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SOCIAL STUDIES ELA SOCIAL STUDIES Monday – Thursday 1/27-1/31: I can locate, analyze, and synthesize information to construct a Canada Scrapbook Mon-Tues: Finish Read/Responds; Complete “write-ups” for each scrapbook page; begin constructing scrapbooks Wed-Friday: Construct, Construct, Construct **SCRAPBOOKS DUE: MONDAY 2/3 AT THE END OF THE PERIOD **AUSTRALIA AND CANADA FINAL – NEXT WEEK – THURSDAY 6, 2010 – STUDY GUIDE COMING! Canada Scrapbook Project 2020 Blog Read and Respond-Canada 2020 (1) ELA Monday – Friday 1/27 – 1/31: I can describe how characters respond as the plot moves Read “Flipped” chapters 8 – 11 “Flipped” reading comprehension packet: “Get a Grip, Man” and “Looming Large and Smelly” – Journal Entries **”FLIPPED”QUIZ – FRIDAY 31, 2020 SOCIAL STUDIES Monday 1/20 – NO SCHOOL MLK DAY! Tuesday 1/21: I can locate physical features and provinces if Canada in order to construct a physical and a political map of Canada. Turn in Australia Scrapbooks – -5pts.- One day late! Students will label, color, and create a map key for physical featres and provinces of Canad. HOMEWORK – FINISH COLORNG CANADA MAP. 1/ 22 – 1/16 Wednesday – Friday: I can analyze secondary documents to construct a scrapbook that explains and describes Canada’sgeography, location, climate, natural resurces, population distribution, history, government, and economy. Students complete Read/Respond packet Students work with partners to construct an Canada Scrapbook 1/17 Friday: I can gather relevant information from multimedia about the Canada SOCIAL STUDIES 1/ 13 – 1/16 Monday – Thursday: I can analyze secondary documents to construct a scrapbook that explains and describes Australia’s geography, location, climate, natural resurces, population distribution, history, government, and economy. Students complete Read/Respond packet Students work with partners to construct an Australia Scrapbook 1/17 Friday: I can gather relevant information from multimedia about the history of Australia’s indigenous people Students will watch avideo on the impact of English colonization on the indigenous peoples. ELA 1/ 13 – 1/16 Monday – Friday: Students will continue reading chapters of the class novel: “Flipped.” Students will practice conventions Students will complete reading comprehension activities for the following chapters: “Brawk, Brawk, Brawk” and “The Eggs” Comparative and Superlative The next stop on our journey is Australia. We begin with constructing political and physical maps of Australia. Next, we complete a Read/Respond to cover all domains for Australia: Georgraphy, Climate, Location, Population Distribution, History, Goverenment, and Economy. We culminate with a Scrapbook of Australia to present all of the information learned. ***Please bring in items to decorate your scrapbooks! **This is a short unit (approximately 2 weeks), so it is imperative that all students use their time WISELY and keep up with all assignments** 1/6 Monday: I can construct a political and physical map of Australia. Political: Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth Physical: Uluru/Ayers Rock, Great Dividing Range, Great Victoria Desert, Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Great Barrier Reef, Coral Sea KW Chart: complete “K” & “W” columns (Know, Want to Know) about Australia. Then Students will watch an introduction to Australia video and finish the “L” column (what they learned). Construct a political and physical map: label, color, compass rose **HOMEWORK: FINISH MAPS MAPS QUIZ ON FRIDAY!!! 1/7 Tuesday: I can read a text to examine and explain the climate, location, natural resources, and population distribution of Australa. Map Review Game Read/Respond: “Geography of Australia” & “Climate, Location, Natural Resources” 1/8-1/9 Wednenesday-Thursday: I can read a text to examine and explain how European colonization impacted Australia Map Review Game Read/Respond: “History of Australia,” “Government of Australia,” and “Economy of Australia” Introduce Scrapebook Project – Due Date TBA ***STUDENTS MAY NOT MOVE ON TO THE SCRAPEBOOK UNTIL THEY HAVE COMPLETED THE ENTIRE READ/RESPOND PACKET, AND IT HAS BEEN CHECKED BY TEACHER!*** 1/10 Friday: I can summarize all the information about Australia’s geography, history, government, and economy in a scrapbook. 1/6 Monday: I can complete an anticipation guide to examine my feelings/beliefs about some of the motifs and themes of the novel Flipped. Warm-Up: Conventions/Grammar Anticipation Guide and Class Discuussion **Remember, we must respect everyone’s right to have different opinions and points of view. We do not judge, we listen, we respond with respectfully, and sometimes agree to disagree. 1/7 – 1/8 Tuesday/Wednesday: I can describe how a particular story’s or drama’s plot unfolds in a series of episodes as well as how the characters respond or change as the plot moves towards a resolution. Wam-Up: Conventions Read Aloud Chapters 1-2 Complete response questions 1/9 – 1/10 Thursday/Friday: I can create a “Talking Head” to analyze and describe character traits in “Flipped” Warm-Up: Conventions “Talking Head” project SOCIAL STUDIES Monday 12/16 – Tuesday 12/17: I can complete my economics flip book with all of the 6th grade economics standards Economic Flip Book – Trade, Trade Barriers, Economic Systems, Factors of Production, European Union Review economic terms for Wednesday’s quiz -Study Guide HOMEWORK: STUDY FOR QUIZ – STUDY GUIDE DOWNLOAD STUDY GUIDE ANSWERS:economics vocabulary review Wednesday 12/18: ECONOMICS QUIZ Thursday 12/19 – Partial Day! Geography Bee Try Outs! Friday 12/19 Recovery Assigments Day Jingle Jam! ELA Monday – Thursday 12/16 – 12/19 This is the last few days of our Grammar/Reading Comprehension Bootcamp Friday 12/20 Recovery Assignments Day We are close to leaving Europe – for the next two weeks, we will cover the economic systems of Europe. Just like government, economics is laden with unfamiliar terms; thus it is imperative for students to keep up with all assignments as we move along. Monday 9: Ican preview important economic vocabulary words Economic Vocabulary Turn Table Tuesday 10: I can analyze a document to answer text dependent question about Economics Economis Read/Respond DUE THURSDAY 12/12 Wednesday 11: I can expain how the four economic systems answer the economic questions Economic Questions: What to produce? How to Produce? For Whom to product? Assemble Economic Flip Books Complete pg.3 Economic Systems ***DUE THURSDAY: ECONOMICS VOCABULARY TURN TABLE WORKSHEET, ECONOMICS READ/RESPOND Thursday12: I can explain the four factors of economic growth and how the impact a country’s economy. DOWNLOAD STEAM MAPS: Steam 6th Blog Construct Europe Economic Continuum Complete Factors of Economic Growth – Flip Book Friday 13: I can describe the characteristics of various trade barriers and explain how they impact a country’s economy. Complete Trade Barriers – Flip Book Download Economic Flip Book Notes: Economics Flip Book Blog WELCOME BACK! I HOPE EVERYONE HAD A RESTFUL BREAK We now embark on the Government and Economics Standards for Europe. This unit is often very daunting to new 6th graders because many of the terms and concepts are totally unfamiliar to them. It is imperative that you encourage your students to keep up with each and every activitiy for this unit – I promise it will make it much easier to comprehend. SOCIAL STUDIES Monday 11/19 Last day to work on Choice Board Project in class – Final product due at the end of each period Quizziz History of Europe Review – joinquizzizz – 515979 Tuesday 11/19 History of Europe Study Guide Unit-2-Europe-Study-Guide KEY Wednesday 11/20 Review Game for Unit 2 Test – History of Europe Jeopardy PPT game for WWI, WWII, Holocaust, Cold War1 Thursday11/21 Unit 2 Test – History of Europe ELA Monday 11/18 Last day to type short stories Due Today: Brain Storm Organizer, Revised Draft/Checklist, Final Draft Short Story Tuesday 11/19 Unit 1 Test Independent Reading Wednesday 11/20 Media Center – Check Out and Survey Thursday 11/21 Student sample Short Story Analysis (Exemplary, On Level, Below Level) Internal and External Conflicts – Examine clips from the Disney movie Up and identify internal and external conflicts SOCIAL STUDIES Monday 11/11: I can explain the events leading to the end of the Cold War End of Cold War Power Notes **Double Bubble/Poster Project Due Today Tuesday 11/12: I can analyze a text to respond to text-dependent questions about the Holocaust, Super Powers, Division of Germany, Cold War, Collapse of the Soviet Union, German Reunification. Finish Power Notes Read -n-Respond HOMEWORK: FINISH READ -N-RESPOND DUE TOMORROW! Read and Respond-Post WWIIBlog Wednesday-Thursday 11/13-11/14: I can can use context clues and reference materials to define content related vocabulary Vocabulary Strips Project Friday 11/14L *Today we began our last project for the history of Europe. This is a student centered facilitates the acquisition of a deeper knowlege through active exploration and learning. The guidelines as well as the rubric can be found attached. Students were tasked to finish one activity today in class. We will have ONE more day to work in class (Monday); the completed project is due at the beginning of class on Tuesday, 19. This is a “summative project grade. HOMEWORK: FINISH ONE OF THE THREE CHOICE BOARD OPTIONS – FINISH TWO IF YOU DID NOT FINISH ONE IN CLASS! *Hoy comenzamos nuestro último proyecto para la historia de Europa. Este es un centro centrado en el alumno que facilita la adquisición de un conocimiento más profundo a través de la exploración y el aprendizaje activos. Las pautas y la rúbrica se encuentran adjuntas. Los estudiantes tuvieron la tarea de terminar una actividad hoy en clase. Tendremos UN día más para trabajar en clase (lunes); el proyecto completado debe entregarse al comienzo de la clase el martes, 19. Esta es una “calificación sumativa del proyecto”. TAREA: ACABA UNA DE LAS TRES OPCIONES DEL TABLERO DE ELECCIÓN – ¡ACABE DOS SI NO ACABÓ UNA EN SU CLASE! *Hoje começamos nosso último projeto para a história da Europa. Este é um aluno centrado que facilita a aquisição de um conhecimento mais profundo por meio da exploração e aprendizado ativos. As diretrizes e a rubrica podem ser encontradas em anexo. Os alunos tiveram a tarefa de terminar uma atividade hoje em sala de aula. Teremos mais um dia para trabalhar em sala de aula (segunda-feira); o projeto concluído está previsto para o início das aulas na terça-feira, 19. Este é um “resumo do projeto”. TRABALHO DE CASA: ACABE COM UMA DAS TRÊS OPÇÕES DE ESCOLHA DA ESCOLHA – ACABE COM DUAS Se você não terminou uma na classe! Over the next week, you will be working on our next big writing project – writing a short story. This short story will be a test grade (just like your personal narrative). It is your responsibility to keep up with the graphic organizers we will use in class to go through the writing process. Most of the work will be done in class, so please use your time wisely!! You will turn in: all your graphic organizers and your rough draft onThursday, November 14 You will type your short story onFRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15&MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18

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SOCIAL STUDIES

Monday – Tuesday 2/3 & 2/4: I can synthesize information learned about Canada to construct a Canada scrapbook

  • Canada scrapbooks were originally due on Monday; however, the due date has been extended to Tuesday 2/4.
  • On Tuesday, students will begin working on the study guides for the Australia/Canada Final Exam to be given Friday= 2/7.
  • HOMEWORK: FINISH STUDY GUIDE
  • DOWNLOAD STUDY GUIDE: CANADA AND AUSTRALIA STUDY GUIDE
  • Joinmyquiz.com and enter this code: 526454

Wednesday 2/5: I can demonstrate my comprehension of Australia’s and Canada’s maps, geography, climate, location, natural resources, population distribution, history, government, and economy.

  • Class goes over study guide
  • Review Game

Thursday 2/6: I can demonstrate my comprehension of Australia’s and Canada’s maps, geography, climate, location, natural resources, population distribution, history, government, and economy.

  • Quizizz Review
  • Family Feud Review game
  • STUDY FOR TEST TOMORROW!!
  • HOMEWORK: QUIZIZZ TEST REVIEW log in: 035230

Friday 2/7: I can demonstrate my comprehension of Australia’s and Canada’s maps, geography, climate, location, natural resources, population distribution, history, government, and economy.

  • Australia/Canada Quiz
  • Rabbit Proof Fence – View and Response

ELA

Students will spend the week finishing up the class novel – “Flipped.” They are also expected to finish their Flipped Comprehension Packet.

***Flipped Novel Test- Tentatively Monday 10th.

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SOCIAL STUDIES

Monday – Thursday 1/27-1/31: I can locate, analyze, and synthesize information to construct a Canada Scrapbook

  • Mon-Tues: Finish Read/Responds; Complete “write-ups” for each scrapbook page; begin constructing scrapbooks

  • Wed-Friday: Construct, Construct, Construct

**SCRAPBOOKS DUE: MONDAY 2/3 AT THE END OF THE PERIOD

**AUSTRALIA AND CANADA FINAL – NEXT WEEK – THURSDAY 6, 2010 – STUDY GUIDE COMING!

Canada Scrapbook Project 2020 Blog

Read and Respond-Canada 2020 (1)

ELA

Monday – Friday 1/27 – 1/31: I can describe how characters respond as the plot moves

  • Read “Flipped” chapters 8 – 11

  • “Flipped” reading comprehension packet: “Get a Grip, Man” and “Looming Large and Smelly” – Journal Entries

**”FLIPPED”QUIZ – FRIDAY 31, 2020

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SOCIAL STUDIES

Monday 1/20 – NO SCHOOL MLK DAY!

Tuesday 1/21: I can locate physical features and provinces if Canada in order to construct a physical and a political map of Canada.

  • Turn in Australia Scrapbooks – -5pts.- One day late!

  • Students will label, color, and create a map key for physical featres and provinces of Canad.

  • HOMEWORK – FINISH COLORNG CANADA MAP.

1/ 22 – 1/16 Wednesday – Friday: I can analyze secondary documents to construct a scrapbook that explains and describes Canada’sgeography, location, climate, natural resurces, population distribution, history, government, and economy.

    • Students complete Read/Respond packet

    • Students work with partners to construct an Canada Scrapbook

1/17 Friday: I can gather relevant information from multimedia about the Canada

ELA

Posted on January 14, 2020 by laurelton20

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SOCIAL STUDIES

1/ 13 – 1/16 Monday – Thursday: I can analyze secondary documents to construct a scrapbook that explains and describes Australia’s geography, location, climate, natural resurces, population distribution, history, government, and economy.

  • Students complete Read/Respond packet

  • Students work with partners to construct an Australia Scrapbook

  • SCRAPBOOK PROJECT AND RUBRIC BLOG

1/17 Friday: I can gather relevant information from multimedia about the history of Australia’s indigenous people

  • Students will watch avideo on the impact of English colonization on the indigenous peoples.

ELA

1/ 13 – 1/16 Monday – Friday: Students will continue reading chapters of the class novel: “Flipped.”

  • Students will practice conventions

  • Students will complete reading comprehension activities for the following chapters: “Brawk, Brawk, Brawk” and “The Eggs”

  • Comparative and Superlative

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The next stop on our journey is Australia. We begin with constructing political and physical maps of Australia. Next, we complete a Read/Respond to cover all domains for Australia: Georgraphy, Climate, Location, Population Distribution, History, Goverenment, and Economy. We culminate with a Scrapbook of Australia to present all of the information learned. ***Please bring in items to decorate your scrapbooks!

**This is a short unit (approximately 2 weeks), so it is imperative that all students use their time WISELY and keep up with all assignments**

1/6 Monday: I can construct a political and physical map of Australia.

Political: Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth

Physical: Uluru/Ayers Rock, Great Dividing Range, Great Victoria Desert, Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Great Barrier Reef, Coral Sea

  • KW Chart: complete “K” & “W” columns (Know, Want to Know) about Australia. Then Students will watch an introduction to Australia video and finish the “L” column (what they learned).

  • Construct a political and physical map: label, color, compass rose

**HOMEWORK: FINISH MAPS

MAPS QUIZ ON FRIDAY!!!

1/7 Tuesday: I can read a text to examine and explain the climate, location, natural resources, and population distribution of Australa.

  • Map Review Game

  • Read/Respond: “Geography of Australia” & “Climate, Location, Natural Resources”

  • HOMEWORK: FINISH THE “LOCATION, CLIMATE, NATURAL RESOURCES” SECTION OF READ/RESPOND. REMEMBER HOW WE DID THEM IN CLASS!

1/8-1/9 Wednenesday-Thursday: I can read a text to examine and explain how European colonization impacted Australia

  • Map Review Game

  • Read/Respond: “History of Australia,” “Government of Australia,” and “Economy of Australia”

  • Introduce Scrapebook Project – Due Date TBA

  • **HOMEWORK: FINISH THE REMAINING SECTIONS OF THE READ/RESPOND.
  • ***STUDENTS MAY NOT MOVE ON TO THE SCRAPEBOOK UNTIL THEY HAVE COMPLETED THE ENTIRE READ/RESPOND PACKET, AND IT HAS BEEN CHECKED BY TEACHER!***

1/10 Friday: I can summarize all the information about Australia’s geography, history, government, and economy in a scrapbook.

  • Official beginning of Australia Scrapbook
  • ____________________________________________________________________________

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1/6 Monday: I can complete an anticipation guide to examine my feelings/beliefs about some of the motifs and themes of the novel Flipped.

  • Warm-Up: Conventions/Grammar

  • Anticipation Guide and Class Discuussion

  • **Remember, we must respect everyone’s right to have different opinions and points of view. We do not judge, we listen, we respond with respectfully, and sometimes agree to disagree.

1/7 – 1/8 Tuesday/Wednesday: I can describe how a particular story’s or drama’s plot unfolds in a series of episodes as well as how the characters respond or change as the plot moves towards a resolution.

  • Wam-Up: Conventions

  • Read Aloud Chapters 1-2

  • Complete response questions

1/9 – 1/10 Thursday/Friday: I can create a “Talking Head” to analyze and describe character traits in “Flipped”

  • Warm-Up: Conventions

  • “Talking Head” project

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SOCIAL STUDIES

Monday 12/16 – Tuesday 12/17: I can complete my economics flip book with all of the 6th grade economics standards

  • Economic Flip Book – Trade, Trade Barriers, Economic Systems, Factors of Production, European Union

  • Review economic terms for Wednesday’s quiz -Study Guide

  • HOMEWORK: STUDY FOR QUIZ – STUDY GUIDE

  • DOWNLOAD STUDY GUIDE ANSWERS:economics vocabulary review

Wednesday 12/18: ECONOMICS QUIZ

Thursday 12/19 – Partial Day!

  • Geography Bee Try Outs!

Friday 12/19

  • Recovery Assigments Day

  • Jingle Jam!

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ELA

Monday – Thursday 12/16 – 12/19

  • This is the last few days of our Grammar/Reading Comprehension Bootcamp

Friday 12/20

  • Recovery Assignments Day

Posted on December 11, 2019 by laurelton20

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We are close to leaving Europe – for the next two weeks, we will cover the economic systems of Europe. Just like government, economics is laden with unfamiliar terms; thus it is imperative for students to keep up with all assignments as we move along.

Monday 9: Ican preview important economic vocabulary words

  • Economic Vocabulary Turn Table

Tuesday 10: I can analyze a document to answer text dependent question about Economics

  • Economis Read/Respond

  • DUE THURSDAY 12/12

Wednesday 11: I can expain how the four economic systems answer the economic questions

  • Economic Questions: What to produce? How to Produce? For Whom to product?

  • Assemble Economic Flip Books

  • Complete pg.3 Economic Systems

***DUE THURSDAY: ECONOMICS VOCABULARY TURN TABLE WORKSHEET, ECONOMICS READ/RESPOND

Thursday12: I can explain the four factors of economic growth and how the impact a country’s economy.

DOWNLOAD STEAM MAPS: Steam 6th Blog

  • Construct Europe Economic Continuum

  • Complete Factors of Economic Growth – Flip Book

Friday 13: I can describe the characteristics of various trade barriers and explain how they impact a country’s economy.

  • Complete Trade Barriers – Flip Book

  • Download Economic Flip Book Notes: Economics Flip Book Blog

Posted on December 2, 2019 by laurelton20

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WELCOME BACK! I HOPE EVERYONE HAD A RESTFUL BREAK

We now embark on the Government and Economics Standards for Europe. This unit is often very daunting to new 6th graders because many of the terms and concepts are totally unfamiliar to them. It is imperative that you encourage your students to keep up with each and every activitiy for this unit – I promise it will make it much easier to comprehend.

GOVERNMENT:

Monday 12/2: I can explain citizen participation in autocratic and democratic govrenments.

  • Daily Warm-Up
  • Constructed Response: What is your definition of government? Do you think we need government? Explain and support your answer
  • Tree Map Notes – Characteristics of Autocratic and Democratic forms of government
  • “Quick Check” – 4 questions to assess comprehension

Tuesday 12/3: I can explain the characteristics of a Presidential Democracy and a Parliamentary Democracy.

  • Power NOtes
  • Prove It!

Wednesday 12/4: I can compare and contrast the governments of the UK, Germany, Russia.

  • complete governments comparison chart

Thursday 12/5: I can understand and identify autocrtic and democratic forms of governments

  • finish comparison chart
  • Quiz review

DOWNLOAD: EUROPE GOVERNMENT QUIZ REVIEW BLOG

PLEASE DOWNLOAD: TWO TYPES OF DEMOCRACY BLOG

PLEASE DOWNLOAD: PROVE IT BLOG

PLEASE DOWNLOAD: TWO TYPES OF DEMOCRACY BLOG

PLEASE DOWNLOAD: Governments of the UK, Germany, and

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Greetings! Before we begin our novel study, we will be going over some of the convention standards for 6th grade ELA. This week will be called “Grammar BootCamp.” Credit for this moniker goes to Mrs. Stanhope!

Students will analyze some of our short stories to demonstrate the command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage in writing.

Posted on November 19, 2019 by laurelton20

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SOCIAL STUDIES

Monday 11/19

  • Last day to work on Choice Board Project in class – Final product due at the end of each period

  • Quizziz History of Europe Review – joinquizzizz – 515979

Tuesday 11/19

  • History of Europe Study Guide

  • Unit-2-Europe-Study-Guide KEY

Wednesday 11/20

  • Review Game for Unit 2 Test – History of Europe

  • Jeopardy PPT game for WWI, WWII, Holocaust, Cold War1

  • JOINQUIZZIZ – 515979

Thursday11/21

  • Unit 2 Test – History of Europe

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ELA

Monday 11/18

  • Last day to type short stories

  • Due Today: Brain Storm Organizer, Revised Draft/Checklist, Final Draft Short Story

Tuesday 11/19

  • Unit 1 Test

  • Independent Reading

Wednesday 11/20

  • Media Center – Check Out and Survey

Thursday 11/21

  • Student sample Short Story Analysis (Exemplary, On Level, Below Level)

  • Internal and External Conflicts – Examine clips from the Disney movie Up and identify internal and external conflicts

Posted on November 12, 2019 by laurelton20

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SOCIAL STUDIES

Monday 11/11: I can explain the events leading to the end of the Cold War

  • End of Cold War Power Notes

  • **Double Bubble/Poster Project Due Today

Tuesday 11/12: I can analyze a text to respond to text-dependent questions about the Holocaust, Super Powers, Division of Germany, Cold War, Collapse of the Soviet Union, German Reunification.

  • Finish Power Notes

  • Read -n-Respond

  • HOMEWORK: FINISH READ -N-RESPOND DUE TOMORROW!

  • Read and Respond-Post WWIIBlog

Wednesday-Thursday 11/13-11/14: I can can use context clues and reference materials to define content related vocabulary

  • Vocabulary Strips Project

Friday 11/14L

*Today we began our last project for the history of Europe. This is a student centered facilitates the acquisition of a deeper knowlege through active exploration and learning. The guidelines as well as the rubric can be found attached. Students were tasked to finish one activity today in class. We will have ONE more day to work in class (Monday); the completed project is due at the beginning of class on Tuesday, 19. This is a “summative project grade.

HOMEWORK: FINISH ONE OF THE THREE CHOICE BOARD OPTIONS – FINISH TWO IF YOU DID NOT FINISH ONE IN CLASS!

*Hoy comenzamos nuestro último proyecto para la historia de Europa. Este es un centro centrado en el alumno que facilita la adquisición de un conocimiento más profundo a través de la exploración y el aprendizaje activos. Las pautas y la rúbrica se encuentran adjuntas. Los estudiantes tuvieron la tarea de terminar una actividad hoy en clase. Tendremos UN día más para trabajar en clase (lunes); el proyecto completado debe entregarse al comienzo de la clase el martes, 19. Esta es una “calificación sumativa del proyecto”. TAREA:

ACABA UNA DE LAS TRES OPCIONES DEL TABLERO DE ELECCIÓN – ¡ACABE DOS SI NO ACABÓ UNA EN SU CLASE!

*Hoje começamos nosso último projeto para a história da Europa. Este é um aluno centrado que facilita a aquisição de um conhecimento mais profundo por meio da exploração e aprendizado ativos. As diretrizes e a rubrica podem ser encontradas em anexo. Os alunos tiveram a tarefa de terminar uma atividade hoje em sala de aula. Teremos mais um dia para trabalhar em sala de aula (segunda-feira); o projeto concluído está previsto para o início das aulas na terça-feira, 19. Este é um “resumo do projeto”. TRABALHO DE CASA: ACABE COM UMA DAS TRÊS OPÇÕES DE ESCOLHA DA ESCOLHA – ACABE COM DUAS Se você não terminou uma na classe!

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Over the next week, you will be working on our next big writing project – writing a short story. This short story will be a test grade (just like your personal narrative). It is your responsibility to keep up with the graphic organizers we will use in class to go through the writing process. Most of the work will be done in class, so please use your time wisely!!

*Mini-Lessons: Mood, Tone, Dialogue Review, Compound/Complex Sentence Review/Figurative Language Review

You will turn in:

  • all your graphic organizers and your rough draft onThursday, November 14

  • You will type your short story onFRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15&MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18

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