Students will receive the entire class period to finalize their Passion Projects for the semester. We will begin our Passion Project Presentations on Tuesday, May 29th.
This week students will be completing a Digital Review Packet. They will have access to a Google Doc that will show them what objectives they scored most poorly on during their SMAs and midterm. From there, they will watch EDpuzzle videos and complete review activities for each low performing objective before taking an assessment.
Many of our English 2 students will be going on a field trip to the NC Museum of Natural Science. Those staying back will have a variety of activities to choose from in Google Classroom.
Students will take a 16 question EOC style test. They will be required to use their Thinking Maps to answer all questions.
Students will begin the class by completing a survey in which they select objectives they would like to review before the EOC.
They will then go on to create an original strategy that students can use in order to analyze passages on a standardized test and answer questions.
Students will begin class by writing a letter to themselves detailing their goals for the final quarter of the year.
Once they are done, we will play a game of Jeopardy which reviews various concepts we have studied throughout the year.
Finally, students will analyze 10 EOC style multiple choice questions and identify which of the 7 Thinking Maps discussed in class would be the best to use in answering the question. This form can be found in the Google Classroom.
Students will begin the class by taking their final SMA of the year. They will then go on to work on their Passion Projects.
Once all students have completed their warm-ups for the day, they will go on finish their selection and Thinking Maps from the day before.
After we have completed the maps/selection as a class, students will be placed into groups to complete 2 selections with maps on their own as a group. Each student will be required to lead their group their at least 4 of the questions/maps and as a group they must all agree on the answers.
Students will complete their warm-up for the day and then go on to play the game "Name that Map!" Working in groups, they will be asked to identify which Thinking Map is being described in the question or which map would be used to answer the question.
Once they have finished the game, we will go on to work on a released EOC selection where we will identify which maps are to be used with each question and then use the maps to answer the questions themselves.