4th Grade ELA 2022-2023 Assignments

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Section 8 Quiz in Google Classroom

Section 8 Quiz

Today we will take our Section 8 Quiz.  
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, January 27 11:03 AM

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Study Guide for Section 8 Quiz in Google Classroom

Study Guide for Section 8 Quiz

You will complete the study Guide for Section 8 and we will take a test on it tomorrow. 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, January 26 9:57 AM

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American Revolution, Lesson 29: Determine a main idea and summarize
 in Google Classroom

American Revolution, Lesson 29: Determine a main idea and summarize

Today we will:
Continue to explore the concept of finding “common ground” despite differences in opinions or perspectives.


You will need:
A copy of Those Rebels, John and Tom by Barbara Kerley
The summary template handout
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, January 25 8:35 AM

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American Revolution, Lesson 28: Build academic vocabulary in Google Classroom

American Revolution, Lesson 28: Build academic vocabulary

Today we will:
Analyze vocabulary to determine the opinions and perspectives of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson..


You will need:
Those Rebels, John and Tom by Barbara Kerley
Your H-chart
Your vocabulary chart
Your written response
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, January 24 8:24 AM

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American Revolution, Lesson 27:  Those Rebels, John and Tom in Google Classroom

American Revolution, Lesson 27: Those Rebels, John and Tom

Today we will:
Read Those Rebels, John and Tom to continue to explore the concept of finding “common ground” despite differences in opinions or perspectives.


You will need:
Those Rebels, John and Tom by Barbara Kerley
Your American Revolution timeline
The H-chart handout
Notebook paper
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, January 24 8:24 AM

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American Revolution, Lesson 26: End of the war in Google Classroom

American Revolution, Lesson 26: End of the war

Today we will:
Read pages 68-75 of ...If You Lived at the Time of the American Revolution and pages 50-53 of George vs. George.
Learn about the end of the Revolutionary War and its impact on people on both sides of the conflict.


You will need:
...If You Lived at the Time of the American Revolution by Kay Moore
Your American Revolution timeline
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, January 20 10:22 AM

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Bell Ringer, 1/20/23 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 1/20/23

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, January 20 10:22 AM

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Bell Ringer, 1/19/23 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 1/19/23

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, January 19 9:18 AM

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American Revolution, Lesson 24: Determine a theme in Google Classroom

American Revolution, Lesson 24: Determine a theme

Today we will:
Engage in various class discussions to determine a theme of Katie’s Trunk.


You will need:
Katie’s Trunk by Ann Turner
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, January 19 9:18 AM

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Bell Ringer, 1/18/23 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 1/18/23

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, January 18 2:19 PM

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The American Revolution, Lesson 23: Katie’s Trunk in Google Classroom

The American Revolution, Lesson 23: Katie’s Trunk

Today we will:
Learn how historical fiction tells a story based on facts.
Read Katie’s Trunk by Ann Turner to understand how the Revolutionary War impacted the Loyalists.


You will need:
Katie’s Trunk by Ann Turner
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, January 18 2:19 PM

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Bell Ringer, 1/17/23 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 1/17/23

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, January 17 11:49 AM

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American Revolution, Lesson 20: Compare two different versions of Paul Revere’s ride in Google Classroom

American Revolution, Lesson 20: Compare two different versions of Paul Revere’s ride

Today we will…
Consider how three texts provide us with similar and different information about the same event, Paul Revere’s ride.
Use that information to begin writing a response about Paul Revere.


You will need:
And Then What Happened, Paul Revere by Jean Fritz
“Paul Revere’s Ride” by  Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Liberty!  by Lucille Recht Penner
Your reading log
Your evidence chart (Lesson 16)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, January 17 11:49 AM

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Bell Ringer, 1.12.23 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 1.12.23

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, January 12 1:45 PM

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Bell Ringer, 1/13/23 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 1/13/23

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, January 13 8:12 AM

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The American Revolution, Lesson 19-Practice Cold Read Task in Google Classroom

The American Revolution, Lesson 19-Practice Cold Read Task

Today we will:
Assess our ability to read, understand, and express our understanding of a complex text about the American Revolution.


You will need:
“One if by Land, Two if by Sea” from Liberty! by Lucille Recht Penner
The practice cold-read task items
The practice cold-read task answer sheet
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, January 11 1:10 PM

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Bell Ringer, 1.11.23 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 1.11.23

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, January 11 1:10 PM

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Bell Ringer 1.10. 23 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer 1.10. 23

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, January 10 10:27 AM

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The American Revolution, Lesson 18: Analyze a poem in Google Classroom

The American Revolution, Lesson 18: Analyze a poem

Today we will:
Analyze the language and details of “Paul Revere’s Ride” to determine a theme.
Compare information provided by “Paul Revere’s Ride” and “One if by Land, Two if by Sea” from Liberty! to gain another perspective of the events on April 18, 1775.


You will need:
“Paul Revere’s Ride” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Liberty! by Lucille Recht Penner
Your partially completed evidence chart
Two different colored highlighters or markers
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, January 10 10:27 AM

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Bell Ringer, January 9 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, January 9

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, January 9 10:35 AM

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The American Revolution, Lesson 17: Paul Revere’s Ride in Google Classroom

The American Revolution, Lesson 17: Paul Revere’s Ride

Today we will:
Read “Paul Revere’s Ride” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow to get a different perspective of the events of April 18, 1775.
Summarize the poem.


You will need:
“Paul Revere’s Ride” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The summary of Paul Revere’s ride handout (page 113 in workbook)
Colored pencils or markers
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, January 9 10:35 AM

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American Revolution, Lesson 16: “And Then What Happened, Paul Revere?” in Google Classroom

American Revolution, Lesson 16: “And Then What Happened, Paul Revere?”

Today we will:
Read portions of And Then What Happened, Paul Revere? by Jean Fritz to learn about Paul Revere and his role in the American Revolution.


You will need:
And Then What Happened, Paul Revere? by Jean Fritz
The jigsaw directions
The evidence chart
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, January 5 1:45 PM

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Bell Ringer, January 6, 2023 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, January 6, 2023

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, January 6 8:50 AM

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Bell Ringer. January 5, 2023 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer. January 5, 2023

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, January 5 7:50 AM

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Context Clues and Reading Comprehension in Google Classroom

Context Clues and Reading Comprehension

Work through the activities attached to this lesson.  
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, December 14 8:19 AM

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Study Island in Google Classroom

Study Island

Login to Clever and click on Study Island.  Go to Language Arts 4, and click on the assignment that says 4th Grade Midterm.  You can take it as many times as you want until you get the grade you want. 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, December 13 1:33 PM

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American Revolution Section 2-3 Quiz in Google Classroom

American Revolution Section 2-3 Quiz

Log into Clever, click on ilc, Language Arts 4.  The Section 2-3 Quiz is now open. 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, December 13 1:33 PM

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Common Lit Assignment in Google Classroom

Common Lit Assignment

Log in and complete the assignment. 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, December 9 12:45 PM

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The American Revolution, Section 2-3 Quiz Study Guide in Google Classroom

The American Revolution, Section 2-3 Quiz Study Guide

We will complete the study guide for the quiz on Section 2 and 3.  Test will take place on Monday.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, December 9 12:45 PM

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If you could have 5 gifts delivered to your door, right now, what  would they be? in Google Classroom

If you could have 5 gifts delivered to your door, right now, what would they be?

This is for 10 EXTRA POINTS! Santa made me do it!!
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, December 9 6:44 PM

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The American Revolution, Lesson 12: Work collaboratively to edit writing
 in Google Classroom

The American Revolution, Lesson 12: Work collaboratively to edit writing

Today we will:
Use the knowledge we’ve gained from texts to write a paragraph in response to the question: Which side, Loyalist or Patriot, had the best argument in the American Revolution?


You will need:
Your evidence chart
Your main idea sentences handout
Your reading log
A green, yellow, and blue highlighter
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, December 6 7:32 AM

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ReadWorks: Robin in the Woods in Google Classroom

ReadWorks: Robin in the Woods

Please click the link to go to this assignment.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, December 7 1:24 PM

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The American Revolution, Lesson 11: Write an opinion paragraph in Google Classroom

The American Revolution, Lesson 11: Write an opinion paragraph

Today we will:
Use the knowledge we’ve gained from texts to develop an opinion about which side of the conflict had the best argument.


You will need:
Liberty! by Lucille Recht Penner and ...If You Lived at the Time of the American Revolution by Kay Moore
Your notes, index card timeline, and reading log
The evidence chart
The main idea sentences handout
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, December 2 1:50 PM

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American Revolution Project in Google Classroom

American Revolution Project

See attachment.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, November 16 1:29 PM

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The American Revolution, Lesson 10: Understand each side of the conflict in Google Classroom

The American Revolution, Lesson 10: Understand each side of the conflict

Today we will:
Continue to read about each side of the conflict and the events that led to the Revolutionary War.


You will need:
Your reading log

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, December 1 7:37 AM

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The American Revolution, Lesson 9: Summarize a text using academic vocabulary in Google Classroom

The American Revolution, Lesson 9: Summarize a text using academic vocabulary

Today we will:
Read about both sides of the conflict and events which led to the Revolutionary War.
Learn terminology important to the American Revolution and summarize the events of the revolution using that terminology.


You will need:
Your three-column chart
Your post-reading questions
Your vocabulary chart (pages 83-84)
Your reading log
Your conversation stems
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, November 29 8:02 PM

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The American Revolution, Lesson 8: “George vs. George” in Google Classroom

The American Revolution, Lesson 8: “George vs. George”

Today we will:
Read about King George and the British during the American Revolution.
Explain why the British were concerned about the uprising in America.  


You will need:
Your three-column chart (page 99)
Your post-reading questions (page 100)
Your vocabulary chart (page 81-82)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, November 28 2:32 PM

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Studies Weekly Assignment in Google Classroom

Studies Weekly Assignment

Log in through Clever to access this assignment.  
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, November 18 12:24 PM

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The American Revolution, Lesson 7: Learn about Patriots and Loyalists in Google Classroom

The American Revolution, Lesson 7: Learn about Patriots and Loyalists

Today we will:
Read sections five through ten of ...If You Lived at the Time of the American Revolution by Kay Moore to learn about each side of the conflict in the American Revolution.


You will need:
...If You Lived at the Time of the American Revolution by Kay Moore
The three-column chart (page 99 in your workbook)
The post-reading questions (page 100 in your workbook)
Your American Revolution timeline (page 94 in you workbook)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, November 16 1:29 PM

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Quiz 1 Study Guide in Google Classroom

Quiz 1 Study Guide

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, November 14 2:37 PM

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The American Revolution, Lesson 4: Integrate information from two sources in Google Classroom

The American Revolution, Lesson 4: Integrate information from two sources

Today we will:
Reread the first five sections of ...If You Lived at the Time of the American Revolution by Kay Moore.
Gather information about events leading to the American Revolution.


You will need:
...If You Lived at the Time of the American Revolution by Kay Moore
...If You Lived split-page notes handout (page 96)
Your Liberty! split-page notes (page 93)
Your American Revolution timeline (page 94)
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, November 15 9:00 AM

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The American Revolution, Lesson 3: Lesson 3: Identify each side of the conflict in Google Classroom

The American Revolution, Lesson 3: Lesson 3: Identify each side of the conflict

First, we will finish up Lesson 2 from yesterday. **We will go over the Section 1 Quiz for "The American Revolution". **

Today we will:
Read the first five sections of ...If You Lived at the Time of the American Revolution by Kay Moore.
Explain how the colonists felt based on illustrations


You will need:
...If You Lived at the Time of the American Revolution by Kay Moore
Your vocabulary chart
Your reading log
The conversation stems handout
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, November 14 8:39 AM

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The American Revolution, Lesson 2: “Liberty! How the Revolutionary War Began” in Google Classroom

The American Revolution, Lesson 2: “Liberty! How the Revolutionary War Began”

Today we will:
Read pages 2-9 of Liberty! by Lucille Recht Penner to discover how feelings toward the British changed following the French and Indian War.
Summarize the initial events of the American Revolution.


You will need:
Liberty! by Lucille Recht Penner
The American Revolution timeline
The Liberty! split-page notes handout (page 93 in your workbook)

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, November 9 1:21 PM

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Study Island Assignments in Google Classroom

Study Island Assignments

You have 3 assignments in Study Island to complete, on nouns.  They are all for a grade.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, November 7 12:12 PM

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The French and Indian War in Google Classroom

The French and Indian War

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Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, November 7 12:12 PM

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The American Revolution, Lesson 1: Introduction in Google Classroom

The American Revolution, Lesson 1: Introduction

Today we will:
Examine the cover art of ...If You Lived at the Time of the American Revolution by Kay Moore.
Read pages 2-5 of Liberty!: How the Revolutionary War Began by Lucille Recht Penner.



You will need:
...If You Lived at the Time of the American Revolution by Kay Moore and Liberty! by Lucille Recht Penner
The image analysis handout (page 92 in your workbook)


HOMEWORK:
Complete your vocabulary chart on pages 76-78 for the following words:
liberty
subjects
opportunity
ally
possession
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, November 4 12:39 PM

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Writing Task... in Google Classroom

Writing Task...

You will type your 3 paragraph essay on the attached document for a grade.  You should be answering the question: "How has Jemmy, Prince Brat and their relationship changed over the course of the book?  What is the theme?"
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, November 1 10:41 AM

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Common Lit in Google Classroom

Common Lit

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, October 31 11:01 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 36: Culminating Writing Task
First Draft in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 36: Culminating Writing Task First Draft

Today we will:
Write our first draft of the Culminating Writing Task.


You will need:
Copy of The Whipping Boy
All unit notetakers
Reading log
Socratic seminar discussion organizer handout and discussion notes (page 41 in workbook)
Copy of the culminating writing task and first draft paper
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, October 26 12:54 PM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 33: Determining Theme in a Text in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 33: Determining Theme in a Text

Today we will:
Determine the theme of texts.


You will need:
Finding theme practice chart handout
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, October 24 12:21 PM

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The Whipping Boy, Section 7 Quiz in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Section 7 Quiz

Today we will take our Section 7 Quiz in ilc. 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, October 21 9:16 AM

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Completed Study Guide Section 7 in Google Classroom

Completed Study Guide Section 7

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, October 21 2:57 PM

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The Whipping Boy, Section 7 Quiz Study Guide in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Section 7 Quiz Study Guide

Today we will create a study guide for Section 7.  The Quiz will take place tomorrow. 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, October 20 10:22 AM

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Lesson 32: The Whipping Boy Chapters 19 and 20
End of Book Character Analysis in Google Classroom

Lesson 32: The Whipping Boy Chapters 19 and 20 End of Book Character Analysis

Today we will:
Read Chapters 19 and 20 of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman.
Describe characters in depth based on their thoughts, actions, words, feelings and what other characters say and think about them.


You will need:
Copy of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
Chapter 19 and 20 TDQ notetaker handouts (pages 38-39 in your workbook)
Index cards
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, October 20 10:22 AM

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Lesson 31: The Whipping Boy Chapter 17 and 18
Understanding Changing Relationships in Google Classroom

Lesson 31: The Whipping Boy Chapter 17 and 18 Understanding Changing Relationships

Today we will:
Read Chapters 17 and 18 of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman.
Discuss characters’ actions and events that have an impact on Prince Brat and Jemmy’s relationship.


You will need:
Copy of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
Chapter 17 and 18 TDQ notetaker handouts (pages 36-37 in your workbook)

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, October 18 1:00 PM

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Completed Section 6 Study Guide.  Quiz on Monday! in Google Classroom

Completed Section 6 Study Guide. Quiz on Monday!

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, October 14 3:01 PM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 30: The Whipping Boy Chapters 15 and 16
Understanding a Turning Point in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 30: The Whipping Boy Chapters 15 and 16 Understanding a Turning Point

Today we will:
Read Chapters 15 and 16 of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman.
Focus on events that impact the relationship of Jemmy and Prince Brat.


You will need:
Copy of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
Chapter 15 and 16 TDQ notetaker handouts (pages 34-35 in your workbooks)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, October 17 9:14 AM

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The Whipping  Boy Study Guide for Section 6 Quiz in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy Study Guide for Section 6 Quiz

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, October 13 10:16 AM

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Study Island Assignments in Google Classroom

Study Island Assignments

Log into Study Island through Clever.  You have 3 assignments to do today.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, October 12 12:11 PM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 28: The Whipping Boy Chapter 14
Character Analysis in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 28: The Whipping Boy Chapter 14 Character Analysis

Today we will:
Read Chapter 14 “In Which is Heard a Voice in the Forest.”
Draw on specific details in the text to describe characters in depth.


You will need:
A copy of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
A blank copy of Jemmy’s character analysis chart (pg. 32-33 in workbook)
A blank copy of Prince Brat’s character analysis chart (pg. 30-31 in workbook)
Your character trait list resource handout (pgs. 13-14 in workbook)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, October 6 11:30 AM

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Bell Ringer, 10/7/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 10/7/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, October 7 11:11 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 29: Cold-Read Task in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 29: Cold-Read Task

Today we will:
Assess our ability to read a text independently and express our understanding.


You will need:
“The Middle Ages: Medieval Castles” by ReadWorks
A copy of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
The cold-read task
The cold-read task answer sheet
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, October 7 11:11 AM

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Bell Ringer, 10/6/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 10/6/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, October 6 11:30 AM

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Bell ringer, 10/5/22 in Google Classroom

Bell ringer, 10/5/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, October 5 12:38 PM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 27: The Whipping Boy Chapters 12-13
Referring to Details from the Text  in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 27: The Whipping Boy Chapters 12-13 Referring to Details from the Text

Today we will:
Read Chapters 12 and 13.
Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.


You will need:
Copy of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
Chapter 12 and 13 TDQ notetaker handouts, page 29 in your workbook



Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, October 5 12:38 PM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 26: The Whipping Boy Chapters 10 and 11
Connecting Text to Visual Presentation in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 26: The Whipping Boy Chapters 10 and 11 Connecting Text to Visual Presentation

Today we will:
Connect the text in the story to the visual presentation by studying the illustrations in Chapter 11 of The Whipping Boy.


You will need:
Copy of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
Text to Visual T-Chart handout (page 28)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, October 4 1:29 PM

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Bell Ringer, 10/4/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 10/4/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, October 4 1:29 PM

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Whipping Boy Section 5 Quiz in Google Classroom

Whipping Boy Section 5 Quiz

https://concordia.ilclassroom.com/assignments/QW53447
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, September 30 8:15 AM

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Bell Ringer, 10/3/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 10/3/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, October 3 9:32 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 25: The Whipping Boy Chapter 9
Using Historical Nonfiction to Better 
Understand Characters in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 25: The Whipping Boy Chapter 9 Using Historical Nonfiction to Better Understand Characters

Today we will:
Read “Trenchers and Other Treats” from The Horrible, Miserable Middle Ages.
Read Chapter 9 “Revealing Jemmy’s Plan to Trick the Villains.”
Use historical nonfiction to better understand Hold-Your-Nose Billy and Cuttwater.


You will need:
Copy of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
Copy of The Horrible, Miserable Middle Ages by Kathy Allen
Chapter 9 TDQ notetaker handout
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, October 3 9:32 AM

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Bell Ringer, 9/30/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/30/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, September 30 8:15 AM

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Bell Ringer, 9/29/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/29/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, September 29 9:31 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Section 5 Quiz Review and Study Guide in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Section 5 Quiz Review and Study Guide

Today we will review for the Section 5 Quiz and create a study guide.  Your quiz will be tomorrow. 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 28 12:23 PM

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Bell Ringer, 9/28/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/28/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 28 12:23 PM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 24: The Whipping Boy Chapter 8
Use Key Details to Summarize in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 24: The Whipping Boy Chapter 8 Use Key Details to Summarize

Log in to Clever, click on ilc.  I have assigned the slides.  If I am not back you may work in a group to complete today's assignment.  Work with the people at your table. 

Today we will:
Review Chapter 7 by creating a sequence of events flowchart and writing a summary using key details from the chapter.
Read Chapter 8, create a sequence of events flowchart, and use key details to write a summary.


You will need:
A copy of the text The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
Chapter 7 and 8 sequence of events handouts (wkbk. pages 25-26)
Reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, September 27 12:16 PM

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Bell Ringer, 9/27/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/27/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, September 27 12:16 PM

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Common Lit Assignment in Google Classroom

Common Lit Assignment

Login to Clever and Click on the Common Lit icon.  Click on the assignment under Reading 4, "They Need Fire!".
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, September 23 12:51 PM

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Bell Ringer, 9/26/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/26/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, September 26 1:40 PM

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Study Island in Google Classroom

Study Island

Log in to your Clever account and click on Study Island/Edmentum.  You have 3 assignments to do today.  If you do not pass the assignment, take it again.  You can do the lesson as many times as you want in order to achieve a high grade.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, September 26 1:40 PM

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Bell Ringer, 9/23/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/23/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, September 23 12:51 PM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 22: The Whipping Boy Chapter 6
Describe Characters and Setting in Depth in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 22: The Whipping Boy Chapter 6 Describe Characters and Setting in Depth

Today we will:
Read Chapter 6 of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman.
Describe the characters and setting of the chapter.


You will need:
a copy of the text The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
Chapter 6 TDQ notetaker handout (work book pages 21-23)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, September 22 10:04 AM

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Bell Ringer, 9/22/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/22/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, September 22 10:04 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 23: The Whipping Boy Chapter 7
Understand the Shift in Power in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 23: The Whipping Boy Chapter 7 Understand the Shift in Power

Today we will:
Read Chapter 7 of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman.
Refer to details and examples from the text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
Describe the shift in power that occurs in this chapter.


You will need:
A copy of the text The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
Chapter 7 TDQ notetaker handout (Workbook page 24)
Reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, September 22 10:04 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 21: The Whipping Boy Chapter 5
Analyzing Dialogue to Understand Characters in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 21: The Whipping Boy Chapter 5 Analyzing Dialogue to Understand Characters

Today we will:
Read Chapter 5 of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman.
Refer to details in the text while explaining what the text says and when drawing inferences.
Understand dialogue to describe characters and events.


You will need:
a copy of the text The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
Chapter 5 TDQ notetaker handout (page 20 in your workbooks)
Reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, September 20 11:00 AM

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Bell Ringer, 9/21/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/21/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 21 12:01 PM

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Bell Ringer, 9/20/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/20/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, September 20 11:00 AM

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Section 4 Quiz  in Google Classroom

Section 4 Quiz

Login to Clever, Click on ILC.  Your quiz is assigned to you there.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, September 20 11:00 AM

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Bell Ringer, 9/19/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/19/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, September 19 8:53 AM

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Study Guide for Section 4 Quiz in Google Classroom

Study Guide for Section 4 Quiz

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, September 19 1:50 PM

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Common Lit in Google Classroom

Common Lit

Login to Clever, then to Common Lit.  Complete your assignments. 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, September 16 9:41 AM

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Bell Ringer, 9/16/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/16/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, September 16 9:41 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 19: Writing to Express Understanding in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 19: Writing to Express Understanding

Today we will:
Use our notes to write an informative response that conveys information clearly.
Introduce a topic clearly.
Link ideas using words and phrases.


You will need:
A copy of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
A copy of “Middle Ages” Knights and Castles  by Will Osborne and Mary Pope Osborne
A copy of  “The Middle Ages” by LDOE
Notes, charts, and organizers from Lessons 1-17
Your writing organizer  handout (page 19 in your workbook)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, September 15 7:50 AM

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Bell Ringer, 9/15/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/15/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, September 15 12:58 PM

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Bell Ringer, 9/14/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/14/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 14 10:56 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 18:  Drawing Evidence to Support Analysis in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 18: Drawing Evidence to Support Analysis

Today we will:
Draw evidence from literary and informational texts to support analysis.
Integrate information from multiple texts on the same topic in order to write about a subject knowledgeably.


You will need:
A copy of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
A copy of “Middle Ages” Knights and Castles by Will Osborne and Mary Pope Osborne
A copy of  “The Middle Ages” by LDOE
Notes, charts, and organizers from lesson one through seventeen.
A blank writing organizer (page 19 in your workbook)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, September 13 12:42 PM

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Bell Ringer, 9/13/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/13/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, September 13 12:42 PM

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Bell Ringer, 9/12/ 22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/12/ 22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, September 12 10:54 AM

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Bell Ringer, 9/9/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/9/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, September 9 1:06 PM

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Bell Ringer, 9/8/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/8/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, September 8 8:38 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 17: The Whipping Boy Chapter 4
Understanding Author’s Word Choice  in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 17: The Whipping Boy Chapter 4 Understanding Author’s Word Choice

Today we will:
Read Chapter 4  of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman.
Determine how the author’s word choice promotes imagery and sets mood when describing in depth the setting of a text.
You will need:
a copy of the text The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
Chapter 4 TDQ Notetaker (page 18 in your workbook)

 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, September 8 2:02 PM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 16: Character Analysis in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 16: Character Analysis

Today we will:
draw on specific details in the text to describe characters in depth.


You will need:
a copy of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
a blank copy of Jemmy’s character analysis chart handout (page 13)
a blank copy of Prince Brat’s character analysis chart handout ( 15-17)
character trait  list  resource handout (page 14)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

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Bell Ringer, 9/7/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/7/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

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Bell Ringer, 9/6/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/6/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 15: The Whipping Boy Chapter 3
Refer to Details to Explain what the Text Says  in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 15: The Whipping Boy Chapter 3 Refer to Details to Explain what the Text Says

Today we will:
Read Chapter 3 of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman.
Refer to details in the text while explaining what the text says explicitly or when drawing inferences from the text.


You will need:
a copy of the text The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
Chapter 3 TDQ Notetaker, page 12
figurative language chart, page 11

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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Bell Ringer, 9/2/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/2/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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Study Island  in Google Classroom

Study Island

Login to your Clever account and Click on Study Island.  You have 2 assignments to do today, "Spelling" and "Syllable Patterns."
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

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ReadWorks: Animals in Art of the Middle Ages in Google Classroom

ReadWorks: Animals in Art of the Middle Ages

Please click the link to go to this assignment.

Class code: SDKT5A
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

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ReadWorks: The Middle Ages: Introduction to the Middle Ages in Google Classroom

ReadWorks: The Middle Ages: Introduction to the Middle Ages

Please click the link to go to this assignment.

If it asks for a class code, the code is : SDKT5A
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

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Bell Ringer, 9/1/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/1/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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Study Island in Google Classroom

Study Island

You have TWO Assignments today in Study Island.  Login to your Clever Account and click on Study Island.  Go to Lang Arts 4 to view your assignments. Complete these today!
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

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Bell Ringer, 8/31/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/31/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 14: Focusing on Figurative Language in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 14: Focusing on Figurative Language

Today we will:
Reread excerpts from Chapters 1 and 2 of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman.
Recognize and explain the meaning of figurative language found within the text.


You will need:
a copy of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
a copy of blank figurative language chart handout (page 11 in your workbook)
your Reading Log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 13: The Whipping Boy, Chapter 2 in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 13: The Whipping Boy, Chapter 2

Today we will:
Read Chapter 2 of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman.
Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown words.
Refer to details and examples from the text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

 You will need:
Copy of the text The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman.
Vocabulary log
Chapter 2 TDQ notetaker handout (Workbook page 10)
Reading log (Workbook page 10)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/30/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/30/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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Bell Ringer, 8/29/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/29/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 12: The Whipping Boy , Chapter 1 in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 12: The Whipping Boy , Chapter 1

Today we will:
Read Chapter 1 of The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman.
Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown words.
Refer to details and examples from the text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
You will need:
Copy of the text The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman.
Vocabulary log handout (add the words cackle, defiant to your list, page 3?)
Chapter 1 TDQ notetaker handout (Page 9 in your workbook)
Reading log (Last question on workbook page 9)

 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

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Bell Ringer, 8/26/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/26/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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Topic presentations in Google Classroom

Topic presentations

Today we will listen as each of our groups present their topic and shows their visual presentation to the class. Good luck! I know you will do FABULOUS!
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 9: Creating a visual presentation in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 9: Creating a visual presentation

Today we will:
Create the visual presentation to share with the class using your index cards, notes, and collected supplies.

 You will need:
Extension task student directions handout
Extension task visual presentation process handout
Extension task presentation rubric
Blank index cards
Collected supplies
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

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Bell Ringer, 8/25/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/25/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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Whipping Boy Section 1 Quiz in Google Classroom

Whipping Boy Section 1 Quiz

https://concordia.ilclassroom.com/assignments/K22J837
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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Whipping Boy Section 1 Quiz in Google Classroom

Whipping Boy Section 1 Quiz

https://concordia.ilclassroom.com/assignments/V5ZQ536
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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Bell Ringer 8/24/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer 8/24/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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Bell Ringer, 8/23/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/23/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 7: Developing questions for research in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 7: Developing questions for research

Today we will:
Continue researching our topic
Record researched information on index cards to use during presentation creation


You will need:
Extension task student directions handout
Extension task visual presentation process handout
Extension task presentation rubric
Blank index cards
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/22/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/22/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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Bell Ringer, 8/19/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/19/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 6: Gathering research sources for a visual presentation in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 6: Gathering research sources for a visual presentation

Today we will:
Review our extension task documents, assign topics, and form groups.
Conduct research by using search terms effectively to gather resources for the group presentation.


You will need:
Extension task student directions handout
Extension task visual presentation process handout
Extension task presentation rubric handout
Blank index cards
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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Bell Ringer, 8/18/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/18/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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Bell Ringer, 8/17/2022 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/17/2022

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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Whipping Boy Section 1 Quiz in Google Classroom

Whipping Boy Section 1 Quiz

https://concordia.ilclassroom.com/assignments/VW74584
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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Review/Quiz in Google Classroom

Review/Quiz

Today we will review what we have learned so far about the Middle Ages.  You will take a short quiz on Lessons 1-5.
1. Log into your Clever account.
2. Click the ilc icon.
3. Complete the quiz. 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 5: A Medieval Feast in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 5: A Medieval Feast

Today we will:
Make connections between the text of a story and the visual representation of the text.
Use captions to better understand a text.
Examine the amount of work it took to prepare for a medieval feast.



You will need:
a copy of A Medieval Feast by Aliki
a copy of Medieval Feast: To Do List handout (page 8 in your workbook)
your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/16/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/16/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 4: Integrating Knowledge in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 4: Integrating Knowledge

Today we will:
Review two texts on the same topic and integrate information in order to speak and write about a topic knowledgeably.


You will need:
Magic Tree House: Knights and Castles by Will Osborne and Mary Pope Osborne
“The Middle Ages” by LDOE
A blank copy of the feudal system and manor system graphic organizer handout

Click on Add or Create, click on Docs. This will create a new document for you.  Answer the prompt:
Explain how the Fuedal System maintained order during the Middle Ages.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

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Bell Ringer, 8/15/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/15/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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Bell Ringer, 8/12/2022 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/12/2022

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 3, More on the Middle Ages in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 3, More on the Middle Ages

Today we will:
Read “The Middle Ages” by LDOE.
Annotate to find key details and determine the main idea of a text.


You will need:
“The Middle Ages” by LDOE
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/11/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/11/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Lesson 2: Understanding Unit Vocabulary in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Lesson 2: Understanding Unit Vocabulary

Today we will:
Reread Chapter 1 of Magic Tree House: Knights and Castles by Will Osborne and Mary Pope Osborne.
Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown words.



You will need:
Magic Tree House Fact Tracker: Knights and Castles,  by Will Osborne and Mary Pope Osborne
Vocabulary log handout
Print or digital dictionary

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

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Bell Ringer, 8/10/2022 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/10/2022

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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The Whipping Boy, Section 1: Lesson 1: Life in the Middle Ages in Google Classroom

The Whipping Boy, Section 1: Lesson 1: Life in the Middle Ages

Today you will read Chapter 1 of "Magic Treehouse: Knights and Castles" by Will Osborne and Mary Pope Osborne.
You will refer back to the text when answering questions and taking notes to help you understand what life was like in the Middle Ages.

You will need:
Magic Treehouse: Knights and Castles (Book)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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Edulastic Diagnostic Test in Google Classroom

Edulastic Diagnostic Test

Click the link below to start the diagnostic test.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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Bell Ringer, 8/9/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/9/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM

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ELA, Pre-Test  in Google Classroom

ELA, Pre-Test

Today you will: 
1. Login to Study Island/Edmentum through your Clever account.
2. Click on the link in Study Island to take the pre-test.
3. Take the test only once.  This will NOT count as a grade.  
5. Grab a book off the shelf when you are finished, or read on Epic.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

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Bell Ringer, 8/8/2022 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/8/2022

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:07 AM