Monthly Archives: September 2012

Class Agenda #7

Opening Circle- Let’s make an outline…

Mini-Lesson- The Dummy Outline.

Practice- Try your own dummy outline.

 

Class Work to be completed by next week: Finish an outline based on The LOVE STATUE

 

Closing Circle- Let’s make an outline.

Class Agenda #7

Opening Circle- One word that describes how you feel about your blog.

Opening Reading-

The first thing you need to decide when you build your blog is what you want to accomplish with it, and what it can do if successful.
-Ron Dawson, President of DayDreamMedia

Blog Sharing Cafe-

  • On your laptop, open your blog to it’s homepage.
  • Rejoin our Standing Circle
  • We will spend 15 minutes circulating the room at looking at our classmates’ blogs.
  • Feel free to bring a piece of paper with you to help jot down some notes.
  • At the end of 15 minutes, return to your seat and write a reaction under Task 1 in your Writing Notebook.
  • Class Discussion- What were some of our impressions so far?
  • You might want to read this help entry about Pages vs. Posts.

Task II- What are your next steps for your blog?

  • Binary Numbers and How the Number Trick Works
  • How to Submit a Capacity Matrix (Prezi)
  • Math Content in this Course: What You Should Know So Far
    • The definition of “decimal”
    • There are number systems other than decimal – like binary – and these number systems can come in handy.
    • Scientific Notation exercises are QUICK
  • Intro Problems – From TN1 to TN2 (Prezi)
  • Capacity Matrix for TN2
  • Work Time for either TN1 or TN2

Sequences Resources:

Class Agenda #6

Opening Circle- The perfect song for a heart to heart is…

Reactions: Writing Notebook

Independently read the following link. In your writing notebook, write down your reaction.

http://mashable.com/2012/09/24/facebook-rumor-private-messages/#8159920-Redundant-Links

Blog Post Time

Share, what is our blog about?

You have 30 minutes to independently work on your blog.

  • Could be a post
  • Could be a draft
  • Could be adjusting your theme, about, widgets
  • Could be a combination

If you finish early, consider the following:

Closing Out on SLT TN1: I can use exponents to understand large numbers, small numbers, and non-decimal counting systems.

SLT TN1 Quizzes – See class instructions on how to receive a grade on these quizzes.

Grading Scale

Problem Set #2 is due today.

Hand out Problem Set #3.

Closing!