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March 9/10, 2016 (73X)

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March 9/10, 2016 (73X)

  1. 1. All but one of the countries listed have flags which are red and white. Which does not? A. Canada B. Japan C. Bangladesh D. Switzerland E. Austria
  2. 2.  Analyze The Other Wes Moore pages 126-end  Demonstrate an understanding of “And Yet”  Revise Essay #2 A. I could teach this objective to the class! B. I have a pretty good grasp of this one. C. I’m not completely comfortable with this one. D. I don’t really understand this one. E. I don’t understand this one at all.
  3. 3.  You have one hour in your groups  Begin with the summary  Discussion director is the leader for this meeting  He or she decides who goes next  Each role should take four or five minutes  Then, the discussion director should keep the discussion going for the rest of the hour
  4. 4. Artists—turn in your work with your name, group color, and date on the back
  5. 5. Remember, these evaluations are confidential! Today is March 9, 2016
  6. 6.  Take out your phones  Yes, you read that correctly!  If you do not have a phone, share with someone else.  Go to https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1950137/ Four-Tendencies-January-2015 or Google “Gretchen Rubin Four Tendencies Quiz” and go to the first link  Take the quiz  Write down your result in your composition book
  7. 7. Do you agree with your results? Why or why not? 8:007:307:006:306:005:305:004:304:003:303:002:302:001:301:00:30:00
  8. 8. You need to explain beneath your assignment or on a separate sheet of paper what I should grade you on
  9. 9.  Pack up all of your things EXCEPT  Highlighters  Pen or pencil  iClicker  Put the rest of your belongings in the back or on the single-desk row  Fill every spot in the front rows (not the single- desk row)  Listen to me for the next instruction
  10. 10.  Look at the first body paragraph in the essay in front of you (NOT THE INTRODUCTION!)  Put a box around it and put your student ID number next to the box  Focus on that paragraph only  You are looking at the ideas (not necessarily the words)  If there aren’t any that fit—don’t highlight or underline! Don’t force it!
  11. 11. 1. Highlight the ideas that the author makes clear came from Daniel Pink in ORANGE 2. Highlight the ideas that the author makes clear came from someone else (Carol Dweck, a TED Talk speaker, etc.) in any color EXCEPT ORANGE or YELLOW 3. Highlight the ideas that clearly came from the author (the student who wrote the paper) in YELLOW 4. Underline places it is unclear where the idea came from
  12. 12.  Move to the left  Look at the second body paragraph in the essay in front of you  Put a box around it and put your student ID number next to the box  Focus on that paragraph only  You are looking at the ideas (not necessarily the words)  If there aren’t any that fit—don’t highlight or underline! Don’t force it!
  13. 13. 1. Highlight the ideas that the author makes clear came from Daniel Pink in ORANGE 2. Highlight the ideas that the author makes clear came from someone else (Carol Dweck, a TED Talk speaker, etc.) in any color EXCEPT ORANGE or YELLOW 3. Highlight the ideas that clearly came from the author (the student who wrote the paper) in YELLOW 4. Underline places it is unclear where the idea came from 5. If you worked on the last body paragraph of the essay, raise your hand
  14. 14.  Move to the left  Look at the third body paragraph in the essay in front of you  Put a box around it and put your student ID number next to the box  Focus on that paragraph only  You are looking at the ideas (not necessarily the words)  If there aren’t any that fit—don’t highlight or underline! Don’t force it!
  15. 15. 1. Highlight the ideas that the author makes clear came from Daniel Pink in ORANGE 2. Highlight the ideas that the author makes clear came from someone else (Carol Dweck, a TED Talk speaker, etc.) in any color EXCEPT ORANGE or YELLOW 3. Highlight the ideas that clearly came from the author (the student who wrote the paper) in YELLOW 4. Underline places it is unclear where the idea came from 5. If you worked on the last body paragraph of the essay, raise your hand
  16. 16.  Move to the left  Look at the fourth body paragraph in the essay in front of you  Put a box around it and put your student ID number next to the box  Focus on that paragraph only  You are looking at the ideas (not necessarily the words)  If there aren’t any that fit—don’t highlight or underline! Don’t force it!
  17. 17. 1. Highlight the ideas that the author makes clear came from Daniel Pink in ORANGE 2. Highlight the ideas that the author makes clear came from someone else (Carol Dweck, a TED Talk speaker, etc.) in any color EXCEPT ORANGE or YELLOW 3. Highlight the ideas that clearly came from the author (the student who wrote the paper) in YELLOW 4. Underline places it is unclear where the idea came from 5. If you worked on the last body paragraph of the essay, raise your hand
  18. 18.  Move to the left  Look at the fifth body paragraph in the essay in front of you  Put a box around it and put your student ID number next to the box  Focus on that paragraph only  You are looking at the ideas (not necessarily the words)  If there aren’t any that fit—don’t highlight or underline! Don’t force it!
  19. 19.  Analyze The Other Wes Moore pages 126-end  Demonstrate an understanding of “And Yet”  Revise Essay #2 A. Yes, completely B. Mostly C. Sort of D. Not really E. Not at all (I’m lost!)
  20. 20. Due Thursday, March 10, at 11:55 p.m.:  Post to the weekly discussion Due Sunday, March 13, at 11:55 p.m.:  Essay #2 final draft due to Turnitin  Weekly response assignment due to Turnitin  Respond to at least two students in the weekly discussion on Moodle Due Monday/Tuesday, March 14/15, in class:  Reading Art Project for The Other Wes Moore Due Monday/Tuesday, March 14/15, at 11:55 p.m.:  Reading Art Project written portion is due to Turnitin Working on:  Revision of Essay#2 and taking your second draft to a PASS leader, Writing Mentor, or an instructor in the Learning Center  Second office visit with one or two questions or concerns

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