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    Week 10

    September 24th- 28th

     

    Learning goal:  Students will analyze the causes that paved the road to the American Civil War.

     

    Monday Sept. 24, 2018

     

    Learning activity:  Students will annotate a text on American slavery to understand the background of the topic.

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up: "How can you apply the Quote of the week to your life?"   

                             "You must be the change you wish to see in the world."-   Gandhi

        2.  Tape in the following documents to your composition book and add to Table of Contents as shown in this September 24th chart

        3.  Complete Civil War causes hypothesis 

        4.  Slavery introduction

        5.  Text on slavery to annotate- Note:  You will need to get this text when you return to class. 

     

    Homework:  Homework: Complete test corrections- due next Wednesday Sept. 26th!

     

    Week 9

    September 17th- 21st

     

    Learning goal:  Students will analyze the causes that paved the road to the American Civil War.

     

    Monday Sept. 17, 2018

     

    Learning activity:  Students will complete a government assessment to demonstrate their understanding of the unit. 

    Schedule: 

        1.  No warm up

        2.  Complete government test.  Note:  If you were absent today, you will make this test up in afterschool tutoring tomorrow with Mrs. Buhnerkempe and Mrs. Malay. 

     

    Homework:  Complete TOPS report and reflection form for historical book- due next Monday Sept. 24th!!

     

    Tuesday Sept. 18, 2018

     

    Learning activity:  Students will differentiate between primary and secondary sources as they work with examples of each.

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up:  "What are multiple ways that people learn about what happend in the past?" 

        2.  Please use the following historical thinking powerpoint to fill in these historical thinking notes.

        3.  Complete primary and secondary source activity.

     

    Homework:  Complete TOPS report and reflection form for historical book- due next Monday Sept. 24th!!

     

    Wednesday September 19, 2018

     

    Learning activity:  Students will create a KWL chart concerning the causes of the Civil War and the War itself.

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up: "In what ways is looking at history similar to doing detective work?" 

        2.  Use the historical thinking powerpoint to fill in these historical thinking notes

        3.  Use a piece of typing paper to create a KWL chart (3 columns) regarding what you know (K), what you want to know (W), and what you will have learned (L) with the causes of the Civil War and the War itself.  Just fill in the first 2 columns (what you already know and what you want to learn). 

        4.  Causes of Civil War learning goal-please pre-rate yourself on your knowledge of these terms. 

     

    Homework:  Complete any missing work or work you want to improve- due on Monday Sept 24th! 

     

    Thursday Sept. 20th, 2018

     

    Learning activity:  Students will brainstorm possible ideas to use for a Patriot's Pen essay.

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up: "When you think of the American flag, what ideas or images come to your mind?" 

        2.  Test correction process explained- see under Homework for today!

        3.  Patriot's Pen essay- 

        4.  Background on American flag

        5.  Brainstorm possible essay ideas.  Note:  You will type this essay next week with Mr. Brewer.

     

    Homework: Complete test corrections- due next Wednesday Sept. 26th!

     

    Friday Sept. 21, 2018

     

    Learning activity:  Students will hypothesize how various causes might have led to the American Civil War.

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up:   "What are some examples of cause and effect in life? 

        2.  Causes of Civil War learning goal- please circle a pre-rating for yourself on your understanding of each of the concepts. 

        3.  Civil War causes hypothesis - please complete

     

    Homework:  Complete test corrections- due next Wednesday Sept. 26th!

     

     

    Week 8

    September 10th- 14th

     

    Learning goal:  Students will analyze the structure/powers of U.S. government and the rights of people under that government. 

     

    Monday Sept. 10, 2018

     

    Learning activity:  Students will apply government checks and balances to various fictional scenarios.

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up:  "What are the benefits in life to truly listening to others?" (Question based off the Quote of the week) 

        2.   Government study guide- passed out and explained for test next Monday Sept 17th!

        3.   View CNN 10

        4.  Review checks and balances chart

        5.  Complete checks and balances scenarios

     

    Homework:  Complete September 11th interview- due tomorrow!

     

    Tuesday September 11, 2018

     

    Learning activity:  Students will reflect upon the events surrounding Sept. 11, 2001

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up: "What is the meaning of the following image"? 

        2.  Share out September 11th interview- turn in when done!!

        3.  View CNN 10- reflect upon the 9/11 Memorial Museum portion.

        4.  Video clip of President Bush speaking to workers at Ground Zero

        5.  Images of rescue workers- reflection.

     

    Homework:  Complete legislative branch portion of Government study guide- due tomorrow!

     

    Wednesday Sept. 12, 2018

     

    Learning activity:  Students will reflect upon their understanding of the current government unit.

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up: "How does the structure of U.S. government prevent abuse by any one group?" 

        2.  Tape in the following document (Checks and balances chart) to your composition book and add to Table of Contents as shown in this September 12th chart

        3.  Partner and class review over legislative branch section of Government study guide.

        4.  Complete checks and balances scenarios.   

        5.  Complete a post rating on the concepts listed on your Government learning goal and concept sheet. (already taped into your composition book)

                   **Do the following within each text box on the concept sheet. 

                       A. For each of the 3 branches (legislative, executive, and judicial), write down 1 important fact you have learned abou them.

                       B.  For checks and balances, write down why this is important for government to have. 

        6.  Complete the "After" column of the anticipatory guide on government unit (also taped into your composition book). 

     

    Homework:  Complete executive branch questions of Government study guide- due tomorrow!

     

    Thursday Sept 13th, 2018

     

    Learning activity:  Students will complete a sample test to help prepare them for their government assessment on Monday.

     

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up: Provide a specific example of how people's rights in the United States are protected from being violated.

        2.  Please tape in the following document (checks and balances scenarios) to your composition book and add to Table of Contents as shown on this September 13th chart.

        3.  Complete sample government testNote:  Here is the answer key for the sample government test to check when you are done. 

        4.  Complete a post rating of the Bill of Rights in your Government learning goal and concept sheet. (already taped into your composition book).  Then, in the text box, write an amendment that you believe is the most important and why. 

        5. Complete sample Bill of Rights scenarios (Note: scroll down to pages 19 and 20 on this document to view the scenarios.) 

     

    Homework: Complete judicial branch questions of Government study guide- due tomorrow!

     

    Friday Sept 14th, 2018

     

    Learning activity:  Students will analyze scenarios to determine if a certain Amendment has been violated.

     

    Schedule: 

        1.  No warm up

        2.  Turn in warm ups for this week.

        3.  Tape in your government study guide to composition book and add to Table of Contents as shown on this Sept. 14th chart

        4.    Complete a post rating of the Bill of Rights in your Government learning goal and concept sheet. (already taped into your composition book).  Then, in the text box, finish off this sentence starter:  "Life without the Bill of Rights would be.. "

        5. Complete sample Bill of Rights scenarios (Note: scroll down to pages 19 and 20 on this document to view the scenarios.) 

        6.  Use typing paper to complete a picture or a visual representation of key terms #'s 1-9 in your Government study guide.  

    Homework:  Complete pictures or visual representation of key terms #'s 1-9 in your Government study guide.

     

     

     

     

    Week 7

    September 4th- 7th

     

    Learning goal:  Students will analyze the structure/powers of U.S. government and the rights of people under that government. 

     

    Tuesday Sept. 4, 2018

     

    Learning activity:  Students will chart the major structure of the 3 branches of U.S. government.

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up: How can this Quote of the week impact you specifically?  

                        Quote of the week:   "Every person you meet knows something you don't; learn from them."  (H Jackson Brown Jr)

        2.  Complete  Bill of Rights formative assessment (not for a grade)- turn in when you return to school.

        3.  Complete Branches of government chart using the information from the following 3 expository texts: 

                              legislative branch

                              executive branch

                              judicial branch

    Homework:  Complete Bill of Rights acrostic (if not finished)- due on Thursday Sept. 6th!

     

    Wednesday Sept 5, 2018

     

    Learning activity:  Students will participate in a presentation on the Bill of Rights from Officer Tibble.

    Schedule: 

        1.  No warm up

        2.  Officer Tibble presentation with student interactions

    Homework:  Complete Bill of Rights acrostic (if not finished)- due tomorrow!

     

    Thursday Sept 6, 2018

     

    Learning activity:  Students will analyze the structure and powers of government by responding to critical thinking questions.

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up:  "What are the advantages and disadvantages of being a political leader in government?"

        2.  Complete Branches of government chart.   Make sure it is all the way filled in.  Note:  Here is a completed Branches of government chart template to observe.

        3.  Begin analysis questions of branches of government

     

    Homework:  Complete September 11th interview- due this Tuesday!

     

        

    Friday Sept. 7, 2018

     

    Learning activity:  Students will begin to apply checks and balances to various fictional scenarios.

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up: "What are the pros and cons of having 3 branches of government?" 

        2.  Tape in the Branches of government chart to your composition book as shown on this September 7th chart

        3.  Turn in warm ups for this week. 

        4.  Complete analysis questions of branches of government -turn in when done!!

        5.  Review checks and balances chart

        6.  Complete checks and balances scenarios

     

    Homework: Complete September 11th interview- due this Tuesday!

     

     

    Week 6

    August 27th- 31st

     

    Learning goal:  Students will analyze the structure/powers of U.S. government and the rights of people under that government. 

     

    Monday August 27th

     

    Learning activity:  Students will respond in writing to key questions concerning the 2nd- 6th Amendments.

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up:  How would you define what forgiveness means?  (taken from Quote of the week):  "Forgiveness says you are given another chance to make a new beginning."  (Desmond Tutu)

        2.  Please tape in the following document to your composition book and add to Table of Contents using this August 27th chart

        3.  Complete the following Bill of Rights notes (on 2nd- 5th Amendments only) using this Bill of Rights power point part 1.

     

    Homework:  Complete 1st Amendment application to life -due on Wednesday August 29th!

     

    Tuesday August 28th

     

    Learning activity:  Students will provide textbook evidence to support the 7 principles of U.S. government.

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up:  What makes an effective government in life versus an ineffective government? 

        2.  Complete 7 principles of U.S. government assignment.   Note:  In order to complete this, you will have to get the reading text in class as I cannot post that online. 

     

    Homework:  Complete 1st Amendment application to life -due tomorrow!  

     

    Wednesday August 29th

     

    Learning activity:  Students will interact with their notes concerning the 5th- 10th Amendments. 

     

     Schedule: 

        1.  No warm up today

        2.  Turn in 1st Amendment application to life homework.

        3.  Complete the following Bill of Rights notes and written responses (on 2nd- 5th Amendments only.  Please use the Bill of Rights power point part 2 to fill in the notes.

     

    Homework:   None

     

    Thursday August 30th

     

    Learning activity:  Students will create an acrostic demonstrating their understanding of the Bill of Rights.

     

     Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up:  "Why do you think that 3 amendments (5th and 6th) are devoted to rights that people have in court?"

        2.  Please tape in the 7 principles of U.S. government assignment to your composition book and add to your Table of Contents following this August 30th chart

        3.  Complete 9th and 10th Amendments on notes sheet (1st period only).   Please use the Bill of Rights power point part 2 to fill in the notes. 

        4.  Complete Bill of Rights acrostic 

     

    Homework:  Do more work on Bill of Rights acrostic   Note:  We will finish this in class on Friday!

     

    Friday August 31st

     

    Learning activity:  Students will create an acrostic demonstrating their understanding of the Bill of Rights.

     

     Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up: "After learning about the Bill of Rights, I think that..."

        2.  Please tape in the Bill of Rights notes to your composition book as shown by this August 31st chart

        3.  Complete Bill of Rights acrostic

     

    Homework:  None

      

     

    Week 5

    August 20th- 24th

     

    Learning goal:  Students will analyze the structure/powers of U.S. government and the rights of people under that government. 

     

    Monday August 20th

     

    Learning activity:  Students will complete a classwork project on the 5 themes of geography. 

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up:  How is thankfulness related to contentment in life?   (connecting with quote of the week)

        2.  Complete 5 themes of geography project.   Note:  If you are not done, please take the poster home to complete.   Pay attention to the directions below under homework. 

     

    Homework:  Complete 5 themes of geography poster project- due this Thursday August 23rd! 

               Here are some at home poster directions.

     

    Tuesday August 21st

     

    Learning activity:  Students will brainstorm the purposes of government in the United States.

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up:   How would you define what the following term means:  government ?

        2.  Brainstorm the purposes of government with your table group- come up with the top 3 purposes that you think government exists.

        3.  Complete anticipatory guide on government unitNote:  Just mark in the "Before" column for now! 

        4. Government learning goal and concept sheet-   please pre-rate yourself on your knowledge of U.S. government.

        5. Preamble to the Constitution activity.   Please complete this to see what the Founders thought the goals of government should be.     When you are done with it, check your answers with the Preamble answer key

     

    Homework

    Complete 5 themes of geography poster project- due this Thursday August 23rd! 

               Here are some at home poster directions.

     

    Wednesday August 22nd

     

    Learning activity:  Students will apply the 1st Amendment to various scenarios. 

     

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up: What is a right that your parents give to you that you appreciate the most?  Why? 

        2.  Tape in the following documents to your composition book and attach to your Table of Contents as shown in this August 22nd chart

        3.  Read the following 1st Amendment text, following the instructions on it.   Note:  Text of the 5 First Amendment freedoms are from the Illinois First Amendment Center. 

        4.  Complete the 1st Amendment scenarios

     

    Thursday August 23rd

     

    Learning activity:  Students will discuss and justify the 5 freedoms of the 1st Amendment.

     

    Schedule: 

        1.  No warm up for today

        2.  Turn in 5 themes of geography poster- due today! 

        3.  4 Corners +1 activity on the 5 freedoms of the 1st Amendment

     

    Homework:  None

             

     

    Friday August 24th

     

    Learning activity:  Students will apply the 1st Amendment to various scenarios and their own lives. 

     

    Schedule: 

        1.  Complete warm up: "Which of the 1st Amendment freedoms (speech, press, petition, press, religion, or assembly) do you think is the most important?  Why?"

       2.  Turn in this week's warm ups to the turn in bin. 

       3.  Complete 1st Amendment scenarios (Note:  This is on the back side of the 1st Amendment text that you were given on Wednesday.)  

       4.  Complete 1st Amendment application to life

     

    Homework:   None

     

    Week 4

    August 13th- 17th

     

    Learning goal:  Students will utilize geographic tools and concepts.

     

    Monday August 13th

    Learning activity:   Students will locate places on a map using latitude and longitude.

    Schedule:

     1.  Complete warm up:   Why is it important in life to show compassion?  (based off Quote of the week below)

                      "True compassion means not only feeling another's pain but also being moved to help relieve it."-  Daniel Goleman

    2.  Complete critical thinking questions on Part 2 of geography analysis handout- turn this in when you are done!!

     

    3.  Use the following latitude and longitude power point to fill in these latitude and longitude notes.

     

    4.  Complete the following latitude and longitude map activity.

     

    Homework:   Complete Current event - due tomorrow!

     

    Tuesday August 14th

     

    Learning activity:   Students will complete a formative assessment on the 5 themes of geography.

     

    Schedule:

     1.  Complete warm up

    2.  Share out current events with 2 other people and turn in.

    3.  Complete formative assessment on 5 themes of geography (Note:  You will have to get this handout when you come back).

    4.  **1st period only-  Use the following latitude and longitude power point to fill in these latitude and longitude notes.

    5.  View CNN 10

     

    Homework:  None

     

    Wednesday August 15th

     

    Learning activity:   Students will begin a classwork project on the 5 themes of geography.

     

    Schedule:

     1.  Complete warm up:  "How does the following map demonstrate the concept of region?" 

     2.  Begin 5 themes of geography project using the following project directions.  Notice this project rubric for scoring information.

     

    Homework:   a.  All late and missing work is due tomorrow! 

                       b.  Continue reading your  1st quarter historical book.  Due on Monday Sept. 24th!

     

    Thursday August 16th

     

    Learning activity:   Students will continue a classwork project on the 5 themes of geography.

     

    Schedule:

     1.  Complete warm up:  "How does the following geographic photo (notice the photo on the left of the screen) demonstrate human-environment interaction?"  Note:   Use a key vocabulary term in your response.

    2.  Continue 5 themes project.    Here are some reminders

     

    Homework:   Continue reading your  1st quarter historical book.  Due on Monday Sept. 24th!

     

    Friday August 17th

     

    Learning activity:   Students will continue a classwork project on the 5 themes of geography.

     

    Schedule:

     1.  Complete warm up: " What does the following online chart tell us about the geographic theme of movement in Africa?   

     

     2.   Continue 5 themes project.    Here are some reminders

     

    Homework:   Continue reading your  1st quarter historical book.  Due on Monday Sept. 24th!

     

     

    Week 3

    August 6th- 10th

    Learning goal:  Students will utilize geographic tools and concepts.

     

    Monday August 6th

     

    Learning activity: Students will analyze various types of maps making observations and inferences. 

     

    Schedule: 

         1.  Complete warm up:   How can you apply the Quote of the week to your life?   "I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it.  The brave man [woman] is not he ]she] who does not feel afraid, but he [she] who conquers that fear."  - Nelson Mandela

         2.   Please tape in the informational text on various maps to your composition book (page 11) and add to your Table of Contents using this August 6th chart

         3. Current event passed out and explained- due next Tuesday August 14th. 

         4.  Use the following map analysis handout to answer questions on the maps below: 

                        Map #1

                        Map #2

                        Map #3

         5.  Turn in map analysis handout when done.

        Homework:  Complete Current event - due next Tuesday August 14th

     

     Tuesday August 7th

     

    Learning activity: Students will begin to create a graphic organizer on the geographic themes of location and place. 

     

    Schedule: 

             1.  Complete warm up:   "What does the word theme mean?  What are different ways in life that we use that term?"

             2.  Complete  map analysis handout for   Map #3 (turn in when you are done) 

             3.  Read 5 themes text, highlighting key terms and small phrases that you see as being important. (Note: Just read about themes of location and place).  Then do the following below: 

                    a.  Take a piece of typing paper.   *Set it up landscape style.  In the middle of the paper, label it as 5 themes of geography 

                     b.  On your typing paper, divide into 5 sections, leaving enough room in each section. 

                    c.  Follow these graphic organizer directions on your typing paper. 

     

    Homework:  Complete Current event - due next Tuesday August 14th

     

    Wednesday August 8th

     

    Learning activity: Students will create a graphic organizer explaining the 5 themes of geography.

     

    Schedule: 

             1.  Complete warm up:  "How does the following photograph of New York City show both physical characteristics (not made by humans) and human characteristics (made by humans)"? 

             2.  Read 5 themes texthighlighting key terms and small phrases that you see as being important. (Note: Just read about themes of location and place).  Then do the following below: 

                    a.  Take a piece of typing paper.   *Set it up landscape style.  In the middle of the paper, label it as 5 themes of geography 

                     b.  On your typing paper, divide into 5 sections, leaving enough room in each section. 

                    c.  Follow these graphic organizer directions on your typing paper. 

               3.  Read the same text above, but now focus on the following sections to read:  human-environment interaction, movement, and region.   

               4.   Repeat the steps in #2 above for this section so you will have a complete organizer of the 5 themes of geography.

     

     

    Homework:  Complete Current event - due next Tuesday August 14th

     

    Thursday August 9th

     

    Learning activity: Students will complete a graphic organizer explaining the 5 themes of geography.

     

    Schedule: 

             1.  Complete warm up:  "In what ways do humans positively and negatively impact the environment?"

             2.  Read 5 themes text,  focusing on the following sections to read:  human-environment interaction, movement, and region.  Please highlight key terms and small phrases that you see as being important. (Note: Just read about themes of location and place).  Then repeat the following below with the graphic organizer directions on your typing paper. 

               

     Homework:  Complete Current event - due next Tuesday August 14th

     

    Friday August 10th

     

    Learning activity: Students will observe and analyze photographs and critical thinking questions concerning the 5 themes of geography.

     

    Schedule: 

             1.  Complete warm up:  "Which of the 5 themes of geography do you think is the most interesting to learn about?  Why?" 

             2.  Please tape in the following document and add to your Table of Contents as shown in this August 10th chart

             3.  Use the following photographs to complete Part I of this geography analysis handout.

             4.  Complete critical thinking questions on Part 2 of geography analysis handout

     Homework:  a.   Complete graphic organizer of 5 themes of geography- if not already done

     

                        b.  Complete Current event - due on Tuesday August 14th

     

     

     

    Week 2

    July 30th- August 3rd

    Learning goal:  Students will utilize geographic tools and concepts.

     

    Monday July 30, 2018

     

    Learning activity: Students will take/interact with notes on why social studies matters.

    Schedule: 

             1.  Complete warm up:  "What is your reaction to the Quote of the week? 

                               "Think twice before you speak, because your words and influence will plant the seed of either success or failure in the mind of another.”  Napoleon Hill

            2.  Go over Class procedures notes (just letters A- E today)

            3.  Intro video clip on why social studies matters

            4.  Use the Why social studies matters power point to fill in the blank on these social studies notes.

     

    Homework:  None 

     

    Tuesday July 31st

    Learning activity:  Students will analyze and respond to reasons for learning social studies.

    Schedule:

                1.  Complete warm up:  "Is it ever valuable for someone in their life to remember their past?  Why or why not?"

                2.  1st quarter historical book information.  Please use the following book reflection when you turn in your assignment.

                3.  Complete social studies notes using the Why social studies matters power point

                4.  Begin why social studies matters homework.

     Homework:  Complete why social studies matters homework- due on Thursday

     

    Wednesday August 1,2018

    Learning activity:  Students will label major world features on a map.

    Schedule:

                1.  Complete warm up:  "Do you enjoy looking at maps?  If so, what types of maps do you enjoy viewing?  If not, why do maps not interest you? 

                2.  Complete Class procedures notes (letters F- J on handout)

                3. Geography learning goal and concept rating sheet- please circle a pre-rating of yourself for each geographic concept.

                4.  Use the following world map to label these geographic locations on it.

     Homework:  Complete why social studies matters homework- due tomorrow

     

    Thursday August 2, 2018

    Learning activity:  Students will mark up an informational text on major types of maps.

    Schedule:

                1.  Complete warm up:  "Which of the reasons for learning about social studies (that we took notes on) do you think is the most important?  Why?" 

               2.  Tape in your Class procedures notes and social studies notes to your composition book on pages 7 and 8.  Then, add to your Table of Contents using August 2nd Table of Contents

               3.  Turn in your why social studies matters homework upon your return to class.

               4.  Read the following informational text on various maps.  Follow the directions on it. Note:  The word bank choices are already filled in for you.

     

    Homework:   None

     

     Friday August 3, 2018

    Learning activity:  Students will analyze various types of maps, making observations and inferences about them.

    Schedule:

                1.  Complete warm up:  "What are 2 observations that you can make about the land of Arizona as shown in this physical map?

               2.  Tape in the Geography learning goal and concept rating sheet and world map to your composition book and add to the Table of Contents as shown in this August 3rd Table of Contents

               3.  Turn in warm ups for this week. 

               4.  Use the following map analysis handout to answer questions on the maps below: 

                        Map #1

                        Map #2

                        Map #3

     

    Homework:   None

     

    Week 1

    July 23rd- 27th

    Learning goal:  Students will build a classroom community of respect towards one another.

    Monday July 23, 2018

     

    Learning activity:  Students will participate in a student scavenger hunt to get to know their classmates.

    Schedule

             1.  Teacher introductions

             2.  Complete 1st day prompts (please turn this in upon your return to school).  

             3.  Participate in student scavenger hunt (Note: no need to make this activity up if you were absent today)

      Homework: 

            Complete student questionnaire- due tomorrow

     

    Tuesday July 24th:  Students will participate in a 4 Corners activity to demonstrate respect toward their classmates. 

     

    Schedule: 

               1. Complete warm up: (On a separate piece of paper) "What would make 7th grade an enjoyable and satisfying year for you? 

                        Note: On warm ups, please write in complete sentences.

               2.   Highlight major parts of social studies syllabus

               3. Go over Bogle Fight Song

               4.  Participate in 4 Corners activity

    Homework:    

              Complete template about yourself- due on Thursday

     

    Wednesday July 25th:  Students wilil reflect upon key questions concerning respect.

     

     Schedule:  

               1.  Complete warm up:  "What are some activities that we could do in class to help you learn content?"

               2.  Practice Bogle Fight Song.

               3.  Complete respect reflection ; then share with a partner.  Turn this in when done. 

               4.  View small video clip about respect.

    Homework:    

              Complete template about yourself- due tomorrow

     

    Thursday July 26th:  Students will introduce a classmate to the rest of the class to build a sense of community. 

     

      Schedule: 

              1.  Complete warm up:  "On a scale of 1-10 (with 1 being very low and 10 being very high), how would you rate the amount of effort you put into your schoolwork last year?  Explain why you rated yourself the way you did."

              2. Wrap up on respect reflection.  

              3.  Partners introduce themselves using the template about yourself - Please turn this assignment in upon your return to school.

       

    HomeworkBring a composition book to class tomorrow to set up.

     

    Friday July 27th: Students will set up their social studies composition book.

       Schedule:

               1.  Complete warm up:  "What are some ways that you can positively affect another person here at Bogle this year?"

               2.  Turn in warm ups for the week.

               3.   Please use the following composition book set up format to get your composition book ready. 

               4.  Class procedures notes

     

        Homework:  a.  Have parent complete your team packet and return to 3rd period teacher- due on Monday!

                           b.  Get agenda signed this weekend by parent and show to 3rd period teacher- due on Monday!