Class Agenda #90 – American Dream Presentation.

2/17/17

Timer- “Stephanie Says” -The Velvet Underground (2001, 2:44)

Prompt- Which of FDR’s 4 Freedoms is most important to me? And why?

  • Freedom from Want
  • Freedom from Fear
  • Freedom of Speech
  • Freedom of Religion

SLTs

  •  SLTs  See 2/13 & 2/15

  • I can transcribe a conversation for my American Dream presentation.

  • I can capitalize my proper nouns.

  • SLT- I CAN ANALYZE HOW A TEXT MAKES CONNECTIONS AMONG AND DISTINCTIONS BETWEEN INDIVIDUALS, IDEAS, OR EVENTS (E.G., THROUGH COMPARISONS, ANALOGIES, OR CATEGORIES). 

    SLT- I can produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.

10 Mini Lesson-

  • Family History on the board
    • put your name on the red tab, be ready to go up and say where you’re from.
  • Review Presentation Rubric together.
  • Write your name on this.

 

  • Presentation
  • What was the 1st generation of my family to move to The US or Brooklyn?
  • Why did they come (which of the 4 freedoms?)?
  • Do I or my family represent the American Dream?

Take 5 minutes to write down your thoughts.

Presentations

Reviewing our essential question- How is this an example of The American Dream?

  • Class Work.
    • Use the American Dream Interview to make a transcription on a google doc.
    • Answer the prompt questions in your google doc.
    • Share with josh@lyonscommunityschool.org and erica@lyonscommunityschool.org
    • Practice
  • Family interview needs to be done by tomorrow. 
  • Suspended- Homework tonight. 30 Minutes of Reading, 2-3 Sentence Reaction/Summary, 1 Page of Independent Writing 
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