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EF1 2.06 5 W Questions

EF1 2.06 5 W QuestionsReview 2.05 Drawing ConclusionsStudy Island:Characters and PlotWelcome to English!!Bell Work

Batter up! One of the gratest baseball players of alltime, Roger Maris, was born in Minnesota on September 10 1934. One of Maris's bigest accomplish ments hapened in 1961. He hit 61 homeruns that year. He broke a record that has been set by Babe Ruth in 1927. Maris's record held until 1998, when slugger Mark McGwire hit 70 home runs. Maris received the American Leagues MVP award in 1960 and 1961. He dies in 1985.

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- See more at: http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/edit/edit0906.shtml#sthash.IY0LITFl.dpuf2Answer KeyBatter up! One of the greatest baseball players of all time, Roger Maris, was born in Minnesota on September 10, 1934. One of Maris's biggest accomplishments happened in 1961. He hit 61 home runs that year. He broke a record that had been set by Babe Ruth in 1927. Maris's record held until 1998, when slugger Mark McGwire hit 70 home runs. Maris received the American League's MVP award in 1960 and 1961. He died in 1985. - See more at: http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/edit/edit0906.shtml#sthash.IY0LITFl.dpuf

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3Quote of the day

Getting to know YOU!Hop on the mic in order, and tell me your Favorite animal!If you dont have a mic, type it in chat!

Today

Study IslandEach week you will be assigned 2 3 topic assignments to complete in order to earn your passports.

You can access the site through TotalView or at https://theisland.studyisland.com.

Study Island https://theisland.studyisland.com

Username: student ID@utva Example: 123456@utvaPassword: utvaStudy IslandMain page

Click on My ClassesStudy IslandAssignmentsFor English, you can access the assignment for the week through the ELA pathway.

Weekly assignment will be listed. Click on it to access the topic.10Study IslandMake sure you are answering at least TEN questions per topic and aim towards 70% accuracy to earn a blue ribbon!

Click on the topic and complete at least 10 questions with 70% accuracy.Study Island Pathways due:Characters

Plot

122.05 Review: Drawing ConclusionsTurner almost wished that he hadnt listened to the radio. He went to the closet and grabbed his umbrella. He would feel silly carrying it to the bus stop on such a sunny morning.

Which probably happened?

a. Turner realized that he had an unnatural fear of falling radio parts.b. Turner had promised himself to do something silly that morning.c. Turner had heard a weather forecast that predicted rain.d. Turner planned to trade his umbrella for a bus ride.

132.05 Review: Drawing ConclusionsNo, Honey, I dont want you to spend a lot of money on my birthday present. Just having you for a husband is the only gift I need. In fact, Ill just drive my old rusty bucket of bolts down to the mall and buy myself a little present. And if the poor old car doesn't break down, Ill be back soon.

What is the message?

a. I dont want a gift.b. Buy me a new car.c. The mall is fun.d. Ill carry a bucket for you.

DictionariesSkippedAdorableJoyfulwashing14Attention!

By the end of our lesson today, we should be able toLearn how to ask important questions when we read:

This will help you understand online news articles, magazine articles, and other print and electronic media. It will even help you with your school work!

WhoWhatWhenWhereWhyHow?

CC Standard and ObjectiveDetermine which citations demonstrate what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.

C- I can apply the 5 W's to identify details in reading C- I can compose a writing sample using the 5 W's to expand my writingL- I can find specific information in a reading passage using the 5 W'sL-I can create sentences using details discovered from the 5 W's

2.06: 5 W QuestionsI doIDo

WhoWhatWhenWhereWhyHow?

2.06: 5 W QuestionsWe doWeDo

WhoWhatWhenWhereWhyHow?

2.06: 5 W QuestionsYou doYouDoName:__________________

WhoWhatWhenWhereWhyHow?

Summary and PreviewToday we reviewed 2.05: Drawing Conclusions

Today we learned2.06: 5 W Questions

Tomorrow you will learn2.07: Sentences Defined

Dreaded Homework!

Past due: 2.01-2.05

Study Island:ThemeSummary

Writing assessment in k-mail

(Past Due: Sun September 14th @ midnight)

Due this week:2.06-2.10

Study Island: CharactersPlot

(Due Sun, September 21st @ midnight)Late WorkAfter the Sunday at midnight deadline, theres a 25% deduction from then till the end of the semester course.

Accommodations made for SpEd students

Late work is highly discouraged!!

Office HoursAll Office Hours are open to all SpEd StudentsMrs. Rush- Mon at 3-4 pm

Mr. RodenboughM-TH at 10-11:30 amFriday 11-2 pm

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25 Attendance TIME!!Secret Word is?

TitanicClass: English Foundations 1Teacher: Wendy RushDate: 9/15/2014Send me a k-mail if you watched the recording. Put your class and the secret word in the SUBJECT line of a k-mail.Example: EF1, secret wordhttp://tinyurl.com/UTVA-HS-Attendence 26Ticket out the doorOne new thing you learned today!