Mabie's SAS Calendar: 2017-2018

August, 2017
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
31

Faculty Inservice
1

Faculty Inservice

2

Faculty Inservice
3

Faculty Inservice

4

Faculty Inservice
7

Faculty Inservice
8

Faculty Inservice

9

Holiday

10

Faculty Inservice

 

11

Open House from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
14 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
- Take roll and attendance
- Name cards and journals
- Free write. Read.
- Show one of my favorite YouTube videos.
- Prompt: This video has over forty million views. Why?
- Look at syllabus briefly, but most importantly how the channel works. Look at my website. Bookmark it. Look at up-coming assignments
-Show "Student Watchworthy Videos Playlist." Assignment for next class: Add one video--not more than two minutes long. Show how once video is upoloaded, in "Add Notes," you can include your name next to the submission. Model with Double Rainbow.
-Consider two exemplar picks from last semester. 
- Consider what makes videos go viral.
-Checks
-Grocery Store



15 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
- Take roll and attendance
- Name cards and journals
- Free write. Read.
- Show one of my favorite YouTube videos.
- Prompt: This video has over forty million views. Why?
- Look at syllabus briefly, but most importantly how the channel works. Look at my website. Bookmark it. Look at up-coming assignments
-Show "Student Watchworthy Videos Playlist." Assignment for next class: Add one video--not more than two minutes long. Show how once video is upoloaded, in "Add Notes," you can include your name next to the submission. Model with Double Rainbow.
-Consider two exemplar picks from last semester. 
- Consider what makes videos go viral.

-Checks
-Grocery Store

16 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: Have uploaded one "watchworthy video" to the class playlist: "1, 2 3 or 4 Watchworthy Videos 1718" for the first class. Remember to tag it with your name by adding a note (with your name).
-Attendance
-Check homework
-Begin with "Time Well Spent."
-TTW: Free write. Read.TTW Prompt. Love letter to phone or suicide note from phone.
-Look at a couple of the watch worthy videos--from what I have culled. 
-Let's talk about the idea of text, meaning and "reading." Let's reconsider our definition of this word.
-Show Brian Kennedy. Take notes.
-Show two diagnostic reads from last semester.
-Your assignment for the next class will be to offer your own "read" via YouTube to one of the watchworthy videos. It must be loaded into the appropriate playlist next class. Remember to to tag it with your name by adding a note with your name to the submission.
-Time to start working. 
-Start working with the Justine Sacco reading. 




17 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: Have uploaded one "watchworthy video" to the class playlist: "1, 2 3 or 4 Watchworthy Videos 1718" for the first class. Remember to tag it with your name by adding a note (with your name).
-Attendance
-Check homework
-Begin with "Time Well Spent."
-TTW: Free write. Read.TTW Prompt. Love letter to phone or suicide note from phone.
-Look at a couple of the watch worthy videos--from what I have culled. 
-Let's talk about the idea of text, meaning and "reading." Let's reconsider our definition of this word.
-Show Brian Kennedy. Take notes.
-Show two diagnostic reads from last semester.
-Your assignment for the next class will be to offer your own "read" via YouTube to one of the watchworthy videos. It must be loaded into the appropriate playlist next class. Remember to to tag it with your name by adding a note with your name to the submission.
-Time to start working. 
-Start working with the Justine Sacco reading.



18

Welcome Back Day




21 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: Have uploaded one critical read of a class "Watchworthy video" to the class playlist: "1, 2, 3 or 4 Student Reads of Watchworthy Videos 1718." Remember to tag it with your name by adding a note (with your name).
-Attendance 
-Free write. Read. 
-Hand out Postman. Introduce Neil Postman and his final questions. Prompt: Respond to Postman's questions in any form. Read aloud. Look at homework for Wednesday.
-Filmic techniques. Watch "Film Techniques" together. Take notes on possible effects of various techniques. Give example with Undershot Camera Angle at 1:02. After they watch their group defines one to discuss with larger group. Give minute when this happens.
-Hand out basic techniques.
-Show Pudovikin. Take notes. 
-Show Casino Long Shot (at least part).
-Time to Work. 

22 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: Have uploaded one critical read of a class "Watchworthy video" to the class playlist: "1, 2, 3 or 4 Student Reads of Watchworthy Videos 1718." Remember to tag it with your name by adding a note (with your name).
-Attendance 
-Free write. Read. 
-Hand out Postman. Introduce Neil Postman and his final questions. Prompt: Respond to Postman's questions in any form. Read aloud. Look at homework for Wednesday.
-Filmic techniques. Watch "Film Techniques" together. Take notes on possible effects of various techniques. Give example with Undershot Camera Angle at 1:02. After they watch their group defines one to discuss with larger group. Give minute when this happens.
-Hand out basic techniques.
-Show Pudovikin. Take notes. 
-Show Casino Long Shot (at least part).
-Time to Work. 

23 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
-Due: Have read closely Chapter One (pp.3-15) of Amusing Ourselves to Death.
-Also Due: Have watched the student reads playlist. 
-Attendance
-Be ready for a reading assessment on Chapter One of Postman. 
-Quickly look at the up-coming homework. 
-Hand out "We Are the Camera," to be read for next class. 
-Consider a few of the student reads. 
-Review the Appeals and Rhetorical Triangle.
-Free Write. Read.
-Prompt: Points of Discussion. Life as a performative Act. Jack White Concert experience; "Rock and Roll Lifestyle"; Pope Shots; "Stolen Camera" (poem); Pope Shots. Read Aloud.
-Time to start reading article.

 

24 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
-Due: Have read closely Chapter One (pp.3-15) of Amusing Ourselves to Death.
-Also Due: Have watched the student reads playlist. 
-Attendance
-Be ready for a reading assessment on Chapter One of Postman. 
-Quickly look at the up-coming homework. 
-Hand out "We Are the Camera," to be read for next class. 
-Consider a few of the student reads. 
-Review the Appeals and Rhetorical Triangle.
-Free Write. Read.
-Prompt: Points of Discussion. Life as a performative Act. Jack White Concert experience; "Rock and Roll Lifestyle"; Pope Shots; "Stolen Camera" (poem); Pope Shots. Read Aloud.
-Time to start reading article.

25 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: Have read "We Are the Camera," closely.
-Attendance
-Do assessment folders. Hand back reading quizzes.
-Give Homework for Thursday: Postman, Chapter 2.
-Assessment?
-With partner, lok for most important lines in article, underscore, share.
-TTW: Freewrite. Read.
-Stimuli: Pope; El Nido; Stolen Camera: Bovell; Rock and Roll Lifestyle.
TTW: Write a text message/post that is more about you than anything else--a Facebook Post, Tweet, (whatever platform that makes sense) with a message as obnoxious as possible, one that would cause people to roll their eyes in disbelief.
-Read out loud
-Tone Glossary. Create a found poem.




28 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: Have read "We Are the Camera," closely.
-Attendance
-Do assessment folders. Hand back reading quizzes.
-Give Homework for Thursday: Postman, Chapter 2.
-Assessment?
-With partner, lok for most important lines in article, underscore, share.
-TTW: Freewrite. Read.
-Stimuli: Pope; El Nido; Stolen Camera: Bovell; Rock and Roll Lifestyle.
TTW: Write a text message/post that is more about you than anything else--a Facebook Post, Tweet, (whatever platform that makes sense) with a message as obnoxious as possible, one that would cause people to roll their eyes in disbelief.
-Read out loud
-Tone Glossary. Create a found poem.


29 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
-Due: You are reading Postman, Chapter 2 for next class.
-
Attendance
-Today, Mr. Welsh will talk to us about two items: 1) how to go about doing responsible, acceptable videography that uses free, shared video and audio content; 2) basic web design software and approaches.
-If time, turn to chapter 2 of Postman. 

 
30 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
-Due: You are reading Postman, Chapter 2 for next class.
-
Attendance
-Today, Mr. Welsh will talk to us about two items: 1) how to go about doing responsible, acceptable videography that uses free, shared video and audio content; 2) basic web design software and approaches.
-If time, turn to chapter 2 of Postman. 

31 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: Have read chapter 2 of Postman (pp. 16-29) closely.
-Attendance
-Point to up-coming homework. 
-Hand back Critical Read rubrics and look at exemplars.
-Let's take a look at the up-coming Descriptive Summative Assessment and the rubric that will be used to grade it.
-Hand out storyboard exemplars and storyboard sheets. 
-Let's look at some exemplars. 
-TTW: Free write. Read aloud
Prompt: Let's briefly discuss Postman's main argument in Chapter 2 and consider technology metaphors. Respond to this argument or the list. Read aloud.
-Let's come back to Nicholas Carr, his metaphors and Socrates' take on Writing vs. Speech (as a tool). 
-(~22 minutes playlist) Discuss Socrates, Plato and allegory. Lay out the parts of the allegory in your journal. Hand out The Cave. Read. Look at animation and Matrix scenes. Consider the piece on the unconscious.
-In your journal, what are the implications for technology? Return to Postman and how technology becomes a lens (or tube, if you will) through which we see "reality." And this word leads us to our next class. 

1

Holiday




September, 2017
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

 


 

1

Holiday: Hari Raya


4

Faculty In-Service Day

 

 


5 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: Have read chapter 2 of Postman (pp. 16-29) closely.
-Attendance
-Point to up-coming homework. 
-Hand back Critical Read rubrics and look at exemplars.
-Let's take a look at the up-coming Descriptive Summative Assessment and the rubric that will be used to grade it.
-Hand out storyboard exemplars and storyboard sheets. 
-Let's look at some exemplars. 
-TTW: Free write. Read aloud
Prompt: Let's briefly discuss Postman's main argument in Chapter 2 and consider technology metaphors. Respond to this argument or the list. Read aloud.
-Let's come back to Nicholas Carr, his metaphors and Socrates' take on Writing vs. Speech (as a tool). 
-(~22 minutes playlist) Discuss Socrates, Plato and allegory. Lay out the parts of the allegory in your journal. Hand out The Cave. Read. Look at animation and Matrix scenes. Consider the piece on the unconscious.
-In your journal, what are the implications for technology? Return to Postman and how technology becomes a lens (or tube, if you will) through which we see "reality." And this word leads us to our next class. 





 





6 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
-Due: An idea and storyboard for your first 10-second descriptive product.
-Also Due: Have listened this This American Life "Human Spectacle" Podcast. 
-Attendance
-Storyboard check off.
-Look at: 10 Second Rubric; 10 Second Exemplars; Film Techniques sheet.
-Let's recall Mr. Welsh's resources (which were sent to you)
-Look at: "Film Techs"; "Framing Techs"; Pudovikin and Editing; "Internet on Film"; Casino. Take notes on these.
-Go over exemplar storyboard
-Peer Critiques of each other based on class today.
-Time to work.



7 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
-Due: An idea and storyboard for your first 10-second descriptive product.
-Also Due: Have listened this This American Life "Human Spectacle" Podcast. 
-Attendance
-Storyboard check off.
-Look at: 10 Second Rubric; 10 Second Exemplars; Film Techniques sheet.
-Let's recall Mr. Welsh's resources (which were sent to you)
-Look at: "Film Techs"; "Framing Techs"; Pudovikin and Editing; "Internet on Film"; Casino. Take notes on these.
-Go over exemplar storyboard
-Peer Critiques of each other based on class today.
-Time to work.



 



8 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: Have revised your original storyboard for your 10 Second Descriptive Piece based on the critique that was done in class.
-Attendance
- While I check revisions, three groups read three pieces: "'The Cloud' and other Dangerouos Metaphors"; Wikipedia's "Internet Metaphor"; "Making Murder Respectable'"
-Share out summary and most important points.
-Postman Metaphor sheet.
-Discussion of Metaphor: Romeo and Juliet; Sex as baseball, dance, meat market; corporate cliches and what they say.
-Packaging: Maloma and Katoka; Bovell
-Return to Watching Watchers: Pope; Cake; Stolen Camera; Sweepstakes.

 

 




11 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: Have revised your original storyboard for your 10 Second Descriptive Piece based on the critique that was done in class.
-Attendance
- While I check revisions, three groups read three pieces: "'The Cloud' and other Dangerouos Metaphors"; Wikipedia's "Internet Metaphor"; "Making Murder Respectable'"
-Share out summary and most important points.
-Postman Metaphor sheet.
-Discussion of Metaphor: Romeo and Juliet; Sex as baseball, dance, meat market; corporate cliches and what they say.
-Packaging: Maloma and Katoka: Bovell
-Return to Watching Watchers: Pope; Cake; Stolen Camera; Sweepstakes.


12 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
-Due: Have read chapters 3 and 4 in Postman. Be ready for an assessment.
-Attendance
-Hand out Sacco Piece. due in two classes.
-Consider the clock on pp. 41-44 of The Shallows to reinforce Postman and consider how the external world shapes the way we think
- "'The Cloud' and other Dangerouos Metaphors"; Wikipedia's "Internet Metaphor"; "Making Murder Respectable'"
-Share out summary and most important points.
-Postman Metaphor sheet.
-Discussion of Metaphor: Romeo and Juliet; Sex as baseball, dance, meat market; corporate cliches and what they say.
-Packaging: Maloma and Katoka: Bovell
-Return to Watching Watchers: Pope; Cake; Stolen Camera; Sweepstakes.




13 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
-Due: Have read chapters 3 and 4 in Postman. Be ready for an assessment.
-Attendance
-Hand out Sacco Piece. due in two classes.
-Consider the clock on pp. 41-44 of The Shallows to reinforce Postman and consider how the external world shapes the way we think
- "'The Cloud' and other Dangerouos Metaphors"; Wikipedia's "Internet Metaphor"; "Making Murder Respectable'"
-Share out summary and most important points.
-Postman Metaphor sheet.
-Discussion of Metaphor: Romeo and Juliet; Sex as baseball, dance, meat market; corporate cliches and what they say.
-Packaging: Maloma and Katoka: Bovell
-Return to Watching Watchers: Pope; Cake; Stolen Camera; Sweepstakes.

14 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: Your 10-Second Descriptive Summative Assessment is loaded into the appropriate playlist on YouTube.
-Also Due: All supporting materials that show the depth of your thinking, as well as revisions, for the 10 Second Descriptive piece.

-Attendance
-Collect Supplemental work.
-Go over 3 and 4 in Postman.
-Work with "Allegory of the Cave" i. sketch, ii, equate, iii. discuss.
-Look at clips: The Cave; the Matrix; Freud. 


15 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: Your 10-Second Descriptive Summative Assessment is loaded into the appropriate playlist on YouTube.
-Also Due: All supporting materials that show the depth of your thinking, as well as revisions, for the 10 Second Descriptive piece.

-Attendance
-Collect Supplemental work.
-Go over 3 and 4 in Postman.
-Work with "Allegory of the Cave" i. sketch, ii, equate, iii. discuss.
-Look at clips: The Cave; the Matrix; Freud. 


18 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: Have read the NYT article on Justine Sacco.
-Attendance
-Let's briefly consider Enlightenment thinker Jeremy Bentham's Panopticon
-This can be funny. Consider the McDonald's clip. Show Kimmel as well.
-Show reaction to Kimmel.
-This has a dark side as well. Show Steubenville video.
-Prompt: Draft, double-spaced, for ten minutes. Read out loud.
-Show the last clip of The Truman Show. Is this even possible?
-Freud
-Read the Gilbey's Gin Image. Write down the denotative facts. 



 

19 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: Have read the NYT article on Justine Sacco.
-Attendance
-Let's briefly consider Enlightenment thinker Jeremy Bentham's Panopticon
-This can be funny. Consider the McDonald's clip. Show Kimmel as well.
-Show reaction to Kimmel.
-This has a dark side as well. Show Steubenville video.
-Prompt: Draft, double-spaced, for ten minutes. Read out loud.
-Show the last clip of The Truman Show. Is this even possible?
-Freud
-Read the Gilbey's Gin Image. Write down the denotative facts. 

20 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
-Due: Have read thoroughly the Atlantic article, is Facebook making us Lonely?"
-Also Due: Have filled out the Student Reflection Slips on the 10 Second Descriptive Products for each of your peers. Be sure that you have circled "I'm with you" or "I'm confused" for each piece. Be sure you have jotted down a tonal response for each one as well. Make sure that you have cut the sheets into strips so that they can be easily distributed to each student today.
-Attendance
-Feedback activity with 10 Second Descriptive pieces.
-Quick reflections on the Facebook article
-John Oliver and "Peeple," Steubenville and Truman. 
-An introduction to Freud, his tripartite consciousness and sexual stages.
- Gilbey's Gin Image
-Advertising techniques. 

21 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
-Due: Have read thoroughly the Atlantic article, is Facebook making us Lonely?"

-Also Due: Have filled out the Student Reflection Slips on the 10 Second Descriptive Products for each of your peers. Be sure that you have circled "I'm with you" or "I'm confused" for each piece. Be sure you have jotted down a tonal response for each one as well. Make sure that you have cut the sheets into strips so that they can be easily distributed to each student today.
-Attendance
-Feedback activity with 10 Second Descriptive pieces.
-Quick reflections on the Facebook article
-John Oliver and "Peeple," Steubenville and Truman. 
-An introduction to Freud, his tripartite consciousness and sexual stages.
- Gilbey's Gin Image
-Advertising techniques.

22 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: You are actively reading Postman Chapter 5 for next class.
-Also Due: You have worked on generating some ideas for your next summative assessment: A 30 Second Advertisement/PSA or a persusive website.
-
Attendance
-Brainstorm and begin storyboarding/webbing for the 30 Second Advertisement/PSA or a persuasive website
-Time to reread, annotate and prepare for the Postman Chapter 5 reading assessment next class.


25 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: You are actively reading Postman Chapter 5 for next class.
-Also Due: You have worked on generating some ideas for your next summative assessment: A 30 Second Advertisement/PSA or a persusive website.
-
Attendance
-Brainstorm and begin storyboarding/webbing for the 30 Second Advertisement/PSA or a persuasive website
-Time to reread, annotate and prepare for the Postman Chapter 5 reading assessment next class.




26 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: Have read Postman Chapter 5 for today. Be ready for a summative reading assessment.
-Attendance
-Postman Chapter 5 assessment.
-Finish our consideration of surveillance.

 

 




27 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: Have read Postman Chapter 5 for today. Be ready for a summative reading assessment.
-Attendance
-Postman Chapter 5 assessment.
-Finish our consideration of surveillance.

 


28 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: have listened to the podcast "Program or Be Programmed," by Douglas Rushkoff
-Attendance
-Hand out the new list of Graphic Design and other devices to concern yourself with.
-Ad playlist; Freud; Gilbey's; Advertising History and Techniques


29 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: have listened to the podcast "Program or Be Programmed," by Douglas Rushkoff
-Attendance
-Hand out the new list of Graphic Design and other devices to concern yourself with.
-Ad playlist; Freud; Gilbey's; Advertising History and Techniques

 




October, 2017
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
2 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
-Due: Have watched the documentary The Merchants of Cool, which can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWGWfE4CRD8&t=19s
-Attendance
-Work with the Ad playlist; Freud; Gilbey's; Advertising History and Techniques


3 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
--Due: Have watched the documentary The Merchants of Cool, which can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWGWfE4CRD8&t=19s
-Attendance
-Work with the Ad playlist; Freud; Gilbey's; Advertising History and Techniques


 



4 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: a robust draft of a storyboard or a web that shares your initial idea for an advertisement/PSA or website. It should include a short rationale as to what you are doing and why you are trying to do it.
-Attendance
-Let's look at the Kiva Discussion Descriptionand the MMYT Kiva Discussion Rubric and consider how you can prepare.
-Time to work and consult.

 

5 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: a robust draft of a storyboard or a web that shares your initial idea for an advertisement/PSA or website. It should include a short rationale as to what you are doing and why you are trying to do it.
-Attendance
-Let's look at the Kiva Discussion Descriptionand the MMYT Kiva Discussion Rubric and consider how you can prepare.
-Time to work and consult.

 

 




6 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
-Due: you are actively working on your advertisement/PSA or website with your group.
-
Attendance
-Teach Rhetorical Triangle.
-Dove ads 
-Logorama 
-Native Advertising.
-Advertising playlist.
-Practice Kiva.

 




9 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
-Due: you are actively working on your advertisement/PSA or website with your group.
-
Attendance
-Teach Rhetorical Triangle.
-Dove ads 
-Logorama 
-Native Advertising.
-Advertising playlist.
-Practice Kiva.

10 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: Final product for Summative Assessment #2. If it is an advertisment, it is loaded in the appropriate playlist. If it is a website, you have e-mailed me the link. It should also be available through dropbox. 
-Attendance
-Collect final supplementary work for Summative #2.
-Look at ad list.
-Practice the kiva.

 


11 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: Final product for Summative Assessment #2. If it is an advertisment, it is loaded in the appropriate playlist. If it is a website, you have e-mailed me the link. It should also be available through dropbox. 
-Attendance
-Collect final supplementary work for Summative #2.
-Look at ad list.
-Practice the kiva.

 

 

12 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
-Due: Be ready for your Kiva Summative Assessment.
-Attendance
-Kiva.

 




13 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
-Due: Be ready for your Kiva Summative Assessment.
-Attendance
-Kiva.







16

Fall Break



17

Fall Break

 


18

Fall Break

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Fall Break



20

Fall Break

 




23 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
-Attendance
-Let's look at the Kiva Discussion Description and the MMYT Kiva Discussion Rubric and consider how you can prepare.
-Let's practice with Logorama and Native Advertising.


 

24 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
-Attendance
-Let's look at the Kiva Discussion Description and the MMYT Kiva Discussion Rubric and consider how you can prepare.
-Let's practice with Logorama and Native Advertising.

 

25

Testing and Interim Semester Meetings.




26 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
-Due: Have read Postman Chapter 7 "Now...This"
-Also Due: Be sure that you have watch the Dave Isay TedTalk (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKHk_UiQboA) 

Be Sure to tape today for students not here.
-Attendance
- Look at homework for next class.
-StoryCorp Exposition/Narration Summative. Look at DIY questions, description, rubric and schedule
-Final Project. Discuss the assignment, look at rubric and look at exemplars of Final Project. Urge them to hold off on final ideas until we get beyond exposition and narrative.

 


27 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
-Due: Have read Postman Chapter 7 "Now...This"
-Also Due: Be sure that you have watch the Dave Isay TedTalk (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKHk_UiQboA) 

Be Sure to tape today for students not here.
-Attendance
- Look at homework for next class.
-StoryCorp Exposition/Narration Summative. Look at DIY questions, description, rubric and schedule
-Final Project. Discuss the assignment, look at rubric and look at exemplars of Final Project. Urge them to hold off on final ideas until we get beyond exposition and narrative.

 

 


30 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 &2)
- Due: In a Googledoc that you share with me in your dropbox, provide the full name of the subject whom you will interview for the StoryCorp Assessment. Along with this you need to turn in the signed permission sheet.

-Also Due: Have read and interacted with the following New York Times article on Police Body Cams: (http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/04/01/us/police-bodycam-video.html?_r+0&_r=0)
-Also Also Due: Have watched the attached New York Times Retrospective on the McDonalds hot coffee incident: (http://www.nytimes.com/video/us/100000002507537/scalded-by-coffee-then-news-media.html)
-Attendance
-While they read, I briefly meet with individuals over their StoryCorps choices.
-TTW: Work with WoTW.
-Move to playlist with the news (yellow journalism; sensationalism; Snider; Willians; O'Reilly)

 

 

31 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 &4)
- Due: In a Googledoc that you share with me in your dropbox, provide the full name of the subject whom you will interview for the StoryCorp Assessment. Along with this you need to turn in the signed permission sheet.
-Also Due: Have read and interacted with the following New York Times article on Police Body Cams: (http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/04/01/us/police-bodycam-video.html?_r+0&_r=0)
-Also Also Due: Have watched the attached New York Times Retrospective on the McDonalds hot coffee incident: (http://www.nytimes.com/video/us/100000002507537/scalded-by-coffee-then-news-media.html)
-Attendance
-While they read, I briefly meet with individuals over their StoryCorps choices.
-TTW: Work with WoTW.
-Move to playlist with the news (yellow journalism; sensationalism; Snider; Willians; O'Reilly)

 

 

 














November, 2017
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

 


 

 

1 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: In the Google Drive dropbox (so that I can access it through Teacherdashboard), provide your StoryCorp interview questions and follow-up questions (follow-up questions in red; provide the time and place for this interview as well.
-Also Due: Have signed and be ready to turn in the StoryCorp Interviewee permission slip. 

-Attendance
-Talk about composing your interviews thoughtfully, so that they can be used well in your final product.
-Narrative today. One Minute stories; Vonnegut; Cind. 2.0; Seven Basic Plots; Narrative Terms, Theme.


 



2 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: In the Google Drive dropbox (so that I can access it through Teacherdashboard), provide your StoryCorp interview questions and follow-up questions (follow-up questions in red; provide the time and place for this interview as well.
-Also Due: Have signed and be ready to turn in the StoryCorp Interviewee permission slip. 

-Attendance
-Talk about composing your interviews thoughtfully, so that they can be used well in your final product.
-Narrative today. One Minute stories; Vonnegut; Cind. 2.0; Seven Basic Plots; Narrative Terms, Theme.




3 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: Have loaded audio and video footage into the dropbox so that I can access it through Teacher Dashboard.
-Attendance
-Paul Welsh will be speaking to you today about how you can package these StoryCorps projects effectively so that the style relates to the content.


6 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: Have loaded audio and video footage into the dropbox so that I can access it through Teacher Dashboard.
-Attendance
-Paul Welsh will be speaking to you today about how you can package these StoryCorps projects effectively so that the style relates to the content.

7 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
-Also Due: a working draft of your StoryCorp script and multimodal presentation in the dropbox.
-Attendance
-Exposition terms
-Finish with values and themes.
-Time to work



8 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
-Also Due: a working draft of your StoryCorp script and multimodal presentation in the dropbox.
-Attendance
-Exposition terms
-Finish with values and themes.
-Time to work



9 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: Final Draft of your StoryCorp script and multimodal presentation.
-
Attendance
-I check drafts.
Students practice the entire presentation through at least three times with different partners and give each other formative feedback.

 


10 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: Final Draft of your StoryCorp script and multimodal presentation.
-
Attendance
-I check drafts.
Students practice the entire presentation through at least three times with different partners and give each other formative feedback.

 



13 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: Summatvie Assessment: StoryCorp Presentations are Due. Be ready to go with the multimodal presentation. Have dressed appropriately for it. Hand in all of your preproduction work. Within one day after the presentation, have uploaded to the appropriate YouTube playlist the completed presentation. Also, have uploaded to the StoryCorp website the raw audio interview if you are going to take advantage of that as well.
-Attendance
Presenters for Class 1A:
1. Margie
2. Swe
3. Connor H.
4. Louisa
5. Serena

Presenters for Class 2A:
1. Jade
2. Jeffrey
3. Jiji
4. Suebin
5. Andrew






14 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: Summatvie Assessment: StoryCorp Presentations are Due. Be ready to go with the multimodal presentation. Have dressed appropriately for it. Hand in all of your preproduction work. Within one day after the presentation, have uploaded to the appropriate YouTube playlist the completed presentation. Also, have uploaded to the StoryCorp website the raw audio interview if you are going to take advantage of that as well.
-Attendance
Presenters for Class 3B:
1. Sydney
2. Shaynan
3. Tarini
4. Chang
5. Renee

Presenters for Class 4B:
1. Taran
2. Skylar
3. Kat
4. Migs
5. Raymon

15 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: Summatvie Assessment: StoryCorp Presentations are Due. Be ready to go with the multimodal presentation. Have dressed appropriately for it. Hand in all of your preproduction work. Within one day after the presentation, have uploaded to the appropriate YouTube playlist the completed presentation. Also, have uploaded to the StoryCorp website the raw audio interview if you are going to take advantage of that as well.
-Attendance
Presenters for Class 2A:
6. Evan
7. Julia
8. Kenzo
9. Crystal
10. Collin


Presenters for Class 1A:
6. Amid
7. Alex
8. Annie
9. Erin
10. Vishant
11.
Sabrina


16 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: Summatvie Assessment: StoryCorp Presentations are Due. Be ready to go with the multimodal presentation. Have dressed appropriately for it. Hand in all of your preproduction work. Within one day after the presentation, have uploaded to the appropriate YouTube playlist the completed presentation. Also, have uploaded to the StoryCorp website the raw audio interview if you are going to take advantage of that as well.
-Attendance
Presenters for Class 3B:
6. Rishab
7. Ryan Jung
8. Jack
9. Sawyer
10. Ryan Walker
11. Ayush

Presenters for Class 4B:
6. Yash
7. Brooke
8. James Park
9. Avi
10. Katie
11. Georgia





17 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: Summatvie Assessment: StoryCorp Presentations are Due. Be ready to go with the multimodal presentation. Have dressed appropriately for it. Hand in all of your preproduction work. Within one day after the presentation, have uploaded to the appropriate YouTube playlist the completed presentation. Also, have uploaded to the StoryCorp website the raw audio interview if you are going to take advantage of that as well.
-Attendance
Presenters for Class 1A:
12. Isaac
13. Madison
14. Caeleb
15. Connor L.
16. Conrad
17. Marcos

Presenters for Class 2A:
11. Bob
12. Celery
13. Gabby
14. Chloe
15. Takeru



 




20 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: Summatvie Assessment: StoryCorp Presentations are Due. Be ready to go with the multimodal presentation. Have dressed appropriately for it. Hand in all of your preproduction work. Within one day after the presentation, have uploaded to the appropriate YouTube playlist the completed presentation. Also, have uploaded to the StoryCorp website the raw audio interview if you are going to take advantage of that as well.
-Attendance
Presenters for Class 3B:
12. Jenny
13. Prakrit
14. John
15. Louis
16. Jacqueline
17. Maggie

Presenters for Class 4B:
12. Kilani
13. Sarah R.
14. Griffin
15. James S.
16. Ryan
17. Matthew



21 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: Summatvie Assessment: StoryCorp Presentations are Due. Be ready to go with the multimodal presentation. Have dressed appropriately for it. Hand in all of your preproduction work. Within one day after the presentation, have uploaded to the appropriate YouTube playlist the completed presentation. Also, have uploaded to the StoryCorp website the raw audio interview if you are going to take advantage of that as well.
-Attendance
Presenters for Class 2A:
16. Kevin
17. James
18. Eric
19. Felipe

Presenters for Class 1A:
18. Ryan
19. Josh
20. Niels
21. Nathan
22. Sahil


22 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: Summatvie Assessment: StoryCorp Presentations are Due. Be ready to go with the multimodal presentation. Have dressed appropriately for it. Hand in all of your preproduction work. Within one day after the presentation, have uploaded to the appropriate YouTube playlist the completed presentation. Also, have uploaded to the StoryCorp website the raw audio interview if you are going to take advantage of that as well.
-Attendance
Presenters for Class 3B:
18. Matthew
19. Sam
20. Eugene
21. Oliva
22. Lucas

Presenters for Class 4B:
18. Jacky
19. Sarah Fife
20. Amiya
21. Eric
22. Aleem


23

Thanksgiving Holiday

24

Thanksgiving Hoiday

27 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
-Attendance
-Documentaries and political packaging
-Return StoryCorps rubrics.

 



28 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
-Attendance
-Documentaries and political packaging
-Return StoryCorps rubrics.



 


29 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due Have read Postman's Chapter 9: Reach out and Elect Someone."
-Politics and national narratives.


30 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due Have read Postman's Chapter 9: Reach out and Elect Someone."
-Politics and national narratives.



December, 2017
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

 

 











 



 



 

1 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Due: Have read the excerpt from The Circle.
-A Multimodal Reading Exercise.






4 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Due: Have read the excerpt from The Circle.
-A Multimodal Reading Exercise.

 




5 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
-Due: Have read thoroughly the Chapter from Nicolas Carr's The Shallows on AI: "A Thing Like Me."
-AI playlist




6 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
-Due: Have read thoroughly the Chapter from Nicolas Carr's The Shallows on AI: "A Thing Like Me."
-AI playlist

 



7 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
-Attendance
-A film

 

8 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
-Attendance
-A film




 

11 (Day C)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
-Attendance
-A film


12 (Day D)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
-Attendance
-A film



13 (Day A)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (1 & 2)
Today we will look at kiva stimulus playlist and begin preparring for the kiva.



14 (Day B)

Reading, Writing and Publishing in a Digital World (3 & 4)
Today we will look at kiva stimulus playlist and begin preparring for the kiva.


15

Exams
8:00-9:30 (A1)

10:30-12:00 (A2)


18

Exams
8:00-9:30 (B1)

10:30-12:00 (B2)
19

Exams
8:00-9:30 (A3)

10:30-12:00 - (A4)

20

Exams
8:00-9:30 - (B3)

10:30-12:00 (B4)
21

12:00 Faculty Lunch

End of Semester One

No School For Students

22

Holiday

Winter Break
25

Holiday

Winter Break
26

Holiday

Winter Break
27

Holiday

Winter Break
28

Holiday

Winter Break
29

Holiday

Winter Break

January, 2018
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
1

Holiday

Winter Break

2

Holiday

Winter Break

3

Holiday

Winter Break

4

Holiday

Winter Break

5

Holiday

Winter Break
8

Holiday

Winter Break

9

Holiday

Winter Break

 

10

Holiday

Winter Break

11

Holiday

Winter Break

12

Holiday

Winter Break

15 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)


16 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 

17 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

18 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 




19

Eagle Day.

22 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)


23 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 

24 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)


25 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)



26 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

 


29 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 



30 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)



31 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)


 

 


 



February, 2018
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

 

 

 


 

 


 



 



 

1 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 





2 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 



 


5 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 



 

6 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 

 

 

7 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

 

 

 

 

8

Interim Semester


 

9

Interim Semester


12

Interim Semester

13

Interim Semester

14

Interim Semester

15

Interim Semester


16

Interim Semester


19

Holiday

Chinese New Year

20

Faculty In-Service Day

21 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 

22 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

 

 

 

23 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 

 

26 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)



 

27 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)



 

28 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)


 

 

 

 

 


March, 2018
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

 



 





 


1 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 



2 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)


5 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 


 

6 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

7 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 


8 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 


9 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)



12 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

 

13 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 



14 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

 

 

15 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 



16 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 




19 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)




 

20 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

21 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 

 

22 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

 

23 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 

 

26

Holiday (Spring Break)

 

 


27

Holiday (Spring Break)


 

 


28

Holiday (Spring Break)

 



29

Holiday (Spring Break)

 



30

Holiday (Spring Break)



April, 2018
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
2 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)


 

 



3 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)


 

 

4 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)


 

 

5 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 

 

 

 

6 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

 

9 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 

 

10 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)


 

11 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 

 

 

12 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 


13 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 


16 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

17 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 

 

 

 

18 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

 

 

19 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 


 


 

20 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)


23 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

24 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

25 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

26 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

27 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

30 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

 



 

 

 

 




 

 

 

 


 

 

 





 

 

 

 

May, 2018
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

 

 

 

1

Holiday

 


2 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)



 

 

3 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)


 

 


4 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 

 


7 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)


8 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 



9 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

 


 




 

10 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)


 


11 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

14 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)



 

 


 

15 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)



 


16 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)



 

17 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

 

18 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 

 

 

21 (Day C)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 

 





22 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 


 




23 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 



24 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 


25 (Day C)
Exams
8:00-9:30 ........................Speech I (A3)

10:30-12:00 ....................Speech 2 (A4)

 

 

 



28 (Day D)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)

 

29 (Day A)

Holiday: Vesak Day





30 (Day A)

Speech Communciation
(1 & 2)

 




 


31 (Day B)

Speech Communciation
(3 & 4)









June, 2018
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Exams
8:00-9:30 ........................Speech I (A3)

10:30-12:00 ....................Speech 2 (A4)

4

Exams
8:00-9:30 ................(B3)

10:30-12:00 ........... (B4)

5

Exams
8:00-9:30 ................................ (A1)

10:30-12:00 --------------------(A2)

6

Exams
8:00-9:30 -----------------------(B1)

10:30-12:00 ..............................(B2)

7

No School for kids

Commencement 4:30

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scattergories

 

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