Here are the slides from today, including the final slide which has the Works Cited entries on it. Remember, you need to format John Smith’s on your own (it is from the same book as William Bradford’s).
Here is the video lecture. It is in two parts, so when the first one (10 minutes) is done, you will need to click on the 2nd one (only 3+ minutes) to finish the information. Best behavior! See you tomorrow!
Here is a link to the slides (no video) so you can click on the sample essay link. This is also linked on the Calendar page, for Monday the 15th, under English 3.
For Monday, make sure you have picked your 2 subjects, your 3 points of comparison, and gone through the texts to pull examples.
- bravery / courage
- reaction status (reactionary actions versus thought-out)
- Nature of observancy
You can pull from any of the poems, articles, podcasts, TEDTalks, etc we read in class and from any other texts you have read.
Here is a link to the video to get you started Tuesday in class. (Note * I mention a timer to keep you on task while reading. The video doesn’t work within this video, but the guest teacher will pull up the slide on the projector so you can keep track of it.) REMEMBER: Work well today so you have work time tomorrow.
Here are the Google slides (no video) that will allow the timer to work.
Click on the link below to access the podcast. The corresponding questions are in your packet. You will want to answer them on a separate sheet of paper. The first 12 can be answered while listening; the last five should be answered after you have finished listening.
Here is a link to the video lecture for today. It contains the bell ringer and the starter for the podcast. You may have to download it to view. Click the button to download then open it in the folder that should appear on the desktop or in the bottom right hand corner of your Chromebook. Then you should be able to hit play and get going!
The podcast link doesn’t work within the slide, so here it is: Deep Dive.
Here are the Google slides (no video) that will allow the internal link to work.
This is an article that you should read to draw a comparison between the hard copy article in your packet addressing appropriate use of Native American articles and the use of Native American mascots in European sports.
Click on the link below to access the podcast. Your corresponding handouts are in the packet. You need a set of headphones.
How to be a Hero – Radiolab Podcast
Click on this link below then enter the class code to get an account on CommonLit.org. It is wise to keep logins consistent (aka use Google!). We will use this website throughout the year.
Here are the links you will need to work through the online hunt: