March 20 and 21 - I am out at training. You are reading "Farewell to Manzanar" in the textbook. You have a reading guide to guide you through what you should be noticing as you read. You then are to answer questions 6, 7, 8, and 10 of the after reading questions. When you have done both of those steps, then you want to brainstorm and plan your answer for the Lesson question. I will post the reading guide document and the Lesson Question tomorrow after I have swung by school after my training. I don't know what time that will be. The work you did in class should have been submitted to the substitute. The substitute will not lose your assignment. If it's not in my stack of papers, you didn't turn it in.
Extra credit assignments are due today for Odd classes and tomorrow for Even classes. No lates.
This file marked "Sub work" is the READING GUIDE for "FAREWELL to MANZANAR"
March 24 - ODD DAY - many students did not get very far with the work from Thursday. It kind of makes you wonder what exactly the student did for the 84 minutes of class. Please see today's pptx for what we did today. For more information about the Manzanar internment camp, see the Manzanar National Historic site web page.
March 31/April 1(odd/even) - station work - rotating groups. Students worked on three different assignments concerning revising CSETs. Odd day classes included reading comprehension work. Even day classes did not as we had shortened periods due to advisory.