Neuromancer Journal entry #7
- Find the quote in the text using CTRL + F.
- Read around the quote.
- Analyze the quote.
Monitoring your goals.
Go to your Assessment and Reflection folder in OneNote. Locate the page called MONITORING YOUR GOALS. Complete the tasks and submit the page to me.
Complete the Unit 2 tasks:
- “Someone Might be Watching” in Commonlit
- Anticipation guide
- “The Lottery” in Commonlit
- “The Lottery” reader’s note
- “Harrison Bergeron” in Commonlit
- “Harrison Bergeron” film analysis questions #5 and 7
- “Harrison Bergeron” reader’s note
- “Harrison Bergeron” and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms chart
independent novel. Read. Use post-it notes to capture your thinking. Create reader’s note #1.
Journal Entry #2 Content Library: Assessment and Reflection: Journal
Move entry #2 to your notebook
One of your lecture notes using the feedback I have provided to you on all your notes and the model note located on the back whiteboard.
Update your tracking sheet and your planner.
Complete Reader’s Journal Entry #5
- Open the PDF version of the story and do a keyword search to find the passage.
- Read all-around the passage in question.
- Use the resources found in Unit 3 to support you.
The Story of My Learning is an exercise in using feedback to improve your knowledge and skills. I have provided you with feedback in many ways:
- on individual assignments in unit 3
- Podcast questions (oral communication)
- Definition essay (writing)
- Narrative essay outline (writing)
- Oral presentation on my Writing Process (oral communication)
- via email
- via the Letter to the Class
- in private comments on your blog
- in conferences
Now, it’s time for you to gather your own feedback by
- holding your work against the leveled work samples
Create The Story of My Learning: Unit 3.
We begin work on The Evidence of Learning Document on Wed. January 10. It’s due Jan. 14th no later than 11:59:59.
REMINDERS: Last day to submit coursework is January 9, 2018
- Check Tracking Sheet
- Check Course Calendar
- Check your email
Use your study strategies:
- Retrieval practice
- Dual Coding
- Spaced Practice
- Concrete Examples
Think about where you are in your learning, what you need to do to meet your learning goals, and plan how you will achieve them.