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Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
Before the music ends…
• Turn in your Reading Journals to your class’
black HW tray
 No late work accepted on this one!
• Get out your interactive notebooks and open to
page 7 & title it “Daily Oral Language Warmups”
• Get out your textbooks
DOL Warm-Up
• Put today’s date in the left margin
• Copy the following two sentences into your
notebooks & do your best to correct the errors
 no one is sure when or how the first people
arrived in what is not called the United States
 They may have arrived as recently as 12000
years ago or as long ago as 70000 years.
• Do not waste room; you will need to fit another
4 of these on this page (8 sentences)
DOL Warm-Up
• Did you get them right?
 No one is sure when or how the first people
arrived in what is now called the United States.
 They may have arrived as recently as 12,000
years ago or as long ago as 70,000 years.
• If not, fix them now!
Agenda: 8/27/12
• Warmup
• Unit 1 Introduction
• Interactive Notebook Setup
Reminders
• today
 Reading Journal 1 (if you are trying for an A)
• this week
 AoW 2 Reflection Friday
 Reading Journal Friday
Unit 1: Beginnings-1750
• Open textbook to pages 2-3
• Using the time line displayed, answer the
critical questions on the handout, on page 95 of
your Interactive Notebooks
 I expect E3 students to answer only in complete
sentences
• Don’t write SHORT sentences, but all 10 need to
fit on p95, so don’t waste space.
• If you run out of room, you may continue on the
back of the ½-sheet (it will be stapled in) or on
another piece of paper to staple over
 Questions 1-5 have two parts to each question
• Part 2 tends to be “under the surface”
When you have finished…
• Staple the half-sheet with the questions to the
top of your p95
• On p94 in your IN, write a reflection of what you
know of your birth. Topics to include:
 Where & when
 Earliest memories
 Do you feel like you were born into the right
family, and the right time?
 Ask your parents how you were as a birth and as
a baby.
• 1p = A, 3/4p = B, 1/2p = C, 1/4p = D
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warm-Up
• Put today’s date in the left margin
• Copy the following two sentences into your
notebooks (same page as yesterday: #7) & do
your best to correct the errors
 Native Americans have been in North America
thirty times longer then europeans have been on
the continent.
 Actually colonists did not arrive in North America
until the late 1500’s.
• Do not waste room; you will need to fit another
3 of these on this page (6 sentences)
DOL Warm-Up
• Did you get them right?
 Native Americans have been in North America
thirty times longer than Europeans have been on
the continent.
 Actually, colonists did not arrive in North America
until the late 1500’s.
• If not, fix them now!
Agenda: 8/28/12
• DOL Warmup
• Grammar Review
• Timeline Review
• Historical Context Clues
Reminders
• this week
 AoW 2 Reflection Friday
 Reading Journal Friday
Grammar: Parts of Speech
• Open your IN to p17 and title “Grammar: Parts
of Speech”
• Copy the following, and skip lines between:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
•
noun:
pronoun:
adjective:
verb:
adverb:
preposition:
conjunction:
interjection:
Write what you think each is (even if it’s a
guess)
Grammar: Parts of Speech
Independent Practice
• On p17 (underneath your notes/guesses from
the review), rate how confident you feel on each
part of speech (1=I ROCK THIS, 8=huh?)
• Choose your BOTTOM 3 (6, 7, & 8) and do 6
grammar exercises posted on SchoolLoop for
each of those parts on p16 of your IN (titled
“Grammar: Parts of Speech Independent
Practice”)
 All of the worksheets have more than 6; you
choose which 6 to do.
America’s Timeline: 1492-1750
• Open your INs to p95
• Looking over the answers to your questions
from yesterday, come up with 5 words (with
your elbow partner) to describe this period in
America’s history.
• What do you think the “theme” of this time
period is?
Historical Context
• From where do we get clues about a piece’s
historical period?
• On your own:
 Read & annotate the passage from “The History
of the Dividing Line” as directed on the
worksheet.
• When finished, staple the worksheet to p97 of
your IN
Homework
• On p96 of your IN, list words, phrases, and
references that you think could appear in
writings that would give the students of the
future the historical context of this period.
 Title it “Today’s Historical Context”
• 1p = A, 3/4p = B, 1/2p = C, 1/4p = D
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warm-Up
• Grab your textbooks on the way in
• Put today’s date in the left margin
• Copy the following two sentences into your
notebooks & do your best to correct the errors
1. In 1620, a small group of Puritans sailed to
America and landed in what is now Plymouth
Massachusetts.
2. By following the advise of the Native
Americans. Many Puritans survived the
hardships of the New World.
• Do not waste room; you will need to fit another
2 of these on this page (4 sentences)
DOL Warm-Up
• Did you get them right?
1. In 1620, a small group of Puritans sailed to
America and landed in what is now Plymouth,
Massachusetts.
2. By following the advice of the Native
Americans, many Puritans survived the
hardships of the New World.
• If not, fix them now!
Agenda: 8/29/12
• DOL Warmup
• Writing: Word Choice
• from The Journal of the First Voyage to
America
Reminders
• this week
 AoW 2 Reflection Friday
 Reading Journal Friday
• next week
 Grammar: Parts of Speech Ind. Practice
Tuesday
Word Choice
• (Take notes on p57)
• How many words are there in the English
language?
 Current estimates: 250,000-1,072,000
• How do you choose the right one?
 Audience
• Relationship
 Purpose
 History/Context
 Denotation
 Connotation
Triggering Words
• On p56, draw the following table:
Word
Audience
Why
• Throughout the grading period, you are to come
up with words that might be negatively
“triggering” for certain people. Record the word,
who it triggers, and why. I will check it on 9/21
for credit.
• A=20 words; B=15 words; C=10 words; D=5 words
from Journal of the First Voyage
to America
• Open textbooks to p15
• Follow along in your books
• On p99, answer the following question in a
reframed sentence
 If you had sponsored Columbus’s voyage, how
would you feel upon reading this account of his
experience?
• Complete “Literary Focus: Journals” worksheet
with your elbow partner and staple on top of
p99
Processing Work
• (Homework if not finished in class)
• On p98, copy & answer the following prompt:
 How would you have sold the idea of traveling
around the globe to people who believed it would
not be worth the expense? What sort of reasons
would you include? Write a convincing argument.
 Title it “If I were Columbus…”
• 1p = A, 3/4p = B, 1/2p = C, 1/4p = D
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warm-Up
• Grab your textbooks on the way in
• Put today’s date in the left margin (p7)
• Copy the following two sentences into your
notebooks & do your best to correct the errors
 Many husbands and wifes died that first harsh
winter in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, many
children were orphaned.
 Everyone had his fears during that bitter time, as
a result; many people thought about returning to
Europe.
• Do not waste room; you will need to fit another
1 of these on this page (2 sentences)
DOL Warm-Up
• Did you get them right?
 Many husbands and wives died that first harsh
winter in the Massachusetts Bay Colony; many
children were orphaned.
 Everyone had his or her fears during that bitter
time; as a result, many people thought about
returning to Europe.
• If not, fix them now!
Agenda: 8/30/12
• DOL Warmup
• Grammar: Sentences
• Cultural American Origin Myths
Reminders
• tomorrow
 AoW 2 Reflection
 Reading Journal
• next week
 Grammar: Parts of Speech Ind. Practice
Tuesday
Grammar: Sentences
• open INs to p19 and take notes
• What is required to make a sentence?
 subject (who/what is doing ___)
 predicate
• verb (what is s/he/it doing or being)
• complete thought
Grammar: Sentences
• Clauses
 independent (aka ordinate)
• stands alone
 dependent (aka subordinate)
• contains subject & verb but do not express
complete thought
Grammar: Sentences
• How do you fix what’s broken?
 Attach it to something else compatible
 Add something to it
Grammar: Sentences
• phrase
 NOT the same as a dependent clause
 A group of words that functions as a part of
speech, such as an adjective or noun
 if on its own, is fragment: no subject, no verb, no
complete thought
• Examples (do not need to copy)
 However, there are plenty of opportunities for
students to create their own jobs.
 Maybe you are an outgoing person with good
computer skills.
 Having worked with children, you will have an
advantage over less-experienced sitters.
Grammar: Sentences
• S or F: Although traditional after-school jobs are
still popular.
 Fragment!
• S or F: I was tired.
 Sentence!
• My mother went to the store. Although she had
many errands to run.
 My mother went to the store, although she had
many errands to run.
• In the pool.
 My little sister almost drowned in the pool.
Grammar: Sentences Reflection
• HW: on p18 draw or find a picture to illustrate
each of the 4 concepts:
 sentence
 fragment
 dependent/subordinate clause
 phrase
Cultural American Origin Myths
• Open your INs to p101
• In your group of 4, determine who is A, B, C, &
D (you have 30 seconds to decide and write the
letter at the top of p101)
Cultural American Origin Myths
• Read your assigned origin myth to yourself,
then write a 1-3 sentence summary what the
myth was about
• When all 4 have finished reading, report to your
group in 1 minute or less
a.
b.
c.
d.
•
“The Earth on Turtle’s Back” p22
“When Grizzlies Walked Upright” p24
from “The Navajo Origin Legend” p26
from “The Iroquois Constitution” p28
Take notes when your group members give
their summaries (1 sentence for each letter)
Cultural Details
• As a group, complete the 4 questions on the
gold worksheet and staple to the top of p101
• On p100, write an origin myth that is either
 From your own culture
 Something that interests you
• 1p = A, 3/4p = B, 1/2p = C, 1/4p = D
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warm-Up
• Put today’s date in the left margin
• Copy the following two sentences into your
notebooks & do your best to correct the errors
 In his book Of Plymouth Plantation William
Bradford described what the Puritans believed
and experienced.
 The Puritans wrote the mayflower compact to
settle disagreements among members of the
colony.
DOL Warm-Up
• Did you get them right?
 In his book Of Plymouth Plantation, William
Bradford described what the Puritans believed
and experienced.
 The Puritans wrote the Mayflower Compact to
settle disagreements among members of the
colony.
• If not, fix them now!
Agenda: 8/31/12
• DOL Warmup
• ABC Review
• Color-Coding Paragraphs
Reminders
• today
 AoW 2 Reflection
 Reading Journal
Interactive Notebooks
• INs will be assessed/due on 9/28
• Part of the grade will be following specific
directions (right pages on right page numbers)
• I will stamp assignments when it matters to me
that they are on time, but you can include them
later for reduction in points (as long as they are
in by 9/28)
• All pages must be firmly attached, not falling out
• If you are ever absent, check the class master
copy to see what you have missed or you will
lose points.
Interactive Notebooks
• If you have put something on the wrong page,
you may paste binder paper over it and re-do (if
it cannot be erased or unglued.
• Assignments may be typed up/printed and
attached to assigned page
Interactive Notebooks
• Table of Contents:
 p1: Main
 p5: Grammar & Vocabulary
 p41: Writing
 p91: Literature
• (Self Inventory & Unit Overview we will get to
next week)
Interactive Notebooks
• Parent Checkins
 2-3 times per grading period you will show your
INs to your parents and THEY will answer
questions that I will give you, and they will sign.
 Graded assignment
Interactive Notebooks
• Important Dates & Deadlines
 Ungraded
 Page for you to write the dates you think are
important
•
•
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End of GP
Collaboration Days
Due Dates
Test Days
Interactive Notebooks
• Grading Period Reflection
 Assignment to be completed on 9/28
Interactive Notebooks: Grammar
• Daily Oral Language
 You know what this is!
• Daily Oral Language Reflection
 End of each week, write a reflection in paragraph
form addressing the following topics
• Corrections you did well (and why)
• Mistakes you missed (and why)
• Areas you need to work on
 BE SPECIFIC
 Checked the following Monday (or Tues if Mon is
a holiday)
• 1/2p = A, 1/4p = C
Interactive Notebooks: Grammar
• Grammar Topics
 Filling in as we go:
• Parts of Speech
• Sentences
• etc
• Vocabulary
 Will be explained when we start next week
Interactive Notebooks: Grammar
• Word Cornucopia
 Write down words (and definitions) that you
come across during the grading period
(preferably in the
curriculum/assignments/lectures) that you find
• Interesting
• Fun
• Personally meaningful
 Words that you like or that just plain strike you
• A = 20; B = 15; C = 10; D = 5
• (Reflection will be done @ end of GP)
Interactive Notebooks: Grammar
• Word Wall & Word Wall Practice will be
explained next week
 Has to do with vocabulary assignments
Interactive Notebooks: Grammar
• Golden Lines
 Write down quotes you come across in this
class, other classes, or things you read that are
somehow meaningful to you or strike you
• Golden Lines Reflection will be done/explained
later in semester
Interactive Notebooks:
Literature
• Independent Reading Ideas & Shared Reviews
will be done 9/28
• Book Review & Book Review Reflection will be
addressed later
• Unit Test & Unit Test Reflection will be done @
end of GP
Interactive Notebooks:
Literature
• Reading Journal
 You know what that is!
 Even if you are skipping some because you are
not trying for a 4 on the rubric, do them on the
page for the week.
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•
RJ1=8/27
RJ2=8/31
RJ3=9/7
RJ4=9/14
RJ5=9/21
RJ6=9/28
Interactive Notebooks:
Literature
• Reading Journal Analysis
 End of each week, write a reflection in paragraph
form addressing the following topics
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# of days spent reading
Time periods reading (5m, 30m, etc)
Things you tried that worked (and why)
Thinks you tried that didn’t (and why)
How much you are understanding the book
How much you are enjoying the book
How to improve reading experience
How challenged this particular book makes you feel
 BE SPECIFIC
1/2p = A, 1/4p = C
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warm-Up
• Grab your textbooks on the way in
• Put today’s date in the left margin (p9)
• Copy the following two sentences into your
notebooks & do your best to correct the errors
1. Puritanism an outgrowth of Calvinism was a
religious movement in the 16th and 17th
centuries.
2. The Puritans believed that they were different
than other people because the lord had
selected them for salvation.
• Do not waste room; you will need to fit another
3 of these on this page (6 sentences)
DOL Warm-Up
• Did you get them right?
1. Puritanism, an outgrowth of Calvinism, was a
religious movement in the sixteenth and
seventeenth centuries.
2. The Puritans believed that they were different
from other people because the Lord had
selected them for salvation.
• If not, fix them now!
Agenda: 9/4/12
• DOL Warmup
• Vocabulary Definitions
• Exploration Narratives: A Journey Through
Texas
Reminders
• tomorrow
 Grammar: Parts of Speech Ind Practice
 Grammar: Sentence Illustrations
• this week
 Vocabulary Definitions Thursday
 AoW 3 Reflection Friday
 Reading Journal 3 Friday
Vocabulary Definitions
1. Teacher reads word
2. Class repeats word
3. Teacher reads sentence
4. Students individually guess word’s meaning
5. Repeat 1-4 to end
6. Students get definitions for HW
 Do NOT use word as part of definition
 Definitions must be 3 words or more long
 Definition must match both part of speech and
way word is used in sample sentence
Exploration Narrative: A Journey
Through Texas
• Turn IN to p103
 List 3 places that you most want to “explore”.
These should be new to you, if already explored
by someone else. Why do you want to explore
them? What would you be looking for?
• Open textbooks to p32
• As you read p34-37:
 Record 5 things Cabeza de Vaca and his team
learned about the land or its people
 Record 3 things you infer about Cabeza de Vaca
through his writing style. Include reasoning why
you infer
• Like you did for Columbus’ journal
Rate the Explorer: Cabeza de
Vaca
• On p102 of the IN:
 How would you rate Cabeza de Vaca’s value as
an explorer? Use specific examples from the text
to support.
 ½ page
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warm-Up
Agenda: 9/5/12
• DOL Warmup
• Writing Tips: Sentence Branching
• Exploration Narratives: A Journey Through
Texas
Reminders
• today
 Grammar: Parts of Speech Ind Practice
 Grammar: Sentence Illustrations
• tomorrow
 Vocabulary Definitions
• this week
 AoW 3 Reflection Friday
 Reading Journal 3 Friday
Writing Tips: Sentence Branching
• Open your IN to pg59 and take notes
• sentences that follow the same pattern in an
essay are boring
 show lack of maturity as a writer
 Examples of “same pattern”:
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•
same # of words per sentence
same order of parts of speech
all sentences start the same
all sentences end the same
Writing Tips: Sentence Branching
• make sentences
more
sophisticated
through
“branching”
 front
 middle
 end
Writing Tips: Sentence Branching
• I drove my car to the beach.
 _______, I drove my car to the beach.
• Hurriedly, I drove my car to the beach.
 I drove my car, _______, to the beach.
• I drove my car, radio blasting, to the beach.
 I drove my car to the beach, __________.
• I drove my car to the beach, praying the waves
would be good.
• In your INs, add your own front, middle, & end
branches (write the sentence 3 times).
My Branches
• Throughout the grading period, examine your
own writing for instances of simple sentences
 essays
 journals
 HW assignments
 reflections
• Write them down on pg58 in their original form,
then re-write a branching you can use to
improve it.
• A=10; B=7; C=5; D=3
• due Thursday, 9/27
Exploration Narrative: A Journey
Through Texas
• Finish notes from yesterday (INp103)
• As you read p34-37:
 Record 5 things Cabeza de Vaca and his team
learned about the land or its people
 Record 3 things you infer about Cabeza de Vaca
through his writing style. Include reasoning why
you infer
• Like you did for Columbus’ journal
Exploration Narrative: A Journey
Through Texas
• Give One, Get One
 Turn to your elbow partner and “exchange
observations”
• S/he copies down one observation & one
inference you have that s/he doesn’t
• You do the same
Rate the Explorer: Cabeza de
Vaca
• On p102 of the IN:
 How would you rate Cabeza de Vaca’s value as
an explorer? Use specific examples from the text
to support.
 ½ page
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warm-Up
Agenda: 9/6/12
• DOL Warmup
• Vocabulary Flashcards
• Exploration Narratives: Boulders Taller than the
Tower of Seville
Reminders
• today
 Vocabulary Definitions
• tomorrow
 AoW 3 Reflection Friday
 Reading Journal 3 Friday
Vocabulary Flashcards
• Share w/ elbow partner your definition
• Decide which of you has the best definition
• On the red line:
 Write your assigned word (on the left)
 Write your names (on the right)
• On the lined side of the index card:
 LABEL & write the dictionary definition
 LABEL & write your definition (paraphrased)
• On the unlined side
 Create a graphic or symbol to represent your word
• Words/letters can be no more than 25% of total
Exploration Narratives: Boulders
Taller than the Great Tower of
Seville
• IN p105, textbook p38
• While reading, or after reading, answer the 2
“Check Your Comprehension” questions &
Critical Thinking #1 in reframed sentences.
• With your elbow partner, complete the 2
questions on the gold worksheet and staple to
the top of p105
Rate the Explorer: Cardenas
• On p104 of the IN:
 How would you rate Cardenas’ value as an
explorer? Use specific examples from the text to
support.
 ½ page
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warmup
Agenda: 9/7/12
• DOL Warmup
• ABC Review
• Paragraph Structure
Reminders
• today
 AoW 3 Reflection Friday
 Reading Journal 3 Friday
• next class
 DOL 2 Reflection
 Reading Journal 3 Analysis
• next week
 Vocabulary Sentences Tuesday
 AoW 4 Reflection Friday
 Reading Journal 4 Friday
Vocabulary Sentences
• 1 sentence for each word
• Underline word in sentence
• Must demonstrate understanding of the word
• Must relate to a short story or novel you have
read in English 1 or 2
 Must include name of story or novel
• Ex: Romeo made a very impetuous decision to kill
himself when he thought Juliet was dead. (Romeo
and Juliet)
ABC Review
• Copy the following to IN p71
 Write an essay discussing the relative strengths
and weaknesses of one particular source for
news. Develop your ideas so vividly that a reader
will have a clear understanding of the benefits
and shortcomings of a particular source of news.
ABC Review
• On IN p71
 Attack the prompt
• On IN p70
 Brainstorm
 Choose the order
• Work with your elbow partner, but write your
answers in your own INs
Paragraph Structure
• Open INs to p61
• Attach handout to p61
• On p60, reflect which of the three colors would
be most important. What do YOU think the
percentage of each should be in your
paragraphs?
 1/4p-1/2p
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warmup
• (SMART Notebook)
Agenda: 9/10/12
• DOL Warmup
• Grammar: Adjective & Adverb Clauses
• Slave Narratives
Reminders
• today
 DOL 2 Reflection
 Reading Journal 3 Analysis
• tomorrow
 Vocabulary Sentences
 BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT
• next week
 AoW 4 Reflection Friday
 Reading Journal 4 Friday
Grammar: Adjective & Adverb
Clauses
• (take notes on IN p21)
• subordinate clause: contains subject & verb but
does not express complete thought and cannot
stand alone
Grammar: Adjective & Adverb
Clauses
• adjective clause: s.c. used as adjective
 starts with relative pronoun
• that, who, whom, whose, which
 or relative adverb
• where, when, why
Examples: (do not copy)
• Willy Higinbotham is the scientist who invented the first
computer game.
• It was he who developed computer tennis.
• Have you seen the computer that Higinbotham used?
• Have you seen the desk where Higinbotham sat?
Grammar: Adjective & Adverb
Clauses
• essential/restrictive clauses provide information
necessary to identify noun/pronoun
 not set off with commas
• nonessential/nonrestrictive clauses add extra
info about noun/pronoun whose meaning is
already clear
 is set off with commas
Examples: (do not copy)
• Tourists can visit the laboratory that employed
Higinbotham.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, which employed
Higinbotham, is in Upton, New York.
Grammar: Adjective & Adverb
Clauses
• adverb clause: s.c. used as adverb
 when, because, than, where, after, before, although
Examples: (do not copy)
• Charles Babbage paved the way for the computer when
he devised his “analytical engine.”
• Babbage’s invention was important because it proved
machines’ ability to perform mathematical operations.
• Computers can solve complicated math problems faster
than people can.
Slave Narratives
• On INp106, reflect on the following in a
reframed sentence
 How would you feel if you were sent to another
country against your will?
• Read through “The Interesting Narrative of the
Life of Olaudah Equiano” p p44-47
• Now that you have finished reading about
another’s experiences, write a paragraph on
INp106 comparing/contrasting your feelings
with Equiano’s
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warmup
• (SMART Notebook)
Agenda: 9/11/12
• DOL Warmup
• Vocabulary Review
• Slave Narratives, cont
Reminders
• today
 Vocabulary Sentences
 BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT
• this week
 AoW 4 Reflection Friday
 Reading Journal 4 Friday
Vocabulary Review
• Column 1: Fill in the words & parts of speech
abundance (n)
exquisite (adj)
affliction (n)
protrude (v)
entreat (v)
mortality (n)
subsist (v)
traverse (v)
dispatch (v)
feign (v)
• Column 2: Your best recollection of the
definition
• Column 3: Rate your knowledge/comfort with
the word now
• Column 4: The actual definition, from your chart
or dictionary (for HW)
Slave Narratives
• IN p107; TB p44-47
• Complete gold worksheet with elbow partner &
staple to INp107
 For #4, use smart phones or do for HW
• On the bottom of the gold worksheet, write at
least 5 significant words or phrases to describe
Equiano (character traits)
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warmup
• (SMART Notebook)
Agenda: 9/12/12
• DOL Warmup
• Writing Tips: Revising
Reminders
• tomorrow
 Vocabulary Review
 Vocabulary Quiz
• this week
 AoW 4 Reflection Friday
 Reading Journal 4 Friday
• Be finished “catching up” your INs with
anything you’ve missed by Monday; I will
start collecting them then!
Writing Tips: Revising
• (Open IN to p63 and take notes)
• revising: to alter something already written or
printed, in order to make corrections, improve,
or update
Writing Tips: Revising
• Two Levels of Revision:
 Surface
• Changing a
– word
– phrase
– sentence
 Deep
• Changing the
–
–
–
–
–
focus of the piece
purpose of the piece
sequence of the piece
discourse
point of view
Writing Tips: Revising
• Revise like a STAR
 Substitute
•
•
•
•
•
overused words
weak verbs with strong verbs
weak adjectives with strong adjectives
common nouns with proper nouns
“dead” words
Writing Tips: Revising
 Take Things Out
• unnecessary repetitions
• unimportant or irrelevant information
• parts that might belong in another piece
Writing Tips: Revising
 Add
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
detail
description
new information
figurative language
development
clarification of meanings
expanded ideas
Writing Tips: Revising
 Rearrange
• the sequence to produce a desired effect
• the order for a more logical flow
Revising Set-Up
• On p62 of IN, write about something that
bothers you.
 Don’t think too hard about this; I want a first-draft
with no revision whatsoever!
• “First draft sneeze”
 10-15mins only
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warmup
• (SMART Notebook)
Agenda: 9/13/12
• DOL Warmup
• Quiz: Vocabulary
• Breaking Down Sentences
Reminders
• today
 Vocabulary Review
 Vocabulary Quiz
• tomorrow
 AoW 4 Reflection Friday
 Reading Journal 4 Friday
• Be finished “catching up” your INs with
anything you’ve missed by Monday; I will
start collecting them then!
Vocabulary Quiz
• Fill in the blanks with the correct words from the
word bank
 Points will be deducted if word is misspelled
• Turn test over on desk when finished
 Non-disruptive electronics use is welcome once
test is completed
• Remain quiet until everyone is finished or time
is up
Breaking Down Sentences
• (Open IN to p109 and take notes)
• Writers in past centuries wrote in long,
complicated sentences
• To break down sentences:
1. Underline vital information (who, what)
2. Bracket unessential material
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warmup
• (SMART Notebook)
Agenda: 9/14/12
• DOL Warmup
• Vocabulary Quiz Review
• ABC Practice
• Color-Coding Review
Reminders
• today
 AoW 4 Reflection Friday
 Reading Journal 4 Friday
• next class
 DOL 3 Reflection
 RJ 4 Analysis
• next week
 AoW 5 Reflection Friday
 Reading Journal 5 Friday
• Be finished “catching up” your INs with
anything you’ve missed by Monday; I will
start collecting them then!
Vocabulary Quiz Reflection
• Staple or glue your returned/graded quiz to the
upper half of INp29
• Complete the following sentences on the
bottom half of the paper
1. On this quiz I scored a _____.
2. I expected to score a _____.
3. The reason(s) why I did/not meet my
expectation is/are ___________________.
• Copy the words you missed (with their correct
definitions) to INp37 (Word Wall)
ABC Review
• Copy the following to IN p73
 Write an essay in which you identify a serious
problem facing today’s teenagers. Discuss the
elements that make it a problem and suggest
possible solutions. Knowing that your audience
will be adults, so be sure to contrast how this
problem is different (more serious, more difficult)
than when they were teenagers.
ABC Review
• On IN p73
 Attack the prompt
• On IN p72
 Brainstorm
 Choose the order
• Work with your elbow partner, but write your
answers in your own INs
Color-Coding Review
• Open INs to p61 (where you should have
stapled your “Traffic Lights” notes sheet from
last week)
• In your group of 4, use the colored clips to “map
out” the sentences of your paragraph
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warmup
• (SMART Notebook)
Agenda: 9/17/12
• DOL Warmup
• from The General History of Virginia
Reminders
• today
 DOL 3 Reflection
 RJ 4 Analysis
• this week
 1st Draft Sneeze (what bothers you) Wednesday
 Vocabulary Charts Thursday
 AoW 5 Reflection Friday
 Reading Journal 5 Friday
Historical Narratives: Virginia
• Open textbooks to p64 & INs to p111
• (copy to p111)
• historical narrative: story of real-life events
that records significant historical events
 firsthand: written by people who lived it
 secondhand/secondary: written by people who
researched it
• perspective: how an event or scene is
viewed/experienced
 objective: based on facts; unbiased
 subjective: influenced by personal feelings,
interpretations, or prejudice
Historical Narratives: Virginia
• As you read:
 Write down 3 phrases or sentences that illustrate
Smith’s subjectivity
• When finished, answer the following in
reframed sentences:
 What impression of Smith do you get from this
account?
 Do you think that Smith’s account is accurate
down to the last detail? Why or why not?
An Early Settler’s Life
• On p110 in your IN, write down your thoughts
(in paragraph form) about what you imagine it
was like to be an early settler. Feel free to
reference specific examples from the text if you
like.
• A=1p, B=3/4p, C=1/2p, D=1/4p
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warmup
• (SMART Notebook)
Agenda: 9/18/12
• DOL Warmup
• Vocabulary Definitions
• from Of Plymouth Plantation
Reminders
• tomorrow
 1st Draft Sneeze (what bothers you)
• this week
 Vocabulary Charts Thursday
 AoW 5 Reflection Friday
 Reading Journal 5 Friday
Vocabulary Definitions
1. Teacher reads word
2. Class repeats word
3. Teacher reads sentence
4. Students individually guess word’s meaning
5. Repeat 1-4 to end
6. Students get definitions for HW
 Do NOT use word as part of definition
 Definitions must be 3 words or more long
 Definition must match both part of speech and
way word is used in sample sentence
Historical Narratives: Of
Plymouth Plantation
• Open TB to p71 & IN to p113
• This selection is a firsthand account, as was
the one read yesterday. Yet you might find it
rather different in some ways.
• As you read, write down significant 1 way it is
similar to The General History of Virginia and 2
significant ways it is different (aside from
“written by different people”)
• Do golden worksheet with elbow partner and
staple to top of p113
An Early Settler’s Life…For Me?
• IN p112
• Building on your HW from last night, write a
critical analysis about how YOU would do as an
early settler. In what areas would you excel? In
what areas would you struggle? Would you
want to colonize somewhere uncolonized now?
Why or why not?
• A=1p, B=3/4p, C=1/2p, D=1/4p
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warmup
• (SMART Notebook)
Agenda: 9/19/12
• DOL Warmup
• STAR Revising
Reminders
• today
 1st Draft Sneeze (what bothers you)
• tomorrow
 Vocabulary Charts
 Triggering Words
• this week
 AoW 5 Reflection Friday
 Reading Journal 5 Friday
• next week
 Unit Test Thursday
 Book Review Friday
 Interactive Notebooks Friday
STAR Revising
• Open INs to p62
• Re-read your first-draft sneeze. Find 4 places to
revise:
S
T
A
R
• Indicate on the index card (by letter) which you
are doing, write original, and write the revision.
• Staple to top of p62 when done
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warmup
• (SMART Notebook)
Agenda: 9/20/12
• DOL Warmup
• Vocabulary Flashcards
• Puritan Plain Style
Reminders
• today
 Vocabulary Charts
 Triggering Words
• tomorrow
 AoW 5 Reflection
 Reading Journal 5
• next week
 Unit Test Thursday
 Book Review Friday
 Interactive Notebooks Friday
Vocabulary Flashcards
• Share w/ elbow partner your definition
• Decide which of you has the best definition
• On the red line:
 Write your assigned word (on the left)
 Write your names (on the right)
• On the lined side of the index card:
 LABEL & write the dictionary definition
 LABEL & write your definition (paraphrased)
• On the unlined side
 Create a graphic or symbol to represent your word
• Words/letters can be no more than 25% of total
Puritan Plain Style
• (take notes on IN p115)
• Puritans
 came to America to escape religious persecution
• strict moral code
• strong work ethic
 values have remained part of American ID
• importance of hard work
• strong faith in adversity
Puritan Plain Style
• (take notes on IN p115)
• Puritan literature=moral instruction
• “moved heart to righteousness”
• Puritan Plain Style
 short words
 direct statements
 references to ordinary, everyday objects
 religious ideas/references
 NOT written appealing to senses
Puritan Plain Style
• Open TB to p91
• Complete gold worksheet with elbow partner
and staple to top of p115
What’s YOUR Style
• IN p114
• Historians get much of their information about
the Puritans by the style of their writing (poetry,
nonfiction accounts, sermons). If future
historians were to learn of you the same way,
what would YOUR writing look like? What sort
of things would you write? What subjects? What
words? What would give them clues to your
style?
• A=1p; C=1/2p
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warmup
• (SMART Notebook)
Agenda: 9/21/12
• DOL Warmup
• ABC Review
• Topic Sentences
Reminders
• today
 AoW 5 Reflection
 Reading Journal 5
• next week
 Vocabulary Sentences Tuesday
 Unit Test Thursday
 Book Review Friday
 Interactive Notebooks Friday
ABC Review
• Glue/staple the quarter-sheet to IN p75
ABC Review
• On IN p75
 Attack the prompt
• On IN p74
 Brainstorm
 Choose the order
• Work with your elbow partner, but write your
answers in your own Ins
• 8 minutes!
Thesis Statements
• (take notes on IN p65)
• thesis: a single, clear sentence, which
expresses the central argument or idea the
paper will develop.
 main idea
 topic sentence
Thesis Statements
• A good thesis:
 makes a claim and chooses a side and gives
reason(s)
 uses forceful language (must, should, is, will,
does)
• What you’re writing is NOT up for discussion
 as brief as possible, without losing information
 not too detailed or narrow
• You need room to grow your ideas
 sometimes previews main points
• The scientist Galileo is an important figure who
should be studied due to his influence in both
science and mathematics.
Thesis Statements
• Samples (do not copy)
• Which one is better?
 Smoking should only be allowed outdoors.
 Smoking should only be allowed outdoors
because of how disgusting smoke is.
• Which one is better?
 Racism is different in 2011 than it was in the
Seventies.
 Racism is different in 2011 than it was when
Rosa Parks was sent to the back of the bus.
Thesis Statement Practice
• IN p64
• For the following six issues/topics, write a
sample thesis statement
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
legalizing abortion
lowering drinking age to 18
legalizing drugs
dress codes at school
legalizing gay marriage
shorter work-week, longer hours (4 10-hour
days instead of 5 8-hour)
• Make three of them “pro” and three “con”
Thesis Statement Practice
• What’s pro vs. con?
• Example:
 Issue: increasing class sizes.
• Pro – Class sizes should be increased to
maximum capacity in order for schools to use their
available funds in more needed areas.
• Con – Class sizes should not be increased
because putting more students in a classroom will
have adverse effects on education.
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warmup
• (SMART Notebook)
Agenda: 9/24/12
• DOL Warmup
• Puritan Sermons
Reminders
• tomorrow
 Vocabulary Sentences
• this week
 Vocabulary Review Wednesday
 Vocabulary Quiz Wednesday
 Unit Test Thursday
 Book Review Friday
 Interactive Notebooks Friday
Puritan Sermons
• (take notes on INp117)
• sermon: a speech given from a pulpit in a
house of worship
• Puritan beliefs
 literal Bible interpretation
 model for rest of humanity
 God was all-powerful and the final authority
 humans were all depraved sinners
 few people, chosen by God, get salvation
• everyone else was doomed
 no one knew if s/he was one of the chosen
• constant search for signs of God’s favor or wrath.
Puritan Sermons
• Open TB to p98
• IN p117, answer Check Your Comprehension
questions 1-3 in reframed sentences
• Do gold worksheet with elbow partner and
staple on top of p117
Heaven or Hell?
• INp116
• By Puritan thinking, do you believe you would
be one of the elect, or would you be one of the
damned? Be detailed in your analysis.
• A=1/2p; C=1/4p
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warmup
• (SMART Notebook)
Agenda: 9/25/12
• DOL Warmup
• Vocabulary Review
• Thesis Statements
Reminders
• today
 Vocabulary Sentences
 Thesis Statement Practice
• tomorrow
 Vocabulary Review
 Vocabulary Quiz
• this week
 Unit Test Thursday
 Book Review Friday
 Interactive Notebooks Friday
Vocabulary Review
• Column 1: Fill in the words & parts of speech
avarice (n)
peril (n)
mollify (v)
persevere (v)
pilfer (v)
recompense (v)
copious (adj)
dolorous (adj)
ineffable (adj)
omnipotent (adj)
• Column 2: Your best recollection of the
definition
• Column 3: Rate your knowledge/comfort with
the word now
• Column 4: The actual definition, from your chart
or dictionary (for HW)
Thesis Statements Review
• Does it:
 state a strong position
 use forceful language
 express position/reasoning concisely (without
unneeded words)
 preview reasoning without being too detailed
Thesis Statement Variety
• (take notes on INp67)
• Action Verb Topic Sentences
• also known as IVF (Identify-Verb-Finish)
 choose action verb first
 fill in subject and predicate around it
Thesis Statement Variety
Identify
Verb
Finish your Thought
Hurricane Katrina
destroyed
parts of the Louisiana and
Mississippi Gulf Coast.
The attack by
Japanese war
planes on Pearl
Harbor in Hawaii
sparked
United States involvement in
World War II.
Arnold
banned
Schwarzenegger, the
governor of
California,
junk food in schools because of
his campaign for healthy living.
A study from
Stanford University
major problems later in life for
teenagers who smoke.
identified
• Add one of your own, for any one of the 4 ABC
Review topics
Thesis Statement Variety
• When/Where + What’s Happening
 choose the where or when first
 add a “what’s happening”
•
•
•
•
•
•
What could happen?
What will happen?
What should happen?
What did happen?
What might happen?
What could have happened?
Thesis Statement Variety
Where/When
What’s Happening
Each day at lunch,
too many high school students
make poor choices about what to
eat.
In some parts of the country,
citizens conserve energy in
creative and interesting ways.
When an underdeveloped
country is in trouble,
every single country who has the
means to help should send what
aid it can.
Every day, in state and
federal capitals across the
country,
decisions are being made in the
form of laws that could affect every
person, and citizens need to know.
• Add one of your own, for any one of the 4 ABC
Review topics
Ms. Oing English 3
Unit 1: Beginnings to 1750
DOL Warmup
• (SMART Notebook)
Agenda: 9/25/12
• DOL Warmup
• Vocabulary Quiz
Reminders
• today
 Vocabulary Review
 Vocabulary Quiz
• tomorrow
 Unit Test
• this week
 Book Review Friday
 Interactive Notebooks Friday
Vocabulary Quiz
• Fill in the blanks with the correct words from the
word bank
 Points will be deducted if word is misspelled
• Turn test over on desk when finished
 Non-disruptive electronics use is welcome once
test is completed
• Remain quiet until everyone is finished or time
is up
Vocabulary Quiz Reflection
• Staple or glue your returned/graded quiz to the
upper half of INp33
• Complete the following sentences on the
bottom half of the paper
1. On this quiz I scored a _____.
2. I expected to score a _____.
3. The reason(s) why I did/not meet my
expectation is/are ___________________.
• Copy the words you missed (with their correct
definitions) to INp37 (Word Wall)

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