2017 – 2018 Trimester 1 Agenda

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Week 1: September 4 – 8

September 4

Labor Day – No School

September 5

Welcome Freshman First Day of School!

September 6

  1. Welcome!
  2. Syllabus
  3. Seats?
  4. The writing process
  5. I Am the One Who...
  • Homework: Return yellow form by FRIDAY!

September 7

  1. Journal #1 (Put journal number and date in your notebook)-- What is the writing process, and what, more specifically, is "prewriting"? Explain.
  2. I Am the One Who
  3. More brainstorming!
  4. Homework: Return yellow form by FRIDAY, rules and procedures quiz on FRIDAY!

September 8

  1. Journal #2: What is one belief you brainstormed yesterday that you feel strongly about? Explain and tell how it impacts your life.

  2. Turn in yellow form

  3. I Am the One Who

  4. Syllabus Quiz 

  5. Grammar/ Punctuation Pre-Test 

  6. This I Believe pennant design ideas--brainstorm your design

  7. Homework: Have a fun weekend!

Week 2: September 11 – 15

September 11

  1. Journal #3: How did you find a good quote for your pennant? Who said/ wrote your quote?
  2. Work on pennant design
  3. Common proofreading marks-- What are they? and  How do you use them?
  4. This I Believe essays
  5. Homework: Finalize design for pennant, meet in room 18 tomorrow to design pennant, common proofreading marks quiz on Friday

September 12

  1. Journal #4: What aspects of the essays we read yesterday in class were the most engaging? What techniques from these essays could you use in your own writing? Explain.

  2. Proofreading marks practice

  3. Create folders

  4. Work on pennant design-- instructions HERE

  5. Homework: Final pennant due Friday by 4pm, meet in room 18 tomorrow, common proofreading marks quiz on Friday, parent night is Thursday from 6-8pm!

September 13

  1. Journal #5: What hints and tips are important to remember when using Photoshop and making your pennant? Use details from yesterday to explain.

  2. Proofreading marks practice

  3. Work on pennant design-- instructions HERE

  • Homework: Final pennant due Friday by 4pm, meet in room 18 tomorrow, common proofreading marks quiz on Friday

  • Upcoming events: NW Christian University in library at 8:50 on Oct. 12, parent night is Thursday from 6-8pm!

September 14

  1. Journal #6: What MUST you have on your pennant before submitting it today?

  2. Proofreading marks practice

  3. How to save your pennant

  4. Work on pennant design-- instructions HERE

  • Homework: Final pennant due TOMORROW by 4pm, common proofreading marks quiz TOMORROW

  • Upcoming events: NW Christian University in library at 8:50 on Oct. 12, parent night is TODAY from 6-8pm

September 15

  1. Journal #7: Tell about one event or moment in your life that helped shape one of your beliefs.

  2. Proofreading marks quiz

  3. Finish actively reading This I Believe essays

  4. Brainstorm and plan This I Believe essays

  • Homework: Final pennant due TODAY by 4pm, finish This I Believe notecards by Tuesday at the start of class

  • Upcoming events: NW Christian University in library at 8:50 on Oct. 12


Week 3: September 18 – 22

September 18

  1. Journal #8: What sort of notecards are you creating to make your This I Believe essays amazing?

  2. Proofreading marks quiz review

  3. Parts of Speech

  4. Work on notecards

  • Homework: Finish This I Believe notecards by Tuesday at the start of class, parts of speech quiz on Friday

  • Upcoming events: BIS College Night on Oct. 4th at 6pm in tech center, NW Christian University in library at 8:50 on Oct. 12

September 19

  1. Journal #9: What order can you put your notecards in to make your essay the most engaging and impactful it can be?

  2. Take out notecards

  3. Proofreading marks quiz review

  4. Parts of Speech game

  5. Work on notecards-- put in most effective order and add transitions

  • Homework: Parts of speech quiz on Friday

  • Upcoming events: BIS College Night on Oct. 4th at 6pm in tech center, NW Christian University in library at 8:50 on Oct. 12

September 20

  1. Journal #10: What steps of the writing process have you used in your This I Believe essay so far? Explain.

  2. Take out taped notecards with transitions

  3. Proofreading marks quiz review

  4. This I Believe essay rubric

  5. Type essay

  • Homework: Parts of speech quiz on Friday, typed essay due by middle of class tomorrow

  • Upcoming events: BIS College Night on Oct. 4th at 6pm in tech center, NW Christian University in library at 8:50 on Oct. 1

September 21

  1. Journal #11: What steps of the writing process have you used in your This I Believe essay so far? Explain.

  2. Parts of Speech review

  3. Type essay-- share with someone in class AND SULLIVAN by the middle of class-- make comments on your partner's doc

  4. Homework: Parts of speech quiz on Friday, printed essay due at the end of class on Friday

  5. Upcoming events: BIS College Night on Oct. 4th at 6pm in tech center, NW Christian University in library at 8:50 on Oct. 1, U of O in library at 1:45 on Oct. 18th, SOU at 9 and 12:30 on Sept. 29, OIT in conference room at 10 on Oct. 4, George Fox in library at 1 on Oct. 19, OSU in conference room at 9 on Oct. 20, get Powder Puff info from front office

September 22

  1. Journal #12: What are some features that you might suggest your partner add to his/ her essay? What errors will you suggest he/she remove or correct?

  2. Parts of Speech

    Quiz HERE
  3. Type essay-- make sure to comment on your partner's, read your partner's comments on yours, print before the end of class, and staple a rubric to the top. Format using the details on the rubric.

  4. Homework: Have a wonderful weekend!

  5. Upcoming events: BIS College Night on Oct. 4th at 6pm in tech center, NW Christian University in library at 8:50 on Oct. 1, U of O in library at 1:45 on Oct. 18th, SOU at 9 and 12:30 on Sept. 29, OIT in conference room at 10 on Oct. 4, George Fox in library at 1 on Oct. 19, OSU in conference room at 9 on Oct. 20, get Powder Puff info from front office

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Week 4: September 25 – 29

September 25

  1. Journal #13: What is religion? Explain your definition.

  2. ALICE training

  3. Review proofreading marks quiz-- can retake this week beginning tomorrow at lunch or before/ after school

  4. Conjunctions

  5. Body Ritual Among the Nacirema

  6. Homework: Conjunctions and Parts of Speech quiz on Friday, retake proofreading marks quiz this week

  7. Upcoming events: BIS College Night on Oct. 4th at 6pm in tech center, NW Christian University in library at 8:50 on Oct. 1, U of O in library at 1:45 on Oct. 18th, SOU at 9 and 12:30 on Sept. 29, OIT in conference room at 10 on Oct. 4, George Fox in library at 1 on Oct. 19, OSU in conference room at 9 on Oct. 20, get Powder Puff info from front office, Sierra Nevada College will be here on Oct. 3 at 1 in the library

September 26

  1. Journal #14: What surprises you most about the Nacirema culture so far? Explain.

  2. Sports medicine career?

  3. Body Ritual Among the Nacirema

  4. Finish conjunctions

  5. Review essays and pennants-- corrections due Friday (mandatory)

  6. Homework: Meet in room 18 tomorrow, finish essay reflection, conjunctions and Parts of Speech quiz on Friday, retake proofreading marks quiz this week

  7. Upcoming events: BIS College Night on Oct. 4th at 6pm in tech center, NW Christian University in library at 8:50 on Oct. 1, U of O in library at 1:45 on Oct. 18th, SOU at 9 and 12:30 on Sept. 29, OIT in conference room at 10 on Oct. 4, George Fox in library at 1 on Oct. 19, OSU in conference room at 9 on Oct. 20, get Powder Puff info from front office, Sierra Nevada College will be here on Oct. 3 at 1 in the library, SOU College Fair on Tuesday!

September 27

  1. Journal #15: What lessons can we take away from Body Ritual Among the Nacirema? Explain.

  2. Go to THIS website to register for Tuesday's college fair-- Click on the state of Oregon > then attending the 3rd listed Association PNACAC 10/4 @ Southern Oregon University > Register Now​, print the barcode and give it to Sullivan

  3. VOTE HERE for homecoming court

  4. Practice conjunctions

  5. Correct pennants and get Sullivan's approval before re-turning them in to the P drive

  6. Correct essays-- print new copy and staple to top of stack (reflection, rubric, old copy)-- these are due Friday by 4pm

  7. Homework: Conjunctions and Parts of Speech quiz on Friday, retake proofreading marks quiz this week, corrected essays due Friday by 4pm

  8. Upcoming events: BIS College Night on Oct. 4th at 6pm in tech center, NW Christian University in library at 8:50 on Oct. 1, U of O in library at 1:45 on Oct. 18th, SOU at 9 and 12:30 on Sept. 29, OIT in conference room at 10 on Oct. 4, George Fox in library at 1 on Oct. 19, OSU in conference room at 9 on Oct. 20, get Powder Puff info from front office, Sierra Nevada College will be here on Oct. 3 at 1 in the library, SOU College Fair on Tuesday

September 28

  1. Journal #16: What changes did you make or will you make to your essay before turning it in on Friday? Explain.

  2. Go to THIS website to register for Tuesday's college fair-- Click on the state of Oregon > then attending the 3rd listed Association PNACAC 10/4 @ Southern Oregon University > Register Now​, print the barcode and give it to Sullivan-- JB, HF, DG, BH, GM, DS, JT

  3. Practice conjunctions

  4. Hinduism notes

  5. Graphic organizer on Hinduism

  6. Homework: Conjunctions and Parts of Speech quiz on Friday, retake proofreading marks quiz this week, corrected essays due Friday by 4pm, Hinduism graphic organizer due tomorrow at the start of class

  7. Upcoming events: BIS College Night on Oct. 4th at 6pm in tech center, NW Christian University in library at 8:50 on Oct. 1, U of O in library at 1:45 on Oct. 18th, SOU at 9 and 12:30 on Sept. 29, OIT in conference room at 10 on Oct. 4, George Fox in library at 1 on Oct. 19, OSU in conference room at 9 on Oct. 20, get Powder Puff info from front office, Sierra Nevada College will be here on Oct. 3 at 1 in the library, SOU College Fair on Tuesday

September 29

  1. Journal #17: What are the most important features of and facts about Hinduism? Explain and use information from yesterday's presentation.

  2. Go to THIS website to register for Tuesday's college fair-- Click on the state of Oregon > then attending the 3rd listed Association PNACAC 10/4 @ Southern Oregon University > Register Now​, print the barcode and give it to Sullivan-- HF, DG, BH, NM, DS, JT, SW

  3. Collect graphic organizers

  4. Conjunctions quiz

HERE

  1. Writing into the day-- actively read article and write a claim with evidence

  2. Correct essays

  3. Homework: Corrected essays due TODAY by 4pm

  4. Upcoming events: BIS College Night on Oct. 4th at 6pm in tech center, NW Christian University in library at 8:50 on Oct. 1, U of O in library at 1:45 on Oct. 18th, SOU at 9 and 12:30 on Sept. 29, OIT in conference room at 10 on Oct. 4, George Fox in library at 1 on Oct. 19, OSU in conference room at 9 on Oct. 20, get Powder Puff info from front office, Sierra Nevada College will be here on Oct. 3 at 1 in the library, SOU College Fair on Tuesday

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Week 5: October 2 – 6

October 2

  1. Journal #18: Why is it important to consider getting a college education? Explain.

  2. Questions for college fair and visiting schools

  3. Plan for tomorrow-- meet out front at 9am, check in with Sullivan and get barcode, go to college fair, return at lunch time

  4. Go to THIS website to register for Tuesday's college fair-- Click on the state of Oregon > then attending the 3rd listed Association PNACAC 10/4 @ Southern Oregon University > Register Now​, print the barcode and give it to Sullivan-- JT, SW

  5. Parts of Speech- prepositions

  6. Writing into the day

  • Homework: Meet out front at 9am tomorrow!

  • Upcoming events: BIS College Night on WEDNESDAY at 6pm in tech center, U of O in library at 1:45 on Oct. 18th, OIT in conference room at 10 on Wednesday, George Fox in library at 1 on Oct. 19, OSU in conference room at 9 on Oct. 20, Sierra Nevada College will be here on TUESDAY at 1 in the library, SOU College Fair on TOMORROW

October 3

  1. Journal #19: After visiting the college fair, which school or schools were you most interested in learning more about? What will you do next regarding your interest in these schools?

  2. Check Blues and moos article

  3. Update claims on board and add to writing

  4. Read third article add to claims

  5. Update writing

  6. Review parts of speech-- prepositions, etc.

  • Homework:

  • Upcoming events: BIS College Night on WEDNESDAY at 6pm in tech center, U of O in library at 1:45 on Oct. 18th, OIT in conference room at 10 on Wednesday, George Fox in library at 1 on Oct. 19, OSU in conference room at 9 on Oct. 20

October 4

  1. Journal #20: What can you do to boost your GPA before you graduate? Explain.

  2. Check out book

  3. Read third article add to claims

  4. Update writing

  5. Review parts of speech-- prepositions, etc.

  • Homework:

  • Upcoming events: BIS College Night TODAY at 6pm in tech center, U of O in library at 1:45 on Oct. 18th, OIT in conference room at 10 on Wednesday, George Fox in library at 1 on Oct. 19, OSU in conference room at 9 on Oct. 20

October 5

  1. Journal #21: Aside from earning a high GPA, what is something you can do now to help prepare you for college and/ or a career? Explain.

  2. Sullivan gone tomorrow

  3. Assign characters

  4. Start TTOP

  5. Check writing 1.5 pgs.

  6. Review parts of speech-- prepositions, etc.

  • Homework: Read third chapter in The Tao of Pooh and finish the back of the worksheet-- due Friday at the start of class

  • Upcoming events: U of O in library at 1:45 on Oct. 18th, George Fox in library at 1 on Oct. 19, OSU in conference room at 9 on Oct. 20

October 6

  1. Journal #22: What are the three teachings of China? Briefly explain each.

  2. Parts of Speech/ Preposition Quiz

    HERE
  3. Turn in The Tao of Pooh worksheet-- put it in the tray

  4. Type your beef ban claim paper:

    -Title it "Beef Ban" and put your name; double-space

    -Choose one or more claims-- justify each one with at least one piece of evidence

    -Include an introduction at the start

    -End with a conclusion

    -Use at least one direct quote from each of your three articles-- make sure to use quotation marks AND tell which article it is from

    -Should be one page typed

    -Print and turn into the tray

  • Homework:

  • Upcoming events: U of O in library at 1:45 on Oct. 18th, George Fox in library at 1 on Oct. 19, OSU in conference room at 9 on Oct. 20

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Week 6: October 9 – 13

October 9

  1. Journal #23: Pretend you are a Hindu political leader in India. What conflict might you face over the beef ban in your community? What would your course of action be as a politician?

  2. Fill out survey

  3. Punctuating titles

  4. Buddhism notes

  • Homework: Buddhism organizer due Wednesday at the start of class

  • Upcoming events: U of O in library at 1:45 on Oct. 18th, George Fox in library at 1 on Oct. 19, OSU in conference room at 9 on Oct. 20

October 10

  1. Journal #24: Who is the Buddha, and where/ how did he found this religion?

  2. Fill out survey

  3. Punctuating titles practice

  4. Buddhism notes-- finish

  5. TTOP ch. 3 and handout

  • Homework: Buddhism organizer due Wednesday at the start of class

  • Upcoming events: Sign up for the follege trip with Michele!, U of O in library at 1:45 on Oct. 18th, George Fox in library at 1 on Oct. 19, OSU in conference room at 9 on Oct. 20

October 11r

  1. Journal #25: What is significant about the temples and pagodas that Buddhists use to worship?

  2. Collect graphic organizers

  3. Vote for Homecoming

    HERE
  4. Punctuating titles practice

  5. Peer edit papers and make corrections

  6. TTOP ch. 3 and handout

  • Homework: Punctuating titles quiz on THURSDAY, finish correcting beef ban paper by tomorrow-- staple corrected copy to old copy

  • Upcoming events: Sign up for the college trip with Michele!, U of O in library at 1:45 on Oct. 18th, George Fox in library at 1 on Oct. 19, OSU in conference room at 9 on Oct. 20

October 12

  1. Journal #26: What are some common errors you noticed in your paper yesterday or in the one you corrected?

  2. Turn in corrected beef ban papers

  3. Take quiz

    HERE
  4. TTOP ch. 3-4 and handout

  • Homework: Finish ch. 3-4 in The Tao of Pooh and finish worksheet-- due at the start of class on Monday

  • Upcoming events: Sign up for the college trip with Michele!, U of O in library at 1:45 on Oct. 18th, George Fox in library at 1 on Oct. 19, OSU in conference room at 9 on Oct. 20, Linfield College representative, Samantha Fonken is scheduled to be at the library on October 24th starting at 9:30, check out OIT fall preview day

    HERE

October 13

State Inservice – No School

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Week 7: October 16 – 20

October 16

  1. Journal #27: What is the "uncarved block"? What life experiences may "carve" us?

  2. Collect worksheet

  3. Discuss ch. 4 and read ch. 5 in The Tao of Pooh

  4. Punctuating direct quotes

  • Homework: Finish direct quotes worksheet by the start of class tomorrow, direct quotes quiz on Friday

  • Upcoming events: U of O in library at 1:45 on Wednesday, George Fox in library at 1 on Thursday, OSU in conference room at 9 on Friday, Linfield College representative, Samantha Fonken is scheduled to be at the library on October 24th starting at 9:30, check out OIT fall preview day

    HERE

October 17

  1. Journal #28: What is the Wu Wei? Give some tips on how to practice Wu Wei.

  2. Collect worksheet-- direct quotes and paraphrasing

  3. Finish ch. 5-6

  4. Punctuating direct quotes practice

  • Homework: Finish ch. 6 and worksheet by tomorrow at the start of class, direct quotes quiz on Friday, journals due Friday, midterm on Tuesday (study The Tao of Pooh, Hinduism, Buddhism, parts of speech, punctuating titles, proofreading marks, and punctuating direct quotes/ paraphrasing)

  • Upcoming events: U of O in library at 1:45 on Wednesday, George Fox in library at 1 on Thursday, OSU in conference room at 9 on Friday, Linfield College representative, Samantha Fonken is scheduled to be at the library on October 24th starting at 9:30

October 18

  1. Journal #29: Why is being a bisy backson dangerous? Explain.

  2. Collect worksheet-- ch. 5-6 in The Tao of Pooh

  3. Gallup poll

    HERE
  4. Punctuating direct quotes practice

  5. Ch. 7 in The Tao of Pooh

  • Homework: Finish ch. 7 in The Tao of Pooh, direct quotes quiz on Friday, journals due Friday, midterm on Tuesday (study The Tao of Pooh, Hinduism, Buddhism, parts of speech, punctuating titles, proofreading marks, and punctuating direct quotes/ paraphrasing)

  • Upcoming events: U of O in library at 1:45 TODAY, George Fox in library at 1 on Thursday, OSU in conference room at 9 on Friday, Linfield College representative, Samantha Fonken is scheduled to be at the library on October 24th starting at 9:30

October 19

  1. Journal #30: What does the story of the stonecarver teach? Explain using details from the story.

  2. Punctuating direct quotes practice

  3. Ch. 8 in The Tao of Pooh

  • Homework: Finish ch. 7 in The Tao of Pooh-- due , direct quotes quiz on Friday, journals due Friday, midterm on Tuesday (study The Tao of Pooh, Hinduism, Buddhism, parts of speech, punctuating titles, proofreading marks, and punctuating direct quotes/ paraphrasing)

  • Upcoming events: OSU in conference room at 9 on Friday, Linfield College representative, Samantha Fonken is scheduled to be at the library on October 24th starting at 9:30

October 20

  1. Journal-- put journals on the counter!

  2. Punctuating direct quotes practice and quiz

    HERE
  3. Ch. 9-10 in The Tao of Pooh

  4. The Tao of Pooh Reflection-- write a 1-page reflection with at least three direct quotes from the book (include pg. #s) that answers ONE of the following questions:

  • Why is it important to read The Tao of Pooh? Explain.

  • What in your life may you do differently after reading this book? Explain.

  • What are the most important beliefs and practices in Taoism? Explain.

  • Homework: The Tao of Pooh reflection due Tuesday at the start of class, midterm on Tuesday (study The Tao of Pooh, Hinduism, Buddhism, parts of speech, punctuating titles, proofreading marks, and punctuating direct quotes/ paraphrasing)

  • Upcoming events: OSU in conference room at 9 on Friday, Linfield College representative, Samantha Fonken is scheduled to be at the library on October 24th starting at 9:30

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Week 8: October 23 – 27

October 23

  1. Take your journal off of the counter!

  2. Journal #31: What do you want to review before tomorrow's test? Explain.

    Review game in rm 18

  3. Play old Kahoots

  4. Work on The Tao of Pooh Reflection-- write a 1-page reflection with at least three direct quotes from the book (include pg. #s) that answers ONE of the following questions:

  • Why is it important to read The Tao of Pooh? Explain.

  • What in your life may you do differently after reading this book? Explain.

  • What are the most important beliefs and practices in Taoism? Explain.

  • Homework: The Tao of Pooh reflection due Tuesday at the start of class, midterm on Tuesday (study The Tao of Pooh, Hinduism, Buddhism, parts of speech, punctuating titles, proofreading marks, and punctuating direct quotes/ paraphrasing)

  • Upcoming events:  Linfield College representative Samantha Fonken is scheduled to be at the library TOMORROW starting at 9:30

October 24

  1. Journal #32: What info do you need to be successful on today's test?

  2. Turn in TTOP reflection paper

  3. Study time for midterm

  4. Midterm

    HERE
  • Homework: Have a good weekend!

  • Upcoming events:

October 25

Parent/Teacher Conferences

October 26

Parent/Teacher Conferences

October 27

Parent/Teacher Conferences

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Week 9: October 30 – November 3

October 30

  1. Journal #33: Which world religion are you most interested in learning more about? Explain why.

  2. Clauses and sentence types

  3. Self-selected book choices

  4. Using Destiny

  5. Handout and library

  • Homework: Read your book, clause/ sen types quiz on Friday

  • Upcoming events: Cristian Anguiano Marin from Eastern Oregon University will be at the library on Wednesday, November 8th, from 10:00 – 11:00.  

  • Peace Writing Contest Scholarship info HERE

October 31

  1. Journal #34: What book did you choose yesterday? What world religion does it involve? What are your first thoughts on this text? Explain. Quietly read your book when you finish.

  2. Judaism notes

  3. Clauses and sentence types-- different types of sentences and practice

  • Homework: Read your book, clause/ sen types quiz on Friday, clause/ sen type WS due by the start of class tomorrow.

  • Upcoming events: Cristian Anguiano Marin from Eastern Oregon University will be at the library on Wednesday, November 8th, from 10:00 – 11:00.  

  • Peace Writing Contest Scholarship info HERE

November 1

  1. Journal #35: What new information did you learn about Judaism yesterday? Explain.

  2. Collect clause/ sen types worksheet

  3. Clauses and sentence types-- practice sentences

  4. Judaism sentences: Write a paragraph about Judaism. Use two types of each kind of sentence (simple (yellow), compound (pink), complex (green), and compound-complex (blue)). Highlight accordingly and put in the tray by the end of class.

  • Homework: Read your book, clause/ sen types quiz on Friday

  • Upcoming events: Cristian Anguiano Marin from Eastern Oregon University will be at the library on Wednesday, November 8th, from 10:00 – 11:00.  

  • Peace Writing Contest Scholarship info HERE

November 2

  1. Journal #36: Who is Abraham? What is his significance in Judaism? Explain. Then finish your sentences on Judaism.

  2. Highlight sentences

  3. Christianity notes

  4. Review clauses and sentence types

  • Homework: Read your book, clause/ sen types quiz on Friday

  • Upcoming events: Cristian Anguiano Marin from Eastern Oregon University will be at the library on Wednesday, November 8th, from 10:00 – 11:00.  

  • Peace Writing Contest Scholarship info HERE

November 3

  1. Journal #37: In Christianity, who is Jesus? Explain his significance. Then quietly read your book or prepare for your quiz.

  2. Turn in clause/ sentence type worksheet

  3. Finish Christianity notes and do organizer

  4. Clause/ sentence types quiz

    HERE

  5. Read your book!

  • Homework: Read your book, Christianity organizer due Monday at the start of class

  • Upcoming events: Cristian Anguiano Marin from Eastern Oregon University will be at the library on Wednesday, November 8th, from 10:00 – 11:00.  

  • Peace Writing Contest Scholarship info HERE

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Week 10: November 6 – 10

November 6

  1. Journal #38: When in history did the Christian church split? Give the details of these two splits and the denominations that resulted from each. Then get out your Christianity notes.

  2. Finish Christianity notes

  3. Comma splices

  4. Work on organizers and/ or read

  • Homework: Read your book, Christianity organizer due Tuesday at the start of class, Comma splice quiz on Thursday

  • Upcoming events: Cristian Anguiano Marin from Eastern Oregon University will be at the library on Wednesday, November 8th, from 10:00 – 11:00.  

  • Peace Writing Contest Scholarship info HERE

November 7

  1. Journal #39: What unique ways do people celebrate Christmas and Easter around the world? Give details from yesterday's discussion. Then quietly read your book.

  2. Turn in Christianity graphic organizer

  3. Review comma splices

  4. What do you know about religious genocide?

  5. Actively read Rohingya article

  6. Project explanation

  • Homework: Read your book, Actively read "The Persecution of the Rohingya" article, Comma splice quiz on Thursday

  • Upcoming events: Cristian Anguiano Marin from Eastern Oregon University will be at the library on Wednesday, November 8th, from 10:00 – 11:00.  

  • Peace Writing Contest Scholarship info HERE

November 8

  1. Journal #40: Who are the Rohingya? How and why are they being persecuted? Then quietly read your book.

  2. Check actively read article

  3. Review comma splices

  4. Islam PP

  5. Actively read Rohingya article

November 9

  1. Journal #41: What is a comma splice? How can you correct them? Then quietly read your book.

  2. Comma splice quiz

    HERE
  3. Actively read "Commentary: The Hard Truth Is That Rohingya..." article

  4. Add to Rohingya writing

  5. Plan comic strip

November 10

Veteran's Day – No School

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Week 11: November 13 – 17

November 13

  1. Journal #42: What is the theme of your comic strip? Why did you choose it? How is it related to world religions? Explain.

  2. Day 1 of comic strip

    HERE
  3. Read your book if you finish early

  4. Pictures tomorrow-- bring clothing and/ or props

November 14

  1. Journal #43: Who is an important person in the history of Islam? Tell this person's role. Explain.

  2. Photo shoot

  3. Day 2 of comic strip

    HERE
  4. Read your book if you finish early

November 15

  1. (same as yesterday since we never discussed) Journal #43: Who is an important person in the history of Islam? Tell this person's role. Explain.

  2. Day 3 of comic strip

    HERE
  3. Read your book if you finish early

November 16

  1. Journal #45: What features should your final comic strip have? Explain.

  2. Day 5 of comic strip

    HERE
  3. Check Synergy-- turn in all missing work by WEDNESDAY

November 17

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Week 12: November 20 – 24

November 20

  1. Journal #46: What are parts of speech? Give an example of each part of speech.

  2. Review parts of speech

  3. Read Rohingya articles

  4. Correct comic strips-- proofread closely-- save as Photoshop in your U drive, save as JPEG in your U drive as lastname_firstname, save in P drive-- handins-- BIS-- Sullivan-- Eng 3 Econ-- Comic Strip

  5. Check Synergy-- turn in all missing work by WEDNESDAY

  • Homework: Final is Nov. 30th-- study parts of speech, direct quotes, punctuating titles, clause/ sentence type, comma splices, info on five major world religions; Read your book-- book and log due Monday; meet in room 18 on Tuesday; journal entries due Thursday, Nov. 30th.

  • Last day to turn in T1 work is Wednesday!

November 21

  1. Journal #47: What are the rules for correctly punctuating titles? Explain each that you recall.

  2. Check Rohingya articles

  3. Review punctuating titles

  4. What is a claim?

  5. Complete claim organizer

  6. Write Rohingya claim paragraph-- due tomorrow

  7. Check Synergy-- turn in all missing work by WEDNESDAY

  • Homework: Final is Nov. 30th-- study parts of speech, direct quotes, punctuating titles, clause/ sentence type, comma splices, info on five major world religions; Read your book-- book and log due Monday; meet in room 18 on Wednesday; journal entries due Thursday, Nov. 30th; Rohingya claim writing due Wednesday by the end of class.

  • Last day to turn in T1 work is TOMORROW!

November 22

  1. Journal #48: What is the claim you made about the Rohingya crisis on yesterday's assignment?

  2. Review direct quotes

  3. Write Rohingya claim paragraph-- due today

  4. Check Synergy-- turn in all missing work by TODAY

  • Homework: Final is Nov. 30th-- study parts of speech, direct quotes, punctuating titles, clause/ sentence type, comma splices, info on five major world religions; Read your book-- book and log due Monday; journal entries due Thursday, Nov. 30th

November 23

Thanksgiving Holiday – No School

November 24

Thanksgiving Holiday – No School

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Week 13: November 27 – December 1

November 27

November 28

November 29

November 30

End of Trimester 1

December 1

Teacher Inservice – No School

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