August 27

All classes

English:

Sign in

Name plates and folders

Shout out names

Garrett intro


CCE:

Icebreaker

Show Franklin website


28A

Opener:

What do you know about your name? Do you like it? Why or why not? What are some nicknames you have had? 


Icebreaker #1-name tag


Website and Classroom Expectations-

Take notes and study for Kahoot on Thursday


Hall passes


iPads-

Explore my website


Icebreaker: Questions list

29B

Opener: Life Story


CCE Syllabus


Chromebook Cart


Google Classroom


Getting to Know You Survey


Newsela


Put together planner and decorate




HW: Get classroom expectations handout signed

30A

Rights and Responsibilities Lesson:
2nd period-
pass out and sign
Cover: admin, vision, mission
Franklin STRONG p 2
About FHS, purpose p 3
We Believe p 4
School Maps p 5-8

3rd period-
Academic Info p 9
Add/Drop p 9
Grading System p 10 and 11
Diploma Requirements p 12
Academic Integrity p 25


Kahoot on Classroom Expectations and Grading


"Unforgettable"


Review info you wrote about your name and make additions, put in Classroom


"My Name is Esperanza" by Sandra Cisneros


"Pam, I am" by Ms. Garrett


More models


My name worksheet


31B

Classroom Expectations signature sheet due


Rights and Responsibilities lesson:
6th period-
​Schoolwide Values p 19
Behavior Matrix p 20-22
Discipline Procedures p 22
Problem Behaviors p 25

8th period-
Community agreements and expectations p 33-34
Respectful Lesson Plan
(FHS internal-"Climate")


What is your passion? What do you love to do? Why? (This could be done in the planner or on a piece of paper. Just a brainstorm to prepare for the class. Have some of the students share out.)


Show "What If Money Were No Object" by Alan Watts


The career paths of my brother and I


"What Matters To You"

a survey

and How to use Kami

Sept 3

Holiday-Labor Day




Sept 4A

Name Poem:


"My Name is not..."
Non-examples

Add to your poem and type up and Submit in Classroom


Finished? Write a "My name is not...." poem

5B             SSR

Values Essay:

Values cards

and Values frame


Essay notes (blank)


Garrett's essay notes


Values List

6A

Writing warm up: What are the characteristics of a story?


Elements of a Story Plot

How to use Notability-

Highlighting activity on Plot

Conflict: orange

Rising Action: yellow

Climax:green

Falling action: blue

Resolution: pink


Read "Thank You, Ma'm"


Plot out story


7B              SSR

Continue to work on Values Essay pre-write


Textbook pick up:

6th period-10:40-11:24

8th period-2:30-3:15

10A

Elements of a Story:


How dialogue help us understand more about the characters? Go back and look at "Thank You, Ma'am"

(Google Classroom Question)

2nd period link

3rd period link


How to format dialogue


Dialogue and characterization activity


Write your own dialogue

(in classroom)

11B          

Scavenger Hunt


How Organized Are You?


SSR

12A         Tutorial

My Name Poem due today

Elements of a Story: character


View Film 7:30-13:24


 Read "Two Kinds"

Plot it out


Characterization on Elements of a Story


Words that describe character


Group activity with  characterization


Finish up name poems

13B          Tutorial


Library Lesson #1: basic library protocols and logistics, quick catalog demo, finding what you love to read (GoodReads etc), book talk and check out for SSR

6th 9:40-10:56

8th 12:59-2:16

14A

2nd period:

fim 


3rd period:

Ellen Hopkins

17B              SSR


Values Essay assignment

Ms. Garrett's values essay

Values essay mark up


 "This I believe" 

info


Continue writing body paragraphs


18A

Elements of a Story:

Continue group activity with characterization and share out


Add to list of topics for narrative based on ideas from "Two Kinds"


"Reindeer Games"

and setting description

19B            SSR

Continue Work on Values Essay or This I Believe


Introduction


Conclusion


Write your introduction and conclusion


Writing Resources:

How to Format a Paper for Ms. Garrett

20A        Tutorial


Continue with setting in "Reindeer Games"


Elements of a Story:

Review Elements of short story, annotating for theme

Go over How to Annotate


Read and annotate
"The Interlopers" by Saki

finish annotation and debrief


Add more narrative topics



21B        Tutorial

Library Lesson #2: The FHS Toolbox & MCL digital resources

6th 9:40-10:56

8th 12:59-2:16

24A

Elements of a Story:


Quiz: "The Interlopers" paragraph 1-4


Read and annotate "The Interlopers"


How to find the theme- a video


Theme activity: Making a claim and supporting it


25B              SSR

Informative Essay scoring guide


Finish Values Essay


26A         Tutorial


Watch Theme Video from last class and write steps for how to determine a theme on index card, then tape in folder


Theme paragraph: 

"Interloper" themes and support


Theme paragraph template




27B        Tutorial

SSR

Values Essay due


Check grades


Work on values essay, read and re-read before turning in


Work on other work or read

28A

"The Danger of a Single Story" (3 minute cut)

Chimamanda Adichie


Begin narrative writing:
Choose a topic 
Plot out your story


Your personal narrative

assignment and models






Oct 1B         SSR

Elements of Fiction


Narrative Writing Scoring Guide

Work on your narrative


2A

Narrative Writing:

Kinds of sentences video


Conjunction info


Kinds of sentences frame


HW-Complete plot, begin to add dialogue, character and setting description

3B

Library Lesson #3: 

How to evaluate a website/RADCAB/Fake News (Digital Citizenship Lesson)

6th 9:55-11:24

8th 1:45-3:15

4A         Tutorial

Theme Paragraph due

Narrative Writing

Using strong verbs video


Strong Verbs handout


Continue to refine your narrative by....

*adding dialogue

*check your 'write your own dialogue' assignment for info on formatting

*adding character and/or setting description

*checking kinds of sentences and adding variety

*looking at verbs and adding strong verbs

*look over narrative checklist

*look over narrative scoring guide

*look over formatting info


5B          Assembly

SSR

Work on narrative


What to do today on your narrative.pdf

8A

Elements of a story:

"Raymond's Run" by Toni Cade Bambara


Assessments based on the text and your work with character and theme


9B               

Pick up Catcher in the Rye copies

2nd: 10:30

3rd 12:15


Last day in class for narrative:

Narrative Scoring Guide

First Two Words activity


10          No periods

PSAT Day

Early Dismissal

11A

Intro to Catcher in the Rye:

Anthropological  Wheel  with Dead Poets' Society

12

No School-

Statewide Teacher Inservice

15B            SSR


Begin Lifeboat Project


Lifeboat Project directions and rubric


Basic information form




16A

Novel: Catcher In the Rye


Catcher in the Rye page


Values List

Character handout

Character padlet


Literary Devices website

Literary devices handout

Literary devices padlet


HW-Finish reading chapters 1-6

17B            SSR


Work on Lifeboat Project


18A        Tutorial

Narrative Paper due

Novel: Catcher In the Rye


Quiz on chapters 1-6


Read chapter 7-9 

track passages


HW-Read chapters 7-9

19B      Tutorial

                SSR

Work on Lifeboat Project

Lifeboat Project Due


22A

Novel: Catcher In the Rye


Read chapters 10-12

Work on tracking and chapter summary and titles



HW-Finish reading Chapters 10-12 and continue with sticky note tracking

23B           SSR


Grade check in


Naviance set up


Oregon CIS
1)login with username: 1Franklin and password: FHS03 (that’s a zero), then create your own portfolio/profile.  You will use your new username and password to login from this point on. 

Explore the site and after you have, take the Interest Profiler survey, which can be found under the Exploration Tab (under Find Career Assessments)

Write a reflection of the information from the Interest Profiler. What did you find out about yourself and what careers might be suited to you? Do you think your results were accurate? Why or why not? Call this document: Interest Profiler reflection


24A         Tutorial

Novel: Catcher In the Rye

Quiz on chapters 7-9

Funnel strategy on chapters 10-12

Continue tracking values, characteristics or literary devices

HW-Read chapters 13-15

25B          Tutorial

Mindfulness Class

26A      End of Quarter

Novel: Catcher In the Rye

Share out Funnel strategy


Save the Last Word for Me
Chapters 13-15

HW-Read chapters 16-19

Oct 29

No school for students-

Planning Day for teachers




30B             SSR


Write about endings for story slam


Oregon CIS Skills Worksheet


Read chapters 16-19 in Catcher in the Rye

31A

Novel: Catcher In the Rye

Quiz CR 16-19


Go over quiz and talk about important passages for character or literary devices


Poe short stories for Halloween

The Tell-Tale Heart

Masque of the Red Death

Cask of Amontillado


HW-Read chapters 20-21

Nov 1B        SSR

Catcher in the Rye 

Work on digital resources 

and share out


Read chapters 20-21 

2A

Novel: Catcher in the Rye

Go over 20-21

Read chapter 22 together in class

Track passages and name chapters


HW-Read chapters 23-24

5B         SSR

Digital Citizenship research


Getting Started:

Sign in to Google Applied Digital Skills


Class Code:

6th---DG6575

8th---W3FTT7


Organize Team Drives


Create a Google Doc for info


Info on format for citing sources at oslis.org



6A

Novel: Catcher in the Rye

Go over chapters 23-24

Read chapters 25-26 together in class


What is the theme of Catcher in the Rye?


Write in preparation for the socratic seminar:

Is Holden a static or dynamic character? Explain your choice.

What are Holden's most important values?

Why do you think the novel was set at Christmas time?


Continue tracking passages

7B              SSR

Digital Citizenship research:


Group Norms


Check-in-Steps


How to use a source without plagiarizing


How to authenticate a source

Rubric


How to Create a Google Site

(start in the Team Drive)


Exit Ticket


8A          Tutorial

Field Trip Slips to PSU

Due 11/15


How to participate in a Socratic Seminar


Model Socratic Seminar


20 minute timer


Theme of Catcher in the Rye

9B          Tutorial

                 SSR

Digital Citizenship research:

Research continues and website created

Exit ticket

Nov 12

No School-Veterans' Day




13A

Field Trip Slips

Socratic Seminar on Holden's Values


What is the theme of Catcher in the Rye?


Holden's values essay assignment and checklist
Ms. Garrett's Holden's values essay
Holden Values essay frame

Argument mini-unit

14B             SSR


Pass back papers


Work on digital citizenship project:


Sexting model site


Exit ticket

15A

Theme-Catcher in the Rye


Work on paper

Complete graphic organizer and begin writing

16B          

Citing Sources:

Citation Maker

Sample Works Cited page


Digital Citizenship 

Final day to work on project in class


Presentations due Monday, December 3rd


Nov 19th


Conferences

Nov 20th


Conferences

21

        Thanksgiving Break




22

       Thanksgiving Break

23

       Thanksgiving Break

26A

Self Guided tour of PSU info


Informative/Argumentative essay rubric


Model Essay-closer look


Work on

Literary Analysis



27B

Field Trip to PSU


6th and 8th: Work on Lit analysis papers

28A         Tutorial


How to Embed Quotes


Literary Analysis

29B        Tutorial

SSR 


Literary Analysis Checklist

Work on Lit Analysis


Check in with group for presentations on Monday

Practice presenting


Go over rubric with group


HW: Pack headphones

Work on paper

30A


Kinds of sentences


Fragments and Run-ons

 How to fix them


Last day in class for Lit Analysis papers-due 12/13

NO LATE PAPERS!

Dec 3B

Digital Citizenship presentations


4A

What Makes a Hero? What does it mean to be a hero? What is your own definition?

What makes a hero?

Hero's Journey info
a jigsaw

Notes on Hero's Journey

Hero's Journey- A Toy Story example


Begin Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure


5B              SSR

Community 101 begins:

Identity and Community handout

Who are you as part of a community?

Defining community together:

pairs, 4s, 6s, large group

Chunking the text

Four corners

Reflection

6A          Tutorial

Hero's Journey


Finish film and hero's journey map


HW: Map out hero's journey of your favorite story

7B             Tutorial

SSR

Community 101 continues:

Newsela Articles

Marking the Text

Annotating the Text-AP Seminar


Cornell notes on Community



Types of Community Service

10A

Hero's Journey in Newsela


Look over versions of The Odyssey


The Odyssey-

Introduction

Notes


Literary Tea Party 


11B

Mindfulness Class

12A         Tutorial

The Odyssey:

Where in the World Did Odysseus go?


Adventures Jigsaw and share out: jigsaw assignment link


3rd period slide show

13B        Tutorial

SSR

Community 101 continues:

Lit analysis papers due

14A

The Odyssey-film

The Iliad


Take back Catcher in the Rye copies


2nd 11:00

3rd 1:15

Dec 31

No school-Holiday




Jan1

No school-Holiday

2B               SSR

Community Service continues

Wasteland

3A


The Odyssey-film

Tracking the Hero's Journey

4B

Final day for community service


Grade check

Final exam info and prep

7A

The Odyssey-film

Tracking the Hero's Journey


Odyssey Graphic Organizer


8B              SSR

Two Career Pathways

9A     Tutorial

The Odyssey

complete graphic organizer and prep for Socratic Seminar

10B           Tutorial

SSR

Two Career Pathways

11A

The Odyssey 

Socratic Seminar

14B           SSR

Two Career Pathways





15          All Periods

English: Final Review Game

CCE: Finish Two Career Pathways-Plan Presentation

16            Finals

English: Multiple Choice Test on Writing and Course Evaluation


CCE: Two Career Pathways Presentations

17          Finals18         Finals


College and Career Exploration-CCE

Ms. Garrett online

English/Language Arts