ELearning 11/12/19

Extended ELearning Day 4/22/20



    Don't forget your Google Meet One on One Check-In today! Your time is found on the Google Doc shared on Google Classroom! Code-family


    Morning Message  https://youtu.be/MUNoA-8JnNs


    Media Literacy- CNN 10 Student News

    I can....integrate information presented in different media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively, verbally) to demonstrate a coherent understanding of a topic or issue.  

    Lesson Description

    1. Watch the link for CNN 10 on Google Classroom. No need to take notes since we won't have a quiz this week.

     Reading- Fiction

    Novel Study- The Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963 Google Slide Book Review   https://youtu.be/nErhz6d2iRU

    I can.....describe two or more characters, settings, or events in a story or play, drawing on specific details in the text, and how they impact the plot. 

    Lesson Description

     1. Open your copy of the Watsons Go to Birmingham- 1963 Google Slide Book Review.
    2. Use your novel to help you complete all eight slides on the Watsons Go to Birmingham- 1963 Google Slide Book Review. Don't forget to submit when finished.
    3. Work to be turned in for a grade: Watsons Go to Birmingham- 1963 Google Slide Book Review
    4. Due: Today, April 22.





    I can......use narrative techniques, such as dialogue, description, and pacing to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.

    Lesson Description-  https://youtu.be/FZWXQDOLeow

    1. Read over your Intolerance Log. How do you think it would have felt if you were a white child living during this time?  How do you think it would have felt if you were an African American child living during this time? Write your responses on the Personal Narrative Brainstorm sheet sent home in the Cyberguide.

    2. You will be writing a personal narrative from the point of view of a child living during the Civil Rights Movement. Complete the rest of the Personal Narrative Brainstorm sheet. Decide if you will be writing the narrative through the eyes of a white or African American child and list 3-5 actions or events you may have experienced during that time period.

    3. Use your Personal Narrative Brainstorm sheet to write a personal narrative about your life as a child during the Civil Rights Movement. Be sure to include the events you experienced, and how those events made you feel.

    4. The personal narrative must include: background information about yourself and your family, at least 3 events you have experienced and how those events affected you, and be at minimum five paragraphs.

    5. Work to be submitted for a grade: Civil Rights Movement Personal Narrative- Due Today, April 22 



     Math- IReady Pathways


    All Math Groups

    I can..... review grade-level math standards.

    1. Log into IReady math lessons and complete 30 minutes.

    2. Play math games. See if you can find a site to share with the class at our next Google Meet!