This is a project /performance task focusing on claim, reasons, and evidence tieing into what students are learning in Social Studies. It is due on March 8, 2019. Click on the picture below for the article. Please make sure that you are completing this assignment daily. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE.
Use the copy of the speech given to you to annotate it. Answer the questions making sure to cite textual evidence and explanation correctly. I copy of the speech is linked to the picture.
By now you should be up to page 246 in the novel. Complete this assignment and drop it into Edmodo under Refugee Chapters 40-45. This is due Sunday by midnight.
If you are using a desktop computer or a laptop go to this website: www.getepic.com/app/sign_in
If you are using a IPhone, IPad, Android download the Epic reading app.
Go to student login and enter first and last name
Enter the class code VLG-2038
In the search area enter the title of the book.
IF THIS DOES NOT WORK TRY THIS URL:
Please follow the link to the corresponding Padlet for your class :
Period 3- https://padlet.com/racheal_hill/8r01uljwhdlc
Period 4- https://padlet.com/racheal_hill/9vzlm7er5fwm
Under Title put your first name last name initial.
Match your color and number with the following:
1 yellow - ANSWER the Community question and RESPOND to a post under Refugees
2 yellow- ANSWER the Refugees question and RESPOND to a post under GRA
3 pink- ANSWER the GRA question and RESPOND to a post under Analyzing a Quote
4 pink- ANSWER Analyzing a Quote question and RESPOND to a post under Community
Please be mindful that this is a grade and will reflect in the grade book. You only have 10 minutes to reflect and post. When time is called you will switch assignments.
Fill out your notes using the information from this powerpoint.
The AC classes will take part in the Global Read Aloud starting in October. This will be approximately 6 weeks of reading the novel Refugee by Alan Gratz. Students will collaborate with their peers and another class located outside the state of Georgia. It is desired that students have their own copy of the book so they can annotate and highlight information that they may further use for non-fiction activities and their explanatory writing. Please click on the GRA link for further information.