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2018 – 2019 CIS Trimester 1 Agenda

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Week 1: September 3 – 7

September 3

  1. Labor Day – no school

September 4

  1. Welcome Freshmen!

September 5

  1. Welcome to CIS!
  2. Four corners
  3. Intro to International Studies games
  4. BREAK!
  5. What is CIS?
  6. Create tenets
  7. Jville permssion slip DUE TOMORROW
  • Homework: Get a 100 page notebook or composition notebook by Monday, return signed Jacksonville field trip permission slip to class tomorrow, you'll pick seats at the start of class tomorrow-- be on time :)

September 6

  1. Choose seats
  2. Turn in Jville permission slips
  3. Set up remind.com
  4. Find a buddy
  5. Tenet brainstorm
  6. Bullet point brainstorm
  7. BREAK
  8. Introduction game
  9. Tourist sites musical chairs
  • Homework: Get a 100 page notebook or composition notebook by Monday, Jville field trip is TOMORROW- meet in tech center

September 7

  1. Feliz cumple PJ
  2. Vote for shirt color-- pic on Tuesday
  3. Field trip!
  4. Homework: Get a 100 page notebook or composition notebook by Monday

Week 2: September 10 – 14

September 10

  1. Divide journal into sections
  2. Journal #1: Why is Jacksonville such a popular tourist destination in Southern Oregon? How does this impact the community there? Explain.
  3. Vote for tenets HERE
  4. Set up CIS Folders
  5. Jville Awards Ceremony
  6. Tenet poster examples
  7. Begin tenets poster (juniors assisted by seniors)-- instructions HERE
  8. BREAK!
  9. Sen-- Capstone in small lab/ Jun-- tenets poster in big lab
  • Homework: Tenets poster due by 4pm Friday, wear black shirt tomorrow

September 11

  1. Journal #2: What design elements could improve your tenets poster? Explain.
  2. BIS Parent Night @ 6pm on Thursday-- 11/12- tech center, then all grades in Student Center
  3. Group picture
  4. Rules and procedures
  5. Split! Jun-- tenets poster, Sen-- SAT prep
  6. BREAK! Sen-- small lab, Jun-- Spanish in fishbowl
  7. Jun-- Spanish, Sen-- tenets poster
  • Homework: Tenets poster due by 4pm Friday, syllabus quiz on Friday

September 12

  1. Journal #3: What rules and procedures in this class differ from other classes you've taken in high school? Explain.
  2. BIS Parent Night @ 6pm on Thursday-- 11/12- tech center, then all grades in Student Center
  3. Split! Jun-- bullet points and tenets poster, Sen-- SAT prep
  4. BREAK! Sen-- small lab, Jun-- Spanish in fishbowl
  5. Jun-- Spanish, Sen-- bullet points and tenets poster
  • Homework: Tenets poster due by 4pm Friday, syllabus quiz on Friday, bullet points due at start of class tomorrow

September 13

  1. Journal #4: What guidelines were you supposed to use on your bullet points? Explain.
  2. Turn bullet points into correct tray
  3. Feliz cumple Zander and Tab!
  4. BIS Parent Night @ 6pm TODAY-- 11/12- tech center, then all grades in Student Center
  5. Split! Jun-- Peer edit bullet points and start on resume, Sen-- SAT prep
    • Sample resume in P:\handouts\BIS\CIS\2018-19
    • Resume requirements HERE
  6. BREAK! Sen-- small lab, Jun-- Spanish in fishbowl
  7. Jun-- Spanish, Sen-- Peer edit bullet points and start on resume
    • Sample resume in P:\handouts\BIS\CIS\2018-19
    • Resume requirements HERE
  • Homework: Tenets poster due by 4pm Friday, syllabus quiz on Friday, resume due by 4pm Monday (check with references before then)-- print and put in tray

September 14

  1. Journal #5: What work do you hope to complete today?
  2. Turn parent form into tray
  3. Feliz cumple Julian and Brandon!
  4. How to turn in Tenets posters
  5. Syllabus quiz HERE
  6. WORK DAY! Turn in tenets poster by 4pm, turn in resume by 4pm on Monday, check Synergy and complete missing work
  7. CIS Description for your resume: Communication and International Studies (CIS) is an integrated humanities block class focusing on writing, speaking, world cultures, Spanish language, and technology.
  8. BREAK! Sen-- small lab, Jun-- Spanish in fishbowl
  9. Seniors-- begin group photo poster. Poster requirements:
  • 30 by 20 inches
  • Includes group CIS picture-- check P drive
  • Includes quote of your choice and who said it
  • Features a/multiple filter(s)-- check out these tutorials!
  • Includes a BIS seal/ stamp
  • Says: CIS Block, 2018-2019, Crater School of Business, Innovation, and Science
  • Add a border
  • Save in P drive-- handins-- BIS-- CIS-- 2018_19-- Group photo poster
  • Homework: Tenets poster due by 4pm TODAY, resume due by 4pm Monday (check with references before then)-- print and put in tray, SENIOR photo poster due by 4pm next Friday

Week 3 September 17 – 21

September 17

  1. Journal #6: What information do you know about the culture, history, etc., of India? What would you like to learn about this country? Explain.
  2. Print SOU college fair code-- turn in to tray-- you are attending the fair on Oct. 5 at Southern Oregon University
  3. JUNIORS-- take THIS gammar/ punctuation pretest
  4. Finish your resume-- put in the tray by 4 pm today
    • CIS Description for your resume: Communication and International Studies (CIS) is an integrated humanities block class focusing on writing, speaking, world cultures, Spanish language, and technology.
  5. SENIORS-- work on your group photo poster
    • 30 by 20 inches
    • Includes group CIS picture-- check P drive
    • Includes quote of your choice and who said it
    • Features a/multiple filter(s)-- check out these tutorials!
    • Includes a BIS seal/ stamp
    • Says: CIS Block, 2018-2019, Crater School of Business, Innovation, and Science
    • Add a border
    • Save in P drive-- handins-- BIS-- CIS-- 2018_19-- Group photo poster
  6. BREAK! Meet in fishbowl-- get a chair and paper for notes
  7. India speaker
  • Homework: Resume due by 4pm TODAY (check with references before then)-- print and put in tray, SENIOR photo poster due by 4pm Friday

September 18

  1. Journal #7: What formatting guidelines should a resume follow? Explain several.
  2. Feliz cumple Wyatt B.!
  3. Thank you for Dr. Seshadri
  4. Print SOU college fair code-- ONLY if you didn't do so yesterday!
  5. SPLIT! Juniors to rm 19, seniors to capstone
  6. Common proofreading marks
  7. Peer edit resumes
  8. Value of Travel TED Talk
  9. BREAK! Seniors to rm 19, juniors to fishbowl
  10. Common proofreading marks
  11. Peer edit resumes
  12. Value of Travel TED Talk
  • Homework: Common proofreading marks quiz on Friday, corrected resume (stapled to edited copy) due by the end of class on Friday

September 19

  1. Journal #8: What are a few reasons Rick Steves says are important reasons to travel? Explain.
  2. Take THIS survey
  3. Feliz cumple Wyatt B. and Skuylar!
  4. India party on Monday (2nd period)-- party people are FOOD Caden, Kaylah, Maddie, Lexie, Pamela, Emilie DRINK Celina, Grace DANCE Tommy GAME Trevor CRAFT Wyatt B.-- tell Sullivan what you are bringing :)
  5. Print SOU college fair code-- ONLY if you didn't do so already!
  6. SPLIT! Juniors to rm 19, seniors to capstone
  7. Discuss journal
  8. Finish TED Talk-- Value of Travel TED Talk
  9. Actively read article
  10. BREAK! Seniors to rm 19, juniors to fishbowl
  11. Discuss journal
  12. Finish TED Talk-- Value of Travel TED Talk
  13. Actively read article
  • Homework: Common proofreading marks quiz on Friday, corrected resume (stapled to edited copy) due by the end of class on Friday, finish active reading by tomorrow at the start of class (NP article), India party on Monday

September 20

  1. Journal #9: What is active reading? Explain.
  2. SPLIT! Sen to capstone/ Jun:
  3. Review common proofreading marks
  4. Vote on tenets poster HERE
  5. College Now survey
  6. Check active reading/ finish reading Desert Solitaire excerpt
  7. Responsible Travel Essay Requirements
    • Address this question-- What is responsible travel, and why is it important?
    • 5 paragraph minimum
    • typed and double-spaced with your name on it
    • hook must be travel-themed quote
    • include a strong thesis
    • use transitions at the start of each body paragraph
    • base body paragraphs on the Desert Solitaire excerpt AND the Rick Steves TEDx talk. Give credit to your sources!
  8. BREAK! Sen in small lab, Jun in fishbowl
  9. Review common proofreading marks
  10. Vote on tenets poster HERE
  11. Check active reading/ finish reading Desert Solitaire excerpt
  12. Responsible Travel Essay Requirements
    • Address this question-- What is responsible travel, and why is it important?
    • 5 paragraph minimum
    • typed and double-spaced with your name on it
    • hook must be travel-themed quote
    • include a strong thesis
    • use transitions at the start of each body paragraph
    • base body paragraphs on the Desert Solitaire excerpt AND the Rick Steves TEDx talk. Give credit to your sources!
  • Homework: Common proofreading marks quiz on Friday, corrected resume (stapled to edited copy) due by the end of class on Friday, finish active reading by tomorrow at the start of class (NP article), India party on Monday, Desert Solitaire Socratic Circle tomorrow (Seniors) and Monday (Juniors), Senior group photo poster due Friday by 4pm in P drive, Responsible Travel essay due next Friday by 4pm
  • India party on Monday (2nd period)-- party people are FOOD Caden, Kaylah, Maddie, Lexie, Pamela, Emilie DRINK Celina, Grace DANCE Tommy GAME Trevor CRAFT Wyatt B.-- tell Sullivan what you are bringing :)

September 21

  1. Journal #10: What tasks do you hope to accomplish during your work time today?
  2. India party people-- tell Sully what you're bringing on Monday!
  3. Proofreading marks quiz
  4. WORK DAY! Turn in corrected resumes (due by end of class-- staple old to new and put in tray), fix tenets posters (email to Sullivan), do Responsible Travel essay, check Synergy and complete missing work, SENIORS-- finish group photo poster (due by 4pm today in P drive)
  5. Check active reading/ finish reading Desert Solitaire excerpt
  6. BREAK! Sen in fishbowl, Jun in small lab
  7. Sen-- Desert Solitaire Socratic Circle
  • Homework: India party on Monday, Desert Solitaire Socratic Circle Monday (Juniors), Responsible Travel essay due next Friday by 4pm
  • India party on Monday (2nd period)-- party people are FOOD Caden, Kaylah, Maddie, Lexie, Pamela, Emilie DRINK Celina, Grace DANCE Tommy GAME Trevor CRAFT Wyatt B.
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Check out THIS scholarship
    • Sept 27th-- Pacific Univeristy in library 9-10:30, SOU in library 1:15-3:30
    • Oct 9th-- George Fox University in library 2:30-3:30

Week 4: September 24 – 28

September 24

  1. Journal #11: Do you agree or diagree with the writer in Desert Solitaire? Explain.
  2. Feliz cumple Hannah!
  3. India party!
  4. BREAK-- Sen to small lab, Jun to fishbowl
  5. Socratic Circle-- Desert Soltaire
  • Homework: Responsible Travel essay due Friday by 4pm
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Check out THIS scholarship
    • Sept 27th-- Pacific Univeristy in library 9-10:30, SOU in library 1:15-3:30
    • Oct 9th-- George Fox University in library 2:30-3:30
    • Oct 11th-- PAC at noon

September 25

  1. Journal #12: As responsible tourists, how can we help avoid damaging beautiful natural places (like National Parks in the US)? Explain.
  2. Tenet poster winners
  3. Lantern winner
  4. SPLIT! Sen in small lab, Jun in large lab
  5. Plan your Dream Trip! Create a 10-15 day itinerary for an international vacation-- include...
    • Location
    • Air fare costs
    • A table for each day, including breakfast, morning activity, lunch, afternoon/ evening activity, dinner, and lodging (with a description of each)
    • Total cost of the trip
  6. Dream Trip itinerary examples: Florence, Paris
  7. BREAK-- Sen to small lab, Jun to fishbowl
  8. Work on Dream Trip itinerary
  • Homework: Responsible Travel essay due Friday by 4pm (print and put in tray), Dream Trip Itinerary due Friday by 4pm (save in the P drive-- P:\handins\BIS\CIS\2018-19\Dream Trip Itinerary)
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Check out THIS scholarship
    • THURSDAY-- Pacific Univeristy in library 9-10:30, SOU in library 1:15-3:30
    • Oct 9th-- George Fox University in library 2:30-3:30
    • Oct 11th-- PAC at noon

September 26

  1. Journal #13: Where did you decide to visit for your Dream Trip? Why? Explain.
  2. Junior tardy policy
  3. Vote-- senior photo posters-- P:\handouts\BIS\CIS\2018-19\VOTE Group Photo Poster-- vote HERE
  4. SPLIT! Sen in small lab, Jun in large lab
  5. Work on your Dream Trip, Responsible Travel essay, and resume corrections.
  6. Check out these websites for trip planning:
  7. BREAK-- Sen to small lab, Jun to fishbowl
  • Homework: Responsible Travel essay due Friday by 4pm (print and put in tray), Dream Trip Itinerary due Friday by 4pm (save in the P drive-- P:\handins\BIS\CIS\2018-19\Dream Trip Itinerary), corrected resumes due Friday by the end of 2nd period (print new copy, attach to top of old ones, put in the tray)
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Check out THIS scholarship
    • THURSDAY-- Pacific Univeristy in library 9-10:30, SOU in library 1:15-3:30
    • Oct 9th-- George Fox University in library 2:30-3:30
    • Oct 11th-- PAC at noon

September 27

  1. Journal #14: What websites have been most useful when planning your Dream Trip? Why?
  2. Reminder-- Minis start on Monday!
  3. SPLIT! Sen in small lab, Jun in large lab
  4. Set up Muse folder
  5. Start your Muse website
  6. BREAK-- Sen to small lab, Jun to fishbowl
  • Homework: Responsible Travel essay due Friday by 4pm (print and put in tray), Dream Trip Itinerary due Friday by 4pm (save in the P drive-- P:\handins\BIS\CIS\2018-19\Dream Trip Itinerary), corrected resumes due Friday by the end of 2nd period (print new copy, attach to top of old ones, put in the tray)
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Check out THIS scholarship
    • THURSDAY-- Pacific Univeristy in library 9-10:30, SOU in library 1:15-3:30
    • Oct 9th-- George Fox University in library 2:30-3:30
    • Oct 11th-- PAC at noon

September 28

  1. Journal #15: What tasks do you hope to complete today?
  2. Reminder-- Minis start on Monday!
  3. WORK DAY! Read over and begin website portfolio tasks (due Monday at the start of class), finish resume corrections (due today by the end of class), finish Responsible Travel essay (due by 4pm in tray today), finish Dream Trip itinerary (due in P drive by 4 pm today)
  4. BREAK-- Sen to small lab, Jun to fishbowl
  5. Sen-- Using colons and semicolons, write 10 sentences using semicolons and colons in all the listed ways.
  • Homework: Responsible Travel essay due today by 4pm (print and put in tray), Dream Trip Itinerary due today by 4pm (save in the P drive-- P:\handins\BIS\CIS\2018-19\Dream Trip Itinerary), corrected resumes due today by the end of 2nd period (print new copy, attach to top of old ones, put in the tray), Indian and Jville paragraphs for website due at the start of class on Monday-- print and bring to class
  • Sign up or the college trip-- it is $50 and is coming up on Oct. 25-26!
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Check out THIS scholarship
    • Oct 9th-- George Fox University in library 2:30-3:30
    • Oct 11th-- PAC at noon

Week 5: October 1 – 5

October 1

  1. Journal #16: What are the qualities of a good essay? What makes you say so? Explain.
  2. Reminder-- Minis start on TODAY!
  3. Turn in India and Jacksonville paragraphs
  4. Peer edit Responsible Travel essays, India paragraph, and Jacksonville paragraph
  5. Correct essay and turn in-- staple new copy to top of old copy and put in tray (due by start of class tomorrow)
  6. Correct India and Jville paragraphs-- save in U drive
  7. BREAK-- Sen to small lab-- apply for FAFSA, Jun to fishbowl
  8. Jun-- Using colons and semicolons, write 10 sentences using semicolons and colons in all the listed ways.
  9. Sen-- Seniors: Have your social security numbers and your FSA ID username and password somewhere you will not lose them like your phone notes for example. 
  • Homework: Corrected resume due by 4pm on Wednesday-- staple new copy to top of old versions, College Fair is FRIDAY-- meet out front at 8:50 and check in with Ms. Weigand
  • Sign up or the college trip-- it is $50 and is coming up on Oct. 25-26!
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Check out THIS scholarship
    • Oct 9th-- George Fox University in library 2:30-3:30
    • Oct 11th-- PAC at noon

October 2

  1. Journal #17: How are colons and semicolons properly used? Explain.
  2. Turn in corrected Responsible Travel essays-- staple new one to top of old one
  3. Split! Senior capstone/ Juniors:
    • Download Muse CC2017.0.4 HERE
    • Review for quiz
    • Do Task 2 for your website-- print and put in the tray by the end of class on Thursday
  • BREAK! Juniors to fishbowl; Seniors:
    • Download Muse CC2017.0.4 HERE
    • Review for quiz
    • Do Task 2 for your website-- print and put in the tray by the end of class on Thursday
  • Homework: Corrected resume due by 4pm TOMORROW-- staple new copy to top of old versions and put in tray, College Fair is FRIDAY-- meet out front at 8:50 and check in with Ms. Weigand, semicolon/colon quiz on Thursday, Home page content for website due by the end of class on Thursday-- print and put in the tray
  • Sign up or the college trip-- it is $50 and is coming up on Oct. 25-26!
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Check out THIS scholarship
    • Oct 9th-- George Fox University in library 2:30-3:30
    • Oct 11th-- PAC at noon

October 3

  1. Journal #18: Would you ever want to climb Mt. Everest? Why or why not? Explain.
  2. Info for Friday
  3. Turn in corrected resumes today by 4pm-- staple new to old and put in the tray
  4. Split! Senior capstone/ Juniors:
    • Download Muse CC2017.0.4 HERE if you didn't yesterday-- make sure it works and is in your U drive
    • Review for quiz
    • Create a Canva infographic (choose from Education list) teaching about at least 10 facts-- important, surprising, etc.-- about Mt. Everest. When you finish, PROOFREAD CLOSELY! Then download as a PNG, save in your U drive T1 CIS folder. Save as lastnamefirstname. Drag and drop into P:\handins\BIS\CIS\2018-19.
  • BREAK! Junior Spanish/ Seniors:
      • Download Muse CC2017.0.4 HERE if you didn't yesterday-- make sure it works and is in your U drive
      • Review for quiz
      • Create a Canva infographic (choose from Education list) teaching about at least 10 facts-- important, surprising, etc.-- about Mt. Everest. When you finish, PROOFREAD CLOSELY! Then download as a PNG, save in your U drive T1 CIS folder. Save as lastnamefirstname. Drag and drop into P:\handins\BIS\CIS\2018-19.
  • Homework: College Fair is FRIDAY-- meet out front at 8:50 and check in with Ms. Weigand, semicolon/colon quiz on Thursday, Home page content for website due by the end of class on Thursday-- print and put in the tray, Everest infographic due in P drive by 4pm on Friday
  • Sign up for the college trip-- it is $50 and is coming up on Oct. 25-26!
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Check out THIS scholarship
    • Oct 9th-- George Fox University in library 2:30-3:30
    • Oct 11th-- PAC at noon

October 4

  1. Journal #19: What are some good questions to ask during the college fair tomorrow? Give three.
  2. Feliz cumple Emilie!
  3. Take this quiz!
  4. Nominate homecoming court HERE
  5. Work Day! Finish Canva infographic on Everest-- turn in to the dropbox on Synergy, not the P drive! and finish home page content for website (task 2)-- print and turn in to the tray, download Muse CC2017.0.4 HERE if you didn't yet-- make sure it is in your U drive
  • Homework: College Fair is FRIDAY-- meet out front at 8:50 and check in with Ms. Weigand, Home page content for website due by the end of class on today-- print and put in the tray, Everest infographic due in P drive by 4pm on Friday
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Check out THIS scholarship
    • Oct 9th-- George Fox University in library 2:30-3:30
    • Oct 11th-- PAC at noon
    • College Night-- Oct. 11th-- in the Tech Center!

October 5

  1. COLLEGE FAIR!
  2. Make up assignment: Research 10 colleges you're interested in attending. Make a list of 10 facts about each that shows why you'd like to possibly go there.

Week 6: October 8 – 12

October 8

  1. Journal #20: What school from the college fair are you most interested in attending? Why? Explain.
  2. Feliz cumple Pamela!
  3. Check out Into Thin Air and read Introduction
  4. Peer edit Home Page content
  5. Correct Home Page content and save in U drive Home Page folder
  6. Find an internship!
  7. SPLIT! Juniors-- Grammar Lesson-- punctuating titles, Seniors-- Capstone
    1. Complete FAFSA here
    2. Create FSA ID here 
    3. Personality test here
  • Homework: Read Introduction in Into Thin Air, internship paperwork due by next Tuesday, corrected resumes due Wednesday by 4pm-- print new copy and put in the tray, SENIORS-- make sure to attend college night on Thursday!
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Check out THIS scholarship
    • Tues., 10/9: Pacific University, Rudy Sanchez @ 2:45
      Thurs., 10/11: Oregon Tech @ 2:30 to 3:30
      Tues., 10/16: University of Oregon @ 2:00 – 2:30
      Tues., 10/23: Linfield College @ 12:30 – 1:30
      Tues., 10/30: University of Alaska @ 2:00 – 4:00
    • Oct 11th-- PAC at noon
    • Considering out-of-state colleges? Check out the Western Undergraduate Exchange Program for reduced tuition costs.
    • College Night-- Oct. 11th-- in the Tech Center
      6:00-8:00 (assignment for seniors)
      Bring a parent!

October 9

  1. Journal #21: According to the introduction of Into Thin Air, why did Krakauer write this book, and what made this whole event so difficult for him? Explain.
  2. Vote for Homecoming Court HERE
  3. SPLIT! Senior capstone, Junior book discussion in fishbowl, ch 1-2
  4. BREAK! Junior Spanish in lab/ fishbowl; Senior book discussion in tech center, ch 1-2
  • Homework: Read up to and including ch. 3 in Into Thin Air by Thursday, internship paperwork due by next Tuesday, corrected resumes due Wednesday by 4pm-- print new copy and put in the tray, SENIORS-- make sure to attend college night on Thursday!
  • Internship Info: Wednesdays, Oct. 24-Dec. 9, 11 AM to 1 PM (Give yourself time to drive and get back to school!)
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Check out THIS scholarship
    • Tues., 10/9: Pacific University, Rudy Sanchez @ 2:45
      Thurs., 10/11: Oregon Tech @ 2:30 to 3:30
      Tues., 10/16: University of Oregon @ 2:00 – 2:30
      Tues., 10/23: Linfield College @ 12:30 – 1:30
      Tues., 10/30: University of Alaska @ 2:00 – 4:00
    • Oct 11th-- PAC at noon
    • Considering out-of-state colleges? Check out the Western Undergraduate Exchange Program for reduced tuition costs.
    • College Night-- Oct. 11th-- in the Tech Center
      6:00-8:00 (assignment for seniors)
      Bring a parent

October 10

  1. Journal #22: When and how was Everest discovered to be the tallest mountain on Earth? Explain.
  2. SPLIT! Senior capstone, Junior Tourism and Economics in rm 19
  3. BREAK! Junior Spanish in lab/ fishbowl; Senior Tourism and Economics in rm 19
  • Homework: Read up to and including ch. 3 in Into Thin Air by Thursday, internship paperwork due by next Tuesday, corrected resumes due Wednesday by 4pm-- print new copy and put in the tray, SENIORS-- make sure to attend college night on Thursday!
  • Internship Info: Wednesdays, Oct. 24-Dec. 9, 11 AM to 1 PM (Give yourself time to drive and get back to school!)
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Check out THIS scholarship
    • Senior pictures are due by Dec. 7th!
    • Thurs., 10/11: Oregon Tech @ 2:30 to 3:30
      Tues., 10/16: University of Oregon @ 2:00 – 2:30
      Tues., 10/23: Linfield College @ 12:30 – 1:30
      Tues., 10/30: University of Alaska @ 2:00 – 4:00
    • Oct 11th-- PAC at noon
    • Considering out-of-state colleges? Check out the Western Undergraduate Exchange Program for reduced tuition costs.
    • College Night-- Oct. 11th-- in the Tech Center
      6:00-8:00 (assignment for seniors)
      Bring a parent

October 11

  1. Journal #23: How did Krakauer end up climbing Everest? Explain.
  2. WORK DAY! Read Into Thin Air and work on packet (ch. 4-5 due Monday), complete tasks 1-2 for your Travel Magazine (click on tab), make sure you have all journal entries complete, find an internship, check Synergy and complete missing work.
  3. BREAK! Junior Spanish in lab/ fishbowl; Senior discussion-- circle up in large lab
  • Homework: Read up to and including ch. 5 in Into Thin Air by Monday, tourism and economics article due (printed and in tray) by 4pm on Oct. 22, internship paperwork due Tuesday, journals due Tuesday, midterm on TUESDAY-- use proofreading marks and correct your travel essay plus short quiz on Into Thin Air, SENIORS-- make sure to attend college night TONIGHT!
  • Internship Info: Wednesdays, Oct. 24-Dec. 9, 11 AM to 1 PM (Give yourself time to drive and get back to school!)
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Check out THIS scholarship
    • Senior pictures are due by Dec. 7th!
    • Thurs., 10/11: Oregon Tech @ 2:30 to 3:30
      Tues., 10/16: University of Oregon @ 2:00 – 2:30
      Tues., 10/23: Linfield College @ 12:30 – 1:30
      Tues., 10/30: University of Alaska @ 2:00 – 4:00
    • Oct 11th-- PAC at noon
    • Considering out-of-state colleges? Check out the Western Undergraduate Exchange Program for reduced tuition costs.
    • College Night-- Oct. 11th-- in the Tech Center
      6:00-8:00 (assignment for seniors)
      Bring a parent
    • Blackburn College and Dream Scholarship info here

October 12

  1. State Inservice – no schools

Week 7: October 15 – 19

October 15

  1. Journal #24: Who are some of the important people Krakeur introduces us to in ch. 1-5 of Into Thin Air? Tell about at least two-- who are they, what do they do, etc.?
  2. Review for tomorrow's test HERE
  3. Volunteer travel?
  4. Still need responsible travel essays for tomorrow's test!
  5. Write travel magazine article on economy and tourism-- due Monday!
  6. Read Into Thin Air-- ch. 6-8 due Monday
  7. Make sure you have an internship-- paperwork is due tomorrow
  8. Make sure your journals are complete-- they are due tomorrow
  9. BREAK! Seniors-- capstone/ Juniors-- book discussion in fishbowl
  10. Homework: Read up to and including ch. 8 in Into Thin Air by Monday, tourism and economics article due (printed and in tray) by 4pm on Monday, internship paperwork due TOMORROW, journals due Tuesday, midterm on TUESDAY-- use proofreading marks and correct your travel essay plus short quiz on Into Thin Air
  • Internship Info: Wednesdays, Oct. 24-Dec. 9, 11 AM to 1 PM (Give yourself time to drive and get back to school!)
  • SENIOR Info:

October 16

  1. Journal #25: What would you like to know before you take your test?
  2. Turn in journals
  3. Feliz cumple Kegahn and Caden!
  4. Internships go until the 19th of December
  5. Take Into Thin Air quiz HERE
  6. Correct Responsible Travel essay
    • Add proofreading marks where there are circles to correct mistakes
    • Fix mistakes on digital copy
    • Print and staple to the top of your essay
    • Put it in the tray
  7. Write travel magazine article on economy and tourism-- due Monday!
  8. Read Into Thin Air-- ch. 6-8 due Monday
  9. Make sure you have an internship-- paperwork is due TODAY
  10. BREAK! Seniors-- Punctuating titles and letter of rec packet/ Juniors-- Spanish
  11. Homework: Read up to and including ch. 8 in Into Thin Air by Monday, tourism and economics article due (printed and in tray) by 4pm on Monday, internship paperwork due TODAY
  • Internship Info: Wednesdays, Oct. 24-Dec. 19, 11 AM to 1 PM (Give yourself time to drive and get back to school!)
  • SENIOR Info:

October 17

  1. Parent/Teacher Conferences

October 18

  1. Parent/Teacher Conferences

October 19

  1. Parent/Teacher Conferences

Week 8: October 22 – 26

October 22

  1. Journal #26: What are some cool tourists sites in Southern Oregon?
  2. Punctuating titles review
  3. Field trip-- sign up for a day, permission slips due WEDNESDAY!
  4. Take THIS poll (please wait until Sully tells you to begin)
  5. Sully checks ITA packet
  6. Finish Tourism and Economics article (due in tray by 4pm) OR read Into Thin Air (ch. 11 by Thursday)-- if you didn't finish the essay corrections part of the midterm, you can do that now (or on Friday during our work day)
  7. Correct Responsible Travel essay
    • Add proofreading marks where there are circles to correct mistakes
    • Fix mistakes on digital copy
    • Print and staple to the top of your essay
    • Put it in the tray
  8. BREAK! Seniors-- capstone/ Juniors-- book discussion in rm 19
  9. Homework: Read up to and including ch. 11 in Into Thin Air by Thursday, tourism and economics article due (printed and in tray) by 4pm TODAY, internships begin on Wednesday, punctuating titles quiz tomorrow
  • Our Tourism Field Trip is on Oct. 29 OR 30-- wear warm clothes good for hiking and being outside for the day and shoes that are sturdy enough for caves-- bring a sack lungh-- we will be gone from 8:50 AM to 6 PM-- communicate with teachers before then!
  • Internship Info: Wednesdays, Oct. 24-Dec. 19, 11 AM to 1 PM (Give yourself time to drive and get back to school!)
  • SENIOR Info:

October 23

  1. Journal #27: Why is Everest a "commodity"? Explain.
  2. Turn in field trip permission slips!!!!!
  3. Internships start tomorrow-- people who are good to go are Lexi, Kevin, Hannah, Luke, Pamela, Sarai, Celina, Hailey, Kaylah, Autumn, Rayna, and Jacob Z.
  4. Punctuating titles quiz HERE
  5. Split! Seniors to rm 19-- Tourism and the Environment notes
  6. BREAK! Seniors-- capstone-- Personal Statement brainstorm and 2 peer reviews for OSAC/ Juniors-- Tourism and the Environment notes in rm 19
  7. Homework: Read up to and including ch. 11 in Into Thin Air by Thursday, internships begin on Wednesday, turn in internship log on Thursday, SENIORS-- recommendation packet due by tomorrow, final draft of Personal Statement stapled on top of brainstorm with two more peer reviews is due the 29 or 30 (depending on field trip day), we will go over OSAC apps and you will need your Personal Statement and your activities list from the recommendation packet
  • Our Tourism Field Trip is on Oct. 29 OR 30-- wear warm clothes good for hiking and being outside for the day and shoes that are sturdy enough for caves-- bring a sack lungh-- we will be gone from 8:50 AM to 6 PM-- communicate with teachers before then!
  • Internship Info: Wednesdays, Oct. 24-Dec. 19, 11 AM to 1 PM (Give yourself time to drive and get back to school!)
  • SENIOR Info:

October 24

  1. INTERNSHIPS!!!!
  2. Internship Make Up:
    • List five locations where you might want to intern. Write the contact phone number of each and a brief description of the business.
    • Call each place to see if you can intern there. Then write their response on your paper.
    • If you don't have an internship after these five, do five more.

October 25

  1. Journal #28: How can tourism be both good and bad for the environment? Explain one of each.
  2. Turn in internship logs
  3. RCC IDs and honors credit
  4. Turn in field trip permission slips!!!!!
  5. Split! Juniors to fishbowl-- book discussion/ Seniors-- capstone
  6. BREAK! Seniors-- discussion in tech center/ Juniors-- Spanish
  • Homework: Read up to and including ch. 13 in Into Thin Air by Monday
  • SENIORS-- final draft of Personal Statement stapled on top of brainstorm with two more peer reviews is due the 29 or 30 (depending on field trip day)
  • Our Tourism Field Trip is on MONDAY or TUESDAY-- wear warm clothes good for hiking and being outside for the day and shoes that are sturdy enough for caves-- bring a sack lungh-- we will be gone from 8:50 AM to 6 PM-- communicate with teachers before then!
  • Internship Info: Wednesdays during 2-3 periods, they end Dec. 19
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Senior pictures are due by Dec. 7th!
    • Tues., 10/30: University of Alaska @ 2:00 – 4:00
    • Considering out-of-state colleges? Check out the Western Undergraduate Exchange Program for reduced tuition costs.

October 26

  1. Journal #29: What are Anatoli Boukreev's character attributes? Explain with details from the book.
  2. Turn in field trip permission slips!!!!!
  3. WORK DAY! Read ch. 12-13 of Into Thin Air, do responses on worksheet, check Synergy and complete missing assignments, catch up on reading, Seniors-- work on OSAC personal statements.
  4. BREAK! Seniors-- peer edit economy articles/ Juniors-- Spanish
  • Homework: Read up to and including ch. 13 in Into Thin Air by Monday
  • SENIORS-- final draft of Personal Statement stapled on top of brainstorm with two more peer reviews is due the 29 or 30 (depending on field trip day)
  • Our Tourism Field Trip is on MONDAY or TUESDAY-- wear warm clothes good for hiking and being outside for the day and shoes that are sturdy enough for caves-- bring a sack lungh-- we will be gone from 8:50 AM to 6 PM-- communicate with teachers before then!
  • Internship Info: Wednesdays during 2-3 periods, they end Dec. 19
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Senior pictures are due by Dec. 7th!
    • Tues., 10/30: University of Alaska @ 2:00 – 4:00
    • Considering out-of-state colleges? Check out the Western Undergraduate Exchange Program for reduced tuition costs

Week 9: October 29 – November 2

October 29

  1. Journal #30: Find a unique Halloween tradition from somewhere other than the US and tell about it.
  2. Make sure to get internship log before Wednesday!
  3. Assembly schedule on Wednesday-- plan internships accordingly!
  4. 1ST                               9:50 TO 10:43
    2ND                              10:47 TO 11:40
    3RD                              11:44 TO 12:37
    ASSEMBLY                   12:40 TO 1:10
    LUNCH                       1:10 TO 1:55
    4TH                             1:55 TO 2:48
    5TH                              2:52 TO 3:45

  5. Turn in field trip permission slips!!!!!
  6. Correct your econ and tourism articles-- save in your U drive in your magazine folder
  7. Write your Tourism and Environment article (instructions on Travel Magazine tab)-- hard copy due in the tray by 4 pm Friday
  8. SENIORS-- turn in rough drafts of OSAC personal statements stapled to top of brainstorms (996 characters)-- peer edit-- then staple final typed draft to top of packet and turn in on Wednesday; also turn in letter of rec packet with the activities section complete.
  9. Field Trip Alternate Assignment (only if you did not attend field trip): Write a multi-paragraph research essay about the Caves and Out n About Treehouses. Tell how each business/ site 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 the tray by the end of 3rd period on Tuesday.
  • Homework: Read up to and including ch. 17 in Into Thin Air by next Tuesday, Tourism and Environment article due Friday by 4pm-- turn hard copy into tray
  • Our Tourism Field Trip is TOMORROW-- wear warm clothes good for hiking and being outside for the day and shoes that are sturdy enough for caves-- bring a sack lungh-- we will be gone from 8:50 AM to 6 PM-- communicate with teachers before then!
  • Internship Info: Wednesdays during 2-3 periods, they end Dec. 19
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Senior pictures are due by Dec. 7th!
    • Tues., 10/30: University of Alaska @ 2:00 – 4:00
    • Considering out-of-state colleges? Check out the Western Undergraduate Exchange Program for reduced tuition cost

October 30

  1. Journal #30: Find a unique Halloween tradition from somewhere other than the US and tell about it.
  2. Make sure to get internship log before Wednesday!
  3. Assembly schedule on Wednesday-- plan internships accordingly!
  4. 1ST                               9:50 TO 10:43
    2ND                              10:47 TO 11:40
    3RD                              11:44 TO 12:37
    ASSEMBLY                   12:40 TO 1:10
    LUNCH                       1:10 TO 1:55
    4TH                             1:55 TO 2:48
    5TH                              2:52 TO 3:45

  5. Correct your econ and tourism articles-- save in your U drive in your magazine folder
  6. Write your Tourism and Environment article (instructions on Travel Magazine tab)-- hard copy due in the tray by 4 pm Friday
  7. SENIORS-- turn in rough drafts of OSAC personal statements stapled to top of brainstorms (996 characters)-- peer edit-- then staple final typed draft to top of packet and turn in on Wednesday; also turn in letter of rec packet with the activities section complete.
  8. Field Trip Alternate Assignment (only if you did not attend field trip): Write a multi-paragraph research essay about the Caves and Out n About Treehouses. Tell how each business/ site 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 the tray by the end of 3rd period on Tuesday.
  • Homework: Read up to and including ch. 17 in Into Thin Air by next Tuesday, Tourism and Environment article due Friday by 4pm-- turn hard copy into tray
  • Internship Info: Wednesdays during 2-3 periods, they end Dec. 19
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Senior pictures are due by Dec. 7th!
    • Tues., 10/30: University of Alaska @ 2:00 – 4:00
    • Considering out-of-state colleges? Check out the Western Undergraduate Exchange Program for reduced tuition cost

October 31

  1. Internship MAKE UP!
    • Find a recent news article about Mt. Everest (less than a year old)
    • Actively read it (highlight and make notes)
    • Write a one page summary and reflection about the topic
    • Staple everything together and turn it into the tray

November 1

  1. Journal #31: How have humans impacted the Oregon Caves since they have been a tourist site? Explain.
  2. Photo shoot on Monday-- bring props and costumes
  3. RCC IDs
  4. Turn in internship logs
  5. Thank you notes-- Ms. Hanson, Out n About Treehouses
  6. SPLIT! Juniors-- Tourism and Culture in rm 19; Senior capstone
  7. BREAK! Seniors-- Tourism and Culture in tech center; Junior Spanish
  • Homework: Read up to and including ch. 17 in Into Thin Air by next Tuesday, Tourism and Environment article due Friday by 4pm-- turn hard copy into tray
  • Internship Info: Wednesdays during 2-3 periods, they end Dec. 19
  • SENIOR Info:
    • Senior pictures are due by Dec. 7th!
    • Tues., 10/30: University of Alaska @ 2:00 – 4:00
    • Considering out-of-state colleges? Check out the Western Undergraduate Exchange Program for reduced tuition cost

November 2

  1. Journal #32: What is a potential negative cultural impact of tourism? Explain.
  2. Photo shoot on Monday-- bring props and costumes
  3. Thank you notes-- Ms. Hanson, Out n About Treehouses
  4. WORK DAY! Finish tourism and enviro article, start tourism and culture article, read ITA up to ch. 17
  5. BREAK! Seniors-- parts of speech lesson; Juniors-- work time
  • Homework: Read up to and including ch. 17 in Into Thin Air by Tuesday, Tourism and Environment article due TODAY by 4pm-- turn hard copy into tray, Tourism and Culture article due next Friday by 4pm-- turn hard copy into tray
  • SENIOR Info:

Week 10: November 5 – 9

November 5

  1. Journal #33: What is a potential positive cultural impact of tourism? Explain.
  2. Photo shoot/ work on Tourism and Culture article (due in tray by 4pm Friday) OR read Into Thin Air (up to ch. 17 due tomorrow)
  3. BREAK! Juniors-- parts of speech lesson; Seniors-- capstone
  • Homework: Read up to and including ch. 17 in Into Thin Air by Tuesday, Tourism and Culture article due Friday by 4pm-- turn hard copy into tray
  • SENIOR Info:

November 6

  1. Journal #34: By this point in Into Thin Air, several climbers have died or are near death. Tell about one death and how this tragedy occurred.
  2. Feliz cumple Luke!
  3. SPLIT! Juniors to fishbowl-- ITA book discussion/ check logs, Seniors- capstone
  4. BREAK! Seniors-- ITA book discussion/ check logs in tech center, Juniors-- Spanish
  • Homework: Read up to and including ch. 21 in Into Thin Air by Tuesday, Tourism and Culture article due Friday by 4pm-- turn hard copy into tray
  • SENIOR Info:

November 7

  1. INTERNSHIPS!
  2. Make Up: Listen to THIS podcast and write a one-page summary of what you learned.

November 8

  1. Journal #35: When you think of your Dream Trip, what particular sites first come to mind? Why?
  2. Turn in internship log
  3. SPLIT! Seniors-- capstone/ Juniors-- work on magazine covers
  4. BREAK! Seniors-- work on magazine covers/ Juniors-- Spanish
  • Homework: Read up to and including ch. 21 in Into Thin Air by Tuesday, Tourism and Culture article due Friday by 4pm-- turn hard copy into tray, finish magazine cover by the end of the day tomorrow and save in U drive
  • SENIOR Info:

November 9

  1. Journal #36: What do you still need to learn to do for your Photoshop magazine cover? Explain.
  2. Work day! Finish magazine covers-- save in U drive magazine folder as Photoshop and jpeg, finish tourism and culture article-- print and put in tray by 4pm, read up to ch. 21 in ITA by Tuesday and add to log, proofread and correct Tourism and Environment articles-- make corrections-- save in U drive, SENIORS-- work on OSAC app #1-14 (not 11)-- due by next Friday
  3. CHECK SYNERGY! All missing work must be turned in by next Friday, Nov. 16, to be graded in T1-- you must turn in all assignments-- see Sully with questions
  4. BREAK! Seniors-- OSAC work time, Juniors-- Spanish!
  • Homework: Read up to and including ch. 21 in Into Thin Air by Tuesday, Tourism and Culture article due TODAY by 4pm-- turn hard copy into tray, finish magazine cover and save in U drive
  • SENIOR Info:

LAST DAY TO TURN IN T1 WORK IS NOV. 16!!!

Week 11: November 12 – 16

November 12

  1. Veteran's Day – no school

November 13

  1. Journal #37: What is your favorite part of a magazine (ie articles, pictures, quizzes, ads, etc.). Why is it your favorite?
  2. SPLIT! Seniors-- capstone/ Juniors-- Begin formatting travel magazine
  3. BREAK! Seniors-- Begin formatting travel magazine/ Juniors-- Spanish
  • Homework: Finish Into Thin Air (including Epilogue and Postscript) by Thursday-- we will have our final discussion then
  • CHECK SYNERGY! All missing work must be turned in by Friday to be graded in T1-- you must turn in all assignments-- see Sully with questions
  • SENIOR Info:

LAST DAY TO TURN IN T1 WORK IS FRIDAY!!!

November 14

  1. INTERNSHIPS!
  2. Internhip make-up: Choose a mountain or climb (ie free solo climb on El Capitan) OTHER than Everest that interests you. Create a Canva info graphic teaching about this location-- it should include at least 10 facts. Email to Mrs. Weigand as an attachment by the end of class.

November 15

  1. Journal #38: How did people react to Into Thin Air after it was published? Explain.
  2. Wednesday schedule (please coordinate with your internships-- you cannot miss classes other than CIS):
  3. 1st 9:50 – 10:24
    2nd 10:28 – 11:02
    3rd 11:06 – 11:40
    4th 11:44 -12:18
    5th 12:22 – 12:56
    LUNCH     1:00 – 1:45

  4. SPLIT! Seniors-- capstone/ Juniors-- book discussion in fishbowl
  5. BREAK! Seniors-- Book discussion in tech center, Juniors-- Spanish
  • Homework: Final magazine due Tuesday, ITA log due Friday by 4pm-- put in the tray
  • CHECK SYNERGY! All missing work must be turned in by Friday to be graded in T1-- you must turn in all assignments-- see Sully with questions
  • SENIOR Info:

LAST DAY TO TURN IN T1 WORK IS FRIDAY!!

November 16

  1. Journal #39: What do you have to complete today so that you have no missing work in CIS?
  2. Feliz cumple Evangeline!
  3. Wednesday schedule (please coordinate with your internships-- you cannot miss classes other than CIS):
  4. 1st 9:50 – 10:24
    2nd 10:28 – 11:02
    3rd 11:06 – 11:40
    4th 11:44 -12:18
    5th 12:22 – 12:56
    LUNCH     1:00 – 1:45

  5. WORK DAY! Finish your magazine layout, finish ITA log, check Synergy, complete missing work
  6. BREAK! Seniors-- Parts of Speech lesson-- prepositions and conjunctions-- in tech center, Juniors-- Spanish
  • Homework: Final magazine due Tuesday, ITA log due Tuesday by 4pm-- put in the tray
  • CHECK SYNERGY! All missing work must be turned in TODAY to be graded in T1-- you must turn in all assignments-- see Sully with questions
  • SENIOR Info:

LAST DAY TO TURN IN T1 WORK IS TODAY!

Week 12: November 19 – 23

November 19

  1. Journal #40: After reading Into Thin Air, what other locations around the world would you like to read an in-depth book about? Why? Explain.
  2. International speakers in fishbowl!
  3. Wednesday schedule (please coordinate with your internships-- you cannot miss classes other than CIS
  4. 1st 9:50 – 10:24
    2nd 10:28 – 11:02
    3rd 11:06 – 11:40
    4th 11:44 -12:18
    5th 12:22 – 12:56
    LUNCH     1:00 – 1:45

  5. BREAK! Juniors-- Parts of Speech lesson with Mr. Warner-- prepositions and conjunctions-- in fishbowl, Seniors-- Capstone
  • Homework: Final magazine due next Monday, ITA log due Tuesday by 4pm-- put in the tray
  • SENIOR Info:

November 20

  1. Journal #40: After reading Into Thin Air, what other locations around the world would you like to read an in-depth book about? Why? Explain. (Repeat from yesterday because we didn't do journals yesterday).
  2. Feliz cumple Hailey!
  3. Turn in ITA logs-- put in tray
  4. Wednesday schedule (please coordinate with your internships-- you cannot miss classes other than CIS)
  5. 1st 9:50 – 10:24
    2nd 10:28 – 11:02
    3rd 11:06 – 11:40
    4th 11:44 -12:18
    5th 12:22 – 12:56
    LUNCH     1:00 – 1:45

  6. Finish magazines-- have a friend proofread CLOSELY for you-- five mistakes equals a 1/5
  7. Catch up on Spanish and journals
  • Homework: Final magazine due Monday by the end of 2nd period, journals due next Tuesday, ITA and tourism final on Nov. 29th-- review tourism notes on econ, enviro, and culture AND be familiar with entire ITA book
  • SENIOR Info:

November 21

  1. INTERNSHIPS!
  2. Internship make up: Choose an epsidoe of the Freakonomics Podcast and listen to it. Then, write a 1-page summary of what it was about.

November 22

  1. Thanksgiving Holiday – no school

November 23

  1. Thanksgiving Holiday – no school

Week 13: November 26 – 30

November 26

  1. Journal #41: Choose a character from Into Thin Air. If you were going to make a movie of the book, who would you pick to play this character? Why? Explain.
  2. Turn in internship logs
  3. Feliz cumple Rayna!
  4. Kahoot! game with Aaron and Christian
  5. Finish magazines-- have a friend proofread CLOSELY for you-- five mistakes equals a 1/5-- turn in to the P drive as your lastname_firstname-- P:\handins\BIS\CIS\2018-19\Travel Magazine-- due by the end of 2nd period
  6. BREAK! Head to fishbowl-- Everest movie- take notes on differences between book and movie
  • Homework: Journals are due TOMORROW, ITA and tourism final on Thursday-- review tourism notes on econ, enviro, and culture AND be familiar with entire ITA book
  • SENIOR Info:

November 27

  1. PUT JOURNALS ON THE TABLE! Then head to the fishbowl!
  2. Get your internship log!
  3. Everest movie- take notes on differences between book and movie
  4. BREAK-- Juniors-- Spanish test/ Seniors-- Finish OSAC in tech center
  • Homework: ITA and tourism final on Thursday-- review tourism notes on econ, enviro, and culture AND be familiar with entire ITA book
  • SENIOR Info:

November 28

  1. INTERNSHIPS!
  2. Internship make up:
  • Write a test on Into Thin Air and tourism's effect on culture, environment, and economy-- make it 25 multiple choice questions-- then turn it in with the correct answers marked
  • Finish last week's internship make up

November 29

  1. GRAB YOUR JOURNAL :)
  2. Journal #42: What questions do you have before the final?
  3. Turn in internship logs
  4. Feliz cumple Tommy!
  5. SPLIT! Juniors-- Spanish; Seniors-- Capstone tasks:
    • Finish and turn in letter of rec packets
    • Finish OSAC app
    • Do Spanish pretest-- written and video
    • Do rough and final drafts of personal statements
    • Apply for scholarships
    • Goodbye Zander!
  6. BREAK!
  7. Final HERE
  8. Work on new website tasks #3-4-- print and bring to class Tuesday
  9. Visit from Ms. Dixon, Yearbook Advisor
  • Homework: Complete and print website tasks 3-4-- bring to class on Tuesday!
  • SENIOR Info:

November 30

  1. Inservice/Professional Development – no school