Make sure you have 2 NEW copies of your TED Ed Outline / Detailed Script
Shark Tank (this is how you’ll present your immigration proposal)
Immigration Proposal peer edit
Exchange your immigration proposal with a partner. They should go through and edit all mistakes they find in your paper.
Get a formatting checklist from Sullivan.
Exchange your immigration proposal with a second partner. They should, using the checklist, go through and edit your paper.
Use this feedback to improve your paper for its final submission tomorrow at the beginning of class.
Get with a NEW partner with two copies of your TED Ed Outline / Detailed Script per person
Each partner will do their best rendition of their TED-Ed talk.
Do the following WHILE YOUR PARTNER IS SPEAKING
When you feel engaged or excited, draw a star.
When you feel lost or unexcited, draw a check mark.
Circle anything you feel would be stronger with a visual.
Do the following AFTER THEY’RE FINISHED SPEAKING
Favorite part – highlight in yellow
Section to improve or remove – highlight in pink
List positive speaking habits (eye contact, gesture, etc.)
List (a few) speaking habits to improve (um’s, reading to you, monotonous tone, etc.)
Finalize your immigration proposal based on edits and peer feedback. Due tomorrow at the beginning of class.
Edit your TED Talk based on edits and peer feedback. Tomorrow you will turn in your first script from yesterday, second script from today and the Bad Habits Be Gone worksheet you’ll get tomorrow all stapled together.
Begin typing and creating your Immigration Game materials
Make up MLA quiz Friday with Sullivan at lunch
Open lab on Thursday, Feb. 26th (TODAY!), and Tuesday, March 3rd, from 4-9 in Tech Center.
Friday: Wear blue and gold to show your support of Crater FFA. Post a picture to instagram with #CraterBIS to get a point for the field trip.
Primal scream Monday, 8:40 on the football field, as it is the beginning of finals week! We will begin with some music to pump you up…
Create video clips (15-20 seconds max) of you speaking positively about CIS. We will be using these in a short video to explain the blocks to our sophomores to help them select blocks. Put this in P:\handins\BIS\CIS\Video Clips.
What is your favorite thing about CIS? or What is the best thing about being in CIS?
How is CIS getting you ready for your future?
Why did you pick CIS? or Why are you glad you picked CIS?
What have you learned about the world or international studies from CIS?
What type of learners are successful in CIS?
What has been your favorite project or assignment in CIS this year?
Create at least three, but do extras if you have the time.
Immigration Proposal– Due Thursday at the start of class
Ted Ed #5-6– due Wednesday; be ready to practice in class!
Open Lab Thursday 4-9 and Tuesday, March 3rd, 4-9; Please bring food or drinks to share!
Turn in your annotated biography with the rubric stapled to the front
Taylor Mali (TED) – What Teachers Make (passion and stage presence)
Feliz Cumpleaños a Quinn y Haley
Spanish II: put your video here P:\handins\BIS\Siemer\Oral Proficiency Videos\Espanol II by today at noon
Complete Lit Circle packets are due Tuesday
CIS Video Students, check your email
All juniors in Sully’s room during breakouts at 11:30 today
Honors Students meet in room 18 during minis today
Wear red or pink on Friday and sign in for a point at lunch in the BIS lobby
RCC Seniors, MANDATORY lunch meeting today in the Tech Center to fill our your RCC Foundation scholarship information (unless you went yesterday)
Students–in order to bring Mary Poppins to the Crater Campus stage, we need more performers! If you are interested in being a part of this fun, well-known show, please come to open auditions Monday from noon-3:00. You will be asked to “cold” read a scene, sing, and dance. You do not need to come with audition material prepared. All actors are invited, and additional male actors are essential to getting this show up and running. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Hillman in the Renaissance office.