Day 34 Lesson Plan
Oct. 31st, 2018 05:21 pm
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Lesson Plan,
6

9pm,
Wedne
sday,
3
1
Octo
ber
, 12018 HE rm. 211
, SDCE, North City Campus
Instructor: Ms. S. D. Jones
In our
Learning Toolbox
:
Where can you
find the California legal code
?
Vocabulary
:
Copy
into your notes, and
Mind Map
each word:
Reading Comp. Vocab.
Grammar Vocabulary
Math Vocabulary
Test

taking Skills
Why
can censorship be
dangerous for society,
both local and
worldwide
?
Using colons a
nd
semicolons
Circles, circumference,
and Pi
Vocabulary
Censor
Complex list
Radius
Consecutive
epidemic
Simple list
diameter
Ratio, proportional
6pm
:
Write
one or two sentences explaining
how you
imagine that censorship might help
spread a disease
.
6:02
Continue on work from your folder (on Reading/Literature/Science/Social Studies).
7pm
:
Stand up & Stretch, if you wish...
7:00 to 7:07
Reading Comprehension
7:07 to 7:15
Grammar lecture,
using the
passage
below.
7:15 to 7:25
M
ath lecture, also using this same passage.
7:25

7:30
We do 1st question/problem from each online worksheet together, then you finish
the online activities from all lectures individually on the classroom computer
s.
Mathematics work online and/or in books from 7:45 until 8:45
.
7:00

7:07:
Reading Comp.
:
Using colons and semicolons
Today’s Passage
:
A world

wide epidemic caused by influenza viruses led to
between 50 and 100 million deaths in 1918 and 1919 (as much as 1 of every 18 people).
Because neutral Spain was not censoring news it became associated with Spain but its
origins are more likely to b
e the USA or
France. It came in three waves:
Spring 191
8,
Autumn 1918, and Winter 1919;
the second wave was unusually deadly. And unlike
typical flu pandemics it disproportionately killed young healthy adults. Many
researchers have suggested that the condi
tions of the war significantly aided the spread
of the disease.
(Today
’s reading comes from
http://ww1centenary.oucs.ox.ac.uk/body

and

mind/the

spanish

influenza

pandemic

and

its

relation

to

the

first

world

war/
...)
Where are the
colons and semicolons
in this passage
?
7:07

7:15
Grammar
:
Using colons and semicolons
Rules
:
use semicolons to punctuate a complex list, which is when list items
contain commas
, or to separate independent clauses;
Use colons to link items in a sentence that are st
rongly connected
For
example
:
My favorite place to be is on a boat; I can just forget about all my
other problems.
We are going skiing in
Park City, Utah
;
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
;
and Big Sky, Montana this winter.
I spent my Saturday the be
st way I know how: running around in
the park with my dogs.
My new shoes are my three favorite colors: green, red, and blue
.
Let’s do the first question from our grammar activity:
https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/grammar/punctuation

the

colon

semicolon

and

more/introduction

to

sem
icolons/e/using

semicolons

and

commas
7:15
Mathematics Topic:
Circles and Pie
(actually: Pi)
Every circle has a
center
, which is a point
wher
e the distance
to the edge of the
circle is always the same:
T
he distance from the center of a circle to any point on the circle is exactly the
same.
Let’s look at:
https://www.khanacademy.org/math/basic

geo/basic

geo

area

and

perimeter/area

circum
ference

circle/a/radius

diameter

circumference
Radius of a circle
Half the
distance across the circle
is called the radius of the circle.
... and the Pie ???
Circumference of a circle
The circumference is the distance around a circle (its perimeter!):
See:
https://www.kh
anacademy.org/math/basic

geo/basic

geo

area

and

perimeter/area

circumference

circle/a/radius

diameter

circumference
Compare two circles with their circumference and diameter labeled:
This turns out to be true for all circles,
C
=
π
d
(Source:
https://www.khanacademy.org/math/basic

geo/basic

geo

area

and

perimeter/area

circumference

circle/a/radius

dia
meter

circumference
)
Now
,
let’s do the online math
practice
problem together:
https://www.khanacademy.org/math/basic

geo/basic

geo

ar
ea

and

perimeter/area

circumference

circle/e/radius_diameter_and_circumference
7:30
1.)
Please do the rest of our online grammar worksheet:
https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/grammar/punctuation

the

colon

semicolon

and

more/
introduction

to

semicolons/e/using

semicolons

and

commas
and
2.)
Please do the rema
inder of online math worksheet
:
https://www.khanacademy.org/math/basic

geo/basic

geo

area

and

perimeter/area

circumference

circle/e/radius_diameter_and_circumference
Day 34:
8:40
Exit Questions
:
1.
Please
write
one sentence explaining
why
censorship can be
dangerous
for all of society
.
2. What
percentage is
1 of every 18
?
8:45
Turn in Exit Slip,
Get home safely!