Whiteboard - Week 11
1. I will be able to construct grammatically correct sentences that are complex
2. I will be able to read text that is at or exceeds my current grade level
3. I will be able to comprehend what i read
4. I will be able to summarize what i read
5. I will be able to write about what i read
6. I will be able to identify synonyms and antonyms for my grade level's advanced vocabulary
7. I will be able to identify cause and effect
(Common Core Language Arts Grade 3)
1. Journal 2: What is/are your hobbies(s)? In 6 sentences write them down and explain in detail why you enjoy your hobbies. (Warm-up)
2. Journal Presentations
3. Introduction to Cause and Effect Lecture and practice
4. Adjectives 30 Second Challenge Extra Credit
5. Combining Sentences Lecture and Practice
6. Sentences POP Quiz
1. Textbook Pages 51-54
2. ORP Record - Summary 3
Homework, ALL DUE NEXT CLASS
1. Cause and Effect Project
Students will come up with a cause and effect scenario. On paper, they will write the scenario down in AT LEAST 6 complete sentences (3 for cause and 3 for effect) and then present it visually by drawing it. Drawing MUST be in color and project must be neat and legible overall.
2. Outside Reading Project
At this point, students should be done or close to done with their book. In recognition of students' completion of their books, they will be doing a project this week to assess their overall comprehension of the big ideas and plot in the book and their ability to apply them.
Students must choose AT LEAST ONE of the following projects to complete this week. They may do more than one for extra credit. Along with their project, students must also turn in a ONE PAGE SUMMARY of their book. Summary must include explanations of what happened in the book and a rating of the book. The rating should be on a scale from 1-5 stars (1 being hated it and 5 being loved it). An explanation as to why the rating was chosen must also be included.
1. Create a colorful and detailed map of the world presented in the book. The map must include a key and all locations should be labeled. Map must be neat and legible.
2. Write a letter that is AT LEAST ONE PAGE between 2 characters in the book. The letter must include dates, character names, and other important details. Letter must also be as realistic as possible. Letter must be neat and legible
3. Create a poster that advertises the book and attracts people to buy it. The poster must be colorful and include a notable amount of text as to demonstrate understanding of the book and why the book is so great. Advertisement Poster must be neat and legible.
4 (Only for students that didn't enjoy reading their book). If the student did not enjoy the book they read, Project #3 would not be the best option for them. If they really want to do that project, then they would create a poster that advertises their book in a negative way.
Tentative Course Schedule and Topics
2019-20 S2 Online Class Transcript
Semester 1 Final Exam Review Sheet