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9th grade calendar Nov (redirected from 10th grade accelerated calendar Nov)

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November
*NOTE: Click on links for handouts/notes/etc.

Sunday 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Wednesday
Thursday 
Friday 
Saturday 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

In class work:

-Work on final 9/11 project 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

-LAST CHANCE TO TURN IN 9/11 STUDY GUIDE

 


3

4

In class work:

-Work on final 9/11

project  

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

 

 

In class work:

-Work on final 9/11

project  

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

 

 

In class work:

-Work on final 9/11

project  

 Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

-Part I of Final 9/11

 project by 3:15PM IN MY HANDS

 

7

In class work:

-Go over next quarter

Library

-Book Talks

-Check out books 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

 

qtr 1 ends  

In class work:

-Mini read rate analysis

-Make, and submit, a realistic book competition goal for 2nd qtr

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

-Part II of Final 9/11

 project by 11:59PM on Schoology/or shared via Google Docs 


10 

11

In class work:

-Journal #1:

"What do you like to read and why? What don't you like about reading and why? Feel free to talk about things you've read (good or bad)."

-Read

 

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

 

12

In class work:

-Read Aloud:

Of Mice and Men pg 1-37

-Read

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

13

In class work:

-Small Group discussion on Of Mice and Men

Handout:

-Discussion questions

-Large group discussion

-Read

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

 

14

In class work:

-Journal #2:

"Write about the setting(s) in your book. Does the setting add anything to the book (in other words, does it matter that your book is taking place where/when it is)? If it doesn't add anything, comment about whether this is a good thing or a bad thing and why."

-Read 

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

 

15 No school  

Homework:

-Read

 

16

Homework:

-Read

 

17 

Homework:

-Read

 

18 

In class work:

-Journal #3:

"Write about the characters in your book so far. Do you like them? Who seems to be the protagonist? How do you know? Who/what seems to be the antagonist? How do you know?"

-Read

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

 

 

19 

In class work:

-Read Aloud:

Of Mice and Men pg 38-65

-Read

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

 

20 

In class work:

-Small Group discussion on Of Mice and Men

Handout:

-Discussion questions

-Large group discussion

-Read

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

-Discussion answers shared via Google Doc

21 

In class work:

-Journal #4:

"What seems to be the main conflict in your book? Is it believable? Is there more than 1 conflict going on? Are there different types?

If there is no conflict in your book, what drives your book? What makes it interesting to read?"

-Read 

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

22      

In class work:

-Read 

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

 

23 

Homework:

-Read

 

24 

Homework:

-Read

 

25  

In class work:

-Journal #5:

"What would you change about what you are reading. What do you think those changes would add/do to your book?"

-Read

-Formal conferences

 Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

26

In class work:

-Read Aloud:

Of Mice and Men pg 66-83

-Read

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

 

27 No school - Snow day

Homework:

-Read

 

28 No school 

Homework:

-Read

 

 

29 No school 

Homework:

-Read

 

 30

Homework:

-Read

 

 

 

 

 

         

 

 

 

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