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Downloadable Schedule: 3/6/2017

Activities

 

Objectives: The student will . . .

 

 

Monday 3/6

 

NO SCHOOL

Casimir Pulaski Day

 



 

Tuesday  3/7           

 

1.       Continue Evergreen – Chapter 13: Persuasion – Practice 1, 2, 3, 4, p. 155.

2.       Cover Outlining – Notes on Overhead How to do Roman numerals for an outline.

3.       Start vocabulary lessons 25 and 26:

         Lessons 25 and 26: pp. 99-106

         Lesson 13 Analogies: p. 138.

*Will collect pp.  137 & 138.

         Lesson 13 Context pp. 215-220. 

 

 

A.       Comprehend and implement different strategies for persuasive writing.

B.       Identify essential elements of writing an outline.

C.       Utilize available technology to complete vocabulary exercises.

 

Wednesday 3/8

Start note on Ethos, Logos and Pathos?

 

1.       Outliers-book-coverBegin grammar chapter 13: 13.1, pp. 241-242.

2.       Continue reading Chapter 3 and/or 4: “The Trouble with Geniuses,” and discussion questions. Finish reading and questions for homefun.

3.       Complete Wonderlic Test time permitting or online IQ test.

 

 

A.      Demonstrate and practice comma usage skills.

B.      Actively read and answer questions on effective writing strategies.

C.       Draw conclusions about author's message, and values, and purpose.

 

Thursday 3/9

 

  1. Notes on SAT reading.
  2.  SAT Reading: test 5, passage 4.

3.       College Reading: Chapter 6 – Relationships PT. II.

*Pass out missing story.

 

TURN IN NOTEBOOKS = 520 points

 

 

 

A.       Understand connections or relationships between ideas in reading selections.

B.       Identify main ideas, details, and implied ideas when reading complex passages.

 

Holt yellowFriday 3/10

 

1.       SAT Writing and Language test 5, passage #4.

2.       Quiz on Outliers chapters 3 and 4.

3.       Begin reading chapter 5: “The Three Lessons of Joe Flom.”

 


                                           

 

A.      Identify usage/mechanics errors and practice rhetorical skills.

B.      Draw conclusions about author's message, and values, and purpose.