Monday, March 6, 2017

Welcome back! I will be gone today and tomorrow and you will be in the kind care of Ms. Westre. Please be helpful to her and have fun!

DO NOW (15 min.)

Write your Letter to Ms. Kesti in a SeeSaw note. This week's questions:

* What does justice mean to you?

* What was one interesting new thing you learned last week?

* What was the best thing you wrote or made last week?

* What did you do that was fun last week?

* What do you think the weekly quote means? Make your best guess:

"a riot is the language of the unheard." --Martin Luther King, Jr.



1. Do Now: Letter to Ms. Kesti reflecting on last week

2. Upload your work from last week and score yourself--turn score sheet in to basket

3. D.E.A.R. or History Day video in the hall with a classmate. (Should be quiet in the classroom.)


Read for at least 20 minutes.

Look here if you need something new to read.

***Remember your History Day Video is due TODAY. Upload to SeeSaw--yellow folder.

***Your Reading Life Interview with someone 14+ is due 3/17.

Learning Goals

Students can reflect on their learning and work of the past week.

Students can evaluate their own writing.

Students can share their History Day research verbally and respond to questions about their research.

Students can choose a book that is engaging and readable.


"a riot is the language of the unheard." --Martin Luther King, Jr.

Do your best work,

Ms. K

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