Wednesday, January 16th

Posted on January 16, 2013. Filed under: IRLA Class | Tags: |

Happy Wednesday!

Today’s EQs:

What is the CLAIM in an essay?  (continued from yesterday)
How can I best support my ideas?

We are lucky to have Mr. Johnson coming back in today to help us start using DropBox through Infinite Campus!

To get started today, you will need to:

  • Copy HW into your agenda:
    • WW7 assessment is tomorrow (study guide and proof of study due)
      • Write what studying task you will specifically be working on tonight (ex: have my brother quiz me, write original writing with all words, review the 5 words I’m still getting stuck on, etc.)
    • Conjunction BrainPOP due by 1/18
  • Visit this link to take a brief nonfiction survey from Mrs. Hasler.
  • Log in to your Google account.
  • Create a document for your literary essay.  
    • Use this format to create the title:  Melissa M. Period 1 – Literary Essay.
    • Share the document (can edit) with you teacher(s)
  • Log in to your Infinite Campus accounts.
  • Quietly await further instructions.  🙂

After we finish working with Mr. Johnson and the Infinite Campus accounts, we will use the remainder of the time in class to plan the boxes and bullets for the literary essay.

When you finish the boxes and bullets, you may begin drafting the essay in the Google doc.  We will be in the computer lab again tomorrow, so you do not need to print at the end of the period.

(Period 8, you will finish the thesis graphic organizer first, and then move on to the boxes and bullets.)

~Ms. Morris

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