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May 5- May 9


Luchik

Day Social Studies Language Arts
Monday BELLWORK: Write down 3 interesting things from the Martin Van Buren video.
READING: As a class we will read background information concerning the causes of the Civil War.
DBQ (Document-Based Questions): Students will act as historians and examine primary & secondary documents to figure out what caused the Civil War. Today's focus is on the differences between the North & South. (Documents 1, 2, 3)

Homework:

•Finish classwork
•Civil War Booklet DUE FRIDAY, MAY 30th.
•MUG Shot Sentence
•Silent reading
•Literature Circles-Ch. 3 of The Lottery Rose

Homework: Read for 15-20 minutes nightly from student-selected reading novel. Students may complete an extra credit book project from the 7-3 choice list by May 23, 2014.
Tuesday BELLWORK: Write down 3 interesting things from the Nat Turner Rebellion video.
DBQ: Students will act as historians and examine primary & secondary documents to figure out what caused the Civil War. Today's focus is on the different view points regarding slavery. (Documents 4, 5, 6, 7)

Homework:

•Finish classwork
•Civil War Booklet DUE FRIDAY, MAY 30th.
•MUG Shot Sentence
•Silent reading
•Literature Circles-Ch. 4 of The Lottery Rose

Homework: Read for 15-20 minutes nightly from student-selected reading novel. Students may complete an extra credit book project from the 7-3 choice list by May 23, 2014.
Wednesday BELLWORK: Write down 3 interesting things from the Fugitive Slave Act video.
DBQ: Students will act as historians and examine primary & secondary documents to figure out what caused the Civil War. Today's focus is on the failure of political compromise. (Documents 8-11)

Homework:

•Finish classwork
•Civil War Booklet DUE FRIDAY, MAY 30th.
•MUG Shot Sentence
•Silent reading
•Literature Circles-Ch. 5 of The Lottery Rose

Homework: Read for 15-20 minutes nightly from student-selected reading novel. Students may complete an extra credit book project from the 7-3 choice list by May 23, 2014.
Thursday BELLWORK: Write down 3 interesting things from the Causes of the Civil War BrainPop video.
EBA: Using the documents they have studies over the past few days, students will answer the question - "What Caused the Civil War?"

Homework:

•Finish classwork
•Civil War Booklet DUE FRIDAY, MAY 30th.
DEA testing for Reading and Math in computer lab. Last one for the school year!
Friday BELLWORK: Write down 3 interesting things from the William Henry Harrison video.
CIVIL WAR BOOKLET: Students will continue to work on their Civil War Booklet. By now students have all the information they need to complete pages 1 - 9.

Homework:

•Finish classwork
•Civil War Booklet DUE FRIDAY, MAY 30th.
•Library checkout-Last one for the school year
•MUG Shot Sentence
•Silent reading


Homework: Read for 15-20 minutes nightly from student-selected reading novel. Students may complete an extra credit book project from the 7-3 choice list by May 23, 2014.
Download file "7-3 project list.pdf"Download file "DocumentNotes.pdf"Download file "Documents1-3.pdf"Download file "Booklet-CivilWar.pdf"Download file "Reading-Background.pdf"Download file "lit. groupsjobs.pdf"

Shoemaker

Day Science Language Arts
Monday Warm up statement
Students receive field trip permission forms (due 5/30)
We will finish reading section 10.2 from the textbook in class today.
Remaining time will be used to answer several assessment questions from the textbook.
Cool down questions
HW = none
Journal Entry = free choice
SSR for 15 minutes
Students are introduced to our next unit: Literature Circles
Small groups will present a brief preview for one of the six book choices.
Presentations includes information about the setting, characters, and plot of the book.
HW = Spelling sentences due Wednesday
Tuesday Warm up statement
Students will be setting up a Ray Diagram template for approximately 15 minutes.
After setting up the template, students will sketch two ray diagrams while following teacher instructions.
Cool down questions
HW = none
1st Period = LIbrary

2nd Period = Lit Circles
Students will form their groups and make a schedule for the upcoming weeks.
Groups will assign themselves certain chapters and roles to complete each day.
HW = Spelling Sentences due tomorrow
Wednesday Warm up statement
We will continue sketching ray diagrams for lenses today in class.
Students will learn how light behaves differently as is passes through concave vs. convex lenses.
The description of the image formed is based upon its orientation and size.
Cool down questions
HW = finish ray diagram worksheet
Students will be taking their oral spelling test today after they are given 10 minutes to prepare.
Week 22 spelling lists will be distributed to all students.
After the spelling test, Lit Circles will form to begin reading their novels.
Groups members will rotate roles each day during this unit.
HW = none
Thursday Warm up statement
Students will turn in their completed ray diagram worksheet.
Today in class, students will be reading section 10.3 from their science textbooks.
As we read the section together, students will write down the definition to important vocabulary terms and answer assessment questions in small groups.
Cool down questions
HW = none
DEA Testing = Reading
(Periods 1 & 2)
Friday Warm up statement
Students will be viewing a light video today in class.
Notes will be taken during the video and shared after its completion.
In small groups, students will be working together to complete the video assessment worksheet.
Cool down questions
HW = none
Journal Entry = first impressions of their novel.
Lit Circle groups will form and complete their assigned tasks for the day in terms of chapters to read and student roles to fulfill.
We will continue this process next Tuesday after our last session of DEA testing.

Tess

Up-to-date plans can also be found at http://planbook.com/student?t=954648&k=KTessTigers
For more information, visit our class website at http://bit.ly/mrstessswebsite
Day Math I Math Language Arts
Monday Taking Notes on Statistics:

http://bit.ly/1iJYrQY

Homework: Presentation on Teacher Report Due Friday
Pg 266 (2 – 14 evens)

Pg 266 (16, 18, 25, 26, 30, 31)
Lit Circles

Learning Goal: I can use reading strategies to understand and communicate the plot and moral of my novel.

I can use collaborative techniques to help my team produce our best work!

Essential Question: What can stories teach us about life and human nature.

Agenda:
Warm-up: Story prompt on boar
Lesson: Group Reading/Project Completion

Check for Understanding: Edmodo update (Project Due 5/30)
Tuesday Taking Notes on Statistics:

http://bit.ly/1iJYrQY

Homework: Presentation on Teacher Report Due Friday
Pg 266 (2 – 14 evens)

Pg 266 (16, 18, 25, 26, 30, 31)
Lit Circles

Learning Goal: I can use reading strategies to understand and communicate the plot and moral of my novel.

I can use collaborative techniques to help my team produce our best work!

Essential Question: What can stories teach us about life and human nature.

Agenda:
Warm-up: Story prompt on boar
Lesson: Group Reading/Project Completion

Check for Understanding: Edmodo update (Project Due 5/30)
Wednesday Statistics Quiz 1 Quiz Sub Day
Ten Marks or Front Row
Lit Circles

Learning Goal: I can use reading strategies to understand and communicate the plot and moral of my novel.

I can use collaborative techniques to help my team produce our best work!

Essential Question: What can stories teach us about life and human nature.

Agenda:
Warm-up: Story prompt on boar
Lesson: Group Reading/Project Completion

Check for Understanding: Edmodo update (Project Due 5/30)
Thursday Statistics Quiz 1 Quiz Sub Day
Ten Marks or Front Row
Lit Circles

Learning Goal: I can use reading strategies to understand and communicate the plot and moral of my novel.

I can use collaborative techniques to help my team produce our best work!

Essential Question: What can stories teach us about life and human nature.

Agenda:
Warm-up: Story prompt on boar
Lesson: Group Reading/Project Completion

Check for Understanding: Edmodo update (Project Due 5/30)
Friday Presentations Pg 272 (2 – 16 evens) Lit Circles

Learning Goal: I can use reading strategies to understand and communicate the plot and moral of my novel.

I can use collaborative techniques to help my team produce our best work!

Essential Question: What can stories teach us about life and human nature.

Agenda:
Warm-up: Story prompt on boar
Lesson: Group Reading/Project Completion

Check for Understanding: Edmodo update (Project Due 5/30)

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