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Do Now

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Amy Swanson

on 30 November 2015

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Transcript of Do Now

Roots: Lesson 12
ant, anti- against
contra, counter- against
ob- against, facing
Do Now
This week's topic is:
inspirational sports quotes.
Do Now: Quote
"Sports do not build character. They reveal it."
Heywood Broun

Achieve 3000
Our copiers are all broken!!
So, today, we will make our own Do Now sheet. Here's how:
Article of the Week
Let's go through the steps of our strategy:
1. Read the questions.
2. Annotate with purpose.
3. Use the annotations to answer the questions.
Write something you already think/feel/believe about athletes, sports, or how to inspire athletes.
Copy the quote. Copy the author. Respond to the quote in a meaningful way.
Today, let's read the words and definitons as well as example sentences.
1. Use the
blue highlighter
to identify
information that describes the new roadways.

2. Use the
yellow highlighter
to identify the
benefits of the new roadways
3. Use the
green highlighter
to identfiy the
drawbacks of the new roadways

PASTE ALL HIGHLIGHTS INTO THE THOUGHT QUESTION TEXT-BOX. You do not need to answer the thought question. Highlights should come from both the article and the "dig deeper."
Go to portal.achieve300.com

Today's article is called "A New Kind of Road."
Take a sheet of blank paper
. Create spaces for all required responses using this information:
Name and date
Monday and Tuesday bubbles with space for copying the quote and for a response
A bubble to write the topic for the week
A bubble to write what you already think about the topic.
A bubble for something new you're thinking about the topic
Wednesay, Thursday, and Friday bubbles with space for copying the quote and for a response
A bubble for an adjective to describe the week.
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