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Achieve Article- Twitter Takes a Stand in Google Classroom

Achieve Article- Twitter Takes a Stand

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Argumentative On-Demand in Google Classroom

Argumentative On-Demand

Today, you will choose a topic or issue that you know and care about, an issue around which you have strong feelings. You will have to write an argumentative essay. You will state your claim and tell reasons why.
Remember to:

Introduce your topic (HOT strategy - introduction)
Support your side of the argument (body paragraph)
Address the opposite side of the argument (counterclaim)
Provide closure (conclusion)
Use transition words or phrases

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Achieve Article- Mari Speaks Up in Google Classroom

Achieve Article- Mari Speaks Up

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Notebook Check for Informational Writing in Google Classroom

Notebook Check for Informational Writing

You should have all of the following items in your writing notebook.  Look at the Writing Notebook Table of Contents on Google Classroom for links if necessary.
Page 42
Informational Writing Guide
Informational Writing-Tips on Notetaking (Student Handout)
Page 43
Georgia Research Graphic Organizer
Note sheet 1
Page 44
Introduction Guide
Informational Introduction (Student Handout)
Page 45
Introduction Paragraph - Georgia (HOT strategy) 
Page 46
Compare & Contrast Example
(Teacher provided handout)
Page 47
Compare & Contrast Paragraph (Atlanta & Savannah)
Page 48
Cause & Effect Graphic Organizer
Cause and effect graphic organizer 
Page 49
Cause & Effect Paragraph (MLK, Robinson, or Carter)
Page 50
Conclusion Guide
Informational Conclusion (Student Handout)
Page 51
Conclusion Paragraph - Georgia
Page 52
Georgia Essay Score Sheet
Georgia Informational Scoring Rubric
Page 53
Georgia Essay Final Draft (Teacher Printed for Students)

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Achieve Article-Write It Down in Google Classroom

Achieve Article-Write It Down

Watch and listen to the instructional video.
Then, open and listen to the read-aloud stretch article.
Read the article on your independent reading level, 
Respond by answering the comprehension questions, and 
Write by completing the thought question using the RACER strategy.

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Achieve Article-A is For Author in Google Classroom

Achieve Article-A is For Author

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Georgia Informational Essay (Final Draft) in Google Classroom

Georgia Informational Essay (Final Draft)

1. Click the plus sign above the blue button on the right to add a Google doc.
2. Do not change the font; it should remain on Arial-11 point.
3. Indent by pushing the tab button to indent each paragraph.
4. You should have the following:
* Introduction Paragraph (3-5 sentences)
* Compare & Contrast Paragraph (5+ sentences)
* Cause & Effect Paragraph (5+ sentences)
* Conclusion Paragraph (3-5 sentences)
5. Type your name and title on your document.
***** Look at my example. I did all of the paragraphs about Needwood Middle School instead of Georgia to give you an example of what your essay should include and how it should look.*****

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Achieve Article: Twelve Years Old and in College in Google Classroom

Achieve Article: Twelve Years Old and in College

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Achieve Article-Instashams in Google Classroom

Achieve Article-Instashams

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IXL Formatting Quotations & Dialogue in Google Classroom

IXL Formatting Quotations & Dialogue

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Identify the Simple Subject or Predicate of a Sentence on IXL in Google Classroom

Identify the Simple Subject or Predicate of a Sentence on IXL

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Identify the Complete Subject or Predicate of a Sentence on IXL in Google Classroom

Identify the Complete Subject or Predicate of a Sentence on IXL

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Realistic Narrative On-Demand in Google Classroom

Realistic Narrative On-Demand

You may use your notebook for guidance (handouts & teacher suggestions).
Remember to write from the third-person point of view (not I or we) and include all of the following:
Introduction Paragraph,
Body Paragraphs (show, don't tell, dialogue, theme, lots of details, etc.),
Conclusion paragraph, and
Transition words or Phrases.
This story should be more than a full typed page.
Do not change the font settings.  (Black font, size 12, Ariel only).

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Achieve Article-Real-Life Marvel Heroes in Google Classroom

Achieve Article-Real-Life Marvel Heroes

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Achieve Article-My Grandfather the Artist in Google Classroom

Achieve Article-My Grandfather the Artist

Complete the Achieve Article called "My Grandfather the Artist".  
Be sure you ask for help if you get stuck on a question.

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Session 6 (part 1) - Story Arc in Google Classroom

Session 6 (part 1) - Story Arc

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Achieve Article: Communicating, Lego Style in Google Classroom

Achieve Article: Communicating, Lego Style

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Narrative Introduction (Leads & Hooks)-Student Activity in Google Classroom

Narrative Introduction (Leads & Hooks)-Student Activity

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Do Now-09/08/2021 in Google Classroom

Do Now-09/08/2021

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Session 5 (Student Activity) in Google Classroom

Session 5 (Student Activity)

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Narrative Writing-Session 3 (Student Activity) in Google Classroom

Narrative Writing-Session 3 (Student Activity)

Optional for Extra Credit!

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Narrative Writing-Session 4 (Student Activity) in Google Classroom

Narrative Writing-Session 4 (Student Activity)

Use the story drafts that you started on pages 17 and 21.

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Narrative Writing-Session 2 (Student Activity) in Google Classroom

Narrative Writing-Session 2 (Student Activity)

Optional for Extra Credit!

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Narrative Writing-Session 1 (Student Activity) in Google Classroom

Narrative Writing-Session 1 (Student Activity)

Optional for Extra Credit (p. 15 in writer's notebook)!

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Do Now for 08/30/2021 in Google Classroom

Do Now for 08/30/2021

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Achieve Article-Think Before You Post in Google Classroom

Achieve Article-Think Before You Post

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Character Struggles for The Scholarship Jacket and YOUR story. in Google Classroom

Character Struggles for The Scholarship Jacket and YOUR story.

Here is an example of what should be in your writer's notebook.  Once you have both of these in your notebook on the correct pages, click the "mark as done" button.

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Complete Sentence or Fragment? (Pre-test) in Google Classroom

Complete Sentence or Fragment? (Pre-test)

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Grammar Pre-Test #1 in Google Classroom

Grammar Pre-Test #1