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Week 6

Friday, September 21


Wednesday/Thursday, September 19-20

Today's Objectives

      • Reflect on a text through sentence structure and writing assignments.
      • Determine theme of a text.

Bell Work

      • Writer's Notebook.
          • Finish #8.
              • Keep this entry for notes for your blog post due Friday.
          • Hand in WN.


Grammar Time

      • Hand back simple sentence.
      • Review Simple Sentences
          • In three simple sentences, summarize...
          • Why use SS?
              • To move a plot.
                  • Teacher Model
                    • Jerry Spinelli
                  • Group Work
                    • In six simple sentences, summarize the drama Antigone and create a plotline that moves.
                  • Individual Assessment
                    • For your assigned number, create a plot that moves.
                    • 1. Knock over a Christmas tree!
                    • 2. Tornado arrives!

Thematic Unit

      • Time to Write
          • Teacher Model
              • Proving he, too, abided by a code of honor, Creon changed his mind regarding the punishment of Antigone and Haimon. Towards the last of the play, in a scene with the Chorus, Creon listens to the advice of the men, proving that love...not pride...wins. This means that his love for his son took preeminence over his desire to punish these young people for not abiding by his decree. With this decision, he illustrated his human side, his compassion, his love for his son.
          • Individual Quick Write
              • Prompt: How does Ismene show loyalty/disloyalty to Antigone? Do you agree with Ismene‚Äôs actions?
                  • Complete in Google Classroom.
          • In-Class Paragraph on FRIDAY.

Homework

    • Blog Post 4 due Friday at 8:00 AM.
        • Refer to Writer's Notebook #8.


Monday/Tuesday, September 17-18

Bell Work

      • Today's Vocab
          • anarchy: a state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition of authority.
          • vindicate: maintain, uphold, or defend
              • Against our land the proud invader came/To vindicate fell Polyneices' claim.
          • bestow: give as a gift
              • The gods bestow their favors on the bad.
          • deem: judge or regard in a particular way
              • Take it all in all, I deem /A man's first duty is to serve himself.

Grammar Time

    • Review of Sentence Types and Structures
        • Simple
            • I IC
            • S + V
                • Write a simple sentence for each vocab word.
                  • Teacher Model
                    • Antigone vindicates Polynieces after his death and defends his burial rites.
                  • Group Work
                    • Write a simple sentence for bestow.
                    • Share on big screen.
                    • Identify S + V and clue word.
                  • Individual Assessment
                    • Write a simple sentence for deem.
                    • Identify S + V and clue word.
                    • Place in Inbox.


Thematic Approach

      • Reminder: This Week's Blog Post Topic
          • Writer's Notebook: Gather info on your assigned character.
              • Mrs. Gillmore's Model Post here.
              • Mrs. Fletcher's Model Post here.
      • Read the play.

Week 5

Friday, September 14

Bell Work

      • Review Vocab.
      • Quiz Time!

Blog Time

      • Proofread Blog Post 3.
      • Assign Blog Post 4.

Thematic Unit

      • Finish reading Antigone.


Wednesday-Thursday, September 12-13


Monday-Tuesday, September 10-11

  • Bell Work
      • Vocab
          • assert (verb)
              • state a fact or belief confidently and forcefully
          • assess (verb)
              • evaluate or estimate the nature, ability, or quality of
                  • Shall we assess your knowledge of 9.11?



  • Grammar Time
      • Sentence Structures
          • Overview
              • Complete handout: fill in the missing information.


  • Thematic Unit Focus
      • Read Antigone.
          • Quick Write:
              • "We are only women." Do you agree with this statement?

Week 4

Friday, September 7

      • Blog Post 3 - Friday, September 14
          • Create a Top Five List of Books you would like to read.
              • Provide a two-three sentence rationale for choosing each book.
                  • Reminder a book for this class needs to average 250 pages.
      • 1B and 3B
          • Read Antigone.
      • 3A and 5A
          • Writing Jargon Test.


          • Writer's Notebook 4
              • To what extent do you love your family?
              • How have you shown/displayed this love lately?


Wednesday-Thursday, September 5-6

Bell Work

      • Wednesday: 3A and 5A
            • Today's Vocab
                • 7. apprehensive (adjective)
                    • anxious or fearful that something bad will happen
                • 8. arcane (adjective)
                    • mysterious or secret

Thursday: 1B - 3B: Review Writing Jargon.

            • Annotate Paragraph 5 - classroom.google.com.

Writing Time

      • Thursday: 1B - 3B: Writing Jargon Test


      • Wednesday: 3 A - 5A:
          • Writing Jargon: Review
              • Annotate
                  • Return Quick Write.
                    • Where do you need to improve?
              • Group Work: Paragraph 3 - classroom.google.com
              • Individual Assessment: Paragraph 4
              • Questions?!
                  • Test NEXT TIME!

Thematic Unit

      • Wednesday : 3A and 5A
      • Re-visit Writer's Notebook #3...the qualifying statements.
            • View results of Anticipation Guide.
      • Who was Antigone?
          • In Greek mythology, Antigone is the daughter of Oedipus and his mother Jocasta. She has three siblings: Ismene, Polynices, and Etyocles.
              • Draw the family tree.
          • The meaning of the name is, as in the case of the masculine equivalent Antigonus, "worthy of one's parents" or "in place of one's parents."
          • How do you pronounce family names?
      • Writer's Notebook 4
          • To what extent do you love your family?
          • How have you shown/displayed this love lately?



      • Thursday: 1B - 3B - Read Antigone.
            • Assign characters.
            • Writer's Notebook: Why drama?

            • Read!

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Monday - No School - Labor Day

Tuesday, September 4

Bell Work

      • Today's Vocab
          • 7. apprehensive (adjective)
              • anxious or fearful that something bad will happen
          • 8. arcane (adjective)
              • mysterious or secret

Writing Jargon: Review

      • Annotate
          • Return Quick Write.
              • Where do you need to improve?
          • Group Work: Paragraph 3 - classroom.google.com
          • Individual Assessment: Paragraph 4
          • Questions?!
              • Test NEXT TIME!

Grammar Time = (See 3-Ring Binder!)

      • Today's Tip
          • There, Their, They're
          • Pronoun antecedent agreement
              • Student = his/their
              • Students = his/their

Thematic Unit

      • Who was Antigone?
          • In Greek mythology, Antigone is the daughter of Oedipus and his mother Jocasta. She has three siblings: Ismene, Polynices, and Etyocles.
              • Draw the family tree.
          • The meaning of the name is, as in the case of the masculine equivalent Antigonus, "worthy of one's parents" or "in place of one's parents."
          • How do you pronounce family names?
      • Writer's Notebook 4
          • To what extent do you love your family?
          • How have you shown/displayed this love lately?
      • Next Time: Read Antigone.
          • You may access the document in two places.
              • Google Classroom.
              • Google Drive Folder



Friday, September 7

3A - 5A

      • Writing Jargon Text


Blog Post 3

      • See NEW blog post topic here.


Week 3

Friday, August 31

      • Bell Work
          • Blog Post 1: Proof...and then edit/revise.
              • Review rubric in classroom.google.com
                  • In topics, click on BLOGS.
              • Intro
                  • Highlight thesis in GREEN.
              • 2 Chunks
              • Conclusion
              • Punctuation/Cap
              • No-Nos?!
                • Update!
      • Blog Post 2: Discover topic here!

      • Writing Jargon
          • UPdate!
              • We do NOT have school on Monday!
              • Sooooo...your Writing Jargon Test will be next Friday. :(
              • Shall we review...again?
                  • Go to classroom.google.com. (Do I hear you singing?!)
      • Independent Read
          • Talking Books!
          • What are YOU reading good?


Wednesday-Thursday, August 29-30

Bell Work


Writing Jargon


Today's Vocab

          • antagonize (verb) cause someone to become hostile
              • This may be about to occur...at least mentally...
          • anticipate (verb) regard as probable; expect or predict


Thematic Unit

      • Google Classroom: Complete Anticipation Guide.
          • Analyze results.
      • Writer's Notebook Topic 3
          • Reflect on your decisions while responding to the Anticipation Guide.
              • Did you antagonize over any of your responses? Why?
              • As we analyzed the data, did you anticipate any of the results? Why?



Monday-Tuesday, August 27-28

Bell Work

Blog Post 1


Today's Vocab

      • ambiguous (adjective)
          • open to more than one interpretation;
          • having a double meaning
      • anecdote (noun)
          • a short and amusing or interesting story about a real incident or person


Writer's Notebook Topic

          • Who do you know that has been loyal to a cause?
              • Why? Please introduce...via words!
                  • YES! This could be the person you write about in Chunk 2 of Blog Post
            • Plan to use a vocab work in this entry.

Write Right

      • Review writing jargon.
      • Exit Slip = Formative Assessment
          • Write a one-chunk response to this topic sentence.
              • BHS students' access to their own Chromebook will have positive outcomes.
                  • FDR
                    • E
                    • E
          • Place in the Inbox!


Week 2

Friday, August 24

Today's Objectives

      • Establish protocol for blog assignments.

Blog Time

      • Go to Blog Page...check your link!
          • May we chat?
      • Draft Post 1.

Independent Read



Wednesday-Thursday, August 22-23

Today's Objectives

    • Establish norms for technology tools.
    • Become familiar with Mrs. Gillmore's writing jargon

Bell Work

    • Sign up for Google Classroom


    • Today's Vocab
        • adhere (verb)
            • stick completely to a surface or substance* [or] believe in and follow the practices of
        • aloof (adjective)
            • not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant
        • Group Work: Create an original sentence for each word.


Writing Jargon

    • Essay
    • Paragraph
        • Topic Sentence
        • Chunk
    • Quick Write


Blog Time




Monday/Tuesday, August 20-21

Today's Objectives:

      • To continue setting class norms.
      • To analyze a video using CAFE terms.

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Bell Work

      • Binder Tabs
        • Texts
        • Lit Terms
        • Grammar
          • Writing
          • Language
        • Vocab
        • Writer's Notebook
          • My Story
              • (at the end)

Today's Vocab - Welcome to CAFE

Writer's Notebook:

    • On a Scale of 1-10, to what extent do you think?




Week 1

Wednesday/Thursday, August 15-16

    • Today's Objectives
        • Welcome!
        • Engage in reading

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    • Welcome to Cafe 16!
    • Introductions: Round 1


    • Introductions: Round 2 - You Introduce a Table Mate
      • Appositives...so many nouns...so many synonyms
        • Create a list of appositives for yourself.
            • What is an appositive?
            • Now, create three appositive phrases.
                • the wife of John Gillmore
                • a mother to three
                • a teacher at BHS
            • Now, extend one of those phrases...
                • a teacher at BHS for the past ten years
                • a teacher at BHS who had never attended a football game before coming here
            • Pair and Share: Introduce yourself to a neighbor using appositives.
                • Introduce your neighbor to the class.
                • Person using the most appositives in introduction receives a prize!

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    • Introductions - Round 3 - Write Right
      • Everyone Has a Story
        • Why are you who you are?
          • Table of Contents - Due today!
            • Parallel Format?!
              • See Mrs. Gillmore's example. :)

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    • Class To-Do's
        • Class Website
        • Supply List
        • Class Library
            • Book Talks
        • Your Blog
            • What's in a Name?

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Fast Friday, August 17


Bell Work________________________________________________

      • Class Rule: R.E.S.P.E.C.T. - 20 Minutes
      • Housekeeping in Cafe 16
          • Maps and Extenuating Circumstances
              • Fire
              • Tornado
          • Phone Charger
          • Pencil Sharpeners
          • School Supplies
          • Your Chairs
          • Clean up the House!
      • Binder Tabs
        • Texts
        • Lit Terms
        • Grammar
          • Writing
          • Language
        • Vocab
        • Writer's Notebook
          • My Story
              • (at the end)

Today's Vocab - Welcome to CAFE

        • Collaborating
        • Analyzing
        • Facilitating
        • Elaborating
            • Shall we practice?
                  • Watch this video.
                    • Collaborate with your group to analyze this video and facilitate a discussion as you elaborate on the author's message within the video. Be sure to provide at least one piece of evidence.
        • 5B - Mrs. Gillmore is not here. Please read 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens.
            • Discuss paradigms.

Yay! Week 1 is complete! Great two days!