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6/29 Thursday - Intro to O'Donovan

Objectives:  Independent: Students will demonstrate their understanding of cyberbullying and how to be an Upstander by watching videos, reading case studies, and answering questions with at least 80% accuracy.
Collaborative: Students will be able to act as upstanders against bullying by working in groups to create anti-bullying posters.


Do Now:  - Why is it important to be an upstander? 
Whole Group:  - Dissect today's Objectives - Do/What Chart  - Bullying Quiz  Independent:  Work to complete this Google Form. 

Are you an early finisher? If you finished the assignment early, please work on your typing by completing more typing tutorials. 

Collaborative:  Anti-bullying poster

6/28 Wednesday

Objectives:  Independent: Students will be able to develop vocabulary and challenge their knowledge by completing a brainpop activity on cyberbullying.
Collaborative: Students will be able to generate multiple solutions for helping others when cyberbullying occurs by analyzing a scenario with their peers with 80% or more accuracy.


Do Now:  - What kind of online behaviors would be considered cyberbullying? 
Whole Group:  - Dissect today's Objectives - Do/What Chart  - Today's Topic: Cyberbullying
Independent:  Brainpop Username: 123dog Password: 123cat

1. BrainPop on Cyberbullying - Watch the video to complete the vocabulary worksheet. 

2. Complete the "Challenge (Graded)" and write your score at the bottom of your handout. 

Are you an early finisher? If you finished the assignment early, please work on your typing by completing more typing tutorials. 

Collaborative:  Cyberbullying: Be Upstanding

6/27 Tuesday - Intro to O'Donovan

Objectives:  Independent: Students will be able to identify the importance of being an upstander to help prevent bullying by watch a video and completing the graphic organizer with 80% or more accuracy.
Collaborative: Students will be able to understand our school policies about bullying by collaborating with their peers to answer questions with at least 80% accuracy.


Do Now:  - How does it make you feel when you see other people get bullied? 
Whole Group:  - Dissect today's Objectives - Do/What Chart  - Today's Topic: Bullying Continued
Independent:  1. Make sure you are completing the front side ("Bullying Self Assessment") of the paper first to figure out whether or not you are acting inappropriately and should change your behavior. 

2. The Ned Show: Be an Upstander - Watch this video as you fill out the backside of the handout! 

Are you an early finisher? If you finished the assignment early, please work on your typing by completing more typing tutorials. 

Collaborative:  B…

6/26 Monday - Intro to O'Donovan

Objectives:  Independent: Students will be able to develop vocabulary and challenge their knowledge by completing a brainpop activity on bullying.
Collaborative: Students will be able to identify characteristics of a bullying and learn how to speak up against bullying by completing a graphic organizer with at least 80% accuracy.


Do Now:  - What does it mean to be a bully? 
Whole Group:  - Dissect today's Objectives - Do/What Chart  - Today's Topic: Bullying
Independent:  BrainPop - Bullying  - Watch this video, complete the vocabulary worksheet, and do the "challenge" in graded mode once you have watched the entire thing. 

BrainPop Username: 123Dog Password: 123Cat

Are you an early finisher? If you finished the assignment early, please work on your typing by completing more typing tutorials. 

Collaborative:  Bullying Assignment

6/22 Thursday - Intro to O'Donovan

Objectives:  Independent: Students will be able to improve their typing skills by completing typing tutorials with at least 80% accuracy. 
Collaborative: Students will be able to identify free dress guidelines by completing a worksheet in their groups and cite evidence from our handbook. 
Do Now:  - What are two things you learned about Free Dress rules yesterday? 
Whole Group:  - Dissect today's Objectives - Do/What Chart  - Ms. Cobb's Typing Skillz 
Independent:  Typing Tutorials - Use this website to improve your typing skills. Work your way through the tutorials! 
Collaborative:  Free Dress assignment.

6/1-2 Thursday-Friday

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Guiding Question: What did we learn in Semester 2?

Objectives: Independent: Students will show their mastery of information learned during semester 2 by completing a final with a score of at least 30 out of 40.

Standards: CA State Standards 8.4 - 8.11 R.1 - Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly ELD B.6 - Read closely to determine how meaning is made

Do Now (Voice Level 0) 5 minutes: Take out your study guide, and if your class has earned it your cheat sheet. Put up your testing folders.

Whole Group (Voice Level 0) 5 minutes: Testing expectations

Independent (Voice Level 0) 40 minutes: Task 1: Use this google form to record your answers.BE VERY CAREFUL to input the correct test number on the google form so that you are directed to the correct answer form!
Early Finisher? PUT YOUR HEAD DOWN, read a book, or do something else silently.

At the end of this station, complete the "next steps" portion for that station's objective. If you met the objective, write &quo…