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October 3, 2014 DAILY OBJECTIVES

Analyze a mentor text to determine how a writer describes a multi-ethnic, multicultural heritage. Review EA 1.1. Reference EA 1.1 Scorning guide. Write a reflective essay explaining your cultural identity.

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October 3, 2014 DAILY OBJECTIVES






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October 3, 2014

DAILY OBJECTIVESAnalyze a mentor text to determine how a writer describes a multi-ethnic, multicultural heritageReview EA 1.1Reference EA 1.1 Scorning guideWrite a reflective essay explaining your cultural identity

LA10. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations.

ENTRY TASKS

Pick up Springboard booksFind new seatsAGENDACheck-in, Catch upHAPARevisit EA 1.1Try Chrome books…Start typing draft of EA 1.1Rough Draft due MondaySPRINGBOARDMy website/linksTop link & class codeCreate profileGOOGLESame as last year…Usernamerigleang000@auburn.wednet.eduFirst 5 of last, First 3 of first, zero, zero, zeroPasswordTwo zeros in front of SN (8 characters)00123456

1Fidel16Catherine2Kayla17Noit3Austin18Madelynn4Anthony19Conner5Abe20Alfredo6Jaymee21Luis7Kelsy22O’Darious8Michelle23Dontrell9Casandra24Kiara10Julian25Zach11Sebastian26Danielle12Cristie27Aariq13Victoria2814Austin K2915Alex30

psat

10-15-14

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October 3, 2014

DAILY OBJECTIVESAnalyze a mentor text to determine how a writer describes a multi-ethnic, multicultural heritageReview EA 1.1Reference EA 1.1 Scorning guideWrite a reflective essay explaining your cultural identity

LA10. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations.

ENTRY TASKS

Pick up Springboard booksFind new seatsAGENDACheck-in, Catch upHAPARevisit EA 1.1Try Chrome books…Start typing draft of EA 1.1Rough Draft due MondaySPRINGBOARDMy website/linksTop link & class codeCreate profileGOOGLESame as last year…Usernamerigleang000@auburn.wednet.eduFirst 5 of last, First 3 of first, zero, zero, zeroPasswordTwo zeros in front of SN (8 characters)00123456

1Na’i16Hayley2Sarah17Lesly3Alex18Garrett4Mauricio19Brianna5Brooklynn20Anayeli6Ryan21Nik7Gerardo22Marco8Kristina23Jake9Seth2410Lindsey2511Jaylene2612Clint2713Coral2814Preston2915Gwenn30psat 10-15-14

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October 6, 2014

DAILY OBJECTIVESReference EA 1.1 Scorning guideWrite a reflective essay explaining your cultural identityProduce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization and style are appropriate to the task, purpose, and audience.

LA10. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations.

ENTRY TASKS

Pick up Springboard booksRemember new seats?AGENDAYou should have your best rough draft of EA 1.1 done.Editing Workshop (second, IMPROVED, draft due tomorrow)SELF EDITTitle your work: be creativeHighlight your hook in yellowPut (parenthesis) around their six-word culture ID. For example (hip-hop loving, piano-playing diva)Underline phrases where you identify aspects of your culture. (should be several) How do they tie to your sense of cultural identity?Put a * next to the paragraph were you identify internal or external conflict and how that influences your perspective.Put a box around the paragraph where you use a metaphor to focus your essay. How can you tie the beginning and ending of your essay together? Put # next to words and phrases were you were deliberate with your syntax and dictionpsat 10-15-14

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October 6, 2014

LA10. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations.PEER EDIT

Read your partner’s work aloud to them. Read it AS WRITTEN. Pay attention to phrasing and punctuation.Cross-out RIP words and words that could be more descriptive Cross out words and phrases that repeat, are redundant, or cliché.

Make grammatical suggestions: for fluency and clarity.

Identify the following:Speaker OccasionAudiencePurposeSubjectTone Use page 43 for helppsat 10-15-14

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October 6, 2014

DAILY OBJECTIVESReview EA 1.1Reference EA 1.1 Scorning guideWrite a reflective essay explaining your cultural identityLA10.

Unit 1. Cultural Conversations.

ENTRY TASKS

Pick up Springboard booksRemember new seats p5AGENDApsat 10-15-14PEER EDITRead your partner’s work aloud to them. Read it AS WRITTEN. Pay attention to phrasing and punctuation.Cross-out RIP words and words that could be more descriptive Cross out words and phrases that repeat, are redundant, or cliché. Make grammatical suggestions: for fluency and clarity.Identify the following:Speaker OccasionAudiencePurposeSubjectTone

Use page 43 for helpSELF EDITTitle your work: be creativeHighlight your hook in yellowPut (parenthesis) around their six-word culture ID. For example (hip-hop loving, piano-playing diva)Underline phrases where you identify aspects of your culture. (should be several) How do they tie to your sense of cultural identity?Put a * next to the paragraph were you identify internal or external conflict and how that influences your perspective.Put a box around the paragraph where you use a metaphor to focus your essay. How can you tie the beginning and ending of your essay together? Put # next to words and phrases were you were deliberate with your syntax and dictionFinish 1st draft of EA 1.1Self EditPeer EditType It

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October 8, 2014

DAILY OBJECTIVESReference EA 1.1 Scorning guideWrite a reflective essay explaining your cultural identityProduce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization and style are appropriate to the task, purpose, and audience.

LA10. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations.

ENTRY TASKS

Pick up Springboard booksRemember new seats?AGENDAGoogle DocsSet up accountWrite down log in info in bookLog in to type EA 1.1 as well as cover page and reflectionSame as last year…Usernamerigleang000@auburn.wednet.eduFirst 5 of last, First 3 of first, zero, zero, zeroPasswordTwo zeros in front of SN (8 characters)00123456psat 10-15-14Angela RigleyMexican-American Dancing DiviaEmbedded Assessment 1.1Honors LA10 p2

October 8, 2014Reflection: 1¶ Which aspects of your cultural identity were you already…1¶ What are some of the different cultural heritages…29Fidel15Alex2Kayla16Catherine3Austin17Noit30Anthony18Madelynn5Abe19Conner6Jaymee20Alfredo7Kelsy21Luis8Michelle22O’Darious9Casandra23Dontrell10Julian32Kiara11Sebastian25Zach31Cristie26Danielle13Victoria27Aariq14Austin K

Springboard

Set up account

My website

Links

Use class code

Write down log in info in book

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October 8, 2014

LA10. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations.ENTRY TASKSPick up Springboard books

Remember new seats?AGENDAGoogle Docs

Set up accountWrite down log in info in bookLog in to type EA 1.1 as well as cover page and reflection

Same as last year…Usernamerigleang000@auburn.wednet.eduFirst 5 of last, First 3 of first, zero, zero, zeroPasswordTwo zeros in front of SN (8 characters)00123456psat 10-15-14Angela RigleyMexican-American Dancing DiviaEmbedded Assessment 1.1Honors LA10 p2October 8, 2014Reflection: 1¶ Which aspects of your cultural identity were you already…1¶ What are some of the different cultural heritages…

29Na’i13Coral2Sarah14Preston3Alex15Gwenn30Mauricio16Hayley5Brooklynn17Lesly6Blake18Garrett7Gerardo19Breezy8Kristina20Ana9Seth21Nik10Lindsey22Marco11Jaylene23Jake31Clint26SpringboardSet up accountMy websiteLinksUse class codeWrite down log in info in book

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October 9, 2014

DAILY OBJECTIVESReference EA 1.1 Scorning guideWrite a reflective essay explaining your cultural identityProduce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization and style are appropriate to the task, purpose, and audience.

LA10. Unit 1.

Cultural Conversations.

ENTRY TASKSPick up Springboard booksGet Chrome booksAGENDAOpen up Google Docs and continue typing your EA 1.1Be sure your document isDouble spacedTimes New Roman12 point fontSpelling-error freeGrammar-error freeCreate your cover pageNameTitle of EssayEA 1.1Class/PeriodDateAnswer the two reflection questions on the bottom of page 45. One paragraph for each response. psat

10-15-14Angela RigleyMexican-American Dancing DiviaEmbedded Assessment 1.1LA10 p3October 8, 2014Reflection: 1¶ Which aspects of your cultural identity were you already…1¶ What are some of the different cultural heritages…1Fidel15Alex2Kayla16Catherine3Austin17Noit4Anthony18Madelynn5Abe19Conner6Jaymee20Alfredo7Kelsy21Luis8Michelle22O’Darious9Casandra23Dontrell10Julian32Kiara11Sebastian25Zach12Cristie26Danielle13Victoria27

Aariq

14

Austin K

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October 9, 2014

DAILY OBJECTIVESReference EA 1.1 Scorning guideWrite a reflective essay explaining your cultural identityProduce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization and style are appropriate to the task, purpose, and audience.

LA10. Unit 1.

Cultural Conversations.

ENTRY TASKSPick up Springboard booksGet Chrome booksAGENDAOpen up Google Docs and continue typing your EA 1.1Be sure your document isDouble spacedTimes New Roman12 point fontSpelling-error freeGrammar-error freeCreate your cover pageNameTitle of EssayEA 1.1Class/PeriodDateAnswer the two reflection questions on the bottom of page 45. One paragraph for each response. psat

10-15-14Angela RigleyMexican-American Dancing DiviaEmbedded Assessment 1.1LA10 p3October 8, 2014Reflection: 1¶ Which aspects of your cultural identity were you already…1¶ What are some of the different cultural heritages…1Na’i15Coral2Sarah16Preston3Alex17Gwenn4Mauricio18Hayley5Brooklynn19Lesly6Blake20Garrett7Gerardo21Breezy8Kristina22Ana9Seth23Nik10Lindsey24Marco11Jaylene25Jake12Clint26Coral13Na’i27Preston

14

Sarah

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October 14, 2014

LA10. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations.ENTRY TASKSPick up Springboard books

Get Chrome booksAGENDAOpen up Google Docs and continue typing your EA 1.1Be sure your document

is1-2 pages Double spaced

Times New Roman12 point fontSpelling-error free*Check capital letters!Grammar-error freeCreate your cover pageNameTitle of EssayEA 1.1Class/PeriodDateAnswer the two reflection questions on the bottom of page 45. * One paragraph for each response. Angela RigleyMexican-American Dancing DiviaEmbedded Assessment 1.1LA10 p3October 8, 2014Reflection:

1¶ Which aspects of your cultural identity were you already…1¶ What are some of the different cultural heritages…1Fidel15Alex2Kayla16Catherine3Austin17Noit4Anthony18Madelynn5Abe19Conner6Jaymee20Alfredo7Kelsy21Luis8Michelle22O’Darious9Casandra23Dontrell10Julian32Kiara11Sebastian25Zach12Cristie26Danielle13Victoria27Aariq14Austin K

psat

tomorrow

Test

8:05-11:20

Bring something to read in case you finish early.

11:20

First lunch or first period

All 6 classes meet tomorrow

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October 14, 2014

LA10. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations.ENTRY TASKSPick up Springboard books

Get Chrome booksAGENDAOpen up Google Docs and continue typing your EA 1.1Be sure your document

isDouble spacedTimes New Roman

12 point fontSpelling-error free*Check capital letters!Grammar-error freeCreate your cover pageNameTitle of EssayEA 1.1Class/PeriodDateAnswer the two reflection questions on the bottom of page 45. One paragraph for each response. Angela RigleyMexican-American Dancing DiviaEmbedded Assessment 1.1LA10 p3October 8, 2014Reflection: 1¶ Which aspects of your cultural identity were you already…

1¶ What are some of the different cultural heritages…PSAT tomorrowTest8:05-11:20Bring something to read in case you finish early.First lunch or first periodat 11:20All 6 classes meet tomorrowTHIS Thursday (by 3:00PM)is the last dayfor any re-dos, rewrites, late or missing work from Sept 5-Oct 15After Thursday, it will stay a zero.1Fidel15Alex2Kayla16Catherine3Austin17Noit4Anthony18Madelynn5Abe19Conner6Jaymee20Alfredo7Kelsy21Luis8Michelle22O’Darious9Casandra23Dontrell10Julian32Kiara11

Sebastian

25

Zach

12

Cristie

26

Danielle

13

Victoria

27

Aariq

14

Austin K

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Final Embedded Assessment due Wednesday, October 15th

at the end of the 20 minute period –you will be in lab 203 to print tomorrow!Staple in order:Cover pageFinal (clean, perfect) CopyRough draft(s)Green rubric –you will highlight this before turning it in. Evaluate yourself

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October 16, 2014

LA10. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations.ENTRY TASKSPick up Springboard books

AGENDAStart second half of unit one [PAGE 47]Essential QuestionsHow do cultural experiences shape, impact, or influence our identity and perceptions?

How do we synthesize multiple sources of information into a cohesive argument?Unpack EA 1.2 [PAGE 85]

Graphic OrganizerDeconstructing a writing prompt [PAGE 48]SubjectSpeakerType of EssayTaskHintsTODAY(by 3:00PM)is the last dayfor any re-dos, rewrites, late or missing work from Sept 5-Oct 15After 3:00, it will stay a zero.DAILY OBJECTIVESIdentify the knowledge and skills needed to completed Embedded Assessment 1.2 successfullyDeconstruct a writing promptEA 1.2

Collaboratewritean essaywith peersNeed 5 different colors

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Skills –what you’ll do

Knowledge –what you need to know

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October 17, 2014

LA10. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations.ENTRY TASKSPick up Springboard books

AGENDAVocabulary Notecard 1.2Juxtaposition (p32)

Synthesis (p57)Allusion (p50)

Images (p53)Argument (p67)Concession (p74)Refutation (p74)Denotation (p427)Connotation (p427)Figurative Language (p53) Colliding Worlds [page 50]Quick Write Underline or highlight allusionsDAILY OBJECTIVEAnalyze the structure of a text to explain how the author unfolds a series of ideas for effect.Homecoming Spirit Next Week Monday:PJ/Seattle SportsTuesday:Flannel/Western wearWednesday:Pink-outThursday:Color War

Friday:Twinning

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October 19, 2014

LA10. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations.ENTRY TASKSPick up Springboard books

Make sure you have your vocabulary note card 1.2Juxtaposition (p32)Synthesis (p57)Allusion (p50)Images (p53)

Argument (p67)Concession (p74)Refutation (p74)

Denotation (p427)Connotation (p427)Figurative Language (p53) AGENDAColliding Worlds [page 50]Underline allusions (reference to well-known people, events, places from history, music, art, or books.) ie: LA Dodgers, Rodeo Drive, etc)How do the allusions help us understand the story?Consider how they add flavor to the story.T.A.G. [Title, Author, Genre] Why is TAG important in an essay?In the popular fantasy series, Harry Potter, by J.K. Rowling…What is a “claim”? How is Harry Potter an example of a coming of age story?Persuasive writing prompt on page 52 To what extent does one’s background affect his or her perception of a situation?

DAILY OBJECTIVEAnalyze the structure of a text to explain how the author unfolds a series of ideas for effect.Homecoming Spirit Week Monday:PJ/Seattle SportsTuesday:Flannel/Western wearWednesday:Pink-outThursday:Color WarFriday:Twinning

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October 22, 2014

LA10. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations.ENTRY TASKSPick up Springboard books

Make sure you have your vocabulary note card 1.2AGENDATED talks –allusions, cont.

Brain MagicHow to Live Before you Die

The Puzzle of MotivationWhy we do what we doHow I Held My BreathWrite a response to the prompt on page 52: To what extent does one’sThe new arrivals to Abackground affect his or her perception of a given situation? For example:Americans in Pico Iyer’s “Where Worlds Collide” are less affected by their new surroundings than they are by their own expectations of the land and promise that awaits them. Iyer describes the “unending cacophony” (p6) of sounds and the “opportunities [that] are swirling dizzily, promiscuously” (p2) within the newcomers’ vision. Even so, the barrage of colors and noise do not suggest that they are going any where but the “Land of Opportunity,” a phrase whose idea is repeated at least four times. This allusion to the “Promised Land,” (p1) a biblical place that beckoned God’s chosen people, is referenced as a new life they can “claim” in the “The City of Angels.” So in spite of images of overwhelming transportation options (p2), overpriced snacks (p4), and overzealous sales pitches (p2), the new arrivals “await” something; their expectations of the opportunities are not even squelched as they move into their new home. Iyer’s piece strongly suggests that expectations are a part of one’s background, and in this case, expectations are enough to hide otherwise daunting visions from one’s experience. DAILY OBJECTIVEAnalyze the structure of a text to explain how the author unfolds a series of ideas for effect.

Homecoming Spirit Week Monday:PJ/Seattle SportsTuesday:Flannel/Western wearWednesday:Pink-outThursday:Color WarFriday:Twinning

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In, Big Fish, Will seeks to understand who his father is before he loses him forever. He has to interview to a number of people in order to SYNTHESIZE a CLAIM/BELIEF about his father’s identity.

How to parents influence your perspectives on your individual 1. values2. beliefs3. acceptable behaviorsand 4. socially constructed ideas (religion, politics, success)

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October 28, 2014

LA10. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations.ENTRY TASKSGet your

ChromebookLog in to GoogleAGENDAGo to classroom.google.com

Join my classCode: aaa6nhFind the Big Fish literary elements assignment.

Type and submit your three responses (due at the end of class). If you finish early, you can begin revising your EA 1.1. If you turned the assignment in ON TIME, you get ONE rewrite for up to 10% grade improvement. ALL of you should take advantage of this. Your rewrite is due Friday and we will spend Thursday working on it.DAILY OBJECTIVEMake logical inferences from a text (film: Big Fish)Analyze how and why individuals, events, and ideas develop and interact over the course of a text.Identify figurative language and literary elements in a non-print text.If you are missed any part of the film, you can research clips, summaries and reviews online. It would also be helpful to talk with your tablemates. 1Na’i15Coral2

Sarah16Preston3Alex17Gwenn4Mauricio18Hayley5Brooklynn19Lesly6Blake20Garrett7Gerardo21Breezy8Kristina22Ana9Seth23Nik10Lindsey24Marco11Jaylene25Jake12Clint26Coral13Na’i27Preston14Sarah

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October

29, 2014LA10. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations.

ENTRY TASKSPick up Springboard booksAGENDAGo over EA 1.1

Observations

OpportunitiesEdit workshops & teacher feedbackIf you turned it in on time (no clock stamp) you can rewrite it one time.If you didn’t do it, you can still turn it in.10% grade improvement. Chromebooks Thursday.Rewrite Requirements due Friday by 2:35PMNew and improved copy and cover page (on top)Highlight all changes made on new copyAttach original final draft, cover page, and rubricInclude a 1 page, typed, double spaced reflection:Identify elements of the rubric that you targeted for improvement –give specific examples. In what ways is your new and improved copy stronger than your last draft?Reflect on what you have learned about yourself as a writer.What did you learn from this writing experience that you could use in the future

?DAILY OBJECTIVEAnalyze a work of fiction to determine and explain the theme of the work.Compare and contrast how different authors explore similar subjects and themes.Tomorrow:We are ARFriday:Orange is the new BlackRemember to check class website for information and resources.

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October

29, 2014LA10. Unit 1. Cultural Conversations.

ENTRY TASKSPick up Springboard booksAGENDAPage 53: Highlight and identify

symbols, imagery, and

figurative language in the poem. ConnotationDenotationSight, Sound, Touch, Taste, SmellMetaphorAnaphora PersonificationUnderline lines that you think are important in establishing the meaning of quilts to the speaker. How do the pieces of the quilt embody cultural heritage? “wedding organdies, velvets,” “Michigan spring faced curtain pieces,” “father’s Santa Fe work shirt,” “summer denims,” and “somber black silk” are all expressive of the family heritage. In line 22, what image does the verb “galloping” create?What truth (about life) is presented in Acosta’s poem?SIFT strategy [pg 56]As a table, write an interpretive thesis for the poem. Use T.A.G. and identify the tone/theme of the piece.

DAILY OBJECTIVEAnalyze a work of fiction to determine and explain the theme of the work.Compare and contrast how different authors explore similar subjects and themes.Tomorrow:We are ARFriday:Orange is the new Black