The Beattie office is now closed.
The office will re-open on Monday, July 24th.
Office hours will be from 7:30am-3:30pm.
Counselors will return on Wednesday, July 26th.
Weekly Agenda 5/22-5/26
MONDAY: Crispin ch. 46-51
TUESDAY: Crispin ch. 52-55 & Final Exam Study Guide
WEDNESDAY: Crispin ch. 56-58 & Final Exam Study Guide
THURSDAY: Crispin Review Game (questions under class files)
FRIDAY: Crispin Test (all chapters)
Weekly Agenda 5/15-5/19
CAASPP Testing all week.
Get a good night's rest, healthy breakfast, and do your best!
Weekly Agenda 5/8-5/12
MONDAY: Vocabulary (define and use in a sentence) & Read ch. 33-34
TUESDAY: Sensory Language Opener & Read ch. 35-37
WEDNESDAY: SBAC Practice Test (no need for make-ups if absent)
If you want to practice more, visit the CAASPP link under our class links section.
THURSDAY: Read ch. 38-41 & work on Character Development Worksheet
FRIDAY: Read ch. 42-45 & Quiz for ch. 33-45
Weekly Agenda 5/1-5/5
**BARF LOG AND ONE-PAGER DUE FRIDAY, MAY 5TH**
MONDAY: Crispin ch. 22-24
TUESDAY: Crispin ch. 25-28 & Quick Write prompt
Quick Write ?-- In Ch. 24, Crispin says, "all the rest--like me--were on earth to labor, to serve our masters and our God." How do you think Crispin would react if he were to visit America in 2017?
WEDNESDAY: Crispin ch. 29-30 and A.C.E. questions
“Living by answers is a form of death. It’s only questions that keep you living.” (pg. 111)
What does this mean?
#1) How does this quote apply to Bear?
#2) How does it apply to Crispin?
THURSDAY: Crispin ch. 31-32 & Literature Choice Board (see me for a copy)
FRIDAY: scene reenactments
Weekly Agenda 4/24-4/28
MONDAY: Crispin ch. 6-8
TUESDAY: Crispin ch. 9-12
WEDNESDAY: Crispin ch. 13-16 & A.C.E. Question
From what you have learned of Crispin's society, how does the definition of tyranny fit his world?
THURSDAY: (MINIMUM DAY) Crispin ch. 17-18
FRIDAY: Crispin ch. 19-21
**REMINDER** BARF Log and One-Pager due 5/5/17
Weekly Agenda 4/17-4/21
MONDAY: Consumerism Project Presentations
TUESDAY: Consumerism Project Presentations
WEDNESDAY: Introduction to Crispin; discussion on Middle Ages in Europe
THURSDAY: "What's in a Name" activity; Read "Crispin: The Cross of Lead ch. 1-3
FRIDAY: Read Crispin ch. 4&5; start Character Development sketch (see worksheet in files section)
*Please remember to make up the readings if you are absent. You may check out a copy of Crispin from the library or access a digital version on our class webpage.
Grolier online encyclopedia
To access the class textbook online, go to my.hrw.com and the user name and password are both the same: the student's ssid.
Effects of Consumerism Research Requirements
We will use this file as we read "Crispin The Cross of Lead"
Sample ppt for Consumerism Project. Pay close attention to the citation format.