Slice of Life #24

To Do List at School Today:

  1. Pick up four historical fiction picture books from the school media center for reading lesson on taking notes with FQR sheets.
  2. Run off preposition phrases packets.
  3. Find do-now.
  4. Conference with team about the plans for the day.
  5. Teach- homeroom, grammar, review research paper due tomorrow, reading lesson, independent reading, writing lesson about attacking NKASK explanatory prompts with the better-answer hamburger.
  6. Lunch.  Laugh, gossip, gripe with colleagues.
  7. Pick up Scholastic order.
  8. Repeat #5 for afternoon class.
  9. Prep- finish memoir rubric, run-off poetry packets, type of list of books needed for Holocaust/WWII book clubs, check mail.
  10. Pick up students.
  11. Review HW board, remind students to clear desks and keep chairs down for desk cleaning after school, make list of volunteers for the TV studio.
  12. Go home and relax!
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3 Responses

  1. I would be interested in hearing about your Holocaust/WWII book clubs. I teach a Holocaust unit to 8th grade using Night by Elie Wiesel and am planning to do a lit circle unit in 7th grade using Milkweed, The Coming Evil, The Yellow Star, and The Boy Who Dared.

  2. I am curious about your best answer hamburger and what you are suggesting your students include and how they should approach the explanatory writing prompt. If you have a chance, I would love to hear about it. Thanks in advance.
    Jessica

  3. Do you make a list for every day? I am a list maker as well and then I get behind on making my lists-that is when life is really crazy!!

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