Sunday, September 8, 2019

English 206, Week 7 (9/9-9/13)

by Mary Rasbach on September 8, 2019

Posted in: 12th Grade

ObjectiveWork
MonAnderson Public Library PresentationsAnderson Public Library Presentations. BE RESPECTFUL.
TueI can examine special connotations of three core “marks of greatness”: blindness, heart disease, illness.In Class: Final Quiz! Chap 22-26. Review and discuss chapters 22-24 (Blindness, heart disease, and illness)

Homework: Review chapters 25 & 26
WedI can discuss how to read around my own “critical blind spots” and acknowledge that my criticism will become better over time when I have read more broadly and become more conscious of my own biases.

I can discuss how irony complicates everything we’ve studied in this whole book.
In Class: Review and discuss chapters 25 & 26 (biases influence on criticism; irony’s complications)

Homework: Review Frankenstein to refresh memory.
ThuI can begin developing my criticism of Frankenstein through the lens of my assigned chapter from HTRLLAP.In Class: Review Frankenstein presentation assignment, assign chapters from HTRLLAP to individual student. Pair up students to help each other brainstorm approaches. Provide composition time.

Homework: Continue developing presentation outline.
FriI can continue developing my presentationIn Class: Presentation work day.

Homework: Continue presentation development over weekend. Presentations begin Tuesday.
ObjectiveWork
MonAnderson Public Library PresentationsAnderson Public Library Presentations. BE RESPECTFUL.
TueI can review my writing workshop composition in peer groups and focus on revising for effective description.In Class: Peer groups/partners read & review peer work and evaluate description efficacy. Revise based on peer feedback. Briefly describe how you believe your essay grew (or did not grow) based on feedback.
Homework: Read and annotate Ann Hodgman’s essay and complete reading comprehension questions.
WedI can discuss Hodgman’s essay for comprehension, structure, and style.In Class: Discuss Hodgman’s essay for comprehension, and evaluating structure and style. Focus on descriptive sections and explain what best successes are.
Homework: None
ThuI can explore description through my writing journal and a short descriptive essay.In Class: Complete Hodgman reading journal and writing workshop activities.

Homework: Complete Hodgman reading journal and writing workshop activities.
Fri I can review my writing workshop composition in peer groups and focus on revising for effective description. In Class: Peer groups/partners read & review peer work and evaluate description efficacy. Revise based on peer feedback. Briefly describe how you believe your essay grew (or did not grow) based on feedback.
Homework: Read and annotate E.B. White’s essay and complete reading comprehension questions.

English 12, Week 7 (9/9-9/13)

by Mary Rasbach on September 8, 2019

Posted in: 12th Grade

Every Thursday, Vocab Lesson is due.
Every Friday, Vocab Quiz at start of period.

ObjectiveWork
MonAnderson Public Library PresentationsAnderson Public Library Presentations. BE RESPECTFUL.
TueI can review the “story within a story” told at Beowulf’s victory feast and discuss how they reflect the plot of Beowulf and its characters. I can further examine use of kennings.In Class: Read and discuss lines 852-1250. Examine parallel plot lines between Beowulf and scop’s tale. Examine kennings in original Old English.
Homework: Complete Activity 2.05 if not done in class. Read JRR Tolkien’s criticism on Beowulf (located in Activity 2.06 assignment). Study for Beowulf Quiz.
WedI can break down and discuss elements of JRR Tolkien’s criticism on BeowulfIn Class: Beowulf Quiz. Review Tolkien’s essay as a whole; walk through elements of Tolkien’s criticism; complete Activity 2.06 as a class.
Homework: Complete Activity 2.06 if not done as a class.
ThuI can review the concept of archetype and begin writing an essay comparing how the same passage in two translations of Beowulf develop the themes of heroes vs. villains and the creation of archetype.In Class: Define and explore concept of archetype; introduce essay assignment. Begin writing essay.

Homework: Continue writing essay. Due 11:59 pm Friday. It is a quiz grade.
FriI can complete writing my essay.In Class: Vocab Quiz 4; complete writing essay.

Homework: Essay due 11:59 pm. It is a quiz grade.

AFJROTC Classes Week of September 9 – 13, 2019

Monday, September 9, 2019

Drill (2nd Year Cadets)

AS 100 – Proper Reporting Procedures

AS 400 – Principles of Management Textbook Page 6, Quick Write

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

AS 100 Cadet Ranks

AS 400 Selection of Business Teams (Project)

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Cadet Creed Test

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Uniform Inspection: Service Dress Uniform

**Service Coat, Short Sleeve Blouse/Shirt, Tie/Tie Tab, Trousers/Slacks, Name Tags, Rank/Ribbons, Belt/Buckle, Plain Black Socks, Shined Black Shoes. Males; Plain White V-Neck T-Shirt**

See your Instructor if you do not have any of the above uniform items. You may wear Long Sleeved Blouse/Shirt if you do not have Short Sleeves.

Friday, September 13, 2019

PT (Large Gym)

Hello all,

We are going to continue talking about the Legislative Branch and Article I. Here is an introductory video:

We’ll then focus specifically on how laws are passed. Here is an infographic:

Hello all,

We finished our timelines and went over them on Friday. I told you to go over them again this weekend, because we might be having some kind of quiz. Well, that’s exactly what we will do on Monday. If you ask nicely, I may give you a few minutes before to look over your timeline again before the quiz. Then we are moving on into the Revolutionary War. This week will be dedicated to the Revolutionary War, and next week, we will focus on preparing for our cumulative assessment.

Week of 9/9 – 9/13

by Abigail Renner on September 8, 2019

Posted in: Uncategorized

Just a few reminders for our cadets:

  1. Be respectful to all other cadets and teachers.
  2. It is important that cadets are completing class work and homework on time.
  3. Compass is super important and we are tracking their progress weekly.
  4. Binders are sent home nightly – look there for data updates.
  5. Practice spelling words at home!

If you ever have any questions feel free to contact me via Remind or email!

Objective: to review verbs ser vs estar, hay que and tener que and ir + a + infinitive verbs to discuss plans.

Image result for hola

lunes: Pd. 4 Un poco mas p. 29 Acts. 1-3

HW: #15 & 16 on www.studyspanish.com basic quiz and mini test

martes: Nuestros Planes Acts. 3-4 p. 28

#23 on www.studyspanish.com basic quiz and mini test

miercoles: 24 Horas en Español p. 30

jueves: Review stem-changing verbs

use of ser vs. estar

viernes:

Review for test on Monday over Unit 0

Objective: to use vocabulary to introduce yourself and others and to understand the difference between formal and informal language

Image result for hola

lunes: I will be out Monday morning

Pd 1– start vocab cards p. 58 Due next Friday 9/13/19

study Communica p 38

Duolingo

Pd 6/8Acts. 5 (as a class) Acts 6 & 7 w/ partners

martes: Pd 1-Acts. 5 (as a class) Acts 6 & 7 w/ partners

  • Comunica p. 38
  • Acts. 1, 3, & 4 p. 38-9

miercoles: Accion! Antes del video Acts. 1-3 p. 40

  • durante el video: Acts. 4-7 p. 41

jueves: Palabra por palabra p. 42 Acts1-4 p. 42

viernes: Vocab cards due

  • In class oral activities 5-8 p. 43

Monday: Note on Tissues – Epithelial: Simple stratified and glandular

Tuesday: Finish epithelial tissue. Connective Tissue, Matrix, Bone Carthage

Wednesday:

Thursday: Finish connective: Hyaline elastic, loose, Muscle and nervous.

Friday: Tissue repair and development.