Weekly outline

  • Week 1: Utica High School Basics

    Day 1: High School 101 Rules & Cell Phone Policy

    Go- Open your web browser to our northfork local schools webpage and find the Utica Moodle link on the high school web page.

    Discuss-

    • Clarify changes in the Cell Phone Policy at UHS
    • Talk about how students will get iPads if they don't have them
    • Clarify wi-fi network use at UHS, personal email restrictions
    • Clarify lunch/academic assist time
    • Clarify breakfast procedures in the morning

    Exit- None

     

    Day 2: Classroom Rules & Procedures

    Go- Check your current class schedule and make sure you have all of the following classes on it for this year.  Let Miss Shomaker know if you are missing one or more of these classes.

    • Math
    • Science
    • English 9
    • Modern World History
    • HS 101
    • Health
    • Physical Education

    Do- Read HS 101 rules on Moodle

    Discuss- Discuss rules and expectations for this class.  Answer questions

    Exit- Complete the Accepatance of HS 101 Rules activity attached.

    **If you do not have an iPad today, you must have accepted this agreement by then end of the school day on Friday.  It can be done from any desktop computer with internet access.

     

    Day 3: Student Handbook Scavenger Hunt

    Go-

    1) Find a partner you would like to work with during class today.

    2) Open the calendar on your iPad and select weekly view.  Wait for further instructions from Miss Shomaker

    Do- Complete Handbook Scavenger Hunt
    You will need to open the Student Handbook pdf file link at the bottom of week 1 to access the Student Handbook.

    Exit- Be sure you have accepted the HS 101 rules on Moodle using the link at the bottom of week 1. 

     

    Day 4: Email Set-up and iPad Exploration

    Go- Go to the Email Set-up link at the bottom of week one. Wait for further instructions from Miss Shomaker!

    Do- Follow Miss Shomaker's instructions to set up your email account on your iPad.

    Discuss- Go over iPad usage agreement signed by students.

    • You may only have one email account. (no personal mail on iPad)
    • Appropriate use of email
    • Consequences for violation of email use rules

    Exit- Send an email to Miss Shomaker (keshomaker@uhs.laca.org) telling her ONE interesting thing you want her to know about you.

  • Week 2: Goal Setting

    Day 5: Student Handbook Hunt (cont.)

    Go- Check the following two items and let Miss Shomaker know if they are not working:

    • Moodle Log-in (be sure you are enrolled in HS 101)
    • School email (are you able to send/receive messages)

    Do- Work with your partner to complete your Handbook Hunt assignment.

    Discuss- Review answers to handbook hunt if time permits.

    Exit- Check your grades on Progress Book and make sure it is working for you this morning.

     

    Day 6: Student Handbook Review

    Go-

    1) Get your paper from the tray so you are ready for review.

    2) Log onto your Progress Book account and be prepared to show Miss Shomaker when class begins.

    Do- Review answers from the Handbook Hunt assignment.

    Discuss- Answer questions about the Student Handbook or expectations at UHS.

    Exit- Complete Handbook Review Quiz.

     

    Day 7: Long-term Goal Setting

    Go- Complete the Handbook Quiz at the bottom of WEEK 2.  Password is written on the agenda board.

    Do-

    1) Watch "Bucket List" movie clip

    2) Create your own bucket list

    Discuss- Discuss why goal setting is so important to success in life and school.

    Exit- OPEN "My Smart Goals" docuement in Pages. Write down three long term goals you would like to set for yourself this school year.  TWO of these goals MUST be academic. This assignment must be completed by the beginning of class tomorrow.

     

    Day 8: Short-term Goal Setting

    Go- Open your "My Smart Goals" document you created at the end of class yesterday.  Have it ready for Miss Shomaker to look at when class begins.

    Do- Review the goal setting model.

    Discuss- Share examples of short term goals.

    Exit- Return to your "My Smart Goals" Pages document created yesterday. Based on what you learned in class today about setting good short-term goals, SELECT ONE of your long-term goals your have written.  Highlight it and make the text BOLDED.  Write three short-term goals that will ultimately help you reach this long-term goal in the short term section of the document.  Email the finished document to Miss Shomaker at keshomaker@uhs.laca.org

    The finished goal document must be emailed to Miss Shomaker by 10:00 pm on Friday, September 7th.

  • Friday, September 7th

    Day 8: Short-term Goal Setting

    Go- Open your "My Smart Goals" document you created at the end of class yesterday. Rename the file smart goals.username.  Have it ready for Miss Shomaker to look at when class begins.

    Do- Review the goal setting model.

    Discuss- Share examples of short term goals.

    Exit- Return to your "My Smart Goals" Pages document created yesterday. Based on what you learned in class today about setting good short-term goals, SELECT ONE of your long-term goals your have written. Highlight it and make the text BOLDED. Write three short-term goals that will ultimately help you reach this long-term goal in the short term section of the document. Email the finished document to Miss Shomaker at keshomaker@uhs.laca.org

    The finished goal document must be emailed to Miss Shomaker by 10:00 pm on Friday, September 7th.

  • Monday, September 10th

    Day 9: Using the iPad Calendar App as a Time Management Tool

    Go-

    1) Open the Progress Book link at the top of this page in Safari. 

    2) Book mark the Progress Book page or Add it to your iPad homescreen.

    3) Log into Progress Book and wait for further instructions from Miss Shomaker.

    Discuss- Explain different ways you can use the Calendar App to manage your time, practices, assignments and work schedule.

    Do- Complete Schedule Block Activity using your iPad Calendar App.

    Exit- Take a Screen Shot of the weekly view of your completed calendar for this week and email it to Miss Shomaker.

  • Tuesday, September 11th (Day 10)

    Notetaking Skills and Practice

    Go- Read through today's agenda and assignment below.

    Discuss- As a whole class, discuss the importance of taking notes over text you read and during class time.

    Do- Read the handout on notetaking provided during class.  As you read, use the Pages or Notes app to take notes on the handout as you read it.

    Exit- Leave the notetaking packet on your desk when you leave class today.  You do not need to continue this activity for homework.

    • Wednesday, September 12th (Day 11)

      Notetaking with Adobe Reader

      Go- Open the Guided Notes on Notetaking file in Adobe Reader before class begins.

      Discuss- Review ways to write on the Adobe file on the iPad

      Do- Fill in guided notes during class as Miss Shomaker shares information about notetaking.

      Exit- Save your file and be prepared to use it again in class on Friday.

    • Thursday, September 13th (Day 11)

      Goal Setting Process: Get a Goal, Get a Life Video

      Go-  Open the Get a Goal Guided Notes in Adobe Reader

       

      Do- Watch the Get a Goal, Get a Life video.  Complete the guided notes as you are watching the video.

      Exit- Email your completed notes to Miss Shomaker at keshomaker@uhs.laca.org at the end of class.

    • Monday, September 17th (Day 14)

      Introducation to OCIS (Ohio Career Information Systems)

      Go: Open your Reminder App on your iPad and wait for further instructions from Miss Shomaker.

      Discuss: Review ways students can use Reminders and the Calendar on their iPad to help track homework assignments.

      Do: Download the attached OCIS Lab #1 document below and follow the steps to create your own OCIS profile.

      Wrap-up: Add OCIS to your homepage and/or bookmark it in Safari for future use. (see attached How to Create Safari Bookmarks document for assistance)

    • Tuesday, September 18th (Day 14)

      OCIS Lab #2: Reality Check and Personal Interest Survey

      Go: Email me a screenshot of your completed agenda (from the Calendar App or Reminder App) to show you completed your homework assignment yesterday.  **Remember to put your class period # in the subject line!

      Do: Complete Labs on your own.

      1. Open OCIS Lab 2.1 in Adobe Reader and complete it. Enter answers in the OCIS Website.

      2. Open OCIS Lab 2.2 in Adobe Reader and complete it on the OCIS website.

      Exit: Take screen shot of completed questions on the OCIS website and email them to Miss Shomaker.  If your entire answer can't be viewed in the screenshot, please copy and paste your answers into an email instead.  The screenshots must be emailed to Miss Shomaker by the end of the school day on Wednesday to receive full credit.

    • Friday, September 21st

      Reading "The News"

      Complete the attached lesson names "News Reading Quiz"

    • Tuesday, September 25th

      Students will work independently to complete OCIS Lab 3 on Moodle.  Use Safari as your web browser and open the OCIS website in the new tab.

      The link to the lesson is attached below.  Read and follow each direction carefully to ensure you receive full credit for the assignment.

    • Friday, September 28th - Monday, October 1st

      Friday 9/28 - Completed My GPA Worksheet during class after our discussion about GPA.

      Monday, 10/1 - Completed "How do you make the grade" activity

       

    • Monday, October 8th - Friday, October 12th

      This week student's will focus on test taking strategies for multiple choice, short answer and extended response questions

      Monday, October 8th

      In Class Assignment: Completed OGT Mutiple Choice Packet

      Tuesday, October 9th

      OGT Multiple Choice Packet DUE (Email screenshot of Adobe document)

      RUC Opt-Out Parent Signature Forms DUE (Turn in to Miss Shomaker)

      Wednesday, October 10th

      News Reading Quiz #2 (on Moodle) DUE

      Life Skills Guest Speaker

      Thursday, October 11th

      Watched Listening Video - Completed Following Directions Video Guided Notes

      Friday, October 12th

      Short Quiz on multiple choice question strategy (socrative)

      In Class AssignmentNews Reading Quiz #2 (Assignment on Moodle)

    • Monday, October 15th - Friday, October 19th

      Relationships Under Construction Program

      • October 22-October 26

        Monday, October 22nd

        Complete OCIS Lab 4 - Due Wed. 10/24

         

        Tuesday, October 23rd

        Complete 1st Nine Weeks Review Sheet - Due Thurs. 10/25

         

        Wednesday, October 24th

        Life Skills Guest Speaker


        Thursday, October 25th

        Review answers on the Nine Weeks Review Sheet


        Friday, October 26th

        Complete News Reading Quiz #3 on Moodle-Due at the end of the class period Friday 10/26

      • October 29-November 2

        Monday, October 29th
        Created Student Led Conference Portfolios

         

        Tuesday, October 30th

        Reviewed Progress Reports - Must be signed by parent and returned Friday 11/2

        Discuss Short Answer/Extended Response question strategies

         

        Wednesday, October 31st

        Completed the OGT Short Answer-Extended Response Questions Packet

        Packet Due Fri 11/2

         

        Thursday, November 1st

        NINE WEEKS ASSESSMENT in class

         

        Friday, November 2nd

        Discuss revising and evaluating goals

        Revise/Rewrite your nine weeks goals for this quarter - Due Monday 11/5

      • November 5-November 8

         Monday 11/5

        Review OGT SA-ER Packet Questions

        Tuesday 11/6

        Begin OCIS Lab 5 - Career Fair Preparation

         

        Wednesday 11/7

        Continue work on OCIS Lab 5

         

        Thursday 11/8

        Finish and turn in OCIS Lab 5 by email in PDF format.

        OCIS Lab 5 Pages Document Due by the end of the day Thursday 11/8.

      • December 12-January 2

        NO SCHOOL - CHRISTMAS BREAK

        • Career Keynote Presentations

          Resources needed to complete your career presentations are listed here.