August 2016



August 31
1 Hour Delay - Fog

Periods 2, 5, 7
Students participated in a class discussion and viewed a PowerPoint about the value of getting an education. Part of the information focused on the wages earned at different educational levels.

Students were given a copy of an article (2 pages) that focused on the skills and abilities most needed to be successful in both high school and college.
Students were asked to highlight important details as they read the text.
We will be working on annotations tomorrow.

PowerPoint with stats about the Value of an Education

Job Skill Article - NONFICTION - Highlighting and Annotating

Periods 3, 6
Students participated in a class discussion and viewed a PowerPoint about the value of getting an education. Part of the information focused on the wages earned at different educational levels.

Students were given a copy of the first page of an article that focused on the skills and abilities most needed to be successful in both high school and college.
Students were asked to highlight important details as they read the text.
We will be working on the rest of the article and annotations tomorrow.

PowerPoint with stats about the Value of an Education

Job Skill Article - NONFICTION - Highlighting and Annotating





August 30

Periods 2, 5, 7
Students received school documents: agenda, student handbook, handbook sign-off sheet, insurance, Zika info, assessment calendar, cell phone opt-out form, and school menu.

Students were shown the PowerPoint "Who is Mr. Abbott?".
Students were asked to write 3 paragraphs about the important people in their lives, the important things in their lives, and how they see themselves and their personality.

Introduction Activity with Written Responses

Periods 3, 6
Students received school documents: agenda, student handbook, handbook sign-off sheet, insurance, Zika info, assessment calendar, cell phone opt-out form, and school menu.

Students were shown the PowerPoint "Who is Mr. Abbott?".
Students were asked to write 3 paragraphs about the important people in their lives, the important things in their lives, and how they see themselves and their personality.

Introduction Activity with Written Responses