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Daily Agenda 8/27/2018 Walk-In Directions 1. Find a seatYES, you will have a seating chart 2. Fill out the index card with the following information: Bell Work Front of Card of Card Hour/Period First and Last Name: strengths you have Language Arts Home Phone #: Mom and Dad Cell: things you can improve in Language Arts Email Address:

Preferential Seating: Internet Access at home/phone? Back List 2 in List 2 Daily Agenda 8/28/2018 Walk-In Direction s Bell Work Find your seat SILENTLY. Pick up Bell Work paper from the basket. Make sure you are writing on the right date. Write in complete sentences Agenda

1. BW and class share out 2. Interest Inventory 3. Student code of conduct and Class Syllabus In order for this class to be a fun, safe and productive learning environment, what are some classroom expectations that students have to follow? Homewor Classroom Supplies Due Tuesday Sept. 4 Objectives: k Content Objective: I can understand classroom expectations by listing the rules on my BW sheet. Language Objective: I can orally discuss the classroom expectations with my peers using the sentence stem: one classroom expectation students have to follow is Daily Agenda 8/29/2018 Quietly find your seat. Walk-In

Pick up Bell Work paper from the basket. Make sure are writing on the right date. Direction you Write in complete sentences s What do you think it means to Bell have a growth mindset? Work I think Growth Mindset is... Agenda 1. BW and class share out 2. Classroom Syllabus 3. All About Me Project Homewor Classroom Supplies Due Tuesday 9/4 All about me Project Due Wednesday Objectives: k Content Objective: I 9/5 can understand classroom expectations by listing the rules on my BW sheet.

Language Objective: I can orally discuss the classroom expectations with my peers using the sentence stem: one classroom expectation Bell Work 8/30/2018 Quietly find your seat. Walk-In Pick up Bell Work paper from the basket. Make sure are writing on the right date. Direction you Write in complete sentences s Bell Work Write about a time you were successful at accomplishing a task 1. BW and class share out Agenda 2. Work on All About Me Project Homewor k Classroom Supplies Due Tuesday 9/4

All about me Project Due Wednesday 9/5 WORK ON IT AT HOME DURING THE WEEKEND Bell Work Walk-In Direction s Bell Work 9/4/2018 Find your seat. Pick up Bell Work paper from the basket. Make sure you are writing on the right date. Write in complete sentences Question: Copy the sentence and make corrections (there are 4 errors) The angry childish boy yelled where is my mom? Staple your BW sheet in your composition notebook

Agenda 1. BW and class share out 2. Check Supplies 3. Work on Project Homewor k All About Me Project Due Tomorrow! Bell Work 9/5/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Pick up Bell Work paper from the basket. Make sure are writing on the right date. Direction you Write in complete sentences s Bell Work Question: Describe something that you have to do that you

absolutely hate doing. Explain why. Agenda 1. BW and class share out 2. ISN Notebook Set up 3. Volunteer to present projects Homewor Content Objective: I can understand the importance of introducing kmyself to build relationships with my classmates using google slides. Language Objective: I can write to introduce myself to my classmates to build relationships using sentence starters Bell Work 9/6/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Pick up Bell Work paper from the basket. Make sure are writing on the right date. Direction you Write in complete sentences

s Bell Work Question: What would the world be like without the internet? Agenda 1. BW and class share out 2. Short Story/Literary Elements Pre-Test 3. Set up ISN notebook. Homewor NWEA test will be next week! kContent Objective: I can understand short story/literary elements by defining them on pre-test. Language Objective: I can read to answer questions about short story/literary elements by identifying them in short passages (plot, setting, character etc.) Bell Work Walk-In Direction s Bell Work

9/7/2018 Find your seat. Pick up Bell Work paper from the basket. Make sure you are writing on the right date. Write in complete sentences Write the statements and fill in the blanks with the correct story element. 1. The story's time and place is_____________ 2. An individual in a literary work is called___________ 3.Which point of view has a narrator that is outside the story and uses him/ her, she/he, they/their 4. Character versus self is an __________ conflict. 1. BW and class share out Daily Agenda 9/10/2018 Walk-In Direction s Bell Work

Agenda Find your seat. Go to a new page in your BW notebook (composition) Make sure you are writing on the right date. Write in complete sentences Write your BW on a blank page in your composition notebook Bellwork #1 Todays Date Question: Draw and Label the plot diagram. 1. BW and class share out 2. Read In My Feelings Challenge Article 3. Talk to the text 4. Worksheetquestions about article Assignment Name Page #

5 In My Feelings Challenge Article Homewor 6 In My Feelings Challenge Questions k Daily Agenda 9/11/2018 Walk-In Direction s Bell Work Find your seat. Go to a new page in your BW notebook (composition) Make sure you are writing on the right date. Write in complete sentences Agenda Homewor k 1. BW and class share out

Page # 5 6 NO BW NWEA Assignment Name Daily Agenda 9/12/2018 Walk-In Direction s Bell Work Find your seat. Go to a new page in your BW notebook (composition) Make sure you are writing on the right date. Write in complete sentences Agenda 1. BW and class share out

2. NWEA 3. Finish CER NO BW NWEA Homewor k Page # 5 6 Assignment Name Daily Agenda 9/13/2018 Walk-In Direction s Bell Work Find your seat. Begin BW SILENTLY Take out CER questions Agenda

1. BW and class share out 2. In My Feelings Challenge CER Questions HW 3. Introduce Vocabulary for Raymonds Run pg. 38 Bellwork #2 Todays Date Question: How do we effectively work in pairs and in groups? Write down 2 expectations. Homewor Page # Assignment Name k5 In My Feelings Challenge Article 6 In My Feelings Challenge CER Questions Daily Agenda 9/14/2018 Walk-In Direction s

Bell Work Find your seat. Begin BW SILENTLY Agenda 1. BW and class share out 2. Introduce Vocabulary for Raymonds Run pg. 38 Bellwork #3 Question: What do the terms synonym and antonym mean? Homewor Assignment Name kPage # Daily Agenda 9/17/2018 Walk-In Direction s Bell Work Find your seat.

Begin BW SILENTLY Agenda 1. BW and class share out 2. Notes on Plot Diagram 3. Begin Reading Raymonds Run Bellwork #4 Question: What makes a good story? Focus on your favorite books, movies, TV shows, etc. Why do you like them? What makes them appealing to you? (3 sentences) Page # Assignment Name Homewor 7 Notes on Plot Diagram k TOC Set up Page # Assignment Name

1-4 TOC 5 In My Feelings Challenge Article 6 In My Feelings Challenge Questions 7 Notes on Plot Diagram 8 Raymonds Run Double Entry Journal 9 Reading Check Handout 10

Raymonds Run Theme Organizer TOC Set up Page # Assignment Name 11 Identifying Theme Worksheet 12 Argumentative Essay Elements Daily agenda 9/18/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW #5-What is plot? Agenda

1. 2. 3. 4. BW and class share out Finish NWEA Finish Vocabulary Log-homework if not done Plot Elements Passage Homewor Vocabulary Log k # Plot Name Elements Passage Page Assignment 7 Plot Diagram Notes 8 Raymonds Run Double Entry Journal

Daily agenda 9/19/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 6-What are the two types of conflict? Give examples Agenda Page # 1. BW and class share out 2. Read Raymonds Run 3. Fill out Raymonds Run Double Entry Journal Assignment Name Plot Diagram Notes Homewor

8 Raymonds Run Double Entry Journal k 7 Daily agenda 9/21/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 7-What does it mean to have pride or be prideful? What is something that you have great pride in? 1. BW and class share out Agenda 2. Finish up Double Entry Journal 3. Raymonds Run: Reading Check handout+ Page #

Assignment Name Conflict Handout 9 Reading Check Handout Homewor Daily agenda Walk-In Direction s Bell Work 9/24/2018 Find your seat. Begin BW SILENTLY BW # 8- After watching the short video, answer the following questions: 1. List some adjectives that describe

Usain bolt and the other runners: 2. Compare them to Squeaky in Raymonds Run Agenda 1. BW and class share out 2. Short Usain Bolt Clips 3. Raymonds Run: Reading Check Review Homewor Finish Reading Check Test Daily agenda 9/25/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 9- How does Squeaky change after the May Day race?

Agenda 1. BW and class share out 2. Short Plot Videos 3. Continue Raymonds Run: Reading Check Review Homewor Study for Test (Wednesday) k Daily agenda 9/26/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW 10 - Review Silently for 5 minutes Agenda Homewor k

1.Raymonds Run Test Daily agenda 9/27/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 11- What is the difference between plot and theme? Agenda 1.Theme Organizer Notes (Raymonds Run) Homewor Complete Organizer Assignment Name

10 Raymonds Run Theme Organizer k Page # Daily agenda 9/28/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 12- What is one theme from Raymonds Run? Explain. 1.Theme Organizer Notes (Fill the back part Agenda similar to how we completed the front) As you work, I will meet with students individually to discuss test score. Page # Assignment Name Organizer

Homewor Complete 10 Raymonds Run Theme Organizer k Daily agenda 10/02/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 13- What predictions can you make about the ending of Abuela Invents the Zero? BW will be checked Friday Agenda 1. Finish listening to Abuela Invents the Zero 2. Complete Vocab Log

Homewor Complete Vocab Log Daily agenda 10/03/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 14- What is one theme from Abuela Invents the Zero? What is your evidence? BW will be checked Friday 1. Identifying Theme Worksheet Agenda Page # Assignment Name Homewor 11 Identifying Theme Worksheet k

Daily agenda 10/05/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 16- Take a few minutes to complete your story from yesterday BW check today- Have BW book open 1. Presentations of stories Agenda Homewor Study for Test on Daily agenda 10/08/2018 Find your seat.

Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 17- Take a few minutes to review for your test. 1. Test Agenda Homewor k Daily agenda 10/09/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 18- True or False: In formal speaking and writing, an argument is a claim supported by

reasons and evidence. 1. Watch Argumentative Writing Agenda Video 2. Take notes 3. Read Model text: Why Cant I Page # Assignment liveName on French Fries? 12 Argumentative Essay Elements Daily agenda 10/11/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 19- What are the elements of an

argumentative essay? 1. Fill out note-taker as you watch Agenda the Supersize Me Documentary Homewor k Daily agenda 10/12/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 20- Take out planner and be ready to fill out My Learning Plan Agenda

1. Continue Supersize Me Documentary 2. My Learning Plan Daily agenda 10/15/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 21- Grab a Chromebook and headphones. Log onto iLearn. Agenda iLearn (Complete Lesson 2) 1. Daily agenda

10/16/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 22- Watch short YouTube video and write one thought/comment or question. Agenda Homewor k Daily agenda Walk-In Direction s Bell Work 10/17/2018 Find your seat.

Begin BW SILENTLY BW # 23- What is a thesis statement? A single, focused sentence that reveals the argument of an essay. Agenda Homewor k Daily agenda 10/18/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 24- What is the difference between a pro and a con? Pros and

cons are opposite to each other. These are terms which mean for or against. Pros say something in favor of something. Pros can also be seen as things describing the advantages of something and cons as disadvantages. Agenda Homewor 1. Take a few minutes to finish listing your pros and cons 2. Begin Introduction Daily agenda Walk-In Direction s Bell Work Agenda Homewor k 10/19/2018

Find your seat. Begin BW SILENTLY BW # 25- 1. What does the hook do for an essay? 2. How many points are usually mentioned in the thesis statement? Daily agenda 10/22/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 26. What is usually restated in the conclusion part of the essay? Answer: The thesis or the claim Agenda

1. Complete Introduction 2. Begin body paragraphs of essay Daily agenda 10/23/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 27. What should you include in each body paragraph?: Topic Sentence Evidence Reasoning Concluding Sentence Agenda 1. Continue working on body paragraphs of your essay

2. You will be provided with the topic sentences for each body paragraph. Your Daily agenda 10/24/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 28. The third body paragraph in an argumentative essay contains your counterargument. Agenda Homewor 1. Begin and Complete 1st body paragraph Daily agenda

10/25/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 29. List 1 pro and 1 con from the article in regards to athletes refusing to stand for the national anthem. Agenda Homewor k 1. Complete your Conclusion 2. Begin rough draft if finished with outline Daily agenda 10/26/2018 Find your seat.

Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 30. In the introduction, we mention what the ______say (for it), and what the _______ say (against it). Agenda Homewor k 1. Complete rough draft 2. Begin typing rough draft Daily agenda 10/29/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction

s Bell Work BW # 31. Give one example of good feedback and one example of unacceptable feedback. Agenda Homewor k 1. Complete rough draft 2. Begin typing rough draft Daily agenda 10/30/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 32. Grab a Chromebook and continue

working on essay. Agenda Homewor k 1. Complete Essay/Peer Feedback Daily agenda 10/31/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 33. Grab a Chromebook and complete your essay/feedback. Today will be the final day. Agenda Homewor

1. Complete Essay/Peer Feedback Daily agenda 11/1/2018 Find your seat. Walk-In Begin BW SILENTLY Direction s Bell Work BW # 34. BW CHECK TOMORROW 1. 2. 3. 4. What is a thesis? In every paragraph, we provide a topic sentence,______,______, and a ____________. What are the elements of an

argument? What are 4 types of support?

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