2017 – 2018 CSB Trimester 1 Agenda

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Week 1: September 4 – 8

September 4

Labor Day – No School

September 5

Welcome Freshman - First Day of School!

Login info: Student user name: last name (as it appears in Synergy) student #
Student password: cp student # (cp is lower case letters) - everyone will be prompted to change your password - your name cannot be in the password.
See example below.
User name: jones12345678
Password: cp12345678

September 6

Welcome First Years and Welcome Back Second Years!

  1. 2nd Years get choice of machines - 1st years can then fill in. Try and sit in same spot on daily basis
  2. Sinks and Rogan - CSB - Tradition - Helmets - Boot Camp
    1. Transpophotointernet Contract - We have printed for you and will hand out - Due Friday
    2. File Management
  3. Skills - PTT
  4. Think about - words that describe you
  5. p2p interview using notecards
  6. CSB ReadsHow to Win Friends and Influence PeopleHomework - this is due tomorrow at the start of class (have printed and turn in to box)
  7. CSBeast! BootCampHomework - this is due tomorrow
    • In 300 - 350 words, p2p interview response to the following prompt:If your name were an acronym, what would it stand for and how would it reflect your strengths and personality? (essay prompt from Lehigh)

September 7

All homework from last night should be turned into the appropriate boxes on front table -
both your H2WFAIP Cornell Notes and your Boot Camp Essay - Acronym

Picture retakes are tomorrow starting at 7:30

  1. Skills – Keyboarding (open a Word Document)
  2. Photoshoot Tomorrow
    • Global Citizen Image idea - 2 Pic Photoshoot - Discuss - What to wear - Business Professional, etc.
  3. CSB Orientation
    • CSB Handbook 2017 - Go over instructions/tutorial
      • then we will have ~30 minutes to discuss ideas and write script (you will turn in your script with member names/also what your visual representation idea is - tomorrow we will begin rotations - Groups 1 - 6 will have Padcasters to start and Groups 7 -12 will work on their visual representations - then we will rotate.
  4. Jung Personality Styles -
    • You will take the test linked above
      • When you finish, you will screen capture the result and paste into a Word document- save this as jung in your CSB Tri1 Folder
        • In that same Word doc, type in the 4 letters of your personality type with percentages - ie: E (31%) S (1%) F (38%) J (9%)
          • Next, read your type description from the Jung Personality Style site
          • Then read your communication skills from the Jung Personality site
            • Write a short description of what you learned
            • Write a short statement of if you agree with your Jung Personality Style
        • Send Sinks and Rogan an email
          • Subject: My Jung
          • Body: My Personality type letters are....
          • Attach: Jung
  5. CSB ReadsHow to Win Friends and Influence PeopleHomework - this is due tomorrow at the start of class (have printed and turn in to box)
  6. CSBeast! BootCampHomework - this is due tomorrow at the start of class tomorrow
    • In 300 - 350 words, your response to the following prompt:
    • Twenty years ago, the world met Harry Potter and his companions. One of the more memorable lines from the J.K. Rowling series was spoken by Albus Dumbledore: "Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light." What ideas or experiences bring you joy? (Dartmouth)

September 8

  1. SkillsKeyboarding 1
  2. Photoshoot Today
    • 2 pics - one for Global Citizen Banner and 1 more casual and fun
  3. CSB Orientation
    • CSB Handbook 2017
    • begin rotations - Groups 1 - 6 will have Padcasters to start and Groups 7 -12 will work on their visual representations - then we will rotate.
    • link to CSB Handbook
  4. Skills - PTT - Due
  5. CSB ReadsHow to Win Friends and Influence PeopleHomework - these are due Monday at the start of class (have printed or filled out and turn in to box) - Yes, you do 2 Cornell Notes
    1. Part 1 Chapter 3: "He Who Can Do This Has the Whole World with Him. He Who Cannot, Walks a Lonely Way"
    2. Part 2 Chapter 1 & 2: Do This and You'll Be Welcome Anywhere & A Simple Way to Make a Good Impression
  6. CSBeast! BootCampHomework - this is due in your Synergy Dropbox by Monday at the start of class
    • Describe a topic, idea, or concept you find so engaging that it makes you lose track of time. Why does it captivate you? What or who do you turn to when you want to learn more? Common Application - 650 Word Max - we will discuss the advice from the Harvard Crimson Application Blog

Week 2: September 11 – 15

September 11

Parent Night is Thurssday Night

If you were not here for the Photoshoot - we need to take your picture no later than tomorrow - we ill be using in class tomorrow

Interested in learning a trade like electrical, carpentry, ironwork, fabrication, forestry and timber, or construction and building? The Southern Oregon Trade Careers Expo is Thurs, Sept. 28 in Canyonville - See Pugh in room 28 for details and to sign up.

  1. SkillsKeyboarding 2 (open your keyboarding doc from your CSB Tri1 folder)
  2. CSBeast Picture under the KEEP BIS NERDY sign after keyboarding
  3. CSB Orientation
    • CSB Handbook 2017 - all DUE tomorrow
    • When you are finished with your video - please put on youtube and email the link to Rogan for easy access and viewing
      • Groups 1 - 6 will have the iPads from 1:40 to 2:25 - Groups 7 - 12 will work on Graphic Image
      • Groups 7 - 12 will have iPads from 2:35 - 3:20 - Groups 1 - 6 will work on Graphic Image
      • link to CSB Handbook
  4. CSB ReadsHow to Win Friends and Influence PeopleHomework - this is due tomorrow at the start of class (have printed or filled out and turn in to box)
  5. CSBeast! BootCampHomework - this is due in your Synergy Dropbox by tomorrow at the start of class (250 -300 words)
    • During the 2016 Olympic Games, American Runner Abbey D'Agostino '14 collided with another athlete in the first round of the 5,000 meter event. Both fell to the track. Although injured, Abbey's first instinct was to help the other fallen athlete so they could continue to race together. Their selflessness was widely praised as the embodiment of the Olympic ideal of sportsmanship. Share a moment when kindness guided your actions. (Dartmouth)

September 12

  1. SkillsKeyboarding 3
  2. CSB Orientation
    • CSB Handbook 2017 - all DUE
      • When you are finished with your video - please put on youtube and email the link to Rogan for easy access and viewing
        • Groups 1 - 6 will have the iPads from 1:40 to 2:25 - Groups 7 - 12 will work on Global Citizen Image
        • Groups 7 - 12 will have iPads from 2:35 - 3:20 - Groups 1 - 6 will work on Global Citizen Image
  3. CSB DESIGN - Global Citizen Image
  4. CSB Me - Attribute Note cards
    • First - Put your name on the note card
    • Next - list 4 attributes - adjectives - action words to describe yourself
    • Then - list specific examples/evidence for each attribute/adjective/action word
  5. CSB ReadsHow to Win Friends and Influence PeopleHomework - this is due tomorrow at the start of class (have printed or filled out and turn in to box)
  1. CSBeast! BootCampHomework - this is due in your Synergy Dropbox by tomorrow at the start of class
    • Some say social media is superficial, with no room for expressing deep or complex ideas. We challenge you to defy these skeptics by describing yourself as fully and accurately as possible in the 140-character limit of a tweet. We would like you to use every single one of those characters. (from Wake Forest University)
      • tweet this out to @BISMedia_Crater for a treat - Twitter

September 13

  1. SkillsKeyboarding 4
  2. CSB Orientation
    • CSB Handbook 2017 - all DUE
      1. Watch Videos - youtube links
      2. Each group will share their Graphic Images
  3. CSB DESIGN - Global Citizen Image - Rogan will show how to make a brush - Sinks will show cut out tricks
  4. CSB Me - Attribute Note cards (hand in to Rogan)
    • First - Put your name on the note card
    • Next - list 4 attributes - adjectives - action words to describe yourself
    • Then - list specific examples/evidence for each attribute/adjective/action word
  5. CSB ReadsHow to Win Friends and Influence PeopleHomework - this is due tomorrow at the start of class (have printed or filled out and turn in to box)
  6. CSBeast! BootCampHomework - this is due in your Synergy Dropbox by tomorrow at the start of class
    • The late New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham once said "Fashion is the armor to survive the reality of everyday life. I don't think you could do away with it. It would be like doing away with civilization." Tell us about your "armor." (University of Chicago)

September 14

Parent Night

  1. SkillsKeyboarding 5
  2. CSB Orientation - Evaluation of team and self - word
    1. Fill out in Word - save in tri1 folder as handbook_eval
    2. Email to Rogan and Sinks - Subject: CSB Handbook Evaluation - Atttach handbook_eval Body - tell us if you would like to do more video projects
  3. CSB DESIGN - Global Citizen Image - Rogan will show how to make a brush - Sinks will show cut out tricks
  4. CSB Reads - Reflects - Reviews - H2WFAIP Padlet - if having trouble, take off the last y and retype in - should load
  5. CSB ReadsHow to Win Friends and Influence PeopleHomework - this is due tomorrow at the start of class (have printed or filled out and turn in to box)
  6. CSBeast! BootCampHomework - this is due in your Synergy Dropbox by tomorrow at the start of class
      • Let your Personal Statements tell your story. Donors are looking for reasons why they should choose you for their scholarship award. Focus on something unique about yourself!
      • Essay prompt - What are your specific educational plans and career goals and why? What inspires you to achieve them?

September 15

  1. SkillsKeyboarding 6
  2. International News w/ BBC World News and Blogger (If Blogger does not work - do as an email and have your writing in the body - Subject will be BBC World News)
    • Browse through the BBC World News site and pick an article that interests you that is not specifically about the United States - read it. After reading the article, you will give a (min) 2 sentence summary of the article (Think 5 W's) and a (min) 2 sentence opinion of what you have read. Please include your name, the title of your article and then hyperlink the title of the article.
  3. Open Lab - Assignments Due:
    1. PTT - 1st years email in
    2. All H2WFAIP Cornell Notes (7 Days worth so far)
    3. All Boot Camp Essays (7 Days worth so far)
    4. Global Citizen Image
    5. CSB Me - Attribute Note cards (turn in)
    6. Evaluation of team and self
    7. H2WFAIP Padlet - if having trouble, take off the last y and retype in - should load
  1. CSB ReadsHow to Win Friends and Influence PeopleHomework - thes are due Monday at the start of class (have printed or filled out and turn in to box) - Yes, you do 2 Cornell Notes
  2. CSBeast! BootCampHomework - this is due in your Synergy Dropbox by Monday at the start of class
    • Due Monday in the Synergy Dropbox
    • Insight Resume from Oregon State University – Respond to ALL SIX questions – limit answers to 100 words per question
      1. Leadership/Group contributions: Describe examples of your leadership experience in which you have significantly influenced others, helped resolve disputes, or contributed to group efforts over time. Consider responsibilities to initiatives taken in or out of school.
      2. Knowledge in a field/creativity: Describe any of your special interests and how you have developed knowledge in these areas. Give examples of your creativity: the ability to see alternatives; take diverse perspectives; come up with many, varied, or original ideas; or willingness to try new things.
      3. Dealing with adversity: Describe the most significant challenge you have faced and the steps you have taken to address this challenge. Include whether you turned to anyone in facing that challenge, the role that person played, and what you learned about yourself.
      4. Community service: Explain what you have done to make your community a better place to live. Give examples of specific projects in which you have been involved over time.
      5. Handling systemic challenges: Describe your experience facing or witnessing discrimination. Tell us how you responded and what you learned from those experiences and how they have prepared you to contribute to the OSU community.
      6. Goals/task commitment: Articulate the goals you have established for yourself and your efforts to accomplish these. Give at least one specific example that demonstrates your work ethic/diligence.

Week 3: September 18 – 22

September 18

DECA Boot Camp Wednesday after school

  1. SkillsKeyboarding 7
  2. Careers - Profile -- put your best one on Padlet
    • When finished, print a hard copy
  3. Careers
    • Career Interest Survey
      • Save as or Export as .png as "lastname-firstname-career-interest-infographic" in your
        CSB Tri 1 folder
      • Copy/paste the png into the Shared Drive (P) in handins/CSB/2017-18/career-infographic
  4. CSB READS - Literature: "How to Win Friends and Influence People" Cornell Notes due Wednesday
    "An Appeal That Everybody Likes", "The Movies Do It. Tv Does It. Why Don't You Do It?", & "When Nothing Else Works, Try This"

September 19

  1. SkillsKeyboarding 8
  2. Careers - Profile -- put your best one on Padlet (done no later than today please)
    • When finished, print a hard copy
  3. Careers
    • Career Interest Survey
      • Save as or Export as .png as "lastname-firstname-career-interest-infographic" in your
        CSB Tri 1 folder
      • Copy/paste the png into the Shared Drive (P) in handins/CSB/2017-18/career-infographic
  4. Careers - Profile to Resume Formatting to Resume

September 20

DECA Boot Camp after school

Help out with the Crater Foundation Awards Dinner - Oct. 14

  1. SkillsKeyboarding 9
  2. Careers
    • Career Interest Survey
      • Save as or Export as .png as "lastname-firstname-career-interest-infographic" in your
        CSB Tri 1 folder
      • Copy/paste the png into the Shared Drive (P) in handins/CSB/2017-18/career-infographic
  3. Careers - Resume
  4. CSB READS - Literature:"How to Win Friends and Influence People" Cornell Notes - Due Friday
    "If You Must Find Fault, This Is The Way To Begin", "How To Criticize - And Not Be Hated For It", and "Talk About Your Own Mistakes First"

September 21

  1. SkillsKeyboarding 10
  2. CSB Design
  3. Careers - Resume

September 22

  1. SkillsKeyboarding 11
  2. Homecoming Court Nominations
  3. Open Lab:
    1. Profile -- put your best one on Padlet
    2. Career Interest Survey
    3. Resume
    4. Powder Puff Logo 17
    5. Yearbook Cover
  4. CSBeast! Video Diary - 1 minute Reflections of your first 2 weeks in CSB (Homework)
    • Discuss thoughts, feelings, opinions about you, essays, H2WinF&IP, Boot Camp, CSB, BIS, etc.
    • Create an outline so you have some thoughts in your heads before you are recorded
    • Send to Rogan and Sinks by Sunday at midnight (either as mp4 or youtube link)
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Week 4: September 25 – 29

September 25

Rogan

  1. Skills
  2. CSB Design - Puff logo
  3. CSB Reads - H2WFAIP Final Presentation

September 26

September 27

September 28

Southern Oregon Trade Careers Expo - 9-2 @ 7 Feathers

September 29

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Week 5: October 2 – 6

October 2

October 3

PNACAC S. Oregon College Fair - SOU - 9:00 to 11:30

October 4

October 5

October 6

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Week 6: October 9 – 13

October 9

October 10

October 11r

October 12

October 13

State Inservice – No School

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Week 7: October 16 – 20

October 16

October 17

October 18

October 19

October 20

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Week 8: October 23 – 27

October 23

October 24

October 25

Parent/Teacher Conferences

October 26

Parent/Teacher Conferences

October 27

Parent/Teacher Conferences

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Week 9: October 30 – November 3

October 30

October 31

November 1

November 2

November 3

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Week 10: November 6 – 10

November 6

November 7

November 8

November 9

November 10

Veteran's Day – No School

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Week 11: November 13 – 17

November 13

November 14

November 15

November 16

November 17

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Week 12: November 20 – 24

November 20

November 21

November 22

November 23

Thanksgiving Holiday – No School

November 24

Thanksgiving Holiday – No School

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Week 13: November 27 – December 1

November 27

November 28

November 29

November 30

End of Trimester 1

December 1

Teacher Inservice – No School

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