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Good Morning, Class! Please come in quietly and take out:
  • pencil
Homework: Find classroom library books to return! Today’s Schedule
  • Per. 8/1 (8:15-9:05) – Team Yale Huddle in Auditorium
  • Per. 7 (9:08-9:56)
  • Per. 3 (10:01-10:49)
  • Per. 4 (10:52-11:40)
  • LUNCH 11:40-12:25 – Pizza recognition
  • Per. 6 (12:28-1:16)
  • Per. 2/8 (1:19-2:07)
  • Per. 1 (2:12-3:00)
Per. 3 (10:01-10:49) – Creative Writing

Who was Georges Méliès?

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Good Morning, Class! Please come in quietly and take out:
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(Note from PE Department: Last day to clear out lockers is today!)

Homework: Find classroom library books to return! Per. 1 (8:15-9:05) – Language Arts

Bengal Bowl signups

Per. 2 (9:08-9:56) – Language Arts

Letter to Incoming 6th Graders: What do incoming students need to know in order to have a successful 6th grade year?

Per. 3 (10:01-10:49) – Creative Writing

Who was Georges Méliès?

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Welcome to Math! Please come in quietly and take out:
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Big Ideas 1.2: Shards of a Shape

Learning Target: Students will play with different ways to decompose a complex polygon to find its area. (G.1)

What if we started with the partial pieces?

Real-World Math: Hidden Figures

Part 1

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Good Morning, Class! Please come in quietly and take out:
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Per. 1 (8:15-9:05) – Language Arts

Classroom Book Sort

  • Sit by genres
  • Do book pass and sort keep / don’t keep
Homework: Find classroom library books and bring back! Per. 2 (9:08-9:56) – Language Arts

  • Finish Book of the Year poster
  • Finish Thank You card(s)
Per. 3 (10:01-10:49) – Creative Writing

Learning Target: Students will perform a read-through of their scripts.

  • Script read for class
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Good Morning, Class! Please come in quietly and take out:
  • highlighter
Per. 3 (9:33-10:47)

Learning Target: Students will perform a read-through of their scripts.

  • Choose roles and highlight parts
  • Read-through at table
  • Read for class
Per. 1 (11:36-12:50)

Learning Target: Students will be able to create a poster displaying a category of book award for one of the books they have read this year.

What types of book awards have you heard of?

What kinds of categories are there for book awards?

  •  Examples:
    • Best Fiction Series
    • Best Illustrations
    • Most Humorous Picture Book
    • Best Lesson Learned
    • Book With the Bravest Character
    • Most Unpredictable Story
    • Favorite Action-Adventure Chapter Book
    • Favorite Mixed-Up Fairy Tale
    • Most Interesting Biography
    • Book With a Character Who Changes the Most From Beginning to End
    • Book With the Best Hero
    • Book With the Best Example of Teamwork
    • Book With the Most Descriptive Language
    • Best Holiday Story
  • Choose a book that you read this year for your independent reading that you think deserves an award. What kind of award would it be?
  • Create a poster with important elements from the book as well as your award stamp or seal
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Welcome to Math! Please come in quietly and take out:
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Big Ideas 1.2: Shards of a Shape

Learning Target: Students will play with different ways to decompose a complex polygon to find its area. (G.1)

Open Big Idea 1.2: Shards of a Shape assignment on Classroom

  • Make Group Proof on Shape Outline
  • Discuss 1
  • Explore
  • Discuss 2
  • Reflect
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Good Morning, Class! Please come in quietly and take out:
  • headphones / earbuds
  • Chromebook
Per. 2 (8:15-9:29)

Open End-of-Year Slide Reflection Project on Classroom

(Per. 3 group: Be sure you have turned in your Digital Storytelling Video!)

Homework:
  1. Read 30+ pages and log on Biblionasium:
    1. Book title
    2. Page #s you read (p. ____ to p. ____)
    3. Big Thing that Happened (1-2 sentences: Who? What? When? Where?) + 1 question, prediction, inference, connection, visualization, or new word and how you guessed its meaning
Per. 9 (9:33-10:21) – Advisory

Bengal News

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Welcome to Math! Please come in quietly and take out:
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  • Chromebook
Big Ideas 1.2: Shards of a Shape

Learning Target: Students will play with different ways to decompose a complex polygon to find its area. (G.1)

Open Big Idea 1.2: Shards of a Shape assignment on Classroom

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Good Morning, Class! Please come in quietly and take out:
  • “Monsters Are Due” teleplay
  • Chromebook
Per. 1 (8:15-9:05) – Language Arts

Learning Target: Students will be able to compare and contrast a story told in different media.

Open “Monsters Are Due on Maple Street” Screening doc on Classroom

  • Think
  • Discuss
  • Apply: Read this synopsis about the 2002 remake of Monsters.
    • What kind of changes do you notice?
    • Why do you think the writers/directors made those changes?
Per. 2 (9:08-9:56) – Language Arts
STAR Test

Silent reading when finished

Per. 3 (10:01-10:49) – Creative Writing

Learning Target: Students will be able to turn agreed-upon ideas from their Beat Sheets into pages of script.

Complete the Scriptwriting Evaluation and Reflection (on Classroom)

Open Collaborative Screenplay Planning doc

  • Open Collaborative Screenwriting Draft document
    • All is Lost
    • Aha!
    • Final Push
    • Closing Scene (Resolution)
  • Finished with your script? Read Revision Frenzy for next steps and grade yourself with Rubric
Homework:
  1. Read 30+ pages and log on Biblionasium:
    1. Book title
    2. Page #s you read (p. ____ to p. ____)
    3. Big Thing that Happened (1-2 sentences: Who? What? When? Where?) + 1 question, prediction, inference, connection, visualization, or new word and how you guessed its meaning
  2. Finish all assignments on Classroom and StudySync.
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Welcome to Math! Please come in quietly and take out:
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  • Chromebook
Big Ideas 1.1: How Big Is the Footprint?

Learning Target: Students will develop methods for finding the area of irregular polygons by exploring ways to decompose two‐dimensional figures and reason about partial square units. (G.1)

Open Big Idea 1.1: How Big is the Footprint? assignment on Classroom

  • Explore: Polygon Sheet Set
  • Discuss
  • Reflect

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