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Attention! Please view Canvas-Modules to access class and assignments.
This page is meant to assist with the class, not to substitute
for the class. Updates are usually made after 8 P.M.
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=Essential Question
SQ=Supporting Question
H=Handout
CW=Classwork (for grade)
HW
=Homework
Q=Quiz
WN=Writer's Notebook
ESOL Strategies Matrix
The Standards The highlighted
standards are the extremely important
ones addressed in my class.
September
Standards
Essential Questions: How can I become an effective communicator? How do our differences make us similar?
How can I productively create positive change?
Reading: Analyze
and evaluate an
author's claim
and delineate and
evaluate an
argument.

Writing:Analyze
an author's
purpose and the
use of rhetorical
deviced in a
seminal U.S.
document.

Listening: It's all
about the
listening! and
audio!
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
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1
I. Warm Up

A. In your Writer's
Notebook (WN) Respond
to  Prompt #3 Perspective

1. What do you think about
what is said? Do you agree
with the father, or do you
agree with the son? How
so? Why? Remember to
follow the Prompt Rubric.

a. If Class Notebook works
in Teams, let's use this
instead. You are my pilot
class for this activity.

B. Go to MyHrW, page
xxviii "Navigating Complex
Texts" by Carol Jago,  and
wait for me.  (Testing Class
Notebook in Teams).

II. Whole Class
A. Discuss "Navigating a
Text " by Carol Jago

III. Individual Work
A. Annotate the text
B. This is Me Inventory

IV. Homework
A. Anything not completed
in class will be homework.


See Canvas for the
above.
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I. Warm-Up
A.  Open two tabs: Teams and Canvas
B. Upload your annotated "Navigating Complex
Texts" copy

II. Individual Student
A. Upload ANNOTATED "Navigating Complex
Texts." This is what an Annotated Text looks
like:
Annotated Text.

1. Try to upload to Teams Class Notebook
2. I have opened an Assignment to upload the
annotated text (see next page for the
assignment, or if we are lucky, upload to
Teams Class Notebook)

III. Whole Class
A. Review "Navigating Complex Texts" with
Class
B. Review Diagnostic Test 2

IV. Individual Student
A. Catch Up
1. If you have a BLANK grade in Pinnacle, I
may not have gotten to it yet, make sure that
you have completed the assignment.
2. If you have a Zero "0" please go and
complete it. Then, send me a Canvas Inbox
message that you have completed it.
3. If you have completed every thing that has
been assigned until now and all others who are
done with the above,
a. Please work on the following ONLY when
you are done with the above:

https://www.noredink.com/learn/pretests/874503

Always go to Canvas Modules.
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I. Warm-Up
A.  Open two tabs: Teams and Canvas
B. Upload your annotated "Navigating Complex Texts"
copy

II. Individual Student
A. Upload ANNOTATED "Navigating Complex Texts." This
is what an Annotated Text looks like:
Annotated Text.

1. Try to upload to Teams Class Notebook
2. I have opened an Assignment to upload the annotated
text (see next page for the assignment, or if we are lucky,
upload to Teams Class Notebook)

III. Whole Class
A. Review "Navigating Complex Texts" with Class
B. Review Diagnostic Test 2

IV. Individual Student
A. Catch Up
1. If you have a BLANK grade in Pinnacle, I may not have
gotten to it yet, make sure that you have completed the
assignment.
2. If you have a Zero "0" please go and complete it. Then,
send me a Canvas Inbox message that you have
completed it.
3. If you have completed every thing that has been
assigned until now and all others who are done with the
above,
a. Please work on the following ONLY when you are done
with the above:

https://www.noredink.com/learn/pretests/874503

Always go to Canvas Modules.
4. I. Warm Up
Prompt #4 Labor Day
    Why do Americans and Canadians celebrate
    Labor Day? -Kenneth C. Davis
     1. View video in Rolling Agenda and
    respond to the above question in your
    Writer's Notebook.

II. Whole Class
    A.Review "Navigating Complex Texts."

III. Individual Work

A. NEWSELA-A Day to Unify Union Workers (due
next Tuesday)

    1. Remember to respond to the Multiple-
    Choice Questions and the Short-Response
    written questions. (There are two!)
    2. Focus on the question to be able to follow
    it completely while using RACES.

B. NoRedInk- Work on "Mastery Individual Tasks."

IV.
Homework

A. None-Be safe, be healthy.


Speaking:TBA


Viewing: See
Canvas (Labor
Day video) How to
create a pdf file
and upload it to
Canvas after
annotating it.
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No School-Labor Day
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I. Warm Up
Prompt #4 Labor Day
    Why do Americans
    and Canadians
    celebrate Labor
    Day? -Kenneth C.
    Davis
     1. View video in
    Rolling Agenda and
    respond to the
    above question in
    your Writer's
    Notebook.

II. Whole Class
    A.Review
    "Navigating Complex
    Texts."

III. Individual Work

A. NEWSELA-A Day to
Unify Union Workers (due
next Tuesday)

    1. Remember to
    respond to the
    Multiple-Choice
    Questions and the
    Short-Response
    written questions.
    (There are two!)
    2. Focus on the
    question to be able
    to follow it
    completely while
    using RACES.

B. NoRedInk- Work on
"Mastery Individual Tasks."

IV.
Homework

A. None-Be safe, be
healthy.
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I.
Warm Up
A. Take pictures of Prompts 1, 2, 3, 4 that
should be within your (Composition) Writer's
Notebook.
B. Find Team Class Notebook
C. Attach each picture to its respective
assignment within the Teams Assignment.  

1. Each prompt is 15 points, do a good job
following the Rubric before you attach the
image.

II.
Whole Class
A. Grammar Diagnostic Discussion-Review the
Quiz.

III.
Individual Work
A. Terms to Own
1. In your
Collections textbook Resource
Handbook in myHrw.com, or your own
textbook's Glossary at home, find the
definitions for each of the following words, and
copy them in your Writer's Notebook (please
do not copy from elsewhere):
a. Terms to Own  preview the document
2. "Labor Day" Newsela was due Thursday.
IV.
Homework
A. Anything not completed in class.
B. The NoRedInk Diagnostic is due Thursday
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I.
Warm Up
A. Take pictures of Prompts 1, 2, 3, 4 that should be
within your (Composition) Writer's Notebook.

B. Find Team Class Notebook
C. Attach each picture to its respective assignment within
the Teams Assignment.  
1. Each prompt is 15 points, do a good job following the
Rubric before you attach the image.

II.
Whole Class
A. Grammar Diagnostic Discussion-Review the
Quiz.(except period 5 and 7 because some students had
not taken the text, which was given on week 2 :-( )

III.
Individual Work
A. Terms to Own
1. In your
Collections textbook Resource Handbook in
myHrw.com, or your own textbook's Glossary at home,
find the definitions for each of the following words, and
copy them in your Writer's Notebook (please do not copy
from any other sources, only your textbook):
a. Terms to Own  Preview the document
2. "Labor Day" Newsela was due today.
IV.
Homework
A. Anything not completed in class.
B. The NoRedInk Diagnostic is due Thursday
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I. Warm Up
A.  Prompt # 5 September 11
Go to Teams, in Team Assignment, respond to the
following
question: What does September 11 mean
to you? (Only 25 min can be given to this). If you
need help remembering, see this clip:
B. After 30 minutes of class, the following film will
be shown:A Place at the Table.
1. Make sure that you take notes in your
notebook. You will have to respond to questions.
See the Next page to continue.

II. Whole Class
A. A Place at the Table
(view the video)
1. Take Notes in WN
2. Answer questions in Canvas
III. Homework
A. Continue to work on the Terms to Own (it will be
due next Thursday).
B. NoRedInk diagnostic is also due.
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I. Warm Up
A.  Prompt # 5
September 11
Go to Teams, in Team
Assignment, respond to
the following
question:
What does September
11 mean to you? (Only
25 min can be given to
this). If you need help
remembering, see this
clip:
B. After 30 minutes of
class, the following film
will be shown:A Place at
the Table.
1. Make sure that you
take notes in your
notebook. You will have
to respond to questions.
See the Next page to
continue.

II. Whole Class
A. A Place at the Table
(view the video)
1. Take Notes in WN
2. Answer questions in
Canvas
III. Homework
A. Continue to work on
the Terms to Own (it will
be due next Thursday).
B. NoRedInk diagnostic
is also due.
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Writing Diagnostic
Follow Canvas
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Essay Diagnostic
17

Homework:
    NoRedInk Diagnostic is due
    Terms to Own is due

    Labor Day Newsela is due


    "A Quilt of a Country"
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I. Warm-Up
A. Post the Terms to Own into Assignment
page.

II. Whole Class
A. Go to Collections, page 3-6 (I will share with
you)

III. Individual Work

A. In Discussions (to your left on Canvas),
discuss with your class:

Why does Anna Quindlen consider America to
be "an improbable idea"? Discuss Quindlen's
argument with the class. Make sure that you
reply to at least two other peer responses
(Honors) Core class will only respond to one
other class member.

IV. Homework
A. None-unless you owe work.
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I.
Warm-Up
A. Go to myHrw.com
(through Clever) and
look up page 8 from
Collections textbook.
You can also use your
textbook page 8 from
home.

II.
Small Group
A. Split up into teams
and together answer the
question assigned to
you.
B. Use Class Notebook
in Teams to answer the
question. A channel has
been created for you.

III.
Whole Class
A, Discuss "A Quilt of a
Country" questions that
were assigned to the
small group

IV.
Individual Work
A. Read the  Gettysburg
Addres
s  from the Next
page.

B. Respond to the
Discussion question
here in Canvas.
1. Follow the Rubric.
V.
Homework
A. View and work on the
following Resources in
Level Up Tutorials from
MyHRW.com under:
Writing and Conventions
A. Revising for Word
Choice
B. Using Transitions
C. Revising at the
Sentence Level
D. Revising to Add
Supporting Details
E. Revising for Unit,
Coherene, and
Organization
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I. Warm-Up
A. Go to myHrw.com
(through Clever) and look
up page 8 from Collections
textbook. You can also use
your textbook page 8 from
home.

II.
Small Group
A. Split up into teams and
together answer the
question assigned to you.
B. Use Class Notebook in
Teams to answer the
question. A channel has
been created for you.

III.
Whole Class
A, Discuss "A Quilt of a
Country" questions that
were assigned to the small
group

IV.
Individual Work
A. Read the  Gettysburg
Address
 from the Next
page.

B. Respond to the
Discussion question here
in Canvas.
1. Follow the Rubric.
V.
Homework
A. View and work on the
following Resources in
Level Up Tutorials from
MyHRW.com under:
Writing and Conventions
A. Revising for Word
Choice
B. Using Transitions
C. Revising at the
Sentence Level
D. Revising to Add
Supporting Details
E. Revising for Unit,
Coherene, and
Organization
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I. Warm-Up
A. Kahoot ! -The Argumentative Essay
II. Individual Student
A. MyHRW.com -Interactive Lesson Only
III. Whole Class
A.
The Gettysburg Address
B. Graded Discussion for the Gettysburg
Address
1. Follow the Rubric.

IV. Homework
A. Continue the Tutorials.
B. Write notes in your Writer's Notebook to
help keep you
organized, as there will many tutorials:

  1. Revising for Word Choice
  2. Using Transitions
  3. Revising at the Sentence Level  
  4. Revising to Add Supporting Details
  5. Revising for Unity, Coherence, and
    Organization

Use the Text/Me Chart to take notes.
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I. Warm-Up
A. Kahoot ! -The Argumentative Essay
II. Individual Student
A. MyHRW.com -Interactive Lesson Only
III. Whole Class
A.
The Gettysburg Address (Did not read for period 5)
B. Graded Discussion for the
Gettysburg Address
1. Follow the Rubric.

IV. Homework
A. Continue the Tutorials.
B. Write notes in your Writer's Notebook to help keep you
organized, as there will many tutorials:

  1. Revising for Word Choice
  2. Using Transitions
  3. Revising at the Sentence Level  
  4. Revising to Add Supporting Details
  5. Revising for Unity, Coherence, and Organization

Use the Text/Me Chart to take notes.
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Honors Only:

I. Warm-Up
A. Access the Writing Workshop at  The Writing
Process (Links to an external site.)

II. Whole Class
A. Review The Gettysburg Address, pages 27-28,
questions
B. Writing Arguments, pages R2-R3

III. Individual Student
A. Collections, Carefully read pages R16-21
1. Complete the Practice and Apply as follows:
a. R16 (5 points)
b. R 17 (3 points)
c. R18  (1 point)
d. R20 (4 Points)
e. R21 ( 3 points)
f. R21  ( 3 points)
g. Overall work and neatness (1 point) = Total 20
points)
Answer in a Word document or Google Document
and share when window opens.
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