Q4W1, 03/30/2020 *ONLINE LEARNING*

TeacherJanna Rodgers
Subject AreaELA
Grade Level8
Week #03/30/2020
Unit of InstructionThe Thrill of Horror
Standard(s) Taught

8.RL.2.6 Analyze how differences in points of view create suspense.

Learning Targets and Learning Criteria

Students will learn to navigate and utilize our online learning platforms.

Students will understand how author’s create suspense.

Classroom Activities

Hello!  I miss you all and I hope we will be back together again soon.  I’d like to have a meeting on Monday morning via Zoom.  This will give us a chance to say hello and catch up and it will also allow me to walk you through the expectations for online learning and show you where to find your lesson and course materials. 

To join the meeting, you want to go to www.zoom.us and click ‘Join a Meeting’.  I will have two meetings, one for my 2nd period students and another for my 3rd and 4th period students.  The times and meeting codes for each are listed below.  Once you type in the meeting code, you will be prompted to include the password.  If you have any issues, please let me know via e-mail or remind. I look forward to seeing your faces Monday morning!

Monday, Mar 30, 2020

9:00 AM 2nd Period

Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/960229188?pwd=UWJPNHJya3pQajBadmpHS0kxS2RlQT09

Meeting ID: 960 229 188
Password: 836348

9:30 AM 3rd and 4th Periods

Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/927153479?pwd=NFhYOGRLV0UyQzEwcU45bGZuSk1GZz09

Meeting ID: 927 153 479
Password: 390039

If you miss the Zoom meeting Monday morning, please watch the following online learning instructional video in the announcements section on Canvas.

Weekly Activities

  1. Complete Online Learning Module
  2. Watch Week 1 Skills Video.
  3. Read or listen to the story “The Tell-Tale Heart” in your eBook pages 89-94.
  4. Review page 95 and find examples in the story.
  5. Complete Analyzing the Text Questions on page 96. (Don’t forget to save to your notebook for each task!)
  6. Complete the Performance Task on page 96. A profile is a type of explanatory writing in which a writer draws conclusions that are supported by facts, examples, and other kinds of details. Begin your profile by writing an introduction that gives a general assessment of the narrator. Each additional paragraph should address one specific aspect of your analysis.
  7. Complete the Vocabulary activity on page 97.
  8. Take the quiz on “The Tell-Tale Heart” from your my.hrw.com homepage.
Assignments Due

Intro to Online Learning Module

The Tell-Tale Heart Quiz (Reading)

Psychological Profile (Language Arts)

Additional Resources

Canvas Modules (through Vportal)

my.hrw.com (Collections textbook, notebook, close reader, online quizzes)

www.zoom.us