August 2018

Essential Question
(EQ)
= How do I become
an effective
communicator?
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
 
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I. Warm Up
    A. Find a place to sit
    B. First Day procedures-Handouts
  1. Free or Reduced Lunch
  2. Weapon/Drug Handout (sign/collect)
  3. Code of Student Conduct
  4. Attendance Policy
  5. Insurance (First Period Only)
  6. Syllabus
II. Whole Class
A. Introductions
III. Individual/Independent
A. Writing Exercise
B. Schedules (1st Period only)
IV. Homework
A Complete Narrative Essay "This Happened"
(25 pts.)
B. Syllabus (12 pts for 1st period with forms)
C. Syllabus for periods 2,3, 4 (5 pts)
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I. Warm Up
    A. Find a place to sit
    B. First Day procedures-
    Handouts
  1. Free or Reduced Lunch
  2. Weapon/Drug Handout
    (sign/collect)
  3. Code of Student Conduct
  4. Attendance Policy
  5. Insurance (First Period Only)
  6. Syllabus
II. Whole Class
A. Introductions
III. Individual/Independent
A. Writing Exercise
B. Schedules (1st Period only)
IV. Homework
A Complete Narrative Essay "This
Happened" (25 pts.)
B. Syllabus and Composition
Notebook (5 pts)
17
I. Warm Up
A. Collect Syllabus
B. Log on to the laptop assigned to
you.
II. Whole Class
A. Log onto sso.
browardschools.com
B. Register with Remind.com
C. Register with NoRedInk.com


Please see me for class codes to the
above sites.
 
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I. Warm Up
A. Collect Syllabus
B. Log on to the laptop assigned to
you.
II. Whole Class
A. Log onto sso.
browardschools.com
B. Register with Remind.com
C. Register with NoRedInk.com


Please see me for the codes to
register with the above sites.
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I. Warm Up
A. Take out Writer's Notebook
Respond to Prompt #1 Eclipse

"Do not let the shadows of the
past eclipse the brightness of
your future."
II Whole Class
A. The Writer's Notebook
1. Handout
B. PAVPANIC-Parts of Speech
(POS)
II. Individual Work
A. Using
Writer's Inc. copy the
definitions for the eight Parts
of Speech
1. Copy only the main
definition.
2. Copy an example.
3. Take notes as necessary.
PAVPANIC
B. Periods 1 and 2 write a
Haiku.
III. Homework
-For those who did not write
the essay due to absence,
please bring next class.
-Review PAVPANIC notes.
22

I. Warm Up
A. Take out Writer's Notebook
Respond to Prompt #1 Eclipse

"Do not let the shadows of the past
eclipse the brightness of your future."
II Whole Class
A. The Writer's Notebook
1. Handout
B. PAVPANIC-Parts of Speech (POS)
II. Individual Work
A. Using
Writer's Inc. copy the
definitions for the eight Parts of
Speech
1. Copy only the main definition.
2. Copy an example.
3. Take notes as necessary.
PAVPANIC
B. Periods 1 and 2 write a Haiku.
III. Homework
-For those who did not write the essay
due to absence, please bring next
class.
-Review PAVPANIC notes.
23

I. Warm Up
A. Sit at your seat and log on
to your own laptop.
B. Sign in to NoRedInk.

II. Independent Student
A. Begin PAVPANIC practice.
(30 min)
B. After practice move on to
PAVPANIC quiz (50 points)

III Homework
A. None
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I. Warm Up
    A. Sit at your seat and log
    on to your own laptop.
    B. Sign in to NoRedInk.

II. Independent Student
A. Begin PAVPANIC practice.
(30 min)
B. After practice move on to
PAVPANIC quiz (50 points)

III Homework
A. None
 
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I. Warm Up
A. Prompt #2 Opinion
What is something you have
radically changed your opinion
about?
II. Whole Class
A. Give Parts of Speech roles
III. Small Group
A. Subject Matter Expert-Create an
Infographic for the assigned part of
speech. Copy the definition onto
the poster paper, write one
sentence per student modeling one
distinctive Punctuation Formula that
relates to the illustration. Then add
examples around the drawing.
Follow the rubric.

The Infograph should contain:
-drawing
-definition
-example (sentence caption using
punctuation formula). **
28
I. Warm Up
A. Prompt #2 Opinion
What is something you have
radically changed your
opinion about?
II. Whole Class
A. Give Parts of Speech roles
III. Small Group
A. Subject Matter
Expert-Create an Infographic
for the assigned part of
speech. Copy the definition
onto the poster paper, write
one sentence per student
modeling one distinctive
Punctuation Formula that
relates to the illustration.
Then add examples around
the drawing. Follow the rubric
.

-Period 5 and 7 will create an
outline in your Writer's
Notebook that shows what an
expository essay is. Use
Writer's Inc pages 105-114.
This outline is to help
understand what is required
with an Expository Essay. **
29

I Warm Up
A. Take out a loose-leaf page.
B. Receive
II. Whole Class
A. The Essay-
Writer's, Inc, page 276
1. Handout-Female Treatment in
Sports
III. Independent Work
A. Receive Essay Prompt
B. Write Expository Essay
30
I Warm Up
A. Take out a loose-leaf
page.
B. Take out Annotated Packet
II. Whole Class
A. The Essay-
Writer's, Inc.,
page 276
1. Handout-Female
Treatment in Sports
III. Independent Work
A. Receive Essay Prompt
B. Write Expository Essay
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I. Warm Up
A. Receive incomplete essay.
II. Whole Class
A. The prompt
B. Annotations
III.Independent Work
A. Complete an expository
essay about the treatement of
females in sports.
B. Handouts:
1. Terms to Own
2. Navigating Complex Texts
3. Open House Schedulet
(Period 1)
IV. Homework
A. Find the definition for the
Terms to Own and copy the
definition in your Writer's
Notebook.
1. Use the Student Resources in
Collections, starting on page
R1, or at
Student Resources
B. Annotate "Navigating
Complex Texts," by Carol Jago
(Handout given to you).
Both tasks above are due next
class.