Has background information shaped how you've viewed an event in your life (like our 'lunchroom fight' scenario last week)? Describe a time where this has happened to you.
Finished Name Game
Turned in Syllabus signature and LOTM Letter
Completed Notebook set-up
Started Lunchroom Fight CW (to be continued)
Do-Now: Listen to my 'story' and then answer the following:
a) How can there be different stories of the event if no one is lying?
b) Who are the different people who may have seen the fight?
c) What might make one person's story more believable than another person?
Handed out and started 'LOTM' letter
Began Name Game
HW: Bring spiral notebook, post-its, and signed syllabus for Monday and bring completed 'LOTM' letter (see below)
Do-Now: How comfortable are you with expressing your opinion in a small group? What factors could help make you more or less comfortable doing so?
Finished Desk Olympics/Syllabus Overview
Lost on the Moon Group Work
HW: Notebook, post-it notes, and signed syllabus due Monday
Do-Now: How is the concept of perspective/point of view related to the trailers we viewed yesterday? IYO, why is it important in the study of WH? Write one-three sentences in Wednesday's space answering this question.
Went over syllabus
Began Desk Olympics
HW: Bring signed syllabus for tomorrow
Bring notebook and post-its to class Monday
Please print out syllabus found below and bring to class tomorrow:
Use the posts to keep yourself up-to-date on the happenings in our class.