Wednesday, February 27, 2019. Day 3

Homeroom:

FUNDRAISER TICKET SALES

Grade 8 Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

DBQ 5: Complete Step 3 (put documents into buckets).

  • Finish steps 1 & 2 if needed.

DO NOW:

Please copy HW into your agenda.

LESSON:

DBQ 5: Middle Ages or Early Renaissance

Step 1: Read the document based question

Step 2: Read each document (pgs. 2 -5)

  • annotates (underline and comment)

  • answer the question below the document

Step 3 is HW

WIN:

Grade 7 Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

Finish Palace wall Carving as needed

  • complete “Final Questions” for HW

DO NOW:

Please record your HW in your agenda

LESSON:

  1. Palace wall Carving

    • Examine the picture and read the Source description.

    • answer q. 1 - 6 in complete sentence. Explain your reasoning.

  2. Read document A: The Sennacherib Prism

    • answer Guiding questions (next page)

  3. Read document B: The Book of Kings

    • ANSWER Guiding questions (next page)


Friday, February 15, 2019. Day 6

Prep for day:

Homeroom:

Grade 7 Agenda:

Homework:

Do Now:

Lesson:

Watch the Earth’s Structure brainpop

  • complete the quiz and worksheet

  • pass in.

Read pages 11 - 14 in Systems and Cycles (textbook)

Complete the Lesson Outline (Earth Systems and Interactions)

  • You should have this from Wdnesday’’s lesson in IMPS.

  • Extra copies are available if you have misplaced it.

Complete Part B, numbers 1 through 6.

  • read and fill out carefully

  • Pass in at end of class to have your progress scored.

WIN:

Grade 8 Agenda:

Homework:

Do Now:

Lesson:

complete the WOD quiz

Read pages 11 - 14 in Systems and Cycles (textbook)

Complete the Lesson Outline (Earth Systems and Interactions)

  • You should have this from Wdnesday’’s lesson in IMPS.

  • Extra copies are available if you have misplaced it.

Complete Part B, numbers 1 through 6.

  • read and fill out carefully

  • Pass in at end of class to have your progress scored.

Thursday, February 14, 2019. Day 5

Prep for day:

Homeroom:

Grade 8 Agenda:

Homework:

please show the substitute teacher your homework

(five ways you interact with each of four different “spheres”)

geosphere
hydrosphere
atmosphere
biosphere

Do Now:

please check that all students have identified 20 interactions as described above

use the checklist to record

Lesson:

use your colored pencils and the drawing paper provided to

  • draw a picture showing how you interact with the four spheres discussed in the text reading

  • make sure has a title

  • make sure your name is on it

  • make sure it shows a total of at least eight interactions

  • describe the interactions on the back of the paper in complete sentences.

  • Quality counts!!!

  • Due in class tomorrow.

WIN:

Grade 7 Agenda:

Homework:

please show the substitute teacher your homework

(five ways you interact with each of four different “spheres”)

geosphere
hydrosphere
atmosphere
biosphere

Do Now:

Lesson:

use your colored pencils and the drawing paper provided to

  • draw a picture showing how you interact with the four spheres discussed in the text reading

  • make sure has a title

  • make sure your name is on it

  • make sure it shows a total of at least eight interactions

  • describe the interactions on the back of the paper in complete sentences.

  • Quality counts!!!

  • Due in class tomorrow.

Wednesday, February 13, 2019, Day 4

Prep for day:

Homeroom:

2 Hour Delay Day

  • 10:25-10:40 WIN

  • 10:40 - 11:15  - Per 1 (35)

  • 11:15-11:45 Lunch

  • 11:45 - 12:21 - Per 2 (36)

  • 12:21 - 12:57 - Per 3 (36)

  • 12:57 - 1:33 - Per 4 (36)

  • 1:33 - 2:09 - Per 5 (36)

  • 2:09 - 2:50 - Per 6 (41)

Grade 7 Agenda:

Homework:

Make a list of at least five different ways you interact with each of the four “spheres” you read about and discussed in class today (total - 20 interactions).

Bring colored pencils to class tomorrow

Do Now:

Lesson:

Read and discuss Earth Systems and fill in chapter outline

WIN:

Grade 8 Agenda:

Homework:

Make a list of at least five different ways you interact with each of the four “spheres” you read about and discussed in class today (total - 20 interactions).

WOD Quiz Tomorrow.

Bring colored pencils to class tomorrow

Do Now:

Lesson:

Read and discuss Earth Systems and fill in chapter outline

Tuesday, February 12, 2019. Day 3

Prep for day:

Homeroom:

Grade 8 Agenda:

Homework:

completion of Brainpop worksheet and quiz

re-watch at home if needed

Do Now:

Please get your textbook

Read pages 9 & 10 quietly

Lesson:

Whole Class Reading: Pgs. 9 & 10 Systems and Cycles

Paired response - do items 1-5 on the Lesson Outline

Class Share - Discuss answers to paired response.

Brainpop: Earth’s Structure

completion of worksheet and quiz

re-watch at home if needed

WIN:

Grade 7 Agenda:

Homework:

Do Now:

Lesson:

Monday, February 11, 2019. Day 2

Prep for day:

  • set up classroom display

  • 1 balloon

  • large beaker of water

  • rock

  • plant

  • 43 copies lab safety form

  • 45 sheets white drawing paper

  • 135 copies of Launch Lab wksht

Homeroom:

all students: Please bring your agenda, colored pencils or equivalent, and IMPS notebook to IMPS today.

Student's who fail to do so will be considered unprepared for class.

Grade 7 Agenda:

Homework:

Complete Launch Lab “Think about this (q. 1-3) for tomorrow.

Do Now:

  1. Set up a new Unit Section in your IMPS notebook

    • Title: Earth Systems and Interactions

  2. Make a copy of the KWL chart shown below.

  3. Fill in the “i know” and “i want to know” columns only.

Lesson:

Text books:

Assign copy by number to students.

Students are to use this number book at all times

It is to be stored properly.

Stormy Weather (photo on page 8)

Discussion of guiding questions (TT)

Launch Lab

  1. read lab as a class

  2. discuss

  3. Assign groups (3)

  4. Pass out:

    • lab safety form (1/grp)

    • Launch Lab wksht (1/student)

    • blank white paper (1/grp)

    Begin Lab

  5. Each group to fill out lab safety form/return.

  6. Group to Discuss step 2,

    • record ideas in data and observations section of wksht

  7. create 1 colored graphic organizer

    • illustrates the interactions between air, rock, soil, water and living things

    • base this on data and observations you made during your discussion

    • Be neat and professional

    • Give it a title and add all team member names to it.

    • Turn in your organizer

WIN:

Grade 8 Agenda:

Homework:

Complete Launch Lab “Think about this (q. 1-3) for tomorrow.

Do Now:

  1. Set up a new Unit Section in your IMPS notebook

    • Title: Earth Systems and Interactions

  2. Make a copy of the KWL chart shown below.

  3. Fill in the “i know” and “i want to know” columns only.

Lesson:

Text books:

Assign copy by number to students.

Students are to use this number book at all times

It is to be stored properly.

Stormy Weather (photo on page 8)

Discussion of guiding questions (TT)

Launch Lab

  1. read lab as a class

  2. discuss

  3. Assign groups (3)

  4. Pass out:

    • lab safety form (1/grp)

    • Launch Lab wksht (1/student)

    • blank white paper (1/grp)

    Begin Lab

  5. Each group to fill out lab safety form/return.

  6. Group to Discuss step 2,

    • record ideas in data and observations section of wksht

  7. create 1 colored graphic organizer

    • illustrates the interactions between air, rock, soil, water and living things

    • base this on data and observations you made during your discussion

    • Be neat and professional

    • Give it a title and add all team member names to it.

    • Turn in your organizer

Thursday, February 6, 2019. Day 6

Homeroom:

Due Tomorrow: Powers of Ten Worksheet

Grade 7 Agenda:

Brainpop: Cells

Worksheet Activity

Review

Cell structure Part II worksheet

(Re)Read pages 41 and 42

respond on the worksheet (Silent Independent)

Small group - discuss, compare, expand responses

Whole class - discuss

Done early?

All student’s to complete the Powers of Ten Worksheet

WIN:

Grade 8 Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

Read Cell Packet and complete Cell structure worksheet

  • (Parts I & II)

  • due tomorrow.

Green Island Reflection

  • Due in Google Classroom by Sunday

  • GREEN ISLAND REFLECTION

  • DUE IN GOOGLE CLASSROOM BY SUNDAY

DO NOW:

LESSON:

GREEN ISLAND PRESENTATIONS

AUDIENCE EXPECTATIONS:

  • GIVE POLITE ATTENTION WHILE PRESENTATIONS ARE BEING MADE.

  • TALKING OR ANY OTHER DISRUPTION IS INAPPROPRIATE

  • NO REQUESTS (BATHROOM) DURING PRESENTATIONS PLEASE

  • SIT IN THE DESIGNATED SEATS PROVIDED

PRESENTER EXPECTATIONS

  • PLEASE HAND TWO COPIES OF YOUR RUBRIC TO THE JUDGES

  • FILLED OUT WITH TEAM MEMBER NAMES

  • YOU MAY HAVE TWO MINUTES TO PREPARE, OPEN SLIDES, ETC.

  • PRESENT

GREEN ISLAND REFLECTION ASSIGNMENT

DNA Quiz

Cell Structure Packets

Wednesday, February 5, 2019. Day 5

Homeroom:

Grade 8 Agenda:

Homework:

Do Now:

Lesson:

Green island presentations

Audience expectations:

  • give polite attention while presentations are being made.

  • talking or any other disruption is inappropriate

  • No requests (bathroom) during presentations please

  • Sit in the designated seats provided

Presenter Expectations

  • Please hand two copies of your rubric to the judges

  • filled out with team member names

  • you may have two minutes to prepare, open slides, etc.

  • present

WIN:

Grade 7 Agenda:

Homework:

Do Now:

Lesson:

Brainpop: Cells

Worksheet Activity

Review

Cell structure Part II worksheet

(Re)Read pages 41 and 42

respond on the worksheet (Silent Independent)

Small group - discuss, compare, expand responses

Whole class - discuss

Tuesday, February 4, 2019. Day 4

Homeroom:

Grade 7 Agenda:

Homework:

Do Now:

Lesson:

Last year, you completed a unit on cell structure and function in science with Ms. Goulet. Over the next few days, we will review this material and you will be given a chance to demonstrate how well you have learned it.

Cell Structure Pre-quiz

collect

Cell structure review:

Read pages 40 and 41 in Life’s structure and function

complete the Cell structure review Worksheets - Part I

  • Review in class

Extra Time?

Cells Brainpop

WIN:

Grade 8 Agenda:

Homework:

Do Now:

Green Island - Final preparations.

How will we be graded?

  • Review

Presentations Tomorrow

Monday, February 3, 2019. Day 3

Homeroom:

Grade 8 Agenda:

Homework:

Do Now:

Lesson:

Green Island is due Wednesday

We will begin presentations that day.

Late work will be reduced one letter grade.

WIN:

Grade 7 Agenda:

Homework:

Do Now:

Lesson:

Cost Analysis

Make a spreadsheet that has two columns - one for materials and a second for cost per cup.

  1. On each row, list a single material and its estimated/researched cost.

    • Research material costs as needed.

  2. On the last row, estimate the labor cost per cup.

    • Estimate how much time is needed for assembly.

    • Have a discussion about how much you can be realistically get paid per hour.

    • Use this to estimate your labor cost

  3. Program the table to determine an estimated total cost per cup per cup.

  4. Journal all of these decisions and decisions for the project in your science notebook please.

Friday, January 31, 2019. Day 2

Homeroom:

Grade 7 Agenda:

  • Location: Science Classroom.

  • Instructor: Mr. Wahlstrom

HOMEWORK:

The finished and edited research summary is due Sunday night. After this it is late.

DO NOW.

Get out Readworks - Vortex

  • collect

LESSON:

You have been graded on your Research Organizer and your Outline.

  • These are now overdue.

  • Any comments must be fixed and turned in for a last check. (Due Sunday)

TODAY:

  1. Finish the summary (see below)

  2. Peer edit the Summary (see below)

Finish the Summary:

The summary is located in Google Classroom: “Beverage Container research Summary”

  • Write a descriptive summary of what you learned.

  • Organize by the research questions (topics) you outlined.

  • use an impersonal voice where possible or first person when needed.

    This is descriptive writing - summarize what you learned.

  • Try to make generalizations with occasional examples.

  • use in-text citation for all examples

After the summary, write a paragraph that concludes. This paragraph should identify what qualities make a successful cup design (based on the research).

PEER EDITING PROTOCOL

SHARE WITH A PARTNER:

READ FOR:

  1. LOGICAL ORGANIZATION

  2. CORRECT USE OF TRANSITIONS

  3. GRAMMATICALLY CORRECT SENTENCES

  4. Use of in-text citation where facts are mentioned int he text - or using the name of the product as part of the sentence.

    • Examples

    • The least expensive container cost $5.95 (Fun Cup) and the most was $29.95 (Hydro Flask).

    • The Fun cup was the least expensive container at $5.95 and the Hydro Flask topped the list at $29.95.

  5. PERFECT CAPITALIZATION AND PUNCTUATION

  6. ADD COMMENT TO ANY AREA OF CONCERN

  7. DISCUSS WITH AUTHOR

WIN:

Grade 8 Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

You project is due in class on Wednesday.

  • All components must be finished

  • Late or incomplete work will be appropriately penalized.

DO NOW.

LESSON:

REVIEW WITH CLASS

  1. GREEN ISLAND PRESENTATION AND DESIGN BRIEF REQUIREMENTS.

    • Two products that are required for the completion of this project.

  2. BUSINESS PLAN TABLES

    • SUPPORT DOCUMENT (FOR USE IN YOUR SLIDES AND DESIGN BRIEF)

GOOGLE CLASSROOM HAS ASSIGNMENTS FOR BOTH THE REQUIRED DESIGN BRIEF AND THE PRESENTATION SLIDES.

EACH TEAM MAY USE TWO CHROME BOOKS FOR PREPARING THE SLIDES AND DESIGN BRIEF.

ANY MISUSE OF TECHNOLOGY WILL BE HANDLED VIA FORMAL DISCIPLINARY ACTION.

DUE DATE:



Wednesday, January 29, 2019 Day 6

Homeroom:

IMPS will meet in Mr. Purcell’s room with Mrs. Montgomery

HOMEWORK:

Readworks Vortex is due Thursday.

  • cite text evidence to support your answer for all three open response questions

THE OUTLINE IS DUE AS OF LAST NIGHT

  • IF YOU ARE NOT FINISHED, THIS IS AN IMMEDIATE PRIORITY

  • FINISH YOUR SUMMARY OUTLINE ASAP.

DO NOW.

LESSON:

PROGRESS CHECK

  • SEE COMMENTS IN OUTLINE DOCUMENT

  • NO COMMENT MEAS YOU ARE GOOD TO GO!

  • YOU HAVE BEEN GRADED IN ALIGNMENT WITH THE PROGRESS YOU COMPLETED.

TODAY:

  1. Write the summary

  2. The summary is located in Google Classroom: “Beverage Container research Summary”

    • Write a descriptive summary of what you learned.

    • Organize by the research questions (topics) you outlined.

    • use an impersonal voice where possible or first person when needed.

      This is descriptive writing - summarize what you learned.

    • Try to make generalizations with occasional examples.

    • use in-text citation for all examples

  3. After the summary, write a paragraph that concludes. This paragraph should identify what qualities make a successful cup design (based on the research).

Exemplar:

Five different containers were researched in order to get a better idea of the types of solutions to this problem that have already been made. These containers included the Yeti Rambler, the Hydro Flask, the Fun Cup 20, the Go-Mug, and the Armageddon Cup 200.

These containers use two different types of strategies to keep liquid warm. The yeti Rambler and Hydro flask are both stainless steel vacuum bottles. This reduces conduction and they claim to keep beverages warm for a very long time. The other three containers were made out of plastic and included some kind of insulation in their construction.

Durability is related to the construction of these containers. The stainless steel containers are very strong and can handle a good deal of damage. The plastic containers also are reasonably strong but are more likely to break. The flip side of this is that the steel containers are heavier and the plastic lighter. This might make plastic easier to carry.

All of the containers had lids with the exception of the Fun Cup 20. Lids reduced convection and this is a strategy that helps to prevent spelling and keep the beverage warm for a longer period of time.

Finally, all of the containers included strategies to make them more appealing to consumers. Some were offered in multiple colors (Yeti) while others included interesting designs (Fun Cup 20). The most interesting container was probably the Armageddon Cup 200 which featured a picture of the zombie apocalypse on the outside.

In conclusion, all of the cups were durable, and reusable. Even though stainless steel is much stronger than plastics. many cups use plastic. Both materials are easy to clean and strong enough for most use. Furthermore, all cups featured a lid to prevent spilling and keep in heat. Finally, all cup manufacturers used color, shape, or designs to make their product stand out and appeal to buyers.

WIN:

Grade 8 Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

The class will meet in Mr. Purcell’s room with Mrs. Montgomery today.

DO NOW.

LESSON:

REVIEW WITH CLASS

  1. GREEN ISLAND PRESENTATION AND DESIGN BRIEF REQUIREMENTS.

    • Two products that are required for the completion of this project.

  2. BUSINESS PLAN TABLES

    • SUPPORT DOCUMENT (FOR USE IN YOUR SLIDES AND DESIGN BRIEF)

GOOGLE CLASSROOM HAS ASSIGNMENTS FOR BOTH THE REQUIRED DESIGN BRIEF AND THE PRESENTATION SLIDES.

EACH TEAM MAY USE TWO CHROME BOOKS FOR PREPARING THE SLIDES AND DESIGN BRIEF.

ANY MISUSE OF TECHNOLOGY WILL BE HANDLED VIA FORMAL DISCIPLINARY ACTION.

DUE DATE:

FIRST - BE SURE YOU ARE ORGANIZING YOUR CALCULATIONS AND RESULTS!

  • YOU MUST BE ABLE TO PRESENT THESE IN YOUR FINAL PRESENTATION WHICH RESULTS IN YOUR GRADE.

SECOND, SUMMARIZE YOUR PLANS AND DECISIONS IN YOUR NOTES TODAY.

  • THIS WILL HELP YOU WHEN YOU PREPARE A PRESENTATION.

GREEN ISLAND PRESENTATION AND DESIGN BRIEF REQUIREMENTS.

Tuesday, January 28, 2019. Day 5

Homeroom:

Grade 8 Agenda:

Homework:

The class will meet in Mr. Purcell’s room with Mrs. Montgomery today.

Do Now.

Lesson:

Review with class

  1. Green Island Presentation and design Brief Requirements.

    • Two products that are required for the completion of this project.

  2. Business Plan tables

    • Support document (for use in your slides and design brief)

Google classroom has assignments for both the required design brief and the presentation slides.

Each team may use two chrome books for preparing the slides and design brief.

Any misuse of technology will be handled via formal disciplinary action.

Due Date:

FIRST - BE SURE YOU ARE ORGANIZING YOUR CALCULATIONS AND RESULTS!

  • YOU MUST BE ABLE TO PRESENT THESE IN YOUR FINAL PRESENTATION WHICH RESULTS IN YOUR GRADE.

SECOND, SUMMARIZE YOUR PLANS AND DECISIONS IN YOUR NOTES TODAY.

  • THIS WILL HELP YOU WHEN YOU PREPARE A PRESENTATION.

Green Island Presentation and design Brief Requirements.

WIN:

Grade 7 Agenda:

meeting in Mr. Purcell’s Room with Mr. Wahlstrom

Homework:

The outline is due as of last night

  • If you are not finished, this is an immediate priority

  • finish your Summary outline ASAP.

Do Now.

Lesson:

Progress check

  • see comments in outline document

  • no comment meas you are good to go!

  • you have been graded in alignment with the progress you completed.

Today:

  1. Finish research if needed(way late…)

  2. Watch the Summary Outline Video

  3. Build an outline (late today)

  4. Write the summary

  5. The summary is located in Google Classroom: “Beverage Container research Summary”

  6. Write a descriptive summary of what you learned.

  7. Organize by the research questions (topics) you outlined.

  8. use an impersonal voice (avoid first person) this is simple description

  9. Focus on generalizations with occasional examples.

  10. use in-text citation for all examples

Exemplar:

Five different containers were researched in order to get a better idea of the types of solutions to this problem that have already been made. These containers included the Yeti Rambler, the Hydro Flask, the Fun Cup 20, the Go-Mug, and the Armageddon Cup 200.

These containers use two different types of strategies to keep liquid warm. The yeti Rambler and Hydro flask are both stainless steel vacuum bottles. This reduces conduction and they claim to keep beverages warm for a very long time. The other three containers were made out of plastic and included some kind of insulation in their construction.

Durability is related to the construction of these containers. The stainless steel containers are very strong and can handle a good deal of damage. The plastic containers also are reasonably strong but are more likely to break. The flip side of this is that the steel containers are heavier and the plastic lighter. This might make plastic easier to carry.

All of the containers had lids with the exception of the Fun Cup 20. Lids reduced convection and this is a strategy that helps to prevent spelling and keep the beverage warm for a longer period of time.

Finally, all of the containers included strategies to make them more appealing to consumers. Some were offered in multiple colors (Yeti) while others included interesting designs (Fun Cup 20). The most interesting container was probably the Armageddon Cup 200 which featured a picture of the zombie apocalypse on the outside.

Monday, January 27, 2019. Day 4

Homeroom:

Grade 7 Agenda:

  • Meeting in Mr. Purcell’s Room with Mr. Wahlstrom

Homework:

All research is now overdue

  • If you are not finished, this is an immediate priority

  • finish your Summary outline for tomorrow.

Do Now.

Lesson:

Progress check

  • see comments in document

  • you have been graded in alignment with the progress you completed.

Today:

  1. Finish research if needed

  2. Watch the Summary Outline Video

  3. Build an outline

WIN:

Grade 8 Agenda:

Homework:

Do Now.

collect any attempts at carbon footprint comparison HW

Lesson:

The secret of Photograph 51

Writing Prompt

or

Green Island Project

First - be sure you are organizing your calculations and results!

  • you must be able to present these in your final presentation which results in your grade.

Second, summarize your plans and decisions in your notes today.

  • This will help you when you prepare a presentation.

Work on project

Friday, January 24, 2019. Day 3

Homeroom:

Grade 8 Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

Prepare a homework paper that will be passed in. It must have a formal heading and be on its own sheet.

  1. Make a neat copy of the table and fill it in based on the work you do in class today.

  2. Calculate a percentage that expresses how much we need to reduce our current carbon footprint in order to create a “Green Island” society.

    • you must show your work.

Climate Change Project - Green Island Comparison.JPG

DO NOW:

LESSON:

Green Island Project

First - be sure you are organizing your calculations and results!

  • you must be able to present these in your final presentation which results in your grade.

Second, summarize your plans and decisions in your notes today.

  • This will help you when you prepare a presentation.

Today: Please calculate two scenarios for your green island.

choose a mix of foods, transportation, and energy that you represents your life today.

design a mix of food, transportation, and energy that represents life on your “Green Island” with the lowest possible carbon footprint

Be sure to do the work/copy the results into your assignment notebook.

  • Complete the homework as time permits.

WIN:

Grade 7 Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

Finish research in Google Classroom as needed

  • Completed research due Sunday at midnight

  • please turn it in for a quick check by me.

DO NOW:

LESSON:

Beverage Design Project - Research

Thursday, January 24, 2019. Day 2

Homeroom:

Grade 7 Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

Complete research and citations for Friday afternoon

No further homework

DO NOW:

Panorama Survey

  • Silent class

  • Think and respond carefully

  • No talking until the last person finishes

  • login using your student number

    • locate this before beginning

  • Link to the survey

LESSON:

Design the Ultimate Beverage Container - Research Tips

Read over and explain tips

Students to proceed with work

  • Student’s who have demonstrated advanced progress need not “redo” their work

  • must lead to similar organizational format

CITATION GENERATOR: NOODLE TOOLS EXPRESS

  • THIS IS THE BEST

  • ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES

WIN:

Grade 8 Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

  • None

DO NOW:

LESSON:

Work on Green Island Project

Day 2:

  • Students should complete the calculations they began on Day 1.

  • Students should begin to use the Brainstorm space on pages 2, 3, and 4 to start deciding what to include in their plan, keeping in mind that they must provide for 1,000 people while keeping their carbon footprint low.

Wednesday, January 23, 2019. Day 1

Homeroom:

Grade 8 Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

DO NOW:

LESSON:

Introduce lesson

read handout

Make a Resume

  1. You need to reflect on your skills as a student

  2. Choose two roles (out o three) that you think you can best fulfill

  3. In Writing, describe your skills based on the requirements below.

  4. Meet with prospective teammates - discuss your skills

    • Teams must have one person who will take lead responsibility for each of the three roles.

    • All students are responsible for helping the work on al phases of the project.

    • The lead for each skill will organize, delegate, and take final responsibility.

  5. Team Size

    • Teams of three are preferred.

    • Teams of Two are acceptable.

    • No team will have more than three.

  6. Register your team

    • Record each person in their assigned role.

Roles:

  1. Illustrator/graphic artist

    • Skills required

      • drawing and illustrating

      • presentation slide design

      • selecting images, layouts, color coordination, etc.

  2. Carbon accountant

    • Skills required

      • Organization of calculations

      • math skills including checking accuracy of others

      • Presentation of math including showing work

  3. Communications Director

    • Skills required

      • Using language to explain the team’s ideas

      • writing

      • speaking and presentation skills

We will continue tomorrow!

WIN:

Conference and Project Work

Grade 7 Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

DO NOW:

LESSON:

Citation Generator: Noodle Tools Express

RESEARCH SUMMARY ASSIGNMENT