Monthly Archives: February 2018
Today in class: Finish graphic organizer-which will count as rough draft if completed entirely. Begin typing, if time allows. HW-Graphic Organizer MUST be completed. Journal Check next Wednesday.
Today in class: HW check for two printed research articles Use articles to form a two point thesis for argumentative paper Fill out graphic organizer Begin Drafting tomorrow
Today in class: In the computer lab for research papers! 🙂 -Check research questions from before the break -Decide or recall topic for research -Find 2 or 3 articles from reliable sources. Not Wikipedia. They need to be reliable news, … Continue reading
Today in class: -Make sure all journals are complete including what I learned this week with three points. -Read and answer questions on research article. -Upcoming Events and due dates: Journal Check Wednesday 2/28/18 Two printed research articles supporting your … Continue reading
Today in class: Thursday Journal-timed Mark TLQC paper and hand in Begin choosing and assigning research topics Once research topics have been chosen, please go find two reliable sources providing information and print for HW.
Today in class: Check for Rough Draft completion TLQC. Wednesday Journal-7 minutes Final Draft-Black ink, Double Spaced Mark Papers at the end of class if time allows
Today in class: Timed Tuesday Journal Review TLQC Strategy Draft Paragraph with quotes from two supporting distracted driving articles Bring Blue, Green, Red, Yellow for tomorrow to mark papers
Today in class: Students completed Monday journal timed. Students and teacher continue comparison of distracted driving articles using valid logic and fallacy and TLQC chart.
Today in class: Students and teacher checked for make-up work. Students completed missing assignments. Students who had already completed all work did a Friday Journal and moved forward with Sound Reasoning in the text book. If you were here and … Continue reading
Today in class: Students received graded papers back for portfolios. After this students evaluated two articles about distracted driving for logic, determining if each argument was “sound”. If you have been absent, please see me for make-up work. 🙂