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Wednesday, February 19

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    Guide to Grammar and Writing (Index)
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Monday, December 9

  1. page ESL IV - Research Project - Haworth edited ... Go to SIRS ISSUES and click on Student Tools---take the iThink Tutorial. This tutorial will gi…
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    Go to SIRS ISSUES and click on Student Tools---take the iThink Tutorial. This tutorial will give you an overview of the research.
    III. SEARCHING A TOPIC
    A. What sources can I use that will help me with my topic? DatabasesExploring the databases
    Go to the library website (leyden212.org/library).
    Select DATABASES from the menu bar.
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  2. page ESL IV - Research Project - Haworth edited ... Consider who you plan to present your project. A) Organizing your what you are going to say …
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    Consider who you plan to present your project.
    A) Organizing your what you are going to say
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    Presentation Doc)
    Cause & Effect Google Doc Presentation Template (if you click it will open a new window)
    V. Getting ready to give a speech
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  3. page ESL IV - Research Project - Haworth edited ... ---- Read and identify WHY SOMETHING HAPPENED (CAUSE) ---- Read and identify the RESULTS, WHA…
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    ---- Read and identify WHY SOMETHING HAPPENED (CAUSE)
    ---- Read and identify the RESULTS, WHAT HAPPENED (EFFECTS)
    C)d) Now consider
    SIRS ISSUES RESOURCES: PRO/CON: Essential Questions
    --select an article to print OR highlight it and save it to a Google Doc
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    Consider who you plan to present your project.
    A) Organizing your what you are going to say
    B) Using a tmplate (Google's Presentation Doc)
    Cause & Effect Google Doc Presentation Template (if you click it will open a new window)
    B) Watch a couple of speeches --- what do you observe?
    V. Getting ready to give a speech
    INFORMATIVE OR PERSUASIVE SPEECHES - EVALUATING CONTENT
    B) Watch a couple of speeches --- what do you observe?
    Dave Eggers (watch physical presentation--what does he do?)
    What do you observe about this speech / presenter?
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  4. page ESL IV - Research Project - Haworth edited ... What do you observe about this speech / presenter? C) Speech Rubric (Persuasive Speeches) M…
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    What do you observe about this speech / presenter?
    C) Speech Rubric (Persuasive Speeches)
    More speeches
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    5:47 am
  5. page ESL IV - Research Project - Haworth edited ... Cause & Effect Google Doc Presentation Template (if you click it will open a new window) …
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    Cause & Effect Google Doc Presentation Template (if you click it will open a new window)
    B) Watch a couple of speeches --- what do you observe?
    Evaluating SpeechesV. Getting ready to give a speech
    INFORMATIVE OR PERSUASIVE SPEECHES - EVALUATING CONTENT
    What type of speech is it? (Genre)
    What is the speaker's point of view ?
    Are you as the listener able to identify the speaker's reasoning?
    Has the speaker presented any convincing evidence to support his/her claims?
    Is the evidence convincing or does it seem exaggerated or distorted?
    CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.9-10.3 Evaluate a speaker’s point of view, reasoning, and use of evidence and rhetoric, identifying any fallacious reasoning or exaggerated or distorted evidence. (http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/SL/9-10)
    x-Types of SpeechesTypes of Speeches
    Types of Speeches: Informative, Persuasive, Impromptu, Extemporaneous, Debate
    Types of oral presentations / experiences: Storytelling, Soliloquies, Reader's Theater, Book Talks...
    x-Preparing a SpeechPreparing a Speech
    What type of speech are you planning? Informative, Demonstration, Storytelling, Persuasive...
    What is the objective?
    Who is your audience?
    How well do you know your topic? Research and make it your own
    Are you nervous? So is everyone---practice builds your confidence in your topic.

    Dave Eggers (watch physical presentation--what does he do?)
    What do you observe about this speech / presenter?
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  6. page ESL IV - Research Project - Haworth edited ... II. Research Tutorial Go to SIRS ISSUES and click on Student Tools---take the iThink Tutorial…
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    II. Research Tutorial
    Go to SIRS ISSUES and click on Student Tools---take the iThink Tutorial. This tutorial will give you an overview of the research.
    III. SEARCH AND CITE:SEARCHING A TOPIC
    A. What sources can I use that will help me with my topic? Databases
    Go to the library website (leyden212.org/library).
    ...
    ---- Read and identify WHY SOMETHING HAPPENED (CAUSE)
    ---- Read and identify the RESULTS, WHAT HAPPENED (EFFECTS)
    3)C) Now consider
    SIRS ISSUES RESOURCES: PRO/CON: Essential Questions
    --select an article to print OR highlight it and save it to a Google Doc
    --Read and highlight supporting evidence
    --Jot down margin notes.
    D.III. EVALUATING SOURCES & CITING SOURCES
    A)
    Do I
    CRAP Detector Test for Evaluating Sources
    HowB) How do I
    Easy Bib: You will use this source to cite your sources and create a Bibliography (Works Cited)
    Easy Bib Tutorials
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    Cause & Effect Google Doc Presentation Template (if you click it will open a new window)
    B) Watch a couple of speeches --- what do you observe?
    Evaluating Speeches
    INFORMATIVE OR PERSUASIVE SPEECHES - EVALUATING CONTENT
    What type of speech is it? (Genre)
    What is the speaker's point of view ?
    Are you as the listener able to identify the speaker's reasoning?
    Has the speaker presented any convincing evidence to support his/her claims?
    Is the evidence convincing or does it seem exaggerated or distorted?
    CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.9-10.3 Evaluate a speaker’s point of view, reasoning, and use of evidence and rhetoric, identifying any fallacious reasoning or exaggerated or distorted evidence. (http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/SL/9-10)
    x-Types of SpeechesTypes of Speeches
    Types of Speeches: Informative, Persuasive, Impromptu, Extemporaneous, Debate
    Types of oral presentations / experiences: Storytelling, Soliloquies, Reader's Theater, Book Talks...
    x-Preparing a SpeechPreparing a Speech
    What type of speech are you planning? Informative, Demonstration, Storytelling, Persuasive...
    What is the objective?
    Who is your audience?
    How well do you know your topic? Research and make it your own
    Are you nervous? So is everyone---practice builds your confidence in your topic.

    Dave Eggers (watch physical presentation--what does he do?)
    What do you observe about this speech / presenter?
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  7. page ESL IV - Research Project - Haworth edited ... Navigate to SIRS ISSUES Researcher. B. Brainstorming and picking out a topic a) Database:SI…
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    Navigate to SIRS ISSUES Researcher.
    B. Brainstorming and picking out a topic
    a) Database:SIRSSkim throughSIRS Issues Researcher's list of LEADING ISSUES for topic ideas.
    (See Pro/Con - top ten or the
    alphabetical list.list of leading issues and finally the Visual Browser.
    b) "TOPICS: CAUSE & EFFECT":Google Doc of questions/topics with keyword prompts.
    c) What are you looking for in a topic? Look for topics that interest you and that provide you with an issue that helps you identify the cause and effects.
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Sunday, December 8

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    b) "TOPICS: CAUSE & EFFECT":Google Doc of questions/topics with keyword prompts.
    c) What are you looking for in a topic? Look for topics that interest you and that provide you with an issue that helps you identify the cause and effects.
    a)---- Read and
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    HAPPENED (CAUSE)
    b)

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    Read and
    3) Now consider your topic---can you narrow your topic? about narrowing your topic --- what is your position on the topic?
    SIRS ISSUES RESOURCES: PRO/CON: Essential Questions
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    5:36 pm

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