Day Fourteen--Tuesday, January 27th, 2015
When You Come In
Please initial next to your name on the clipboard.
- Put your phone in the phone hostage station.
- Grab a dictionary!
- Check schoology two minutes each day--make sure you know what is happening in class, and know what you’re responsible for.
Sharing #1: Save the Words!
Sharing #2: Death of Language
1. Get with a partner, and trade word lists.
2. Star the two words you like the best.
3. Define any words for your partner as needed.
4. Sign the bottom of your partner’s paper.
5. Each of you come type your FAVORITE word so far here:
M. Petrichor--I like the way it sounds. Also, I love the sounds and smells when it rains--it’s comforting, so I want to preserve the word the defines its.
Begin with the End in Mind
- Open up the models of what an “A” assignment looks like--Jacob Hennigan, Ivy Hamilton, or Ashley Diedrich--and remind yourself what this assignment will look like when you’re done: https://drive.google.com/a/washington.k12.ia.us/?tab=wo&urp=http://schoology.washington.k12.ia.us/assignment/1&pli=1#folders/0B4pq4r-bWrm_STIyZ0tNU1ZvMlU
- Read as much of the four papers as you have time for in the time I give you. (Obviously, I only want you on these four files right now.)
- What’s one thing you now know that will help you complete this assignment effectively?
- Did you find any words you wanted to steal?
Assignment:Death of Language--FORTY-FIVE MINUTES
1. Grab a dictionary!
2. Get out your word list you started yesterday, and read over it.
3. Re-read the directions for this assignment on PAGE 19.
4. (You’ve already done this, right?) Open up the models of what an “A” assignment looks like--Jacob Hennigan, Ivy Hamilton, Ashley Diedrich or Tara Gould--and remind yourself what this assignment will look like when you’re done:
5. Keep searching for words to save, then type TEN of them, with full reasons that look at least as detailed as the models.
- Finish the Death of Language assignment listed above (ten only).