9th grade calendar Dec


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

Sunday 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Wednesday
Thursday 
Friday 
Saturday 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Homework:

-Read

 

2

In class work:

-Large group discussion on 

Of Mice and

Men

Handout:

-Discussion questions

-Journal #6:

"What do you think about the genre of the book you are reading? Do

you typically

like this type of book? Why/why not? Would you read another book

like this if you could? Why/why not"

-Read

-Formal conferences

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

-November Journals #1-5

-Daily page checks

 

3

In class work:

-Read Aloud:

Of Mice and Men pg 84-107

-Read

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

 

4

In class work:

-Small Group discussion on Of Mice and Men

Handout:

-Discussion questions

-Large group discussion

-Read

-Formal conferences

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

-Discussion answers shared via Google Doc

 

5

In class work:

-Journal #7:

"What did you think of the book Of Mice and Men? Since it is a book that is taught almost universally, in 9th grade, in the US, do you agree with that decision? Why/why not? Do you think it would have been better if it was a book that was taught traditionally? Explain."

-Read

-Formal conferences

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

6

In class work:

-Book Talks

-Formal conferences

-Read

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

7

Homework:

-Read

 

8

Homework:

-Read

 

9 

In class work:

-Journal #8:

"When you read, do you visualize what you are reading? If so, do you visualize things in a certain way (like is it like a cartoon, or with real people, etc.)? If you don't visualize when you read have you tried? Why do you think you don't visualize when you read?"

-Read

-Formal conferences

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

 

10

In class work:

-Read 

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

 

11 

In class work:

-Read Aloud:

The First Part Last pg 3-29

-Read

-Formal conferences

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

 

12

In class work:

-Journal #9:

"What has stood out to you the most from what you have read so far? Why do you think this has stuck with you?"

-Read

-Formal conferences

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

 

13 

In class work:

-Book Talks

-Formal conferences

-Read

-Go over Final Book Project

Handout:

-Final project ideas

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

 

14

Homework:

-Read

 

15 

Homework:

-Read

 

 

 

16  

In class work:

-Journal #10:

"What strategies do you use when you are unsure about what you are reading (comprehension, vocabulary, etc.)? Where/how did you learn these? What do you still find is difficult for you when you read? Explain."

-Read

-Formal conferences

Video:

-Of Mice and Men

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

 

17  

In class work:

-Read Aloud:

The First Part Last pg 32-60

-Read

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

 

18  

In class work:

-Small Group discussion on The First Part Last

Handout:

-Discussion questions

-Large group discussion

-Read

-Formal conferences

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

-Discussion answers shared via Google Doc

 

19 

In class work:

-Journal #11:

"Which of the following do you find the hardest to do: read, write, speak, or listen? Why do you think this is hard for you? What do you think would help make it easier for you?"

-Read

-Formal conferences

Video:

-Of Mice and Men

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

 

20 

In class work:

-Read

Video:

-Of Mice and Men

Homework:

-Read

Work to turn in:

 

21

Homework:

-Read

 

22

Homework:

-Read

 

23 No School Winter Break

Homework:

-Read

 

24 No School Winter Break 

Homework:

-Read

 

25 No School Winter Break

Homework:

-Read

26 No School Winter Break

Homework:

-Read

27 No School Winter Break

Homework:

-Read

 

28

Homework:

-Read

 

29

Homework:

-Read

 

 

 30 No School Winter Break

Homework:

-Read

 

31 No School Winter Break

Homework:

-Read