You guys will be working on your unit culminating task today. The assignment is posted in Google Classroom, but your first step is to choose the scene from your book that you want to work with.
Then log into Google Classroom and complete the work assigned for today.
Get ready for our final book club meetings. Last chance to show me what you know and what you can do.
Then log on to google classroom to get started on our unit culminating task.
Today is our last day to prepare for our final literature circle meeting but I want to introduce your culminating task to you and have a discussion about what support you think you will need to complete this: ENG 2P Unit 2 culminating task
Our top priority today is to prepare for Thursday which is our final book club meeting. You should have your novel finished. (Except for the Ready Player One group which will be following a slightly different plan because their book is longer.
Ready Player One Summary
Our goal today is to examine the strengths and weaknesses of an argument.
Go to Google Classroom.
We will read the first “Point” as a class and discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the argument. As we read, we will fill out the KWL chart (attached). Then you will read the second article “Counter Point” on your own and finish the KLW chart. When you’ve submitted the assignment, complete the reflection.
Please see Google Classroom for details. We are finishing up our work on Examining Both Sides of an Issue and then working on character concepts for our game pitches.
Yesterday some of you were revising and resubmitting your opinion paragraphs while others were writing the midterm. Today you should all be working on the assignment called Examining Both Sides on Google Classroom.
Before we dive into that though, we’ll have some reading time followed by a discussion about identifying the main idea and supporting details.
Some students are writing their midterm today while others will be working on an assignment on Google classroom.
We are having our midterm today. Please make sure you have your bookclub novels to read if you finish early.
We’ll start today by discussing the midterm expectations. Then you’ll have time for your opinion paragraphs and silent reading.