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Thursday September 10th, 2015
Transcript of Thursday September 10th, 2015
1. Copy the quote and author accurately.
2. Respond in meaningful and thoughtful manner: agree, disagree, connect, evaluate, challenge...
Article of the Week
Today we will work on #3-the first question on the back.
Greek and Latin Roots
Today we will complete the exercises on the back of the Roots handout.
Use the information on the front to arrive at the answers to the questions on the back.
Let's take a look at the directions and at some examples before we begin this project.
Laptop Rules and Procedures
1. Use your assigned laptop. I will expect you to remove and replace it neatly and carefully.
2. Use your laptop only for the assigned work. If you are found to be visiting unrelated sites, playing games, watching videos, etc., you may lose your laptop privileges as well as points on the assignment. Furthermore, you may receive disciplinary sticky notes.
3. You may use headphones while working at times. I will decide when this is acceptable. You may only use the headphones to access audio. You may not use YouTube or any video-related site to play music.
"Genuine beginnings begin within us, even when they are brought to our attention by external opportunities."
-William Throsby Bridges
Consider: What other information would have made this article more interesting and informative? What should the author, Nadia Drake, have asked that she neglected to? What would you want to know?
For this question only, you may create a list.
Write your own Name Poem
#3. Jason V.
#11. Jason B.
#1. Brian H.
#7. Jack C.
#13. Brian S.
#22. Jack H.
Name Poems: plan of attack
1. Compose your ten-line name poem, thoughtfully.
2. Revise and edit your name poem. Make it perfect.
3. Check the poem against the rubric.
4. Either add images, borders, etc. to make it lovely, or print it and then color/illustrate it.