Another round of presentations. The further we get, the more I see the similarities in your topics. No matter the person, I see clear leanings toward social investigation. To take a page from Anastasia and Stephen’s book, good for you for questioning what’s around you. We become ignorant when we become complacent.
The next round of lessons require the following from you:
Marissa, Sam, and Angelica:
- write an anonymous letter in which you are thanking or critiquing a policy that was enforced at a school you attended. This school can be elementary, middle or high school.
- Keep audience in mind as to who you are addressing your letter to. Your goal is to inform your audience as to why you did or did not like the policy they enforced at their school.
- Word minimum of 250. Due Thursday at 6pm.
- Ex. Dress code policy, detention policies, carrying ID policies, leaving class policies, & attendance policies
Soviry and Sabrina:
- Answer the following survey question through the link:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1F2hlzRToS8_pD8-EvgC4ZTHh8y-3iyzi1-ixmGswWpg/edit?usp=sharing
- Answers will remain anonymous in class
- Please complete by Thursday night at 8:00PM
Nora, Alana, and Malaika:
Homework from me includes the following deadlines to meet as we continue with lessons:
- Research Journals: March 10th by your class time
- Annotated Bibliography: March 14th
AB Workshop will be on March 10th, so please be prepared to share an annotation with a peer that you want to workshop
I sent out the Library Consultation Doodle, so make sure you sign-up for a time. Remember, you must send me your Consultation form, and two annotations, by 10:00PM on the day you signed-up for your meeting.
I hope a lot of you did your “time for myself” activities. If not, you can join in mine with a clip from Ari below!
Song is called “Touch It” and it is FIYA. Do we still say that?