HHS Lions Friday May 20, 2010 Woodward

Art I- Last day of school

Art III- Last day of school

Art History- Last day of school

* only 1-3 students attended each class (no students attended 6th hour).

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first hour- Government- Students getting check-out sheets signed.  Government Jeopardy Friday.

second hour-U.S. History- Students participated in Music History of the U.S. ( 20 questions).

fourth hour- Democracy- Jeopardy Friday

fifth hour- U.S. History- American History Flash Cards

sixth hour-Alt.Ed.

seventh hour-Alt.Ed.

Today I helped with last-minute details for the Awards Assembly.  I met with NHS students to finalize the officer election run-off.  I also talked with Mrs. Cross about next year’s G/T programming.  HS Awards Assembly at 10:45.  After lunch, I did a brief presentation about SMARTBoard usage for Mrs. Parks, worked with a 7th grade student, and helped a 2nd grade student with his class presentation on his Flat Project.  Mostly, I am trying to get everything squared away for summer and ready for next year!

HHS Lions May 19-20, 2010 Woodward

Art I-  Semester tests were given Wednesday (2nd and 6th hour). We also went over the semester test in all classes.  Students saw their grade for the test.

Pass Objectives: 1.1, 1.2, 2.1, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 4.2, 4.3

Art III-   We went over the semester test.  Students saw their grade for the test.

Pass Objectives: 1.1, 1.2, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 4.2, 4.3

Art History- Semester tests were given Wednesday.  Thursday students attended an awards ceremony.

Pass Objectives: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5

*Exemption Day Wednesday May 19

*Awards Ceremony Thursday May 20

Reading and Language ArtsMontigue on the High Seas Day 3 PASS– listen/ask questions for understanding, speak articulately/audibly, use verbal/nonverbal communication, read high-frequency irregularly-spelled words fluently, use prereading strategies, spell words with irregular spelling patterns, demonstrate awareness of sounds, use short/long/r-controlled vowels, spell correctly words with various vowel patterns, identify cause/effect relationships, listen/ask questions for understanding, expand vocabulary by listening to/reading texts.

Math– We reviewed the concepts of time, money, and double-digit addition and subtraction.

In the afternoon after the math lesson, I allowed the children to watch a movie.

first hour- Government- Handed out Mind Bender consumable, Letter Tiles information dealing with Social Darwinism.

second hour- U.S. History- Handed out word scramble

fourth hour- Democracy- Awards Assembly

fifth hour-U.S. History- Handed out word scramble.  Twenty questions over people in history.

sixth hour-Alt.Ed.

seventh hour-Alt.Ed.

2nd Hour – Fund. Admin. Tech:  Semester test.

3rd Hour – Accounting I:  Practiced 10-key.  The students loved it and enjoyed challenging each other to races!

4th Hour – Personal Financial Literacy: Semester test.

5th Hour – Accounting II: All students were exempt.  I had yearbook staff in my classroom trying to get end of year activities in the yearbook.

6th Hour – Yearbook:     Graduation practice

7th Hour – Fund. Admin. Tech: One student needed to make up the Semester test.  All other students had fun creating a power point about the past school year and summer plans.