Oct. 13-14 & 17-21, 2022

Oct. 10-14, 2022

 

Monday-Wednesday- Fall Break/Inservice Day

 

Thursday:

  1. Bell Ringer 4/#1
  2. “Flowers for Algernon”
  1. Record Grades on Tracker
  2. Socratic Seminar Prep-

-Review Topics of Discussion CWT, Informational Article, Anticipation Guide)

Continue developing claims & gathering evidence to support/oppose (Discussion Ques. #1-2)

  1. Introduce context of the Informational Article

 

Friday: (Sub)

  1. Bell Ringer #2
  2. “Flowers for Algernon”
  1. Socratic Seminar Prep

- UNWRAP/Annotate Information Article

  1. Continue to gather evidence to support claims from both the article & text

 

 

Oct. 17-21, 2022

 

Monday:

  1. Bell Ringer #3
  2. “Flowers for Algernon”
  1. Socratic Seminar Prep-Choose Jobs/Roles & Explain Process
  2. Post-Anticipation Guide rankings of Agree/Disagree
  3. Finish locating evidence of claims using text and articles as needed

 

Tuesday:

  1. Bell Ringer #4
  2. “Flowers for Algernon”
  1. Socratic Seminar Activity -Day 1
  2. Review Jobs/Roles/Expectations
  3. Debate/Discussion Topic- Consider how Charlie has changed from the beginning of the story. Should Charlie have had the operation? Use evidence from the text and the article to support your claim.

 

Wednesday:

  1. Bell Ringer #5
  2. “Flowers for Algernon”
  1. Socratic Seminar Activity- Day 2- Continue discussion using Post Anticipation Guide Questions and Student Generated Questions
  2. Closure-Exit Ticket & Teacher facilitated reflective discussion regarding knowledge gained during the Socratic process

 

Thursday:

  1. Bell Ringer # 6
  2. “Flowers for Algernon”
  1. Wrap up Socratic as needed/Discuss Exit Tickets-Socratic Seminar Reflection from yesterday
  2. RAPCC Constructed Response- Write Independently/Self-Check/Peer Edit/Revise as needed
  3. Blooket Game- Review skills and standards for final FFA test tomorrow

 

Friday:

  1. Bell Ringer #7  
  2. “Flowers for Algernon”
  1. Test on Story
  1. Introduce “Frankenstein” by Mary Shelley-Get to Know the Author/Background