• Tamanend Distance Learning Page: https://www.cbsd.org/Page/47852

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    Week of April 13th:

    Daily Expectations for Students

    ·       Log on to Canvas for our daily/weekly assignment which is to complete the “Slavery Quilt Module.”

    ·       Complete and submit assignments by the day of our next meeting.

    ·       Abide by CB Online Meeting Guidelines, found here.

     

    Office Hours

    I will be available to parents and students on the following schedule:

    Monday’s 9:30-10:00 and 12:00-12:30

    Tuesday’s 9:30-10:00

    Wednesday’s 12:00-12:30

    Thursday’s 9:30-10:00.

     

    You can reach me by e-mail, and we can also set up a Teams call if needed.

    Classroom Tools

    Our classroom will be using Canvas as the primary mode of assigning and collecting work.

     

    Resources

    Week of April 13th:

    ·       You will be using the following resources:

    o   Canvas

     

    Week of April 6th:

    Daily Expectations for Students

    · Log on to Canvas for our daily/weekly assignment which is to complete

      the “Slavery Module.”

    · Complete and submit assignments by the day of our next meeting.

    · Abide by CB Online Meeting Guidelines, found here.

     

    Office Hours

    I will be available to parents and students on the following schedule:

    Monday’s 9:30-10:00 and 1:00-1:30

    Tuesday’s 9:30-10:00

    Wednesday’s 1:00-1:30

    Thursday’s 9:30-10:00.

     You can reach me by e-mail, and we can also set up a Teams call if needed.

    Classroom Tools

    Our classroom will be using Canvas as the primary mode of assigning and collecting work.

     

    Resources

    Week of April 6th:

    · You will be using the following resources:

    o   Canvas

    o   Online Textbook (log in through Clever)

    o   FlipGrid

     

     

    Period 6,7:

    Thursday, April 2nd

    o Overview: Today you will be doing a live check in with Mrs. McFarland and our class

    o Estimated Time: 30 minutes

    o Explanation:

    • We need to make sure you know what the expectations are and what we are going to be doing starting next Monday, 4/6.

    o Live Check in Schedule:

    • Period 6: 10:00 AM
    • Period 7: 1:00 PM

    o Directions:

    • Go to your e-mail and click on the “Join Microsoft Team Meeting” link in your e-mail. Be sure to be on time since we are only doing a short check in.
    • Remember: Make sure your behavior and words are appropriate at all times.

     

    Period 1, 2, 3:

    Wednesday, April 1st

    o Overview: Today you will be doing a live check in with Mrs. McFarland and our class

    o Estimated Time: 30 minutes

    o Explanation:

    • We need to make sure you know what the expectations are and what we are going to be doing starting next Monday, 4/6.

    o Live Check in Schedule:

    • Period 1: 9:00 AM, Click link HERE
    • Period 2: 9:30 AM, Click link HERE
    • Period 3: 1:00 PM, Click link HERE

    o Directions:

    • Go to your e-mail and click on the “Join Microsoft Team Meeting” link in your e-mail or click on the link above. Be sure to be on time since we are only doing a short check in.
    • Remember: Make sure your behavior and words are appropriate at all times.
    • I can't wait to talk with you!!

     

    All Periods, Academic and Advanced (1,2,3,6,7)

    Tuesday, March 31st

    o Overview: Today you will be continuing to learn what people in the 1800’s did for fun.

    o Estimated Time: 30 minutes

    o Explanation:

    • On Wednesday, I asked you to let me know how you are doing and asked you about things you are doing at home.  Today is the last day you are going to be learning about what people in the 1800’s did for fun.  Today, we will focus on Literature using the online textbook and Canvas.

    o Three quick things to know:

    • Reminders:
      • To get to your online textbook, you need to log in through Clever.
    • You are doing the Module called “Literature DL”
    • You will be submitting an assignment through Canvas.

    o Tasks:

    • Please log onto your Online Textbook (through the Clever App) and go to Chapter 13, section 6, Early American Literature.
    • Please read through the section and complete the Spoke diagrams.
      • It is asking you to fill in a chart with One Work of the Author and One Characteristic of the Author’s Work. You are not doing the last two columns.
    • Once you are done, go to Canvas, Modules, Literature DL Module to complete the Module.
      • This Module asks you to listen to 3 different authors. Once you have listened to them, it will ask you to ask you to answer some questions about the author videos.

    o Links/Activities:

    o Method of Communication: (i.e., Canvas, email, Teams):

    • I will be on my e-mail most of the day.  If you have any questions or need any help, e-mail me and I will do my best to answer your questions.
    • I can set up a Teams video chat to answer any questions face to face if you need me to.

    O Looking ahead to Wednesday and Thursday:

    • We will be doing a live check in on Teams on Wednesday and Thursday of this week.  Here is the schedule of the live check ins:
      • Wednesday, 4/1:
        • Period 1: 9:00 AM
        • Period 2: 9:30 AM
        • Period 3: 1:00 PM
      • Thursday, 4/2:
        • Period 6: 10:00 AM
        • Period 7: 1:00 PM
    • I will send you all an invitation through your e-mail for your Period's time.  You will click on the "Join Teams Meeting" link to join the live check in.
    • A reminder that you will be logged in with your school account so I will be able to see and hear everything you say and type.  Please be sure to be respectful and appropriate, just like you are in class.  I am so excited to see your faces and hear your voices! 
    • This check in is not required, but is highly suggested so that you are familiar with this technology for the weeks ahead.

     

    All Periods, Academic and Advanced (1,2,3,6,7)

    Monday, March 30th

    o Overview: Today you will be continuing to learn what people in the 1800’s did for fun.

    o Estimated Time: 30 minutes

    o Explanation:

    • On Wednesday, I asked you to let me know how you are doing and asked you about things you are doing at home.  For the next few days, you are going to be learning about what people in the 1800’s did for fun.  Today, we will focus on Music using the online textbook and OneNote.

    o Three quick things to know:

    • Reminders:
      • To get to your online textbook, you need to log in through Clever.
    • For the OneNote tab/page, if you don’t see it, try synching your OneNote.
    • If you still don’t see it, try going the online version through cbsd.org/365.

    o Tasks:

    • Please log onto your Online Textbook (through the Clever App) and go to Chapter 13, section 5, Early American Music.
    • Please read through the section and complete the Spoke diagrams.
      • It is asking you to put the style of music inside the bubble and a characteristic of that style of music on the spoke.
    • Once you are done, go to your OneNote to the Tab called “1800’s Fun” to the page called “Music”.
      • This page asks you to list what your current favorite style of music is, 3 of your most favorite songs or artists, and why. It also asks you to give me a music recommendation 😊.

    o Links/Activities:

    • You are using the online textbook (www.csbd.org/365) and logging in through the Clever App.
    • You are also using your personal OneNote.

    o Method of Communication: (i.e., Canvas, email, Teams):

    • I will be on my e-mail most of the day.  If you have any questions or need any help, e-mail me and I will do my best to answer your questions.
    • I can set up a Teams video chat to answer any questions face to face if you need me to.

    O Extra optional Enrichment:

    • It’s Women’s History Month in March!
      • Using the Template posted in Your OneNote under the new tab group, Women’s History Month, research a woman in history and create a biographical PPT slide on her. E-mail it to me when you are done.  Try to find someone from 1800-1859 if you can, but that’s not a requirement. 

     

    All Periods, Academic and Advanced (1,2,3,6,7)

    Friday, March 20th

    Hi loves!  I am unplugging today!  You should too!  Enjoy the weather and play around in your yard or in your living room.  Spend 2 hours without your phone (gasp--she must be going crazy!).  I'll be here for you again on Monday!  As always, if you need me reach out!

    P.S.  If you aren't finished with your Core 2 DBQ Charts, Claim, and Counter claim (due Thursday, 3/12) or your Mexicano Contributions (due 3/5), make sure they are done by Tuesday or I'm sending more e-mails.  I heart your faces!

     

    All Periods, Academic and Advanced (1,2,3,6,7)

    Thursday, March 26th

    o Overview: Today you will be learning what people in the 1800’s did for fun.

    o Estimated Time: 30 minutes

    o Explanation:

    • Yesterday, I asked you to let me know how you are doing and asked you about things you are doing at home.  For the next few days, you are going to be learning about what people in the 1800’s did for fun and comparing it to Modern fun.  Today, we will focus on Art using the online textbook and OneNote.

    o Three quick things to know:

    • Reminders:
      • Don’t forget to synch or use the Online Version if you don’t see the page.
      • To get to your online textbook, you need to log in through Clever.
      • I know the textbook is annoying to draw in, so if you want to do the drawings on paper or in Word or OneNote or sketchpad, that is totally fine.  For this topic, I think it is really important that you don’t skip the drawing, so make sure you do it.
      • You are using OneNote to do the second half of this assignment.

    o Tasks:

    • Please log onto your Online Textbook (through the Clever App) and go to Chapter 13, section 4, Early American Art.
    • Please read through the section and complete just the first chart (Two Characteristics and Symbol).
      • Don’t worry about the second chart at all
    • Once you are done, go to your OneNote, to the tab called “1800’s Fun”
      • Click on the page that says “Art”
      • Follow the directions on that page that tell you to look at Contemporary Art and answer questions about if.

    o Links/Activities:

    • You are using the online textbook (www.csbd.org/365) and logging in through the Clever App.
    • You are using your OneNote for the second part of this activity.

    o Method of Communication: (i.e., Canvas, email, Teams):

    • I will be on my e-mail most of the day.  If you have any questions or need any help, e-mail me and I will do my best to answer your questions.
    • I can set up a Teams video chat to answer any questions face to face if you need me to.

    O Extra optional Enrichment:

    • It’s Women’s History Month in March!
      • Using the Template posted in Your OneNote under the new tab group, Women’s History Month, research a woman in history and create a biographical PPT slide on her. E-mail it to me when you are done.  Try to find someone from 1800-1859 if you can, but that’s not a requirement. 

     All Periods, Academic and Advanced (1,2,3,6,7)

    Wednesday, March 25th

    o Overview: Today you will be checking in with me to let me know how you are.

    o Estimated Time: 30 minutes

    o Explanation:

    • I miss you.  I’ve enjoyed being home with my family, but I miss you.  I want to know you you’re doing.  Today, I’m asking you how you are.

    o Three quick things to know:

    • Reminders:
      • It’s okay to be anxious or scared about what it happening around us right now.
      • It’s okay to not be anxious or scared about what is happening around us right now.
      • I miss you and want to know how you are.

    o Tasks:

    • Please go to your Personal OneNote page. Find the page I shared with you called “How are you”.
      • If you don’t see it, try synching your OneNote
      • If you still don’t see it, try going the online version through cbsd.org/365
      • If you still can’t see it, just email me to tell me how you are.
    • There you will find a few questions. Write for about 25 or so minutes.
    • I will go into OneNote to read your responses.

    o Links/Activities:

    • You are using your OneNote for today.

    o Method of Communication: (i.e., Canvas, email, Teams):

    • I will be on my e-mail most of the day.  If you have any questions or need any help, e-mail me and I will do my best to answer your questions.
    • I can set up a Teams video chat to answer any questions face to face if you need me to.

    O Extra optional Enrichment:

    • It’s Women’s History Month in March!
      • Using the Template posted in Your OneNote under the new tab group, Women’s History Month, research a woman in history and create a biographical PPT slide on her. E-mail it to me when you are done.  Try to find someone from 1800-1859 if you can, but that’s not a requirement. 

     

    All Periods, Academic and Advanced (1,2,3,6,7)

    Tuesday, March 24th

    o Overview: Today you will be reviewing geography, since I know you will absolutely love it!

    o Estimated Time: 30 minutes

    o Explanation:

    • We are going to review the original 13 colony locations and where the states are that were created as of 1850.

    o Three quick things to know:

    • Reminders:
      • You are going to take two geography quizzes that are self-graded.
      • You are not going to share the grades with me at all.
      • You should take both quizzes until you get 100% on both.
      • I miss you 😊

    o Tasks:

    • Please click HERE to go to the first quiz on the 13 colonies.
      • This does not count for a grade
      • If you get 100% the first time, e-mail me and share the good news!
      • Retake the quiz until you get 100%
    • You did a geography challenge on Thursday, March 12th, the last day we were in school. Click HERE to take the second quiz on the states of the US as of 1850.
      • This does not count for a grade
      • If you get 100% the first time, e-mail me and share the good news!
      • Retake the quiz until you get 100%

    o Links/Activities:

    o Method of Communication: (i.e., Canvas, email, Teams):

    • I will be on my e-mail most of the day.  If you have any questions or need any help, e-mail me and I will do my best to answer your questions.
    • I can set up a Teams video chat to answer any questions face to face if you need me to.

    O Extra optional Enrichment:

    • It’s Women’s History Month in March!
      • Using the Template posted in Your OneNote under the new tab group, Women’s History Month, research a woman in history and create a biographical PPT slide on her. E-mail it to me when you are done.  Try to find someone from 1800-1859 if you can, but that’s not a requirement. 

     

    All Periods, Academic and Advanced (1,2,3,6,7)

    Monday, March 23rd

    o Overview: Today you will be reviewing the vocab from Chapter 11, 12, and 14.

    o Estimated Time: 30 minutes

    o Explanation:

    • We are going to review the vocab for Chapter 11, 12, and 14.

    o Three quick things to know:

    • Reminders:
      • You are going to review the flashcards you made for Chapter 11, 12, and 14.
      • You are going to use Quizlet to do this
      • Once you have reviewed, you will play a vocab fill-in-the-blank game.

    o Tasks:

    • Please go to the Canvas Module called “Vocab Review DL”.
    • Click on the Intro page and follow the directions
      • You will review your flashcards for Chapter 11, 12, and 14 with Quizlet
      • Once you have reviewed each set for 5 minutes, you will play the Vocab Fill-in-the-blank game until you get 100% correct
        • You may not use your flashcards while playing the game.
      • Advanced Option: Before you look at your flashcards, take the quiz to see what you remember. Record your score somewhere so you can compare it to your score after you review your flashcards. 

    o Links/Activities:

    o Method of Communication: (i.e., Canvas, email, Teams):

    • I will be on my e-mail most of the day.  If you have any questions or need any help, e-mail me and I will do my best to answer your questions.
    • I can set up a Teams video chat to answer any questions face to face if you need me to.

    O Extra optional Enrichment:

    • It’s Women’s History Month in March!
      • Using the Template posted in Your OneNote under the new tab group, Women’s History Month, research a woman in history and create a biographical PPT slide on her. E-mail it to me when you are done.  Try to find someone from 1800-1859 if you can, but that’s not a requirement. 

     

    All Periods, Academic and Advanced (1,2,3,6,7)

    Friday, March 20th

    Hi loves!  I am unplugging today!  You should too!  Enjoy the weather and play around in your yard or in your living room.  Spend 2 hours without your phone (gasp--she must be going crazy!).  I'll be here for you again on Monday!  As always, if you need me reach out!

    All Periods, Academic and Advanced (1,2,3,6,7)

    Thursday, March 19th

    o Overview: Today you will be continuing to enrich your understanding about the differences between life in the North and life in the South.

    o Estimated Time: 30 minutes

    o Explanation:

    • We are going to make sure you understand what you’ve been learning by taking a Canvas Quiz and a drawing on the North and South.

    o Three quick things to know:

    • Reminders:
      • Your Canvas quiz is not graded, it is just to make sure you understand the material.
      • After you take the Canvas Quiz, you will make a drawing of life in the North and South.
      • Be sure to include the information the directions ask for.

    o Tasks:

    • Academic SS, Period 1,3,6:
    • Advanced SS, Period 2,7:
    • Once you are done with that, go to your OneNote, to the page that says, “North vs South”.
    • The directions and information you need to complete this task are on the OneNote page
      • You are creating two drawings, one for the North and one for the South, in which you are representing at least 4 aspects of life in the North and South.

    o Links/Activities:

    o Method of Communication: (i.e., Canvas, email, Teams):

    • I will be on my e-mail most of the day.  If you have any questions or need any help, e-mail me and I will do my best to answer your questions.
    • I can set up a Teams video chat to answer any questions face to face if you need me to.

    O Extra optional Enrichment:

    • It’s Women’s History Month in March!
      • Using the Template posted in Your OneNote under the new tab group, Women’s History Month, research a woman in history and create a biographical PPT slide on her. E-mail it to me when you are done.  Try to find someone from 1800-1859 if you can, but that’s not a requirement. 

     

     

    All Periods, Academic and Advanced (1,2,3,6,7)

    Wednesday, March 18th

    o Overview: Today you will be continuing to enrich your understanding about the differences between life in the North and life in the South.  We have already talked about the Industrial Revolution, the Transportation Revolution, the economy of both the North and South, the geography of the North and South, so now we will enrich your understanding all of those things.  

    o Estimated Time: 30 minutes

    o Explanation:

    • Using the worksheet you started yesterday, please read through Chapter 19, just focusing on the South today.

    o Three quick things to know:

    • Reminders:
      • Use the Worksheet I e-mailed you yesterday and that you started yesterday to write or type in your answers (the online textbook is too complicated).
      • We are just focusing on the South today.
      • Be sure to draw 4 lines off of each oval (4 pieces of information about each section) and do a drawing of that section inside the oval.

    o Tasks:

    • Open the North vs South worksheet that you started yesterday and you saved to your OneDrive.
    • Open TCI, using the Clever App in Office 365, and go to Chapter 19, section 3.
    • Fill in your worksheet (just the Southern side) with 4 pieces of information from each of the 4 sections you are completing today: 19.3, 19.4, 19.7 and 19.8.
    • Be sure to save your work!  No need to submit it to me.  You’re going to use the worksheet to complete tomorrow’s assignment. 

    o Links/Activities:

    • You are using your OneDrive to get the worksheet
    • You are using Word to complete the worksheet
    • You are using TCI to get the information for the worksheet
    • All of the links to these pieces of tech can be found at www.cbsd.org/365.

    o Method of Communication: (i.e., Canvas, email, Teams):

    • I will be on my e-mail most of the day.  If you have any questions or need any help, e-mail me and I will do my best to answer your questions.
    • I can set up a Teams video chat to answer any questions face to face if you need me to.

    O Extra optional Enrichment:

    • It’s Women’s History Month in March!
      • Using the Template posted in Your OneNote under the new tab group, Women’s History Month, research a woman in history and create a biographical PPT slide on her. E-mail it to me when you are done.  Try to find someone from 1800-1859 if you can, but that’s not a requirement. 

     

     

    All Periods, Academic and Advanced (1,2,3,6,7)

    Tuesday, March 17th (Happy St. Patrick’s Day!)

    o Overview: Today you will be enriching your understanding about the differences between life in the North and life in the South.  We have already talked about the Industrial Revolution, the Transportation Revolution, the economy of both the North and South, the geography of the North and South, so now we will enrich your understanding all of those things.  

    o Estimated Time: 30 minutes

    o Explanation:

    • Using the worksheet I e-mailed you, please read through Chapter 19, just focusing on the North today.

    o Three quick things to know:

    • Reminders:
      • Use the Worksheet I e-mailed you to write or type in your answers (the online textbook is too complicated).
      • We are just focusing on the North today
      • Be sure to draw 4 lines off of each oval (4 pieces of information about each section) and do a drawing of that section inside the oval.
    • One additional reminder:
      • Your Core 2 DBQ was originally due on Wednesday.  I am suspending that due date until we are back in school.  With that being said, feel free to type your rought draft in Word and post in in OneNote if you would like.  This is NOT a requirement, but a suggestion of something you can do if you'd like.  

    o Tasks:

    • Open the North vs South worksheet that I e-mailed you and save it to your OneDrive.
    • Open TCI, using the Clever App in Office 365, and go to Chapter 19, section 2.
    • Fill in your worksheet (just the Northern side) with 4 pieces of information from each of the 4 sections you are completing today: 19.2, 19.5, 19.6 and 19.9.
    • Be sure to save your work!

    o Links/Activities:

    • You are using your e-mail to get the worksheet
    • You are using Word to complete the worksheet
    • You are using TCI to get the information for the worksheet
    • All of the links to these pieces of tech can be found at www.cbsd.org/365.

    o Method of Communication: (i.e., Canvas, email, Teams):

    • I will be on my e-mail most of the day.  If you have any questions or need any help, e-mail me and I will do my best to answer your questions.
    • I can set up a Teams video chat to answer any questions face to face if you need me to.

    O Extra optional Enrichment:

    • It’s Women’s History Month in March!
      • Using the Template posted in Your OneNote under the new tab group, Women’s History Month, research a woman in history and create a biographical PPT slide on her. E-mail it to me when you are done.  Try to find someone from 1800-1859 if you can, but that’s not a requirement.