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1. Cuban Slavery

1.1. ELA:3 Comprehension and Analysis /W.E/ Reading and Respondingto grade level appropriate historically or significiant work of literature.

1.2. Research

1.3. Reflection

2. Quadratic Formula

2.1. MA A1.6.7 Factor the difference of two squares and other quadratics.

2.2. Worksheets/Tests

2.3. Reflection

3. Activites

3.1. Track

3.2. Reflection

4. Interview

4.1. ELA:4 Process and Features/W.E/Writing coherent and focusing on essays that show well-defined point of view and tightly reasoned argument.

4.2. Interview

4.3. Reflection

5. GeneticallyModified Groups

5.1. Bio:1.17/ Genetically Modified Foods

5.2. Project/Powerpoint

5.3. Reflection

6. Spanish

6.1. WL 10.3.3 Read passages aloud to demonstrate improving intonation and pronunciation. WL 10.3.4 Compose simple cohesive written information using appropriate formats with teacher guidance.

6.2. My Story

6.3. Reflection

7. Foodborne Illness

7.1. Bio:1.17

7.2. PowerPoint/Presentation

7.3. Reflection

8. Activites

8.1. Wrestling

8.2. Reflection

9. 3 Essay Comparison

9.1. 10.4.3Use precise language, action verbs, sensory details, appropriate modifiers, and the active (I will always remember my first trip to the city) rather than the passive voice (My first trip to the city will always be remembered)./10.5.4Write persuasive compositions that: • organize ideas and appeals in a sustained and effective fashion with the strongest emotional appeal first and the least powerful one last. • use specific rhetorical (communication) devices to support assertions, such as appealing to logic through reasoning; appealing to emotion or ethical belief; or relating a personal anecdote, case study, or analogy. • clarify and defend positions with precise and relevant evidence, including facts, expert opinions, quotations, expressions of commonly accepted beliefs, and logical reasoning. • address readers’ concerns, counterclaims, biases, and expectations. Example: Write a letter to a television network to persuade the network to keep a program on the air despite low ratings./10.5.810.5.8 Write for different purposes and audiences, adjusting tone, style, and voice as appropriate.

9.2. Reflection