5th Grade ELA 2022-2023 Assignments

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Section 5 Study Guide in Google Classroom

Section 5 Study Guide

Today we will create our study guide for Section 5. We will take our Section 5 Quiz on Monday.  
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, January 27 11:03 AM

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 22: How do characters change?   in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 22: How do characters change?

Today we will:
Read chapter 11 independently.
Use context clues to determine the meaning of unknown words and phrases.
Investigate how characters change and learn.


You will need:
A copy of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
Your reading log

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, January 26 9:57 AM

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 21: How is theme developed? in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 21: How is theme developed?

Today we will:
Read chapter 10.
Consider how the novel’s structure helps to develop conflict.
Identify a central theme of the novel.


You will need:
A copy of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
A T-chart handout
Your reading log

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, January 24 8:24 AM

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 20: Examining a character’s motivations in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 20: Examining a character’s motivations

Today we will:
Take a closer look at characters in chapter 8.
Read chapter 9.
Use text evidence to support our answers to questions about Edmund’s motivations.


You will need:
A copy of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
A text evidence chart handout (2 per student)
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, January 23 1:41 PM

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 19: Finding and using text evidence in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 19: Finding and using text evidence

Today we will:
Read chapter 8 of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.
Find and use text evidence to support answers to questions.
Determine the meaning of unknown words and phrases.


Today we will:
Read chapter 8 of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.
Find and use text evidence to support answers to questions.
Determine the meaning of unknown words and phrases.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, January 23 7:36 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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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Section 3 Study Guide in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Section 3 Study Guide

I have attached the completed study guide for the Section 3 Quiz.  We will take this tomorrow!
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, January 18 7:57 AM

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Section 3 Quiz in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Section 3 Quiz

Today we will complete the quiz for a grade.  It will be assigned to you through IL Classroom. 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, January 19 9:18 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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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 17: Practice Cold-Read Task, Part I in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 17: Practice Cold-Read Task, Part I

Today we will:
Assess our ability to read, understand, and express our understanding of a complex, grade-level text.


You will need:
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis
The Practice Cold-Read Task
The Practice Cold-Read Task answer sheet
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, January 18 7:57 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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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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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 8:13 AM

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 16: Writing a narrative from the point of view of a different narrator in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 16: Writing a narrative from the point of view of a different narrator

Today we will:
Discuss how the narrator’s point of view influences how events are described.
Independently write a scene from The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe from the point of view of a different narrator.
Share our narratives in small groups.


You will need:
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, January 13 8:13 AM

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 15: Compare and contrast stories on their approach to themes and topics in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 15: Compare and contrast stories on their approach to themes and topics

Today we will:
Compare and contrast fantasy stories on their approaches to similar themes and topics.


You will need:
A copy of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
A copy of “Down the Rabbit-Hole”
A copy of “The Robin Who Showed The Way”
Your chart for analyzing three texts handout
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, January 12 7:34 AM

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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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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 14: Examining symbols in “The Robin Who Showed the Way” in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 14: Examining symbols in “The Robin Who Showed the Way”

Today we will:
Analyze the use of the robin as a guide and symbol of change in “The Robin Who Showed the Way.”


You will need:
“The Robin Who Showed the Way” by Francis Hodgson Burnett
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe,
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, January 10 10:27 AM

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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 Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 13: Examining symbols in Chapter 6 in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 13: Examining symbols in Chapter 6

Today we will:
Read chapter 6 of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe with a partner.
Participate in a whole-class discussion about the symbolism of the robin.


You will need:
A copy of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, January 9 10:35 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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Section 2 Quiz in Google Classroom

Section 2 Quiz

Today you will take the Section 2 Quiz for the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe. 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, January 9 10:35 AM

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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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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Section 2 Study Guide  in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Section 2 Study Guide

We will have a quiz on Section 2 Monday. 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, January 6 3:15 PM

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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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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 11: Quote accurately from the text in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 11: Quote accurately from the text

Today we will:
Read chapter 5 of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe independently.
Respond to a series of questions to analyze the characters.

 You will need:
A copy of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, January 5 1:46 PM

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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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ELA Midterm in Google Classroom

ELA Midterm

Yesterday you took your ELA Midterm in Study Island.  
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, December 13 7:42 AM

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 10: Understanding a character’s motivations   in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 10: Understanding a character’s motivations

Today we will:
Read chapter 4 of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe with a partner.
Respond to a series of questions to help you analyze the character of Edmund.

 You will need:
A copy of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, by C.S. Lewis
Edmund’s Choices handout (pages 85-87)
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, December 7 1:24 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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If you could have 5 presents delivered to your door right now, what would they be?????? in Google Classroom

If you could have 5 presents 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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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 Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 9: Analyzing poetry for theme in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 9: Analyzing poetry for theme

Today we will:
Read “Adventures of Isabel” by Ogden Nash independently.
Participate in a whole-class discussion about the challenges that Isabel faces and how she overcomes those challenges.
Identify the theme of the poem using the TP-CASTT handout.


You will need:
A copy of the poem “Adventures of Isabel” by Ogden Nash
TP-CASTT handout
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, December 6 7:32 AM

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Section 1 Quiz Review in Google Classroom

Section 1 Quiz Review

We will review for the Quiz and take it today.  You will be able to retake the quiz on Monday if you need to, and I will keep your highest grade. 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, December 2 7:45 AM

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 8: Analyzing poetry in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 8: Analyzing poetry

Today we will:
Read “Adventures of Isabel,” by Ogden Nash.
Work in collaborative groups to analyze the poem and complete the TP-CASTT handout.


You will need:
A copy of the poem “Adventures of Isabel” by Ogden Nash
TP-CASTT handout (page 84)
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, December 5 1:50 PM

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Santa Letter in Google Classroom

Santa Letter

Today you will write a letter to Santa!
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, December 5 1:50 PM

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 7: How do we learn lessons from the characters in a text? in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 7: How do we learn lessons from the characters in a text?

Today we will:
Identify how the challenges that the characters face lead to the lessons they learn.
Understand how an author uses the experiences of a character to teach the reader a lesson.


You will need:
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, by C.S. Lewis
“Down the Rabbit-Hole,” by Lewis Carroll
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, December 1 7:37 AM

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 6: Examining how a narrator reveals what characters are thinking and feeling in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 6: Examining how a narrator reveals what characters are thinking and feeling

Today we will:
Read chapter 3.
Discuss how the narrator reveals a specific character’s thoughts and feelings.
Examine a passage and identify the narrator’s shift from revealing one character’s thoughts to revealing another’s.


You will need:
A copy of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, by C.S. Lewis
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, November 29 8:02 PM

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 5: What makes a narrative a fantasy? in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 5: What makes a narrative a fantasy?

Today we will:
Participate in a whole-class discussion to compare and contrast The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe with “Down the Rabbit-Hole.”
Begin to fill in a graphic organizer to help us compare and contrast fantastical texts read throughout this unit.


You will need:
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, by C.S. Lewis
“Down the Rabbit-Hole,” by Lewis Carroll
Chart for analyzing three texts handout (page 82 in your workbook)
What makes a narrative a Fantasy? handout (page 83 in your workbook)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, November 28 8:38 AM

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Common Lit in Google Classroom

Common Lit

We will go over this story in class.  The completed assignment is due on Friday.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, November 14 8:39 AM

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Video Segments in Google Classroom

Video Segments

Log in to ilc through Clever.  Watch each video segment that is assigned.  On the document below, write about at least 2 things for each that helped you understand better about The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, November 18 12:24 PM

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 4: Comparing and contrasting characters in similar texts in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 4: Comparing and contrasting characters in similar texts

Today we will:
Compare and contrast Lucy from The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and Alice from “Down the Rabbit-Hole.”
Write a comparison of the two characters.


You will need:
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, by C.S. Lewis
“Down the Rabbit-Hole,” from Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
Compare and Contrast Lucy and Alice handout (pages 80, 81 in your workbook)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, November 17 7:03 AM

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 3: Reading and analyzing a similar text in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 3: Reading and analyzing a similar text

Today we will:
Read “Down the Rabbit-Hole” in pairs.
Work in pairs to analyze the character of Alice, including the challenges that she faces and her emotions.


You will need:
A copy of “Down the Rabbit-Hole” from Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, November 16 1:30 PM

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 2: Analyzing Characters in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 2: Analyzing Characters

Today we will:
Read chapter 2 of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe in pairs.
Analyze main characters in the text.
Summarize chapter 2 in small groups.
You will need:
A copy of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, by C.S. Lewis
Your reading log

 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, November 15 9:00 AM

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 1: Reading and Summarizing in Google Classroom

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Lesson 1: Reading and Summarizing

Today we will:
Read chapter 1 of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.
Determine the meaning of unknown words and phrases from the text and develop Semantic Maps.
Work in groups to summarize chapter 1.
Share our summaries with the class.


You will need:
A copy of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, by C.S. Lewis
Your reading log
The Semantic Map handout (page 78 of your workbook)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, November 14 8:39 AM

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The Birchbark House, Culminating Writing Task in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Culminating Writing Task

How do the main events of each season of The Birchbark House help Omakayas to develop and gain strength, preparing her to understand and accept her past?
To answer this question:
* Identify the main events of each season in The Birchbark House.
* Describe how the main characters interact and respond to each identified event.
* Compare and contrast the different attitudes and interactions surrounding each event.
* Evaluate the differences and the outcomes of each event to determine how they impact and prepare Omakayas.
* Locate evidence to support the claims that you make about how events in each season help Omakayas to develop and gain strength to  understand and accept her past.
Write a literary analysis in response to the question that demonstrates an understanding of the text. Be sure to use proper grammar, conventions, spelling, and grade-appropriate words and phrases, including words that signal relationships (e.g., however, although, moreover, in addition, etc.). Draw on specific details and use direct quotations from the text to support the analysis.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, November 9 7:23 AM

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The Birchbark House, Lesson 41: Revising and editing the literary analysis in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 41: Revising and editing the literary analysis

Today we will:
Revise the literary analysis essay
Engage in a peer conference to edit the essay


You will need:
The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich
The culminating writing task directions
The  culminating writing task rubric
Your seasons graphic organizer
Your culminating writing task rough draft
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, November 9 7:23 AM

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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 Birchbark House, Lesson 40: Drafting the literary analysis in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 40: Drafting the literary analysis

Today we will:
Review the structure for an literary analysis
Review writing skills from the unit
Draft the literary analysis


You will need:
The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich
The culminating writing task directions
The  culminating writing task rubric
Your seasons graphic organizer
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, November 3 1:01 PM

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The Birchbark House, Lesson 39: Planning for the literary analysis in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 39: Planning for the literary analysis

Today we will:
Review the culminating writing task directions and rubric
Plan for writing the literary analysis
Engage in a peer conference to get feedback on the planning before starting to draft


You will need:
The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich
The culminating writing task directions
The  culminating writing task rubric
Your seasons graphic organizer
A highlighter
Sticky notes
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, November 2 7:26 AM

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The Birchbark House, Lesson 38: The relationship between Omakayas and Old Tallow  in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 38: The relationship between Omakayas and Old Tallow

Today we will:
Read chapter 14 of The Birchbark House.
Explain the relationship between Omakayas and Old Tallow.


You will need:
Your seasons graphic organizer
A copy of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich
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 Birchbark House: Lesson 37: Change in characters and relationships in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House: Lesson 37: Change in characters and relationships

Today we will:
Discuss chapter 12 of The Birchbark House.
Analyze the relationship between Omakayas and Pinch.
Read chapter 13 of The Birchbark House.

You will need:
Your seasons graphic organizer
A copy of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich


 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, October 28 12:21 PM

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The Birchbark House, Lesson 32: Analyze and Extend in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 32: Analyze and Extend

Today we will:
Analyze illustrations and discuss how they contribute to our understanding of the texts
Review the directions for the extension task
Begin to gather information for the extension task


You will need:
Your copy of the extension task directions
Access to the unit texts
Your notes taken during the unit
Paper to create a T-Chart
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, October 25 11:30 AM

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The Birchbark House, Lesson 36: The Struggle of Winter in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 36: The Struggle of Winter

Today we will:
Read chapter 11 of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich.
Integrate information from unit texts to answer questions about the topic.

 You will need:
Your seasons graphic organizer
A copy of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich


Homework:  Read Chapter 12 of The Birchbark House
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, October 26 12:54 PM

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Letter to the Treasurer of Spain in Google Classroom

Letter to the Treasurer of Spain

We will be using this in class today, as well as completing the assignment in Common Lit.  
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, October 24 12:21 PM

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The Birchbark House, Lesson 31: Gaining more information from a primary source in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 31: Gaining more information from a primary source

Today we will:
Read an excerpt from “A Letter to the Treasurer of Spain”
Analyze the informational text.


You will need:
“A Letter to the Treasurer of Spain”
The analyzing a letter handout (page 72 in your workbook)
Your conversation stems
Your reading log
Your cause and effect graphic organizer
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, October 21 9:16 AM

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The Birchbark House, Section 6 Quiz in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Section 6 Quiz

Today we will take our Section 6 Quiz in ilc.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, October 21 9:16 AM

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The Birchbark House, Section 6 Quiz Study Guide in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Section 6 Quiz Study Guide

Today we will create a Study Guide for Section 6.  The quiz will be given tomorrow.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, October 20 10:22 AM

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The Birchbark House, Lesson 30: Integrating Information  in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 30: Integrating Information

Today we will:
Listen to a read aloud from Before Columbus: The Americas of 1491
Integrate information to better understand the plot and the effects of smallpox in The Birchbark House.


You will need:
Your cause and effect graphic organizer handout
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, October 19 12:09 PM

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The Birchbark House, Lesson 29: Engaging in a debate in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 29: Engaging in a debate

Today we will:
Engage in a philosophical chairs debate
Reflect on and revise our thinking based on the discussion during the debate
Write an argumentative paragraph to state your opinion about whether European exploration had a positive or negative impact on Native Americans in the new world.


You will need:
The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich
A History of US: The First Americans (Prehistory - 1600s)
The debate planning handout
Your conversation stems handout
Your cause and effect graphic organizer handout


Before we begin our lesson, spend 15 minutes independently reading from Pedro’s Journal.
Read the entry for December 13 - December 27.
As you read, complete the tracker for this section of the text.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, October 17 9:14 AM

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Student Survey in Google Classroom

Student Survey

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, October 13 10:17 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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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 Birchbark House, Lesson 28: Preparing for a debate in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 28: Preparing for a debate

Today we will:

Prepare for a class debate


You will need:
The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich
A History of US: The First Americans (Prehistory - 1600s)
The debate planning handout (page 71 in your workbook)
Your conversation stems handout (page 54 in your workbook)
Your cause and effect graphic organizer handout




Before we begin our lesson, spend 15 minutes independently reading from Pedro’s Journal.
Read the entry for November 19 - December 3.
As you read, complete the tracker for this section of the text.  
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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The Birchbark House, Lesson 27: Smallpox.  A grave disease. in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 27: Smallpox. A grave disease.

Today we will:
Listen to a read aloud from Before Columbus: The Americas of 1491 (page 20-28 in your Unit Reader)
Discuss the impact of smallpox on Native American communities.


You will need:
Your cause and effect graphic organizer handout (page 61 in workbook)

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

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The Birchbark House, Lesson 26: Understanding how the narrator’s point of view influences how events are described in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 26: Understanding how the narrator’s point of view influences how events are described

Today we will:
Discuss how the narrator’s point of view influences how events are described.
Write a scene from The Birchbark House from the point of view of a different narrator.


You will need:
The Birchbark House
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, October 5 12:38 PM

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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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Bell Ringer, 10/4/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 10/4/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, October 4 1:30 PM

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The Birchbark House, Lesson 25: Listening to the author in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 25: Listening to the author

Today we will:
Read the ending of chapter 10 independently.
Analyze the text to make inferences about what the author is trying to tell you.


You will need:
A copy of The Birchbark House
Your seasons graphic organizer handout
Your vocabulary chart handout
Your cause and effect handout

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, October 4 1:30 PM

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The Birchbark House, Lesson 24: Effects of Smallpox in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 24: Effects of Smallpox

Today we will:
Continue to read chapter 10 independently.
Analyze Omakayas’s relationship with her family.
Understand how smallpox was a negative effect of European exploration.


You will need:
A copy of The Birchbark House
Your seasons graphic organizer handout (wb.pg 58)
Your vocabulary chart handout
Your cause and effect handout



HOMEWORK:
Pedro's Journal, October 10-11. Complete the Independent Reading Handout for this entry (wb.pge 65).
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, October 3 9:32 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 Birchbark House,  Lesson 23: The Visitor in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 23: The Visitor

Today we will:
Read the beginning of chapter 10 independently.
Analyze Omakayas’s actions to describe the growth in her character.


You will need:
A copy of The Birchbark House
Your seasons graphic organizer handout
Your vocabulary chart handout
Your cause and effect handout


Homework:
Read Pedro’s Journal, entries September 30 - October 8.
Complete the independent reading handout for this section of the text. 


A copy of Pedro’s Journal by Pam Conrad.
Your independent reading handout
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, September 29 3:08 PM

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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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The Birchbark House, Lesson 22: Recurring topics in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 22: Recurring topics

Today we will:
Read chapter 9 of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich.
Identify recurring topics in the text.


You will need:
A discussion handout (workbook page 70)
Your seasons graphic organizer (workbook page 58)
Your vocabulary chart (workbook pages 46-51)
A copy of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, September 29 3:08 PM

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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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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 Birchbark House Section 5 Quiz Study Guide in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House Section 5 Quiz Study Guide

Use your study guide to make up your own test.  Share with a partner and study.
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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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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Common Lit assignments in Google Classroom

Common Lit assignments

You have the opportunity to correct the assignment from last week. Log in to Clever, click on Common Lit. Go to Lang. Arts 5 to check your grade, Go to Reading 5 to retake the assignments. 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, September 23 12:51 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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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 Birchbark House, Lesson 21: Chimookoman’s Tracks in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 21: Chimookoman’s Tracks

Today we will:
Read chapter 8 of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich.
Integrate information from multiple texts we have read in the unit to express understanding about the relationship between the Europeans and the Native Americans.


You will need:
Your seasons graphic organizer
Your reading log
Your vocabulary chart
A copy of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 21 12:01 PM

Due:

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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The Birchbark House, Lesson 20: Contrasting Language  in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 20: Contrasting Language

Today we will:
Read chapter 7 of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich.
Discover how the language that Erdrich uses shows helps us to identify changes in the character and evokes feelings in the reader.

 You will need:
Your seasons graphic organizer
Your reading log
Your vocabulary chart
A copy of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Monday, September 19 8:53 AM

Due:

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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Common Lit Assignments in Google Classroom

Common Lit Assignments

Login to your Clever account and click on Common Lit 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 Birchbark House, Lesson 19: Text Dependent Questions and Citing Evidence in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 19: Text Dependent Questions and Citing Evidence

Today we will:
Read chapter 6 of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich.
Analyze the interaction between characters.
Describe the growth that we see in Omakayas.
You will need:
A chapter 6 text dependent questions handout  (page 69 in your workbook)
Your seasons graphic organizer (page 57 in your workbook)
Your vocabulary chart
A copy of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Thursday, September 15 7:50 AM

Due:

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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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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The Birchbark House, Lesson 18: Analyzing figurative language in a literary text in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 18: Analyzing figurative language in a literary text

Today we will:
Read chapter 5 from The Birchbark House
Summarize the text
Analyze the author’s use of figurative language to help us understand the mood and feelings in the chapter


You will need:
The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich
The analyzing figurative language handout (Page 68 in your workbook)
A conversation stems handout (page 54 in your workbook)
Your vocabulary chart handout
Your reading log
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Tuesday, September 13 12:42 PM

Due:

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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The Birchbark House, Quiz 2 in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Quiz 2

Login to Clever, then to ilc, and open up your quiz. Do your best!!
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Friday, September 9 1:06 PM

Due:

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 Birchbark House, Lesson 15: Analyzing poetry in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 15: Analyzing poetry

Today we will:
Read “Columbus,” by Joaquin Miller.
Work in collaborative groups to analyze the poem and complete the TP-CASTT handout.


You will need:
A copy of the poem “Columbus” by Joaquin Miller
TP-CASTT handout (page 67 in your workbook)
Your reading log
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 7:08 AM

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The Birchbark House, Lesson 14: Reading with accuracy, appropriate rate, and expression in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 14: Reading with accuracy, appropriate rate, and expression

Today we will:
Practice reading with accuracy, appropriate rate, and expression
Begin reading Pedro’s Journal
Use the independent reading tracker to capture the most important points of a section of the text


You will need:
Pedro’s Journal by Pam Conrad
Your independent reading handout (Page 62 in your workbook)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 9/2/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 9/2/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

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Study Island in Google Classroom

Study Island

Login to Clever and click on Study Island.  You have TWO assignments due today, "Theme" and "Summarizing Texts". 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

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ReadWorks: Ice Ages in Google Classroom

ReadWorks: Ice Ages

Please click the link to go to this assignment.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

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ReadWorks: Christopher Columbus and the Caribbean in Google Classroom

ReadWorks: Christopher Columbus and the Caribbean

Please click the link to go to this assignment.
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

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Vote for your mascot's name  in Google Classroom

Vote for your mascot's name

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

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Study Island in Google Classroom

Study Island

Login to Clever and click on Study Island.  You have TWO assignments due today, "Textual Evidence" and "Drawing Inferences". 
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 7:08 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 7:08 AM

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The Birchbark House, Lesson 13: Analyzing Columbus’s Arrival in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 13: Analyzing Columbus’s Arrival

Today we will:
Read excerpts from chapter 16 from The First Americans: Prehistory-1600 (A History of US, Book 1)
Analyze Columbus’s impact on the Native Americans based on a primary source.


You will need:
The First Americans: Prehistory-1600 (A History of US, Book 1)
A cause and effect graphic organizer handout
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

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The Birchbark House, Lesson 12: The New World in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 12: The New World

Today we will:
Read chapter 16 from The First Americans: Prehistory-1600 (A History of US, Book 1)
Describe the challenges that Columbus and his crew faced on their journey and how they responded to those challenges.


You will need:
The First Americans: Prehistory-1600 (A History of US, Book 1)
Your vocabulary chart handout
Your reading log
A cause and effect graphic organizer handout (Page 61 in your workbook)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/30/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/30/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

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The Birchbark House, Lesson 11: Who is Christopher Columbus? in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 11: Who is Christopher Columbus?

Today we will:
Read chapter 15 from The First Americans: Prehistory-1600 (A History of US, Book 1)
Use context clues to determine the meaning of unknown words and phrases
Explain the relationship between Columbus’ childhood and his later voyages.



You will need:
The First Americans: Prehistory-1600 (A History of US, Book 1)
Your vocabulary chart handout
Your reading log


Add these vocabulary words: 
prosperousignorant
ferocious
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/29/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/29/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

The Birchbark House, Lesson 10: Understanding Text, Understanding Structure in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 10: Understanding Text, Understanding Structure

Today we will:
Read chapter 4 of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich.
Explain how a series of chapters fit together to provide the overall structure of a text.


You will need:
Your seasons graphic organizer
Your reading log
Your vocabulary chart handout
A copy of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/26/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/26/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

The Birchbark House, Lesson 09: Growth in the Main Character in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 09: Growth in the Main Character

Today we will:
Read chapter 3 of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich.
Discuss Omakayas’s interactions with other characters. .
You will need:
Your seasons graphic organizer
Your reading log
Your vocabulary chart
A copy of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich

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

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/25/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/25/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer 8/24/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer 8/24/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

The Birchbark House, Lesson 08: Character Relationships in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 08: Character Relationships

Today we will:
Read chapter 2 of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich.
Analyze the interactions between Omakayas and other characters in the text.


You will need:
Your seasons graphic organizer
Your reading log
Your vocabulary chart
A copy of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/23/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/23/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

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The Birchbark, Lesson 07: Erdrich’s Use of Figurative Language in Google Classroom

The Birchbark, Lesson 07: Erdrich’s Use of Figurative Language



Today we will:
Read chapter 1 of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich.
Identify and describe the characters that are introduced in this chapter.
Compare and contrast the lifestyle of this group of Native Americans with the information from other texts that we have read.  

You will need:
A copy of the culminating writing task student directions
A seasons graphic organizer (page 56 in your workbook)
Your reading log
Your vocabulary chart (pages 46-51 in your workbook)
A copy of The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich


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

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/22/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/22/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

The Birchbark House, Lesson 6: Native American Impact on Land in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 6: Native American Impact on Land

Today we will:
Listen to a read aloud from Before Columbus: The Americas of 1491.
Determine the meaning of unknown words and phrases from the text.
Discuss the how Native Americans changed the landscape of the New World.


You will need:
Your reading log (Google Classroom)
A vocabulary chart handout (starts on page 46)

Unit Reader, Pages 5-9
Add: ecosystems, controlled burning, harvesting to your vocabulary chart
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/19/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/19/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/18/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/18/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/17/2022 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/17/2022

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

The Birchbark House, Lesson 05: The Plains Indians in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 05: The Plains Indians

Today we will:
Read chapter 9 from The First Americans: Prehistory-1600 (A History of US, Book 1)
Use context clues to determine the meaning of unknown words and phrases
Summarize chapter 9


You will need:
A copy of the extension task student directions
The First Americans: Prehistory-1600 (A History of US, Book 1)
A chapter 9 summary handout (pg.55 in your workbook)
Your vocabulary chart handout
Your reading log (Write at the end of your summary handout in workbook.) 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

Due:

The Birchbark House, Lesson 04: Introducing the anchor text in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 04: Introducing the anchor text

Today we will:
Read chapter 4 from The First Americans: Prehistory-1600 (A History of US, Book 1) in pairs.
Listen to a read aloud of the introduction to The Birchbark House.
Integrate information from multiple texts to deepen our understanding of the time period of this unit.

 You will need:
The First Americans: Prehistory-1600 (A History of US, Book 1)
The Birchbark House, by Louise Erdrich
Your reading log
Your vocabulary chart
Your “Ice Age” viewing guide
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/16/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/16/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/15/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/15/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

The Birchbark House, Lesson 03: In the Beginning in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 03: In the Beginning

Today we will:
Read chapter 3 from The First Americans: Prehistory-1600 (A History of US, Book 1)
Determine the reasons why people moved to the New World


You will need:
The First Americans: Prehistory-1600 (A History of US, Book 1)
Your reading log
Your vocabulary chart handout
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/12/2022 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/12/2022

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

The Birchbark House, Lesson 02: The Ice Age in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 02: The Ice Age

Today we will:
Watch a clip from “Ice Age” to gain a better understanding of how people migrated to the Americas


You will need:
An “Ice Age” viewing guide handout
Your vocabulary chart handout (pages 52-53 in your workbook)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/11/22 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/11/22

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

The Birchbark House, Lesson 1: Introduction to the Unit in Google Classroom

The Birchbark House, Lesson 1: Introduction to the Unit

Today, we will read aloud an excerpt from "Before Columbus".  (Pages 1-4 in Unit Reader)
Determine the meaning of unknown words and phrases.
Discuss the time period for this unit.

You will need:
Unit Reader (in your binder)
Vocabulary Chart (page 45 in workbook)
Reading Log Entry (Attached to this lesson)
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/10/2022 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/10/2022

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

Ice Age Movie in Google Classroom

Ice Age Movie

Today you will watch the BrainPop movie on the Ice Age.  You will write a brief summary of the video, listing 3 main things you learned from it. You will need to create a document and attach it to this lesson for your summary.
Due date: Aug 10, 2022 -- Topics: Ice Age -- Features: Movie
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

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Edulastic Diagnostic in Google Classroom

Edulastic Diagnostic

Click the link below to complete the diagnostic test. 
Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 11:47 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 7:08 AM

Due:

Bell Ringer, 8/8/2022 in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer, 8/8/2022

Created by Alethia Lawrence: Wednesday, September 7 7:08 AM

Due:

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