Day 6 September 19/ September 20, 2013

What should be in my planner?

Learning Target: 

  • Students will be able to use facts and background knowledge to write a defense statement.  

Agenda:

Extension HW:

 
Complete a one page defense argument Use the Trial Roles, the model statement, and your background knowledge to write the statement.  You must write why you should not be blamed AND who should be blamed.  Try to blame as many other groups as possible.  Use evidence to support your claims.  
 
* If you are printing at home, make sure to only print your groups section (4 pages).  Printing the entire document would be 24 pages.

 

Day 5 A/B September 17 and September 18 70-85 Min

What should be in my planner?

Learning Target: 

  • Gather evidence from text, video, and small group discussion to prepare for a structured academic controversy (socratic discussion/ trial)

Agenda: (70- 85 Min)

  1. Tourism

  2. Compulsory Schooling

  3. Highway Development / electricity / roads

  4. Foreign TV/ Pop Culture

  5. Imports of Food

  6. Pollution

 

 

Extension HW:

Prepare for Trial by writing a defense

MWH Class 4: September 13, 2013 / September 16, 2013

What should be in my planner?

Learning Target: 

  • Be able to support a hypothesis with evidence.

Agenda: (85 Min)

  • (5) Warm-Up: Check-In What should be in my composition notebook / warm-up Journal?
  • (10) Review: Tourism/ Local Reading / The film from last class.
  • (15) Hypothesis activity: Write your hypothesis on a sentence strip.  Post it on the wall in the room.  After, students will take a gallery walk around the room to look at all of the hypotheses.  On your anchor chart, write down 2-3 hypotheses that you agree with.
  • (35) Finish watching Ladakh movie (from 25:40-end)  While watching the film, students should be creating post-it notes with evidence to support one of the hypotheses that they agreed with during the gallery walk.  
  • (5) Write down 1 paragraph reaction to the film.  
  • (10) Post-it activity.  Students attach evidence post-its to the hypothesis sentence strips.  As a class we will talk about the impact of the film and western colonization.  
  • (5 Min) Exit Activity: Copy Homework to Planner and Start working on Chapter 4 Reading for Homework.

Extension HW:

1. Ladakh Ancient Futures Chapter 4 Reading WITH margin notes: DUE NEXT CLASS

Day 3: 9/11 and 9/12 MWH

Day 3: What should be in my planner?

Learning Target: (Transition to Colonialism Unit)

  • Gather Evidence from a Video Clip
  •  Make a hypothesis based on observed facts.

Agenda:

  • (5) Warm-Up: Based on the reading “Burning Books and Destroying Cultures,” write a definition for colonialism in your notebook. Find a piece of evidence (Quote, fact, margin note observation) from the article to support your definition.

What should be in my composition notebook / warm-up Journal?

  • (10) Define Culture and Colonialism as a class using word wall activity

While watching the film collect evidence to be used to develop

Complete section of Ladakh Film Sheet

  1. Religion
  2. Food
  3. Family Structure
  4. Environment/Geography
  5. Work
  6. Conflict
  • (15) Class jigsaw activity to complete film worksheet.
  • (15) What is a hypothesis? Write a hypothesis about what you think will happen to Ladakh when outside visitors arrive. Support your hypothesis by writing 2 things you will need to look for during the rest of the movie to prove your hypothesis.
 
Extension HW:
  1. Come to class with a hypothesis written and two things to look for in the video clip to prove your hypothesis.

2. Parent Contact Due by Friday September 13. Your parent or guardian can choose method of contact

  • E-mail: kkanof@pps.net
  • Sign up for Cel.ly Text Reminders: http://cy.tl/1aexjr1
  • Text or Call: (971) 238-7389
  • Send in a written letter and signed documents
  • Comment on Website: www.teacherkimkanof.com
  • Attend back to school Night: September 12 6-8pm

MWH Day 2: 9/9 or 9/10

Day 2: What should be in my planner?

Learning Target: (Transition to Colonialism Unit, Skill Introduction Binder and Margin Notes)

  • What is Colonialism?
  • Practice Annotating Text Using the Margin Notes Writing Skill

Agenda:

  1. (15) Teacher Model w/ article (relate it to colonialism /// looking for evidence to support our definition)
  2. (15) What makes a good note in the margin activity. What to Write in the Margin /// Sentence Starters

Extension HW:

1. Burning Books and Destroying Peoples Margin Notes Due next class

2. Parent Contact Due by Friday September 13. Your parent or guardian can choose method of contact

  • E-mail: kkanof@pps.net
  • Sign up for Cel.ly Text Reminders: http://cy.tl/1aexjr1
  • Text or Call: (971) 238-7389
  • Send in a written letter and signed documents
  • Comment on Website: www.teacherkimkanof.com
  • Attend back to school Night: September 12 6-8pm

MWH Day 1: September 4th/5th 2013

Welcome to the first day of school!

What should be in my planner?

 

Learning Target: High School 101, Source and gather evidence to get the clearest picture possible of what happened in the past.

Agenda: 90 Minutes

(5) Warm-Up: What was an interesting event you experienced over the summer. Name and Slate Share. Keep the Brainstorm to be used later in class.

What should be in my composition notebook / warm-up Journal?

(20) Introductions and Expectations

(15) Ice Breaker

(5) Snap Shot Autobiography Teacher will show their model

 Snap Shot Autobiography Activity Sourcing and contextualizing the First day of High School, Important Summer Event, Important Life Event

(15) Pull out warm-up and complete the first section: First Day of High School (Partner Share if finished early)

(15) Interview another person in the room

(10) Brainstorm other events and begin historical accounts.

(5) Planners: Write LT and Homework

Extension/ HW:

Freshman Orientation

Freshmen & New Student Orientation – timeline

September 3, 2013

9:00- 9:25 Schedules, breakfast, locker combinations

9:25-9:50 1st: Meet 1st period teacher & head to auditorium

9:55- 10:15 3rd Intro. To SSR and practice 

10:20- 10:50 5th Digital Responsibility Lesson/Activity 

10:55- 11:15 7th Attendance/tardy information

11:15- 11:45 Lunch

11:50- 12:10 2nd Constitution activity

12:15- 12:40 4th Planner handout includes activity

12:45- 1:05 6th Resources/Getting Involved Activity

1:10 1:40 8th Essential skills discussion/activity & goals letter to self

1:45: 2:00 Wrap up in cafeteria. Raffle/popsicles (Admin.)