2016 – 2017 CIS Trimester 1 Agenda

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Week 1: September 5 – 9

September 5

  1. Labor Day – No School

September 6

  1. Welcome Freshmen!

September 7

  1. Welcome to CIS!
  2. What is CIS? Why CIS?
  3. Senior strengths/ junior reasons
  4. Sully/ Noon/ Both/ Neither
  5. Teams
  6. BREAK!
  7. Stations
  8. Permission slips for J'ville
  • TO DO: Jville permission slip due THURSDAY

September 8

  1. Warm Up: Stand in the middle of the room-- we'll pick seats shortly!
  2. Feliz Cumple Hannah C.
  3. Turn in Jville permission slips-- info on field trip
  4. Organize folders
  5. Remind.com @CIS1617 to 81010
  6. Sign in to Quia
  7. Grammar pre-test
  8. Review-- what is and why CIS?
  9. Brainstorm tenets of CIS with partner with sample tenets
  10. Break
  11. Importance of a resume and sample
  12. Brainstorm profile bullet points
  13. Sample profile bullet points
  14. Type/ write profile bullet points
  15. TO DO
  • Jville field trip is TOMORROW! Meet bus at 10:05 outside BIS front office! Wear walking shoes, warm-weather clothes, and bring spending money if you like. You'll need a writing implement. We'll be back at the start of lunch.
  • Six typed profile bullets due Wednesday at the start of class

September 9

  1. Jville field trip
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Week 2: September 12 – 16

September 12

  1. Warm Up: Finish bullet point brainstorm-- hold on to it. If you turned your sheet in on Thursday, get it from Sullivan. Check out this SAT/ ACT prep class!
  2. Vote on tenets
  3. Thank you-- Jville Cemetery
  4. Team awards
  5. Jacksonville reflection/ SNS meeting
  6. Tourist location mix and mingle
  7. Break
  8. Spanish II/ Senior Capstone
  9. Profile Bullets sample
  • To Do: Profile bullets due Wednesday at the start of class.
  • Seniors: Check out this scholarship!
  • Upcoming Events:
    • BIS Night is on Wednesday from 6-7:45! Be there or be square. Go to classrooms first, and then head to the student center to learn about clubs, activities, events, and more.
    • SOU College Fair is Oct. 4. We'll bring all of CIS and will be gone from 9am-12pm. More info to come!
    • Picture retakes are TOMORROW!
    • George Fox will be visiting on Sept. 28 from 9:30 to 10:30 in the library.

September 13

  1. Warm Up: Grab a CIS handbook off of the table and READ IT :)
  2. Feliz Cumple Grace!
  3. Team awards
  4. Group vote-- black or neon
  5. Handbook review
  6. TED Talk
  7. Refine your travel location by taking this quiz! Also check out our sheets from yesterday. Choose your top three and research them on Google. Select your number 1 choice.
  8. Break
  9. Seniors update their resumes
  10. Check out these tutorials to find filters you'd like to use on our group picture.
  11. Research quotes you'd like to use on our group picture.
  • To Do: Profile bullets due Wednesday at the start of class, handbook quiz on Wednesday, turn in parent info sheet by Friday
  • Upcoming Events:
    • BIS Night is TOMORROW from 6-7:45! Be there or be square. Go to classrooms first, and then head to the student center to learn about clubs, activities, events, and more.
    • SOU College Fair is Oct. 4. We'll bring all of CIS and will be gone from 9am-12pm. More info to come!
    • CIS group picture is on WEDNESDAY!
    • George Fox will be visiting on Sept. 28 from 9:30 to 10:30 in the library.

September 14

  1. Warm Up: Put profile bullets AND profile brainstorm on table. Review your handbook for the quiz. Grab a transpophoto contract off of the table.
  2. BIS Night is TONIGHT from 6-7:45! Be there or be square. Go to classrooms first, and then head to the student center to learn about clubs, activities, events, and more.
  3. CIS Handbook Quiz
  4. Group picture
  5. Seniors-- help juniors create a resume
    • Header: Name, address, phone #, e-mail
    • Bullet points
    • Work/ volunteer/ internship experience
    • School activities/ awards/ achievements
    • References: at least three, need address, phone #, e-mail, and PERMISSION to use
    • Must be one page-- no more!
    • Make sure your resume is professionally and skillfully formatted
    • Check out these examples of what to do and what NOT to do:
  6. Break
  7. Refine your travel location by taking this quiz! Also check out our sheets from Monday. Choose your top three and research them on Google. Select your number 1 choice.
  8. Span II/ Seniors, create Photoshop poster that fulfills the following requirements:
    • 30 by 20
    • Includes group CIS picture
    • Includes quote of your choice and who said it
    • Features a/multiple filter(s)
    • Includes a BIS seal/ stamp (search Google)
    • Says: CIS Block, 2016-2017, Crater School of Business, Innovation, and Science
  9. Sen Cap/ Juniors, work on your resumes
  • To Do: Turn in parent info sheet and transpophoto sheet by Friday
  • Upcoming Events:
    • SOU College Fair is Oct. 4. We'll bring all of CIS and will be gone from 9am-12pm. More info to come!
    • George Fox will be visiting on Sept. 28 from 9:30 to 10:30 in the library.

September 15

  1. Warm Up: Seniors, find your junior partner and help him/ her work on his/ her resume. It needs:
    • Header: Name, address, phone #, e-mail
    • Bullet points
    • Work/ volunteer/ internship experience
    • School activities/ awards/ achievements
    • References: at least three, need address, phone #, e-mail, and PERMISSION to use-- i.e.

      Kristen Sullivan

      655 N. 3rd. Street

      Central Point, OR 97502

      kristen.sullivan@district6.org

      (541) 494-6261

    • Must be one page-- no more!
    • Make sure your resume is professionally and skillfully formatted
    • Check out these examples of what to do and what NOT to do:

      Example 1

      Example 2

      Example 3

      Avoid cliches

      Words to use!

  2. Return bullet points- you MUST earn a 5 to get credit
    • Instructions for re-submitting bullet points:

      Correct your bullet points using my notes.

      Ask your jun/ sen partner to look them over.

      Copy and paste them in to your resume.

      Ask Mrs. Sullivan to look at them on your screen.

  3. Plan your dream trip
    • Up to two weeks
    • Create an agenda with prices for each day of your trip-- make sure to include ALL of the elements on my example.
    • Check out these websites to help you plan!

      Tavelocity

      Yelp

      Trip Advisor

  1. Break
  2. Span II/ Seniors, create Photoshop poster that fulfills the following requirements:
    • 30 by 20
    • Includes group CIS picture
    • Includes quote of your choice and who said it
    • Features a/multiple filter(s)
    • Includes a BIS seal/ stamp (search Google)
    • Says: CIS Block, 2016-2017, Crater School of Business, Innovation, and Science
  • To Do: Turn in parent info sheet and transpophoto sheet by TOMORROW, printed resumes for ALL CIS students due Tuesday by the end of the day stapled to first draft of bullet points (4pm), Senior group picture photo poster due Wednesday by 4pm-- save as a JPEG in P drive-handins-BIS-CIS-Group Photo Posters
  • Upcoming Events:
    • Juniors and seniors-- Consider signing up for the November SAT date. Read about why it is important here.
    • SOU College Fair is Oct. 4. We'll bring all of CIS and will be gone from 9am-12pm. More info to come!
    • George Fox will be visiting on Sept. 28 from 9:30 to 10:30 in the library.
    • Spain meeting on Sept. 26 at 5pm in room 27.

September 16

  1. Warm Up: Turn in parent info sheet and transpophoto sheet. Spanish Mingle Mingle Mingle game.
  2. Feliz cumple Daisha!
  3. Party sign-ups
  4. Work Day-- You can work on completing...corrected bullet points (see Sullivan), resume (due Tuesday), Dream Trip itinerary, senior group picture poster (due Wednesday), any missing work in Synergy, SAT sign-up
  5. Resume needs:
    • Header: Name, address, phone #, e-mail
    • Bullet points
    • Work/ volunteer/ internship experience
    • School activities/ awards/ achievements
    • References: at least three, need address, phone #, e-mail, and PERMISSION to use-- i.e.

      Kristen Sullivan

      655 N. 3rd. Street

      Central Point, OR 97502

      kristen.sullivan@district6.org

      (541) 494-6261

    • Must be one page-- no more!
    • Make sure your resume is professionally and skillfully formatted
    • Check out these examples of what to do and what NOT to do:

      Example 1

      Example 2

      Example 3

      Avoid cliches

      Words to use!

  6. Instructions for re-submitting bullet points:

    Correct your bullet points using my notes.

    Ask your jun/ sen partner to look them over.

    Copy and paste them in to your resume.

    Ask Mrs. Sullivan to look at them on your screen.

  7. Plan your dream trip
    • Up to two weeks
    • Create an agenda with prices for each day of your trip-- make sure to include ALL of the elements on my example.
    • Check out these websites to help you plan!

      Tavelocity

      Yelp

      Trip Advisor

  1. Photoshop poster that fulfills the following requirements:
    • 30 by 20
    • Includes group CIS picture
    • Includes quote of your choice and who said it
    • Features a/multiple filter(s)
    • Includes a BIS seal/ stamp (search Google)
    • Says: CIS Block, 2016-2017, Crater School of Business, Innovation, and Science
  2. Break
  3. Mr. Epperson/ Spanish II
  • To Do: Printed resumes for ALL CIS students due Tuesday by the end of the day stapled to first draft of bullet points (4pm), Senior group picture photo poster due Wednesday by 4pm-- save as a JPEG in P drive-handins-BIS-CIS-Group Photo Posters
  • Upcoming Events:
    • Juniors and seniors-- Consider signing up for the November SAT date. Read about why it is important here.
    • SOU College Fair is Oct. 4. We'll bring all of CIS and will be gone from 9am-12pm. More info to come!
    • George Fox will be visiting on Sept. 28 from 9:30 to 10:30 in the library.
    • Spain meeting on Sept. 26 at 5pm in room 27.
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Week 3: September 19 – 23

September 19

  1. Warm Up: Work on dream trip itinerary.
  2. Feliz cumple Hannah B.!
  3. Thank you note for Mr. Epperson
  4. Thursday is our South Korea party-- party people are Darian, Connor, Blake, Bailee, Justice, Kylie, Aubrey, Elle, Sophia, Raymond, Grace, and Daniel.
  5. You cannot leave campus during CIS break OR between classes in general.
  6. Actively read article: highlights or underline AND make notes in the margin
  7. Work on itinerary or resume or bullet points/ SNS
  8. Break
  9. Span II/ Socratic Circle
  10. Sen Capstone/ Socratic Circle
  • To Do: Printed resumes for ALL CIS students due TOMORROW by the end of the day stapled to first draft of bullet points (4pm), Senior group picture photo poster due Wednesday by 4pm-- save as a JPEG in P drive-handins-BIS-CIS-Group Photo Posters
  • Upcoming Events:
    • Juniors and seniors-- Consider signing up for the November SAT date. Read about why it is important here.
    • SOU College Fair is Oct. 4. We'll bring all of CIS and will be gone from 9am-12pm. More info to come!
    • George Fox will be visiting on Sept. 28 from 9:30 to 10:30 in the library.
    • Spain meeting on Sept. 26 at 5pm in room 27.

September 20

  1. Warm Up: Turn in your resume by 4pm today. Work on dream trip itinerary.
  2. Cultural differences
  3. What makes a good essay?
  4. Why Travel? Essay
    • Requirements: 5 paragraph minimum, typed and double-spaced with your name on it, hook must be travel-themed quote, strong thesis, transitions at the start of each body paragraph, base body paragraphs on the "Why We Travel" article from the Socratic Circle AND the Rick Steves TEDx talk. Give credit to your sources!
    • Crediting sources game
  5. Span II Socratic Circle
  6. Break
  7. Span II/ Senior Socratic Circle
  8. Seniors-- Use this website to narrow your college search.
  9. Senior work time
  • To Do: Printed resumes for ALL CIS students due TODAY by the end of the day stapled to first draft of bullet points (4pm), Senior group picture photo poster due TOMORROW by 4pm-- save as a JPEG in P drive-handins-BIS-CIS-Group Photo Posters, Why Travel? essay due Friday by 4pm-- print and submit to Mrs. Sullivan AND save in U drive.
  • Are you in honors with Sullivan in T2? Are you interested in signing up for WR121? See her TODAY!
  • Upcoming Events:
    • Juniors and seniors-- Consider signing up for the November SAT date. Read about why it is important here.
    • SOU College Fair is Oct. 4. We'll bring all of CIS and will be gone from 9am-12pm. More info to come!
    • George Fox will be visiting on Sept. 28 from 9:30 to 10:30 in the library.
    • Spain meeting on Monday at 5pm in room 27.
    • Hippy Day is this WEDNESDAY! Sign in for a point at the BIS Board table in the BIS lobby.
    • FAFSA night for seniors is Oct. 11
    • Thursday is our South Korea party-- party people are Darian, Connor, Blake, Bailee, Justice, Kylie, Aubrey, Elle, Sophia, Raymond, Grace, and Daniel.
    • Herff Jones senior assembly is Oct. 7.

September 21

  1. Warm Up: If you are a party person this week, see Sullivan to let her know what your contribution is. Seniors, make sure you group picture poster is in the P drive by 4pm today! Work on dream trip itinerary.
  2. ITA Organizer: Use these sites and others of your choice to create a graphic organizer of information on Mt. Everest. You must have a central theme, at least five categories, and at least three pieces of information for each sub-category. Check out this example!
  3. Break
  4. Why Travel? Essay
    • Requirements: 5 paragraph minimum, typed and double-spaced with your name on it, hook must be travel-themed quote, strong thesis, transitions at the start of each body paragraph, base body paragraphs on the "Why We Travel" article from the Socratic Circle AND the Rick Steves TEDx talk. Give credit to your sources!
  5. Work on dream trip itinerary
  6. Seniors-- Use this website to narrow your college search.
  • To Do: Mt. Everest organizer due Monday at the start of class-- turn in a hard copy, Senior group picture photo poster due TODAY by 4pm-- save as a JPEG in P drive-handins-BIS-CIS-Group Photo Posters, Why Travel? essay due Friday by 4pm-- print and submit to Mrs. Sullivan AND save in U drive, Dream Trip itinerary due Monday by 4pm-- save as your last name first name in the P drive-- handins-- BIS-- CIS-- Dream Trip Itinerary
  • Are you in honors with Sullivan in T2? Are you interested in signing up for WR121? See her TODAY!
  • Upcoming Events:
    • Juniors and seniors-- Consider signing up for the November SAT date. Read about why it is important here.
    • SOU College Fair is Oct. 4. We'll bring all of CIS and will be gone from 9am-12pm. More info to come!
    • George Fox will be visiting on Sept. 28 from 9:30 to 10:30 in the library.
    • Spain meeting on Monday at 5pm in room 27.
    • Hippy Day is this TODAY! Sign in for a point at the BIS Board table in the BIS lobby.
    • FAFSA night for seniors is Oct. 11
    • Thursday is our South Korea party-- party people are Darian, Connor, Blake, Bailee, Justice, Kylie, Aubrey, Elle, Sophia, Raymond, Grace, and Daniel.
    • Herff Jones senior assembly is Oct. 7.

September 22

  1. Warm Up: If you are a party person, get your supplies gathered for the party. Everyone else, work on your dream trip itinerary or other tasks.
  2. October 10th-- parent volunteers for our field trip?
  3. El Poblano trip is on Tuesday! Bring money to buy your lunch!
  4. South Korea Party!
  5. Break
  6. Senior work time/ Spanish II
  7. ITA Organizer: Use these sites and others of your choice to create a graphic organizer of information on Mt. Everest. You must have a central theme, at least five categories, and at least three pieces of information for each sub-category. Check out this example!
  1. Why Travel? Essay
    • Requirements: 5 paragraph minimum, typed and double-spaced with your name on it, hook must be travel-themed quote, strong thesis, transitions at the start of each body paragraph, base body paragraphs on the "Why We Travel" article from the Socratic Circle AND the Rick Steves TEDx talk. Give credit to your sources!
  2. Work on dream trip itinerary
  3. Seniors-- Use this website to narrow your college search.
  • To Do: Mt. Everest organizer due Monday at the start of class-- turn in a hard copy, Why Travel? essay due Friday by 4pm-- print and submit to Mrs. Sullivan AND save in U drive, Dream Trip itinerary due Monday by 4pm-- save as your last name first name in the P drive-- handins-- BIS-- CIS-- Dream Trip Itinerary
  • Upcoming Events:
    • Juniors and seniors-- Consider signing up for the November SAT date. Read about why it is important here.
    • SOU College Fair is Oct. 4. We'll bring all of CIS and will be gone from 9am-12pm. More info to come!
    • George Fox will be visiting on Sept. 28 from 9:30 to 10:30 in the library.
    • Spain meeting on Monday at 5pm in room 27.
    • FAFSA night for seniors is Oct. 11
    • Herff Jones senior assembly is Oct. 7.
    • El Poblano trip is on Tuesday! Bring money to buy your lunch!

September 23

  1. Warm Up: Complete task 2 under the Website tab on the CIS page.
  2. El Poblano trip is on Tuesday! Bring money to buy your lunch!
  3. Sign up for the college fair-- we're taking all of CIS! Click on the state of Oregon > then attending the 3rd listed Association PNACAC 10/4 @ Southern Oregon University > Register Now. Print your form and give it to Sullivan :)
  4. Oct. 10 field trip update
  5. Work time: Why Travel? essay DUE TODAY BY 4pm, ITA organizer, Dream Trip itinerary, check Synergy and complete missing assignments
  6. Break
  7. ITA background/ Spanish II
  8. Sen Capstone/ ITA background
  • To Do: Mt. Everest organizer due Monday at the start of class-- turn in a hard copy, Why Travel? essay due TODAY by 4pm-- print and submit to Mrs. Sullivan AND save in U drive, Dream Trip itinerary due Monday by 4pm-- save as your last name first name in the P drive-- handins-- BIS-- CIS-- Dream Trip Itinerary
  • Upcoming Events:
    • Juniors and seniors-- Consider signing up for the November SAT date. Read about why it is important here.
    • SOU College Fair is Oct. 4. We'll bring all of CIS and will be gone from 9am-12pm. More info to come!
    • George Fox will be visiting on Sept. 28 from 9:30 to 10:30 in the library.
    • Spain meeting on Monday at 5pm in room 27.
    • FAFSA night for seniors is Oct. 11
    • Herff Jones senior assembly is Oct. 7.
    • El Poblano trip is on Tuesday! Bring money to buy your lunch!
    • Seniors: Use this website to narrow your college search.
    • Our field trip is on October 10th-- please ask parents or guardians if they want to chaperone!
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Week 4: September 26 – 30

September 26

  1. Warm Up: Put ITA Graphic Organizer on the table. Grab a permission slip for our field trip! Take this survey for Community 101. Make sure you turn in your dream trip itinerary by 4pm today.Do not print it! Save as your last name first name in the P drive-- handins-- BIS-- CIS-- Dream Trip Itinerary.
  2. El Poblano trip is TOMORROW! Bring money to buy your lunch!
  3. Spain meeting TODAY at 5pm in room 27.
    • Photo shoot on Thursday-- wear touristy clothes that match your travel destination. Check out these ideas for poses!Image result for cool outdoorsy magazine coversImage result for cool outdoorsy magazine coversImage result for cool travel magazine coversImage result for cool travel magazine coversImage result for cool travel magazine coversImage result for cool international magazine coversImage result for cool international magazine coversImage result for cool international magazine coversImage result for travel magazine magazine covers
  4. Sign up for the college fair if you didn't on Friday-- we're taking all of CIS! Click on the state of Oregon > then attending the 3rd listed Association PNACAC 10/4 @ Southern Oregon University > Register Now. Print your form and give it to Sullivan :)
  5. Tourism and Economics Cornell Notes
  6. Check out ITA at 11am
  7. SNS-- bring your article to class tomorrow!
  8. Break
    • ITA Post-its: In each chapter of ITA, write notes on at least two post-its and place them in your book. Notes can be questions to bring up in class, information related to tourism, facts that you find noteworthy, surprising moments, etc. Be ready to share what you have on your post-its when your reading assignment is due!
  9. Begin ITA / Spanish II
    • Senior ITA vocabulary lesson: Sign up for one pair of words on Sullivan's sheet. On the day you choose, you will be responsible for teaching the class your terms during the warm up section of CIS. You must provide the following: 1) correct pronounciation of the words, 2) easy-to-understand definition of the words, 3) example of how the words are used in the book, 4) creative way to help students remember the words (symbol, picture, song, rhyme, etc.). You can create a slide if you like-- share/ send to Sullivan and Noon before class begins that day to earn full credit.
  1. Sen Capstone/ Begin ITA
  • To Do: Dream Trip itinerary due TODAY by 4pm!, ch. 1-2 in ITA due Wednesday with at least two post-its per chapter (four total)
  • Upcoming Events:
    • Juniors and seniors-- Consider signing up for the November SAT date. Read about why it is important here.
    • SOU College Fair is Oct. 4. We'll bring all of CIS and will be gone from 9am-12pm. More info to come!
    • George Fox will be visiting on WEDNESDAY from 9:30 to 10:30 in the library.
    • FAFSA night for seniors is Oct. 11
    • Herff Jones senior assembly is Oct. 7.
    • El Poblano trip is on TOMORROW! Bring money to buy your lunch!
    • Seniors: Use this website to narrow your college search.
    • Our field trip is on October 10th-- please ask parents or guardians if they want to chaperone!
    • Oct 10th permission slips due FRIDAY!
    • Club Faire is on Tuesday at lunch!

September 27

  1. Warm Up: Take this survey for Community 101. Put field trip permission slips on the table if you have them filled out-- they are due on Friday! Then quietly read ITA.
  2. Club Faire is today at lunch-- stop by the courtyard to see what clubs and activities are available this year at Crater!
  3. Vocabulary 1/ 2-- Sean and Luke
  4. Tourism and Economics Cornell Notes
  5. Sign up for the college fair if you didn't on Friday-- we're taking all of CIS! Click on the state of Oregon > then attending the 3rd listed Association PNACAC 10/4 @ Southern Oregon University > Register Now. Print your form and give it to Sullivan :)
  6. Break
  7. El Poblano trip!
  • To Do:
  • Photo shoot on Thursday-- wear touristy clothes that match your travel destination. Check out these ideas for poses!
  • Economics and Travel Cornell Notes due Thursday at the start of class.
  • Ch. 1-2 in ITA due Wednesday with at least two post-its per chapter (four total); seniors, make sure to prep for your vocabulary presentation!

    ITA Post-its: In each chapter of ITA, write notes on at least two post-its and place them in your book. Notes can be questions to bring up in class, information related to tourism, facts that you find noteworthy, surprising moments, etc. Be ready to share what you have on your post-its when your reading assignment is due!

    Senior ITA vocabulary lesson: Sign up for one pair of words on Sullivan's sheet. On the day you choose, you will be responsible for teaching the class your terms during the warm up section of CIS. You must provide the following: 1) correct pronounciation of the words, 2) easy-to-understand definition of the words, 3) example of how the words are used in the book, 4) creative way to help students remember the words (symbol, picture, song, rhyme, etc.). You can create a slide if you like-- share/ send to Sullivan and Noon before class begins that day to earn full credit.

  • Upcoming Events:
    • Juniors and seniors-- Consider signing up for the November SAT date. Read about why it is important here.
    • SOU College Fair is Oct. 4. We'll bring all of CIS and will be gone from 9am-12pm. More info to come!
    • George Fox will be visiting on WEDNESDAY from 9:30 to 10:30 in the library.
    • FAFSA night for seniors is Oct. 11
    • Herff Jones senior assembly is Oct. 7.
    • Seniors: Use this website to narrow your college search.
    • Our field trip is on October 10th-- please ask parents or guardians if they want to chaperone!
    • Oct 10th permission slips due FRIDAY!

September 28

  1. Warm Up: Work on finishing your Tourism/ Economy Cornell Notes-- do the back side. Turn in permission slips for our Oct. 10 field trip. They are due Friday!
  2. Photo shoot is TOMORROW! Bring clothes/ props!
  3. The following people need to print off bar codes for the SOU college fair: AJ B., Ryan C., Rhon'e F., Colton P., Daisha S., Julian A., Jennasee B., Kylie C., Aubrey C., Ramon C., Salvador C., Raymond C., Elle D., Kiefer E., Jordan F., Abbi Mc., Kyriah R., Bailee R., Aaron R., Damion S., Nolan T., ChisT., Ben T., Lauren W., Kaitlyn W. college fair -- Click on the state of Oregon > then attending the 3rd listed Association PNACAC 10/4 @ Southern Oregon University > Register Now. Print your form and give it to Sullivan :)
  4. Feliz Cumple Aaron C.!
  5. Vocabulary 1/ 2-- Jacob and Hannah B.
  6. Resume corrections explanation-- new, improved resumes due Friday to Noon by 4pm-- staple new version to top of old version
  7. SNS ITA discussion/ work on correcting resumes, completing Cornell notes, and finishing ch. 1 and 2 of ITA
  8. Save dream trip itinerary correctly
  9. Seniors: Check your grade on your group picture poster. If you did not get a 5, see Sullivan!
  10. Break
  11. Spanish II/ ITA in fishbowl
  12. Senior Capstone/ ITA in fishbowl
  • To Do:
  • Photo shoot on Thursday-- wear touristy clothes that match your travel destination.
  • Resume corrections due Friday to Noon by 4pm-- staple new version to top of old version
  • Economics and Travel Cornell Notes due Thursday at the start of class.
  • Ch. 3-4 in ITA due Friday with at least two post-its per chapter (four total); seniors, make sure to prep for your vocabulary presentation!

    ITA Post-its: In each chapter of ITA, write notes on at least two post-its and place them in your book. Notes can be questions to bring up in class, information related to tourism, facts that you find noteworthy, surprising moments, etc. Be ready to share what you have on your post-its when your reading assignment is due!

    Senior ITA vocabulary lesson: Sign up for one pair of words on Sullivan's sheet. On the day you choose, you will be responsible for teaching the class your terms during the warm up section of CIS. You must provide the following: 1) correct pronounciation of the words, 2) easy-to-understand definition of the words, 3) example of how the words are used in the book, 4) creative way to help students remember the words (symbol, picture, song, rhyme, etc.). You can create a slide if you like-- share/ send to Sullivan and Noon before class begins that day to earn full credit.

  • Upcoming Events:
    • Juniors and seniors-- Consider signing up for the November SAT date. Read about why it is important here.
    • SOU College Fair is Tuesday. We'll bring all of CIS and will be gone from 9am-12pm. More info to come!
    • George Fox will be visiting TODAY from 9:30 to 10:30 in the library.
    • FAFSA night for seniors is Oct. 11
    • Herff Jones senior assembly is Oct. 7.
    • Seniors: Use this website to narrow your college search.
    • Our field trip is on October 10th-- please ask parents or guardians if they want to chaperone!
    • Oct 10th permission slips due FRIDAY!
    • Seniors, if you want to make corrections to your group photo poster so it can be part of the class contest, please resave your poster with the word FINAL and your name by the end of class by TOMORROW!

September 29

    1. Warm Up: Take out your Cornell Notes. If you turned them in already, get them from Sullivan. Turn in permission slips for our Oct. 10 field trip. Quietly read ITA-- you should be finished with ch. 4 by tomorrow.
    2. Vocabulary 1/ 2-- Megan and Kayliana
    3. Photo shoot
    4. Write your first article for your TRAVEL MAGAZINE. Here's how!
    5. A) You might want to begin by looking at magazine articles from the magazines on the table to get ideas.

      B) Your article's topic is ECONOMICS & TOURISM. You can make up a title that you believe is fitting.

      C) Type your article in Word and save it in your U drive in your CIS folder in a NEW folder called MAGAZINE.

      D) The format of your article must be as follows: Exciting hook and intro of topic (1 paragraph), Multiple body paragraphs (2-5), Closing/ reflection (1 paragraph). Sometimes paragraphs in articles are shorter than in essays-- look at examples to see models of this!

      E) Each of the following topics MUST be covered in your article: - Economic pros and cons of tourism-- you MUST use, define, give examples of, and highlight the following words in this part of your article: economics, Gross Domestic Product, employment, resources, scarcity, supply, demand, leakage, externalities, government incentives. Use your Cornell notes for this information! - A change you would make to your dream trip based on economics-- how could you make your dream trip more economically beneficial to the country you are visiting? What intelligent economic choices can tourists make? Be specific! Choose one of your hotels, activities, restaurants, etc., explain why it is not a smart economic choice (i.e. contributes to leakage, has negative externalities, etc.) and explain how you would change the trip based on this information!

      F) Keep an MLA-style list of sources you use to write your article-- this will be included in your magazine.

    6. Read ch. 3-4 of ITA
    7. Break
    8. Spanish II/ Senior College Essay research: Read this info on college admissions essays. Then look over these examples of college essays that are considered exemplary. Working with a partner on one sheet of paper, list at least five tips for writing a quality college essay. Then choose three or more well-written excerpts from the essays you looked over-- write/ copy the excerpt and tell why you thought it was well-written. Put both group members' names on the paper!
    • To Do:
    • Seniors, if you want to make corrections to your group photo poster so it can be part of the class contest, please resave your poster with the word FINAL and your name by the end of class on TODAY!
    • Tourism and Economics Article due Oct. 7th by 4pm to Sullivan-- save in your CIS/ Magazine folder AND give a copy to Sullivan.
    • Resume corrections due Friday to Noon by 4pm-- staple new version to top of old version
    • Ch. 3-4 in ITA due Friday with at least two post-its per chapter (four total); seniors, make sure to prep for your vocabulary presentation!

      ITA Post-its: In each chapter of ITA, write notes on at least two post-its and place them in your book. Notes can be questions to bring up in class, information related to tourism, facts that you find noteworthy, surprising moments, etc. Be ready to share what you have on your post-its when your reading assignment is due!

      Senior ITA vocabulary lesson: Sign up for one pair of words on Sullivan's sheet. On the day you choose, you will be responsible for teaching the class your terms during the warm up section of CIS. You must provide the following: 1) correct pronounciation of the words, 2) easy-to-understand definition of the words, 3) example of how the words are used in the book, 4) creative way to help students remember the words (symbol, picture, song, rhyme, etc.). You can create a slide if you like-- share/ send to Sullivan and Noon before class begins that day to earn full credit.

    • Upcoming Events:
      • Juniors and seniors-- Consider signing up for the November SAT date. Read about why it is important here.
      • SOU College Fair is Tuesday. We'll bring all of CIS and will be gone from 9am-12pm. Meet outside the BIS office at the start of the school day!
      • FAFSA night for seniors is Oct. 11
      • Herff Jones senior assembly is Oct. 7.
      • Our field trip is on October 10th-- please ask parents or guardians if they want to chaperone!
      • Oct 10th permission slips due FRIDAY
      • Interested in volunteering at the Jewett Fall Carnival on Oct. 25? Email Cass Rackley at cassrackleylmt@gmail.com to sign up!
      • Seniors: Want to go on the project graduationt trip this year? E-mail Angela Brown at Angela.brown@district6.org to save your spot! The cost is $100 and it needs to be paid by Feb. 1.

    September 30

    1. Warm Up: Turn in permission slips for our Oct. 10 field trip. Simon Dice game.
    2. Feliz Cumple Blake and Rose!
    3. Vocabulary 1/ 2-- Rose
    4. Work Day! Tourism and Economics article, correcting resumes, and finishing ch. 3-6 of ITA. Check Synergy and work on completing missing work/ improving grades on assignments with low scores.
    5. SNS
    6. Break
    7. Spanish II/ Guest speaker
    8. Senior Capstone/ Guest speaker
    • To Do:
    • Resume corrections due TODAY to Noon by 4pm-- staple new version to top of old version
    • Ch. 5-6 in ITA due Monday with at least two post-its per chapter (four total); seniors, make sure to prep for your vocabulary presentation!

      ITA Post-its: In each chapter of ITA, write notes on at least two post-its and place them in your book. Notes can be questions to bring up in class, information related to tourism, facts that you find noteworthy, surprising moments, etc. Be ready to share what you have on your post-its when your reading assignment is due!

      Senior ITA vocabulary lesson: Sign up for one pair of words on Sullivan's sheet. On the day you choose, you will be responsible for teaching the class your terms during the warm up section of CIS. You must provide the following: 1) correct pronounciation of the words, 2) easy-to-understand definition of the words, 3) example of how the words are used in the book, 4) creative way to help students remember the words (symbol, picture, song, rhyme, etc.). You can create a slide if you like-- share/ send to Sullivan and Noon before class begins that day to earn full credit.

    • Upcoming Events:
      • Juniors and seniors-- Consider signing up for the November SAT date. Read about why it is important here.
      • SOU College Fair is Tuesday. We'll bring all of CIS and will be gone from 9am-12pm. More info to come!
      • FAFSA night for seniors is Oct. 11
      • Herff Jones senior assembly is Oct. 7.
      • Seniors: Use this website to narrow your college search.
      • Our field trip is on October 10th-- please ask parents or guardians if they want to chaperone!
      • Oct 10th permission slips due FRIDAY
      • Interested in volunteering at the Jewett Fall Carnival on Oct. 25? Email Cass Rackley at cassrackleylmt@gmail.com to sign up!
      • Seniors: Want to go on the project graduationt trip this year? E-mail Angela Brown at Angela.brown@district6.org to save your spot! The cost is $100 and it needs to be paid by Feb. 1.

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Week 5: October 3 – 7

October 3

  1. Warm Up: Work on your economics and tourism article OR qietly read Into Thin Air-- you should be finished with ch. 6 by the time 3rd period begins. Make sure to add post-its!
  2. Thank you for Mrs. Layton and Mr. Tonn
  3. Turn in permission slips for our Oct. 10 field trip if you are Orfa, Salvador, Abbi, Aaron R., Damion, Chris, Trevor, Ben, Sabreena, Lauren, Kaitlyn, Sean, Rhon'e, Amy, Luke P., Colton, Daisha, and Garrett.
  4. Print SOU bar code if you are Rhon'e, Colton, Daisha, Elle, Jordan, Aaron R., Nolan, and Chris. college fair -- Click on the state of Oregon > then attending the 3rd listed Association PNACAC 10/4 @ Southern Oregon University > Register Now. Print your form and give it to Sullivan :)
  5. Vocabulary 1/ 2-- Daisha and Topanga
  6. Magazine cover ideas

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  1. Magazine Cover steps 1-2-- Use PHOTOSHOP (not effects)
    • Create NEW file-- 8.5 in. wide by 11 tall; use 300 resolution
    • Find LARGE image as your background-- click on View Image and save in your U drive-- CIS-- 2016-17-- Magazine folder
    • Cut out your sillhouette using magic wand tool
    • Put your picture on background-- make sure dimensions are visibly appropriate and realistic
    • Save as Photoshop in your U drive-- CIS-- 2016-17-- Magazine folder
  2. SNS
  3. Break
  4. Spanish II/ ITA discussion and pics
  5. Senior Capstone/ ITA discussion and pics
  • To Do:
    • Ch. 7-8 in ITA due Wednesday with at least two post-its per chapter (four total); seniors, make sure to prep for your vocabulary presentation! Keep track of your character.
    • Economics and tourism article due Friday by 4pm-- double-space and submit to Sullivan.
    • Magazine cover steps 1-2 due Thursday at the start of class
  • Upcoming Events:
    • SOU College Fair is TOMORROW. We'll bring all of CIS and will be gone from 9am-12pm. Meet out front at the start of the school day! See Sullivan to get your bar code and assignment. Bring a writing utensil and represent Crater well!
    • FAFSA night for seniors is Oct. 11
    • Herff Jones senior assembly is Tuesday
    • Our field trip is on October 10th-- please ask parents or guardians if they want to chaperone! What to bring/ do:
        1. Bring $5 for Wildlife Images
        2. Bring a sack lunch-- we'll picnic at Out n About
        3. Be prepared for rain or shine-- it may get a bit dirty and you will want a rain jacket!
        4. Stay with the group
        5. At Wildlife Images, stay an arm's length from encolsures and use quiet voices
        6. Take what you brought, leave what you did not
        7. Have fun!
    • Interested in volunteering at the Jewett Fall Carnival on Oct. 25? Email Cass Rackley at cassrackleylmt@gmail.com to sign up!
    • Seniors: Want to go on the project graduationt trip this year? E-mail Angela Brown at Angela.brown@district6.org to save your spot! The cost is $100 and it needs to be paid by Feb. 1.

October 4

  1. SOU College Fair

October 5

  1. Warm Up: Take out your paperwork from the college fair yesterday. If you are a senior, hold on to it for Senior Capstone. If you are a junior, use it to fill out the college info sheet from Rogan that you recieved on Monday. EVERYONE, TURN IN YOUR COLLEGE INFO SHEETS! Then quietly read Into Thin Air-- you should be finished with ch. 8 by the time 3rd period begins. Make sure to add post-its!
  2. Turn in permission slips for our Oct. 10 field trip if you are Abbi, Aaron R., Chris, Sabreena, Lauren, Kaitlyn, Rhon'e, Amy, Luke P., Colton, Daisha, and Garrett.
  3. Vocabulary 1/ 2-- Daisha, AJ, Jenny
  4. Resume corrections-- if you have credit, AWESOME! If you don't, correct, staple new version to the top, and give to Noon by the end of the day on Friday (4pm).
  5. Magazine Cover steps 1-2-- PICTURE Use PHOTOSHOP
    • Create NEW file-- 8.5 in. wide by 11 tall; use 300 resolution
    • Find LARGE image as your background-- click on View Image and save in your U drive-- CIS-- 2016-17-- Magazine folder
    • Cut out your sillhouette using magic wand tool
    • Put your picture on background-- make sure dimensions are visibly appropriate and realistic
    • Save as Photoshop in your U drive-- CIS-- 2016-17-- Magazine folder
    • Consider using a FILTER to enhance your picture. These tutorials can help!
    • Tutorial 1
    • Tutorial 2
  1. Magazine Cover step 3-- TITLE and BORDER
  • Create a title for your magazine-- use the text tool in Photoshop to do this. Make sure it is eye-catching but not distracting AND fits well with the style and location of your magazine.
  • Download a font to fit your magazine style. Try this website! You must use a downloaded font. Also experiment with effects!
  • Proofread closely-- you don't want typos on your magazine cover!
  • Add a border to your magazine. Use the pencil tool at 24 with a square brush. Hit shift to draw a straight line!
  1. If you finish your magazine steps, you can quietly read your book OR work on your tourism/ economics article.
  2. SNS
  3. Break
  4. Spanish II/ ITA discussion
  5. Senior Capstone/ ITA discussion
  • To Do:
    • Ch. 9-13 in ITA due Wednesday with at least two post-its per chapter (four total); seniors, make sure to prep for your vocabulary presentation! Keep track of your character.
    • Economics and tourism article due Friday by 4pm-- double-space and submit to Sullivan. Cornell notes on tourism and economy also due.
    • Resume corrections-- if you have credit, AWESOME! If you don't, correct, staple new version to the top, and give to Noon by the end of the day on Friday (4pm).
    • Magazine cover steps 1-3 (picture, background, name of magazine) due Friday at the start of class
  • Upcoming Events:
    • FAFSA night for seniors is Wednesday, Oct. 12 in the large side of the tech center at 6pm- 8pm. SAT/ ACT and college admissions info will also be available!
    • Herff Jones senior assembly is FRIDAY
    • Our field trip is on October 10th-- please ask parents or guardians if they want to chaperone! What to bring/ do:
        1. Bring $5 for Wildlife Images
        2. Bring a sack lunch-- we'll picnic at Out n About
        3. Be prepared for rain or shine-- it may get a bit dirty and you will want a rain jacket!
        4. Stay with the group
        5. At Wildlife Images, stay an arm's length from enclosures and use quiet voices
        6. Take what you brought, leave what you did not
        7. Have fun!
    • Seniors: Want to go on the project graduationt trip this year? E-mail Angela Brown at Angela.brown@district6.org to save your spot! The cost is $100 and it needs to be paid by Feb. 1.

    October 6

    1. Warm-Up: Vote for homecoming court. Work on your magazine cover OR quietly read Into Thin Air. Topanga and Amy-- see Sully.
    2. Feliz Cumple Luke P.!
    3. Turn in permission slips for our Oct. 10 field trip if you are Abbi, Aaron R., Chris, Sabreena, Lauren, Rhon'e, Amy, Luke P., Colton, Daisha, and Garrett. We need one more chaperone.
    4. Vocabulary 1/ 2-- Dustin, Collin
    5. Cover letter or e-mail instructions
    • Tips: Polite and informative tone, block indent, use a header, be specific!
    1. Internship details-- Tuesdays Oct. 25-Dec. 13; Oct. 25-Nov. 1 will be 10am-noon, Nov. 8- Dec. 13 will be 10:05-12:30.
    2. Work on cover letters, resume corrections, magazine covers, or tourism and econ articles.
    3. Break
    1. Spanish II/ Senior work time
    • To Do:
      • Ch. 9-13 in ITA due Wednesday with at least two post-its per chapter (four total); seniors, make sure to prep for your vocabulary presentation! Keep track of your character.
      • Economics and tourism article due TOMORROW by 4pm-- double-space and submit to Sullivan. Cornell notes on tourism and economy also due.
      • Cover letters/ emails due FRIDAY by the start of class-- print and give to Sullivan.
      • Resume corrections-- if you have credit, AWESOME! If you don't correct, staple new version to the top, and give to Noon by the end of the day on Friday (4pm).
      • Magazine cover steps 1-3 (picture, background, name of magazine) due Friday-- not a hard deadline, just try to be at this point.
    • Upcoming Events:
      • FAFSA night for seniors is Wednesday, Oct. 12 in the large side of the tech center at 6pm- 8pm. SAT/ ACT and college admissions info will also be available!
      • Dress Like a Musical Artist spirit day-- Wednesday
      • Sign up for He Man (Oct. 17) or Powder Puff (Oct. 19) with the bookkeeper to save your spot!
      • Herff Jones senior assembly is FRIDAY
      • Our field trip is on MONDAY-- please ask parents or guardians if they want to chaperone! What to bring/ do:
          1. Bring $5 for Wildlife Images
          2. Meet outside BIS office by 8:20-- we leave at 8:30!
          3. Bring a sack lunch-- we'll picnic at Out n About
          4. Be prepared for rain or shine-- it may get a bit dirty and you will want a rain jacket!
          5. Stay with the group
          6. At Wildlife Images, stay an arm's length from enclosures and use quiet voices
          7. Take what you brought, leave what you did not
          8. Have fun!
      • Seniors: Want to go on the project graduationt trip this year? E-mail Angela Brown at Angela.brown@district6.org to save your spot! The cost is $100 and it needs to be paid by Feb. 1. See Kayliana at lunch today in the courtyard for more info.

October 7

  1. Warm Up: Vote for posters-- Go to the P drive, Handouts, BIS, CIS, 2016-17, Group Photo Contest. Write down your name and your number one choice of poster. Give to Sullivan or Noon. This picture will be featured on our website and be printed and displayed in the tech center! Turn in your cover letter to Sullivan.
  2. Feliz Cumple Meyah and Damion!
  3. SENIORS-- go to the PAC at noon.
  4. Turn in permission slips for our Oct. 10 field trip if you are Makaila, Bailee, and Daniel.
  5. Vocabulary 1/ 2-- Justin, Hannah C., Collin
  6. Work Day! Complete resume corrections and give to Noon by 4pm-- staple to old copies, Econ and Tourism article (turn in with Cornell notes by 4pm to Sullivan), look for an internship, read Into Thin Air ch. 13 by Wendesday, and magazine covers. Check Synergy to see if you have missing work-- if so, do it and turn it in!
  7. Internship details-- Tuesdays Oct. 25-Dec. 13; Oct. 25-Nov. 1 will be 10am-noon, Nov. 8- Dec. 13 will be 10:05-12:30.
  8. SNS
  9. Break
  10. Spanish II/ speaker
  11. Senior capstone/ speaker
  • To Do:
    • Ch. 9-13 in ITA due Wednesday with at least two post-its per chapter (four total); seniors, make sure to prep for your vocabulary presentation! Keep track of your character.
  • Upcoming Events:
    • FAFSA night for seniors is Wednesday, Oct. 12 in the large side of the tech center at 6pm- 8pm. SAT/ ACT and college admissions info will also be available!
    • Dress Like a Musical Artist spirit day-- Wednesday
    • Sign up for He Man (Oct. 17) or Powder Puff (Oct. 19) with the bookkeeper to save your spot!
    • Our field trip is on MONDAY-- please ask parents or guardians if they want to chaperone! What to bring/ do:
        1. Bring $5 for Wildlife Images
        2. Meet outside BIS office by 8:20-- we leave at 8:30!
        3. Bring a sack lunch-- we'll picnic at Out n About
        4. Be prepared for rain or shine-- it may get a bit dirty and you will want a rain jacket!
        5. Stay with the group
        6. At Wildlife Images, stay an arm's length from enclosures and use quiet voices
        7. Take what you brought, leave what you did not
        8. Have fun!
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Week 6: October 10 – 14

October 10

  1. Field Trip Alternate Assignment: Write a multi-paragraph research essay about three businesses in Southern Oregon that focus on tourism. Tell how each business began, what tourist services or activities they offer, and how they contribute to the local economy (i.e. how many employees they have, how much money they generate each year, etc.) Does each business have a positive or negative overall impact? Explain. Make sure to use MLA citations and a Works Cited page. Turn in to Mr. Bowker by the end of 3rd period.

October 11

  1. Warm Up: Vote for Homecoming Court-- this is the final round of voting. Then complete task 3 on the Website tab.
  2. Thank you Mr. Powell
  3. Vocabulary 1/ 2-- Natalie, Sammie, Collin
  4. Completing assignments
  5. Add signature to cover letter! Cover letter corrections-- they are not mandatory, but you can correct your letter and staple it to the front of the old version. Give to Sullivan by the start of class tomorrow. You have one chance to correct the letter.
  6. Review essay and make corrections-- staple corrected essay to old version and turn in by Thursday at the start of class!
  7. Work on finding an internship or read ITA-- ch. 13 due tomorrow
  8. Break
  9. Spanish II/ seniors edit articles and find internships
  • To Do:
    • Ch. 9-13 in ITA due Wednesday with at least two post-its per chapter (four total); seniors, make sure to prep for your vocabulary presentation! Keep track of your character.
    • Find an internship! Turn in paperwork ASAP. Internship details-- Tuesdays Oct. 25-Dec. 13; Oct. 25-Nov. 1 will be 10am-noon, Nov. 8- Dec. 13 will be 10:05-12:30.
    • Return essay with corrections Thursday at the start of class
    • Corrected cover letters due TOMORROW at the start of class
  • Upcoming Events:
    • FAFSA night for seniors is Wednesday in the large side of the tech center at 6pm- 8pm. SAT/ ACT and college admissions info will also be available!
    • Dress Like a Musical Artist spirit day-- TOMORROW-- sign in for your point in the BIS lobby at lunch.
    • Sign up for He Man (Oct. 17) or Powder Puff (Oct. 19) with the bookkeeper to save your spot!

October 12

  1. Warm Up: Turn in corrected cover letter if you chose to improve it. Staple new version on top of old and put on table. Make sure to include your signature! Sign ALL thank you notes on the table if you went on our field trip on Monday. Then vote for our poster-- these are the finalists (we had a three-way tie).
  1. Seniors-- make sure to attend college night tonight in the tech center from 6-8. Juniors are also welcome!
  2. Seniors-- check your name on Sullivan's clipboard-- print your full legal name as well
  3. Vocabulary 1/ 2-- Grace, Garrett
  4. Cornell Notes-- Tourism and the Environment
  5. Break
  6. Spanish II/ ITA discussion
  7. Senior Capstone/ ITA discussion
  • To Do:
    • Ch. 14-16 in ITA due Monday with at least two post-its per chapter; seniors, make sure to prep for your vocabulary presentation! Keep track of your character.
    • Find an internship! Turn in paperwork by MONDAY. Internship details-- Tuesdays Oct. 25-Dec. 13; Oct. 25-Nov. 1 will be 10am-noon, Nov. 8- Dec. 13 will be 10:05-12:30.
    • Return essay with corrections TOMORROW at the start of class
    • Complete Cornell Notes sweat page on tourism and the environment
    • Correct resumes, staple new version to top of older versions, and submit to Noon on Thursday by the end of class
    • SNS-- be ready for Into Thin Air discussion on Thursday; bring two discussion ideas to class!
  • Upcoming Events:
    • Sign up for Powder Puff (Oct. 19) with the bookkeeper to save your spot! The deadline is TODAY!
    • Work Day 8:30-6:30 on Oct. 26 and 27 in the tech center!
    • Volleyball Madness on MONDAY at 7pm in the gym-- bring a can to play or watch volleyball!

October 13

  1. Warm Up: Turn in corrected Why We Travel essays-- staple new version to the top and put on the table. Sign ALL thank you notes on the table if you went on our field trip on Monday and did not sign them yesterday.
  2. Congratulations Collin!
  3. Feliz Cumple Kameren!
  4. Vocabulary 1/ 2-- Topanga, Rachel, Amy, Garrett
  5. Write your Tourism & the Environment article:
  • A) You might want to begin by looking at magazine articles from the magazines on the table to get ideas.

    B) Your article's topic is TOURISM & THE ENVIRONMENT. You can make up a title that you believe is fitting.

    C) Type your article in Word and save it in your U drive in your CIS folder in your MAGAZINE folder.

    D) The format of your article must be as follows: Exciting hook and intro of topic (1 paragraph), Multiple body paragraphs (2-5), Closing/ reflection (1 paragraph). Sometimes paragraphs in articles are shorter than in essays-- look at examples to see models of this!

    E) Each of the following topics MUST be covered in your article: - Environmental pros and cons of tourism-- you MUST use, define, give examples of, and highlight the following words in this part of your article: Tragedy of the Commons, free market, ecotourism, PPP, debt-for-nature swaps. Use your Cornell notes for this information! - A change you would make to your dream trip based on the environment-- how could you make your dream trip more environmentally beneficial to the country you are visiting? What intelligent environmental choices can tourists make? What environmental problems face your tourism location, and how can YOU help be an agent of change? Be specific! Choose one of your hotels, excursions, activities, restaurants, etc., explain why it is not a smart environmental choice (i.e. use of fuel, amount of waste, etc.) and explain how you would change the trip based on this information!

    F) Keep an MLA-style list of sources you use to write your article-- this will be included in your magazine.

  1. SNS
  2. Read ITA, make resume corrections, Seniors-- complete outlines of college essays, and check Synergy-- if you have missing assignments, do them and turn them in!
  3. Break
  4. Spanish II/ Senior work day
  • To Do:
    • Ch. 14-16 in ITA due Monday with at least two post-its per chapter; seniors, make sure to prep for your vocabulary presentation! Keep track of your character.
    • Find an internship! Turn in paperwork by MONDAY. Internship details-- Tuesdays Oct. 25-Dec. 13; Oct. 25-Nov. 1 will be 10am-noon, Nov. 8- Dec. 13 will be 10:05-12:30.
    • Complete Cornell Notes sweat page on tourism and the environment
    • Correct resumes, staple new version to top of older versions, and submit to Noon on TODAY by the end of class
    • Tourism and Environment magazine article due Wednesday-- print out and give to Sullivan
    • Seniors-- make sure to complete outlines for college essays by the end of 3rd period today
  • Upcoming Events:
    • Work Day 8:30-6:30 on Oct. 26 and 27 in the tech center!
    • Volleyball Madness on MONDAY at 7pm in the gym-- bring a can to play or watch volleyball!
    • HOMECOMING WEEK begins on MONDAY! Monday's spirit day is crazy sock day :)

October 14

  1. State Inservice Day – No School
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Week 7: October 17 – 21

October 17

  1. Warm Up: Turn in internship paperwork AND sign your name on the internship list. If you don't have an internship, FIND ONE TODAY!!!
  2. Feliz cumple Jennasee!
    1. Vocabulary 1/ 2-- Jason and Colton
    2. Everest Registration
    3. Read Into Thin Air or work on your Tourism & the Environment article:
    • A) You might want to begin by looking at magazine articles from the magazines on the table to get ideas.

      B) Your article's topic is TOURISM & THE ENVIRONMENT. You can make up a title that you believe is fitting.

      C) Type your article in Word and save it in your U drive in your CIS folder in your MAGAZINE folder.

      D) The format of your article must be as follows: Exciting hook and intro of topic (1 paragraph), Multiple body paragraphs (2-5), Closing/ reflection (1 paragraph). Sometimes paragraphs in articles are shorter than in essays-- look at examples to see models of this!

      E) Each of the following topics MUST be covered in your article: - Environmental pros and cons of tourism-- you MUST use, define, give examples of, and highlight the following words in this part of your article: Tragedy of the Commons, free market, ecotourism, PPP, debt-for-nature swaps. Use your Cornell notes for this information! - A change you would make to your dream trip based on the environment-- how could you make your dream trip more environmentally beneficial to the country you are visiting? What intelligent environmental choices can tourists make? What environmental problems face your tourism location, and how can YOU help be an agent of change? Be specific! Choose one of your hotels, excursions, activities, restaurants, etc., explain why it is not a smart environmental choice (i.e. use of fuel, amount of waste, etc.) and explain how you would change the trip based on this information!

      F) Keep an MLA-style list of sources you use to write your article-- this will be included in your magazine.

    1. SNS
    2. Break
    3. Spanish II/ ITA discussion
    4. Senior Capstone/ ITA discussion
    • To Do:
      • Ch. 17-18 in ITA due Wednesday with at least two post-its per chapter; seniors, make sure to prep for your vocabulary presentation! Keep track of your character.
      • Find an internship! Turn in paperwork ASAP. Internship details-- Tuesdays Oct. 25-Dec. 13; Oct. 25-Nov. 1 will be 10am-noon, Nov. 8- Dec. 13 will be 10:05-12:30.
      • Tourism and Environment magazine article due Wednesday-- print out and give to Sullivan by 4pm
      • Tourism and Environment Cornell notes due Wednesday by 4pm
      • Everest registration due Friday by the end of class-- submit in P drive- Handins- BIS- CIS- Everest Registration. Save as your lastnamefirstname
    • Upcoming Events:
      • Work Day 8:30-6:30 on Oct. 26 and 27 in the tech center!
      • Volleyball Madness TODAY at 7pm in the gym-- bring a can to play or watch volleyball!
      • Tuesday's Homecoming spirit day is twin day :)

October 18

    1. Warm Up: Vote for homecoming court. Turn in internship paperwork AND sign your name on the internship list. If you don't have an internship, FIND ONE TODAY!!!
    2. Feliz cumple Jennasee!
    3. Vocabulary 1/ 2-- Luke C. and Colton
    4. Gallup poll
    5. Reat Into Thin Air, type environment and tourism article, complete character Everest registration
    6. Break
    7. Spanish II/ Seniors type college and scholarship essays
    • To Do:
    • Ch. 17-18 in ITA due Wednesday with at least two post-its per chapter; seniors, make sure to prep for your vocabulary presentation! Keep track of your character.
    • Find an internship! Turn in paperwork ASAP. Internship details-- Tuesdays Oct. 25-Dec. 13; Oct. 25-Nov. 1 will be 10am-noon, Nov. 8- Dec. 13 will be 10:05-12:30.
    • Tourism and Environment magazine article due TOMORROW-- print out and give to Sullivan by 4pm
    • Tourism and Environment Cornell notes due TOMORROW by 4pm
    • Everest Registration due Friday by the end of class-- submit in P drive- Handins- BIS- CIS- Everest Registration. Save as your lastnamefirstname
    • Survey-- do not click until instructed to do so!
    • Upcoming Events:
    • Work Day 8:30-6:30 on Oct. 26 and 27 in the tech center!
    • Powder Puff TOMORROW at 7pm on the football field-- $3 entry fee
    • Wednesday's Homecoming spirit day is Blast from the Past day :)

October 19

    1. Warm Up: Review economic terms by playing this game. Turn in internship paperwork AND sign your name on the internship list. If you don't have an internship, FIND ONE TODAY!!!
    2. Vocabulary 1/ 2-- Tanis and Ryan, Dustin?
    3. Reat or read Into Thin Air, type environment and tourism article, complete character Everest registration
    • Tourism and Environment magazine article due TODAY-- print out and give to Sullivan by 4pm
    • Tourism and Environment Cornell notes due TODAY by 4pm
    1. Seniors-- type your college or scholarship essay for Senior Capstone-- bring it to class on Friday. If you don't have an idea for a prompt, try one of these:
    2. SNS
    3. Break
    4. Spanish II/ ITA discussion
    5. Senior Capstone/ ITA discussion
  • To Do:
    • Ch. 19-20 in ITA due Friday with at least two post-its per chapter; seniors, make sure to prep for your vocabulary presentation! Keep track of your character.
    • Find an internship! Turn in paperwork ASAP. Internship details-- Tuesdays Oct. 25-Dec. 13; Oct. 25-Nov. 1 will be 10am-noon, Nov. 8- Dec. 13 will be 10:05-12:30. THEY BEGIN ON TUESDAY!
    • Tourism and Environment magazine article due TODAY-- print out and give to Sullivan by 4pm
    • Tourism and Environment Cornell notes due TODAY by 4pm
    • Everest Registration due Friday by the end of class-- submit in P drive- Handins- BIS- CIS- Everest Registration. Save as your lastnamefirstname
  • Upcoming Events:
    • BIS College Trip to U of O and OSU is taking sign ups now.  Get forms at the front of the BIS Office - $50 - tour both campuses, attend info sessions - cheer at a PAC 12 volleyball game - have a q and a with BIS alum. Nov. 9 and 10th - don't miss out!
    • Work Day 8:30-6:30 on Oct. 26 and 27 in the tech center!
    • Powder Puff TODAY at 7pm on the football field-- $3 entry fee
    • Thursday's Homecoming spirit day is Disney day :)
    • Use these hashtags for Homecoming festivities:
      #CraterHoCo2K16
      #CometCosmos

October 20

    1. Warm Up: Review mountaineering terms by playing these games and reviewing the flashcards. Turn in internship paperwork AND sign your name on the internship list. If you don't have an internship, FIND ONE TODAY!!!
    2. Ben-- see Sullivan at break
    3. Jordan and Tessa- give Transpophoto paper to Sullivan
    4. Pass out internship paperwork
    5. Vocabulary 1/ 2-- Dustin, Connor, and Darian
    6. Lecture on tourism and people
    7. Break
    8. Spanish II/ Senior editing
  • To Do:
    • Ch. 19-20 in ITA due Friday with at least two post-its per chapter; seniors, make sure to prep for your vocabulary presentation! Keep track of your character.
    • Find an internship! Turn in paperwork ASAP. Internship details-- Tuesdays Oct. 25-Dec. 13; Oct. 25-Nov. 1 will be 10am-noon, Nov. 8- Dec. 13 will be 10:05-12:30. THEY BEGIN ON TUESDAY!
    • Tourism and People Cornell Notes due Monday
    • Everest Registration due TOMORROW by the end of class-- submit in P drive- Handins- BIS- CIS- Everest Registration. Save as your lastnamefirstname
    • SENIORS: Your college essays are due on Friday
  • Upcoming Events:
    • BIS College Trip to U of O and OSU is taking sign ups now.  Get forms at the front of the BIS Office - $50 - tour both campuses, attend info sessions - cheer at a PAC 12 volleyball game - have a q and a with BIS alum. Nov. 9 and 10th - don't miss out!
    • Work Day 8:30-6:30 on Oct. 26 and 27 in the tech center!
    • Friday's Homecoming spirit day is PINK OUT and CRATER:)
    • Use these hashtags for Homecoming festivities:
      #CraterHoCo2K16
      #CometCosmos

October 21

    1. Warm Up: Review ITA vocabulary by playing this game. Turn in internship paperwork AND sign your name on the internship list. If you don't have an internship, FIND ONE TODAY!!!
    2. Tessa- give Transpophoto paper to Sullivan
    3. Vocabulary 1/ 2-- Ryan
    4. Work day-- ITA reading, Everest registration, Cornell notes, Tourism and People magazine article, seniors-- college essay
    5. Tourism and People Magazine Article
  • A) You might want to begin by looking at magazine articles from the magazines on the table to get ideas.

  • B) Your article's topic is TOURISM & PEOPLE. You can make up a title that you believe is fitting.

  • C) Type your article in Word and save it in your U drive in your CIS folder in your MAGAZINE folder.

  • D) The format of your article must be as follows:

    • Exciting hook and intro of topic (1 paragraph)

    • Multiple body paragraphs (2-5)

    • Closing/ reflection (1 paragraph).

      Sometimes paragraphs in articles are shorter than in essays-- look at examples to see models of this!

  • E) Each of the following topics MUST be covered in your article:

    • Positive and negative impact of tourism on people

    • You MUST use, define, give examples of, and highlight the following words in this part of your article: Globalization, colonization, counterfeit culture, stereotypes, budget travel. Use your Cornell notes for this information!

    • A change you would make to your dream trip based on the impact on peple-- how could you make your dream trip more beneficial to the country you are visiting? What intelligent cultural choices can tourists make? What risks involving tourism affect your country, and how can YOU help be an agent of change? Be specific! Choose one of your hotels, excursions, activities, restaurants, etc., explain why it is not a smart choice reguarding the people living in your tourist location (i.e. jobs and labor impact, macabre tourism, cultural clashes, etc.) and explain how you would change the trip based on this information!

    • F) Keep an MLA-style list of sources you use to write your article-- this will be included in your magazine.

    1. Break
    2. Spanish II/ ITA Discussion
  • To Do:
    • Ch. 21-22 in ITA due Monday with at least two post-its per chapter.
    • Find an internship! Turn in paperwork ASAP. Internship details-- Tuesdays Oct. 25-Dec. 13; Oct. 25-Nov. 1 will be 10am-noon, Nov. 8- Dec. 13 will be 10:05-12:30. THEY BEGIN ON TUESDAY!
    • Tourism and People Cornell Notes due Monday by 4pm
    • Tourism and People magazine article due Monday by 4pm
    • Everest Registration due TODAY by the end of class-- submit in P drive- Handins- BIS- CIS- Everest Registration. Save as your lastnamefirstname
    • SENIORS: Your college essays are due on TODAY-- give them to Noon
  • Upcoming Events:
    • BIS College Trip to U of O and OSU is taking sign ups now.  Get forms at the front of the BIS Office - $50 - tour both campuses, attend info sessions - cheer at a PAC 12 volleyball game - have a q and a with BIS alum. Nov. 9 and 10th - don't miss out!
    • Work Day 8:30-6:30 on Oct. 26 and 27 in the tech center!
 
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Week 8: October 24 – 28

October 24

    1. Warm Up: Review ITA vocabulary by playing this game. Turn in internship paperwork AND sign your name on the internship list. If you don't have an internship, FIND ONE TODAY!!! The only people who are approved to go on internships are...Ozie, Julian, Jennasee, Blake, Ramon, Kiefer, Daniel, Sophia, Bailee, Bryce, Sabreena, Mason, Kaitlyn, HB, Sammie, Luke(s), HC, Connor, and Darian.
    2. Tessa- give Transpophoto paper to Sullivan
    3. Feliz cumple Sabreena and Jason!
    4. Work day-- ITA reading (finish ch. 21, Epilogue, Author's Note, and Postscript by Monday, Oct. 31st), Cornell notes (due today by 4pm-- give to Sullivan), Tourism and People magazine article (due today by 4pm-- give to Sullivan)
    5. Tourism and People Magazine Article
  • A) You might want to begin by looking at magazine articles from the magazines on the table to get ideas.

  • B) Your article's topic is TOURISM & PEOPLE. You can make up a title that you believe is fitting.

  • C) Type your article in Word and save it in your U drive in your CIS folder in your MAGAZINE folder.

  • D) The format of your article must be as follows:

    • Exciting hook and intro of topic (1 paragraph)

    • Multiple body paragraphs (2-5)

    • Closing/ reflection (1 paragraph).

      Sometimes paragraphs in articles are shorter than in essays-- look at examples to see models of this!

  • E) Each of the following topics MUST be covered in your article:

    • Positive and negative impact of tourism on people

    • You MUST use, define, give examples of, and highlight the following words in this part of your article: Globalization, colonization, counterfeit culture, stereotypes, budget travel. Use your Cornell notes for this information!

    • A change you would make to your dream trip based on the impact on peple-- how could you make your dream trip more beneficial to the country you are visiting? What intelligent cultural choices can tourists make? What risks involving tourism affect your country, and how can YOU help be an agent of change? Be specific! Choose one of your hotels, excursions, activities, restaurants, etc., explain why it is not a smart choice reguarding the people living in your tourist location (i.e. jobs and labor impact, macabre tourism, cultural clashes, etc.) and explain how you would change the trip based on this information!

    • F) Keep an MLA-style list of sources you use to write your article-- this will be included in your magazine.

    1. Break
    2. Speaker-- Eric Dansen-- Meet in fishbowl; sit in a chair!
  • To Do:
    • Ch. 21-Postscript in ITA due Monday with at least two post-its per chapter.
    • Find an internship! Turn in paperwork ASAP. Internship details-- Tuesdays Oct. 25-Dec. 13; Oct. 25-Nov. 1 will be 10am-noon, Nov. 8- Dec. 13 will be 10:05-12:30. THEY BEGIN ON TUESDAY!
    • Tourism and People Cornell Notes due TODAY by 4pm
    • Tourism and People magazine article due TODAY by 4pm
    • Seniors-- bring rough draft of college/ scholarship essay to senior capstone on Monday
  • Upcoming Events:
    • BIS College Trip to U of O and OSU is taking sign ups now.  Get forms at the front of the BIS Office - $50 - tour both campuses, attend info sessions - cheer at a PAC 12 volleyball game - have a q and a with BIS alum. Nov. 9 and 10th - don't miss out!
    • Work Day 8:30-6:30 on Wednesday and Thursday in the tech center!
    • FAFSA session for juniors/ seniors and parents on Nov. 2 at 6-8pm- get FSA id ahead of time (both students and parents need an FSA id) - You will need your social security numbers! Link to FSA ID: https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm​. Students and parents must use different e-mail addresses.

October 25

  1. INTERNSHIPS! The only people who are approved to go on internships are...Ozie, Julian, Jennasee, Blake, Ramon, Kiefer, Daniel, Sophia, Bailee, Bryce, Sabreena, Mason, Kaitlyn, HB, Sammie, Luke(s), HC, Connor, Darian, Natalie, Amy, Megan, Rachel, Orfa, Andres, Aaron E., Makaila, and Meyah.
  2. Internship make up:
  • Research local businesses and organizations where you may be interested in interning.
  • Write down a list of 5 with a brief description of each.
  • Call each one NOW and talk to them about a potential internship.
  • Write down what you learned in your conversation.
  • In short, find an internship : )
  • Turn your paper in to Sullivan
  1. Tessa- give Transpophoto paper to Sullivan
  • To Do:
    • Ch. 21-Postscript in ITA due Monday with at least two post-its per chapter.
  • Upcoming Events:
    • BIS College Trip to U of O and OSU is taking sign ups now.  Get forms at the front of the BIS Office - $50 - tour both campuses, attend info sessions - cheer at a PAC 12 volleyball game - have a q and a with BIS alum. Nov. 9 and 10th - don't miss out!
    • Work Day 8:30-6:30 on Wednesday and Thursday in the tech center!
    • FAFSA session for juniors/ seniors and parents on Nov. 2 at 6-8pm- get FSA id ahead of time (both students and parents need an FSA id) - You will need your social security numbers! Link to FSA ID: https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm​. Students and parents must use different e-mail addresses.
    • Contact info for Eric Dansen, our SAT prep speaker, is 541-301-9951/ eric@futurefocuseducation.com.

October 26

  1. Parent/Teacher Conferences

October 27

  1. Parent/Teacher Conferences

October 28

  1. Parent/Teacher Conferences
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Week 9: October 31 – November 4

October 31

  1. Warm Up: Fill out a survey on the table and then put it back on the table. The following people must turn in their internship contracts to be excused for internships tomorrow: Sean, Jenny, Tanis, Topanga, Justin, Jason, Daisha, Garrett, Grace, Justice, Elle, Patrick, Jordan, Kameren, Julia, Andrew, Abbi, Tessa, Kyriah, Romani, Nolan, Chris, Trevor, Ben, Lauren, and Alexus.
  2. Felize cumple Julian!
  3. Span II discussion/ ITA discussion
  4. Senior capstone/ ITA discussion
  5. Break
  6. Everest
  7. To Do:
    • Tourism & Into Thin Air test on Friday-- study the book, your Cornell notes, and vocabulary
    • ITA post-its due Friday
  • Upcoming Events:
    • BIS College Trip to U of O and OSU is taking sign ups now.  Get forms at the front of the BIS Office - $50 - tour both campuses, attend info sessions - cheer at a PAC 12 volleyball game - have a q and a with BIS alum. Nov. 9 and 10th - don't miss out! Sign up deadline is Tuesday!
    • FAFSA session for juniors/ seniors and parents on Wednesday at 6-8pm in the tech center- get FSA id ahead of time (both students and parents need an FSA id) - You will need your social security numbers! Link to FSA ID: https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm​. Students and parents must use different e-mail addresses.
    • Contact info for Eric Dansen, our SAT prep speaker, is 541-301-9951/ eric@futurefocuseducation.com.

November 1

  1. Internships!
  2. Internship Make Up: Write a 5+ paragraph essay that answers the following questions--
    • What career to you want to pursue and why?
    • What education do you need to reach this goal? Be specific!
    • What are some top schools in the state and nation that offer this education? Which one would you choose to attend?
    • Turn in your work by the end of class.

November 2

  1. Warm Up: Turn in your survey from Monday if you haven't yet. Read this article and take the quizzes to see how you do! Turn in your internship log on the table!
  2. Vote on the yearbook cover
  3. The following people must turn in their internship contracts to be excused for internships: Sean, Jenny, Topanga, Jason, Garrett, Grace, Justice, Patrick, Jordan, Julia, Andrew, Tessa, Kyriah, Romani, Nolan, Chris, Trevor, Ben, Lauren, and Alexus.
  4. Everest
  5. Break
  6. Test review/ Spanish II
  7. Test review/ Senior Capstone
  8. Snacks for Everest finale?
  9. To Do:
    • Tourism & Into Thin Air test on Friday-- study the book, your Cornell notes, and vocabulary
    • ITA post-its due Friday
    • Spanish I-II oral and written quiz next Wed-Thur
    • Seniors--
      Write a college or scholarship application essay about yourself. Use a common prompt that you found during your research (eg: "Write about something interesting about yourself that your application does not tell us about you." or "What is an adversity you have faced in your life? How did you overcome it?  What did you learn from it?" or other prompt you found). The Essay should:
    • be general enough to edit and change for multiple applications
    • be 1 page
    • include an interesting hook in your intro
    • turn in your outline to Mrs. Noon if you have not yet done so
    • outline and essay due Wed. Nov. 2
  • Upcoming Events:
    • FAFSA session for juniors/ seniors and parents TODAY at 6-8pm in the tech center- get FSA id ahead of time (both students and parents need an FSA id) - You will need your social security numbers! Link to FSA ID: https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm​. Students and parents must use different e-mail addresses.
    • Contact info for Eric Dansen, our SAT prep speaker, is 541-301-9951/ eric@futurefocuseducation.com.

November 3

  1. Warm Up: Take your internship log off of the table.
  2. Take out paper for our speaker
  3. Brazil speaker
  4. Break
  5. Everest
  6. To Do:
    • Tourism & Into Thin Air test on Friday-- study the book, your Cornell notes, and vocabulary
    • ITA post-its due Friday
    • Spanish I-II oral and written quiz next Wed-Thur
    • The following people must turn in their internship contracts to be excused for internships: Sean, Jenny, Topanga, Jason, Garrett, Grace, Justice, Patrick, Jordan, Julia, Andrew, Tessa, Kyriah, Romani, Nolan, Chris, Trevor, Ben, Lauren, and Alexus.
  • Upcoming Events:
    • Contact info for Eric Dansen, our SAT prep speaker, is 541-301-9951/ eric@futurefocuseducation.com

November 4

  1. Warm Up: Put your Into Thin Air book on the table with a post-it with your name on the cover. Review for your test!
  2. Thank you notes for Saul!
  3. Feliz cumple Kylie!
  4. Seniors-- make sure you have your corrected essays printed for capstone
  5. Test
  6. Break
  7. Test/ Spanish II
  8. Test/ Senior Capstone
  9. To Do:
    • Spanish I-II oral and written quiz next Wed-Thur
    • The following people must turn in their internship contracts to be excused for internships: Sean, Jenny, Topanga, Jason, Garrett, Grace, Justice, Patrick, Jordan, Julia, Tessa, Romani, Nolan, Chris, Trevor, Ben, and Lauren.
  • Upcoming Events:
    • Contact info for Eric Dansen, our SAT prep speaker, is 541-301-9951/ eric@futurefocuseducation.com
    • Wear red, white, and blue for our spirit day on Tuesday (Election Day)! Sign in at the BIS office at lunch for your point!
    • Vote in the BIS mock election before school or at lunch in the BIS lobby on Monday and Tuesday.
    • Brazil party is on Wednesday during 2nd period. Party people are Ryan, Jordan, Kameren, Abbie, Kyriah, Damion, Ramon, Sabreena, Jennasee, Aaron Romani, Salvador, and Bryce. Let Sullivan know what you want to bring!
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Week 10: November 7 – 11

November 7

  1. Warm Up: Do task 4 on the website tab.
  2. Feliz cumple Kylie, Tessa, Ozie, and Orfa!
  3. Brazil party is on Wednesday during 2nd period. Party people are Ryan, Jordan, Kameren, Abbie, Kyriah, Damion, Ramon, Sabreena, Jennasee, Aaron Romani, Salvador, and Bryce. Let Sullivan know what you want to bring!
  4. Mr. Rogan-- FAFSA talk
  5. Complete magazine covers
  • You should already have your picture, border, magazine title, and background.
  • Now add the titles of your three articles using the text tool. Experiment with fonts, but make sure you keep consistency in mind!
  • Download a font to fit your magazine style. Try this website! You must use a downloaded font. Also experiment with effects!
  • Proofread closely-- you don't want typos on your magazine cover!
  • Save as Photoshop in your U drive-- CIS-- 2016-17-- Magazine folder
  1. Proofread and correct articles
  • Look over feedback
  • Make corrections
  • Save articles as Word docs in U drive-- CIS-- 2016-17-- Magazine folder
  • You will get the rest of your articles to correct later this week
  1. Break
  2. Speaker/ Spanish II
  3. Speaker/ Senior Capstone
  4. To Do:
    • Final magazine cover due Thursday by the end of the day
    • Spanish I-II oral and written quiz next Wed-Thur
    • The following people must turn in their internship contracts to be excused for internships: Sean, Jenny, Topanga, Jason, Garrett, Grace, Justice, Patrick, Jordan, Julia, Tessa, Romani, Nolan, Chris, Trevor, Ben, and Lauren.
    • Need to make up Friday's test? You can do so at lunch and/ or after school on Tuesday or Wednesday. See Sullivan!
  • Upcoming Events:
    • Contact info for Eric Dansen, our SAT prep speaker, is 541-301-9951/ eric@futurefocuseducation.com
    • Wear red, white, and blue for our spirit day TOMORROW (Election Day)! Sign in at the BIS office at lunch for your point!
    • Vote in the BIS mock election before school or at lunch in the BIS lobby on Monday and Tuesday.

November 8

  1. Internships!
  2. Internship make-up:
  • Look over Southern Oregon Magazine. Write a list of 10 features you enjoy in it. For each one, write a paragraph explaining how you can use this magazine as a model for your own. Turn in by the end of the period.

November 9

  1. Warm Up: Put your internship log on the table in a pile. If you are responsible for the Brazil party, prep your activities, food, etc. Make sure you have finished task 4 on the website tab.
  2. Brazil Party!
  3. Complete magazine covers
  • You should already have your picture, border, magazine title, and background.
  • Now add the titles of your three articles using the text tool. Experiment with fonts, but make sure you keep consistency in mind!
  • Download a font to fit your magazine style. Try this website! You must use a downloaded font. Also experiment with effects!
  • Proofread closely-- you don't want typos on your magazine cover!
  • Save as Photoshop in your U drive-- CIS-- 2016-17-- Magazine folder
  1. Proofread and correct articles
  • Look over feedback
  • Make corrections
  • Save articles as Word docs in U drive-- CIS-- 2016-17-- Magazine folder
  • You will get the rest of your articles to correct later this week
  1. Break
  2. Correct articles, layout, and canva project/ Spanish II
  3. Canva project and layout/ Senior Capstone
  4. To Do:
    • Final magazine cover due Thursday by the end of the day-- save in your U drive
    • Spanish I-II oral and finish written quiz next Wed-Thur
    • The following people must turn in their internship contracts to be excused for internships: Jenny, Topanga, Jason, Garrett, Grace, Patrick, Jordan, Julia, Tessa, Romani, Nolan, Chris, Trevor, Ben, and Lauren.
    • Need to make up Friday's test? You can do so at lunch and/ or after school TODAY. See Sullivan!
    • Completed magazines due Nov. 23rd by the end of the day
  • Upcoming Events:

November 10

  1. Warm Up: Take your internship log off of the table. Choose a yearbook cover.
  2. Magazine rubric
  3. Work on magazine
  4. Check Synergy-- complete missing assignments
  • To Do:
    • The following people must turn in their internship contracts to be excused for internships: Jenny, Ramon, Jason, Garrett, Grace, Patrick, Jordan, Julia, Tessa, Romani, Nolan, Chris, Trevor, Ben, and Lauren.
    • Completed magazines due Nov. 23rd by the end of the day-- turn in to P drive
  • Upcoming Events:
  • Interested in the State of Jefferson Academic Scavenger Hunt? If so, ask for a handout! It is Dec. 6-8.

November 11

  1. Veteran's Day – No School
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Week 11: November 14 – 18

November 14

  1. Warm Up: Grab a self-evaluation off of the table and fill it out. Make sure to explain WHY you gave yourself each rating. Take out earbuds or grab headphones from the container.
  2. Using Muse
  3. Work on magazine or Muse
  4. Check Synergy-- complete missing assignments
  5. Seniors-- make sure to have a hard copy of your college essays for senior capstone
  • To Do:
    • The following people must turn in their internship contracts to be excused for internships: Jenny, Ramon, Jason, Garrett, Grace, Patrick, Jordan, Julia, Tessa, Romani, Nolan, Chris, Trevor, Ben, and Lauren.
    • Completed magazines due Nov. 23rd by the end of the day-- turn in to P drive-- save as lastname_firstname
    • Completed website task 5 by Dec. 1st-- save screenshot of your website view to P drive-- handins-- BIS-- CIS-- Muse T1 folder. Save as lastname_firstname
    • Take a picture at your internship!
  • Upcoming Events:
  • Interested in the State of Jefferson Academic Scavenger Hunt? If so, ask for a handout! It is Dec. 6-8.

November 15

  1. Internships!
  2. Internship make-up: Create 2 canva projects and put them in to your tourism magazine. Proofread them closely!

November 16

  1. Warm Up: Turn in your internship log on the table. Turn in your workplace self-evaluation if you did not already.
  2. Work on magazine or Muse
  3. Check Synergy-- complete missing assignments
  4. Pass out grade reports
  5. SNS-- hand in literary elements paragraph
  6. Hand back Capstone essays
  • To Do:
    • The following people must turn in their internship contracts to be excused for internships: Jenny, Ramon, Jason, Grace, Patrick, Jordan, Julia, Tessa, Romani, Nolan, Chris, Trevor, Ben, and Lauren.
    • Completed magazines due Nov. 23rd by the end of the day-- turn in to P drive-- save as lastname_firstname; should be a Word Document.
    • Completed website task 5 by Dec. 1st-- save screenshot of your website view to P drive-- handins-- BIS-- CIS-- Muse T1 folder. Save as lastname_firstname
    • Take a picture at your internship!
  • Upcoming Events:
  • Interested in the State of Jefferson Academic Scavenger Hunt? If so, ask for a handout! It is Dec. 6-8.
  • Juniors, do you want to run for the BIS Board? If so, attend a mandatory info meeting on November 30th at lunch in room 27. See Sullivan for details.
  • Open Lab Monday 4-8PM

November 17

  1. Warm Up: Take your internship log off the table.
  2. Work on magazine or Muse
  3. Check Synergy-- complete missing assignments
  • To Do:
    • The following people must turn in their internship contracts to be excused for internships: Jenny, Ramon, Jason, Grace, Patrick, Jordan, Julia, Tessa, Romani, Nolan, Chris, Trevor, Ben, and Lauren.
    • Completed magazines due Nov. 23rd by the end of the day-- turn in to P drive-- save as lastname_firstname; should be a Word Document.
    • Completed website task 5 by Dec. 1st-- save screenshot of your website view to P drive-- handins-- BIS-- CIS-- Muse T1 folder. Save as lastname_firstname
    • Take a picture at your internship!
  • Upcoming Events:
  • Interested in the State of Jefferson Academic Scavenger Hunt? If so, ask for a handout! It is Dec. 6-8.
  • Juniors, do you want to run for the BIS Board? If so, attend a mandatory info meeting on November 30th at lunch in room 27. See Sullivan for details.
  • Open Lab Monday 4-8PM

November 18

  1. Warm Up: Hula Hoop pass.
  2. Feliz cumple Amy!
  3. Work on magazine or Muse
  4. Check Synergy-- complete missing assignments
  • To Do:
    • The following people must turn in their internship contracts to be excused for internships: Jenny, Ramon, Jason, Grace, Patrick, Jordan, Julia, Tessa, Romani, Nolan, Chris, Trevor, Ben, and Lauren.
    • Completed magazines due WEDNESDAY by the end of the day-- turn in to P drive-- save as lastname_firstname; should be a Word Document.
    • Completed website task 5 by Dec. 1st-- save screenshot of your website view to P drive-- handins-- BIS-- CIS-- Muse T1 folder. Save as lastname_firstname
    • Take a picture at your internship!
  • Upcoming Events:
  • Interested in the State of Jefferson Academic Scavenger Hunt? If so, ask for a handout! It is Dec. 6-8.
  • Juniors, do you want to run for the BIS Board? If so, attend a mandatory info meeting on November 30th at lunch in room 27. See Sullivan for details.
  • Open Lab Monday 4-8PM
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Week 12: November 21 – 25

November 21

  1. Warm Up: Workplace eval awards!
  2. Sample holiday tradition presentation and sign up
  3. Prep holiday tradition presentation via Google Slides; share with Sullivan (kristen.sullivan@district6.org) and Noon (annamarie.noon@district6.org) by Wednesday by the end of the day; we'll present beginning on Monday
  • Group of three
  • Include Title slide (Name of country, picture)
  • Country slide (Name of country and picture of map)
  • Tradition 1 (Name of tradition in English and country's language and picture)
  • Tradition 2 (Name of tradition in English and country's language and picture)
  1. Work on magazine (due Wednesday) or Muse (due Dec. 1)
  • To Do:
    • The following people must turn in their internship contracts to be excused for internships: Jenny, Ramon, Jason, Grace, Patrick, Jordan, Julia, Tessa, Romani, Nolan, Chris, Trevor, Ben, and Lauren.
    • Completed magazines due WEDNESDAY by the end of the day-- turn in to P drive-- save as lastname_firstname; should be a Word Document.
    • Completed website task 5 by Dec. 1st-- save screenshot of your website view to P drive-- handins-- BIS-- CIS-- Muse T1 folder. Save as lastname_firstname
    • Take a picture at your internship!
    • Holiday tradition presentations begin Monday!
  • Upcoming Events:
  • Juniors, do you want to run for the BIS Board? If so, attend a mandatory info meeting on November 30th at lunch in room 27. See Sullivan for details.
  • Open Lab TODAY 4-8PM

November 22

  1. Internships!
  2. Make-Up Assignment: Choose one workplace expectation (productivity, creativity, etc.) that you believe to be a weakness for you and write a 5-paragraph essay telling how you can improve this weakness. Do some research and check out Ted Talks to get ideas! Turn in to Sullivan by the end of 3rd period today.

November 23

  1. Warm Up: Put your internship log on the table.
  2. Feliz cumple Mason!
  3. Finish your magazine (due by the end of the day TODAY!) OR prep holiday tradition presentation via Google Slides-- share with Sullivan (kristen.sullivan@district6.org) and Noon (annamarie.noon@district6.org) by TODAY by the end of the day; we'll present beginning on Monday
  • Group of three
  • Include Title slide (Name of country, picture)
  • Country slide (Name of country and picture of map)
  • Tradition 1 (Name of tradition in English and country's language and picture)
  • Tradition 2 (Name of tradition in English and country's language and picture)
  • To Do:
    • The following people must turn in their internship contracts to be excused for internships: Jenny, Ramon, Jason, Grace, Patrick, Jordan, Julia, Tessa, Romani, Nolan, Chris, Trevor, Ben, and Lauren.
    • Completed magazines due TODAY by the end of the day-- turn in to P drive-- save as lastname_firstname; should be a Word Document.
    • Completed website task 5 by Thursday, Dec. 1st-- save screenshot of your website view to P drive-- handins-- BIS-- CIS-- Muse T1 folder. Save as lastname_firstname
    • Take a picture at your internship!
    • Holiday tradition presentations begin Monday!
  • Upcoming Events:
  • Juniors, do you want to run for the BIS Board? If so, attend a mandatory info meeting on November 30th at lunch in room 27. See Sullivan for details.

November 24

  1. Thanksgiving Holiday – No School

November 25

  1. Thanksgiving Holiday – No School
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Week 13: November 28 – December 2

November 28

  1. Warm Up: Take your internship log off of the table! Holiday tradition presentations.
  2. Library
  3. Feliz cumple Sean!
  4. Magazine peer review
  • Review with a partner
  • Read three magazines
  • Write your favorite thing about each on a post-it (one post-it per pair)
  • Put post its on magazine
  • After each magazine has 3 post-its, return to owner
  • Owners, take post-its and then return to Sullivan
  • To Do:
    • The following people must turn in their internship contracts to be excused for internships: Jenny, Ramon, Jason, Grace, Patrick, Jordan, Julia, Tessa, Romani, Nolan, Chris, Trevor, Ben, and Lauren.
    • Completed website task 5 by Thursday-- save screenshot of your website view to P drive-- handins-- BIS-- CIS-- Muse T1 folder. Save as lastname_firstname
    • Take a picture at your internship!
    • Seniors, bring updated and corrected college essay to Capstone today!
    • Read intro of Freakonomics by Wednesday
  • Upcoming Events:
  • Juniors, do you want to run for the BIS Board? If so, attend a mandatory info meeting on WEDNESDAY at lunch in room 27. See Sullivan for details.

LAST DAY TO TURN IN WORK IS THURSDAY!

November 29

  1. Internships!
  2. Internship make up: Listen to two episodes of Freakonomics Radio-- write a 1 pg. summary of each episode. Turn in to Sullivan by the end of 3rd period.

November 30

  1. Warm Up: Grab a slip off of the table. Fill it out and give it to Sullivan. Put your internship logs on the table! We will be putting them in the gradebook this week!
  2. Seniors-- turn in final draft of college essay to Noon TODAY!
  3. Holiday presentations
  4. Ted Talk
  5. Secret Someone
  6. Finish Muse assignment-- Task 5 on Website tab
  7. SNS-- email Noon link to Canva infographic and give her/ send her literary element ITA assignment
  8. Break
  9. Spanish II/ Freakonomics talk
  10. Senior Capstone/ Freakonomics talk
  • To Do:
    • The following people must turn in their internship contracts to be excused for internships: Jenny, Ramon, Jason, Grace, Patrick, Jordan, Tessa, Romani, Nolan, Chris, Trevor, Ben, and Lauren.
    • Completed website task 5 by Thursday-- save screenshot of your website view to P drive-- handins-- BIS-- CIS-- Muse T1 folder. Save as lastname_firstname
    • Take a picture at your internship!
    • Ch. 1 of Freakonomics and post-its due THURSDAY
  • Upcoming Events:
  • Juniors, do you want to run for the BIS Board? If so, attend a mandatory info meeting TODAY at lunch in room 27. See Sullivan for details.

LAST DAY TO TURN IN WORK IS THURSDAY!

December 1

  1. Warm Up: Take your internship logs off of the table. Check Synergy to make sure you have NO missing work!
  2. CIS gift contribution for BIS family in need!
  3. Work day-- finish Muse website task 5 and save or show Sullivan this period, finish ch. 1 of Freakonomics and be ready to discuss by 3rd period; ch. 2 of Freakonomics is due Monday
  4. SNS-- email Noon link to Canva infographic and give her/ send her literary element ITA assignment by TODAY
  5. Break
  6. Spanish II/ Freakonomics talk
  • To Do:
    • The following people must turn in their internship contracts to be excused for internships: Jenny, Ramon, Jason, Patrick, Jordan, Tessa, Romani, Nolan, Chris, Trevor, Ben, and Lauren.
    • Completed website task 5 by TODAY-- save screenshot of your website view to P drive-- handins-- BIS-- CIS-- Muse T1 folder. Save as lastname_firstname
    • Take a picture at your internship!
    • Ch. 2 of Freakonomics and post-its due Monday
  • Upcoming Events:
  • OIT will be in the BIS conference room on Tuesday between 9-10:30. Stop by! Your application fee is waived if you attend this event!

LAST DAY TO TURN IN WORK IS TODAY!

December 2

  1. Teacher Inservice – No School
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