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    *Wednesday, Aug. 7th
    1.  Retrieve the following handouts from the back 3-4H tray:  Attitude, Canvas Policy with ELA 3-4H Info. on back, and Syllabus/3-4H/Video Permission signature form (these handouts are also posted in Canvas - Resources module). 
    2.  View 3-4H Day 1 slide show in Canvas - Resources module.  This slide show goes with the ELA 3-4H Info. handout; if there is a picture of a highlighter next to something on the slide show, highlight that portion of the handout.  Please ask if you have any questions regarding the ELA 3-4H Info. handout OR the information presented in the slide show.
    3.  Note:  Summer Work is due this Friday, 8/9; we will discuss how to submit your summer work in class tomorrow/Thursday.
     
    *Thursday, Aug. 8th
    1.  Access How to Submit Summer Work slide show in Canvas - 1984 module.  We discussed this today; summer work (Annotations, Graphic Rrganizer, and Microtheme) - due tomorrow to Canvas by 7:30 AM!
    2.  Access 3-4H Day 2 Intro. slide show in Canvas - Resources module.  Ask another student or Mrs. Bondi regarding what to highlight on Canvas Policy handout.  The Canvas Policy Agreement Assign. ("I have read this") is due Monday, 8/12.
    3.  Show and Tell symbolic object is due tomorrow in class (see above Day 2 slide show - slide 6 - for instructions).
    4.  Signed signature sheet for Syllabus/3-4H Info. and Video Permission is due tomorrow in class! 
     
    *Friday, Aug. 9th
    1.  Turn in signed Signature Sheet for Syllabus/3-4H Info./Video Permission to the front make-up tray upon your return to class. +10 s/l
    2.  Show & Tell Symbolic Object Activity in small groups; to make up points for this activity, email Mrs. Bondi explaining what your symbolic object is and why it represents who you are (you may also share this with your table group if you'd like). +10 s/l
    3.  We had "chat time" to discuss any summer work submission issues at the end of the period.  Please email Mrs. Bondi if you have any concerns.
    4.  Reminder:  Canvas Policy Agreement Assign. is due Mon., 8/12 by 7:30 AM in Canvas!

     
     
    *Monday, Aug. 12th
    1.  Retrieve AP Rubric, Responding to the Text, and Socratic Seminar handouts in the back 3-4H tray.  Ask a peer what to highlight on these handouts (we will look at the AP Rubric another time; make sure you understand ALL of the information on the other two handouts for our first Socratic Seminar this Friday, 8/16).
    2.  See Mrs. Bondi to receive your Fall Partners.
    3.  Access 2019 Socratic Seminar slide show in Canvas - 1984 module.  Please ask if you have any questions regarding these slides. 
    4.  Reminder:  1984/Carr Test is tomorrow!  40 multiple choice questions!  1984 Timed Write is Wednesday.
     
    *Tuesday, Aug. 13th
    1.  Make an appointment with Mrs. Bondi upon your return to make up 1984/Carr Test. +40r
    2.  Reminders:  1984 Timed Write Pretest is tomorrow, think of someone who has inspired you for an activity Thursday, & Socratic Seminar Prep is due to Canvas this Friday by 7:30 AM.
     
    *Wednesday, Aug. 14th
    1.  Make an appointment with Mrs. Bondi upon your return to class to make up the 1984 Timed Write Pretest. +10w
    2.  Reminders:  think of someone who has inspired you; what did he/she do to make your life better?  Also, Socratic Seminar Prep is due to Canvas this Friday by 7:30 AM. 
     
    *Thursday, Aug. 15th
    1.  Please access Mom Letter in Canvas - Resources module; this is the letter I wrote and shared with my mother before she passed.  One of our AzCCRS is to write informative text to convey information clearly, develop your ideas with specific examples, and provide a concluding statement.  Today students did this and wrote a letter to someone who had inspired them.  Please bring your letter to class upon your return, and we can discuss next steps. :) +15
     
    *Friday, Aug. 16th
    1.  We had Day 1 of our Socratic Seminar!  If absent today, you will have an opportunity to make up your points on Monday. +18 s/l

     
    *Monday, Aug. 19th
    1. If you were absent today and did NOT receive full points for your 1984 Socratic Seminar Participation on Friday, access 1984 Socratic Seminar Make-up posted in Canvas - 1984 module.  If you did not have any tally marks, please answer all 5 of your questions; if you had one tally mark, answer 4 of your questions; and if you had two tally marks, answer 3 of your questions (you may email Mrs. Bondi to ask how many tally marks you had if you are not sure). +18 s/l
    2.  Access 1984 Socratic Seminar Reflection 1 in Canvas - 1984 module for instructions on this first reflection.  If you were absent both days you may base your discussion/reflection on the information you gleaned from your article, and what you would like to do for our next Socratic Seminar since you did not participate in this one.
    3.  1984/Carr Test, Annotations, & Graphic Organizers are in PowerSchool! We will discuss them all (including Microthemes) this week with student samples for Summer Work!
     
    *Tuesday, Aug. 20th
    1.  Turn in your Reflection #1 to the front make-up tray upon your return to class to get it stamped!  Remember, KEEP all stamped reflections; you will turn them all in later this semester for points!  ONLY STAMPED REFLECTIONS WILL RECEIVE CREDIT!!
    2.  Reminder:  ALL MATERIALS FOR THIS CLASS ARE IN CANVAS - IN UNIT MODULES!  Also, ALL MAKE-UP WORK IS POSTED ON MY WEBSITE.  You may also look on the website if you were IN CLASS, but would like to look back at what we did. :) 
    3.  We discussed the 1984/Carr Test; you may schedule an appointment with Mrs. Bondi if you would like to go over your test (we also had adulation and candy if you received 32-40 (A or B) on your test - if this was you...get candy from Mrs. Bondi!). :)
    4.  We highlighted and discussed the AP Rubric; ask another student what to highlight on this half sheet.
    5.  Access posted Fall Spring 3.4H Overview slide show in Canvas - Resources module.  We discussed the Fall Final Exam (in October and December), and an overview of this and next semester.
     
    *Wednesday, Aug. 21st
    1.  Access posted Vocab. Packets Lessons 1 & 2 in Canvas - Vocabulary module or retrieve hard copies of packets from back 3-4H tray (note:  Analogies slide show is also posted if you need help).  Complete both packets and turn them in to the front make-up tray upon your return (or email them to lynne.bondi@dvusd.org). +22r
     
    *Thursday, Aug. 22nd
    1.  Retrieve "(love song, with two goldfish)" poem and questions in back 3-4H tray (or access posted copy in Canvas - Reading Standards Practice module). Note:  if accessing the posted copy, you do NOT need to do question #6 or the Discussion Questions at the end - 1-5 ONLY.  Complete questions 1-5 and turn them in to the front make-up tray (OR email them to Mrs. Bondi) upon your return to class. +5r  We are practicing reading standards throughout the semester to prepare you for both final exams - one in October!  Your Formative over these standards is tomorrow/Friday!
    2.  Install the app Show Me on your iPad.
    3.  Your Socratic Seminar Prep is in PS; we reviewed the sample since this is the format of Socratic Seminar Preps for the year.  Please ask if you have any questions regarding your score.
    4.  Access How Not to Fear Writing Day 1 slide show in Canvas - 1984 module.  Complete the practice on slide 4; be ready to share out on Monday!
     
    *Friday, Aug. 23rd
    1.  Make an appointment upon your return to class to make up Q1C1 Formative.
    2.  Access posted How Not to Fear Writing Day 2 slide show in Canvas - 1984 module.  Make sure your prompt planning is complete based on 1984; you will write a thesis for this planning next week.

     
    *Monday, Aug. 26th
    1.  Retrieve Power Verbs handout in back 3-4H tray (or view posted copy in Canvas - Resources module).  Ask another student which Power Verbs to highlight; also, write what verbs to avoid at the top of this half sheet (says, shows, and states).
    2.  Access posted Summer Work Slide Show 2019 Day 1 in Canvas - 1984 moduleLOOK THROUGH THIS ENTIRE SLIDE SHOW for important information with student samples!  Make sure you understand all of this information as you will refer to it in tomorrow's reflection.
     
    *Tuesday, Aug. 27th
    1.  Retrieve graded materials from Mrs. Bondi upon your return to class.
    2.  We reviewed the following:  What is the first step in any writing assignment?  How long is a microthemeWhere does the thesis statement belong in the microtheme?  What four elements did the effective student sample theses contain?  After the thesis, what does the rest of the microtheme contain?  Hint – remember the terms we use for 3-4H. What do we have at the end of our microtheme?  Do we ever have dropped quotes (a quote on its own) in our writing?  Ask Mrs. Bondi if you are unsure regarding any of these questions.
    3.  Access posted Summer Work Slide Show Day 2 in Canvas - 1984 module.  Review this slide show and ask Mrs. Bondi if you have any questions.  Final slide contains the instructions for Reflection #2.  Complete this reflection and turn it in to the front make-up tray upon your return to class to get it stamped (we will also conference regarding your reflection/microtheme).
     
    *Wednesday, Aug. 28th
    1.  Retrieve your AzMERIT Score Report from Mrs. Bondi when you return to class.  Access posted AzMERIT ELA Assessment Data Collection in Canvas via Quizzes; enter your ELA information from your Score Report. +8s/l   
    2. Access posted Shakespeare's "Sonnet 18" in Canvas - Standards Practice module.  Complete this practice on your own and submit (5 questions); standards are defined and pairing with 1984 is explained in Canvas). +10r
    3.  Make an appointment with Mrs. Bondi upon your return to class to conference regarding your Reflection #2 1984 Microtheme and receive a STAMP; remember, ONLY STAMPED REFLECTIONS RECEIVE POINTS WHEN YOU TURN THEM IN! +7w
     
    *Thursday, Aug. 29th
    1.  Show Mrs. Bondi your completed Reflection #2 AND Rubric IF you have not conferenced/received a stamp on your Reflection #2; get Reflection #2 STAMPED after brief conference with Mrs. Bondi.  ONLY STAMPED REFLECTIONS RECEIVE POINTS WHEN YOU TURN THEM IN!!
    2.  Retrieve Standards Practice "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" in back 3-4H tray (or access posted copy in Canvas - Standards Practice module).  Complete questions 1-5, and turn in to the front make-up tray upon your return to class (or email electronic copy to Mrs. Bondi). +10r
     
    *Friday, Aug. 30th
    1.  Make an appointment with Mrs. Bondi upon your return to class to take Formative Q1C2.
    2.  Access No Fear Writing Day 3 slide show in Canvas - 1984 module.  Write a thesis statement in your notes using the planning listed on slide 1 OR your own planning from Day 2 No Fear Writing (on Fri., 8/23).  Ask Mrs. Bondi if you have any questions regarding thesis statements based on the samples.

     
     
    *Tuesday, Sept. 3rd
    1.  If you did not receive a stamp for Reflection #2/conference regarding your summer microtheme with Mrs. Bondi, make an appointment upon your return to class to conference and receive a stamp!
    2.  We discussed Standards Practice "Sonnet 18" and "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" in class; please ask Mrs. Bondi if you have any questions regarding either of these practice assignments.
    3.  Access posted How Not to Fear Writing Day 4 slide show in Canvas - 1984 module.  Anything that is in red in the slide show add to your No Fear Notes; you will turn these notes in tomorrow for points!  Please ask if you have any questions regarding these notes!
     
    *Wednesday, Sept. 4th
    1.  Access posted How Not to Fear Writing Day 4 slide show from yesterday in Canvas - 1984 module; review this slide show and take any notes that are in red that you are missing in your notes.  Turn your notes in to the front make-up tray upon your return. +10 s/l
    2.  Access posted Day 1 Prompt Practice slide show in Canvas - 1984 module.  On a sheet of paper, dissect the prompt and write a thesis for this prompt.  Make sure to write down the difference beteen ethics and morals, and a career which might have a conflict between the two (access "Ethics vs. Morals" article in Canvas - 1984 module to find the answers).  You will continue this practice tomorrow in class.
    3.  Reminder:  Obtain a copy of Brave New World by Monday, 9/9!
     
    *Thursday, Sept. 5th
    1.  Retrieve graded How Not to Fear Writing Notes from Mrs. Bondi upon your return to class.
    2.  Access posted Prompt Practice Day 2 slide show in Canvas - 1984 module.  On a sheet of paper, write a thesis for Pre-test Prompt #1 and your planning/chickenfooting (main idea with 2-3 pieces of evidence for EACH body paragraph).  Students collaborated with other students, and the team submitted their prompt work to Padlet (see your period's screen shots posted in Canvas - 1984 module).  Also, see the posted sample (slide 3).  Ask Mrs. Bondi if you have any questions regarding this prompt practice. 
    3.  Reminder:  you will turn in your Prompt Practice on Monday when you have your Timed Write Post-test!
     
    *Friday, Sept. 6th
    1.  Access posted Prompt Practice Day 3 slide show in Canvas - 1984 module.  On your Practice Notes, dissect Prompt #2, write a thesis statement for this prompt, and plan your body paragraphs by chickenfooting.  Include each main idea for your body paragraphs, as well as what evidence would support each main idea (2-3 pieces of evidence for each body paragraph).  Remember, each body paragraph should focus on a literary device (symbolism, irony, flashbacks, etc.).  You will turn in these notes on Monday before your 1984 Timed Write Post-test.  Also, see posted screen shots from Padlet with student samples for your period for Prompt 2.
    2.  Bring your copy of Huxley's Brave New World on Monday, 9/9!

     
    *Monday, Sept. 9th
    1.  Show Mrs. Bondi your Brave New World book when you return to class for points! +5s/l
    2.  Turn in your Prompt Practice to the front make-up tray upon your return to class. +15w
    3.  Make an appointment with Mrs. Bondi upon your return to class to make up your 1984 Timed Write Essay/Post-test. +75w
     
    *Tuesday, Sept. 10th
    1.  Access posted Reflection #3 9-10-19 slide in Canvas - 1984 module.  Label a sheet of paper with the Number (#3), Title (Language Exploration), and Date (9-10-19) of the reflection at the top of the page.  Next, click on the Ted Talks link on the bottom of the first slide, and take notes on your sheet of paper as you are viewing the Ted Talks.  When finished, look at the questions listed on slide 2, and respond to these questions weaving in evidence from the Ted Talks, 1984, and your own observations/experiences.  Your response must be 8-12 sentences (paragraph).  REMEMBER TO GET IT STAMPED UPON YOUR RETURN TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR THIS REFLECTION.  NO STAMP = NO POINTS!
    2. Show Mrs. Bondi your Brave New World book when you return to class for points IF you have not done so! +5s/l  TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY TO RECEIVE POINTS FOR YOUR BOOK!  
     
    *Wednesday, Sept. 11th
    1.  I shared my journal from 9/11/01, and encouraged students to record their thoughts/capture moments to process and reflect throughout life. :)
    2.  Mini Socratic Seminar Make-up:  email Mrs. Bondi lynne.bondi@dvusd.org with your two most interesting discussion points in your Reflection #3, including the evidence you used to support your claims; also, provide two themes/author's message from 1984 and connect them to contemporary society (these do not need to be related to language). +8 s/l 
    3.  Retrieve Book Study Packet from back 3-4H tray (or access posted copy in Canvas - Brave New World module).  Ask another student or Mrs. Bondi what to highlight, and ask if you have any questions (we discussed page 1 only; we will continue our discussion tomorrow).
     
    *Thursday, Sept. 12th
    1.  See Mrs. Bondi to access the QR code to nominate Homecoming Royalty if you would like. :)
    2.  See posted Renaissance Cord list on the back bulletin board! :)
    3.  We discussed the standards that are incorporated in the book study: RL 1-6, RL 9, L 4-5, W 4, 6, & 9, SL 1, 3, 4, & 6     
    4.  We discussed & highlighted pages 2-3 of the Book Study Packet, and reviewed the following questions with Brave New World partners: What does IRA stand for?  How do the Leaders prepare for the Book Meeting they are responsible for? Where do you submit (2 places)?  What do PARTICIPANTS need to do for ALL book meetings (in other words, HOW do you prepare)?  Where are the Literary Criticisms (definition and questions) posted to complete Task 2?  How do you know which Literary Criticism you are focusing on?  How do you evaluate your group members on Book Meeting days?  What serves as the basis for the Leaders’ discussion?  What does an arrow next to items in Task 3 mean?  Please ask if you have any questions AND access the Brave New World module in Canvas to review all of the resources.
     
    *Friday, Sept. 13th
    1.  Please take notes from the side board when you return to class (you only need to write down what is underlined in green).
    2.  Access posted BNW.Huxley.Title notes in Canvas - Brave New World module.  Write down what is in yellow font.  We also viewed a movie trailer and read/discussed the first few pages of Chapter 1.  We will review on Monday!

       
    *Monday, Sept. 16th
    1.  Access posted Allusions slide show in Canvas - Brave New World module.  Take notes on the portions in red font.
    2.  We reviewed Friday's notes and Ch. 1:  What genre is Brave New World?  What did Huxley originally want to be?  What are some of the tragedies Huxley suffered?  Why is Ford considered a deity in this society?  What is the title of this novel alluding to? What does it mean?  What type of social system exists in the World State?  Describe the opening scene in Ch. 1. Please consult your notes if you have any questions regarding these questions (feel free to ask Mrs. Bondi if you are still unsure of any of these questions).
    3.  We read/discussed/annotated Ch. 1 - from the Director's tour in the Fertilizing Room to the Embryo Store.  Keep up with the reading on your own if you miss class; we will review tomorrow!
     
     *Tuesday, Sept. 17th
    1.  We reviewed yesterday's reading:  What is the World State’s motto?  Who joins the Director of Hatcheries and Conditioning on the tour of the facility to share his knowledge with the students?  What is Bokanovsky’s Process? Whom does it allude to?  What “arrests of development” are the Gammas, Deltas, & Epsilons subjected to?What might be Huxley’s purpose for providing animal imagery when describing human beings?  Predestination refers to God’s determination regarding salvation; in BNW the Predestinators send in figures to the Fertilizers regarding the quality and quantity they need to stabilize the population.  What/Who has replaced God in this society
    2.  We read/discussed/annotated the rest of Chapter 1 and the beginning of Chapter 2 (after the conditioning of the Delta babies).  Make sure you keep up on the reading if you are absent!
     
    *Wednesday, Sept. 18th
    1.  We reviewed yesterday's reading: What is a nuisance according to Mr. Foster? How is it solved?  What do the workers in the Embryo Store do to ensure an Epsilon? Why?What does the D.H.C. claim is the secret of happiness?  Who confirms a date with Lenina before departing with the student tour?  The title of the Infant Nurseries is an allusion; what is it referring to?  What happens when the Delta babies reach for the flowers and books
    2. We read/discussed/annotated the rest of Chapter 2; please ask if you have any questions regarding this chapter.
    3. Make an appointment with Mrs. Bondi upon your return to class to make up Pop Quiz - Chapts. 1-2. +15r
    4. Access posted Chapt. 3 Info. slide show in Canvas - Brave New World module.  Review this information before reading Chapt. 3.
     
    *Thursday, Sept. 19th
    1.  Make an appointment with Mrs. Bondi upon your return to class to make up Q1C3 Quiz. +6r
    2.  Work time for Book Meeting #1 (Leaders - work on IRA; Participants - annotate for Tasks 1-3 in Book Study Packet). 
     
    *Friday, Sept. 20th
    1.  Retrieve Standards Practice BNW Ch. 1 in back 3-4H tray (or access posted copy in Canvas - Brave New World module).  Complete this practice and turn in to the front make-up tray or email it to Mrs. Bondi; remember the day-for-a-day policy. +6r
    2. Work time for Book Meeting #1 (Leaders - work on IRA; Participants - annotate for Tasks 1-3 in Book Study Packet).

     
    *Monday, Sept. 23rd
    1. To make up today's Book Meeting Points, access posted Book Meeting Participant Make-up +15 s/l (or if you were absent and the leader, access Book Meeting Leader Make-up +25 s/l ) in Canvas - Brave New World module.  Turn this in to the front make-up tray or email to Mrs. Bondi - remember a day-for-a-day policy!
     
    *Tuesday, Sept. 24th
    1.  Please turn in your Book Meeting #1 Evaluation (or Meeting Tracker if Leader) to the front make-up tray upon your return to class. +15 s/l
    2.  We discussed yesterday's book meeting - overall, great job!  Make sure you are PREPARED for every book meeting by reading and annotating ALL ASSIGNED CHAPTERS prior to the meeting!
    3.  Access posted Chapt. 5 Notes in Canvas - Brave New World module.  Take notes on this information, and ask if you have any questions.
    4.  We had reading time for the Book Meeting #2 on Wed., 10/2 - Chapts. 4-6, and psychoanalytic literary criticism.
     
    *Wednesday, Sept. 25th
    1.  Please access posted 1984 Post-test Notes slide show in Canvas - 1984 module.  Take notes on anything that has the notes image next to it; you will compose your reflection on the back side of these notes tomorrow (the reflection will be written in class).
    2.  Please see Mrs. Bondi to retrieve your rubric and essay.
     
    *Thursday, Sept. 26th
    1.  Mrs. Bondi showed Ridge's 1st Pep Assembly! :)
    2.  Access posted 1984 Post-test Notes slide show in Canvas - 1984 module.  View slide 18/last slide which provides instructions for Reflection #4.  Compose Reflection #4 and ask Mrs. Bondi to stamp it upon your return to class.  NO STAMP = NO POINTS WHEN YOU TURN IT IN!
    3.  Read/annotate Chapts. 4-6 in preparation of Book Study #2 on Wed., 10/2!
     
    *Friday, Sept. 27th
    1.  If you have not conferenced with Mrs. Bondi regarding your 1984 Timed Write Post-test and received a stamp for Reflection #4, make an appointment upon your return to class to get Reflection #4 stamped and conference with Mrs. Bondi.  NO STAMP = NO POINTS WHEN YOU TURN IN REFLECTIONS!
    2.  Read/annotate for Tasks 1-3 - Chapts. 4-6 - in preparation of Book Meeting #2 on Wed., 10/2!  All - be prepared!!

     
    *Wednesday, Oct. 2nd
    1.  General Information shared:  1st Final Exam/10% of grade: Reading (Literature) is Wed., Oct. 9th! We will continue our practice everyday until test starting tomorrow!IRAs (Section 1) are in PS; click on point total/grade to see comments/why you missed points (in blue; turnitin grammar comments in purple).  Range = 64-95 out of +95 (67%-100%); 1-15 for Participation. Follow packet! Samples up front!  Students who received A's on IRA received adulation and candy. :)  Participation & Leader pts. are in PS; see Mrs. Bondi for questions.
    2.  To make up today's Book Meeting Points, access posted Book Meeting Participant Make-up +15 s/l (or if you were absent and the leader, access Book Meeting Leader Make-up +25 s/l ) in Canvas - Brave New World module.  Turn this in to the front make-up tray or email to Mrs. Bondi - remember a day-for-a-day policy!
     
    *Thursday, Oct. 3rd
    1.  Note:  You will have two days to complete your 1st Final Exam - Wed., 10/9-Thurs., 10/10Book Meeting #3 will now be next Friday, 10/11.
    2.  Turn in your Book Meeting #2 Evaluation to the front make-up tray upon your return. +15 s/l
    3.  Please make an appointment with Mrs. Bondi upon your return to conference if you have not done so regarding your 1984 Timed Write Post-test AND get Reflection #4 stamped! 
    4.   Access posted Parallelism slide show in Canvas - Standards Practice module.  Click on the posted link, complete all 20 questions, and then screenshot the final screen to show Mrs. Bondi (you may email Mrs. Bondi the screenshot or show her the screenshot during class upon your return).  Remember a day-for-a-day policy! +10
    5.  See side board for Section #3 information (Chapts. 7-10).
    6.  We had time in class to read/annotate in preparation of Friday's (10/11) Book Meeting #3.
     
    *Friday, Oct. 4th
    1.  Retrieve I Love Semicolons & Colons handout from the back 3-4H tray (or access posted copy in Canvas - Standards Practice module).  Complete the practice and turn it in to the front make-up tray upon your return (or email it to Mrs. Bondi).  Remember the day-for-a-day policy! +5
    2.  Please make an appointment with Mrs. Bondi upon your return to conference if you have not done so regarding your 1984 Timed Write Post-test AND get Reflection #4 stamped! 
    3.  Book Meeting #2 Participation & Leader points, and IRA scores are in PS.  See Mrs. Bondi for questions regarding Participation Points; view Mrs. Bondi's comments in BLUE in Canvas for IRA feedback.  Range = 69-91 out of 95 pts. for IRAs & 3-15 for Participation Points (students who received an "A" on IRA received adulation & candy). :)
    4.  Book Meeting #3 is Friday, 10/11; students had time in class to read/annotate Chapts. 7-10 (Marxist Literary Criticism).
    5.  Reminder:  1st Final Exam is next Wednesday & Thursday during class!

     
     *Monday, Oct. 7th
    1.  Access posted MLA PD Practice slide show in Canvas - Reading Standards Practice module.  Complete the practice according to the slide show, and turn in to the front make-up tray upon your return OR email it to Mrs. Bondi - remember the day-for-a-day policy! +5w
    2.  Retrieve Chicago handout in back 3-4H tray (or access posted commonlit_chicago_student PDF in Canvas - Reading Standards Practice module).  Read the poem and complete questions 1-5 (you do NOT need to do the Discussion Questions).  Turn this in to the front make-up tray upon your return OR email it to Mrs. Bondi - remember the day-for-a-day policy! +5r
    3.  Reminders:  Book Meeting #3 is this Friday; 1st Final Exam is this Wednesday!
     
    *Tuesday, Oct. 8th
    1.  Retrieve graded materials from Mrs. Bondi upon your return to class.
    2.  We viewed student samples of yesterday's lead-in & parenthetical documentation practice:  Lead-in w/ source:  Huxley exhibits John’s pure hatred for Pope when he expresses, “A man can smile and smile and be a villain” (132). Thanks, VictoriaLead-in without source:  The unconscious effects of hypnopaedia drilled into the mind reappear through both Bernard and Lenina evincing the ethics of society: “Cleanliness is next to Fordliness” (Huxley 110). Thanks, Kai!  Please ask if you have any questions regarding this practice.
    3.  Reminder:  1st Final Exam is tomorrow (& Thursday if you need additional time); it is 10% of your Final Grade!  18 questions; 3 main passages.  Make sure your iPad is charged!
    4.  We discussed the "Chicago" Standards Practice; please ask if you have any questions.
    5.  Book Meeting #3 is Friday, 10/11; students had time in class to read/annotate Chapts. 7-10 (Marxist Literary Criticism).
     
    *Wednesday, Oct. 9th
    1.  Students took Q1 Interim/1st Final Exam - take this assessment tomorrow/Thursday during class.  If you need additional time, make an appointment with Mrs. Bondi. 10% of grade!
    2.  Reminder:  Book Meeting #3 is Friday, 10/11; read/annotate Chapts. 7-10 (Marxist Literary Criticism).
     
    *Thursday, Oct. 10th
    1.  Students completed & submitted Q1 Interim/1st Final Exam in class today.  If you did not submit your test yesterday/Oct. 9th, please make an appointment with Mrs. Bondi upon your return to class to complete and submit your assessment.  This assessment is 10% of your grade!
    2.  Reminder:  Book Meeting #3 is TOMORROW; read/annotate Chapts. 7-10 (Marxist Literary Criticism). Leaders - submit IRA to Canvas - Section #3 Assignment AND Discussion Board - by 7:30 AM tomorrow/Oct. 11th!  All - be prepared!
     
    *Friday, Oct. 11th
    1. To make up today's Book Meeting Points, access posted Book Meeting Participant Make-up +15 s/l in Canvas - Brave New World module.  Turn this in to the front make-up tray or email to Mrs. Bondi - remember a day-for-a-day policy!

     
    *Tuesday, Oct. 15th
    1.  See Mrs. Bondi upon your return to class for your new seat!
    2.  Turn in your Book Meeting #3 Evaluation/Meeting Tracker to the front make-up tray upon your return to class.  Meeting #4 is Mon., 10/21 - Chapts. 11-13 - Feminist Literary Criticism.
    3.  Make an appointment with Mrs. Bondi upon your return to class to take Quiz - Chapts. 7-10. +15r
    4.  Students had reading/annotating time, and we discussed ELA options for junior year (Dual and AP) for today's Curriculum Fair. :)
     
    *Wednesday, Oct. 16th
    1. New Policy to note:  we will use a sign-out sheet on the back table by the door instead of the QR code to go to the restroom.
    2. We read/annotated Chapts. 11-13 for Tasks 1-3, and then shared our annotations/insights with another student chosen by the RGG!  Make sure you are keeping up with the reading!  Book Meeting #4 is Monday, 10/21!
     
    *Thursday, Oct. 17th - Period 6
    1.  Make an appointment with Mrs. Bondi upon your return to class to take Q2C1 Formative.
    2.  Students had a final day to read/annotate for Tasks 1-3 in preparation of Monday's Book Meeting #4 - Chapts. 11-13 - Marxist Literary Criticism; students also had an opportunity at the end of the period to share their annotations and discuss the chapters.  Leaders, submit IRA to Canvas - Section #3 Assignment AND Discussion Board - by 7:30 AM Monday, 10/21!  All - be prepared!
     
    *Friday, Oct. 18th - Periods 5 & 7
    1.  Make an appointment with Mrs. Bondi upon your return to class to take Q2C1 Formative.
    2.  Students had a final day to read/annotate for Tasks 1-3 in preparation of Monday's Book Meeting #4 - Chapts. 11-13 - Marxist Literary Criticism; students also had an opportunity at the end of the period to share their annotations and discuss the chapters.  Leaders, submit IRA to Canvas - Section #3 Assignment AND Discussion Board - by 7:30 AM Monday, 10/21!  All - be prepared!
     

     
     *Monday, Oct. 21st
    1.  Note: District Assessment/Final will be curved by 3 points; see side board for percentage. This will be included in grade/PS on Dec. 2nd.  Also, non-traveling Aca Prep tomorrow.
    2.  To make up today's Book Meeting Points, access posted Book Meeting Participant Make-up +15 s/l in Canvas - Brave New World module (or if you were absent and the leader, access Book Meeting Leader Make-up +25 s/l).  Turn this in to the front make-up tray or email to Mrs. Bondi - remember a day-for-a-day policy!
     
    *Tuesday, Oct. 22nd
    1.  Turn in Meeting #4 Evaluation/Meeting Tracker to the front make-up tray upon your return to class. +15 s/l
    2.  See side board upon your return to class for Section 5 Info.
    3.  Make an appointment with Mrs. Bondi upon your return to make up Quiz - Chapts. 11-13. +20r
    4.  Read/annotate Chapts. 14-17 for Tasks 1-3; Book Meeting #5 is Monday, 10/28.
     
    *Wednesday, Oct. 23rd
    1.   Read/annotate Chapts. 14-17 for Tasks 1-3 and review Post-Colonial Literary Criticism; Book Meeting #5 is Monday, 10/28.  Remember to review annotations with a peer to help you understand the section!
     
     
     
     
     
      
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
      
     
     
     
     
     
       
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
        
     
      
     
      
     

     

     

     

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
       
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     

     
       

     

     
     
     
        
      
     
     
     
     
     
     
      
     
     

     

     

     
       
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
        
      
      
     
     
     
     
       
     
     
     
      
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
      
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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