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Thursday, April 23, 2015
MARLEE MATLIN ON DEAF AND POLICE INTERACTIONhttps://www.aclu.org/video/marlee-matlin-deaf-and-police-interaction
MARLEE MATLIN: WHY YOU NEED TO KNOW YOUR RIGHTShttps://www.aclu.org/video/marlee-matlin-why-you-need-know-your-rights
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
There are several events added for May.
Free Sign Language Class at Southaven Library
The M. R. Davis Public Library will offer a free sign language class on
Call the library at (662) 342-0102 if you plan to attend.
This blog entry is titled “Student Involvement in the IEP”, but the PDF resource at the end includes good discussion questions outside of an IEP.
Professional Development for Interpreters
This resources is not an interpreting or sign language resource, but it may help with establishing background knowledge. The University of Colorado will offer a free online mini medical course. If you plan to participate, let me know.
Mini Medical School
Cost per enrollment: Free
Deaf Coffee Chat
Starbucks at 970 N. Germantown Pkwy
Deaf Family Dinner Night Out at Memphis Incredible Pizza, Germantown Square,
Read With Me, Sign With Me
Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library
3030 Poplar Ave.
McAlister Deli, 580 S. Mendenhall Rd., Memphis, TN 38117
Silent Dinner at Jason's Deli, 1585 Chickering Lane, Memphis, TN 38016 .
Sunday, May 17, 2:00 p.m. until sunset
Picnic for families of deaf and hard of hearing children
Shelby Farms Pavilion #2
Hot dogs, drinks, and chips will be provided
RSVP by May 13
Call Melanie Bacon at 901.232.1606
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated Flyer Image: http://tinypic.com/r/261bu6u/8
The Grove at Red Oak Lake
Kirby Woods Baptist Deaf Church invites the Deaf Community Friends & Family to their Annual Worship & Picnic with guest speaker Chris Partain. Chris is the Church Planter Apprentice at Brentwood Baptist Deaf Church in Brentwood, Tennessee (Greater Nashville). More information to be announced soon.
Deaf Coffee Chat at Starbucks
Memphis Deaf Community of the Mid-South:
KWBCD go to https://www.facebook.com/kwbcdeaf
Check out the links below to find out churches with deaf ministries or interpreted services. If you have something to add, double click the space.
Deaf Churches/Churches with interpreted service..
For events that may be coming up at your church (revival, etc.), post to this link: http://padlet.com/terpterrell/churchevents . Items should be removed after the event.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Monday, April 20, 2015
Today we will be playing the following games: Mrs. Ferrell will work with students one on one with reading.
Spelling for all students:
For Hard of Hearing Students:
- Do Now: W.C. book, pgs. 759 – 760., Ex. 24. Answered aloud in class.
- For Friday: On board: Know vocabulary on pg. 1042. 1,3,4 = 15 questions; 5,6, & 7 = 20 questions. 14 multiple choice and 1 short answer.
- On board: Odyssey – Part 1 / Odyssey – Part 2 / TEST = 4/17/15 – PART 1 (THAT’S THIS FRIDAY, PEOPLE!!!!)
- On board: Homework: The Odyssey, Part 1 = Study the epic and vocabulary.
- The Odyssey =
- What is a Homeric or epic simile? It’s a simile that is longer. Pg. 1093, lines: 1063-1065. To what are their cries being compared to? Their tears are being compared to the hawk.
- What’s the difference between an epic simile and a regular simile? An epic simile is more elaborate (more involved)and may take several lines. It may also use words of comparison like: “just as” or “so”. It might recall an entire place or story. Epic similes are sometimes called Homeric similes.
- Number your paper 1 – 4: Answer questions regarding Homeric similes using analogies (on smartboard).
Friday, April 17, 2015
4-17-15 – Harris – Eng. 1
Note: J came in late; L is not here....yet;
Now that I think about it, I think she might have meant “appositive” as it gives more information about a noun.
*Don’t forget there is EOC Blitz classes tomorrow and next Saturday as well. Yeah, L, for going! Please try to go as many Saturdays (left) as you can!
Thursday, April 16, 2015
4-16-15 – Harris – Eng. 1
Note: M is absent; L said she thought he was having surgery. (?)
DON’T LOSE YOUR PACKET!!
TEST FRIDAY, BRING YOUR NOTES!!
TEST FRIDAY, BRING YOUR NOTES!!
TEST FRIDAY, BRIING YOUR NOTES!!!
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Group 1: Will be doing a group puzzle
Group 2: Will label a map
Group 3: GPS Practice
FREE TIME: Map Games
A question that we discussed today
Early Fetal Devlopment
Inside Pregnancy Fertilization
Inside Pregnancy 1-9 Weeks
Don't Forget about your propaganda project that is due next week.
You also have articles due Friday.
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
- Do Now: W.C. book, pg. 635, Ex. 3.
- We went over this in class. Know your coordinating conjunctions. Be able to give her 6.
- Lit. Bk. Pg. 1084, practice A. pg. 633 – read the top of this page! Read the rules and the examples, and then re-read the “Do Now.”
- The class did exercises 3 and 4 and 5 around the topic of proper pronoun case usage.
- Reviewed briefly the story of the Odyssey. It helps to read it by sections.
- We know they tied him up but look at 1073- when does he give the speech. Note line 766, but first look at 1075. How many arms, how many people does she have, what is she made up? She has the men wrapped up. Her arms are called what? tentacles. What’s coming out of her face? How many faces d you count? Note: she ate 6 people.
- On board: Odyssey – Par 1 & Odyssey – Part 2 = TEST ON 4/17/15.
- Bring her any extra credit work you have to her by tomorrow.
- DON’T FORGET IF YOU WANT TO DO A MAKE UP QUIZ GRADE SEE ME TO TAKE IT!