Ms. Kittelson 2013-2014
Monday, January 20, 2014

NO CLASS  - MLK DAY

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Grade 6 ELA:
> Write in your private
journal or read silently
> Work in Literature Circles. Use "How to Read a Narrative" and Lit Circle Procedures as tools

Grade 7(A) ELA Enrichment:
> Write a persuasive essay

Grade 10 ELA:
> Write in your private
journal or read silently
> Continue working on your business/non-profit. To understand why you have such an assignment, read Chapter 2 of "Pedagogy of the Oppressed" (or buy the whole book at amazon.com)

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Grade 6 ELA:
> Write in your private
journal or read silently
> Work in Literature Circles. Use "
How to Read a Narrative" and Lit Circle Procedures as tools

Grade 7(A) ELA Enrichment:
> Write a
persuasive essay

Grade 10 ELA:
> Write in your private
journal or read silently
> Continue reading and discussing Ch. 2 of "Pedagogy of the Oppressed" Answer Q's: What does "pedagogy" mean? What is "oppression"? Is school oppressive? What about school do you like? What about school do you dislike? How would you design the ideal school system?

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Grade 6 ELA:
> Write in your private
journal or read silently
> Write a
persuasive essay

Grade 7(A) ELA Enrichment:
> Continue writing your persuasive essay

Grade 10 ELA:
> Write in your private
journal or read silently
> Further develop your point of view by writing a
persuasive essay

Friday, January 24, 2014

Grade 6 ELA:
> Write in your private
journal or read silently
> Complete and turn in your
persuasive essay

Grade 7(A) ELA Enrichment:
> Complete and turn in your
persuasive essay
> Play word games (Parts of Speech Bingo, Boggle, Scrabble, etc.)

Grade 10 ELA:
> Write in your private
journal or read silently
> Work on your essay and "Pedagogy of the Oppressed" questions