1. What are you taking with you from the H and M project that will help you weather challenges of LINK or perhaps exhibit a critical eye to your work environment or perhaps help you evaluate your LINK experience and how it fits w/ your career/life goals, etc?
2. Write 2 appreciations for someone in this class with whom you don't normally work. Please make them specific and thoughtful!
Did anyone accidentally take a mac charger the other day?
Is anyone signed up for the ACT on Saturday, 4/23?
1. The Bold and Daring: Whole class presenters??
2. Move tables into Lit Circle pods
3. Project presentations (in your Lit Circle Groups)
4. DP Update work time + watch Hector and the Search for Happiness
5. End class with sharing our starters
Starter #25: CHOICE! Free write OR React to the following quote (Do you agree? What does it mean to have "an experience of being alive"? etc...)
“People say that what we’re all seeking is a meaning for life. I don’t think that’s what we’re really seeking. I think that what we’re seeking is an experience of being alive….” Joseph Campbell (1904-1987) – The Power of Myth
1. Project final feedback survey and junior year check-in (see below)
2. Debrief feedback
3. Final peer critique of written piece + Refinement
Draft Critique guidelines:
Step 1: Share your philosophy statement in 2-3 sentences
Step 2: Present your written piece to your partner
Step 3: Partner will spend time reading your draft draft and discuss the following prompts:
Look at this list of possible elective offerings for next year and then take this 2016 Elective Survey to weigh in on which ones you'd be most interested in taking to help teachers decide which to offer.
When done, Freewrite! (Maybe write about fears/excitements for LINK!)
1. Current Event Update: The Caucus
2. Work time
NEST Meeting today, so we have a shortened class
What do you know about climate change? What causes it? To what extent do you think is it caused by humans? To what extent do you agree that climate change is real and is harmful for our environment and human life?
1. Discuss the graphs above: Interpret the two images above. What does the data reveal at the surface level? What global implications does this data have for future energy policy decisions OR what explanations can you come up with for the data?
2. Learn about the 2015 United Nations Paris Convention Agreement and then discuss the following three bullet points with a partner:
3. Work Time
Humanities 11 Teacher at Animas High School