Happy Finals Week

What’s Going On:

Bowling Good Luck at Skore lanes

Fundraiser for Class of 2018 Famous Hamburger January 29

Cups for Cure Class of 2020 at Yogurtopia Schafer Road January 26

Cups for Cure Joyful Heart Foundation at Yogurtopia Michigan Ave January 27

College Career Fair February 15 and 28

Got Poetry? Want to Slam it February 5th #Resistance! 

Google Classroom for fun games to support: 

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For Part I final Exam: 

Claim(If this then this, no I)–>Transition Sentence (background)–>Evidence #1—>Reasoning #1

Second Paragraph: Evidence #2–>Reasoning #2–>Conclusion

Good Luck!!

Review for World War I Test

Attention: Families with Preschool age children who are 4 years of age by December 1, 2017.
There is an immediate possibility of free full day preschool beginning in January 2018 in the Dearborn Public Schools (next month). The family must be eligible based on risk factors and not currently enrolled in a GSRP program.  If interested, families may pick up an application at the Cotter Early Childhood Center, 13020 Osborn or call Nadia Berry at 313-827-6150.
Please respond immediately as slots are limited.  Families must live in the city of Dearborn.

Activities:

Get Kahoot Practice US History:

https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/9d5ede37-ed8b-4064-84e1-644670b57ee1

Get Kahoot Practice APUSH:

https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/c3a64e75-e1b0-49b3-8072-8a6fa2e9266b

WWI Speech In-Text Citations and Submitting

Bellwork: SAT subject

Objective: 

Content:

Students will demonstrate synthesis of World War I themes by constructing a first draft WWI argumentative essay and proposing new ways to write a partners paper through peer revising and checking in on the writing process.

Language:

Students will read and write paragraph(s) on a theme they choose about World War I using an argumentative essay framework and offer constructive feedback to students on their essay.

Activities: 

1. Research a journal try your best should be from a credible journal look at the information. Go to About us and see is it from academia stand point or written from a political point of view.

a. tinyurl.com/fhslib password is fordson

2.This is for your citations to know how to cite in text  https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/02/

3. Speech: What is your topic, what is your argument, what are your reasons why you are arguing that and why is it the other arguments can’t hold up to your claim and conclude by what did you enjoy learning about. Friday and Monday will be the Speeches.

3. To submit your paper online you may add it as an attachment and/or may copy and paste your shared link

  Step One:

 

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          Step Four: Open up the assignment in Ilearn 

 

Step Five: Press Add submission 

Step Six:  Control V to copy the link in the text box OR add your file to it

 

Then press save changes! REMEMBER TO PRESS SAVE CHANGES!!! 

 

Have a great weekend! Go Girls Basketball! 


Dearborn Public Schools is hosting a FTC State Qualifier AND FLL Jr. Expo on Saturday, December 9th at McCollough Unis School (7801 Maple Street, 48126).
They are still SHORT the necessary VOLUNTEERS needed to have a SUCCESSFUL EVENT AND NEED YOUR HELP!
If you have volunteered for FIRST before, please log in and choose our Dearborn FTC event.  If not, please go to www.mcubots.us/volunteers for detailed steps on how to REGISTER TODAY. The screening/background check takes about a week.  You can fill a role even if you are not available the entire time.  Just indicate your availability when you register as a volunteer for the event. Most roles have on the job training.
Please, please, please HELP!  WE NEED YOU!  Your support will benefit 36 FTC teams and 14 FLL Jr. Teams of which 15 are DEARBORN ROOKIE ROBOTICS TEAMS.

Overview and Writing Process

Great Job Girls on their Win!!! Next basketball game

Friday, 12/1
Girls Basketball Home vs Livonia Stevenson
9th 3:45 JV 5:30 Var 7:00

Scholarship Opportunities: https://webportalapp.com/sp/signup/wethestudents2017

http://scholastic-ams-prod.adobecqms.net/content/dam/campaign/scm/fy2018/f17w6e/FPA.pdf

Bellwork: SAT Slots look for Purpose, put a P, and write a sentence stem. Answer questions 36, 39-40

Objective: 

Content: Students will demonstrate analysis of the Treaty of Versailles and the League of Nations by debating and determining main ideas through reading and answering multiple questions.

Students will demonstrate evaluation of themes of WWI by determining important information and plotting it in a T-Chart and Whole Part Brace Map.

Language:

Students will read to answer questions about the end of WWI by taking a quiz. Students will read to pull out information to reason for their argumentative essay paper by using their T-Chart and Whole Part brace map.

Activities;

1. Debate

2. Review Quiz

Homework:  2 evidence and two reasoning for Pre-Writing using documents below and/or your own!

Go to Ilearn and click on Evidence/Reasoning Document

 

League of Nations Debate

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    Girls Basketball at Harper Woods Chandler Park
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Bellwork: 

Referencing the article titled, “Reflections on the Revolution” and “Common Sense,” read and annotate the text for Speaker and Occasion.

Highlight textual evidence using your Blue(if your near the door), Purple (highlight if your near the window).

Label your evidence with an S and O.

Write your annotation using Sentence Stems!

Objectives:

Content: Students will demonstrate evaluation of Wilson’s Fourteen Points and the Treaty of Versailles by reading about different proposals among countries, filling in a brace map and debating if America should of accepted the Treaty/League of Nations with whole group and partners

Language:

Students will read and write about the Treaty of Versailles positives and negatives using key vocabulary and writing 4-5 facts from their book/primary source documents.

Activities;

Homework:

Treaty of Versailles

Bellwork: SAT SLOT Week 1. Read and circle words you don’t know for the passage and questions.  Discuss as a class and define what questions are asking.

Objective: 

Content: Students will demonstrate evaluation of Wilson’s Fourteen Points and the Treaty of Versailles by reading about different proposals among countries filling in a brace map and debating if America should of accepted the Treaty with whole group and partners

Language:

Students will read and write about the Treaty of Versailles positives and negatives using key vocabulary and writing 4-5 facts from their book/primary source documents.

Activity: 

2. 

Homework: 

Americans Affected on the Home Front

Bellwork: Read the Excerpt from  “All Quiet things on the Western Front” and pull out the golden line

Objectives: 

Content: Students will demonstrate comprehension of groups living on the home front during WWI by syntehsizing information from different sources from someone living in the United States by completing how their group opposed or supported the war and how it affected them in their Thinking Map.

Language:

Students will read about the impact of WWI on American/European life using a Tree Map to identify 4-5 facts.

Activities: 

  1. Thinking Map

2. 

3.  Activities: 

Step 1:

-You will now be this historical group that lived during the United States

in WWI.

Step 2:Prepare for Role of Interview:

1. Create a brief introduction that explains who you are and whether you

support or oppose the war

2. Answer: In what ways have you supported or opposed the war? How

has World War I affected your life?

3. Make a memento to share for instance anti-war poster for pacifist why is it important to you and what it is!

Step 3:

1. 3 minutes each interview

2. Must meet another group all pairs must interview each other and

document it in their Thinking Map

3. Each time you switch interviews you switch roles. The two that act

like the ones being interviewed are the ones that interview

Homework: 

Homework:

1. Espionage and Sedition Act and Effects of War on Us Graphic

Organizer

2. Blog!! Post a poster you create your you find that reflects your groups

and/or another group you find interesting view point of the War

a. Should be clearly display

b. Write what you think Americans can do to support or oppose

c. Slogan to tell people should be the Title of your Post

d. Write about how the poster shows how the group was affected,

how they opposed or supported and write why