When You Come In
· Sign in, please.
· Pick up a handout off my desk.
What was your favorite book when you were a little kid (4-7 years old)? It was probably one someone read to you.
· Shel Silverstein Poems
· The Cat in the Hat
· The Little Engine That Could
o Topic (trains)
o Message moral—don’t give up!
· Goodnight, Moon
o Some black and white; some color
· Dr. Seuss
o Author’s name
· Frog and Toad
o Situation; comedy
· The Berenstain Bears
· Goldilocks and the Three Bears
o Lesson: Don’t trespass and steal and break people’s things.
· Where the Wild Things Are
· Llama, Llama, Red Pajama
o Lots of situations kids are in
§ Going to school
§ Hanging with friends
Listening to Children’s Stories via Tumblebooks
· Frank Was a Monster Who Wanted to Dance
· Diary of a Worm
· A Camping Spree with Mr. Magee
· Turn in your completed handout with name and date on it.
· Do not record yesterday’s reading on your blue sheet—thanks.
· Get your blue sheet, and have a seat, and start reading.
*Pick up rubric on my desk for the Impossible Thank-you poem
· Final Draft of the Impossible Thank-You Poem
· Fill out the rubric thoughtfully, honestly and completely.
· Staple in this order:
o Top = Final Draft
o Second = Peer Conf. Sheet
o Third = Revised Draft
o Bottom = Original/Rough Draft
o Then lay the completed rubric on top, and put it in the drawer, please.
Journal (Ten minutes) 11:33-11:43
· Fitting In (#4 on page 17)
· We will NOT share; KW will read. Thank you!
· When time expires, open your notebook to the FIRST journal entry I need to read. For most of you, that will be _______. For four of you, it will be the very beginning of your notebook maybe?
· Pile them ever-so-neatly (open to the page I’m starting with) on my desk! Please and thank you!
· Share some of your usage from this week! Wow us! J
o Abby—“I’m going to make Ms. Gray TACITURN, so we don’t have to do anything in AP Bio.”
o Mitch—“This is the most SUBLIMEST hotel room….” --Michael Scott (The Office)
o Shan—My mom said, “Weird Al made a PARODY of “Beat It” called “Eat It.”
o Jared—“Your fart had a nice RESONANCE to it,” Jared said to Nate.
o Wes—Alex and I were discussing the word “corpse” the other day.
o Regan—She is very explicit with her farts—she puts them out there plainly, and she never tries to hide them.
o Bryton—Econ book: “IMPLICIT in the preceding point is that the multiplier works in both directions.”
o Shelby—My mom said, “I don’t know how to explain the color of my roses—they’re not really white….” Shelby replied, “They’re ALABASTER!”
o Teara—“I’m driving in the dark, scary weather, and I couldn’t see anything except what was in my headlights. It was OMINOUS!”
· Team formation response (handout; confidential)
· What are other motifs you see developing?
· Add to pages 8 and 9 during discussion.
8. CREEPY OLD MEN/SEXUAL ABUSE OR MISCONDUCT
9. THE SKY
10. THE HEART
14. ACCEPTANCE (LOOKING TO BELONG)
Homework for Monday
· Vocab Sushi