1. Lesson on how to create a works cited page at the end of your essay. Link to the presentation and to the worksheet are below:
2. Create a works cited list, on a separate page, at the end of your essay. Be sure to follow instructions carefully. Ask another student to answer any questions you may have.
Essays are due MONDAY! Bring EVERYTHING with you to turn in!
SUB - BE NICE!
Work on your essays. Whatever you need to do, get it done.
Finish up essays.
You should be done with peer edits and revisions at this point. We went to the library today so you can print and find a partner to proofread with. Once you make your proofreading changes, you're done!
Work on essay! It's due MONDAY!
1. Warm up: Subject-Verb agreement practice
2. Peer Edit 1: complete one peer edit and make revisions to YOUR copy of the essay (not the peer edited copy).
3. Get a second peer edit for extra credit if you have time.
Print your essay to bring to class tomorrow.
1. Resubmit your first draft with your self edits shown in green. I will return it back to you.
2. Do your revisions by accepting your self edits. Click the check-mark in the corner of each suggestion box on the right hand side of your document.
3. Make 2 copies of your document. Label these "(Last name) Peer Edit 1" and "(Last name) Peer Edit 2". Find a partner who is also on this step, and switch. Make sure "suggesting" is chosen in the upper right hand corner, and do a peer edit using the same sheet as the self edit.
Keep working on your essay. If you have not completed step 3, make sure you work on getting there before tomorrow.
1. Rough drafts turned in on Google Classroom.
2. Self-edit. Click on "Editing" in the upper right and TURN ON SUGGESTIONS. Checklist can be found here:
3. Resubmit your self edit.
1. Make a goal for what you will accomplish today in class and how you will accomplish it.
2. Finish writing rough draft of essay.
Rough drafts are due tomorrow on Google Classroom by the beginning of the class period.
1. Make a goal to accomplish in class today.
2. Begin writing rough draft of essay
3. Did you accomplish your goal? Why or why not?
1. Write a "pitch" that you will say to your partner. Your pitch is about your essay and will include the following:
2. Listen and respond to your partner's pitch. First, restate what they said. Second, ask 2 open-ended questions.
3. Continue working to prepare for your rough draft. I came around to stamp your work so far. You will start your rough draft tomorrow.
1. Finish finding evidence for your evidence chart.
2. Finish numbers 4-7 on your "Taking a Stance" worksheet.
None, but I will stamp both of the above on Tuesday.