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Unit 5 Week 1

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Unit 5 Week 1
1. He slept through his alarm luckily his first class was cancelled.
2. She's a little bit country, he's a little bit rock 'n roll.
3. You'll need to turn left on Cedar it's the third house on the right.
4. I didn't study for the test I didn't have my notes having left them in the classroom.
Insert any semicolons needed in the following sentences.
Do Now
1. He slept through his alarm; luckily his first class was canceled.

2. She's a little bit country; he's a little bit rock 'n roll.

3. You'll need to turn left on Cedar; it's the third house on the right.

4. I didn't study for the test; I didn't have my notes, having left them in the classroom.
Do Now Review
Agenda
1. Do Now
2. Review LT
3. Art PPT
4. Age of Exploration Art
5. Colon PPT
Learning Target
I can critique art from the age of exploration.
Art Elements PPT
DAIJ
Age of Exploration
Art Assignment
-1) Complete an art critique for each picture.
2) Complete each step of the DAIJ art critique process.
a. Your interpretation should include an explanation of the significance during the Age of Exploration/Renaissance.
b. Your analysis must include two elements of art connections
3) Each DAIJ “step” should be at least two sentences. The analysis must be at least four sentences.
4) Your critique must be submitted via the blog.
a. Please use the Art Tab and then select Age of Exploration for your period.
b. Leave a comment that includes your submission

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1. I wish I had a job I’m a great worker and I need the money.
2. I have 3 hobbies I collect coins, I read, and I knit.
3. Glen doesn’t have any friends he’s always mean to them.
4. You will need the following back to school items pencils, erasers,
and markers.
5. I’m feeling really sick today I have a headache and I’m nausea.
Colon Practice - Insert the colons:
Must include at least two elements of Art connections
1) Your interpretation should include an explanation of the significance during the Age of Exploration/Renaissance.
2) Your analysis must include two elements of art connections
3) Each DAIJ “step” should be at least two sentences. The analysis must be at least four sentences.
1) Your interpretation should include an explanation of the significance during the Age of Exploration/Renaissance.
2) Your analysis must include two elements of art connections
3) Each DAIJ “step” should be at least two sentences. The analysis must be at least four sentences.
Elements of Art Open Notes Assessment
1. Separate sheet of paper
2. Write down the correct term that fills in the blank.
3. Some words may be used more than once or not at all.
The School of Athens by Raphael
Do Now
Insert a colon or semicolon where most appropriate in the following sentences.
Directions: Fill in the missing colons.
1) I gave you the spray bottles for one reason to clean the windows.
2) You will need the following ingredients milk, sugar, flour, and eggs.
3) My father ended every conversation the same way “Don’t give up.”
4) I have invited the following people to my party Kevin, Amy, and Keeley.
5) There is only one way to make it to the top hard work.
Directions: Fill in the missing colons.
1) I gave you the spray bottles for one reason: to clean the windows.
2) You will need the following ingredients: milk, sugar, flour, and eggs.
3) My father ended every conversation the same way: “Don’t give up.”
4) I have invited the following people: to my party Kevin, Amy, and Keeley.
5) There is only one way to make it to the top: hard work.
Learning Today
I can determine character and morals of a Buddhist text.
Agenda
1. Do Now
2. Learning Today
3. Siddhartha Anticipation Guide
4. Siddhartha’s Path to Becoming Buddha Stories
5. Siddhartha’s Path to Becoming Buddha Graphic Organizer
Siddhartha Anticipation Guide
Siddhartha
1. Complete the Question/Answer
2. Mark if you agree or disagree with the statements. Individually and as a table.
1. Separate sheet of paper.
2. Title each section
3. Read each section.
4. Answer the questions.
5. Complete graphic organizer.
Siddhartha Reading Quiz
1. Separate half sheet of paper
2. Number 1-10
Clip 1 – http://www.pbs.org/pov/lasttrainhome/video/the-worlds-largest-human-migration/
Clip 2 – http://www.pbs.org/pov/lasttrainhome/video/we-work-far-away-from-home/
Clip 3 – http://www.pbs.org/pov/lasttrainhome/video/a-mother-leaves-her-child-for-work-in-the-city/

Clip 4 - http://www.pbs.org/pov/lasttrainhome/video/how-can-there-be-any-feelings/
Respect for parents — also called “filial piety” — is a cherished virtue in Confucianism, a philosophy in China that has been a chief cultural influence for centuries. In Confucian teaching, filial piety should guide the thoughts and actions of children toward their parents throughout their lives and help individuals to understand their place in society as they demonstrate respect to all elders.
Task 1
Zhangs have two children, who have been raised in the family’s home village in Sichuan province while the parents work together in a garment factory in Guangzhou, a city in Guangdong province.
Children are unable to migrate with their parents because in China access to public benefits, such as education and health care, is tied to one’s place of birth.
Zhang parents, Changhua (father) and Suqin (mother), were finally able to get train tickets to travel home for the Chinese New Year celebration. During the trip, a man on the train talked about going home to see his family.
Task 2
Write down responses to the following.
1) What roles do poverty and family relationships play in the willingness of workers to endure long separations from family?
2) How do you think traditional Chinese culture will be affected over time by the circumstances of China’s migrant workers?
3) How can China better balance economic development with the needs of its people?
Task 3
4. Write How has how living apart has affected the Zhang family?
5. Describe how these divergent (different) perspectives have affected the family bond between mother and daughter
4-5 sentences
Journal
What do you think it means to respect one’s parents?
#
Meaning
Agree or Disagree
Why?
Confucius Aphorisms
Do Now
Directions: Write the following. Insert the colon where appropriate.
1. By the end of her first date with Bill, Julie was positive of one thing there would never
be a second.
2. Darryl felt only one emotion when his son was brought home by the police great relief.
3. There is one thing a human being simply cannot live without hope.
4. I finally found the perfect food chocolate!
1. By the end of her first date with Bill, Julie was positive of one thing : there would never be a second.
2. Instead of the anger he expected, Darryl felt only one emotion when his son was
brought home by the police : great relief.
3. There is one thing a human being simply cannot live without : hope.
4. I finally found the perfect food : chocolate!
Agenda
1. Do Now
2. Review Learning Target
3. Aphorisms Videos
4. Aphorism Gallery Walk
5. Chinese Family Videos
I can explain an aphorism.
Learning Today
China Video
1. The artist preferred to paint in oils he did not like water colors.
2. This dessert requires only three ingredients graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate
chips.
3. There are many positive side effects to exercising there are no positive side effects from exercising.
4. King Midas cared about only one thing gold.
Insert a colon or semi-colon where appropriate in the sentence.
Do NOw
1. The artist preferred to paint in oils
;
he did not like water colors.
2. This dessert requires only three ingredients
:
graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate
chips.
3. There are many positive side effects to exercising
;
there are no positive side effects from exercising.
4. King Midas cared about only one thing
:
gold.
Agenda
1. Do Now
2. Review Learning Target
3. Journal
4. Holk and the Dwarfs
5. Reading Quiz
Learning Today
I can identify supporting details in a complex text.
JOURNAL
Describe a time when you were displeased/changed with your appearance in some way i.e. haircut, acne, weight etc.
Chinese Folk Tale: The Tale of Hok Lee and the Dwarfs
1. Read each page.
2. Complete the vocabulary match as you read using context clues.
3. Answer the guided reading question on a separate sheet of paper.
Chinese Folk Tale Reading Quiz
# 1. Hok is a deceitful person because he goes and robs people's houses.
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