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What book should I read?

September 21st, 2010

 Peer Suggested Reading

Share books with your classmates!

Tell your friends about books that you enjoy reading.

Phoenix Students Give Feedback!

September 21st, 2010

I hope you enjoy using our literature class blog.  It is a great learning tool!  Your feedback is welcomed.  What are your thoughts? Feel free to share your ideas and comments.

Orange Class: Lit Tech Day!

September 21st, 2010

In literature class today, we recorded ourselves using Flip Video Cameras!

The first novel our class will read this year is Crash by Jerry Spinelli.  Before we begin reading the novel, we have Essential Questions and pre-reading activities to complete.  We are excited to share some of our Essential Question responses with you!

View the student created videos at the following website:

http://xrdsphoenix.pbworks.com/Lit-Tech-Day!

You can leave a comment for the videos on this blog post!

Thank you,

Ms. Zicha and the Orange Class

Yellow Class: Lit Tech Day

September 21st, 2010

In literature class today, we recorded ourselves using Flip Video Cameras!

The first novel our class will read this year is Crash by Jerry Spinelli.  Before we begin reading the novel, we have Essential Questions and pre-reading activities to complete.  We are excited to share some of our Essential Question responses with you!

View the student created videos at the following website:

http://xrdsphoenix.pbworks.com/Lit-Tech-Day!

You can leave a comment for the videos on this blog post!

Thank you,

Ms. Zicha and the Yellow Class

Green Class: Lit Tech Day!

September 21st, 2010

In literature class today, we recorded ourselves using Flip Video Cameras!

The first novel our class will read this year is Crash by Jerry Spinelli.  Before we begin reading the novel, we have Essential Questions and pre-reading activities to complete.  We are excited to share some of our Essential Question responses with you!

View the student created videos at the following website:

http://xrdsphoenix.pbworks.com/Lit-Tech-Day!

You can leave a comment for the videos on this blog post!

Thank you,

Ms. Zicha and the Green Class

Red Class: Lit Tech Day!

September 21st, 2010

In literature class today, we recorded ourselves using Flip Video Cameras!

The first novel our class will read this year is Crash by Jerry Spinelli.  Before we begin reading the novel, we have Essential Questions and pre-reading activities to complete.  We are excited to share some of our Essential Question responses with you!

View the student created videos at the following website:

http://xrdsphoenix.pbworks.com/Lit-Tech-Day!

You can leave a comment for the videos on this blog post!

Thank you,

Ms. Zicha and the Red Class

Blue Class: Lit Tech Day!

September 21st, 2010

In literature class today, we recorded ourselves using Flip Video Cameras!

The first novel our class will read this year is Crash by Jerry Spinelli.  Before we begin reading the novel, we have Essential Questions and pre-reading activities to complete.  We are excited to share some of our Essential Question responses with you!

View the student created videos at the following website:

http://xrdsphoenix.pbworks.com/Lit-Tech-Day!

You can leave a comment for the videos on this blog post!

Thank you,

Ms. Zicha and the Blue Class

Phoenix Students

August 16th, 2010

SBSD Blogs

Welcome to our literature class blog!  

Our blog is designed to help students develop, explore, and share their writing.  Students contribute to our class blog as they respond to literature and post their writing to the Internet.

Our blog extends the learning environment beyond the classroom while improving student communication and collaboration skills.  Having a real audience is one of the key components to using our blog.  Students receive comments on their writing from classmates.  Parents may also visit the blog and respond to writing.

Our class blog is an extension of our class.  When we make comments on the blog we are respectful to others. All comments are moderated as I approve them before they are published. If you have questions about our class blog please contact me. Kelli.Zicha@sbschools.org

Scroll down to view posts and add comments!

Challenge- Gathering Blue Chapter 18

May 7th, 2010

Optional Blog

Open Ended Question

“We have waited a long time for you,” he said, and looked at her firmly as if he dared her to refuse. (page 173)

  • Kira says that although Jamison has been her protector, she does not want to work on the robe forever. What work has Jamison planned for Kira?
  • Visualize Kira’s future.  What do you think her future will look like?

Gathering Blue- Chapters 13 and 14

May 4th, 2010

How can what you don’t know hurt you?

Gathering Blue- Chapter 13

May 4th, 2010

Why does Jamison repeatedly tell Kira to stay on the path?

Gathering Blue- Chapter 13

May 4th, 2010

Is Jamison someone Kira can trust?

ORANGE- Watch Your Step! OEQ

April 23rd, 2010

Open Ended Question

The author of “Watch Your Step!” seems to know a lot about jellyfish.

  • Is the author afraid of jellyfish?  Explain.
  • Do you think jellyfish are animals that should be feared?  Why or why not?

Use details and examples from the article to support your response.

YELLOW- Watch Your Step! OEQ

April 23rd, 2010

Open Ended Question

The author of “Watch Your Step!” seems to know a lot about jellyfish.

  • Is the author afraid of jellyfish?  Explain.
  • Do you think jellyfish are animals that should be feared?  Why or why not?

Use details and examples from the article to support your response.

GREEN- Watch Your Step! OEQ

April 23rd, 2010

Open Ended Question

The author of “Watch Your Step!” seems to know a lot about jellyfish.

  • Is the author afraid of jellyfish?  Explain.
  • Do you think jellyfish are animals that should be feared?  Why or why not?

Use details and examples from the article to support your response.

RED- Watch Your Step! OEQ

April 23rd, 2010

Open Ended Question

The author of “Watch Your Step!” seems to know a lot about jellyfish.

  • Is the author afraid of jellyfish?  Explain.
  • Do you think jellyfish are animals that should be feared?  Why or why not?

Use details and examples from the article to support your response.

BLUE- Watch Your Step! OEQ

April 23rd, 2010

Open Ended Question

The author of “Watch Your Step!” seems to know a lot about jellyfish.

  • Is the author afraid of jellyfish?  Explain.
  • Do you think jellyfish are animals that should be feared?  Why or why not?

Use details and examples from the article to support your response.

Challenge Yourself! The Snowball Effect OEQ

April 22nd, 2010

Are you up for the challenge?  This is another open ended question for “The Snowball Effect”.

At the end of the story, Angela says, “Suddenly, those extra writing assignments I had feared no longer seemed like such a burden.”

  • What does Angela mean by this statement?
  • Explain why Angela feels the way she does.

Use details and examples from the story to support your response.

ORANGE- The Snowball Effect OEQ

April 22nd, 2010

When Angela decides to take responsibility for the broken window, she imagines how her classmates will treat her.

  • What does Angela imagine her classmates will do?  Why?
  • Do you think Angela’s expectations were realistic?  Why or why not?

Use details and examples from the story to support your response.

YELLOW- The Snowball Effect OEQ

April 22nd, 2010

 

When Angela decides to take responsibility for the broken window, she imagines how her classmates will treat her.

  • What does Angela imagine her classmates will do?  Why?
  • Do you think Angela’s expectations were realistic?  Why or why not?

Use details and examples from the story to support your response.

GREEN- The Snowball Effect OEQ

April 22nd, 2010

When Angela decides to take responsibility for the broken window, she imagines how her classmates will treat her.

  • What does Angela imagine her classmates will do?  Why?
  • Do you think Angela’s expectations were realistic?  Why or why not?

Use details and examples from the story to support your response.

RED- The Snowball Effect OEQ

April 22nd, 2010

When Angela decides to take responsibility for the broken window, she imagines how her classmates will treat her.

  • What does Angela imagine her classmates will do?  Why?
  • Do you think Angela’s expectations were realistic?  Why or why not?

Use details and examples from the story to support your response.

BLUE- The Snowball Effect OEQ

April 22nd, 2010

When Angela decides to take responsibility for the broken window, she imagines how her classmates will treat her.

  • What does Angela imagine her classmates will do?  Why?
  • Do you think Angela’s expectations were realistic?  Why or why not?

Use details and examples from the story to support your response.

YELLOW- Baseball in April OEQ

April 20th, 2010

 

Jesse seems discouraged at the end of the story.

  • Why does Jesse feel this way?  Explain.
  • Do you think that Jesse’s reaction to the tryouts is appropriate?  Why or why not?

Use details and examples from the story to support your response.

GREEN- Baseball in April OEQ

April 20th, 2010

 

Jesse seems discouraged at the end of the story.

  • Why does Jesse feel this way?  Explain.
  • Do you think that Jesse’s reaction to the tryouts is appropriate?  Why or why not?

Use details and examples from the story to support your response.

RED- Baseball in April OEQ

April 20th, 2010

 

Jesse seems discouraged at the end of the story.

  • Why does Jesse feel this way?  Explain.
  • Do you think that Jesse’s reaction to the tryouts is appropriate?  Why or why not?

Use details and examples from the story to support your response.

BLUE – Baseball in April Open Ended Question

April 20th, 2010

Jesse seems discouraged at the end of the story.

  • Why does Jesse feel this way?  Explain.
  • Do you think that Jesse’s reaction to the tryouts is appropriate?  Why or why not?

Use details and examples from the story to support your response.

YELLOW- The Stone OEQ Homework #1

April 14th, 2010

 

Open Ended Question

“Nothing’s moving along as it should,” he groaned.  “I can’t tell one day from another.  Nothing changes, there’s nothing to look forward to, nothing to show for my work.  Why sow if the seeds don’t sprout?  Why plant if there’s never a harvest?  Why eat if I don’t get hungry?  Why go to bed at night, or get up in the morning, or do anything at all?  And the way it looks, so it will stay forever and ever!  I’ll shrivel from boredom if nothing else!”

  • In The Stone, the moral lesson is that growth and change are a natural part of life.  How does Maibon learn this lesson?
  • Why do you think growth is an essential part of life?  Explain.

Use information from the selection to support your response.

GREEN- The Stone OEQ Homework #1

April 14th, 2010

 

Open Ended Question

“Nothing’s moving along as it should,” he groaned.  “I can’t tell one day from another.  Nothing changes, there’s nothing to look forward to, nothing to show for my work.  Why sow if the seeds don’t sprout?  Why plant if there’s never a harvest?  Why eat if I don’t get hungry?  Why go to bed at night, or get up in the morning, or do anything at all?  And the way it looks, so it will stay forever and ever!  I’ll shrivel from boredom if nothing else!”

  • In The Stone, the moral lesson is that growth and change are a natural part of life.  How does Maibon learn this lesson?
  • Why do you think growth is an essential part of life?  Explain.

Use information from the selection to support your response.

BLUE- The Stone OEQ Homework #1

April 14th, 2010

 

Open Ended Question

“Nothing’s moving along as it should,” he groaned.  “I can’t tell one day from another.  Nothing changes, there’s nothing to look forward to, nothing to show for my work.  Why sow if the seeds don’t sprout?  Why plant if there’s never a harvest?  Why eat if I don’t get hungry?  Why go to bed at night, or get up in the morning, or do anything at all?  And the way it looks, so it will stay forever and ever!  I’ll shrivel from boredom if nothing else!”

  • In The Stone, the moral lesson is that growth and change are a natural part of life.  How does Maibon learn this lesson?
  • Why do you think growth is an essential part of life?  Explain.

Use information from the selection to support your response.

ORANGE- The Stone OEQ Homework #1

April 14th, 2010

 

Open Ended Question

“Nothing’s moving along as it should,” he groaned.  “I can’t tell one day from another.  Nothing changes, there’s nothing to look forward to, nothing to show for my work.  Why sow if the seeds don’t sprout?  Why plant if there’s never a harvest?  Why eat if I don’t get hungry?  Why go to bed at night, or get up in the morning, or do anything at all?  And the way it looks, so it will stay forever and ever!  I’ll shrivel from boredom if nothing else!”

  • In The Stone, the moral lesson is that growth and change are a natural part of life.  How does Maibon learn this lesson?
  • Why do you think growth is an essential part of life?  Explain.

Use information from the selection to support your response.

RED- The Stone OEQ Homework #1

April 14th, 2010

 

Open Ended Question

“Nothing’s moving along as it should,” he groaned.  “I can’t tell one day from another.  Nothing changes, there’s nothing to look forward to, nothing to show for my work.  Why sow if the seeds don’t sprout?  Why plant if there’s never a harvest?  Why eat if I don’t get hungry?  Why go to bed at night, or get up in the morning, or do anything at all?  And the way it looks, so it will stay forever and ever!  I’ll shrivel from boredom if nothing else!”

  • In The Stone, the moral lesson is that growth and change are a natural part of life.  How does Maibon learn this lesson?
  • Why do you think growth is an essential part of life?  Explain.

Use information from the selection to support your response.

Student Feedback

April 12th, 2010

 

I hope you enjoy using our literature class blog.  It is a great learning tool!

Your feedback is welcomed.  What are your thoughts? Feel free to share your ideas and comments.

What book should I read?

April 11th, 2010

 

Share books with your classmates!  Tell your friends about books that you enjoy reading.

Gathering Blue- Chapter 6

April 10th, 2010

 

Open-Ended Question 2

The huge bell in the tower of the Council Edifice began to ring.  The bell governed the people’s lives. (Chapter 6, page 56)

  • How many bells rang?  What did these bells signal?   Explain.
  • Are the bells helpful in telling time? Explain.

Use information from Chapter 6 in Gathering Blue to support your response.

Gathering Blue- Chapter 5

April 10th, 2010

Open-Ended Question 1

But Kira shook her head again.  She had wanted to weave, once.  The weaving women had always been kind to her.  But her future seemed different now.  (Chapter 5, page 55)

  • Why does Kira’s future seem different now?   Explain.
  • How does Kira feel about the Council of Guardians’ decision? Explain.

Use information from Chapter 5 in Gathering Blue to support your response.