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Title: Welcome to Language Arts/Reading with Gloria Lewis Sharil Smith


1
Welcome to Language
Arts/Reading with Gloria Lewis
Sharil Smith
8-1-2
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Success happens when preparation meets
opportunity.
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Supplies for Lang. Arts/ Reading
  • Cooper Notebook
  • 3 hole spiral notebook
  • loose leaf paper dividers with pockets
  • 3 folders with pockets
  • blue/black ink pens
  • colored ink pens for revisions
  • Highlighters -Tissues - REC FLASHDRIVE
  • All students are required to wear the Cooper
  • Uniform.

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Uniforms
  • Khaki pants or skirts
  • Polo shirts blue black or white
  • Shoes no open toes

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Language Arts Agenda August 05, 2010
  • Class Quote
  • EQ What is language arts?
  • Classroom Procedures
  • Watch or listen to World News Nightly on channel
    ABC.
  • Turn in summer reading to
  • class drawer.
  • Review syllabus
  • HW get syllabus signed

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Language arts August 6th
  • Pass your signed syllabus up to your row leader.
  • Did you watch World News tonight?
  • EQ How do I demonstrate the writing process?
  • Instructional focus Baseline Essay
  • Have a safe and blessed weekend.

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Baseline Choice 1
  • Some people argue that television has had a
    negative influence on society. What do you think
    about the impact of television on teenagers and
    people in general? Explain your point of view.

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Baseline Choice 2
  • What type of music do you like to listen to and
    why? Describe the type of music. How has your
    taste in music changed over the years? Explain
    and be sure to make real world connections.

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Baseline Choice 3
  • Who do you admire and why? Describe this person
    and explain why you admire this person. What
    influence has this person had in your life?

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Agenda-August 9, 2010
  • Turn in Baseline essays include brainstorm,
    outline, draft, and final.
  • Warm up- DRP Week 1- Mon./Tues
  • EQ What are the different types of genres?
  • Issue textbooks Readers Journey
  • Lesson1-11-Identify themes in a literary work
  • Readers Journey-pg.62-65

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Genres
  • Biographies
  • Drama
  • Fairytales
  • Folklore
  • Legends
  • Plays
  • Fables
  • Fiction
  • Non-Fiction
  • Poetry

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Agenda-August 10, 2010
  • Warm Up-DRP Week 1-Wed/Thur.
  • What types of books do you like to read?
  • Diagnostic Test(3rd period only)
  • Check and Discuss Hw. Pgs. 62-65
  • Essential Question-What are the characteristics
    of the different types of genres? What is theme
    in literature?
  • Readers Journey- pgs. 74-87

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Literacy
  • Welcome to literacy with Ms. Lewis
  • Goal The goal is for all of us to become avid
    readers, to enjoy reading a variety of genres.
  • What book did you choose and why?
  • Take the Readers Survey?

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  • Think of a person in your life who wants the best
    for you. In what ways do they support you? In
    what ways does their support help you? Does their
    support may make things harder for you? Explain
    and describe your relationship . Be sure to
    demonstrate the writing process.

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Lang. arts August 11
  • Good Morning
  • Reading Log
  • EQ What is my lexile?
  • Warm-up DRP(Friday)
  • Go to the Media Center to select a book
    Historical fiction on biography.

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Thurs. Aug 12
  • Turn in DRP
  • Warm-up Quick-Write
  • EQ What are the standards for 8th Narrative and
    expository reading and writing?
  • What do I need to know and be able to do?
  • Review the standards then write 15, I can
    statements.
  • Example. I can identify the theme in literature.
    I can write a well-developed introduction
  • HW watch World NEWS, Read for 25 mins.

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Quick- write August 12,
  • You can not change the past, but you can change
    the future. Respond by making connections,
    giving explanation, and personal opinions.

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Friday August 13
  • Review 15 I can statements
  • Warm-up Quick-write
  • EQ How do I use the text to support statements?
  • Reading and Writing Reflections
  • Using the novel complete the reflections.
  • Be sure to make connections , give opinions and
    explanations.
  • Have a blessed weekend.

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Quick-write Friday, August 13th
  • Based on your viewings of the NEWS, what are some
    of the issues and or problems facing society
    today? Be sure to include specific details, give
    examples, and your perspective(opinion).

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Monday August 16,
  • Turn in Reflections
  • Warm-up DRP week 2 complete Monday Tuesday
  • EQ What is figurative language? What do we call
    special language a writer uses to appeal to the
    readers senses?
  • Readers Journey- pgs.300-301 pgs. 312-313(HW)
  • Figurative language Rap

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Tuesday August 17, 2010
  • DRP-Wed/Thurs.
  • EQ-What are the two types of metaphors? What
    techniques are used to create imagery?
  • Figurative language rap(4th-6th pd)
  • Discuss pg.301
  • Similes/Metaphors in Poems
  • Read pgs. 302-303
  • Thinking About the Selection-pgs.305
  • Review figurative language-pg.313

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Character Web
Silent or quiet focused
Experienced or organized Determined or patient
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Reader Journey p.300
  • Imagery
  • when the writer uses sensory details to create a
    image
  • Close your eyes turkey, dressing,
  • mac n cheese, sweet potato, collards, rolls
  • Can you taste the sweet potato pie
  • What does the sweet potato pie look like, what
    does it smell like, is it cold or warm, or
    smooth, does it slide across your tongue?

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Wed. August 18th
  • Warm-up
  • EQ How does a writer use sensory details,
    figurative language to convey meaning? What are
    dialectic notes?
  • Listen to the selection Mrs. Flowers record
    your reactions, questions, and comments
  • HW Use each word in a sentences(15 sentences).
    Complete DRP- Friday.
  • Be sure to watch the NEWS!

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Thurs. Aug 26
  • Review Poems favorite season
  • EQ How does a writer use imagery to engage the
    reader?
  • Review What are dialectic notes?
  • Listen to the selection Treasures of Lemon Brown
    Take dialectic notes
  • Using your notes complete the graphic organizer
    on sensory details

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Friday August 27
  • Review sensory chart from Treasures of Lemon
    Brown
  • EQ How does a writer create an image to show not
    tell the reader?
  • Respond to literature p.179 questions 1-8
  • Then complete a character analysis chart.
  • Summer Reading is due Sept. 7th
  • Have a safe and blessed weekend.

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Monday August 30, 2010
  • DRP- Week 4-Mon/Tues.
  • EQ-What details are needed to write a narrative
    piece? How does a writer use imagery, figurative
    language to engage the reader?
  • Review dialectic note-taking
  • Listen to Raymonds Run- pg. 34(take dialectic
    notes
  • Use notes to complete concept map
  • HW- Choose 3 words each from sensory chart and
    write sentences(15 sentences)

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Tuesday August 31, 2010
  • DRP- Wed/Thurs.
  • Turn in HW-Sensory sentences/Plot diagram
  • EQ-What tools does a writer use to set the plot
    and establish the motivation of the characters?
  • Comprehension of Text-pg.43, 44, 45(Writing
    Prompt A)
  • Respond- One thing you cannot recycled is wasted
    time
  • Update reading log

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Wednesday September 1, 2010
  • Turn in DRP
  • Update Reading log(5min) Will be check for HW.
    Grade
  • EQ-How can words create pictures?
  • What are parts of a sentence?(Sentence Worksheet)
  • Vocabulary in Content-pg.44 pg.45(writing
    prompt A
  • Silent reading

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Thurs. Sept. 2
  • Complete a reflection on the book you were
    reading prior to going to the Media Center-
    Choose either a fiction or non-fiction.
  • EQ How can I engage the reader when writing
    about an event in my life?
  • Choose one event
  • Then brainstorm the details of the event.
  • Next write an outline using time transitions as
    your guide.

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Friday, Sept. 3
  • EQ How can I engage the reader when writing
    about an event in my life?
  • Choose one event
  • Then brainstorm the details of the event.
  • Next write an outline using time transitions as
    your guide.
  • Finally, write a draft of your narrative.
  • Next have a safe and blessed weekend.

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Tuesday September 7, 2010
  • Turn in Summer Reading
  • DRP-Week 5(Mon/Tues.) HW
  • Warm up-Respond(in a well developed paragraph)-
    Success is a state of mind anonymous
  • EQ-How do I create a picture in the minds of the
    reader? How do I engage the reader when writing a
    narrative?
  • Revise, draft narrative event. (Transitions,
    sensory words, descriptive phrases, introduction,
    body, conclusion)
  • NEWS homework due Friday.

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NEWS HOMEWORK
  • Due every Friday.
  • First assignment due Friday, September 10, 2010
  • Students are to view, listen or read about
    current events that impact the our community,
    state, national, or world.
  • Be sure to view events on business, economics,
    education, politics.
  • Students will write a 150 word composition,
    reflecting on the particular events and how those
    events impact their lives or the lives of others.
  • Each Reflective Composition must contain the
    following information Who, what, where, when,
    why, and the significance or importance of the
    event.

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Wednesday Sept. 8
  • Turn in narrative essay include brainstorm,
    outline, draft with revisions, introduction, and
    final.
  • EQ How can I use my results from the writing
    folio to improve my writing?
  • Remember for homework to work on DRP and NEWS
  • MM3 to evaluate results of 1st writing folio..
  • Record your user name and password in your in the
    back of your agenda

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Thurs. Sept. 9
  • Turn in your final papers and DRP wk 5
  • EQ What is expository writing? How can I use the
    results of the first writing portfolio to improve
    my writing?
  • Review and analyze the rubric for the writing
    folio.
  • Expository Pre-Assessment
  • What is expository writing is and is not.

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Friday Sept 10
  • How do I create an introduction that engages the
    reader?
  • Warm-up list the methods(tools, strategies) for
    engaging the reader
  • Review NEWS composition
  • Turn in NEWS compositions
  • Continue to analyze the rubric for writing folio
  • What expository writing is and is not.
  • Have a safe and blessed weekend.

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Monday Sept 13
  • DRP week 6 due Wednesday
  • Warm-up in journals
  • EQWhat are the different strategies for
    expository writing?
  • EQ How do I develop a paragraph to ensure a
    controlling idea?
  • EQ What is the SEEE method and how do I use this
    strategy to improve my writing?
  • NEWS composition due Friday, continue watching or
    listening to the NEWS nightly.

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SEEE method for Paragraph development
  • S- make a statement in reference to the question
    or the writing prompt.
  • E expand on the statement, add more details
  • E examples give supporting details or
    examples or evidence that support your statement
  • E elaboration closing sentences or clinching
    statement leave the reader with something to
    think about. Hmmmm!

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Tues. Sept. 14
  • EQ What are the different strategies for
    expository writing?
  • EQ How do I develop a paragraph to ensure a
    controlling idea?
  • EQ What is the SEEE method and how do I use this
    strategy to improve my writing?
  • Warm-up
  • Remember DRP due tomorrow
  • EQ

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Warm-up Tues. Sept 14
  • Use the SEEE method to respond to the following
  • Ones work maybe finished someday, but ones
    education is never
  • Alexander
    Dumas

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  • Bottom bun is your
  • Introduction
  • Top bun is your conclusion
  • Meat patty is your
  • Body
  • Tomato, Lettuce,
  • and Cheese are
  • your style
  • Ketchup or mustard
  • are your transitions
  • Press together for cohesiveness and you have
  • a great hamburger ,a great well-developed essay.

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Wed. August 13
  • Warm-up
  • Essential Question What is the structure and
    format of the Writing Grammar Text
  • Complete questions on Dreams
  • NEWS homework due next Friday
  • Remind parents to write composition
  • Writing Grammar Textbook Scavenger Hunt.

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Thurs Sept. 16
  • Quick- Write
  • EQ How do I organize my writing for various
    writing situations?
  • Give an example of when you would use each method
    of organization.
  • The pronoun complete the graphic organizer using
    the writing and grammar text.

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Monday September 27
  • Complete Reflection and Week 7 DRP(This will be
    collected in ten minutes.)
  • Warm-up in journals
  • DRP week 8 Review
  • Review Personal Pronouns Possessive form
  • Remember to watch, listen or read the NEWS.
    Compositions are due this Friday.

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Warm-up Sept. 27 Dreams
  • Answer the following questions in complete
    sentences, it may take more than a one sentence
    response to answer completely.
  • What does it mean to be smart?
  • What does it mean to be successful?
  • What does it mean to be determined?
  • Whom do you admire and why?
  • What will you need to do to be successful?

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Thursday Sept 16 Warm-up
  • Our expectations must be turned into present
    realities James Cone
  • Explain and make connections using the SEEE
    method to develop your response.

50
Quick-write 1
  • If you could live in another country for six
    months, what country would you choose? How do you
    think living there would be different from where
    you are living now?
  • Using the SEEE method of pargraph development,
    write a well-developed paragraph explaining your
    choice. Be sure to include a method of
    introduction to begin your response.

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Quick Write 2
  • If you could write several new rules for your
    school, what would they be? Explain why new rules
    are fair, and should be obeyed.
  • Using the SEEE method of pargraph development,
    write a well-developed paragraph explaining your
    choice. Be sure to include a method of
    introduction to begin your response.

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Quick Write 3
  • Would you like to be President of the United
    States when you grow up? Explain the reasons for
    your answer.
  • Using the SEEE method of pargraph development,
    write a well-developed paragraph explaining your
    reasons. Be sure to include a method of
    introduction to begin your response.

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Quick Write 4
  • Why do you think no woman has ever been elected
    President of the United States? How long do you
    think it will be before a woman is elected
    President? Do you think a woman will govern
    differently from a man? Explain your reasons for
    your answers.
  • Using the SEEE method of pargraph development,
    write a well-developed paragraph explaining your
    reasons. Be sure to include a method of
    introduction to begin your response.

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Quick-Write Aug. 13
  • The tragedy of life does not lie in not reaching
    your goal. The tragedy lies in having no goal to
    reach.
    Benjamin Mays Respond by making
    connections, giving explanation, and personal
    opinions.

55
Warm-up Wed. Aug 18
  • Warm-up
  • What are sensory words? Words that describe
    touch, smell sound, taste and sight?
  • Sensory Words Write 3 words for each category

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Warm-up Tues. August 13,
  • Arriving at one goal is the starting point to
    another.
  • John Dewey

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August 14-
  • Warm-up
  • Complete W G Scavenger Hunt- Place in binder
  • View the News take notes for composition
  • Reminder NEWS homework due tomorrow.

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Friday Aug. 15You have successfully completed
the first week.
  • Warm-up
  • Essential Question How do the events of the
    world impact our lives?
  • Turn in NEWS homework
  • Reminder Parent composition due Monday.
  • Discussion Current events that impact our lives.

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Warm-up Respond to the following quote by making
connections and giving specific details and
examples.
  • Our visions begin with our desires

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WARM-UP
  • For 10-15 minutes write on the subject the time
    somebody told me write as quickly and as
    specifically as you can. Let the line lead your
    thinking, or write about what you wish someone
    would have told you.

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Monday August 18,
  • Warm-up
  • Instructional Focus What do I need to know and
    do in 8th grade language arts? Standards.
  • Find and highlight the nouns and verbs in the
    standards.
  • List the nouns verbs on a T chart
  • Review- then base on your understanding, write 25
    sentences using the language of the standards.

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Warm-up Monday 8/18
  • Success is a state of mind. If you want success,
    start thinking of yourself as a success.
    Anonymous

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Warm-up Wednesday
  • Ones work may be finished someday, but ones
    education is never finished.
  • Alexandre Dumas, satirist
    1824-1895

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Tuesday August 19
  • Essential Question (EQ) What do I need to know
    and do in 8th grade language arts? Standards.
  • Review T chart using the nouns and verbs of the
    standards. Go to the Media center books
    historical fiction.

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Wed. August 20,
  • Warm-up
  • Essential question How can I use the nouns and
    verbs of the standards to write essential
    questions?
  • After review of the standards, use your T chart
    to create 20 essential questions?
  • Write questions concerning what you need know
    (knowledge) and what you need to do (performance).

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Thursday-Friday August 21 22 No warm-up today
  • Essential Question How do I write to explain or
    persuade? How can I use what I learned in 7th
    grade to better my writing? Baseline
  • Using the writing prompt begin writing an essay.
  • You need to show
  • Pre-writing/ brainstorming, outlining, drafting,
    revising, final,

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Agenda Monday Aug. 25,
  • Any student that did not turn in baseline
    writing, please place all work in the purple file
    tray on my desk.
  • Warm-up What does the term scholar mean?
  • EQ What do I need to know to improve my writing
    skills?
  • Pre-Test in Grammar Do not write on handout.
    You may use colored ink to mark items.

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Tues. Aug. 26
  • Warm-up
  • What does the term scholar mean?
  • EQ What do I need to know to improve my writing
    skills?
  • 15 mins. To complete the pre-test in Grammar Do
    not write on handout.
  • Receive graded HW Essential Ques.

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Warm-upTuesday August 26,
  • Who ever neglects learning in his youth, loses
    the past and is dead for the future.
  • Euripides 282 AD

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Notes ( N) A SCHOLAR IS
  • one who attends a school or studies under a
    teacher.
  • a learned person.
  • a person with a great deal of knowledge.
  • a student with a strong interest in learning.

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Wed. August 27
  • Warm-up
  • Pass up Pre-Test
  • Essential Ques How can I make connections when I
    read? Learning how to dialogue.
  • Teacher Model dialogue with reading selection.
  • HW reminder NEWS homework due Friday.

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WARM-UP
  • Anyone who doesnt make mistakes is not trying
    hard enough.
    Wes Roberts

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  • Warm-up Respond to the following quote,
    include your reactions and connections.
  • Repetition is the mother of knowledge

  • Anonymous

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Thurs./ Friday August 28,
  • Warm-up
  • E.Q. How to make connections to the text. What
    is a narrative?What is the message implied in the
    selection?
  • Dialogue with the tape Broken Chain by Gary Soto
    p.29- Req. 2 pages front and back.
  • Complete Making Meaning p. 38 answer in complete
    sentences.
  • News homework 150 word composition is due
    tomorrow!

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Friday August 29,
  • Warm-up
  • Turn in NEWS homework
  • E.Q. How to make connections to the text. What
    is a narrative? What is the message implied in
    the selection?
  • Complete Making Meaning p. 38 answer in complete
    sentence.
  • Have a Bless weekend.

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WARM-UP
  • Our future lies chiefly in our own hands.
  • Paul Roberson, performer, athlete lawyer

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Reading Reflection
  • Be sure to include connections, predictions .
  • Reflection should be at least one and half pages
    in length.
  • Be sure to record the beginning page and ending
    page of the reading.
  • Be sure to include your connections and the time
    order of the narrative, how the story was told.

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Tues. Sept 2
  • Armed with the knowledge of our past ,we can
    with confidence charter a course for our future.
  • Malcolm X-Political Activist

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Narrative Writing
  • An important element in narrative writing is to
    show not tell. Use precise words descriptive
    adjectives, vivid verbs and replaced overused or
    vague words (i.e. big, fun, nice, said)
  • 1.The room was a mess.
  • 2.The puppy was a terror
  • 3.The girls were snobs
  • 4.The pizza tasted good.
  • 5.The test was hard.
  • 6.He eats like a pig.

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Wed.Thur.
  • Turn in Sensory Chart homework
  • Find a well written warm-up
  • You will type one warm-up in the lab today.
  • Library books need to be renew.
  • You will be given a chance today tomorrow to
    renew or select another book.

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Thursday. Sept 4
  • Complete typing warm-up
  • EQ What is narrative writing?
  • Example Maya Angelou excerpt Mrs. Flowers p. 20
    of literature book
  • Read the selection and identify and record the
    descriptive and sensory words.
  • Then using the words you have found
  • Write a short description of a person you know.

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Thurs. Aug. 17
  • No Warm-up Today
  • Instructional Focus How can I make connections
    when I read? Learning how to dialogue.
  • Review HW. -Dialogue with the NEWS
  • Write a composition based on your dialogue.
  • NEWS HW due tomorrow

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Friday, Sept. 5
  • Extended Warm-up read the Quick-write then
    respond following the directions on the bottom of
    the page.
  • EQ What is narrative writing? What are the
    elements of narrative writing and how can I make
    a connections to the text.
  • Read you historical fiction novel for 15 minutes
    then choose one(1) prompt and complete the
    Reading Reflection
  • Be sure to write complete sentences,
    well-developed paragraph of 100 words or more.
  • Your reflection is your EXIT TICKET today.

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WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
  • Today you will be typing your response to a
    warm-up. Choose a warm-up that is well-developed
    and uses the SEEE method.
  • Be sure to place your heading in the top
    right-hand corner Name, Date, class, assignment
  • After every sentence press ENTER
  • Save, then print.

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Organization of Notebooks and Daily
assignments
  • Composition- for warm-ups only
  • Binder 3 sections
  • 1- Agenda 2- Notes/Handouts 3- Reflections
  • Daily Homework review and revise warm-up using
    colored ink pens, then write final draft.

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Ms. Lewis Ms. Collins are meeting in the
  • Media Center
  • Today.

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Monday, August 21, 2006
  • Instructional Focus What is the meaning of the
    term genre? What are the various genres of
    narrative literature?
  • Warm-up
  • Notes on narrative genre, Choose a genre for
    reading
  • Tomorrow we go to the Media Center.
  • Listen and dialogue to the selection The
    Medicine Bag. Min of 2 pp. front back.

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Friday August 24,
  • Warm-up
  • Instructional focus NEWS Review- to explain
  • Notebook Check
  • Circle chart record 12 currents events found in
    the NEWS this week give supporting details
  • Have a blessed weekend

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Agenda Monday Aug. 27
  • Warm-up
  • Instructional focus What is the writing process?
  • What is clustering?
  • Different methods of brainstorming/pre-writing
  • Create a cluster map What is your favorite
    subject in school?

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  • Warm-up
  • Instructional focus the writing process
  • Using your cluster/web map write a short outline
    for an essay on My Favorite Television Show
  • Outline maybe in any format you want
  • Remember Introduction, body and conclusion
    paragraph.

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OUTLINE BASELINE ESSAY
  • What type of music do you listen to and why? How
    has your taste in music changed over the years?
  • Keep in mind to have a clear beginning, middle,
    and end.

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Agenda Wed. Aug. 29
  • Warm-up
  • Instructional focus the writing process
    drafting
  • Brainstorm , outline and write a draft on the
    following My favorite television show
  • Be sure to explain why, give vivid images, give
    reasons and examples to support your position.

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Today is the two year anniversary of the
devastating Hurricane Katrina. How did Katrina
impact your life or the life of your community.
What effect did the destruction of families and
homes in the gulf coast have on you? How did
this make you feel?
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Thurs. Aug 30,
  • warm-up
  • Complete rough draft of My Favorite Television
    Show
  • When finish number all sentences
  • Highlight the first word of every sentence.
  • Use another color and highlight transitional
    words.
  • look at punctuation. Does every sentence have an
    end mark.
  • organization clear introduction, body and
    conclusion.
  • Did you explain and give examples?
  • NEWS discussion due tomorrow!

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Adage A Picture is worth a thousand words.
  • Think of a television commercial. What do you
    see? What do your hear? What do you
    think?Describe the commercial in detail

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August 31
  • Instructional focus review the revision process
    for the introduction paragraph
  • NEWS today write about 12 currents events. Be
    specific and give detail use the circle chart
    to complete
  • READING GIVES POWER Read your novel for the
    remainder of the period.
  • Have a blessed weekend
  • See you on Tuesday.

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Welcome
  • Welcome
  • to
  • Project H.O.P.E.
  • Team 6.4
  • Begin the journey

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  • Brainstorm and write an outline on the
    followingSome people argue that television has
    had a negative influence on society. What do you
    think about the impact of television on people?
  • Be sure to explain your point of view, give
    reasons and examples to support your position.

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Thursday, Aug. 24
  • No warm-up today
  • Turn in Reading Reflection
  • Instructional Focus The Writing Process
  • Homework Write a rough draft( baseline writing
    prompt

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Warm-Up Aug. 27,
  • What is dialogue? What did you learn from the
    strategy? How can you use dialogue to improve my
    note-taking skills?

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Agenda Aug. 12, Lang Arts
  • No warm-up
  • Write baseline essay...
  • Complete Writing Grammar Scavenger Hunt

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Aug 11,
  • Warm-up - Review
  • Quick-Write Time someone told me...
  • 5th Green SIP pretest
  • Scavenger Hunt_ Writing Grammar text

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August 13,
  • No warm-up today
  • Turn in NEWS homework
  • Review outline write 1st draft of baseline essay.
  • Label each sentence
  • S E1, E2,E3,E4
  • 2nd draft due Monday
  • Have a blessed weekend!

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Literacy Aug. 13
  • Review What a good reader does...
  • Dialogue with the tape Treasures of Lemon Brown
  • Remember to write questions, prediction,
    reactions, and connections you have while
    listening.

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Literacy Aug. 12
  • Tuesday is Silent Reading Day
  • Literacy Syllabus
  • Need a book for the next class or Thursday
  • You must watch 2 hours of News per week or read a
    major paper 2x a week.

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  • Read in Writing magazine articles Cousin Rob, Oh,
    Grow Up! And Teen Voices from Around the World.

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Literacy Aug 14
  • Review Dialogue Treasures of Lemon Brown
  • Objective identify the important factual
    details that contribute to the story.
  • Read Scope Magazine A Heart Transplant Saved My
    Life p.17
  • Writing about an Emotional Event

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Good Morning. Ms. Lewis Homeroom Class Agenda for
today is Turned in signed agenda sheet Turned
in any other forms( lunch, medication Assignment
of Lockers
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NOTEBOOK SECTIONS
  • 1. RESOURCES
  • 2. GRAMMAR
  • 3.LITERATURE
  • 4. NEWS
  • 5.SPELLING VOCABULARY
  • 6. WRITING
  • KEEP YOUR GRAMMAR WRITING EXERCISE BOOK IN THE
    FRONT OF YOUR BINDER

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Writing about an Emotional Event
  • Write about an event in your life. Think of
    something that evoked a number of emotions,
    either positive or negative. Write a story
    describing it without naming any feelings. Create
    feelings through the factual details.

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Heading
  • Last Name, First
  • Date
  • Class period/ color 7th orange
  • Assignment LA quiz 1

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Language Arts
  • Subject Area Meetings
  • Coordinators Meetings/Notes
  • Pacing Guides and Power Standards
  • Textbook Information

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Please locate your assigned seat.
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Grades
Turn to page 4 in your agenda. A 90-100 D
70-73 B 80-89 F Below 70 C 74-79
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Today you will be assigned your agenda.
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Homework Make-up Work
Page 4 of the agenda outlines the benefits of
doing homework. The homework hotline will serve
as a reminder of your work due.
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Conduct Grades
The ratings of S, N and U are explained on
page 3 of the agenda. Everyone should strive to
get an S for conduct.
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Visitors
Be sure to read about Cobb County Schools policy
about visitors to the school.
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Student Behavior
Read about our discipline practices on pages 7-10
of your agenda.
121
Bus Conduct
Look at page 10 of the agenda to review
policies about your privilege (not a right) to
ride the bus.
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Student Rights and Responsibilities
  • Lets talk about what your rights and
    responsibilities are as a student here at Cooper
    Middle School. Look at page 10 of the agenda.

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Academic Work Standard
  • Turn to page 6 in your agenda.
  • Use the guideline as you practice preparing your
    written work here at Cooper Middle School. There
    is one also posted on the wall.
  • FRED, DO YOUR BEST
  • NOT JOES BEST!

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STUDENT BEHAVIOR CODE
  • Notice the STEPS you DO NOT want your teachers to
    take.
  • Make the right choices this year! You have a
    LOT to lose your self-esteem, the esteem of
    your friends and of your teachers.
  • Make the right choices! You have so much to GAIN!
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