Unit 6 Assignment 1 Missing Information Word

2. Revise Essay    *Note: Revise in GoogleDocs (Not Word) & Update Date

3. Type at Top of Essay Copies (All 3)

a. Word Count For Essay Paragraphs: _____ Words

-Use https://readability-score.com

b. Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level For Essay Paragraphs: F-K = _____

-Use https://readability-score.com

4. Update Date & Print Revision: 3 Copies of Essay & Works Cited; (Step 18 a, b, & c)

Update Process Checklist:

19. Revised From 18A, 18B, & 18C; Complete Essay, Outline, Works Cited, & Annotated Bibliography (Final Revision)

Final Word Count

Final Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level

Color Coded Essay & Outline

18. Revised From 17, Edited Complete Essay & Works Cited w/ Word Count & Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level

Copy a: Self-Edited & Color Coded

Copy b: Peer Edited & Signed

Peer/Self Edit Sheet: Completed

Copy c: Peer Edited & Signed

17. Edited Complete Essay (5+ Paragraphs) w/ Transitional Devices & Advanced Sentences w/ Word Count & Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level

HW: **Study for “New England Renaissance: 1840 – 1855” (Begins P. 223) & Writing Skills Exam

Day 120

Workshop: Peer & Self Edit Of 3 Copies Of Persuasive Essays (18A, 18B, & 18C)

HW: Complete Editing, Correct/Revise, & Print Final Revision Of Persuasive Document (Step 19): Full Document = Essay, Outline, Works Cited, and Annotated Bibliography

Must Be Revised/Advanced & Have New Date, ___ March 2017; Final Word Count For Essay Paragraphs; and Final Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level For Essay Paragraphs

*Organize All Drafting & Editing (1 on the Bottom & 19 on the Top)

19. Revised Complete Essay, Outline, Works Cited, & Annotated Bibliography

Final Word Count

Final Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level

Color Coded Essay & Outline

**Study for “New England Renaissance: 1840 – 1855” (Begins P. 223) & Writing Skills Exam

Day 121

Due: Final Revision Of Persuasive Essay (Must Be Revised/Advanced & Have New Date: _ March 2018 , Final Word Count, and Final Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level)

     *All Drafting & Editing Organized & Numbered Beneath Final Copy

Exam: “New England Renaissance: 1840 – 1855” (Begins P. 223) & Writing Skills

Emerson                  Thoreau                   MLA

Melville                   Lawrence & Lee

Commas                      Semicolons           Colons   

Color Code & Label Final Essay & Outline Revision for Submission

1. Color Code The Essay & Outline: Highlight *All Words Will Be Coded

Pink:            Citations (Name Or “Article Title” Might Be Stated In Sentence                Or In Parenthesis; Page Number Is Always In Parenthesis)

Orange:       Direct Quotes

Yellow:       Paraphrases & Summaries

Green:         Lead-In (Personal Commentary And Speaker/Source                       Introductions/Validations Before Cited Evidence)

Blue:            Follow-Up (Personal Commentary And Speaker/Source Introductions/Validations After Cited Evidence)

* If You Have Orange Or Yellow That Is Not Followed By Pink, You Have Plagiarized.

Assign: Study for Test tomorrow!
OBJECTIVE: Students will be given writing workshop time to finish writing a poem rough draft. Students will be introduced to famous American poet, Emily Dickinson.
LESSON: (no spelling this week)
Bell ringer review of terms / poems (?s in bucket)
10 - 12 minutes to finish rough draft of “station poem” and to take time to read aloud / work with a partner to search for word choice / sounds of words. Use thesaurus as needed to choose BEST words. (If time, find / add illustration).
Collect rough drafts of poems for response from teacher.
Introduce Emily Dickinson with background information (on Power Point)
Read # 986 “A Narrow Fellow in the Grass” and create t-note (figure in itself and figure for our time) for class discussion tomorrow
Return / file ch. 11 test
Introduce essential Question for ch. 12
“How did the Industrial Revolution impact the standard of living for the people and change (alter) the existing social order?”
Preview ch. 12:1---write blue heading questions
Read 12:1 and answer blue heading ?s
ASSIGNMENT: 12:1 SG due Tuesday.
Bell ringer: Southbound on the Freeway Check for Understanding
Introduce Poetry Reading Log
Poetry Introduction & Descriptive Language Activity
Divide students into pairs
Students will pick up an envelope with pictures. Do not take the pictures out of the envelope and show their partner.
Students may use their descriptive language handouts. Extra copies available.
Students will describe their image using descriptive language, while the other partner guesses the image.
Begin typing Poem from a Picture
Poem from a Picture rough draft due end of class on Tuesday
Independent Reading Log due Wednesday, March 14
Brainstorm/Print an image for your shape poem due Wednesday, 14th
journal 3/9 AND quote worksheet 3
Assignments have not yet been posted for this class.
Local winds and global winds
Assignment: study for ozone and heat transfer of test
Name research—refer to handout--cite sources through easybib.com—take research notes notes
Assign: Qu. 3 DEP due Wed.
Bell Ringer: Weekend update
Activity: Introduce chapter 9 – Andean Countries. Map of South America. Read together pages 254-257 and complete guided reading fill in the blank notes. Complete section review questions with a partner.
Homework: Chapter 9 section 1
Why is it helpful to identify text structure before reading?
Objective: Build reading comprehension through understanding of author bias and context clues.
Discuss follow up questions for “Wolves” article.
Introduction of Types of Context Clues – Note Sheet (pg.27) (RI7.4)
Identifying Structural Elements.
Assignment: Memorize types of context clues and how they are used.
Study for Ch. 8 Vocab Quiz
Warm Up Question # 73 – Think-Pair-Share
Physical Traits Activity – Gallery Walk
Discuss Physical Traits Results
Hand back Tests & Rubrics – File Away
Genetics Taste Testing Activity
Be ready to hand in Warm Up ?’s - Wednesday
take spelling pretest G words
drafting interview questions
Assignment: spelling 3x, drafting interview questions (due Tues at end of class)
Finish reading Robin Hood
Critical thinking Questions
Assignment: read 1/2 hour, Robin Hood questions, finish reading award-winning book this week
Page 348 #'s 1-7, 14-15, and 23.
Test Scores & Collect SG Scores
Assignment: Work On Notes & WS
Bellringer: Go over first page of study guide.
Activities: Introduce Fakebook project (due Thurs.); work time
Closure: Vocabulary Review
Assignment: Begin Fakebook project. Finish study guide for tomorrow.
OBJECTIVES: Students will review prior knowledge from unit. Students will read and comprehend poems.
BR review (?s from bucket)
Re-read / discuss / answer ?s / take notes (from Google Presentation) “A Narrow Fellow in the Grass”
Begin reading / answering ?s / discussing “I like to see it lap the miles” with table partners. Then, as a class (for clarity)
Read # 712 “Because I could not stop for Death” for Wednesday.
Check in / discuss / go over 12:1 SG
Write blue heading ?s on SG for 12:2
ASSIGNMENT: 12:2 SG due Wednesday.
Take Time for Ten - Poetry reading
Bell Ringer: Poetry literary term review
Finish typing Poem from a Picture (10-12 minutes)
Share with a partner for ideas of imagery words
Ticket Out the Door: Poem from a Picture printed
Brainstorm/Print an image for your shape poem due Wednesday, 14th
Independent Reading Log due Wednesday, March 14
Independent Reading (30 minutes) daily requirement
comprehension questions 13-15
Assignments have not yet been posted for this class.
Ozone / heat transfer test
Check out the jet stream map
Work on reading 15:3 & complete SG
Assignment: read 15:3 & complete SG
Last day for name research—refer to handout--cite sources through easybib.com—take research notes notes
Assign: Qu. 3 DEP due tomorrow
Bell Ringer: Who are the mestizos?
Activity: Correct and discuss chapter 9 section 1 section review questions. Read together pages 266-269 and complete guided reading notes. With a partner complete section review questions.
Partnered Review – Characteristics of NF
Objective: Check student mastery of characteristics of nonfiction and context clues.
Independent Reading/Book Talks (IA.2 & RL7.2)
Strategies for “Hanging by a Thread” Article. (IA.1)
Read “Hanging by a Thread” Article. Determine text structure before reading the article (Think Aloud pg.53) (RI7.5)
Partner Problem and Solution Graphic Organizer Handout (RI7.5)
Assignment: Complete “Thread…” Graphic Organizer. Book Talks & Logs due Wednesday.
Brainstorm ideas for game
Warm Up Question # 74 – Think-Pair-Share
Discuss Genetics Taste Testing Results
Discuss NGSS – Genetics & Heredity
Genetics & Heredity Pre-Assessment
Traits caused by Gene Mutations
Cute features of Gene Mutations – Read NEWSELA Article
Answer Gene Mutation Question in GC
Answer Gene Mutation Question in GC – Wed.
Traits Checklist Worksheet – Due Wednesday
No Red Ink-lesson on good topic sentences
15 minutes--finish interview questions
Assignment: spelling worksheet, continue NRI, conduct interview before Thursday
Robin Hood Vocabulary boxes
Assignment: read 1/2 hour, finish reading award-winning book this week
Assignments have not yet been posted for this class.
Interacting with Other Systems
Getting Oxygen into the Blood
Bellringer: Talk through test essay questions.
Activities: Go over study guide; Work on Fakebook projects
Closure: Final Questions/Vocabulary Review
Assignment: Finish Fakebook page (due Thurs.); Study for Thursday test!
No School, March 16, 2018

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