1/25 (B) – 1/27 (B): Driftwood Field Trip Make-Up Work

#6time-management

Announcements:

  • I’m pleased to have many proactive students that don’t want their work to pile up, so they’re willing to complete the work ahead of time.
  • Work/play balance is important, so I’m equally thrilled you’re attending the field trip. Please note these due dates are only for students who attended the Driftwood Field trip. As a chaperone, I’ll know who was in attendance.
  • Regardless if you choose to work on this work before, during, after, or any combination there within, I’ve itemized the work here for your convenience.
  • As many of us set goals to procrastinate less and it’s likely not all teachers made the work available in advance, please make use of this opportunity. I strongly encourage you to do the work sooner, rather than later. Submissions before the deadlines listed below are not only encouraged, but also appreciated.

Assignments:

Wednesday, Jan. 25 (B day):

  • Bell Ringer#6 (slide 1)
  • The class participated in a Socratic Seminar on “Another Place, Another Time.” Since you were up and can’t make up the discussion, your Double-Entry Notes will be graded in lieu of a verbal discussion. Be sure your notes are caught up. Refer to the previous posts for referenceThe due date has been pushed back once already and there’s been two classes prior to Driftwood to complete the assignment. Due 1/30 (A) & 1/31 (B) for students who attended Driftwood.
  • The due date has been pushed back twice already and there’s been two classes prior to Driftwood to complete the assignment. Achieve 3000: “Verbal Communication” (BR poll – Thought Question) with article analysis sheet due 1/30 (A) & 1/31 (B) for students who attended the Driftwood field trip.
  • Achieve 3000: “New Ways to Tell Time” (BR poll – Thought Question) with article analysis sheet Due 2/2 (B) for students who attended Driftwood field trip.
  • 2 Weekly A3K articles completed between 1/23 – 1/29 (regardless of A or B day.) Assigned articles do NOT count toward this assignment grade.

Thursday, Jan. 26 (A day) – Friday, Jan. 27 (B day):

  • Bell Ringer #7 (slide 2)
  • Read “The People Could Fly” in the Collections textbook p. 63 – 67
  • Complete “The People Could Fly” Analyzing the Text Questions 1-6 on p. 69. Refer to the Summarize Text box on p. 68 to help you fill out your story map for question #3. Refer to the Folk Tales box on p. 68 to help you answer #4. You don’t have to worry about any of the “share with a classmate” portion of the directions. Due 2/1 (A) and 2/7 (B) for students who attended Driftwood field trip.
  • Achieve 3000: “Bringing the Trains Back” (BR poll – Thought Question) with article analysis sheet Due 2/1 (A) and 2/7 (B) for students who attended Driftwood field trip.
  • 2 Weekly A3K articles completed between 1/23 – 1/29 (regardless of A or B day.) Assigned articles do NOT count toward this assignment grade.
Advertisements

Comments Off on 1/25 (B) – 1/27 (B): Driftwood Field Trip Make-Up Work

Filed under Assignments

Comments are closed.