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Monday, September 15, 2014

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Monday, September 15, 2014
100 Book Challenge
1. Basic Information
2. Grading Rubric
3. Log Sheets
Do Now
Remember:
-Label the first box with today's date: 9/15/14
-Write the quote completely and accurately along with the author's name
-Leave room in the box for your response!
-Your response may be: agree, disagree, summarize, evaluate, connect, question...
Article of the Week
Some reminders:
-You receive points on the AOW for annotating. You don't HAVE to use the symbol system I suggested on the handout, but it is an efficient system.

-We
will
complete this article in class this week. Next week, you'll be on your own after Monday.
Greek and Latin Roots
Lesson 2
hyper
- above, over, more
super, supr, sur
- above, over, more

Today, we'll go over the prefixes and related words. When your name is called, read either the word, part of speech, and definition OR the sentence.

Follow along with us. You never know when your name will be called.
"I learned that courage was not the absence of fear but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid but he who conquers that fear. "
-Nelson Mandela
The Wizard of Oz and Literary Elements
1. Let's finish up our NOTES.
After we've done so, they should be filed in the "NOTES" section of your binder and used as a reference
forever
.
2. We will be doing a project based on our viewing of the film. Here's what to expect...
Fish! Philosophy
This unique philosophy, created by the fishmongers of Pike Place Fish in Seattle, has been introduced to millions of people around the world.

There are four essential practices. These four practices lead to a happier life.
Fish Philosophy Essential Practice #1:
BE THERE:
Despite continual distractions, the fishmongers were consistently present for customers and coworkers.
Fish Philosophy Essential Practice #2:
Play!
The fishmongers constantly looked for ways to make their work more fun. They were surprised to discover that while they were having fun, they got more done!
Fish Philosophy Essential Practice #3:
Make Their Day!
They connected with customers and people passing by for no other reason than to make their day.
Fish Philosophy
Essential Practice #4:
Choose Your Attitude!
No matter the situation, all workers took responsibility for choosing their attitude.
Putting FISH! into practice:
In the classroom, follow these practices to: Improve everyone's experience of the class, learn and accomplish more, and enjoy the time spent here more!

FISH FRIDAYS: On Friday, we will Make Someone's Day. We will each draw a name for the week (on Monday) and on Friday, we will do something small to make that person's day.

No Food in Class! Don't spend money!
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