e-Learning Day

eLearning Day Agenda

  • E-Learning- 12/9/2019

    English Language Arts

     

    *Always check our Google Classroom page and look for assignments under the topic "E-Learning" with the day's date. *


    First and Fourth Block ELA Lesson Details

    Lesson Goals:

    I can...cite the textual evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what a text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.

    I can...analyze the development of a central idea over the course of a text, including its relationship to supporting ideas; provide a detailed, objective summary of the text.

    I can...analyze how a text makes connections and distinctions among individuals, events, and ideas.

    Standard: 

    8.RN.2.1, 8.RN.2.2, 8.RN.2.3


    1. Go to Google Classroom.

    2. Click the “classwork” tab on the top bar.

    3. Locate the E-Learning topic section and find the assignment for today (12/9/2019).

    4. Open the Google Doc titled "E-Learning 12/9/2019. 

    5. This link will take you to CommonLit.org.

    6. If you are new to CommonLit, Click the "Log in with Clever" button and proceed to log in with Clever.

    7. A page may prompt you to "Update your account." Please type in your school password on each line and proceed to log in. 
    8. When you have logged in, you need to go to "My Assignments" and locate the Michael Jordan article. 

    9. Your assignment is to read the article (you can also have it read to you by clicking the blue "Read Aloud" button) and answer the questions on the side. When you are done, submit it! Be sure to answer the questions in complete sentences! 

    10. Enjoy your E-Learning day! 


    Advanced Fifth Block ELA Lesson Details: 

    Lesson Goals:

    I can...cite the textual evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what a text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.

    I can...analyze the development of a central idea over the course of a text, including its relationship to supporting ideas; provide a detailed, objective summary of the text.

    I can...analyze how a text makes connections and distinctions among individuals, events, and ideas.

    I can..analyze in detail the structure of a specific paragraph in a text, including the role of particular sentences in developing and refining a key concept.

    I can...determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a nonfiction text, including figurative, connotative, and technical meanings; analyze the impact of specific word choices on meaning and tone, including analogies or allusions to other texts.

    Standard: 

    8.RN.2.1, 8.RN.2.2, 8.RN.2.3, 8.RN.3.2, 8.RV.3.2


    1. Go to Google Classroom.

    2. Click the “classwork” tab on the top bar.

    3. Locate the E-Learning topic section and find the assignment for today (12/9/2019).

    4. Open the Google Doc titled "E-Learning 12/9/2019. 

    5. This link will take you to CommonLit.org.

    6. If you are new to CommonLit, Click the "Log in with Clever" button and proceed to log in with Clever.

    7. A page may prompt you to "Update your account." Please type in your school password on each line and proceed to log in. 
    8. When you have logged in, you need to go to "My Assignments" and locate the "More Facebook Friends, Less Real Ones" article. This has a direct correlation with Fahrenheit 451. This is what the world in 2053 seems to be like. 

    9. Your assignment is to read the article (you can also have it read to you by clicking the blue "Read Aloud" button) and answer the questions on the side. When you are done, submit it! Be sure to answer the questions in complete sentences! 

    10. Enjoy your E-Learning day! 


     

    TURN IN:

     

    *Turn in the assignment labeled “E-Learning 12/9/2019” after above steps are completed. 

    *If you do not hit the turn in button with your completed work, you will be counted absent for today.

    *Do NOT  forget to hit the "Turn In" button on Google Classroom

     

    Please EMAIL Mrs. Foltz and Mrs. Hekter for any questions on your assignments! 

    If you are in a class with Mrs. Hekter as the teacher, please check her page as well!