Friday, Sept. 16 (A) & Monday, Sept. 19 (B): Close Reader “Teens and New Tech” Questions

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Announcements:

  • If you haven’t done so already, please verify you have access the online Collections textbook and notify the teacher if you encounter any issues, so they can be resolved BEFORE electronic assignments are assigned.

Assignments:

  • The teacher demonstrated how to complete the Cause and Effect chart in the comp. book for the Close Reader: “Teenagers and New Technology” text. (For the specific page number, please use the Authors and Titles index in the back of the book.) To reference the chart demonstrated in class, please refer to the day’s Teens and New Tech power point.
  • Students first priority was a first read of the text and completion of the Close Read questions (blue and green boxes, including the short response.)
  • Next, students finished the Achieve 3000: “Storm Warnings on Cell Phones” (BR poll – Thought Question) and complete an article analysis sheet (see Achieve 3000 vs. A3K tab above.)

Home Learning:

  • Collections textbook needs to be brought to class daily, until told otherwise.
  • Close Readers need to be brought to class daily.
  • Weekly Choice A3Ks articles due Sunday, regardless of A or B day. For more info, please reference the Achieve 3000 vs. A3K page. Remember this is a regular home learning grade.
  • If not finished in class…
    • Students first priority was a first read of the Close Reader: “Teenagers and New Technology” (for exact page please reference the Authors and Titles Index in the back of the book) and complete of the Close Read questions (blue and green boxes, including the short response due by the start of next class.
    • Finish the Achieve 3000: “Storm Warnings on Cell Phones” (BR poll – Thought Question) and complete an article analysis sheet (see Achieve 3000 vs. A3K tab above) due by the start of next class.
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