Day 4: Wednesday, Feb 4

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English 20:
First let’s begin with reviewing Elastic Heart.

Moving on: 
I can properly cite poetry.
I can complete a poetry analysis. We will read: All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten
We will complete an activity together to ensure you know how to cite poetry before tomorrow’s assignment that will be on your own. You can site this poem or another one we have covered in class so far. Yes, you can quote Elastic Heart.
You will have to do this within your upcoming English assignment.

ASSIGNMENT:

I can properly cite poetry.
I can complete a poetry analysis.
I can identify the speaker, tone, mood, theme, subject and form of a poem.
I can read through a poem and find a visual that represents the main message of the piece of literature.

You will be completing a poetry analysis on your own. (Your assignment will be in your Google Drive incoming folder.) You can write, video, or complete an audio file but you must ensure you cover the areas/questions below:
1. Who is the speaker?
2. What is the subject?
3. What is the mood?
4. What is the tone?
5. What is imagery?
6. What is the form of the poem?
7. What is the theme?
8. What is figurative language?
9. In a complete paragraph summarize the poem with two direct, properly quoted examples from the body of work.
10. Find or create 1 visual that you believe best describes the poem.

Holding SHIFT>COMMAND>4 on your Mac will screen shot any image you want. (ENSURE IT IS SOURCED… or you can find it using the Google Research Tool.)
You will be assigned to complete an individual poetry analysis on one of the following; You will need to read ALL of the following poems and pick ONE to complete an analysis on.
To a Child Dancing in the Wind by Robert Currie
Beneath the Frozen Moon by W.B. Yeets
I Grew Up by Lenore Keeshig-Tobias
How to be Old by May Swenson

Media Studies/Photography 20: TARGETS FOR TODAY’S LESSON
Please make sure you have begun your Media Studies Media Profile. You will need to update it.
Let’s open it up right now and add to it what you have so far this morning.
Today we will begin with Catfish!
I can understand how the media influences my likes/dislikes.
I can understand how the media impacts what I think about certain topics.
I can understand how the media can ‘change the way people think’.
I can define popular culture.
I understand how the media impacts my life.
I can find positive and negative examples of oral media.I can find positive and negative examples of visual media.
I can find positive and negative examples of print media.I can explain how the ‘media’ portrays teenagers/seniors/babies and explain why stereotypes exist.
I can explain how stereotypes are formed and fostered through media.
You never know unless you try!

You never know unless you try! Feel free to all go and retweet this and tweet him yourself. Maybe…. just maybe he would Skype us sometime?

Questions to consider while watching Catfish:
Did Nev do anything wrong?
How did Nev get roped in?
What is a positive thing about ‘online’ relationships?
What is a negative thing about ‘online’ relationships?
What is a stereotype about ‘online’ relationships?
Do you have people on your Facebook that could be questionable?

Social Studies 20:
I am going to begin by showing you the research tool in Google.

Last years (2014) Week in Rap.

You will have 30 minutes to finish your assignment. (There is one added component today.)
Remember you need to have a complete paragraph for this summary of your event.
Do how have this separated by headlines; who, what, where, why, when. *Make sure it is a paragraph.
You need to have an introduction, body and a conclusion to this.

Then please list EVERY simplified human right that is broken. Then; after each human right mention HOW and WHY it is broken.

*NEW:
Lastly; What do you think should be done to fix this issue? Can it be solved? What organizations could get involved to fix it? Does it need fixing? REMEMBER: Try to see the event from both sides… be mindful, educated and informed.

HERE is the link to the rubric. (If you are logged into your Google account you will have access to view this.)
If you are unable to view it;
Here are some screen shots of it.

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THURSDAY English 20: Poetry Analysis
I can properly cite poetry.
I can complete a poetry analysis.
I can identify the speaker, tone, mood, theme, subject and form of a poem.
I can read through a poem and find a visual that represents the main message of the piece of literature.

You will be completing a poetry analysis on your own. (Your assignment will be in your Google Drive incoming folder.) You can write, video, or complete an audio file but you must ensure you cover the areas/questions below:
1. Who is the speaker?
2. What is the subject?
3. What is the mood?
4. What is the tone?
5. What is imagery?
6. What is the form of the poem?
7. What is the theme?
8. What is figurative language?
9. In a complete paragraph summarize the poem with two direct, properly quoted examples from the body of work.
10. Find or create 1 visual that you believe best describes the poem.

Holding SHIFT>COMMAND>4 on your Mac will screen shot any image you want. (ENSURE IT IS SOURCED… or you can find it using the Google Research Tool.) You will be assigned to complete an individual poetry analysis on one of the following; You will need to read ALL of the following poems and pick ONE to complete an analysis on. To a Child Dancing in the Wind by Robert Currie Beneath the Frozen Moon by W.B. Yeets I Grew Up by Lenore Keeshig-Tobias How to be Old by May Swenson Media Studies/Photography 20: TARGETS FOR TODAY’S LESSON

Social Studies 20: HUMAN RIGHTS
Learning Targets: See Learning Targets book Bell Work: Can you list ten human rights from the previous classes? Can you list more than that? (Try to list as many as you can on a blog post/Google doc or Sticky.) Review from last day. What is happening in the world? Let’s discuss many of your current events. Now lets review in depth some of the original places that defined our views on human rights; Review the Ten Commandments Sermon on the Mount; Beatitudes Hammurabi Machiavelli Approach to Government Buddha’s Noble Eightfold Path End today with: I Am a Muslim: HERE I Am Canadian: HERE Run Like a Girl: HERE

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FRIDAY: 
English 20: WORK PERIOD on previous learning targets.

Media Studies/Photography 20:

We will be participating in the Big Dayta Project. It will take minutes today.

We will be participating in the Big Dayta Project. It will take minutes today.

Fill out this Google Form: HERE
Finish Catfish…

Wings by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
TARGETS FOR TODAY’S LESSON The mass media are an integral part of our lives and our society. We live in a world influenced and shaped by the sights, sounds, opinions, and values presented by the mass media- those print-non-print and electronic texts that communicate with a mass audience.

Who is communicating?
What is being communicated?
To whom is it communicated?
What is the purpose of the communication?
How effective is the communication?

Social Studies 20:
HUMAN RIGHTS UNIT
Learning Targets: See Learning Targets book Week in Rap Socrative Quiz Work Period on your Current Events assignment
UPCOMING:
-Public Service Announcements Next Week
-Field Trips

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