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y mondayDECEMBER 3, 2018   

  • TOPIC: FINDING YOUR COLLEGE FIT
  • Click on the website above,
  • Go to the two selective searches.
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  • Click on them and explore your answers.
  • Open an Account and Create your own roadmap
  • Ths will save all your planning activities.
  • We will use this information all week

 

 

 

 

y wednesDECEMBER 5, 2018

Tutoring

 

 

y thursDECEMBER 6, 2018

  • Today we will be doing our service projects.
 

y fridayNOVEMBER 16, 2018

 

Today is C CLUB DAY

 

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Directions: Read the article. CLICK HERE FOR THE LINK. When you finish, answer the questions on your handout using complete sentences. Turn it in to the sub when done. 

 

 

 

 

y tuesNOVEMBER 5, 2018

  • TOPIC: Service Learning
  • OCTOBER is "Service Learning Monthfair clipart school fair 9

 

  • Let's plan  a "Studaent Fair Day."? We could have activities .. different stations.. throwing pennies in a jar... picking up bottles.. Spoons fill of water etc.. you pick a few and then we will make a proposal for the principal for what we wnat to do.. research different activities,
  • LET'S DO IT!
  • TO DO:
  •  Break into teams of two. Pick an activity you would like to lead on "Field Day." You can use the link below for ideas., Write a short blub about how the activity will be done and make a list of materials needed.

  • When I come back next week we will present the idea to Ms. Derr.
  • Look at this link - Here is a link you may find useful.
  • Here is a POSTER TEMPLATE YOU MIGHT WANT TO USE.
 

y wednesNOVEMBER 7- 8, 2018y thurs

  • TOPIC: Professionalismprofessional qualified
  • OCTOBER is "Career Month"
  • What is professionalism.
    - Give examples
    - Why is it important to act professional?
  • With your table partners, act out a scenario that shows both examples of professional behavior and non-professional behavior.
  • What does 
    -Ethics
    -Integrity and
    -Respect
    have to do with professionalism?
  • How can you practice professionalism?

 

https://youtu.be/NdqxoKE1Ki4

Transcript

- LEC is closed on Monday, November 12.  CCCC classes are still happening.

- The LEC Cheer Squad Yard Sale is being held on Saturday, November 17 in our own LEC parking lot from 7AM to 2PM.  If you or friends or family have ANY items that you would be willing or able to donate to our Fundraiser event, that would be FANTASTIC!  Your trash is our TREASURE.  Our goal is to $ell items from $0.25 to $20+.  Mr. Lockard is collecting any contributions.  Proceeds from the yard sale go to the Cheer Squad to purchase "real" poms & practice mats.

- LEC is marching in the Sanford Christmas Parade on Monday, Dec. 3rd.  Cheer Squad will be leading our group as we 'celebrate' our Three Consecutive Years as a Grade "A" school.  Wear school colors or holiday-themed attire and show Sanford why we are so proud to "Be LEC.”  Be on LIVE TV as well! Get permission slips from your advisor, the front office, or Mr. Lockard.  Signed slips need to be returned by Tuesday, November 20 (before Thanksgiving Break).

- AVID Family Night is Tuesday, December 4th from 5-7 in the LEC building. The AVID students will be presenting their projects. All friends and family of LEC are invited to attend!

 

y friday NOVEMBER 9, 2018

a club

 

 

 

HAPPY HALLOWEEN YOU ALL!
CAN A COUPLE OF YOU GO SEE MS. DERR ABOUT A POSSIBLE DATE AND PERMISSION TO DO THE SCHOOL FAIR. THIS WILL GIVE US TIME TO MAKE POSTERS ETC...

 

INSTRUCTIONS: IN THEME WITH THE HOLIDAY, PLEASE DO THE FOLLOWING ...

You Creative Writing prompt is an October short story. It is fall. A time for pumpkins, ghosts, and spooky stories--and you will be writing your own short story centered on Fall and/or Halloween, ghosts, goblins, colorful leaves, cold weather and other natural/supernatural happenings.

Your story may take the following forms:
-A story
-A poem
-A comic strip

You may type  or hand-write your story. If you type, please know that everything you do through your school account and/or school computer gets screened through a system. If disturbing content is detected, the system sends Ms. Jackson an email.

If you type, please share your creation with me: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you hand-write, please hand your creation to the substitute. 

 

 y thurs  NOVEMBER 1, 2018 

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Please visit the following website. It has ideas for service projects. The two I thought woulb be good are the minutes for soldiers and the superheroes. We have a lot of awesome artists in our class. Look through the different projects and make a decision on one you would like to do. I will see you on Monday and we will debrief. Love and miss yo all.

 

 y friday NOVEMBER 2, 2018 

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 y tuesOCTOBER 23 - 25, 2018 y thurs

I most likely will be in to see you today. I will be out for another two weeks; however, I want to catch up on what you have been doing. By now you should have decided on the games for the school Fair activity day. You should have identified what is a community and made the poster. 


IMPORTNT: Spirit week is October 29th - November 2. Please take the survey.  Fill out this form.

Prom: Please use this link to vote on prom theme.

NEW TOPIC: "Pay It Forward"
Please watch this video: CLICK HERE

You will:

my dream is

  • define serial reciprocity (paying it forward).
  • view a movie or movie clips and discuss characters and concepts related to the impact of paying it forward.
  • brainstorm and investigate social issues that they can address in their communities and world.
  • take action through service and social activism.
  • design and implement a campaign to raise awareness of a chosen issue of importance.

 

VOCABULARY:

service: to provide a community or organization with something that it needs

donate: to give or present something, especially to a charitable organization or other good cause

paying it forward: the concept of asking that a good turn be repaid by having it done to others

social activism: an intentional action to bring about social, political, economic, or environmental change. It can take a wide range of forms from writing letters to newspapers or politicians, political campaigning, economic activism such as boycotts or preferentially patronizing businesses, rallies, street marches, strikes, sit-ins and hunger strikes.

WHAT YOU WILL DO NEXT:

You will think of a slogan or motto that you can give your campaign that will engage interests and deliver the message that they are trying to convey to their peers and the community. Once the slogan is chosen,  write a simple individual pledge of service related to the chosen issue/slogan on the card the sub will give you.

Take paper from the back of the room and  make a  "banner."

Write the chosen slogan in large letters in the center of the banner, and then each student can hang their individual pledge statement to the banner.

 
 
THINGS of INTERESTspiritweek 011
 
SAC had a late start this year in getting ready for Spirit Week, so I wanted to make sure students know what the days are before it begins! Will you please announce the following days in your 9th & 10th grade advisories and ACT Prep classes? The advisory and/or ACT Prep class that has the most participation (based on percentage) next week will win a special prize! 
 
Monday - Pajama Day
Tuesday - Twin/Squad Day
Wednesday - Costume Day
Thursday - Meme Day
Friday - Decades Day
 
This will start on Monday, Oct. 29th. Let me know if you have any questions!
 
 
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Want to contribute pictures to the yearbook without being part of the club?  Download the ReplayIt app on your phone and send school related pictures to the 2018-2019 yearbook.  Everyone should redownload the app because there have been new updates to the app. All you need to do is create your account and start snapping.  

  • Splash UNC is hosting its fall program for high school students on Saturday, November 10th from 9am to 5pm. Splash UNC is an opportunity for high school students to attend classes taught by UNC-Chapel Hill students. Classes include a variety of interesting topics ranging from chemistry and swing dancing to neuroscience and Harry Potter.  To learn more and to register by November 3, visit https://splashunc.com/

  • The LEC Cheer Squad Yard Sale is being held on Saturday, November 17 in our own LEC parking lot from 7AM to 2PM.  If you or friends or family have ANY items that you would be willing or able to donate to our Fundraiser event, that would be FANTASTIC!  Your trash is our TREASURE.  Our goal is to $ell items from $0.25 to $20+.  Mr. Lockard is collecting any contributions. Proceeds from the yard sale go to the Cheer Squad to purchase "real" poms & practice mats.


  • Don’t forget to buy your Spooky Sweets!  You may buy between Wednesday, October 10th and Friday, October 26th.  For $4.00, you get a candy bar of your choice, a gift, and a card with a personalized message.  For one dollar more, your message will be read to the entire school on the announcements. The $7 Mega Gram gets you all of the above plus you and your guest will get out of class to hang out and play games at a party on Halloween from 2-2:45!  *See Mrs. Testa for details*


  • October 27 is FAFSA Day when students who need to complete their FAFSA for college financial aid can get assistance with it from Financial Aid experts. The event will be in the Academic Assistance Center from 9am - 12 pm.  You need to register to attend. Go to bit.ly/appessaywrite to register.

 

 y fridayOCTOBER 26, 2018

c club

 
 

 

 

 

 

y tuesOCTOBER 16, 2018

  • TOPIC: Service Learningoriginal 1043072 1
  • OCTOBER is "Service Learning Month
  • HOOK: "Taking Action" - Wanted to let you know that the people at Depot Park LOVED Your notes and candy in their sockes.. they wanted me to say thank you!

  • - Identifying Community Needs.
  • Our Next Project:
    Any thooughts. What about doing a "Studaent Fair Day."? We could have activities .. different stations.. throwing pennies in a jar... picking up bottles.. Spoons fill of water etc.. you pick a few and then we will make a proposal for the principal for what we wnat to do.. research different activities,
  • Here is a link you may find useful.
 

y wednesOCTOBER 17, 2018

This is an activity that will help you get to know what you care about. Each of you are to imagine a better world for their school, neighborhood, community, state, nation, and/or the world..

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  • student copies of the Blue Sky Activity Worksheet below (or blue paper)
  • crayons/markers/colored pencils
  • old magazines, scissors, and glue/paste (these can be found on the black bookshelves. Be sure to only use the magazines and none of my books.)

    The definition of community: A group of people living in the same area and under the same government; a group having common interests and goals and who work together

Activity:

  1. Discuss the meaning of the term community as it relates to the participants’ experiences (home, school, friends, interest area, neighborhood, city, state, country, and world).
  2. Identify what community they are going to focus on, such as your classroom, school, local community, or state. 
  3. Fill in the Activity Bubble and the create a collage on what you thinks your community will look like in ten years,

What Is Good About [fill in the community identified]?      
What Can Be Improved or Changed?

  1. "What would the community look like in _______ days/months/years with this issue repaired?" This is what the world/community could look like if everyone worked together. 
  2. When you are finished, share their creation with the group and talk and hag it on the wall in the hall.
 

y thursOCTOBER 18, 2018

Please continue to work on yesterday's project. Also be sure to check out what was discussed on Wednesday's Plans. Be sure to explore all the suggestions on this link and then come up with a proposal.school fair st joeys tranmere

  • Here is Wednesday's link 

We will discuss this when I come back on Tuesday!

 

y fridayOCTOBER 19, 2018
Today is "B" Club Day!b clipart later 1

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new wednesday- OCTOBER 10, 2018

  • TOPIC: Service Learningtim door
  • OCTOBER is "Service Learning Month
  • HOOK: PLEASE VISIT THIS WEBSITE AND EXPLORE POSSIBILITIES FOR FUTURE PROJECTS. WE ARE GOING TO DO GREAT THINGS TOGETHER!

     

  • PICK SOMETHING - TAKE NOTES AND CHOOSE OUR NEXT PROJECT. 

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  • TODAY
    - collect recycled paper
    - take tape down from hallway (do not make a mess, please)
    - Baskets of Love delivered
 

new thursday- OCTOBER 11, 2018

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new friday- OCTOBER 12, 2018

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new monday- OCTOBER 1, 2018

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SEPTEMBER 25 throughsSEPTEMBER 28, 2018

new tuesday- October 2, 2018

  • TOPIC: Service Learning
  • Quote1HOOK: OCTOBER is "Service Learning Month

  • PICK a Quote

  • Write It Down

  • Explain it

  • Projects:
    Baskets of Love
 

new wednesday - October 3, 2018

  • TOPIC: Service Learningtim door
  • OCTOBER is "Service Learning Month
  • HOOK: Baskets of Love

  • Our first assignment was a success - Mr. Lockard was very suprised and it made his day! 

  • TODAY
    - collect recycled paper
    - take tape down from hallway (do not make a mess, please)
    - Baskets of Love delivered
 

 new thursday- October 4,  2018

  • TOPIC: Service Learningoriginal 1043072 1
  • OCTOBER is "Service Learning Month
  • HOOK: "Taking Action" - "Socks of Candy"

     

  • Activity
    - Identifying Community Needs.
  • Announcements
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwm71YxfVmg

    ·         The end of the first quarter is tomorrow, Friday, October 5.  Students can turn in missing work or revisions until December 12th, but report cards will be sent home with Q1 grades. Don't procrastinate and get assignments in ASAP.  Students that are missing assignments will receive a grade of “incomplete” until missing assignments are turned in.

    ·         Fall Break is next Monday and Tuesday - October 8 and 9.  This is also CCCC’s Fall Break!

    ·         Good Luck to the Juniors who will be taking the PSAT on Wednesday, October 10!

    ·         Good Luck to the Sophomores who will be taking the Pre-ACT on Tuesday, October 16!

    Spanish translations

    ·         El final del primer trimestre es mañana el Viernes, Octubre 5. Estudiantes pueden entregar tareas no completadas y también revisiones hasta el 12 de Diciembre, pero las calificaciones que recibieron la primera trimestre serán dadas.No esperen hasta el último minuto y entreguen todas las tareas o si no serán tenidas como “incompleto” hasta que las entreguen.

    ·         Vacaciones de otoño son el Lunes y Martes que vienen - Octubre 9 y 10.También son vacaciones para CCCC!

    ·         Buena suerte a todos los juniors porque ban a tener su PSAT el Miércoles,Octubre 10!

    ·         Buena suerte a todos los estudiantes de segundo año porque van a tomarse el pre-ACT el Martes,Octubre 16!

 

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ACTS OF KINDNESS

 

 

new friday- October 5, 2018

  • Meeting with Ms.Derr in GymPrincipals Message
 

 

SEPTEMBER 10 ehrough SEPTEMBER 14, 2018

new monday- September 10, 2018

  • TOPIC: TIME MANAGEMENTbackwards

     

  • We will be continuing our Unit on TIME MANAGEMENT today.
    • This Unit is of extreme importance to everyone. How we spend out time dictates how successful we are on our educational as well as personal journey.
    • Let's talk about it and practice it!
  • FOLDERS:
    • Please to be sure to place all your material for this Unit of study in your ADVISORY FOLDER.
    • Please be sure to fill in your daily activity sheet.
    • If you have not finished your SMART Goals, please do so by Wednesday or points will be deducted.
    • Continue to work on your "Backwards Mapping." This is due next Thursday, September 20, 2018.
 

new tuesday- September 11, 2018

  • TOPIC: TIME MANAGEMENTbackward mapping mapsandlanterns org
  • We will be continuing our Unit on TIME MANAGEMENT today.
    • This Unit is of extreme importance to everyone. How we spend out time dictates how successful we are on our educational as well as personal journey.
    • Let's talk about it and practice it!
    • Now that you have a complete week mapped out lets look at the "BARRIERS AND SOLUTIONS" TO TIME MANAGEMENT. 
  • FOLDERS:
    • Please to be sure to place all your material for this Unit of study in your ADVISORY FOLDER.
    • Please be sure to fill in your daily activity sheet.
    • If you have not finished your SMART Goals, please do so by Wednesday or points will be deducted.
    • Continue to work on your "Backwards Mapping." This is due next Thursday, September 20, 2018.
 

new wednesday- September 12, 2018

  • TOPIC: TIME MANAGEMENTimage26
  • We will be continuing our Unit on TIME MANAGEMENT today.
    • Tips for managing your time posters.
    • This Unit is of extreme importance to everyone. How we spend out time dictates how successful we are on our educational as well as personal journey.
    • Let's talk about it and practice it!
  • FOLDERS:
    • Please to be sure to place all your material for this Unit of study in your ADVISORY FOLDER.
    • Please be sure to fill in your daily activity sheet.
    • If you have not finished your SMART Goals are due today!
    • Continue to work on your "Backwards Mapping." This is due next Thursday, September 20, 2018.
 

new thursday- September 13, 2018

  • TOPIC: TIME MANAGEMENT1 5 orig
  • We will be continuing our Unit on TIME MANAGEMENT today.
    • This Unit is of extreme importance to everyone. How we spend out time dictates how successful we are on our educational as well as personal journey.
    • Let's talk about it and practice it!
  • FOLDERS:
    • Please to be sure to place all your material for this Unit of study in your ADVISORY FOLDER.
    • Please be sure to fill in your daily activity sheet.
    • If you have not finished your SMART Goals, please do so by Wednesday or points will be deducted.
    • Continue to work on your "Backwards Mapping." This is due next Thursday, September 20, 2018.
 

new friday- September 14, 2018

  • clubs

     

 

AUGUST 4 through AUGUST 7, 2018

 

new tuesday - September 4, 2018

  • TOPIC: TIME MANAGEMENT
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  • We are starting our Unit on TIME MANAGEMENT today.
    • This Unit is of extreme importance to everyone. How we spend out time dictates how successful we are on our educational as well as personal journey.

  • FOLDERS:
    • Please to be sure to place all your material for this Unit of study in your ADVISORY FOLDER.
 

 

new wednesday - September 5, 2018

  • TOPIC: TIME MANAGEMENT
    timemanagment
  • We will be continuing our Unit on TIME MANAGEMENT today.
    • This Unit is of extreme importance to everyone. How we spend out time dictates how successful we are on our educational as well as personal journey.
    • Let's talk about it and practice it!
  • FOLDERS:
    • Please to be sure to place all your material for this Unit of study in your ADVISORY FOLDER.
 

new thursday - September 5, 2018

  • TOPIC: TIME MANAGEMENT

  • We will be continuing our Unit on TIME MANAGEMENT today.
    • This Unit is of extreme importance to everyone. How we spend out time dictates how successful we are on our educational as well as personal journey.
    • Let's talk about it and practice it!
  • FOLDERS:
    • Please to be sure to place all your material for this Unit of study in your ADVISORY FOLDER.

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  • Are you interesting in joining or participating in a club at LEC.  Visit LEC’s website and click the “Clubs” tab to see a calendar of what is happening!  https://www.lee.k12.nc.us/domain/3212
  • The National Youth Speak Program is a wonderful opportunity to help strengthen your leadership, public speaking, and overall communication skills and is open to 11th through 13th graders.  It is FREE and will be hosted here at LEC.  See LEC’s website for more information.  The deadline to apply is September 14.
  • Rotary Club meets every Thursday at 3 PM in Ms. Grello’s room.
  • Photography Club meets every Wednesday at 3 PM in Ms. Grello’s room.
  • The first science olympiad meeting was on September 4 in Ms. Penwell’s room.
  • The first yearbook meeting is today (September 6) in Ms. Regan’s rooms.
  • BETA applications are due September 11 to Mr. Stern and Ms. Delmaine
  • The first Model UN meeting was on September 5 in Mr. Stern’s room.
  • The Quiz Bowl interest meeting is September 7 is in Ms. Penwell’s room.
  • Sports Club will be on Wednesdays from 3-4 pm. This year sports club will be ran differently and will have a different sport played every Wednesday. We encourage you to try different sports even if you have never played before. If you have any questions about sports club, please ask Audrey Thomas or you can join Sports Club on Remind @lecspo or text @lecspo to 810-10.
  • Yesterday (September 5) Dance Team had their first meeting.  Even if you can’t dance, we'll teach you, dont be shy come out and join us in room 24 (Ms.Regan’s)
 
 
 

 

new fridayMs. Derr Day

 

AUGUST 28 through AUGUST 31

 

new tuesday - AUGUST 28, 2018

Starter:

1. Have you ever received a handwritten letter?mail letter clipart icaccajamarca within mail letter clipart
2. When did you receive this letter?
3. What event was associated with the letter?
4. How did it feel to receive a handwritten letter versus an text?

At the end of this week, you will be writing a letter to your older self.

Discussion:

1. What Makes a Letter “Good?”: (10 minutes)
2. Research tips for writing a  letter
3. Find two tips
4. Write these down on a sheet of paper

Reflection:

Answer these questions on the same sheet of paper you recorded your tips:
1. Who am I writing to?
2. Why am I writing?
3. What do I need to tell them?
4. What do I want them to do?

Keep in mind, we have been talking about how we achieve our goals at LEC this month!

 

 

new wednesday - AUGUST 29, 2018

 
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I CAN read awesome books and expand my knowledge!
  • Drop Everything And Read!!
    • You will get candy if you are reading your awesome book you checked out last 
      Wednesday! 
    • At the end of class we will go around explaining what happened in our books.
  • Conferences
    • Each student will have an individual conference with me about their 
      grades/questions/concerns
 

 new thursday - AUGUST 30, 2018

 

- Structure of a Letter

Review the sample letter
What doour younger self.- You notice about the structure of this letter?

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- Letter Writing:

     Remember, you will be writing a letter to your
     younger self.

- Complete your letter

- our Place it in your folder 

If you finish early, share with a partner and note a plus and a delta on a separate piece of paper

 

 new fridayAUGUST 31, 2018

 

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- Today, you will pick your clubs
- Clubs will start next week
- We will also play HEADS-UP

 

 

 

 

MORAL MONDAY MAY 7

  • Tomorrow is your mock reunion. Make sure you are prepared for this go over your notes, know who your are. If you are not prepared, you will not participate.
  • We are going to have a mock 10 year high school reunion next week
  • Answer all of the following questions realistically: 
    • What college did you go to?
    • What level of education did you finish?
    • Was was your major(s)?
    • What is your current job?
    • What is your current salary?
    • What city are you living in?
    • What is the greatest professional accomplishment so far?
  • Choose at last 4 of the following to answer (if the answer is no then that does not count as one):
    • Are you married?  Describe your spouse/wedding.
    • Do you have children?  Describe them.
    • What are your hobbies?
    • Do you have pets?  Describe them.
    • What is your greatest personal accomplishment so far?
    • How many weddings have you been in and whose were they?
  • Roll a dice to have one of the following affect your life:
    • 1-got a job promotion
    • 2-car was totaled
    • 3-you were unemployed for a year
    • 4-took in a family member
    • 5-career change/went back to school
    • 6-won lottery
      • Roll again to see how much you won
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
WELLNESS UNIT - SPRING 2017
WELCOME
TO
WELLNESS

Welcome to Wellness

The goal for this unit is to encourage you to make healthy lifestyle choices that will benefit you throughout your lifetime. This unit was designed to build awareness, and provide you with the foundational information you will need to start your wellness journey.   

TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
4/25-4/26

"CULTURE DOES NOT CHANGE BECAUSE WE DESIRE TO CHANGE IT. CULTURE CHANGES WHEN THE ORGANIZATION IS TRANSFORMED; THE CULTURE REFLECTS THE REALITIES OF PEOPLE WORKING TOGETHER EVERY DAY."Hesselbein

Let's Get to Know Ourselves Better!

1. REVIEW _ JOURNAL WRITTING ASSIGNMENT - 

The People of the Waterfall
In your “Wellness Journal,” under today’s date, record your answer to the above question. Be sure to address each aspect of the folklore using complete sentences and correct grammar. Pay special attention to the question, “Why don’t we go upstream and see why these people are falling in?” and how it speaks into the concept of prevention rather than remedial treatment. 
 - We will have an indepth discussion on this tomorrow in class. Please be prepared!
- Since I do not read your journal, this is the only way I can give you a grade on this assignment.
- We will have a type of "Socratic Seminar" .

2. What is Culture? Do we have any?
Reading - What is Culture?

Reading Response - Please complete this sheet and return to me via email


Journal Entry: Please complete the prompt in your journal.

 

 

   
 THURSDAY
4/27

 PORTFOLIO DAY!

You need to complete your portfolio and get ready for your presentation.

This is your final grade.

Check your checklist and make sure everything is completed. You will present no later than May 11.

You will need to see me to make an appointment.

   
   .
   
   
 

This is TRUER than TRUE

There is no one alive who is
YOUER than YOU!

Let's Get to Know Ourselves Better!

WHAT DETERMINES YOUR DECISIONS?

 

LOCUS OF CONTROL DISCUSSION

WHERE DO YOU STAND ON THE SCALE?

Locus of Control Attribution Style

Locus of Control Attribution Test

 

Please Complete this Exercise

Locus of Control Journal Prompt

 

LET'S GET REAL!

Evaluating Your Lifestyle

HONESTLY, fill in these questions to the best of your ability. No one is going to look at your sheet. This is for your personal growth.

Wellness Form – Evaluating Your Lifestyle


Wellness Profile
            Before exploring the “Six Dimensions of Wellness,” fill in these sheet

 
WEDNESDAY-4/19  

"WHO AM I"

Discovering ME on MY Journey!

Let's Get to Know Ourselves Better!

WHAT DETERMINES YOUR DECISIONS?

1. Please Finish This Test if you have not already done so

Locus of Control Attribution Test

Please Complete this Exercise Prompt.

Locus of Control Journal Prompt

2. Brain Break - Yes this is part of wellness.
   
 - Folding Plastic Bags

LET'S GET REAL!

Evaluating Your Lifestyle

HONESTLY, fill in these questions to the best of your ability. No one is going to look at your sheet. This is for your personal growth.

Wellness Form – Evaluating Your Lifestyle


Wellness Profile
            Before exploring the “Six Dimensions of Wellness,” fill in these sheet

 

BACK WORK - After you have completed all of the above, you may do catch-up work so you may attend activity day!

  
 THURSDAY-4/20

1. JOURNAL WRITTING ASSIGNMENT

The People of the Waterfall
In your “Wellness Journal,” under today’s date, record your answer to the above question. Be sure to address each aspect of the folklore using complete sentences and correct grammar. Pay special attention to the question, “Why don’t we go upstream and see why these people are falling in?” and how it speaks into the concept of prevention rather than remedial treatment. 
 - We will have an indepth discussion on this tomorrow in class. Please be prepared!
- Since I do not read your journal, this is the only way I can give you a grade on this assignment.
- We will have a type of "Socratic Seminar" .

 

2. Brain BreakYes this is part of wellness.
    
- Folding Plastic Bags (yes there are more!)

   
   

TUESDAY-4/4

Walking Logs

- Steps

- Miles

- Minutes

WALKING ACROSS AMERICA

LESSON PLAN:

Keeping Track of Your Progress

  • Each student will be responsible for logging their own distances.
  • One student from our class will collect the weekly totals and then report the class totals to me.
  • I will then post a flag on the big map next to the teachers lounge.
  • The class who makes it to the end of the trail or the furthest before the last day of school, will be honored with a pizza party.
  • All participants will receive a certificate of participation.

HOW to Start Your Adventure

  1. This Section Mile Tracker for the American Discovery Trail should
    help you know exactly where they are on your journey.
  2. Chart your walking minutes, miles, or steps on a virtual walk across the USA  on the American Discovery Trail Map.
  3.  This web walking adventure covers 5048 miles - which you can complete as 5048 walking minutes, 504,800 steps,  or 5048 miles.
  4. As you enjoy your fitness walking, you can follow along with the sights you would see on the trail. You can also fill in the segments on the printable map.
  5.  Follow the following LINK to start your adventure!
  6. Visit the American Discovery Trailsite for maps and segment descriptions.
  7. Total your minutes, miles or steps as you walk, and as you reach each milestone note it on your Webwalking USA walking log.

Here is your link to your walking trail

Webwalking USA Logs

Here is a link to the MAP you can track your progress!

Choose how you want to track your walks. By using the minutes option or the pedometer steps option you will get across the USA faster. Or you may want to record it as miles. Print out the following pages to use as logs for your virtual walk.
 

Tracking Physical Activity- For your enjoyment

Miles Log
Track your true mileage and chart it each day.
Example 1: 5 miles = 5 miles

Minutes Log
Chart your walking minutes and equate them to miles on the trail.
You will see your progress build each day as a great motivator to walk.
Example: 60 minutes walking = 60 miles on the trail.

Steps Log
If you use a pedometer, you can chart your steps each day. Delete the last two digits of the total (divide by 100) and equate that to miles on the trail.
Example: 6000 steps = 60 miles on the trail.

Designing Your Flag:

Each team of students will design two flags:

  • A small flag that will be placed on a pushpin and placed on the map. This flag will be moved weekly as we track their progress. These flags should be no larger than 1.5 by 3.0 inches.
  • The other will be approximately 12x18. This will be placed around the map and serve as a representation of their team.
  • Let’s create a healthy atmosphere of competition!

Here are two websites that allow you to design your own flag.

Design a Fake Flag

Design a Flag

 

WEDNESDAY-4/5

INTRODUCTION: WHY???

WHAT IS WELNESS?
 - Welcome to Wellness

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?

 

JOURNAL WRITTING 

Why Journaling?
Health Benefits of Journaling.

Electronic or Hard Copy
Online Journaling

- Explor resources before making a decision.

 

ONE MODEL

Iceberg Model

 

WHAT DETERMINES YOUR DECISIONS?

Locus of Control Attribution Style

Locus of Control Attribution Test

Locus of Control Journal Prompt

 THURSDAY-4/6

 

LOCUS OF CONTROL DISCUSSION

WHAT DETERMINES YOUR DECISIONS?

WHERE DO YOU STAND ON THE SCALE?

Locus of Control Attribution Style

Locus of Control Attribution Test

Locus of Control Journal Prompt

 

Student Toxic Waste
 Record your answers to the following in your “”Journal.”
- What did you learn about yourself from this activity?
- What would an outside observer have seen as your strengths and weaknesses as you  functioned within the group?

   
 
  
 

VISIT this PAGE! 

VIRTUAL COLLEGE FAIR
March 30, 2017

   
 TUESDAY-3/28

 

Here is a TEMPLATE for your Academic Resume

Here is the TEMPLATE for your Cover Letter

PLEASE Fill out this FORM for Student Council

Please remember to sign up for the College Fair

HERE ARE SOE LINKS for those who have not yet completed their Time Line for college.

 
  1. Timeline from CFNC
  2. Senior Year Application Checklist from Big Future
  3. Timeline 12th Grade from Big Future
  4. Master Timeline: College Admissions from Khan Academy
  5. Your College Prep Timeline from Princeton Review
  6. Check your college's website to see what you need to do AFTER you are admitted! Don't forget to make your down payment, accept your admissions, review financial aid packages, apply for housing, etc. Sound crazy? Remember, AVID 4 will help you with this!!!

Blogs for you to explore today!

Write a summary of what you have discovered from each
of these blogs.

Tips for Starting Your College Search.
 
- attached to your summary, include at least three tips
   for searching colleges.

Schools Accepting AP Credits.
- attached to your summary, include at least three schools
  that you considered attending and whether or not they
  accept AP credits.

 

PLEASE PLACE IN THE BOX OR EMAIL ME 
WHEN FINISHED.

   
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY 
3/28 - 3/31

THE WEEK'S PLAN OF ACTION.

1. You will be given a packet containing a copy of the "COMMON APPLICATION"
2. You will need to complete this application in its entirety. 
3. You will need to get two teacher recommendations.
4. You will need to write the essay.
5. Below you will see websites that will help you with this process.
6. You will have two weeks to complete this packet
7. It must be turned in complete or you will receive a grade of inc.

 HERE IS A WEBSITE THAT WILL WALK YOU THROUGH THE PROCESS.

Complete the college profile

Finish the college profile. This can be added to the portfolio

College Application Timeline:
-https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/get-in/applying-101/timeline-12-grade

Your College Prep Timeline

 

-https://www.princetonreview.com/college-advice/college-prep-timeline

Finish timeline for applying to college

Sample First-year Application

-Sample Common App 2016-2017

 

First-Year Admissions Application

-https://www.universalcollegeapp.com/documents/uca-first-year.pdf

 

College Students Share Common App Tips, Tactics

-https://www.usnews.com/education/blogs/college-admissions-playbook/articles/2016-07-25/college-students-share-common-app-tips-tactics

Students will finish mock college application

Students will write a sample college application essay:

 

Successful Common App Essays

-https://www.apstudynotes.org/common-app/

2017-2018 Common Application Promp

-https://www.collegeessayadvisors.com/portfolio-items/2017-18-common-application-essay-prompts-a-guide/

  

 

 

Shannon Willaert

Wed, Oct 3, 3:00 PM (20 hours ago)
 
to LEC-bldgNick
 
 
 
Here's the announcements for this week.  The Dream Team got everything together fairly efficiently this week.  Even the subtitles should work. :)
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwm71YxfVmg
 

 
  • The end of the first quarter is tomorrow, Friday, October 5.  Students can turn in missing work or revisions until December 12th, but report cards will be sent home with Q1 grades. Don't procrastinate and get assignments in ASAP.  Students that are missing assignments will receive a grade of “incomplete” until missing assignments are turned in.

  • Fall Break is next Monday and Tuesday - October 8 and 9.  This is also CCCC’s Fall Break!

  • Good Luck to the Juniors who will be taking the PSAT on Wednesday, October 10!

  • Good Luck to the Sophomores who will be taking the Pre-ACT on Tuesday, October 16!


Spanish translations


  • El final del primer trimestre es mañana el Viernes, Octubre 5. Estudiantes pueden entregar tareas no completadas y también revisiones hasta el 12 de Diciembre, pero las calificaciones que recibieron la primera trimestre serán dadas.No esperen hasta el último minuto y entreguen todas las tareas o si no serán tenidas como “incompleto” hasta que las entreguen.

  • Vacaciones de otoño son el Lunes y Martes que vienen - Octubre 9 y 10.También son vacaciones para CCCC!

  • Buena suerte a todos los juniors porque ban a tener su PSAT el Miércoles,Octubre 10!

  • Buena suerte a todos los estudiantes de segundo año porque van a tomarse el pre-ACT el Martes,Octubre 16!

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