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Final Exam Review- Acts 1 and 2 of The Crucible in Google Classroom

Final Exam Review- Acts 1 and 2 of The Crucible

Study the following to prep for our Final Exam for Fall Semester-
Read Acts 1 and 2 of The Crucible completely. Make sure you are reading the stage notes and directions included by the playwright, Arthur Miller.
Review our Crucible Packet, especially the study guide questions for Acts 1 and 2. These are the types of questions that will show up on the multiple choice section of the final exam.
Review the Course Hero videos included in our daily Warm Ups for The Crucible, Acts 1 and 2. Focus on characters, plot, and themes.
As each team presents, review the study guide questions for Act 2. Take note of information on characters, plot, themes and important quotes.
Format for the final exam:
Multiple Choice Section- Focuses on Acts 1 and 2 of The Crucible. 
Written section- Quote analysis paragraphs. The prompt will ask you to connect a quote that is provided to themes and character development.
Created by Diane Shires: Wednesday, December 6 12:36 PM

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Final Exam Review- Acts 1 and 2 of The Crucible in Google Classroom

Final Exam Review- Acts 1 and 2 of The Crucible

Study the following to prep for our Final Exam for Fall Semester-
Read Acts 1 and 2 of The Crucible completely. Make sure you are reading the stage notes and directions included by the playwright, Arthur Miller.
Review our Crucible Packet, especially the study guide questions for Acts 1 and 2. These are the types of questions that will show up on the multiple choice section of the final exam.
Review the Course Hero videos included in our daily Warm Ups for The Crucible, Acts 1 and 2. Focus on characters, plot, and themes.
As each team presents, review the study guide questions for Act 2. Take note of information on characters, plot, themes and important quotes.
Format for the final exam:
Multiple Choice Section- Focuses on Acts 1 and 2 of The Crucible. 
Written section- Quote analysis paragraphs. The prompt will ask you to connect a quote that is provided to themes and character development.
Created by Diane Shires: Wednesday, December 6 12:36 PM

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Crucible Packet scored Monday in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet scored Monday

Crucible Packet will be scored on Monday.
Bring your completed packet to class.
Created by Diane Shires: Sunday, December 17 12:36 AM

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Crucible Packet scored Monday in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet scored Monday

Crucible Packet will be scored on Monday.
Bring your completed packet to class.
Created by Diane Shires: Sunday, December 17 12:36 AM

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Crucible Packet scored Monday in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet scored Monday

Crucible Packet will be scored on Monday.
Bring your completed packet to class.
Created by Diane Shires: Sunday, December 17 12:36 AM

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Crucible Packet scored Monday in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet scored Monday

Crucible Packet will be scored on Monday.
Bring your completed packet to class.
Created by Diane Shires: Sunday, December 17 12:36 AM

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TEDx video assignment scoring in Google Classroom

TEDx video assignment scoring

Two of our TEDx videos were not viewed properly, as both were two part submissions, and only the second parts were viewed. We'd like to correct that today in class. We'll view the submissions, and then vote in class on the Google Form.
Created by Diane Shires: Monday, December 18 12:38 PM

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TEDx video assignment scoring in Google Classroom

TEDx video assignment scoring

Two of our TEDx videos were not viewed properly, as both were two part submissions, and only the second parts were viewed. We'd like to correct that today in class. We'll view the submissions, and then vote in class on the Google Form.
Created by Diane Shires: Monday, December 18 12:38 PM

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Crucible Packet- pages 6 and 7 in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet- pages 6 and 7

Crucible Packet:

Page 6- Read, highlight, and annotate each paragraph on page 6. Answer all questions at bottom of page. Use complete sentences for your answers. Need more room to write? Use the back blank pages, just make sure you title your work. Title, "McCarthyism and The Crucible- Page 6 Questions"
Page 7- Use team slides from today's classwork to write down each vocabulary word and definition on page 7. Need more room? Additional vocabulary words/ definitions can be written on blank pages on back of packet. Title as “Vocabulary- Page 7”
Created by Diane Shires: Friday, December 8 12:36 PM

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Crucible Packet- pages 4 and 5 in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet- pages 4 and 5

Instructions:
Read pages 4 and 5,
Highlight important information for each paragraph,
Write a brief summary annotation at the end of each paragraph,
When done reading, answer all 8 questions on page 5. Use complete sentences.
Created by Diane Shires: Wednesday, December 6 12:36 PM

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Crucible Packet- pages 4 and 5 in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet- pages 4 and 5

Instructions:
Read pages 4 and 5,
Highlight important information for each paragraph,
Write a brief summary annotation at the end of each paragraph,
When done reading, answer all 8 questions on page 5. Use complete sentences.
Created by Diane Shires: Wednesday, December 6 12:36 PM

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Crucible Packet- pages 4 and 5 in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet- pages 4 and 5

Instructions:
Read pages 4 and 5,
Highlight important information for each paragraph,
Write a brief summary annotation at the end of each paragraph,
When done reading, answer all 8 questions on page 5. Use complete sentences.
Created by Diane Shires: Wednesday, December 6 12:36 PM

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Crucible Packet- pages 4 and 5 in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet- pages 4 and 5

Instructions:
Read pages 4 and 5,
Highlight important information for each paragraph,
Write a brief summary annotation at the end of each paragraph,
When done reading, answer all 8 questions on page 5. Use complete sentences.
Created by Diane Shires: Wednesday, December 6 12:36 PM

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Team Review Activities- Acts 1 and 2- The Crucible in Google Classroom

Team Review Activities- Acts 1 and 2- The Crucible

See attached instructions.
Created by Diane Shires: Friday, December 8 12:36 PM

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Scholastic Awards- 1 submission- Research Argument Paper in Google Classroom

Scholastic Awards- 1 submission- Research Argument Paper

Please make sure the following are submitted before Wednesday night:
Submit you Researched Argument Essay,
Complete student account and make sure everything is completed,
Make sure you have 4 green checkmarks.
Upload your Critical Essay correctly. You may edit essay up to Friday around dinner time.
Created by Diane Shires: Monday, December 4 12:36 AM

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Scholastic Awards- 1 submission- Research Argument Paper in Google Classroom

Scholastic Awards- 1 submission- Research Argument Paper

Please make sure the following are submitted before Wednesday night:
Submit you Researched Argument Essay,
Complete student account and make sure everything is completed,
Make sure you have 4 green checkmarks.
Upload your Critical Essay correctly. You may edit essay up to Friday around dinner time.
Created by Diane Shires: Monday, December 4 12:36 AM

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Scholastic Awards- 1 submission- Research Argument Paper in Google Classroom

Scholastic Awards- 1 submission- Research Argument Paper

Please make sure the following are submitted before Wednesday night:
Submit you Researched Argument Essay,
Complete student account and make sure everything is completed,
Make sure you have 4 green checkmarks.
Upload your Critical Essay correctly. You may edit essay up to Friday around dinner time.
Created by Diane Shires: Monday, December 4 12:36 AM

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Scholastic Awards- 1 submission- Research Argument Paper in Google Classroom

Scholastic Awards- 1 submission- Research Argument Paper

Please make sure the following are submitted before Wednesday night:
Submit you Researched Argument Essay,
Complete student account and make sure everything is completed,
Make sure you have 4 green checkmarks.
Upload your Critical Essay correctly. You may edit essay up to Friday around dinner time.
Created by Diane Shires: Monday, December 4 12:36 AM

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Scholastic Awards- 1 submission- Research Argument Paper in Google Classroom

Scholastic Awards- 1 submission- Research Argument Paper

Please make sure the following are submitted before Wednesday night:
Submit you Researched Argument Essay,
Complete student account and make sure everything is completed,
Make sure you have 4 green checkmarks.
Upload your Critical Essay correctly. You may edit essay up to Friday around dinner time.
Created by Diane Shires: Monday, December 4 12:36 AM

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Crucible Packet- Pages 1-3, and Study Guide for Act 2 in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet- Pages 1-3, and Study Guide for Act 2

In class, complete pages 1-3 as classwork. Highlight important information and annotate key ideas for each paragraph.
Starting with Monday's class, work through study guide for Act 2 during each team's presentation.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Crucible Packet- Pages 1-3, and Study Guide for Act 2 in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet- Pages 1-3, and Study Guide for Act 2

In class, complete pages 1-3 as classwork. Highlight important information and annotate key ideas for each paragraph.
Starting with Monday's class, work through study guide for Act 2 during each team's presentation.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Crucible Packet- Pages 1-3, and Study Guide for Act 2 in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet- Pages 1-3, and Study Guide for Act 2

In class, complete pages 1-3 as classwork. Highlight important information and annotate key ideas for each paragraph.
Starting with Monday's class, work through study guide for Act 2 during each team's presentation.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Crucible Packet- Pages 1-3, and Study Guide for Act 2 in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet- Pages 1-3, and Study Guide for Act 2

In class, complete pages 1-3 as classwork. Highlight important information and annotate key ideas for each paragraph.
Starting with Monday's class, work through study guide for Act 2 during each team's presentation.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Crucible Packet- Pages 9 to 14 in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet- Pages 9 to 14

Finish listening to Act 1 audio and complete page 14 in packet before our next class.
Make sure pages 9 to 13 are completed as well.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 28 1:25 PM

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Crucible Packet- Pages 9 to 14 in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet- Pages 9 to 14

Finish listening to Act 1 audio and complete page 14 in packet before our next class.
Make sure pages 9 to 13 are completed as well.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 28 1:25 PM

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Crucible Packet- Pages 9 to 14 in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet- Pages 9 to 14

Finish listening to Act 1 audio and complete page 14 in packet before our next class.
Make sure pages 9 to 13 are completed as well.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 28 1:25 PM

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Crucible Packet- Pages 9 to 13 in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet- Pages 9 to 13

The Crucible Packet
    The Crucible Packet- Pages 9 to 13
Read text as a class
Highlight important ideas and Background information
Answer questions #1, #2, and #4
Created by Diane Shires: Friday, November 17 12:34 PM

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Crucible Packet- Pages 9 to 13 in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet- Pages 9 to 13

The Crucible Packet
    The Crucible Packet- Pages 9 to 13
Read text as a class
Highlight important ideas and Background information
Answer questions #1, #2, and #4
Created by Diane Shires: Friday, November 17 12:34 PM

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Crucible Packet- Pages 9 to 13 in Google Classroom

Crucible Packet- Pages 9 to 13

The Crucible Packet
    The Crucible Packet- Pages 9 to 13
Read text as a class
Highlight important ideas and Background information
Answer questions #1, #2, and #4
Created by Diane Shires: Friday, November 17 12:34 PM

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Thursday classwork---Salem Witch Trials/ McCarthy Hearings Notes  in Google Classroom

Thursday classwork---Salem Witch Trials/ McCarthy Hearings Notes

See instructions on document.
First 20 minutes on Thursday in class.
Created by Diane Shires: Sunday, November 26 12:35 PM

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Thursday classwork---Salem Witch Trials/ McCarthy Hearings Notes  in Google Classroom

Thursday classwork---Salem Witch Trials/ McCarthy Hearings Notes

See instructions on document.
First 20 minutes on Thursday in class.
Created by Diane Shires: Sunday, November 26 12:35 PM

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Padlet Team Assignment- Quotes for page 9 in Google Classroom

Padlet Team Assignment- Quotes for page 9

Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 28 1:25 PM

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Padlet Team Assignment- Quotes for page 9 in Google Classroom

Padlet Team Assignment- Quotes for page 9

Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 28 1:25 PM

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Padlet Team Assignment- Quotes for page 9 in Google Classroom

Padlet Team Assignment- Quotes for page 9

Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 28 1:25 PM

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Flip.com link to record your TEDx talk in Google Classroom

Flip.com link to record your TEDx talk

Preparation 
• Structure/ Organization--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Understanding of subject --- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Complete First Draft--- 5  4  3  2  1 
 Content 
• Topic related to theme (Beyond Boundaries- Diversity and Challenge)--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Examples, experience and research have depth--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Provided examples- both logos and pathos--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Personal stories have connections to data--- 5  4  3  2  1 
Delivery 
• Clarity of speech--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Smooth transition between points--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Enthusiasm (Volume)--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Pacing--- 5  4  3  2  1 
       Time
          •    Length of TEDx talk (5 to 15 minutes)--- _________ minutes
Created by Diane Shires: Wednesday, November 15 12:34 PM

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Flip.com link to record your TEDx talk in Google Classroom

Flip.com link to record your TEDx talk

Preparation 
• Structure/ Organization--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Understanding of subject --- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Complete First Draft--- 5  4  3  2  1 
 Content 
• Topic related to theme (Beyond Boundaries- Diversity and Challenge)--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Examples, experience and research have depth--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Provided examples- both logos and pathos--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Personal stories have connections to data--- 5  4  3  2  1 
Delivery 
• Clarity of speech--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Smooth transition between points--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Enthusiasm (Volume)--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Pacing--- 5  4  3  2  1 
       Time
          •    Length of TEDx talk (5 to 15 minutes)--- _________ minutes
Created by Diane Shires: Wednesday, November 15 12:34 PM

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Flip.com link to record your TEDx talk in Google Classroom

Flip.com link to record your TEDx talk

Preparation 
• Structure/ Organization--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Understanding of subject --- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Complete First Draft--- 5  4  3  2  1 
 Content 
• Topic related to theme (Beyond Boundaries- Diversity and Challenge)--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Examples, experience and research have depth--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Provided examples- both logos and pathos--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Personal stories have connections to data--- 5  4  3  2  1 
Delivery 
• Clarity of speech--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Smooth transition between points--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Enthusiasm (Volume)--- 5  4  3  2  1 
• Pacing--- 5  4  3  2  1 
       Time
          •    Length of TEDx talk (5 to 15 minutes)--- _________ minutes
Created by Diane Shires: Wednesday, November 15 12:34 PM

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Final Draft- TEDx talk in Google Classroom

Final Draft- TEDx talk

Edit the following:

1. Make sure your TEDx talk is between 5 to 15 minutes in length.
2 Read over your reviews from your peer feedback group on Thursday. Edit accordingly.
3. Add data, examples, personal stories, etc.
4. Due before Friday's class.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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After 2 peer reviews in library- please post information for your TEDx talk- in Google Classroom

After 2 peer reviews in library- please post information for your TEDx talk-

After you return from the library,
please post the following for your TEDx talk:
1. One sentence topic.
2. List important feedback from your team today.
3. What will you be editing, adding, changing in regard to your TEDx talk for your final draft?
4. Length of TEDx talk (minutes:seconds)
Created by Diane Shires: Wednesday, February 14 3:38 PM

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Feedback and timing your TEDx talk with your seat partner in Google Classroom

Feedback and timing your TEDx talk with your seat partner

Instructions:
First partner reads your TEDx talk to your seat partner.
Seat Partner times your TEDx talk.
Seat partner gives you verbal feedback based on attached rubric. One positive feedback, and one part you can work on for final draft. Use attached rubric for list of requirements.
As you listen to your seat partner, write down the following information here as your response:
1. Topic of your own TEDx talk,
2. Length of your TEDx talk (minutes: seconds)
3. Write down your seat partner's feedback for your own TEDx talk: 1 positive comment, and one comment on what you can improve.
Repeat procedure for your seat partner.
Created by Diane Shires: Friday, February 23 11:22 AM

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2 Peer Reviews for your TED talk in Google Classroom

2 Peer Reviews for your TED talk

Teams of 3,
Meet at table in library,
One team per table,
45 minutes in library,
Bring Peer Review forms, laptop, pen or pencil, cell phone.
Instructions:
First team member reads off their TED talk,
one person keeps time to record minutes and seconds on Speaker Evaluation,
Other two team members fill in Evaluation form for Speaker,
Give verbal feedback and give your completed form to first speaker.
Repeat for each speaker.
At end of 45 minutes, each team mate will have received two forms filled in with feedback for their TED talk.
Take a photo of your two Speaker Evaluation forms for your TED talk,
Begin editing your TED talk based on the feedback given.
Leave library at 45 minutes.
Work on revisions as homework.
Created by Diane Shires: Wednesday, November 8 12:34 PM

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2 Peer Reviews for your TED talk in Google Classroom

2 Peer Reviews for your TED talk

Teams of 3,
Meet at table in library,
One team per table,
45 minutes in library,
Bring Peer Review forms, laptop, pen or pencil, cell phone.
Instructions:
First team member reads off their TED talk,
one person keeps time to record minutes and seconds on Speaker Evaluation,
Other two team members fill in Evaluation form for Speaker,
Give verbal feedback and give your completed form to first speaker.
Repeat for each speaker.
At end of 45 minutes, each team mate will have received two forms filled in with feedback for their TED talk.
Take a photo of your two Speaker Evaluation forms for your TED talk,
Begin editing your TED talk based on the feedback given.
Leave library at 45 minutes.
Work on revisions as homework.
Created by Diane Shires: Wednesday, November 8 12:34 PM

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Outline for TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh Talk in Google Classroom

Outline for TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh Talk

Follow attached instructions.
Copy and paste one of the outline options onto your blank document.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Outline for TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh Talk in Google Classroom

Outline for TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh Talk

Follow attached instructions.
Copy and paste one of the outline options onto your blank document.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 2 12:36 PM

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Write Your Own TEDx Talk in Google Classroom

Write Your Own TEDx Talk

Instructions attached (blue sheet)
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, October 31 12:37 PM

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Final Draft- Researched Argument Essay in Google Classroom

Final Draft- Researched Argument Essay

Submit to both Google Classroom and to www.turnitin.com
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Warm Up Journals in Google Classroom

Warm Up Journals

23 journal entries as of Thursday, Oct. 26.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, October 24 12:36 PM

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Peer Reviews on www.turnitin.com in Google Classroom

Peer Reviews on www.turnitin.com

Complete 3 peer reviews on www.turnitin.com before class on Tuesday.
5 points for each peer review completed.
Total- 15 points
Created by Diane Shires: Friday, October 20 12:35 PM

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Peer Reviews on www.turnitin.com in Google Classroom

Peer Reviews on www.turnitin.com

Complete 3 peer reviews on www.turnitin.com before class on Tuesday.
5 points for each peer review completed.
Total- 15 points
Created by Diane Shires: Friday, October 20 12:35 PM

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First Draft- Researched Argument Essay in Google Classroom

First Draft- Researched Argument Essay

Submit to both Google Classroom and to www.turnitin.com
Created by Diane Shires: Monday, October 16 12:36 PM

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Outline for Researched Argument Essay in Google Classroom

Outline for Researched Argument Essay

Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

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Outline for Researched Argument Essay in Google Classroom

Outline for Researched Argument Essay

Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

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Rhetorical Terms Test #13 to #24 on Monday, Oct. 16 in Google Classroom

Rhetorical Terms Test #13 to #24 on Monday, Oct. 16

Study for Rhetorical Terms test on Monday, Oct. 16th.
Use the presentations on www.turnitin.com (discussion board) to study.
List of Rhetorical Terms is attached.
Test will cover definitions, author's literary purpose of each term, and identification of examples.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Rhetorical Terms Test #13 to #24 on Monday, Oct. 16 in Google Classroom

Rhetorical Terms Test #13 to #24 on Monday, Oct. 16

Study for Rhetorical Terms test on Monday, Oct. 16th.
Use the presentations on www.turnitin.com (discussion board) to study.
List of Rhetorical Terms is attached.
Test will cover definitions, author's literary purpose of each term, and identification of examples.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Rhetorical Terms Test #13 to #24 on Monday, Oct. 16 in Google Classroom

Rhetorical Terms Test #13 to #24 on Monday, Oct. 16

Study for Rhetorical Terms test on Monday, Oct. 16th.
Use the presentations on www.turnitin.com (discussion board) to study.
List of Rhetorical Terms is attached.
Test will cover definitions, author's literary purpose of each term, and identification of examples.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Rhetorical Terms Test #13 to #24 on Monday, Oct. 16 in Google Classroom

Rhetorical Terms Test #13 to #24 on Monday, Oct. 16

Study for Rhetorical Terms test on Monday, Oct. 16th.
Use the presentations on www.turnitin.com (discussion board) to study.
List of Rhetorical Terms is attached.
Test will cover definitions, author's literary purpose of each term, and identification of examples.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Final Vote- TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh Title in Google Classroom

Final Vote- TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh Title

Please vote for one of our three finalists for the title of TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh.
Our event is Saturday, March 9.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Final Vote- TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh Title in Google Classroom

Final Vote- TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh Title

Please vote for one of our three finalists for the title of TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh.
Our event is Saturday, March 9.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Final Vote- TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh Title in Google Classroom

Final Vote- TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh Title

Please vote for one of our three finalists for the title of TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh.
Our event is Saturday, March 9.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Final Vote- TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh Title in Google Classroom

Final Vote- TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh Title

Please vote for one of our three finalists for the title of TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh.
Our event is Saturday, March 9.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Day 4- Final Research Day in Google Classroom

Day 4- Final Research Day

For today's research, focus on the following:
Add any additional resources from the databases or your independent research,
Compose your first draft of your thesis statement,
Gather any additional quotes for your argument paper,
Add any additional sources to your Works Cited page.
Created by Diane Shires: Friday, October 6 12:35 PM

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Day 3- Research and Quotes Worksheet in Google Classroom

Day 3- Research and Quotes Worksheet

Created by Diane Shires: Wednesday, October 4 12:34 PM

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Thesis Statement Assignment in Google Classroom

Thesis Statement Assignment

Please highlight and annotate any notes in the margin. You will use this information to compose your first draft of your thesis statement.
Created by Diane Shires: Friday, October 6 12:35 PM

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First draft of your thesis statement in Google Classroom

First draft of your thesis statement

Please post your first draft of your thesis statement here. Remember,

an arguable thesis statement should identify the paper's topic and either assert a conclusion or present a problem, solution, cause-and-effect relationship, historical parallel, or evaluation of an idea. Make sure your thesis statement is specific and not too broad.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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First draft of your thesis statement in Google Classroom

First draft of your thesis statement

Please post your first draft of your thesis statement here. Remember,

an arguable thesis statement should identify the paper's topic and either assert a conclusion or present a problem, solution, cause-and-effect relationship, historical parallel, or evaluation of an idea. Make sure your thesis statement is specific and not too broad.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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First draft of your thesis statement in Google Classroom

First draft of your thesis statement

Please post your first draft of your thesis statement here. Remember,

an arguable thesis statement should identify the paper's topic and either assert a conclusion or present a problem, solution, cause-and-effect relationship, historical parallel, or evaluation of an idea. Make sure your thesis statement is specific and not too broad.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Decide on your top 3 choices for our TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh title! in Google Classroom

Decide on your top 3 choices for our TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh title!

Look over this list of the top choices for our TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh event. 
Criteria is listed below:
Best reflects our themes of  Diverse Voices and Overcoming Challenges,
Short, meaningful phrase or sentence,
Snappy and Catchy.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

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Decide on your top 3 choices for our TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh title! in Google Classroom

Decide on your top 3 choices for our TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh title!

Look over this list of the top choices for our TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh event. 
Criteria is listed below:
Best reflects our themes of  Diverse Voices and Overcoming Challenges,
Short, meaningful phrase or sentence,
Snappy and Catchy.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

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Question for Wednesday's class--- in Google Classroom

Question for Wednesday's class---

What is your status for your researched argument paper?
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, December 14 12:38 AM

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Notes- DataBase topics for Research Project in Google Classroom

Notes- DataBase topics for Research Project

Finish all  rows before next class and submit to GC.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Notes- DataBase topics for Research Project in Google Classroom

Notes- DataBase topics for Research Project

Finish all  rows before next class and submit to GC.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Notes- DataBase topics for Research Project in Google Classroom

Notes- DataBase topics for Research Project

Finish all  rows before next class and submit to GC.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Notes- DataBase topics for Research Project in Google Classroom

Notes- DataBase topics for Research Project

Finish all  rows before next class and submit to GC.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Class Notes for Research Intro in Google Classroom

Class Notes for Research Intro

As we start reading through the intro to our research paper, today in class please jot down a list of starter ideas that you are considering for your topic of research. Number them off.
Created by Diane Shires: Saturday, November 25 4:36 PM

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Class Notes for Research Intro in Google Classroom

Class Notes for Research Intro

As we start reading through the intro to our research paper, today in class please jot down a list of starter ideas that you are considering for your topic of research. Number them off.
Created by Diane Shires: Saturday, November 25 4:36 PM

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Declaration of Independence Worksheet in Google Classroom

Declaration of Independence Worksheet

See instructions on worksheet.
Red Textbook, page 156
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Declaration of Independence Worksheet in Google Classroom

Declaration of Independence Worksheet

See instructions on worksheet.
Red Textbook, page 156
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Declaration of Independence Worksheet in Google Classroom

Declaration of Independence Worksheet

See instructions on worksheet.
Red Textbook, page 156
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

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Declaration of Independence Worksheet in Google Classroom

Declaration of Independence Worksheet

See instructions on worksheet.
Red Textbook, page 156
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

Due:

Final Draft- High School Drama Synthesis Argument Essay in Google Classroom

Final Draft- High School Drama Synthesis Argument Essay

Make sure first draft is submitted on www.turnitin.com 
Peer Review- Share your copy of the Partner HSD Essay with at least one of your team mates (not your seat partner) During class today, they will edit and give you feedback, so that you can revise your final draft. Due Thursday morning.
Work on final draft. Use feedback from peer reviews on www.turnitin.com and team member feedback. Due Sunday night.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Final Draft- High School Drama Synthesis Argument Essay in Google Classroom

Final Draft- High School Drama Synthesis Argument Essay

Make sure first draft is submitted on www.turnitin.com 
Peer Review- Share your copy of the Partner HSD Essay with at least one of your team mates (not your seat partner) During class today, they will edit and give you feedback, so that you can revise your final draft. Due Thursday morning.
Work on final draft. Use feedback from peer reviews on www.turnitin.com and team member feedback. Due Sunday night.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Bring earbuds to Thursday's class for final iReady! in Google Classroom

Bring earbuds to Thursday's class for final iReady!

Created by Diane Shires: Sunday, December 24 4:39 AM

Due:

Bring earbuds to Thursday's class for final iReady! in Google Classroom

Bring earbuds to Thursday's class for final iReady!

Created by Diane Shires: Sunday, December 24 4:39 AM

Due:

Padlet- Team Assignment in Google Classroom

Padlet- Team Assignment

Instructions:
Roses and Thorns- Assign one person on your team as scribe. Each person from your teams  offers one "rose" and one "thorn" from this last week. Scribe types in "Best of..." for your team. Make sure you write your team # in the subject, and list everyone's name from your team.
Titles for TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh- Each teams will assign a scribe. Your team will collaborate on coming up with a title for our TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh event on March 9th. The theme focuses on diversity of voices, as well as challenges overcome. Please post the following: Team #, list of team members, and 2 or more potential titles for our TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh event. We will vote for the winner this next week!
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Padlet- Team Assignment in Google Classroom

Padlet- Team Assignment

Instructions:
Roses and Thorns- Assign one person on your team as scribe. Each person from your teams  offers one "rose" and one "thorn" from this last week. Scribe types in "Best of..." for your team. Make sure you write your team # in the subject, and list everyone's name from your team.
Titles for TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh- Each teams will assign a scribe. Your team will collaborate on coming up with a title for our TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh event on March 9th. The theme focuses on diversity of voices, as well as challenges overcome. Please post the following: Team #, list of team members, and 2 or more potential titles for our TEDxSouthPasadenaHigh event. We will vote for the winner this next week!
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Bring earbuds for iReady on Tuesday in Google Classroom

Bring earbuds for iReady on Tuesday

On Tuesday, we will have time in class for those that need to complete the iReady assessment. If needed, please bring earbuds to class.
Created by Diane Shires: Sunday, February 4 3:36 PM

Due:

Bring earbuds for iReady on Tuesday in Google Classroom

Bring earbuds for iReady on Tuesday

On Tuesday, we will have time in class for those that need to complete the iReady assessment. If needed, please bring earbuds to class.
Created by Diane Shires: Sunday, February 4 3:36 PM

Due:

Bring earbuds for iReady on Tuesday in Google Classroom

Bring earbuds for iReady on Tuesday

On Tuesday, we will have time in class for those that need to complete the iReady assessment. If needed, please bring earbuds to class.
Created by Diane Shires: Sunday, February 4 3:36 PM

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From "The Autobiography" - Benjamin Franklin in Google Classroom

From "The Autobiography" - Benjamin Franklin

Page 140 in red textbook. Complete all 9 margin questions.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

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From "The Autobiography" - Benjamin Franklin in Google Classroom

From "The Autobiography" - Benjamin Franklin

Page 140 in red textbook. Complete all 9 margin questions.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Common Writing Assessment- 40 minutes in Google Classroom

Common Writing Assessment- 40 minutes

Write a well-developed paragraph that supports your position.

 Include a topic sentence-opinion statement,(minimum one sentence)
 specific reasons-provide at least two reasons that support your opinion, (minimum of two sentences)
 backed by evidence-experiences and observations, (minimum of four sentences)
and elaboration-commentary, insights, a discussion of ethics/logic/ or emotions(minimum of four sentences).
Minimum of 11 sentences. Minimum of 150 words.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

Due:

Common Writing Assessment- 40 minutes in Google Classroom

Common Writing Assessment- 40 minutes

Write a well-developed paragraph that supports your position.

 Include a topic sentence-opinion statement,(minimum one sentence)
 specific reasons-provide at least two reasons that support your opinion, (minimum of two sentences)
 backed by evidence-experiences and observations, (minimum of four sentences)
and elaboration-commentary, insights, a discussion of ethics/logic/ or emotions(minimum of four sentences).
Minimum of 11 sentences. Minimum of 150 words.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

Due:

Common Writing Assessment- 40 minutes in Google Classroom

Common Writing Assessment- 40 minutes

Write a well-developed paragraph that supports your position.

 Include a topic sentence-opinion statement,(minimum one sentence)
 specific reasons-provide at least two reasons that support your opinion, (minimum of two sentences)
 backed by evidence-experiences and observations, (minimum of four sentences)
and elaboration-commentary, insights, a discussion of ethics/logic/ or emotions(minimum of four sentences).
Minimum of 11 sentences. Minimum of 150 words.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

Due:

Common Writing Assessment- 40 minutes in Google Classroom

Common Writing Assessment- 40 minutes

Write a well-developed paragraph that supports your position.

 Include a topic sentence-opinion statement,(minimum one sentence)
 specific reasons-provide at least two reasons that support your opinion, (minimum of two sentences)
 backed by evidence-experiences and observations, (minimum of four sentences)
and elaboration-commentary, insights, a discussion of ethics/logic/ or emotions(minimum of four sentences).
Minimum of 11 sentences. Minimum of 150 words.
Created by Diane Shires: Thursday, November 30 12:34 PM

Due:

"Sinners in the Hands of An Angry God" Worksheet in Google Classroom

"Sinners in the Hands of An Angry God" Worksheet

Read text on page  108, then complete margin questions and end of text questions on worksheet.
Upload to GC when done.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

"Sinners in the Hands of An Angry God" Worksheet in Google Classroom

"Sinners in the Hands of An Angry God" Worksheet

Read text on page  108, then complete margin questions and end of text questions on worksheet.
Upload to GC when done.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

High School Drama- Synthesis Argument Partner Essay in Google Classroom

High School Drama- Synthesis Argument Partner Essay

Create your own individual copy of  your partner essay. When all 6 paragraphs are complete, submit your copy here.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Partner Essay- High School Drama in Google Classroom

Partner Essay- High School Drama

Make one copy and share with partner. Collaborate together on each paragraph. Complete the first three paragraphs:
Intro paragraph
Background paragraph
First argument body paragraph
You and your partner will complete the second half of the synthesis argument essay next class.
When you and your partner are done with the first three paragraphs, work on:
iReady
Study for the rhetorical terms test on Thursday!
Entire first draft of essay due on Wednesday 9/13 before school.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

High School Drama- Synthesis Argument Partner Essay in Google Classroom

High School Drama- Synthesis Argument Partner Essay

Create your own individual copy of  your partner essay. When all 6 paragraphs are complete, submit your copy here.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Partner Essay- High School Drama in Google Classroom

Partner Essay- High School Drama

Make one copy and share with partner. Collaborate together on each paragraph. Complete the first three paragraphs:
Intro paragraph
Background paragraph
First argument body paragraph
You and your partner will complete the second half of the synthesis argument essay next class.
When you and your partner are done with the first three paragraphs, work on:
iReady
Study for the rhetorical terms test on Thursday!
Entire first draft of essay due on Wednesday 9/13 before school.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Worksheet for "The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano" in Google Classroom

Worksheet for "The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano"

Please read from our red textbook and complete all questions. Use complete sentences.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

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Worksheet for "The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano" in Google Classroom

Worksheet for "The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano"

Please read from our red textbook and complete all questions. Use complete sentences.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Texas and Boulders Taller - Worksheet 2023 in Google Classroom

Texas and Boulders Taller - Worksheet 2023

Follow instructions on document.
Pages 32 to 38 in red textbook.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Texas and Boulders Taller - Worksheet 2023 in Google Classroom

Texas and Boulders Taller - Worksheet 2023

Follow instructions on document.
Pages 32 to 38 in red textbook.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Study for first rhetorical terms test- #1 to #12 in Google Classroom

Study for first rhetorical terms test- #1 to #12

Test on September 7
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Study for first rhetorical terms test- #1 to #12 in Google Classroom

Study for first rhetorical terms test- #1 to #12

Test on September 7
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Padlet Assignment - High School Drama in Google Classroom

Padlet Assignment - High School Drama

Please post on both padlet links. Instructions on each padlet. Make sure to include your name at the top of your post.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

High School Drama- Synthesis Assignment (highlight and annotate) in Google Classroom

High School Drama- Synthesis Assignment (highlight and annotate)

Highlight and annotate document. Scan and upload to Google Classroom
Next, complete the following:
Choose your top 3 sources in the packet. Clearly mark in your packet #1, #2, #3 next to your top 3 sources.
At the bottom of page one (in the blank space) jot down your first draft of your thesis statement. For your thesis statement, include the following:
1. Your opinion- Example. Marc should break up with Carly or Carly should break up with Marc.
2. Top 3 reasons that supports your thesis (opinion)
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Padlet Assignment - High School Drama in Google Classroom

Padlet Assignment - High School Drama

Please post on both padlet links. Instructions on each padlet. Make sure to include your name at the top of your post.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

High School Drama- Synthesis Assignment (highlight and annotate) in Google Classroom

High School Drama- Synthesis Assignment (highlight and annotate)

Highlight and annotate document. Scan and upload to Google Classroom
Next, complete the following:
Choose your top 3 sources in the packet. Clearly mark in your packet #1, #2, #3 next to your top 3 sources.
At the bottom of page one (in the blank space) jot down your first draft of your thesis statement. For your thesis statement, include the following:
1. Your opinion- Example. Marc should break up with Carly or Carly should break up with Marc.
2. Top 3 reasons that supports your thesis (opinion)
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Please join the Counselor's GC! in Google Classroom

Please join the Counselor's GC!

Please join the counselors' Class of 2025 Google Classroom. The counselors want to make sure all juniors get the same information when they post notices.

The code is: j46dhik
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Please join the Counselor's GC! in Google Classroom

Please join the Counselor's GC!

Please join the counselors' Class of 2025 Google Classroom. The counselors want to make sure all juniors get the same information when they post notices.

The code is: j46dhik
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

The Iroquois Constitution in Google Classroom

The Iroquois Constitution

Follow instructions on documents.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

The Iroquois Constitution in Google Classroom

The Iroquois Constitution

Follow instructions on documents.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Rhet Terms #1 to #12- Presentation Notes 2023 in Google Classroom

Rhet Terms #1 to #12- Presentation Notes 2023

Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Rhet Terms #1 to #12- Presentation Notes 2023 in Google Classroom

Rhet Terms #1 to #12- Presentation Notes 2023

Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Bring earbuds to class for fall iReady diagnostic! in Google Classroom

Bring earbuds to class for fall iReady diagnostic!

Please bring earbuds to class for our fall iReady diagnostic.
I'll have a few headphones ready as backups.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Synthesis Argument Essay Structure- Intro- 2023 in Google Classroom

Synthesis Argument Essay Structure- Intro- 2023

Take notes. For each video:

1. Write down title of video,
2. Write down 5 to 10 bullet points for notes.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Synthesis Argument Essay Structure- Intro- 2023 in Google Classroom

Synthesis Argument Essay Structure- Intro- 2023

Take notes. For each video:

1. Write down title of video,
2. Write down 5 to 10 bullet points for notes.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Student Notes- Formatting an Argument/ Synthesis Essay- 2023 in Google Classroom

Student Notes- Formatting an Argument/ Synthesis Essay- 2023

Instructions:
Take notes. 
May use bullet points or paragraph format.
Minimum one page of notes. Recommended: Exceed minimum.
Due today.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Student Notes- Formatting an Argument/ Synthesis Essay- 2023 in Google Classroom

Student Notes- Formatting an Argument/ Synthesis Essay- 2023

Instructions:
Take notes. 
May use bullet points or paragraph format.
Minimum one page of notes. Recommended: Exceed minimum.
Due today.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Bring earbuds to class for fall iReady diagnostic! in Google Classroom

Bring earbuds to class for fall iReady diagnostic!

Please bring earbuds to class for our fall iReady diagnostic.
I'll have a few headphones ready as backups.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, January 16 9:38 AM

Due:

Bring earbuds to class for fall iReady diagnostic! in Google Classroom

Bring earbuds to class for fall iReady diagnostic!

Please bring earbuds to class for our fall iReady diagnostic.
I'll have a few headphones ready as backups.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, January 16 9:38 AM

Due:

Bring earbuds to class for fall iReady diagnostic! in Google Classroom

Bring earbuds to class for fall iReady diagnostic!

Please bring earbuds to class for our fall iReady diagnostic.
I'll have a few headphones ready as backups.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, January 16 9:38 AM

Due:

When Grizzlies Walked Upright/ The Navajo Origin Legend in Google Classroom

When Grizzlies Walked Upright/ The Navajo Origin Legend

Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

When Grizzlies Walked Upright/ The Navajo Origin Legend in Google Classroom

When Grizzlies Walked Upright/ The Navajo Origin Legend

Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Syntactical ambiguity vs. Lexical ambiguity in Google Classroom

Syntactical ambiguity vs. Lexical ambiguity

Please complete the following:
1. Write down the definition of "syntactical ambiguity"
2. Write down an example of "syntactical ambiguity"
3. Write down the definition of "lexical ambiguity"
4. Write down an example of "lexical ambiguity"
Created by Diane Shires: Monday, January 29 6:39 AM

Due:

Syntactical ambiguity vs. Lexical ambiguity in Google Classroom

Syntactical ambiguity vs. Lexical ambiguity

Please complete the following:
1. Write down the definition of "syntactical ambiguity"
2. Write down an example of "syntactical ambiguity"
3. Write down the definition of "lexical ambiguity"
4. Write down an example of "lexical ambiguity"
Created by Diane Shires: Monday, January 29 6:39 AM

Due:

Syntactical ambiguity vs. Lexical ambiguity in Google Classroom

Syntactical ambiguity vs. Lexical ambiguity

Please complete the following:
1. Write down the definition of "syntactical ambiguity"
2. Write down an example of "syntactical ambiguity"
3. Write down the definition of "lexical ambiguity"
4. Write down an example of "lexical ambiguity"
Created by Diane Shires: Monday, January 29 6:39 AM

Due:

Syntactical ambiguity vs. Lexical ambiguity in Google Classroom

Syntactical ambiguity vs. Lexical ambiguity

Please complete the following:
1. Write down the definition of "syntactical ambiguity"
2. Write down an example of "syntactical ambiguity"
3. Write down the definition of "lexical ambiguity"
4. Write down an example of "lexical ambiguity"
Created by Diane Shires: Monday, January 29 6:39 AM

Due:

Rhetorical Terms Presentations in Google Classroom

Rhetorical Terms Presentations

20 minute team prep on Monday.
Presentations start during the second half of the period.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Rhetorical Terms Presentations in Google Classroom

Rhetorical Terms Presentations

20 minute team prep on Monday.
Presentations start during the second half of the period.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

The Earth On Turtle's Back- Response  in Google Classroom

The Earth On Turtle's Back- Response

See document for instructions.
Page 16 in red textbook.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

The Earth On Turtle's Back- Response  in Google Classroom

The Earth On Turtle's Back- Response

See document for instructions.
Page 16 in red textbook.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Student Data Sheet in Google Classroom

Student Data Sheet

Complete and submit to GC by Monday night.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Bring Composition Book to Class for Warm Ups in Google Classroom

Bring Composition Book to Class for Warm Ups

Have Composition Book ready for Thursday's class!
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Syllabus 11H in Google Classroom

Syllabus 11H

Highlight important topics/ info for each section and submit to GC.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Student Data Sheet in Google Classroom

Student Data Sheet

Complete and submit to GC by Monday night.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Bring Composition Book to Class for Warm Ups in Google Classroom

Bring Composition Book to Class for Warm Ups

Have Composition Book ready for Thursday's class!
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM

Due:

Syllabus 11H in Google Classroom

Syllabus 11H

Highlight important topics/ info for each section and submit to GC.
Created by Diane Shires: Tuesday, November 14 8:40 AM