 7

    Mockingbird Packet Section 8

    Jeopardy Practice Game

    Jeopardy Practice Game Part Two Mockingbird

     

    June 11, 2018

    Today we reviewed for our test tomorrow

    Practice Materials:

    Quizizz Game Code:

    GAME CODE
    187002
    Ask your students to join game with this code at https://join.quizizz.com