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  1. 1. October 6_10_2014
  2. 2. Let’s Get Started… • Everyday Edit Mount Rushmore October EE Edits • Visual of Mount Rushmore Mt. Rushmore NPS OR Smithsonian: Mt Rushmore • Icy-Hot commercial Shaq: Don't Mess Around with Pain • If the faces of the presidents are carved into the side of Mount Rushmore, describe the size of the expectations the country had for each man when he was president. (If you can’t think of a response for this question, don’t worry, just copy the question.)
  3. 3. Turn and talk • How did you describe the expectations the people had for the presidents at the time they were president?
  4. 4. Homework: Probable Passage • Use the word list to write a paragraph or passage. Rules: • Use ALL of the words • Use the words in the same order as they appear on the list. • Underline italicized words. Example Goals Heart Action Important Believe Best Responsibility Opportunities Friends Grew Focus Jokes Hurtful Embarrassed Funny Reputation Leader
  5. 5. Sample passage response Friends are people you should be able to count on. When you are an adult, you might look back and say, “I grew up with them. They were my friends.” Sometimes it’s really hard to focus when we are in school because we’re so busy playing jokes on each other. If a joke backfires, it is hurtful and the prankster might feel embar-rassed even when everyone else thinks the joke or prank is funny. The reputation of a leader is built by setting examples of positive actions. Goals are not instantly achieved; instead, reaching goals requires heart and action. It is important to believe in ourselves—that we can do our best even when there are obstacles in the way. We have to take the responsibility to seek and discover opportunities that will help us reach the positive goals we have set for ourselves.
  6. 6. Main Idea • Use the slideshow from Power Notes 6: Find the Main Idea: It’s the most important point. • After watching this, students will practice finding the main idea in the selection “A Good Reason to Look Up.”
  7. 7. “A Good Reason to Look Up” This passage begins on p. 481 Write the title at the top of your page, fold the page down the middle for Cornell Notes. Write the questions on the left side of the fold line.
  8. 8. Questions in Cornell Note Format 1. What have you learned about the writer at this point? 2. Why do you think O’Neal remembers this specific prank? 3. How did his actions hurt himself? 4. What do we learn about O’Neal’s father? 4. What lessons did his father teach O’Neal? 5. In paragraph 5 what is O’Neal talking about (not himself anymore) 6. Why is the word good written in italics? 6. After reading this passage, why do you think O’Neal is a good leader today? There are 2 #4’s and 2 #6’s. They will match the paragraphs in the passage!
  9. 9. Read silently….
  10. 10. Working with a partner • You have 12 minutes to read the passage on pp. 481-482. • Write answers to the questions at the end of each paragraph. Write these answers on the answer side of your Cornell Note page.
  11. 11. Homework: Due Wednesday In the right half, explain the meaning of this quote: “Fortune favors the prepared mind.” Louis Pasteur In your HW notebook: • Hotdog fold: Answer this question in the left half: 1. What does it mean to set goals?
  12. 12. E-slip • What do Mount Rushmore and Shaquille O’Neal have in common? • This is an open-ended question that requires students to think, imagine and take risks. • Students who are not ready to think, imagine and take risks will write this sentence five times: • I’m not sure what Mt. Rushmore and Shaq O’Neal have in common.
  13. 13. REV It Up • Approximate times to conduct REV Lessons: 9:37, 11:02, 2:37 • Students will participate in REV Lessons.
  14. 14. Rev It Up: Context • If a sound is lilting, it is pleasantly light and musical. • If you show refinement, you act politely and show good taste. • Something that is pedestrian is so common and ordinary that it is not interesting. • When someone or something infuriates you, it makes you extremely angry, even furious.
  15. 15. Tuesday: Reading Inquiry in Library
  16. 16. Write on Wednesday Timed Writing
  17. 17. Let’s Get Started…October EE Edits • Teddy Roosevelt Biography • Teddy Roosevelt and National Parks • Jimmy Carter Bio with video • (If you can’t think of a response for this question, don’t worry, just copy the question.)
  18. 18. Homework: Due Wednesday In the right half, explain the meaning of this quote: “Fortune favors the prepared mind.” Louis Pasteur In your HW notebook: • Hotdog fold: Answer this question in the left half: 1. What does it mean to set goals?
  19. 19. Portfolio Reflections Models Use the three timed writings for responses and reflections. You are analyzing your own skills. On-going: whole year
  20. 20. Writing Territories • What Will I Write About • This is a free write page • Look at the categories across the top and fill in as many spaces as you can.
  21. 21. Baseline Writing: A Benchmark Timed Writing • Turn your desks to face the word wall • Write until time is up.
  22. 22. Timed Writing: Goals and Self Motivation
  23. 23. Thursday IA Test • Let’s Get Started…October EE Edits • Molly Pitcher Molly Pitcher Images
  24. 24. Thursday: Make Connections • Think about the passage “An American Princess” • Write to explain how that passage is connected to the importance of Hollywood and entertainment. • Why did Grace find “life as a princess difficult”? • Describe the Princess Grace Foundation.
  25. 25. Sample responses… It’s connected to Hollywood and entertainment because the passage was talking about a girl who was famous and she became a movie star which is entertaining. “life as a princess” was difficult because she had to learn a new language (French) and give up her career. • Let’s talk about describe: describe means explain with details…as many details as you can find in the passage. Use quotation marks and copy the details into your response. “it’s a foundation where they help young talented kids become successful. The foundation has rewarded over 8.5 million in grants and scholarships to promising performers in theater, dance, and film.”
  26. 26. Rubric for EXIT Slips • A/100 “You get it.” Good comments, good connections. Response makes sense. • B/83 Almost there…something is missing, response is not as easy to read • C/70 Discombobulated…confusing…it’s hard to understand what you are thinking • D/60 Incomplete, missing responses are really obvious. • F/50 No effort…few words for answers or none at all.
  27. 27. IA Thursday______________ • Today’s test is HTMS 7 Goals and Achievements Read each passage carefully. Read the questions carefully. Your score on An American Princess is ________ If your score is MI or Missing, sign up for a make up date/time on the Make Up Page. Test make-up happens on a B day within the next week. Failure to make up a missed test will result in a zero.
  28. 28. Friday: “What’s Really in A Name” • Sputnik Launched: • Space Images: Sputnik Launch • Students will demonstrate understanding of: • The history of names • Pseudonyms
  29. 29. REV It Up • Approximate times to conduct REV Lessons: 9:37, 11:02, 2:37 • Students will participate in REV Lessons.
  30. 30. REV Sentences: Context • A stoic person doesn’t show any emotion, even when bad things happen. • If you repress a feeling, you hold back or keep it inside. • When you act maniacal, you act wild and crazy, like a maniac. • When you do something painstakingly, you do it very slowly and carefully.
  31. 31. • When you are condescending to others, you talk down to them making them feel unimportant or stupid. • If you are contrite, you are very sorry or ashamed.
  32. 32. Rev Pics
  33. 33. Monday: Continue Main Idea • Names/Nombres: • Use slide show from Power Notes 7 Discovering the Main Idea
  34. 34. Point of View

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