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Lesson I - Board Game Project

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Lesson I.1

 

Warm-Up I.1: 

Take Quiz on Following Directions.

 

Classwork I.1:

 

Review the purpose of following directions

Play board games

Talk about what makes board games fun

 

Homework I.1:

Using the following 3 articles, compose 3 pages of notes and draft an argumentative essay by Friday:

Facts About Fluoride and Water Fluoridation.pdf

'How Bad For The Environment Can Throwing Away One Plastic Bottle Be_' 30 Million People Wonder.pdf

Study_ Bottled Water No Safer Than Tap Water - ABC News.pdf

      

 

NxGCSOs:

Argumentative:

ELA.8.W.C9.1

ELA.8.W.C10.1

ELA.8.W.C11.2

 

 


 

 

Lesson I.2

 

Warm-Up I.2:  

     Mr. Doyle invented a new game, it is called "Sport."  In Sport, you have a ball, a field, there are no rules, and everybody wins.  Explain to Mr. Doyle why nobody wants to play his game.

 

Classwork I.2:

 

Review the purpose of following directions

Play board games

Talk about how rules make games fun

 

Homework I.2:

Using the following 3 articles, compose 3 pages of notes and draft an argumentative essay by Friday:

Facts About Fluoride and Water Fluoridation.pdf

'How Bad For The Environment Can Throwing Away One Plastic Bottle Be_' 30 Million People Wonder.pdf

Study_ Bottled Water No Safer Than Tap Water - ABC News.pdf 

 

 

NxGCSOs:

Argumentative:

ELA.8.W.C9.1

ELA.8.W.C10.1

ELA.8.W.C11.2

 

 


 

 

Lesson I.3

 

Warm-Up I.3:  

     How do you feel about Fluoride?  If you don't have any feelings on Fluoride, write 5-8 sentences explaining how you're going to finish your homework for Friday, without having worked on it the past two days.  Itemize what you'll be doing each day to get done on time.

 

Classwork I.3:

 

Discuss game playing, what makes games into games?

Begin to create games, currently using http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/lesson-docs/NovelBoardGameRubric.pdf as a rubric.

Games may be based on a novel, WV History, or something in Science.

Each INDIVIDUAL student will make their own game

Topics must be approved of before work begins

Off task students will be given alternative assignments

     

    Homework I.3:

    Using the following 3 articles, compose 3 pages of notes and draft an argumentative essay by Friday:

    Facts About Fluoride and Water Fluoridation.pdf

    'How Bad For The Environment Can Throwing Away One Plastic Bottle Be_' 30 Million People Wonder.pdf

    Study_ Bottled Water No Safer Than Tap Water - ABC News.pdf 

     

     

    NxGCSOs:

    Argumentative:

    ELA.8.W.C9.1

    ELA.8.W.C10.1

    ELA.8.W.C11.2

     

     


     

     

    Lesson I.4

     

    Warm-Up I.4:  

     

    How will you sell your board game, and who will you sell it to?  How will you advertise it?  Write a paragraph explaining these things.

     

    Classwork I.4:

     

    Work on Board Games

     

    Homework I.4:

     

    Using the following 3 articles, compose 3 pages of notes and draft an argumentative essay by Friday:

    Facts About Fluoride and Water Fluoridation.pdf

    'How Bad For The Environment Can Throwing Away One Plastic Bottle Be_' 30 Million People Wonder.pdf

    Study_ Bottled Water No Safer Than Tap Water - ABC News.pdf 

     

     

    NxGCSOs:

    Argumentative:

    ELA.8.W.C9.1

    ELA.8.W.C10.1

    ELA.8.W.C11.2

     

     


     

     

    Lesson I.5

     

    Warm-Up I.5:  

         How are your time management skills?  From this week, how have you felt your ability to monitor your own homework has been demonstrated?  Are you ready for high school?  Write a paragraph explaining your answer.

     

    Classwork I.5:

     

    Finish Board Games.  If board games aren't doing to be done today, students may be given an extension, depending on their discipline and behavior this week. 

     

    Closure I.5:

         Staple homework and warm-ups together, put your name, date, and class period on both sides of every sheet.  Turn sheets into your class section.

     

    NxGCSOs:

    Argumentative:

    ELA.8.W.C9.1

    ELA.8.W.C10.1

    ELA.8.W.C11.2

     

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