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  • 1. Week 10 & 11
    March 8-12
    March 15- 19
    March 22-26
  • 2. Monday 3-8-10
    Absolutely no videos during class work time! Allow students to get their music ready then At 8:05- Lock all students out- if they are late, too bad.
    Unlock computers at 8:30, allowing them to type up morning blog.
    Absolutely no videos during class work time!
    7:45-8:45- Morning Blog sbta2.blogspot.com
    Silent readingnewspapers Use VOC words: range, data, compare
    Econ- alex and blake, richardHealth- alexis,
    8:45-11 Us history
    Tell everyone to turn off their monitors, read as a class Chapter 2 section 4 the civil war p. 206
    On PowerPoint, Students answer reading connection& checks
    Section assessment p.215 1-8
    Quiz 2-4
    Categories on the wall
    lunch 11:00-11:30
    Ask teacher Richard to separate lunches
  • 3. 3-8 11:30-1:15
    11:30-12:45 Please have students sit in the back in a circle
    Poetry with teacher Jim
    Please stay in class during an supervise
    Type up lyrics for your chapters
    Or
    Finish history from the morning
    12:45 Please let Jose p, blake, alexis, richard clean up and go to auto class.
  • 4. ALL LUNCHES NEED TO BE THROWN AT BEFORE LEAVING!!!
    Please write down time each student comes in. remember- if they come after 7:55, add their detention time to after school 1:15-1:45
    PLEASE stay until 1:45 with the detention kids
    Before the students leave call out all student s who are not excused for tardiness and assign them one of the following detention duties. If their time is more give them more duties.
    FYI- If students do not want to focus, stay on task and be respectful, they made that choice for themselves. Kindly offer them 3 warnings, and call parent and suspend them!! You are not here to babysit them.
    Detention duties-
    • clean/spray all desks
    • 5. throw trash/newspapers
    • 6. clean microwave/desk
    • 7. throw out lunches
    • 8. organize/fold uniforms in the side cabinets
    • 9. dust/organize books/ shelves.
    • 10. Clean/spray small room
    • 11. Help teacher Richard grade
    • 12. Help teacher richard cut and layer pictures
    • 13. Or finish unfinished work.
  • 2-9-10 Tuesday
    Absolutely no videos during class work time! Allow students to get their music ready then At 8:05- Lock all students out- if they are late, too bad.
    Unlock computers at 8:30, allowing them to type up morning blog.
    Absolutely no videos during class work time!
    7:45-8:45- Morning Blog sbta2.blogspot.com
    Silent readingnewspapers Use VOC words: range, data, compare
    8:45- 11 SCIENCE angie & carlos- earth science alex and blake–econ
    All monitors off during reading or movie time
    Presentations of Evolution
    Read ch 11 section 1 The work of Gregor Mendel p. 263
    And read ch 11 sec 2 p. 267
    Answer all check points
    Section assessment p. 266 1-6 and p. 269
    WORKBOOK 11-1 turn to Teacher Richard
    Lunch11:00-11:30
  • 14. 11:30-1:15 independent workstudents will independently on their class, please help each out
    Dashawn present at 12:30
    Rochelle- English
    Alexis- health
    Jose p- essay writing
    Carlos- econ
    Chartzel- alg 2
    Jordy- alg 1b or english book
    Terrysha- health
    Gilbert- yellow English book
    Eliok- yellow English book
    Juan- civics
    Angie- English book
    Richard- geometry
    Joshua- english book
    Blake -econ
    12:45 Please let Jose p, blake, alexis, richard clean up and go to auto class.
  • 15. ALL LUNCHES NEED TO BE THROWN AT BEFORE LEAVING!!!
    Please write down time each student comes in. remember- if they come after 7:55, add their detention time to after school 1:15-1:45
    PLEASE stay until 1:45 with the detention kids
    Before the students leave call out all student s who are not excused for tardiness and assign them one of the following detention duties. If their time is more give them more duties.
    FYI- If students do not want to focus, stay on task and be respectful, they made that choice for themselves. Kindly offer them 3 warnings, and call parent and suspend them!! You are not here to babysit them.
    Detention duties-
    • clean/spray all desks
    • 16. throw trash/newpapers
    • 17. clean microwave/desk
    • 18. throw out lunches
    • 19. organize/fold uniforms in the side cabinets
    • 20. dust/organize books/ shelves.
    • 21. Clean/spray small room
    • 22. Help teacher Richard grade
    • 23. Help teacher richard cut and layer pictures
    • 24. Or finish unfinished work.
  • 3-10-10 Wednesday
    Absolutely no videos during class work time! Allow students to get their music ready then At 8:05- Lock all students out- if they are late, too bad.
    Unlock computers at 8:30, allowing them to type up morning blog.
    Absolutely no videos during class work time!
    7:45-8:45- Morning Blog sbta2.blogspot.com
    Silent readingnewspapers Use VOC words: range, data, compare
    Econ- alex and blake, richard Health- alexis,
    8:45-11 Us history
    Students present category on wall 2-4
    Read Chapter 2 section 5 Reconstruction p. 218
    Answer reading connection& checks
    Section assessment p.225 1-8
    Quiz 2-5
    Categories on the wall
    lunch 11:00-11:30
    Ask teacher Richard to separate lunches
  • 25. 11:30-1:15 englsih
    Put in Movie Sierra Leone’s Refugee all Stars movie in the DVD player
    (must change source on little white control and press DVD button on main control in order to view on projector)
    Students type up a 15 sentence paragraph on the film, reflection on the film, what was inspiring, what they found was tragic, sad…etc….anything else that stood out of has touched their heart.
    lyrics must be typed up and you must find your tune
    12:45 Please let Jose p, blake, alexis, richard clean up and go to auto class.
  • 26. ALL LUNCHES NEED TO BE THROWN AT BEFORE LEAVING!!!
    Please write down time each student comes in. remember- if they come after 7:55, add their detention time to after school 1:15-1:45
    PLEASE stay until 1:45 with the detention kids
    Before the students leave call out all student s who are not excused for tardiness and assign them one of the following detention duties. If their time is more give them more duties.
    FYI- If students do not want to focus, stay on task and be respectful, they made that choice for themselves. Kindly offer them 3 warnings, and call parent and suspend them!! You are not here to babysit them.
    Detention duties-
    • clean/spray all desks
    • 27. throw trash/newpapers
    • 28. clean microwave/desk
    • 29. throw out lunches
    • 30. organize/fold uniforms in the side cabinets
    • 31. dust/organize books/ shelves.
    • 32. Clean/spray small room
    • 33. Help teacher Richard grade
    • 34. Help teacher richard cut and layer pictures
    • 35. Or finish unfinished work.
  • Thursday 2-11-10
    Absolutely no videos during class work time! Allow students to get their music ready then At 8:05- Lock all students out- if they are late, too bad.
    Unlock computers at 8:30, allowing them to type up morning blog.
    Absolutely no videos during class work time!
    7:45-8:45- Morning Blog sbta2.blogspot.com
    Silent readingnewspapers Use VOC words: range, data, compare
    8:45- 11 SCIENCE – angie & carlos- earth science alex and blake–econ
    Watch genetics movie
    Read as a class ch 11- 3 p. 270
    On powerpoint Students Answer all check points
    Section assessment p. p. 274 1-5
    WORK BOOK 11-3
    Whatever you don’t finish, Please finish after lunch!!
    10-11:00 SEX EDUCATION
    11- 11:30 lunch
    12:45 Please let Jose p, blake, alexis, richard clean up and go to auto class.
  • 36.
  • 37. 11:30-1:15 independent workstudents will independently on their class, please help each out
    Rochelle- English
    Alexis- health
    Jose p- essay writing
    Carlos- econ
    Chartzel- alg 2
    Jordy- alg 1b or english book
    Terrysha- health
    Gilbert- yellow English book
    Eliok- yellow English book
    Juan- civics
    Angie- English book
    Richard- geometry
    Joshua- english book
    Blake -econ
    12:45 Please let Jose p, blake, alexis, richard clean up and go to auto class.
  • 38. Friday 2-13-09
    7:45-8:45- Morning Blog sbta2.blogspot.com
    Silent post their summary and reflections
    Silent reading Use VOC words: range, data, compare
    9:00 introduce the NEW WORDS: contrast, critique, persuade
    Copy, define, make your sentence, adobe photoshop picture with word and sentence
    9:30- 11:15 Art Teacher alexander- stay in classroom and help with art projects.
    Pass out assignment sheet for week 10
    Students MUST finish all work on assignment sheet before leaving at 1:15 or they stay through detention to finish. Check their powerpoints and all workbooks turned into Teacher Richard
    Lunch 11:15- 11:45
    Any lessons that you didn’t get to or finish throughout the week please complete them with the students after lunch!!
    Must finish all work
  • 39.
  • 40.
  • 41.
  • 42. Week 11
    March 15-19
  • 43. Monday 3-15-10
    Absolutely no videos during class work time! Allow students to get their music ready then At 8:05- Lock all students out- if they are late, too bad.
    Unlock computers at 8:30, allowing them to type up morning blog.
    Absolutely no videos during class work time!
    7:45-8:45- Morning Blog sbta2.blogspot.com
    Silent readingnewspapers Use VOC words: contrast, critique, persuade
    Econ- alex and blake, richard Health- alexis, juan -civics
    8:45-11 Us history
    go over Category on wall
    Read as a class p. 202 Frederick Douglass
    Answer ques p. 204 1-3
    Read p. 216 Declaration of independence
    Questions 1-2, 1-2
    Read p. 228 questions p 229 1-3
    Individual work - Questions p. 230 36-44
    11-11:30 lunch
  • 44. 11:30-1:15 englsih
    Sharing lyrics
    Get into groups of 3 share your lyrics
    • Read /sing your lyrics to the group
    • 45. Each Group members add 3 sentences each to their song! Totaling 6 new sentences for your lyrics
    12:15 As a whole class Read Armed and Underage in Scholastic upfront magazine p.12-15
    Have a small discussions with class about the reading
    Students answer questions in complete sentences
    12:45 Please let Jose p, blake, alexis, richard clean up and go to auto class.
  • 46. ARMED & UNDERAGE4-5 sentences for questions
    1.      What rights do you think children should be guaranteed?2.      Why are children so often forced to serve as soldiers?3.      What might be some of the consequences for these children and for their countries as a whole?4.      Developed nations like the U.S. have a responsibility to ensure that children are not used as soldiers in any part of the world.5.      Why was soldering become a way of life for children in many countries?6.      Why are children that are being recruited not protected by adults and by their government?7.      How might international organizations help child soldiers return home?  Why is this so difficult?8.      Had you heard of this problem before reading this article?  Why do you think it gets so little attention in the media?9.      How did reading this article affect your views about wars in distant countries?
  • 47. Tuesday 3-16-10
    Absolutely no videos during class work time! Allow students to get their music ready then At 8:05- Lock all students out- if they are late, too bad.
    Unlock computers at 8:30, allowing them to type up morning blog.
    Absolutely no videos during class work time!
    7:45-8:45- Morning Blog sbta2.blogspot.com
    Silent readingnewspapers Use VOC words: contrast, critique, persuade
    8:45- 11 SCIENCE – angie & carlos- earth science alex and blake–econ
    Watch genes, genetics, and DNA movie
    Read ch 11 -4 p., 275 & 11-5 p. 279
    Answer all check points
    Section assessment p. 278 1-5 and p. 280
    WORKBOOK 11-1, 11-2, 11-3, 11-4, 11-5
    11- 11:30 lunch
    12:45 Please let Jose p, blake, alexis, richard clean up and go to auto class.
  • 48.
  • 49. ALL LUNCHES NEED TO BE THROWN AT BEFORE LEAVING!!!
    Please write down time each student comes in. remember- if they come after 7:55, add their detention time to after school 1:15-1:45
    PLEASE stay until 1:45 with the detention kids
    Before the students leave call out all student s who are not excused for tardiness and assign them one of the following detention duties. If their time is more give them more duties.
    FYI- If students do not want to focus, stay on task and be respectful, they made that choice for themselves. Kindly offer them 3 warnings, and call parent and suspend them!! You are not here to babysit them.
    Detention duties-
    • clean/spray all desks
    • 50. throw trash/newpapers
    • 51. clean microwave/desk
    • 52. throw out lunches
    • 53. organize/fold uniforms in the side cabinets
    • 54. dust/organize books/ shelves.
    • 55. Clean/spray small room
    • 56. Help teacher Richard grade
    • 57. Help teacher richard cut and layer pictures
    • 58. Or finish unfinished work.
  • Wednesday 3-17-10
    Absolutely no videos during class work time! Allow students to get their music ready then At 8:05- Lock all students out- if they are late, too bad.
    Unlock computers at 8:30, allowing them to type up morning blog.
    Absolutely no videos during class work time!
    7:45-8:45- Morning Blog sbta2.blogspot.com
    Silent readingnewspapers Use VOC words: contrast, critique, persuade
    Econ- alex and blake, richard Health- alexis, juan -civics
    8:45-11 Us history
    Pass out study guide ch 2
    Watch movie civil war and abolishing slavery (continue o Friday if needed)
    Go over study guide at 10:40 read question have students give out answers. Make sure they all the right answers to study for!
    TEST on FRIDAY!!!!
    11-11:30 Lunch
  • 59.
  • 60.
  • 61. 11:30-1:15 englsih
    For your lyrics . Please find lots of images to go with each sentence. I would recommend you find at least 50 images.
    Open folder to save all your pictures in. remember these images will go in your video!
    As a whole class Read all small and big articles in Scholastic upfront magazine april 20 issue: Google mistrials, the cost of capital punishment, and Indonesia, and she got game.
    Have a small discussions with class about each of the readings
    Students answer questions in complete sentences
    Unfinished reading and questions need to finished on Thursday or Friday after lunch !!
    12:45 Please let Jose p, blake, alexis, richard clean up and go to auto class.
  • 62. THE COST OF CAPITAL PUNISHMENT3-4 sentences for each questions
    1.      Capital punishment is included in one of the first written codes of law, King Hammurabi’s code, from Babylonia, around 1750 b.c. It included the phrase “an eye for an eye.”  What does this phrase mean, and why might modern supporters of capital punishment invoke it?2.      What are some arguments for and against “eye for an eye” philosophy?3.      Why do you think capital punishment has been in use for so long?4.      Support or refute: The death penalty’s effectiveness in reducing serious crimes, like murder, outweighs its economic costs.5.      The death penalty is sometimes applied to federal crimes like treason, terrorism, and espionage.  Why do you think these crimes may be punishable by death?6.      Do you agree with those who say that eliminating the death penalty will result in an increase in crime? Why or why not?7.      Are you surprised that the U.S. is one of the few industrialized democracies that still have capital punishment?  Why do you think this is so?8.      What might account for changes over time in public support for the death penalty?9.      Why do states get to determine whether or not to use the death penalty?
  • 63. INDONESIA:  ANOTHER FACE OF ISLAM3-4 sentences for each question
    1.      Secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton said, “If you want to know if Islam, democracy, modernity, and women’s rights can coexist, go to Indonesia.” What do you think she means by this quote? what is its significance?
    2. What do you know about Indonesia? 3.      Why might some of the elements not coexist in other countries?4.      Why might Indonesia receive less media attention than <muslin nations in the Middle East?5.      Why do you think Indonesia seems to have been to peaceful transition to democracy when countries like Iraq and Afghanistan are struggling?6.      Support or refute:  Other Middle Eastern countries should adopt some of Indonesia’s tolerant policies.7.      What elements are essential for a successful democracy?8.        How might president Obama’s upbringings in Indonesia have influenced his views about the Muslim world?  Why is the perspective valuable today?9.      What is meant by the statement that Indonesians are “Islamic in the same was the Americans are Christians? How does that statement relate to the role that religion can play in a democracy?10.  Why do you think Indonesia has been able to remain relatively distant from the Islamic fundamentalism found in many other Muslim countries?
  • 64. Thursday 3-18-10
    Absolutely no videos during class work time! Allow students to get their music ready then At 8:05- Lock all students out- if they are late, too bad.
    Unlock computers at 8:30, allowing them to type up morning blog.
    Absolutely no videos during class work time!
    7:45-8:45- Morning Blog sbta2.blogspot.com
    Silent readingnewspapers Use VOC words: contrast, critique, persuade
    8:45- 11 SCIENCE – angie & carlos- earth science alex and blake–econ
    On powerpoint students answer Science questions p. 283 1-21 &p. 285 1-13
    Pass out chapter 11 science studyguide - MUSt BE COMPLETE BY BEFORE 12:30
    WORKBOOK 11-1, 11-2, 11-3, 11-4, 11-5
    10-11 Sex edu
    11:00- 11:30 Lunch
    12:45 Please let Jose p, blake, alexis, richard clean up and go to auto class.
    12:30 GO OVER Science CHAPTER 11 STUDYGUIDE Answers with students
    Ch 11 TEST ON TUESDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • 65. 11:30-1:15 independent workstudents will independently on their class, please help each out
    Rochelle- English
    Alexis- health
    Jose p- essay writing
    Carlos- econ
    Chartzel- alg 2
    Jordy- alg 1b or english book
    Terrysha- health
    Gilbert- yellow English book
    Eliok- yellow English book
    Juan- civics
    Angie- English book
    Richard- geometry
    Joshua- english book
    Blake -econ
    12:45 Please let Jose p, blake, alexis, richard clean up and go to auto class.
  • 66. ALL LUNCHES NEED TO BE THROWN AT BEFORE LEAVING!!!
    Please write down time each student comes in. remember- if they come after 7:55, add their detention time to after school 1:15-1:45
    PLEASE stay until 1:45 with the detention kids
    Before the students leave call out all student s who are not excused for tardiness and assign them one of the following detention duties. If their time is more give them more duties.
    FYI- If students do not want to focus, stay on task and be respectful, they made that choice for themselves. Kindly offer them 3 warnings, and call parent and suspend them!! You are not here to babysit them.
    Detention duties-
    • clean/spray all desks
    • 67. throw trash/newpapers
    • 68. clean microwave/desk
    • 69. throw out lunches
    • 70. organize/fold uniforms in the side cabinets
    • 71. dust/organize books/ shelves.
    • 72. Clean/spray small room
    • 73. Help teacher Richard grade
    • 74. Help teacher richard cut and layer pictures
    • 75. Or finish unfinished work.
  • Friday 3-19-10
    7:45-8:45- Morning Blog sbta2.blogspot.com
    Silent post their summary and reflections
    Silent reading Use VOC words: range, data, compare
    9:00 introduce the NEW WORDS: apply,contract,labor
    Copy, define, make your sentence, adobe photoshop picture with word and sentence
    9:30- 11:15 Art Teacher alexander- stay in classroom and help with art projects.
    Pass out assignment sheet for week 11
    Students MUST finish all work on assignment sheet before leaving at 1:15 or they stay through detention to finish. Check their powerpoints and all workbooks turned into Teacher Richard
    Lunch 11:15- 11:45
    11:45 COLLECT ALL history studyguide --P ASS OUT Us history chapter 2 test
    Any lessons that you didn’t get to or finish throughout the week please complete them with the students after lunch!!
    Must finish all work
  • 76.
  • 77.
  • 78.
  • 79. Week 12
  • 80. Monday 3-22-10
    Absolutely no videos during class work time! Allow students to get their music ready then At 8:05- Lock all students out- if they are late, too bad.
    Unlock computers at 8:30, allowing them to type up morning blog.
    Absolutely no videos during class work time!
    7:45-8:45- Morning Blog sbta2.blogspot.com
    Silent readingnewspapers Use VOC words: apply,contract,labor
    Econ- alex and blake, richard Health- alexis, juan –civics
    8:45-11 Us history
    Read chapter 3 section 1 p. 236
    Answer reading connection& checks
    Section assessment p.242 1-8
    Quiz 3-1
    Assign their Categories on the wall
    11-11:30 Lunch
  • 81. 11:30-1:15 englsih
    As a whole class Read all small and big articles in Scholastic upfront magazine feb 16: after guantanamo, the price of going to class, 21st century pirates, stimulant addiction
    Have a small discussions with class about each of the readings
    Students answer questions in complete sentences
    Unfinished reading and questions need to finished on Thursday or Friday after lunch !!
    12:45 Please let Jose p, blake, alexis, richard clean up and go to auto class.
  • 82. Tuesday 3-23-10
    Absolutely no videos during class work time! Allow students to get their music ready then At 8:05- Lock all students out- if they are late, too bad.
    Unlock computers at 8:30, allowing them to type up morning blog.
    Absolutely no videos during class work time!
    7:45-8:45- Morning Blog sbta2.blogspot.com
    Silent readingnewspapers Use VOC words: apply,contract,labor
    8:45- 11 SCIENCE – angie & carlos- earth science alex and blake–econ
    Pass out Science test chapter 11
    After test Read as a class ch 12-1 p. 287 & 12-2 p.295 & ch 12-3 p. 300
    Answer all check points
    Section assessment p. 294 1-5 and p. 299 p. 306 1-5
    Answer WORKBOOK 12-1 & 12-2, 12-3
    11-11:30 Lunch
    12:45 Please let Jose p, blake, alexis, richard clean up and go to auto class.
  • 83. 11:30-1:15 independent workstudents will independently on their class, please help each out
    Rochelle- English
    Alexis- health
    Jose p- essay writing
    Carlos- econ
    Chartzel- alg 2
    Jordy- alg 1b or english book
    Terrysha- health
    Gilbert- yellow English book
    Eliok- yellow English book
    Juan- civics
    Angie- English book
    Richard- geometry
    Joshua- english book
    Blake -econ
    12:45 Please let Jose p, blake, alexis, richard clean up and go to auto class.
  • 84. ALL LUNCHES NEED TO BE THROWN AT BEFORE LEAVING!!!
    Please write down time each student comes in. remember- if they come after 7:55, add their detention time to after school 1:15-1:45
    PLEASE stay until 1:45 with the detention kids
    Before the students leave call out all student s who are not excused for tardiness and assign them one of the following detention duties. If their time is more give them more duties.
    FYI- If students do not want to focus, stay on task and be respectful, they made that choice for themselves. Kindly offer them 3 warnings, and call parent and suspend them!! You are not here to babysit them.
    Detention duties-
    • clean/spray all desks
    • 85. throw trash/newpapers
    • 86. clean microwave/desk
    • 87. throw out lunches
    • 88. organize/fold uniforms in the side cabinets
    • 89. dust/organize books/ shelves.
    • 90. Clean/spray small room
    • 91. Help teacher Richard grade
    • 92. Help teacher richard cut and layer pictures
    • 93. Or finish unfinished work.
  • Wed 3-24-10
    Absolutely no videos during class work time! Allow students to get their music ready then At 8:05- Lock all students out- if they are late, too bad.
    Unlock computers at 8:30, allowing them to type up morning blog.
    Absolutely no videos during class work time!
    7:45-8:45- Morning Blog sbta2.blogspot.com
    Silent readingnewspapers Use VOC words: apply,contract,labor
    Econ- alex and blake, richard Health- alexis, juan –civics
    8:45-11 Us history
    categories on wall powerpoint
    Read chapter 3 section 2 p. 243
    Answer reading connection& checks
    Section assessment p.251 1-8
    Quiz 3-2
    Assign Categories on the wall
    11-11:30 Lunch
  • 94. 11:30-1:15 englsih
    11:30-11:45
    Please have students sit in a circle in the back for poetry
    After reading poetry have all students type up poem
    11:45- 1:15 As a whole class Read all small and big articles in Scholastic upfront magazine may 4 and the big articles: Washington wordplay, uneasy neighbor, a is for ipod,
    Have a small discussions with class about each of the readings
    Students answer questions in complete sentences
    12:45 Please let Jose p, blake, alexis, richard clean up and go to auto class.
  • 95. THE U.S & MEXICO: UNEASY NEIGHBORSeach question should be answered in 3-5 sentences
    1.     When Americans talk about the border with Mexico, they often focus on Mexicans trying to enter the U.S. illegally.  But the border-control problems go both ways. What do you think?2.      What responsibilities does each nation have in addressing the drug trade?3.      How do Mexico and the U.S. depend on each other economically?  Do the benefits of the relationship outweigh the negatives?  Why or why not?4.      How do you think the recession is affecting how people in Mexico and the U.S. feel about each other?5.      Support or refute:  illegal immigrants from Mexico play a vital role in the U.S. economy because many take jobs that Americans don’t want.6. How have the Mexican drug cartel used their wealth to stay out of reach of the authorities?  What does that say about the scale of the problem?7.    What do trade agreements like NAFTA promise to countries that participate in them?  How successful has NAFTA been for Mexico> for the U.S.?8.      What do you think of President Obama’s plans to work for a path to U.S. citizenship for millions of illegal immigrants from Mexico?9.      Would it help the illegal-immigration problem?  Is it fair to immigrants who have entered the United States legally?10.  Do you think Mexico’s government would prefer a more open, or less open, border with the U.S.? Explain.11.  How do you think the Mexicans feel about the Mexican-American war?  Do you think they still think much about it? Explain.
  • 96. Thursday 3-25-10
    Absolutely no videos during class work time! Allow students to get their music ready then At 8:05- Lock all students out- if they are late, too bad.
    Unlock computers at 8:30, allowing them to type up morning blog.
    Absolutely no videos during class work time!
    7:45-8:45- Morning Blog sbta2.blogspot.com
    Silent readingnewspapers Use VOC words: apply,contract,labor
    8:45- 11 SCIENCE – angie & carlos- earth science alex and blake–econ
    Read as a class 12-4 p.307 & 12- 5 p.309
    Answer all check points
    Section assessment and p. 312 & 312
    Answer WORKBOOK 12-2 & 12-3 12-3, 12-4 ,12-5
    10-11 Sex edu
    Answer Question p.315 1-25 all
    11-11:30 Lunch
    12:45 Please let Jose p, blake, alexis, richard clean up and go to auto class.
  • 97. 11:30-1:15 independent workstudents will independently on their class, please help each out
    Rochelle- English
    Alexis- health
    Jose p- essay writing
    Carlos- econ
    Chartzel- alg 2
    Jordy- alg 1b or english book
    Terrysha- health
    Gilbert- yellow English book
    Eliok- yellow English book
    Juan- civics
    Angie- English book
    Richard- geometry
    Joshua- english book
    Blake -econ
    12:45 Please let Jose p, blake, alexis, richard clean up and go to auto class.
  • 98. Friday
    7:45-8:45- Morning Blog sbta2.blogspot.com
    Silent post their summary and reflectionsapply,contract,laborrange, data, compare
    9:00 introduce the NEW WORDS: Legal, legislate, policy
    Copy, define, make your sentence, adobe photoshop picture with word and sentence
    9:30- 11:15 Art Teacher alexander- stay in classroom and help with art projects.
    Pass out assignment sheet for week 12
    Students MUST finish all work on assignment sheet before leaving at 1:15 or they stay through detention to finish. Check their powerpoints and all workbooks turned into Teacher Richard
    Lunch 11:15- 11:45
    11:45 COLLECT ALL history studyguide --P ASS OUT Us history chapter 2 test
    Any lessons that you didn’t get to or finish throughout the week please complete them with the students after lunch!!
    Must finish all work
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  • 102. 11:30-1:15 englsih
    As a whole class Read all small and big articles in Scholastic upfront magazine may 4: what we eat, honey I’m experimenting on the kids, Is it a show or commercial?, Why it still matters
    Unfinished reading and questions need to finished on Thursday or Friday after lunch !!
    Have a small discussions with class about each of the readings
    Students answer questions in complete sentences
    12:45 Please let Jose p, blake, alexis, richard clean up and go to auto class.
  • 103. WORLD WAR I: WHY IT STILL MATTERS3-4 sentences for each
    1.      After World War I, Britain and France redrew the borders of the Middle East, largely ignoring ethnic and religious distinctions.2.      Why do you think they failed to take those things into account?  What were the consequences?3.      What might the Middle East look like today if the allies had paid attention to such consideration? Would there be less conflict?4.      Support or refute:  The League of Nations would have been more successful if the U.S. had joined.5.      What is nationalism?  How did the treaty of Versailles unintentionally end up stoking nationalist sentiments in many places around the world?6.      What lessons can be learned from the aftermath of World War I?  Are world leaders applying those lessons today?7.      Why might Russia try to reassert its influence in former Soviet republics and Eastern Europe?  Why would that raise tensions with the U.S. and its European allies?8.      Given modern Iraq’s history, do you think Sunnis, Shiites, and Kurds can live as one nation after U.S. troops leave?  Why or why not? Are there any alternatives?9.      Why does President Obama consider Turkey a good place to start dialogue with the Muslim world?  What do you think he hopes to accomplish?Drastically
  • 104. IS IT A SHOW OR A COMMERCIAL?3-4 sentences each
    1.      What type of ads (television, radio, prints, online etc.) do you encounter most?  Which do you pay attention to and which do you tend to ignore? Give me 2 examples2.      What are some of your favorite ads?  What tactics do they use that make them memorable?3.      What are the differences and similarities between a product placement ad and a traditional TV ad?4.      Do you think seeing a product being used by a character on a TV show or in a movie affects consumers differently than commercial? Explain.5.      Support or refuge:  product placements are less intrusive than regular commercials.6.      Do you think there’s a problem with advertisers helping to shape scripts and plots? Why or why not?7.      What potential conflict of interest could be created by product placement on news programs? Give an example.8.      Why does reality TV seem to lend itself more naturally to product placement than scripted TV?9.      Why are TV advertisers trying to find new ways to reach consumers? Do you watch the commercials on TV?
  • 105. WHAT WE EAT3-4 sentence each.
    1.      How many items are whole foods (Whole grains, fruits, vegetables, etc.)?  Processes foods?  Junk food?2.      What does this quick snapshot of their diets say about America’s lifestyle and culture today?3.      Look carefully at the photos in this article.  What can you learn about each family’s country, its culture, its climate, and its economy from their food choices?4.      What nutrition-related benefits and detriments might these parents experience from their diets?5.      Support or refuge: Food manufacturers have a social responsibility to make healthier foods due to the problems caused by poor nutrition.6.      How has globalization changed the way people are eating around the world?7.      What is happening in the developing world that is causing people there to eat in ways that might make them less healthy?8.      How does your diet compare to the American family shown in the article?9.      Of those in the photographs shown, which diets are most and least like yours?  How might your food choices indicate other differences in your lives?10.  Why are cooking methods and food preservation included beneath the photos?  How do they relate to the amount of money spent on food and the types of food and meals eaten?

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