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Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Transcript of Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Now let's review our words for the week and complete the practice. Here's our weekly picto-quiz.
Another sentence issue we run into, is the FRAGMENT. A fragment is an incomplete sentence punctuated as a sentence. The three tests you should run to determine if a sentence is complete are as follows.
1. Does it have a subject?
2. Does it have a verb?
3. Does it express a complete thought?
Take out your work from long ago, when Mr. Roche was your sub, and you read the Scope article about the avalanches? Yeah! There you go. That's the one.
Now, take out your end-of-novel work on Tangerine. We will be randomly split into groups of three where you will have 10 minutes to share your work with one another. Then you will choose one person from your group to share out with the whole class.
Using the peer-edit sheet in your "Harrison" packet, you will now be randomly partnered to offer some constructive feedback to your peers and receive some yourself. You should take this as a real opportunity to offer and receive real, meaningful feedback.
This week's WODs are:
Read your independent reading book silently for 15 minutes.
Do Now: Quote Analysis
Be sure you copy the quote accurately and completely, including the full name of the author.
Choose one of the quotes. You don't need to do both.
Respond in a meaningful way. Make a comment or ask a question that makes the world a better place.
Paralyze resistance with persistence.
Persistence is to the character of man as carbon is to steel.
Today, we will finish up our work in this packet and go over our answers. First, let's use the name sticks to go over our answers. Then, we'll write the narrative at the end.
You can throw out, or bring home, many of the items you may be keeping in your binder. Here's what you should
Instructional handouts (think of papers that tell you *how* to do stuff- like how to write an essay, or how to ask thick questions)
Handouts that we are still working on or haven't handed in yet.
Guidelines, rubrics or rules that will be used all year.
If you're not sure- check with me first!!