Remote learning. A new beginning.

Photo by Danny Lines on Unsplash This week (March 23-27) we will re-organize ourselves to learn in our digital spaces. We are quite prepared for this move because we already have a Onenote notebook; a course folder in Onedrive; a way to submit course work (Assignment submission page); a digital tracking sheet. March 23 and 24 have Read More…

Work period.

Please complete the following items:  Long-term goal setting sheet–>Activity 1.4 “Kath and Mouse” reading questions —>Activity 1.2 “Kath and Mouse” paragraph —>Activity 1.3 Open Response Tutorial —>Activity 2.1  

The Hero Journey Project

  2PM DISMISSAL    and    See Learning Tools: Retrieval Page Hero Journey Project 2.3: Meeting the Mentors OVERDUE WORK: Activity 1.5 on Long Term Goal setting. Share with me when you are completed. Writing to be understood:  Paragraph description of Kath (Word doc). Share this with me when you are done.

The Hero Journey Project

    Update your tracking sheet.   and   What is the hero journey monomyth? Video #2 Note-making Hero Journey Project 2.3: Meeting the Mentors OVERDUE WORK: Activity 1.5 on Long Term Goal setting. Share with me when you are completed.  Writing to be understood:  Paragraph description of Kath (Word doc). Share this with me Read More…

Long Term Goal Setting

    Remember to use the course tools – tracking sheet, OneNote, course blog – to help you succeed in this course. Complete Activity 1.5 on Long Term Goal setting. Share with me when you are completed.  Writing to be understood:  Paragraph description of Kath (Word doc). Share this with me when you are done.  Read More…

Open Response Writing

  UPDATE Tracking Sheet Independent novel  on reading Bret Lyndon Cadence Quinton Evanson Samuel Ashtin Marlin UNIT 2 ESSENTIAL LEARNING: The Open Response Question Content Library: Unit 2: Activity 2.1    Goal-Setting. See OneNote: Content Library: Unit 1: Activity 4

Unit 1 Wrap

   Your independent novels for 15 minutes.    Quinton Novaleigh  “Kath and Mouse”–> Hard copy Meaning Narrative Elements  Answer the questions on the story found in Content Library, Unit 1, Activity 2.  Activity 3: Writing to be Understood. Goal-Setting. See OneNote: Content Library: Unit 1: Activity 4