Bellwork: Dialectical Journals Book Talks will be starting Thursday.  Sat Word of the day

Objectives: 

Students will demonstrate the evaluation of their School to Prison Pipeline by presenting their findings and post on their blog to the class.

Students will listen to presentations and fill out an audience feedback form.

Presentations: 

https://studentsites.dearbornschools.org/youssefsocialjustice/2018/11/01/school-prison-pipeine-project-response/

https://studentsites.dearbornschools.org/posivibes/

https://studentsites.dearbornschools.org/ahmadhiali12/2018/11/01/school-to-prison-pipeline-project/

https://studentsites.dearbornschools.org/ahmadjaber/

https://studentsites.dearbornschools.org/moshtokalamri/

https://studentsites.dearbornschools.org/askendulisocialjustice/

Bellwork: Dialectical Journals Book Talks will be starting Thursday

Sat Word of the day

https://www.cnn.com/cnn10

We will spend 10 minutes a day going over the current news:

While watching:

  1. Are there any questions?
  2. Thoughts?Feelings? Concerns?
  3. What is the best summary of the news for today?
  4. What is the author’s main purpose in providing this information?
  5. Credible or not?  

Objectives:

Students will demonstrate the evaluation of their School to Prison Pipeline by presenting their findings and post on their blog to the class.

Students will listen to presentations and fill out an audience feedback form.

Activities: 

https://studentsites.dearbornschools.org/musa11/

https://studentsites.dearbornschools.org/baheanasser2003/

Presentations for School to Prison Pipeline

Bellwork: Dialectical Journal

SAT word during the announcement. Add vocabulary in your glossary!  I will be calling you up to Confer 🙂

Announcements

Objectives: 

content: SWD comprehension of the School-to-Prison pipeline by finishing their last minute touches and practicing with a partner presenting the data out.  

Language:

Students will prepare and participate effectively in a range of conversations and collaborations with partners, building on other’s ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively to present their take action projects.

https://studentsites.dearbornschools.org/justiceforyou/

Bellwork: Dialectical Journal  SAT word during the announcement Add vocabulary in your glossary!

I will be calling you up for the book, Title, and Author

Objectives: 

Content: SWD comprehension of the School-to-Prison pipeline by having an open discussion on what they blogged about and choosing a project topic to create centered around the topic.  

Language:

Students will prepare and participate effectively in a range of conversations and collaborations with partners, building on other’s ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively.

Review of Questions:

Due Friday: 

What can you do to teach/educate others about this topic and/or take action?

You may choose one of the following to do on your blog or other outlet let me know!

  1. School’s handbook read and learn to see the policy and critically analyze how does it or does not contribute to School to Prison Pipeline
  2. Make an infographic and post it on your blog and what you learned and share with others
  3. Interview friends and classmates and make a video of their responses to your questions about this topics
  4. Create a survey and have students, parents, staff. Post the data on your blog and respond to it
  5. Organize a forum on this topic in school or community
  6. Research state’s school disciplinary rates and analyze them for disproportionality for students of color, disabled, and LGBTQ students
  7. Research state laws on discipline. Write a essay or create a chart that responds to the following questions: Are there any laws that criminalize behavior in school? Are there laws in school must, can or cannot suspend or expel students?
  8. Social media to share information with others and share point of view and encourage activism

You will have 10 to 15 minutes to read the article silently. In the folders are annotations you can make while you read. Either SOAPs Tone or use the annotation bookmark.

After Reading:

 

  • What did you learn you didn’t know before?

What surprised you the most? What didn’t did the School-to-prison pipeline come about?

 

Why do you think it’s called a “pipeline?”

 

 

  • What’s an example of something that happens in your school that reflects the School to prison pipeline you may have heard?
  • How would you describe in your own words the School-to-Prison Pipeline?\

 

Create a blog about your thoughts to the article using these questions! Remember it is a blog, dialogue not a question and answer format.

 

 

Bellwork:

Why did the police act that way to the student? Complete sentences! 30 seconds turn and talk.

Activities: 

  1. Review Norms
  2. Get Up! An imaginary line toward the board strongly agree and behind to the back you strongly disagree
  3. You may agree, in between, not sure and just disagree
  4. Walk silently then we have a place turn and talk 2-3 minutes why

Statements:

  • Teenagers talk back to teachers more than they should.
     Sometimes students are disciplined too harshly and they don’t deserve the punishment they get.
     Having police officers in school makes me feel safe.
     Students get disciplined, suspended or expelled in different ways depending on their race.
     Students who act out in class should be talked to by a teacher or school staff

Bellwork: Discuss the need to knows and the nice to know questions on your thinking map from yesterday. How would you answer them with the evidence from the article? 

     

 

Objectives:

Content: SWD applying vocabulary words that are used in reading for School-to-Prison pipeline by creating a frayer model.  

Language: Students will determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases by using context clues, analyzing meaning word parts.

Frayer Model:

  1. Color
  2. Definition
  3. Own Definition
  4. Example it is and not
  5. Picture with sentence

Definition: 

discretionary suspended

incarcerated  

School Resource Officer*  

disorderly  

insubordination  

disproportionate

misdemeanor

unconscious bias  

documentable  policy

“willful defiance”  

expelled  

punitive

zero tolerance