Thursday, April 19, 2007

Period Two's Awesome Scribe-y-ness

Sadly, Smith was once again gone today. What we did today with Ms. Ritzdorf goes as follows:

At the beginning of class, we picked a comment from a blog this week and played a sort of ‘game.’

  • 1st person says the comment
  • Next three people say why it is intriguing
  • Person who picked the comment gets the last word

  • 1st comment: Kathrynt
  • It may be interesting because it mentions the “place where there is no darkness” or because it may not be true—maybe Winston doesn’t look up to O’Brien as a leader. Julia and O'Brien also are opposites.

  • 2nd comment: Endsleye – antique shop is a trap

  • 3rd comment: Kimc- Monday’s comment – Humanity isn’t possible without love.
  • It includes definitions of love, and what humanity is . It also defines humanity in so many different ways, including that it seperates us from animals.
  • ~ It is interesting because of our semester long project -- How literature portrays
    people.



    *Events this week have caused us to question ourselves, our rights, and how we can make a positive difference in the society* ~Ms. Ritzdorf


    The second item on our agenda was Grammer lesson 14 (Editing and Proofreading worksheet 1) as a class, sentence by sentence.

    Finally, it was Reading Time.



    HOMEWORK:
    -Grammer if you don't have it done
    -READ!! We have fishbowl tomorrow over pages 224-274! Discussers and Presenters be ready! Band people and anyone else who will be gone-- you must make this up by going online and reading the blog comments and adding a decent number of thoughtful comments of your own!

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3 Comments:

Blogger chelseah said...

Great Scribe Kathryn. Good job on remembering all of the comments and stuff, cuz i sure didnt. :D

Good good job!!

Thu Apr 19, 09:38:00 PM  
Blogger endsleye said...

good job.
you rock my socks.

Fri Apr 20, 08:30:00 AM  
Blogger DeclanH said...

truly inspirational. i really connected with this scribe.

Fri Apr 20, 08:38:00 AM  

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