Thursday, October 20, 2011

Thursday, October 20th, 2011

Wecome to Reading!
Thursday, 10/20/2011

When You Come In
1.      Sign in, please.
2.     Pick up the TWO orange sheets on the circle table.
3.     Pick up your 2-1 Rehearsal from yesterday (on circle table).
4.     Compare it to you 2-2 Homework Rehearsal.
5.     Select one thing you’re doing well, and one thing you need more work on (in your head).
6.     Fill out your 3-1 ballot with that fluency area you want to improve
7.     Put your Homework Rehearsal 2-2 in the drawer.
8.     Grab your children’s BOOK #3.
9.     Deliver invitations to WHS listeners.  Schedule two listeners.
10.   Complete the #3 prep sheet, then put it in the drawer.
11.    Read your free reading book until everyone has finished.  I’m sending everyone to rehearse at the same time today:  10:30.

·      Two days until performances for staff
·      Three days until performances for Stewart kiddos

After You Rehearse Book#3—Quiet Work Time until 11:00!
1.      Put your completed rehearsal in the orange folder on my desk.
2.          Read your Read and Relax book now until 11:00.  Remember, I’m giving you credit for whatever portion of your book you finish!
3.         We will have to do our Final Book Chats on Monday.  OR, you can come in during seminar today!

@ 11:00
·      Do a paper pass-back and a folder log-in.
·      Look at who you’re reading to.

Fluency Homework
1.      Take the ballot.
2.     Fill in the top as “Book #3” and “Rehearsal #2” in big letters across the top.  This is due when you come in tomorrow.
3.     Take Book #3 and your orange ballot home, or to seminar, and perform your book for someone who can fill out your ballot.
4.     Due—when you walk in tomorrow (Friday).
5.     If you took an extra ballot yesterday and didn’t use it, give it back to me, or use it tonight for EXTRA CREDIT.


Hello, AP!
Thursday, 10/19/2011

When You Come In
1.     Please sign in.
2.    Please write your name on the BACK of your Myth Barbie, then drop it in the drawer.

·      Everybody up!
·      Vocab War Reminder!

Journal—MYTH! (11:35-11:45)
·      “A myth is an image in terms of which we try to make sense of the world.”                              --Alan Watts
·      “All the great legends are Templates for human behavior. I would define a myth as a story that has survived.”--John Boorman
·      “Each time, storytellers clothed the naked body of the myth in their own traditions, so that listeners could relate more easily to its deeper meaning.”      --Joan D. Vinge
·      “History is the present. That's why every generation writes it anew. But what most people think of as history is its end product, myth.”                  --E. L. Doctorow

Greek Mythology
·      Continue viewing myth beast slideshows!  Take notes.

·      Page 14—Myth Facebook Requirements
·      Research for Myth Facebook page.

·      Vocab Sushi

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