- Check the No Name Paper Wall to claim your work with missing/improper heading, so you can earn credit for your work. Once you’ve written the correct heading on the top, right hand corner re-submit it to the class inbox to be graded.
- Research extra credit opportunity is closed. We can put the pronunciation battle to rest because Craig Kielburger’s last name is pronounced: Keel’Burger (like a keel of a ship and a burger that you eat.)
- Thank you for those who have donated classroom supplies! We are set on hand sanitizer for the year, but are a little low on tissues. Kind donations of tissues, to class, will be accepted throughout the year.
- In class today, students viewed the “It Takes a Child documentary film clip again. Some classes did a get-one-give-one to encourage partner talk and to help students complete their Documentary T-Chart, which was due to the class inbox at the end of class today.
- The class compared and contrasted the Kielburger’s personal essay with the documentary film clip. For the specific questions, please reference the power point.
- The remainder of the work period was used to answer It Takes a Child Analyzing the Media Questions (on p. 320 in the Collections textbook, skipping #3 since students have already completed the T-Chart.)
- Students held onto their It Takes a Child Analyzing the Media Questions as we’ll review it during the Bell Ringer next class.
- Bring Collections textbook to class daily, until told otherwise.
- Complete two weekly A3K choice articles between midnight on Monday – 11:59 P.M. on Sunday, scoring 75% or higher on each article to earn credit. For more info, please check the Achieve 3000 vs. Weekly A3K tab to answer FAQ.
- Summer Reading Assignment due 9/5 (B) & 9/6 (A.) For specifics, please see the original post.
If you haven’t done so already:
- Turn in late work (only accepted one A or B day late.)
- Complete It Takes a Child Analyzing the Media Questions (p. 320 in the Collections textbook) restating questions and citing evidence when appropriate. Due at the start of next class.