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LA - 2014-2015

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Transcript of LA - 2014-2015

LA:
5/18-5/22


Final Edits to List Article
MUST
post to blog TODAY!
Independent Reading


May 27
May 20
May 21
May 26
HOMEWORK:
READ!
HOMEWORK:
Read
End of the Year Reflection due Thursday at 11:59pm
HOMEWORK:
READ!!!
Continue working on writing
Drafting of paragraphs
**Try to have 7 paragraphs done today!!
May 22


Research
**Research should be completed by the end of the day and TURNED IN

HOMEWORK:
Read
Begin drafting five paragraphs today plus an introduction and concluding paragraph with "Current Implications"
Writer's Notebook
HOMEWORK:
READ!
Final drafts are due by end of your last period on Tuesday!!


Last Minutes Reminders:
All names of people and places are ALWAYS capitalized!
The Civil Rights Movement is always capitalized.
Check to ensure all conventions (spelling, grammar, mechanics) are correct!
Read you list article out loud!
Word Warriors
TODAY!

Write a
LETTER
to Malala Yousafzai. In your letter be sure to:
Introduce yourself. (Paragraph #1)
Explain at least one example of new learning from exploring her story. (Paragraph #2)
Explain how her story has impacted your thinking. (Paragraph #3)
Conclusion (Paragraph #4)
Be sure your entry looks like a letter!
Feedback for others:
Exploring The Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s in the United States
Read 2 article and provide feedback

The Great Debaters
Read the entire article and click on the "Sources".
In the
COMMENT
section, add two things you have learned and one aspect of the article that you like.
REMEMBER this is also posted for the entire world - all spelling, grammar and conventions MUST be CORRECT!
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