Teaching is Hard

Teaching is Hard!!! Students doing lessons all week and a week before break creating bellworks, objectives, a lesson, and an activity. Below is students creating an ilearn site and students working through the work. Done by Hassan Chokr and Mohamad Dabaja.

Teaching is Hard

Bellwork: Analysis of employment data in 2017 based off gender and education

Objectives:

Content:

Students will demonstrate an understanding of how topics from Congressional Power to Foreign Policy by working with a partner to read and think how they will be teaching the class their two sections assigned.

Language: Students will listen and generate questions about their topic they will teach the class to better understand the requirements, including SAT style bellwork or MSTEP review ?’s, create objectives, and include key vocabulary from each section in their lesson.

Activity: 

An article of the Week/3 minute presentations-Anchor Chart

1-Hussein Nasser, Moe Dabaja, Mohamed Aun, Zainab A, Amin Numan

3-Arwa, Ali A, Maya M.

4- Nour, Zayn

6- Wael and Waleed and Malak Z. and May and Fatime S.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1cTLdR1v_J7rX-dMrZmYL3WJrNPAKvknIjh_PbmOcoBs/edit?usp=sharing

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1dPlXCl26j04kAF_po-AGRkiM4qBQta0DTujwHz6G1EY/edit?usp=sharing

What’s Going on at FHS

-Sports Update

-Winter Spirit Week

-Yemen Points for donating Pot Luck and Hat Day

-Yearbook

-Key Club Pop Tabs

-Pizza Sales after school-Student Government

Teaching is Hard:

ūüôā Let us review!! Welcome new Dearborn Public School teachers. Teaching as a new teacher is hard but rewarding and I have confidence in all of you as your Principal Altomonte you will teach and succeed in creating a lesson that engages and empowers students to learn and want to be involved in the government in some form.

Congress

Bellwork: Answer 1 and 2 MSTEP Review 

Objectives:

Content: Students will demonstrate understanding the legislative branch by inferring about the Mongols, pulling out a golden line from book talks, charting about the organization of Congress, and then reviewing their Gerrymandering homework activity as a whole group and individually.

Language: Students will write to describe the Mongol Empire by using test-taking strategies, what was their takeaway from book talks, and using key vocabulary words in a structured charting format.

Convene                              Delegate Adjourn                                Partisan Term Trustee

Apportion                              Bill Gerrymander                        Oversight Function

Constituency                        Franking Privilege SAT: Capitalism                   Tier 1: Discrimination

Activties:

Presentations: Book Talk, Golden Line, Title

3 minute/AOW;

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1cD6h2w5SYt0cPuPn4iyYF5mYGQS0RadGT-faHP-do7s/edit?usp=sharing

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1DTJClqrfVz-CGgsDvKTo8viVqWI8vl2FSOHfjUfPhEg/edit?usp=sharing

Notes: The Congressional Branch 

Bellwork:

SAT Passage 6? 10 minutes

When done?! Milestones in US History December 1, 1955

December 2, 1823

Objectives: 

Content: Students will demonstrate applying knowledge of Interest Groups by taking Cornell Notes individually.

Language: Students will write to provide reasons to add supporting details using Cornell Notes for Interest Groups.

What’s Going on at FHS?

-Talent Show

-Bowling Mr. Proctor

-Yemen Points for donating

-Yearbook

-Key Club Pop Tabs

-Pizza Sales after school-Student Council

Article of the Week/3 Minute Presentation 

Anchor Chart

1-Hussein Nasser and Moe Dabaja and Saba 

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/12nZrMm2UfEovE7vDbX93xA2EmGTs6aYyEuBq25YdJrM/edit?usp=sharing

3-Kareen Berri

6- Wael

Book Talk:

Title

Golden Line

Cornell Notes

 

Interest Group

Bellwork: Summary of Electoral Process  

Objectives:

Content: Students will demonstrate applying knowledge of Interest Groups by providing their top three they would like to research, creating a Frayer model and demonstrate an understanding of key vocabulary by putting it in a mini-paragraph and taking Cornell Notes with partners and individual.

Language: Students will write to provide reasons for putting their key vocabulary in a mini-paragraph and using Cornell Notes to add supporting details for Interest Groups.

What’s going on at FHS?¬†

-Talent Show

-Bowling Mr. Proctor

-Yemen Points for donating

-Yearbook

-Key Club Pop Tabs

-Pizza Sales after school-Tennis

HOMEWORK: Article of week Due Monday Due Wednesday 12/5/2018 Brochure for Special Interest Group 

GOOGLE SLIDE NOTES 

 

Bellwork: SAT Practice Passage

Content: Students will demonstrate comprehension of SAT-style questions, take Cornell notes for the Election and Voting Behaviors and put the events in a thinking map.

Language: Students will listen to provide questions to ask about presentations, and the electoral process using complete sentences.

I like your presentation, but think you can improve by

Activities: 

 

 

 

 

What’s Going on in FHS?

Vocab Popcorn

Superhero

Go to Slide 64 and take Cornell Notes

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1wW7QrtjXIvyBQsIUzuHVdD23jXaMamEbhq4KvSfN6Yg/edit?usp=sharing

Happy Note Taking ūüôā

 

 

 

Bellwork: 

Test Taking Tips for Multiple Choice Questions  

Noticing how you answer?

Why is today Important?! The milestone in Social Studies?

Which statement about the unjust killing of innocents is represented by the graph?

  1. The graph shows 75 percent should be intervened when genocide is a crisis
  2. Human rights are 42 percent
  3. No circumstances represent warrant intervention
  4. The defense for our US allies

The main point of the passage for Lee Wilkens is too.

  1. Persuade that defend our allies is most important
  2. Inform why they chose the answer for Allie intervention
  3. Defend our interest with Allies
  4. To show why the choice was about U.S.Intervene countries in a crisis

Objectives: 

Content: Students will demonstrate comprehension of test-taking strategies using SAT questions,  the history of voting rights by taking Cornell notes, create a timeline, take Cornell notes for the Electoral Process and put the events in a thinking map.

Language: Students will listen to provide questions to ask about presentations, history of voting rights and electoral process using complete sentences.

I like your presentation, but think you can improve by…

What’s Going on in FHS?

Popcorn Vocabulary

Super Hero

Activity:

Cornell Notes

 

Bellwork: 

Test Taking Tips for Multiple Choice Questions  

Noticing how you answer?

According to the graph, the statement that is most true…

The author’s main point about the information is…

Objectives: 

Content: Students will demonstrate comprehension of test-taking strategies using SAT questions,  the history of voting rights by taking Cornell notes, create a timeline, take Cornell notes for the Electoral Process and put the events in a thinking map.

Language: Students will listen to provide questions to ask about presentations, history of voting rights and electoral process using complete sentences.

I like your presentation, but think you can improve by

What’s Going on in FHS?

3 Minute Presentations/AOW

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1764DQ8wQ2x64sNAascd7ikHjK50b_kdPVgjPX-WLQZ0/edit?usp=sharing

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/14SIcFVjvZBpRm39RFEk5A_zpGDFMQCkIeKx16iHSDsc/edit?usp=sharing

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1SH9p8zWF1nGnANY2Bqpu0juZR8SzkVzqwrLiFRZw6pA/edit?usp=sharing

Book Talk

Cornell Notes: 

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1wW7QrtjXIvyBQsIUzuHVdD23jXaMamEbhq4KvSfN6Yg/edit?usp=sharing