After creating a google mail, saving on our H Drive, and sending attachments, students are going to address the below reader letter on google docs. The assignment does not get credit unless shared with me on google docs.
-- your reading history (reading when you were a child).
-- how reading was for you in elementary school.
-- how reading changed once you entered middle school
-- how you think reading changes in high school
-- how reading will impact your future plans (college/career)
-- your reading goal for the school year
Today we are setting up our google mail accounts. Follow the link here to be able to generate your email address.
1. Send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- In the subject write your first and last name
- In the email body, explain how you spent your summer. (I want a paragraph-ish)
- Send a microsoft word attachment, too.
- In the attachment, explain what your post high school plans are (so far)
2. Let me know when you send it, so I can verify the email and give you participation points.
In this final day of brain based learning, students learned about how stress, sleep, and sensory impacts the way the brain learns.
Remember, tomorrow we are in the library!
Today we got our binders together.
We also took the GATES pre assessment.
Today we continue brain learning!
Stations are below.
Students will engage in a variety of activities, learning about how the brain actually learns.
Below are the stations for today.
Here is the worksheet for the next three days:
Today, groups put their best standard summaries on large paper to display in the classroom.
In groups, we are closely examining the grade level standards for Reading, Language, Writing, and Listening & Speaking.
Students are breaking down meaning, to gain a better understanding of what the state expects of them.
Today was our syllabus quiz.
We also took time to chat with each other to get to know one another better.
Today we engaged in a syllabus activity to review for the syllabus quiz on Monday.
Students also completed a reader survey. Each of these items were for points.
This is the ninth year Mrs. DeWitz has taught Freshman.