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Class IDs

p1 - 19170583

p2 - 19170603

p3 - 19170610

p4 - 19170620

p5 - 19170633

 

Course login key/

Password

1234

Illuminate.com

READ ALL instructions first!

1- Select and click on the button below:

BUTTON

2- Click on "Student" tab

3- User name is ID#

4- Password is Network Login

5- Your test will be listed on the right side of the screen

Interview: Aldous Huxley

Interview Click on the word Interview and you will be directed to a video interview with Aldous Huxley.

LAWSC all-female company brings HAMLET to life
hamlet

Mr. John Yeomans'

Senior Finals

Please bring a sharpened number 2 pencil for the test.

 

 

Period 1 and 5-  Monday  6/17

Period 2-            Tuesday 6/18

Period 4-            Thursday 6/13

Period 3 -           Wednesday 6/12

 

No assignments will be eligible after the period final for make-up.

Any student with an excused absent must be in room 252 at 3:45 to make up missed assignments.

 

Flipgrid - TedTalk Competition!

Okay Seniors,

 

You have completed your research and now it's time to share your knowledge using Flipgrid. Prepare your presentation as if you were a professional speaking on the the topic. Be serious or interject humor if appropriate and think about your background. You may use your phone or home computer to complete this assignment so pay attention to family pets or other disruptions that may effect your talk. Now to the good stuff...

 

A competition! When we return from break we will be listening to live presentations in class and then have the opportunity to critique the presentation. Each class will vote for the top three and each top winners will receive a prize. The three top winners from each period will then be evaluated and the grand prize winner will receive a fabulous prize! (The prize will be determined between the winner and Mr. Yeomans - food?)

 

Good luck and have fun creating your videos.

Research Presentation

Student have completed a thorough research paper on the topic of their choice and the next step is sharing what they learned. They will have a choice of how they present their findings:

 

Option A- a typical 5-7 minute in class presentation with Google Slides to enhance what they are speaking about

 

Option B- create a TedTalk style presentation, video record it and post it on our Flipgrid site (4-5 min)

 

Students will need to commit to either format by the end of class on 4/1 A day or 4/2 B day

 

This may be the student's first experience with Flipgrid so there is a quick introductory assignment that is required to introduce the students to the format. To login and create a video students will need a Chromebook (We will use the ones in the library) or a cell phone- which ever they prefer.

 

The following links will take you to Flipgrid.com and the appropriate period. Complete the introduction assignment; it's easy, record yourself telling your name and one of your hobbies or favorite sports. After you see how this works then you will need to decide if you want to present in front of class or use the Flipgrid video format.

 

Period  1    https://flipgrid.com/d0s790r

 

Period 2    https://flipgrid.com/ozol8wq

 

Period 3    https://flipgrid.com/bxxqtz7

 

Period 4    https://flipgrid.com/s89k9oh

 

Period 5    https://flipgrid.com/yij4e5y

Third Quarter - Research Resources

Academically focused search engines:

 

Refseek.com

Jurn.org

Science.gov

Scholargoogle.com

 

Website to help site sources to create a works cited page:

 

Easybib.com

Chaucer- The Pardoner's Tale

The following link is to an online version of the tale that were read in class. Students worked in class with a partner to create summary notes of each paragraph in each story. The summary sentence should be simple in nature but capture the essence of the plot.

 

Students who were absent from class: Complete the assignment and turn in Monday, 11/5/2018, if you would like to receive credit for this assignment. It is the end of the quarter and it will not be accepted after that time.

 

The Pardoner's Tale

 

The tale begins with a prologue on page 170.

Chaucer- The Canterbury Tales

The following links are to online versions of the tales that were read in class. Students worked in class with a partner to create summary notes of each paragraph in each story. The attached stories are not in paragraph form so students will need to create a summary sentence for aver ten to twelve lines. The summary sentence should be simple in nature but capture the essence of the plot.

 

The Nun's Priest's Tale

 

The Pardoner's Tale

King Arthur WebQuest

Students,

Select the link below and learn about the legend of King Arthur. You will need to open a Google Doc to compose your response to the questions listed and submit to Turnitin.com.

 

https://sites.google.com/nmusd.us/kingarthur/home

Satire- Audio Lecture

Audio Lecture

http://www.teachertube.com/video/satire-introduction-and-example-373342

 

 

Video sample

http://www.teachertube.com/video/satire-clip-will-ferrell-snl-clip-89824