Erwc Into The Wild Essay Google

WEEK TEN--March 12-16, 2018

Tuesday, March 13th

Agenda: 

  • Please welcome our guest speaker Deputy Probation Officer Tim Snyder (QUESTIONS LIST). Officer Snyder will be here for 1st period TODAY and FRIDAY 3/16.
  • Take notes

HOMEWORK:

  1. Make sure you are keeping track of sources in your Noodletools "Juvenile Justice" Source List and have AT LEAST NINE (9) sources/entries by the end of this week.
  2. Continue working on Issues & Evidence Chart
  3. Be ready to ask good questions of our guest speakers

Wednesday, March 14th

Agenda: 

HOMEWORK:

  1. Make sure you are keeping track of sources in your Noodletools "Juvenile Justice" Source List and have AT LEAST NINE (9) sources/entries by the end of this week.
  2. Continue working on Issues & Evidence Chart
  3. Be ready to ask good questions of our guest speakers

Thursday, March 15th

Agenda: 

HOMEWORK:
  1. Make sure you are keeping track of sources in your Noodletools "Juvenile Justice" Source List and have AT LEAST NINE (9) sources/entries by the end of this week.
  2. Continue working on Issues & Evidence Chart
  3. Be ready to ask good questions of our guest speakers

Friday, March 16th

Agenda: 

  • Please welcome back our guest speaker Deputy Probation Officer Tim Snyder (QUESTIONS LIST). 
  • Take notes (continued from Tuesday 3/13)

HOMEWORK:

  1. Make sure you are keeping track of sources in your Noodletools "Juvenile Justice" Source List and have AT LEAST NINE (9) sources/entries by the end of this week.
  2. Continue working on Issues & Evidence Chart
  3. Be ready to ask good questions of our guest speakers

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WEEK NINE--March 5-9, 2018

Tuesday, March 6th and Wednesday, March 7th

Agenda: 

HOMEWORK:

  1. Make sure you are keeping track of sources in your Noodletools "Juvenile Justice" Source List and have AT LEAST NINE (9) sources/entries by the end of this week.
  2. Continue working on Issues & Evidence Chart
  3. Be ready to ask good questions of our guest speakers

Thursday, March 8th and Friday, March 9th

Agenda: 

HOMEWORK:
  1. Make sure you are keeping track of sources in your Noodletools "Juvenile Justice" Source List and have AT LEAST NINE (9) sources/entries by the end of this week.
  2. Continue working on Issues & Evidence Chart
  3. Be ready to ask good questions of our guest speakers

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WEEK EIGHT--February 26-March 2, 2018

Tuesday, Feb. 27th

Agenda: 

HOMEWORK:
  1. Make sure you have SEVEN (7) entries in your Noodletools "Juvenile Justice" Source List 
  2. Continue working on the Issues & Evidence Chart 

Wednesday, Feb. 28th and Thursday, March 1st

Agenda: 

  • Please welcome our guest speaker Jim Tomaino
  • Take notes
HOMEWORK:
  1. Make sure you are keeping track of sources in your Noodletools "Juvenile Justice" Source List and have at least NINE (9) sources/entries by the end of this week. You will have time to research in class on Friday 3/2.
  2. Continue working on Issues & Evidence Chart
  3. Be ready to ask good questions of our guest speakers

Friday, March 2nd

Agenda:

RESUME...

WATCH...

  • Choose one or more of the following videos and watch for the following:
  1. 1990s and "superpredators"
  2. solitary confinement
  3. mental health and medicating young people
  4. racial disparities
  5. adult court and mandatory minimums

HOMEWORK:

  1. Make sure you are keeping track of sources in your Noodletools "Juvenile Justice" Source List and have at least NINE (9) sources/entries by the end of this week.
  2. Continue working on Issues & Evidence Chart
  3. Be ready to ask good questions of our guest speakers

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WEEK SEVEN--February 19-23, 2018

Tuesday, Feb. 20th

Agenda:

KEEPING TRACK OF SOURCES...

  • Discuss the importance of keeping track of sources for the upcoming Juvenile Justice essay--organization, extensive citation requirements --->Works Consulted (10 sources minimum) and Works Cited (5 sources minimum) for this project...
  • Create a new list in your Noodletools account, title it "Juvenile Justice Spring 2018," and share with Sayles ERWC Spring 2018 Period__. (Sharing the list with Ms. Sayles is worth 5 points.)
  • Enter the following sources into your list: 
  1. Frontline PBS: "Juvenile Justice" Video (click link for citation information)
  2. "Kids are Kids--Until They Commit Crimes" by Marjie Lundstrom (cite as a reprinted article from a newspaper; the "container" website is CSU ERWC Online Community; no url)
  3. "Startling Finds on Teenage Brains" by Paul Thompson (cite same as #2 above)
  4. Frontline PBS: "Stick-Up Kid" Video (click link for citation information)

CONTINUE RESEARCHING...

HOMEWORK:

  1. Make sure all of today's classwork is completed.

Wednesday, Feb. 21st

Agenda:

DISCUSSION...

  • Review and discuss Activities #5 and #6

BEGIN HOMEWORK...

  • Enter into Noodletools the source you will use for your homework assignment. CLICK HERE for source info.
  • Begin watching videos--see information below.

HOMEWORK:

  1. Watch two chapters of “Teenager’s Inexplicable Behavior” PBS Frontline and take notes (either handwritten notes or via google doc). DUE THURS 2/22--FRI 2/23; WORTH 20 POINTS.
    1. WATCH THE FIRST CHAPTER: “The Wiring of the Adolescent Brain” (starts at approx. 10 min 30 sec; clip is 7 minutes long)
    2. WATCH THE SECOND CHAPTER: “You Just Don’t Understand” (starts at approx. 25 min; clip is 7 minutes long)

Thursday, Feb. 22nd

Agenda: 

  1. Ashley Jones--->Charles Stimson speaks about her case and picture & article
HOMEWORK:
  1. Complete a first-read of our second set of two articles--"On Punishment and Teen Killers" by Jennifer Jenkins and "Juveniles Don't Deserve Life Sentences" by Gail Garinger

Friday, Feb. 23rd

Agenda: 

HOMEWORK:
  1. Make sure you have SEVEN (7) entries in your Noodletools "Juvenile Justice" Source List

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WEEK SIX--February 12-16, 2018

Tuesday, Feb. 13th

Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

  1. FINAL DRAFT of Into the Wild Essay due on or before WED 2/14 at 11:59 pm submitted to turnitin.com--WORTH 250 POINTS

Wednesday, Feb. 14th

Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

  1. FINAL DRAFT of Into the Wild Essay due BY TONIGHT at 11:59 pm submitted to turnitin.com--WORTH 250 POINTS

Thursday, Feb. 15th

Agenda: 

HOMEWORK:

  1. Complete a FIRST READ of both articles for Friday 2/16

Friday, Feb. 16th

Agenda: 

HOMEWORK:

  1. Complete Activity #6 and make sure all classwork from Thurs/Fri is completed. Activities #5 and #6 will be stamped next Tuesday 2/20

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WEEK FIVE--February 5-9, 2018

Tuesday, Feb. 6th

Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

  1. FINAL DRAFT of Into the Wild Essay due on or before FRIDAY 2/9 at 11:59 pm submitted to turnitin.com--WORTH 250 POINTS
  2. Classwork due (for extra credit) on Tues 2/13--ITW Film Handout, "To Build a Fire" annotations,...

Wednesday, Feb. 7th

Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

  1. FINAL DRAFT of Into the Wild Essay due on or before FRIDAY 2/9 at 11:59 pm submitted to turnitin.com--WORTH 250 POINTS
  2. Classwork due (for extra credit) on Tues 2/13--ITW Film Handout, "To Build a Fire" annotations,...
  3. Activity #3--WORTH 100 POINTS--due on or before Tues 2/13

Thursday, Feb. 8th

Agenda: 

HOMEWORK:
  1. FINAL DRAFT of Into the Wild Essay due on or before FRIDAY 2/9 at 11:59 pm submitted to turnitin.com--WORTH 250 POINTS
  2. Classwork due (for extra credit) on Tues 2/13--ITW Film Handout, "To Build a Fire" annotations,...
  3. Activity #3--WORTH 100 POINTS--due on or before Tues 2/13

Friday, Feb. 9th

Agenda: 

HOMEWORK:

  1. FINAL DRAFT of Into the Wild Essay due on or before TONIGHT at 11:59 pm submitted via turnitin.com--WORTH 250 POINTS
  2. Classwork (for extra credit) due on Tues 2/13--ITW Film Handout, "To Build a Fire" annotations...
  3. Activity #3--WORTH 100 POINTS--due on or before Tues 2/13

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WEEK FOUR--January 29-February 2, 2018

Tuesday, January 30th

Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

  1. FINAL DRAFT of Into the Wild Essay due on or before FRIDAY 2/9 Sunday 2/4 at 11:59 pm submitted to turnitin.com--WORTH 250 POINTS
  2. Classwork due (for extra credit) on Tues 2/13--ITW Film Handout, "To Build a Fire" annotations,...

Wednesday, January 31st

Agenda: 

HOMEWORK:

  1. FINAL DRAFT of Into the Wild Essay due on or before FRIDAY 2/9 Sunday 2/4 at 11:59 pm submitted to turnitin.com--WORTH 250 POINTS
  2. Classwork due (for extra credit) on Tues 2/13--ITW Film Handout, "To Build a Fire" annotations,...

Thursday, February 1st

Agenda: 

  • Peer Edit. Make revisions. Use the Writing Resources page. This is the LAST DAY we will work on the essay in class. Please notice the due date has changed. 

HOMEWORK:

  1. FINAL DRAFT of Into the Wild Essay due on or before FRIDAY 2/9 Sunday 2/4 at 11:59 pm submitted to turnitin.com--WORTH 250 POINTS
  2. Classwork due (for extra credit) on Tues 2/13--ITW Film Handout, "To Build a Fire" annotations,...

Friday, February 2nd

Agenda: 

HOMEWORK:

  1. FINAL DRAFT of Into the Wild Essay due on or before FRIDAY 2/9 Sunday 2/4 at 11:59 pm submitted via turnitin.com--WORTH 250 POINTS
  2. Classwork (for extra credit) due on Tues 2/13--ITW Film Handout, "To Build a Fire" annotations...
  3. Juvenile Justice Activity #3 WORTH 100 POINTS--due date to be announced...

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WEEK THREE--January 22-26, 2018

Tuesday, January 23rd

Agenda:

  • Conduct Socratic Seminar...worth 50 points.
  1. Discuss "Why are we still talking about Chris McCandless?" by Laura Moss and three meaningful questions
  2. Discuss Socratic Seminar Questions

HOMEWORK:

Follow the directions below to set up your essay. Worth 50 points total. Due on or before 7:25 am on Wednesday---so by the time you walk into class on Wednesday 1/24 this should be complete.

  • Create a new google doc. Title it ITW Essay Spring 2018 YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAME, CLASS PERIOD so for example if your name is John Smith and you are in 1st period, you would title your doc ITW Essay Spring 2018 John Smith, 1 and then SHARE with [email protected](5 points).
  • Include the proper MLA-formatted heading, running head and page numbers, and margins. Write a working title (15 points).
  • Write a working introduction of no less than five sentences. Type your working thesis and be sure to highlight/underline your working thesis. Refer to your "Belief Statement" card as a starting point for your working thesis. Don't forget that, per the Writing Task, you need to "explain Callarman's argument and discuss to what extent you agree/disagree and why." The introduction seems an appropriate place to explain Callarman's argument. Remember to give context and "lead the reader in"--go from broad to narrow--in the introduction (10 points for working thesis; 20 points for introduction).

Wednesday, January 24th

Agenda: 

  • WARM-UP
  • Revise introductory paragraph so that you are turning in the best possible draft
  • Review rubric and expectations for ITW essay
HOMEWORK:
  1. First Draft of Into the Wild Essay due on Tuesday 1/30--WORTH 50 POINTS
  2. FINAL DRAFT of Into the Wild Essay due on or before Sunday 2/4 at 11:59 pm submitted via Turnitin.com
  3. Classwork (for extra credit) due on Tuesday 2/6--ITW Film Handout, "To Build a Fire" Annotations, etc.

Thursday, January 25th

Agenda: 

  • Read and grade three example essays (see "downloads & links" and scroll down to Into the Wild--Summative Assessment section; read Example Essays 10, 12, & 14)
  • Group discussion and grade norming

HOMEWORK:

  1. First Draft of Into the Wild Essay due on Tuesday 1/30--WORTH 50 POINTS
  2. FINAL DRAFT of Into the Wild Essay due on or before Sunday 2/4 at 11:59 pm submitted via Turnitin.com
  3. Classwork (for extra credit) due on Tuesday 2/6--ITW Film Handout, "To Build a Fire" Annotations, etc.

Friday, January 26th

Agenda: 

HOMEWORK:

  1. First Draft of Into the Wild Essay due on TUESDAY 1/30--WORTH 50 POINTS
  2. FINAL DRAFT of Into the Wild Essay due on or before Sunday 2/4 at 11:59 pm submitted via Turnitin.com
  3. Classwork (for extra credit) due on Tuesday 2/6--ITW Film Handout, "To Build a Fire" Annotations, etc.
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WEEK TWO--January 15-19, 2018

Tuesday 1/16

Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

  1. Socratic Seminar Prep Work DUE TOMORROW (Wed 1/17)--see above under "agenda" for assignment.
  2. Talk to FIVE (5) current juniors about ERWC...have them sign the form...turn in the form by Friday 1/19...earn up to 25 points extra credit.

Wednesday 1/17

Agenda:

  • Socratic Seminar Prep Work DUE.
  • Continue watching the film version of Into the Wild. Complete Film Analysis AFTER watching the film.

HOMEWORK:

  1. If Prep Work for the Socratic Seminar is not turned in on Wed, it can be submitted for 1/2 credit on Thurs 1/18
  2. Talk to FIVE (5) current juniors about ERWC...have them sign the form...turn in the form by Friday 1/19...earn up to 25 points extra credit.

Thursday 1/18

Agenda: 

  • Socratic Seminar Prep Work for 1/2 credit (late) DUE. If you turned your work in on time, this does not appy to you.
  • Finish watching Into the Wild
  • Distribute, complete, and discuss Film Analysis 

HOMEWORK:

  1. Talk to FIVE (5) current juniors about ERWC...have them sign the form...turn in the form by Friday 1/19...earn up to 25 points extra credit.

Friday 1/19

Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

  1. Talk to FIVE (5) current juniors about ERWC...have them sign the form...turn in the form by TODAY...earn up to 25 points extra credit.

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WEEK ONE--January 8-12, 2018

Tuesday 1/9

Agenda:

  • Review answers for "First Semester Reflection" assignment and collect
  • Distribute Permission Slips for Into the Wild film (DUE NEXT CLASS PERIOD--worth 20 points)

HOMEWORK:

  1. Permission Slip for Into the Wild film DUE NEXT CLASS PERIOD--worth 20 points

Wednesday 1/10

Agenda:

  • Permission Slips due. Worth 20 points.
  • WARM UP--"Belief Statement" Assignment for Chris McCandless
  • EXPLORING LITERATURE--Research Jack London and read the short story "To Build a Fire"
  1. Read a brief biography of Jack London and note three characteristics, traits, or experiences that would have appealed to McCandless
  2. Begin reading "To Build a Fire" by Jack London. While reading, use two different colors to annotate for the following--COLOR ONE: What would McCandless find interesting and/or relatable in this story? COLOR TWO: What MISTAKES does the man make? What could McCandless have learned from the man (main character) and the dog?

HOMEWORK:

  1. Make sure all classwork is complete

Thursday 1/11

Agenda: 

HOMEWORK:

  1. Socratic Seminar preparation work (read & annotate article, write 3 questions) DUE WED 1/17

Friday 1/12

Agenda:

  • Finish reading and annotating "To Build a Fire" by Jack London (see directions above)
  • Begin watching Into the Wild. Complete Film Analysis after watching the film.

HOMEWORK:

  1. Socratic Seminar preparation work (read & annotate article, write 3 questions) DUE WED 1/17

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Обычно же открытый текст поступал на принтер Стратмора за считанные минуты. Она взглянула на скоростное печатное устройство позади письменного стола шефа. В нем ничего не .

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