SLC Schedule Review
Take a look at your schedule, make sure it works for you and that your parents are aware of it! Send them a text reminding them! If they need to reschedule, contact me!
College Card Sort
Do the college card sort! (for my AM block, this will be at the end of class)
For today, your work priorities are as follows.
Every group will be presenting to 9th graders on WEDNESDAY. Some groups have additional work and professional presentations to make in addition to this. For your presentations:
In the last 30 minutes of class today, we will be practicing our presentations. BE READY!
DP Update and Reflection
Under your College and Career Prep tab, create a new page for your Sophmore Inspire Week. On this page, you should include the following:
Sophomore Inspire Week Reflection
Paragraph 1- Big Takeaways
What were the biggest and most lasting things you learned during this experience? What aha moments did you have? What lessons did you learn that you will take with you moving forward through school and work?
Paragraph 2- Connections Between School and Work
How did things you have learned or are learning in school connect to what you did in your service project? What skills did you take from the classroom that helped you during this project? What skills did you develop that could carry back into school?
Paragraph 3- Time Management
How effective were you at time and task management during this project? What kinds of structures worked for you, where did time management become more difficult? What did you notice about HOW you worked when you had big chunks of work time?
Paragraph 4- Connections to YouScience
Look back at your YouScience results. How do your YouScience results connect to the experience you had during Sophomore Inspire Week? Did you see the skills and aptitudes highlighted in your YouScience results in your Inspire Week? How?
Paragraph 5- Advice for Future Students
What advice would you give to a sophomore about how to make the most from their Sophomore Inspire Week experience? This could focus on how to choose, what to do once you’re in it, what skills to develop beforehand, etc.
Lori Fisher, Humanities Teacher