College and Career


College And Career Readiness Game Plan
UNITS OF STUDY


6.8.16

Final Exam

We will start class by taking a ‘Climate Survey’ [10 minutes]

Today you will repeat the Jump Rope Activity.  You will need to organize yourselves so you can jump through in groups of 2, 5, 10 and the whole class.  [10 minutes]

After you return to class, complete the College and Career Final Exam Glue In. [30 minutes]

Use the sentences from your glue in and write an essay using drive.google.com.  Share the essay with ‘butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com’ [30 minutes]

6.8.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  On a piece of scrap paper, draw a zebra.  From the zebra, draw a speech bubble.  In the speech bubble give next year’s freshmen a pro-tip for how to succeed at Franklin High School. [10 minutes]


6.3.16

Notebook and Portfolio Check

Today Butenhoff will check in with every student to make sure the grade book is updated.  Butenhoff will also ensure that your google drive portfolio is organized and your portfolio pieces are uploaded to Naviance.

If you are done, you can work on math or any other class.

6.3.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: Which portfolio piece needs more work?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


6.1.16

Notebook and Portfolio Check

Today (and next time) Butenhoff will check in with every student to make sure the grade book is updated.  Butenhoff will also ensure that your google drive portfolio is organized and your portfolio pieces are uploaded to Naviance.

6.1.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  Which portfolio piece is most valuable to you?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


5.27.16

Time Capsule+ Naviance + Library

Check out the ‘Library Check-In Slide Show.’

Fill out the form for the ‘Time Capsule’

Today you should ensure that you have uploaded all your documents uploaded into Franklin Naviance.  Your user name is the first letter of your first name and then your last name.  Your password is your ID number.

Turn in Library Stuff 1:30-2:06

Nuff said.

5.27.16 QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  Remember those first few class periods when we went to the library?  Reflect upon how’ve changed since then.  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


5.25.16

Community Service Proposal

Today you complete your community service proposal slide show.  Make sure you include the information from last time’s glue in.  When you are done, you should upload the slide show to Franklin Naviance.  Your user name is the first letter of your first name and then your last name.  Your password is your ID number.  If you worked in a group, you’ll need to make sure each member of the group has a copy of the slide show in their portfolio on drive.google.com  and Franklin Naviance.

If you have more time, make sure you’ve upload all of your portfolio pieces to Franklin Naviance.

5.25.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: Have you uploaded all the required portfolio pieces to Naviance?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


5.23. 16

Community Service Proposal Revision

Last time in class nearly everyone shared their Community Service Proposals.  Today you will refine your proposals and choose one to focus on.  Complete the Community Service Revision glue in.  When you have finished the glue in, add more slides to highlight the proposal you will focus on.  Use the sentences from the glue in to full ‘un-pack’ your proposal.

5.23.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What will make your proposal challenging?  What will success look like?  Why is it important that your community service project happens?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


5.19.16

Community Service Proposal Presentations

Today you will begin looking over each others proposal rough drafts.  While you watch the presentations, use the Community Service Proposal Presentation Record to take notes.

5.19.16 QuickDraw and Quick Write: What was the best proposal you heard today?  Who made the proposal?  Why was it the best?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


5.17.16

Community Service Proposal

Today you shall continue brain storming your community service proposals.  Remember, you will use the 5.11.16 Climate Survey Responses and the Community Service Proposal Brain Storm glue in to develop community service activities at both the local and national level.

When you have completed the glue in, use drive.google.com to create a slide show summarizing your 6 community service proposals.  Make sure you include survey data for each proposal.  Share with ‘butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com’

I’ll take volunteers to present their slide show starting today!  Next time we will also have presentations!

5.17.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What makes a community service project ‘Good’?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


5.13.16

Community Service Proposal Brain Storm

Last time you did a great job gathering data in and around Franklin High School: We have 120 responses to our survey to look over!

Here are the 5.11.16 Climate Survey Responses.

Work solo or in a group of 4 or less.  Look over the responses and create a community service to address both the positive and negatives within each zone.  Complete the Community Service Proposal Brain Storm glue in.

When you have completed the glue in, use drive.google.com to create a slide show summarizing your 6 community service proposals.  Make sure you include survey data for each proposal.  Share with ‘butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com’

Next time you will present your proposals to the class.

5.13.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: Describe one of your proposals to the negativity that seems most viable. Describe one of your proposals to the positivity that seems most viable.  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


5.11.16

Introduction to Community Service Proposal

Today you will start to consider your final portfolio piece: Community Service Proposal and Plan of Action.  But who needs what?  Let’s get some data.  You will be implementing a climate survey.

5.11.16 Climate Survey

You will be out in the community during this period to gather data.

Step 1: Assemble a group of 4 or less.

Step 2: Create a sign that says: “Take a Survey!”

Step 3: Confirm with Butenhoff your fixed location to implement the survey.  Confirm with Butenhoff rules and expectations.

Step 4: Implement survey

Step 5: Return to C30 by 3:00 for QuickDraw QuickWrite.

5.11.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  Describe your experience gathering data.  How are The People.  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


5.9.16

Ninth Grade Academy Meeting Debrief

Remember last week when your ninth grade teachers were busy for tutorial?  Today you look over what we talked about and you will offer input for how to improve Franklin High School for next year’s ninth graders.  Check out the document we used: 5.4.16 9th Grade Academy Meeting.

Once you have looked over the document, fill out this Academy Meeting Google Form.

If there is extra time you you shall complete the Personal Finance Reflection document using drive.google.com.  When you are done share with ‘butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com’.

If there is extra time you shall continue uploading portfolio pieces to  Franklin Naviance.

While you are working Butenhoff will complete notebook grade checks.

5.9.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: After looking over the ‘Academy Meeting’ document, what was the most concerning statistics?  What have 9th grade teachers done well this year? How can teachers structure 9th grade academies differently next year?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


5.5.16

Satisfy a Graduation Requirement TODAY with the Amazing Ms. Raquel Laiz.

Today you will use use Franklin Naviance to satisfy a graduation requirement TODAY!  Your user name is the first letter of your first name and then your last name.  Your password is your ID number.

If there is extra time you you shall complete the Personal Finance Reflection document using drive.google.com.  When you are done share with ‘butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com’.

 


5.3.16

Personal Finance Reflection

Today you will summarize your thoughts on setting a personal budget.  You shall complete the Personal Finance Reflection glue in.  When you complete the glue in, you are ready to create a google document using drive.google.com.  Your final document should be at least 19 sentences.  When you are done share with ‘butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com’.

5.3.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What can you do here at Franklin High School so you can set and keep a budget in the future? Draw a picture and write three sentences.


4.29.16

Finance Fair Activity with Ms. Wong’s CCE Class and Actual Bankers


4.27. 16

Prepare for Financial Reality Fair

Today’s main goal is to prepare for the Financial Reality Fair.  Here’s the Financial Reality Fair Map.

Step 1: Take the Financial Reality Fair Pre-Assessment

Step 2: Choose a partner for the financial Reality Fair

Step 3: With your partner, check in with Butenhoff to turn in your pre-assessment, receive your career and receive your Financial Reality Fair packet

Step 4: Use the career information to fill out the front page of your Financial Reality Fair packet

Step 5: Use the Monthly Expense Register to fill out the Income versus Expenses glue in.

Step 6: Finish any other CCE or Math work.

4.27.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What is a budget?  Do you think you have the knowledge and skillz to manage your finances as an adult?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


4.25.16

Paying for Transportation

Today you will be considering the cost of transportation.  Use the internet and the Transportation Satiation Station glue in.

4.25.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  The average car monthly payment for car insurance is $111.  Add that to the monthly payment of the car you want.  How much is it per month?  What do you think? Draw a picture and write three sentences.


4.21.16

Finish up Monthly Budget and Housing Search

During today’s class period you should complete the monthly budget from 4.15.16 and the housing search from 4.19.16.  When you complete your budget, make sure you’re assuming that you are living on your own.  You are NOT living with your parents.

When you are done you will create a *COMIC* that describes what you learned about credit card debt, setting a monthly budget and looking for a house in the metropolitan area.  You will use Make Beliefs Comix App.  When you finish your comic, select ‘print/email’ and send your comic to ‘butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com’

4.21.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  After setting your monthly budget with a minimum wage job, what did you discover?  Was it easy to cover your expenses?  Is there room in your budget for treating yourself?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


4.19.16

Portland Metropolitan Area Housing Search

Today you will investigate the cost of renting a house/apartment in the Portland metropolitan area.  Go to portland.craigslist.org and use the Portland Metropolitan Area Housing Search glue in to search for housing options in the metro area.  Use the Portland Metro Area Map to understand where each housing option is located.

4.19.16 QuickDraw QuickDraw: What did you learn by searching for housing options in the Portland area?  What surprised you?  What region of the metro area do you prefer?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


4.15.16

Setting a Monthly Budget Investigation

Today you will continue contemplating your personal finances.  Specifically, you will consider what it actually costs to live.  Use the Introduction to Developing a Budget Investigation glue in and use the internet to research monthly expenses.

4.15.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What surprised you about setting a monthly budget?  What did you learn?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


4.13.16

Continue introduction to Personal Finance

Today you will complete contemplating earning money and using it to pay for expenses.  Use the Introduction to Personal Finance glue in and play Lemonade Stand.

4.13.16 QuickDraw and QuickWrite: You have a 500$ balance on a credit card.  It accrues 16.4% each month.  How much does the balance go up after 2 months?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


4.11.16

Introduction to Personal Finance

Today you will contemplate earning money and using it to pay for expenses.  Use the Introduction to Personal Finance glue in and play Lemonade Stand.

4.11.16 QuickDraw and QuickWrite: Why is ‘Credit Card Debt’ an important news story?  Propose a solution.  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


4.6.16

Ways to Pay for Higher Education

Today you will be given time to finish your reflection on how to pay for higher education.  You also have time to complete anything you are missing. Butenhoff will also check in with every student to update grades.

When you are done, you’re going to play a 14 day game of Lemonade Stand.  When the game concludes, take a screen shot of your score and share your best score with ‘butenhoffmath.com’

4.6.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: How are you going to pay for college?  How are you going to pay for your toothpaste and toilet paper?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


4.4.16

Ways to Pay for Higher Education

Today you will examine the ways to pay for higher education.

First: Check out the Ways to Pay for College Presentation

Second: Fill in the Ways to Pay for College Glue In

Third: Use the glue in to write a reflection paragraph in drive.google.com.  You should have at least 16 sentences.

Fourth: Share you reflection paragraph with butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com

4.4.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  Explain what the phrase ‘You gotta spend money to make money’ means.  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


3.31.16

Portfolio Organization Station

Today you will organize your major assignments into a separate folder in drive.google.com.  Create a folder entitled ‘CCE Portfolio.’  Within this folder you will add the major assignments you have completed this year.  You will also rename them so you can easily access them later on.

Complete the 3.31.16 Portfolio Update glue in checklist.

3.31.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  What element of your portfolio are you most proud of?  Which do you think is the most important?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


3.29.16

Personal Grade Consultation for Everyone.

During the period Butenhoff will personally check in with every student and provide a college and career grade consultation.

While you are waiting for your consultation, you should complete the 3.29.16 Poster in your notebook.  You can also work on anything else you are missing.

3.29.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  What is a goal you have for the week?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


3.18.16

Auto Depreciation Project

Today you should finish creating your slide show using drive.google.com

Remember, this is how I’m grading you: Auto Depreciation Project Process and Rubric.

3.18.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What did you learn by studying the depreciation of an automobile?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


3.16.16

Auto Depreciation Project

Today you will continue working on your auto depreciation project.  You should be finishing up with your research and beginning to create your presentation in drive.google.com.  When you are done you will share with ‘butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com’

Remember, this is how I’m grading you: Auto Depreciation Project Process and Rubric.

3.16.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What’s the difference between linear growth and exponential growth.  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


3.14.16

Auto Depreciation Project

For the next three class periods you will be researching the rate of depreciation of a car.  Your final product will be a Presentation using Google Drive.

To start, think about a car you’d be interested in buying.  The more boring the better:  The best selling cars (Ford F-150 and Toyota Camry) have been manufactured for years.  Go to the manufacturers website and ‘build’ a vehicle.  When you have your vehicle, get the glue in from Butenhoff.

When you have selected a vehicle, you will complete the Auto Depreciation Project Glue In.  To help you along the way, you should look at Auto Depreciation Project Process and Rubric.

Possible websites to get the value of the car as it ages:  cargurus, autotrader, cars.com, kelley blue book.

Today (Monday), I expect you to complete the glue in.  Next time (Wednesday) I expect you to start creating a presentation using google drive.  Friday (3.18.16) I expect you to finish your presentation and share it with ‘butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com’

3.14.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What car did you choose?  Why?  What’s the rate of depreciation?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


3.10.16

Review of Government

Today you will review your understanding of how the Federal government.  Grab a chromebook and complete the glue in Review of Government.

3.10.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  Who represents you at the Federal level in the legislative branch.  What is one issue you agree with?  What is one issue you disagree with?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


3.8.16

Introduce One Local College to your Classmates

Today you will present your research of local colleges to your classmates.  Complete the Local College Presentation Record while you watch.

Here is the rubric Local college research presentation rubric.

Current Events

Go to news.google.com and use the search term ‘Portland Homeless.’  Silently read the news story and complete the 3.8.16 Current Events glue in.

Here’s a possible solution.

3.8.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: Describe Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena’s solution to homelessness.  Describe the house when it’s first built.  Describe how the house is modified as families grow in size and wealth.  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


3.4.16

Introduce One Local College to your Classmates

Today you will present your research of local colleges to your classmates.  Complete the Local College Presentation Record while you watch.

Here is the rubric Local college research presentation rubric.

3.4.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What did you learn by researching and learning about local colleges?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


3.2.16

Introduce One Local College to your Classmates

Last time you should have completed the glue in Local College Research.  Today you should create a presentation using Google Drive.  You will need to work together as a team to create one presentation that pulls together all the research you completed last time.

Here is the rubric Local college research presentation rubric.

When you think you are done with your presentation, share it with ‘butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com’

3.2.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: Describe your experience working with a team today.  How effective were you as a team?  How could you improve your performance as a team in the future?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


2.29.16

Introduce One Local College to your Classmates

For the next three class periods you will be researching a local college in order to create a presentation about the college.

Today you will create groups of 2 to 3.  Each group will choose a local college from the list of local colleges.  In order create a presentation about the college, each individual in the group will complete the glue in Local College Research.  Use Franklin Naviance (Your user name is the first letter of your first name and then your last name.  Your password is your ID number) and Oregon CIS (The user name is ‘1Franklin’ and password is ‘FHS03’)

Next time (Wednesday, March 2nd), you should synthesize your research into a presentation using Google Drive.

On Friday, March 4th your group will present to the class your findings.  Here is the rubric Local college research presentation rubric.

2.29.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What school are you researching?  What did you learn in your research today?  Did you learn anything surprising?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


2.25.16

College Application Reflection

Last time you should have completed the 2015 Common Application.

Today you will reflect upon the process by completing the glue in College Application Reflection.  When you are done check in with Butenhoff.

You will then create a document using Google Drive.  You will use your answers from the glue in to write an essay.  Please see the College Application Reflection Rubric to understand how I will be grading you.

When you are done with your essay, share it with butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com

2.25.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What question(s) did you ask yesterday at the career expo?  What answer(s) did you receive?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


2.24.16

Northwest Youth Career Expo

NW Youth Careers Expo Permission Slip


2.23.16

Career Expo Bus

Sample College Application

For the next two class periods you will be exploring and reflecting upon the college application process.  Today, you will complete the 2015 Common Application in class.

Next time you will reflect upon the process by completing the glue in College Application Reflection.  When you are done, you will create a document using Google Drive.  You will use your answers from the glue in to write an essay.  Please see the College Application Reflection Rubric to understand how I will be grading you.

2.23.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  What are five things you learned about the college application process?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


2.19.16

Prepping for the Northwest Career Expo

Glue in and complete Career Expo Prep.  Use the list of Career Expo Exhibitors and big and small questions to help complete the glue in.

When you are done with the glue in, check in with Butenhoff so he can verify if you are ready to complete the Career Expo Pamphlet.

2.19.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: Which career pathway is for you?  Which exhibitor are you most interested in seeing?  Why?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


2.17.16

Mini Life Plan

Log in to synergy to verify you’ve completed the assignments necessary to complete the ‘Mini Life Plan’

In Google Drive you will create a document that outlines your high school plans and your post high school plans.

  1. Create a new ‘Document.’  At the top put your name and a title.
  2. Use your sentences and image from ‘Why do you go to school?’
  3. High school plan:  Select ‘Table’ > ‘Insert Table’ > ‘4×9.’  Use your ‘Four-year plan’ glue in to fill in the 4×9 box with your proposed high school schedule.
  4. Build a better high school: Use your favorite sentences and image from ‘How would you make a better high school?’
  5. Post high school plan: Select ‘Table’ > ‘Insert Table’ > ‘1×3.’  Use your ‘Oregon CIS Treasure Hunt’ and fill in your ‘Total Salary Needed,’ ‘Career/educationlevel/salary,’ and ‘School/tuition/student life/program’ information.
  6. Write a two-sentence conclusion about what you learned by creating a four-year plan and calculating your total salary needed.

When you are done, share with ‘butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com’  This is a portfolio piece and will be worth test points.

Here’s the Mini Life Plan Grading Rubric

2.17.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  Why is the weather getting warmer and the days getting longer?  What are you going to do with your early dismissal time?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


2.12.16

Mini Life Plan

In Google Drive you will create a document that outlines your high school plans and your post high school plans.

  1. Create a new ‘Document.’  At the top put your name and a title.
  2. Use your sentences and image from ‘Why do you go to school?’
  3. High school plan:  Select ‘Table’ > ‘Insert Table’ > ‘4×9.’  Use your ‘Four-year plan’ glue in to fill in the 4×9 box with your proposed high school schedule.
  4. Build a better high school: Use your favorite sentences and image from ‘How would you make a better high school?’
  5. Post high school plan: Select ‘Table’ > ‘Insert Table’ > ‘1×3.’  Use your ‘Oregon CIS Treasure Hunt’ and fill in your ‘Total Salary Needed,’ ‘Career/educationlevel/salary,’ and ‘School/tuition/student life/program’ information.
  6. Write a two-sentence conclusion about what you learned by creating a four-year plan and calculating your total salary needed.

When you are done, share with ‘butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com’  This is a portfolio piece and will be worth test points.

Here’s the Mini Life Plan Grading Rubric

2.12.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  What did you learn by creating a four-year plan and calculating your total salary needed?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


2.10.16

Oregon CIS Treasure Hunt

Glue in Oregon CIS Treasure Hunt

Log in to Oregon CIS using the temporary username ‘1Franklin’ and password ‘FHS03’

Follow the instructions on the glue in.

2.10.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What is one thing you learned after completing the ‘Reality Check?’  What salary did the reality check say you needed?  What’s a solution you have for Portland’s homeless situation?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


2.8.16

Planning for Forecasting Night

Check out the Forecasting flyer.  Today we shall make sure you’re ready to fill out your forecasting sheet so you can be confident you get the classes you need quickly.

Using your Four year plan and the 2016-2017 Franklin Forecasting Guide Complete the Forecasting Night pamphlet so you’re ready.

Make sure you’re up to date

  1. Check to see that you have all the QDQW’s for second semester and that they are dated accurately
  2. Finish ‘Why do you go to school’
  3. Finish ‘How would you make a better high school’
  4. Complete glue-ins ‘Dropout nation 1, 2 and 3’
  5. Finish the glue in ‘4 year plan’

2.8.16 QuickDraw and QuickWrite: How many years of math do you need in order to graduate?  Why might it be a good idea to take four years of math?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


2.4.16

Dropout Nation

We shall finish watching Dropout Nation.

Make sure you’re up to date

  1. Check to see that you have all the QDQW’s for second semester and that they are dated accurately
  2. Finish ‘Why do you go to school’
  3. Finish ‘How would you make a better high school’
  4. Complete glue-ins ‘Dropout nation 1, 2 and 3’
  5. Finish the glue in ‘4 year plan’

2.4.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  How many students did the program ‘Dropout Nation’ follow?  How many of these students graduated on time?  How many did not?  Why?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


2.2.16

Dropout Nation

We shall continue to watch Dropout Nation.

Continue taking notes on Dropout Nation 2.  Glue in and take notes on Dropout Nation 3.

Four year plan

Glue in and complete the Four year plan using the 2016-2017 Franklin Forecasting Guide.  Please note that the forecasting nights at Franklin High School are February 9th for last names A – L and February 10th for last names M – Z.  See the flyer for more information: Forecasting flyer.

How would make a better high school?

Make sure you complete the google drive assignment from 1.29.16.

2.2.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  When is your forecasting night at Franklin High School?  What are your goals for after high school?  What specific things are you going to do in high school to reach your goal?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


1.29.16

Dropout Nation

We shall continue to watch Dropout Nation.

Continue taking notes on Dropout Nation 2.  Glue in and take notes on Dropout Nation 3.

How would you make a better high school?

You are in charge.  Throw everything you know about high school out the window.  Throw the schedule, throw the textbooks, throw…everything out.  Start over.  Consider the following three main questions:

  1. What should teachers do to make sure students understand their class so students can pass?  The content needs to stay the same.  The presentation of content, the grading policies, the way teachers interact with students etc. is up to you.
  2. What should principals do to make sure students pass classes?  Students still need to fulfill their graduation requirements.  What classes could be added to the school day to support students who struggle?  How about after school programs?  Online classes?
  3. How can students help each other pass classes so they can graduate on time?  How can students of the same grade support each other?  How can older students support younger students?

Using google image searches, find a picture that answers each question and write (at least) two sentences for each picture.  In the end, you have should three pictures and (at least) six sentences.  In Google Drive you will create a document with your images and your complete sentences.  When you finish, share your document with ‘butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com’

1.29.16 QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  What is something that Franklin High School could (realistically) start doing Monday to help students pass classes so they can graduate on time? Draw a picture and write three sentences.


1.27.16

Dropout Nation

For the next three class periods, we are going to watch Dropout Nation.

We will start by answering some questions on today’s glue in:  Dropout Nation 1

You will continue by taking notes during the video using today’s glue in:   Dropout Nation 2

Why do you come to school?

Using google image searches, find three pictures and (at least) three sentences, you will answer the question “Why do you come to school?”  In Google Drive you will create a document with the three images and your sentences.  When you finish, share your document with ‘butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com’

1.27.16 QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  Whose story (Marcus, Lawrence, Marco, or Sparkle) in Dropout Nation are you most interested by?  What are their struggles?  Why may they not graduate on time?  What advice would you give them?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.  José is my brother.


1.21.16

Group Interview

Group Interview Announcement

Pair share interview: 12:10-12:40

Group interview: 12:40-1:40

Today is the big day:  Your big job interview!  You will begin by interviewing another student and then you will be interviewed by the same student.  Pair Share Interview Template [30 minutes].  Make sure your resume is complete and shared with ‘butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com’

After the 1-on-1 interview, you will be interviewed by our human resources panel.  You will present one item from your resume and you will take a question from the panel.  Remember, this is how I am grading you: Group Interview Grading Rubric [60 minutes]

1.21.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What did you learn from this practice interview process?  What would you differently in the future?  How can you make your resume more appealing to employers?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


1.19.16

Job Seeking 101

Group Interview Announcement

Group Interview Grading Rubric

Today we will continue with the considering the job seeking process.  You will look over and answer some common interview questions.  You will interview another student.

Common Interview Questions Practice

Common Interview Questions

When you are done with the glue-in, make you are done with your resume.  When you are done, please share with butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com

1.19.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: Why do you think it’s important to show enthusiasm when you are interviewing for a job?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


1.14.16

Job Seeking 101

Group Interview Announcement

For the next few class periods we are going to consider the job seeking process.  You will create a resume and participate in mock-interviews.

Resume Planning Template

Teen Resume Guide

After completing the template, you will create a resume document using Google Drive.  Use pages 8 and 9 from the ‘Teen Resume Guide’ to create similar looking resume.

1.14.16 QuickDraw and QuickWrite: If you were to describe yourself using three adjectives, what would they be and why?  Write three sentences and draw a picture.


1.12.16

Career Pathways Presentation

We shall finish with your presentations today!  I’ll take volunteers to go first.  Otherwise, I’ll continue going in reverse-alphabetical order.

Remember, this is how I’m grading you: Career Pathways grading rubric

Continue the glue-in from last time: Career Pathways presentation record

Job Seeking 101

For the next few class periods we are going to consider the job seeking process.  You will create a resume and participate in mock-interviews.

Resume Planning Template

Teen Resume Guide

After completing the template, you will create a resume document using Google Drive.  Use pages 8 and 9 from the ‘Teen Resume Guide’ to create similar looking resume.

1.12.16 QuickDraw and QuickWrite: What do you consider your greatest achievement?  Why?  Write three sentences and draw a picture.


1.8.16

Career Pathways Presentation

We shall continue with your presentations today!  I’ll take volunteers to go first.  Otherwise, I’ll continue going in reverse-alphabetical order.

Remember, this is how I’m grading you: Career Pathways grading rubric

Continue the glue-in from last time: Career Pathways presentation record

1.8.16 QuickDraw and QuickWrite: What is a question you had for a presenter today?  What did you learn about another career today?  Does it make you rethink your career pathway?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


1.6.16

College and Career Readiness = Algebra

As a mathematics teacher in Portland Public School (PPS), I am required to offer my students the opportunity to take a work sample.

As a student of mathematics in PPS, you are required to demonstrate proficiency in essential skillz.

jan alg cal

Thus, today College and Career Readiness = Algebra.  We shall work on A 8-16 to practice the skillz necessary to pass a mathematics work sample.

1.6.16 QuickDraw QuickWrite: Take a few minutes to review your lifeboat presentation and your personal mission statement.  Draw a picture and write three sentences about how you are going to finish up your first semester of high school.


12.17.15

Career Pathways Presentation

We shall continue with your presentations today!  I’ll take volunteers to go first.  Otherwise, I’ll continue going in reverse-alphabetical order.

Remember, this is how I’m grading you: Career Pathways grading rubric

Continue the glue-in from last time: Career Pathways presentation record

12.17.15 QuickDraw and QuickWrite: What is a question you had for a presenter today?  What did you learn about another career today?  Does it make you rethink your career pathway?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


12.15.15

Career Pathways Presentations

I’ll take volunteers to go first.  Otherwise, I’ll go in reverse-alphabetical order.

Here is the grading rubric: Career pathways grading rubric

Here is the glue in for today: Career Pathways presentation record

12.15.15 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What is a question you had for a presenter today?  What did you learn about another career today?  Does it make you rethink your career pathway?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


12.11.15

Career Pathways Research Project

Complete your slide show.

Next week we start presentations.

While y’all are working, I will check in with each of you individually to look over your notebook and Personal Mission Statement.

12.11.15 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  What class is giving you the most trouble?  What can you accomplish over the weekend and next week to make an improvement?  How can Butenhoff help?  Write three sentences and draw a picture.


12.9.15

Career Pathways Research Project

Using your completed research, create a slide show using Google Drive.

To create your slide, make sure you look over Career Pathways Lesson 4 so you know how to create your slide show.

12.9.15 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What is an academic goal you hope to achieve before winter break?  How can Butenhoff help you?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


12.7.15

College and Career Readiness = Algebra

Finish A 8-Review

When you are finished with the review, continue on your career pathways presentation

12.7.15 QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  Which problem is the easiest on the review?  Which problem is the most difficult?  Why?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


12.3.15

Career Pathways Research Project

Finish up your research using Career Pathways Lesson 2.  You should have two of these completed before you start your presentation.

When you’ve done the research for both careers, you can begin creating your slide show using Google Drive.

To create your slide, make sure you look over Career Pathways Lesson 4 so you know how to create your slide show.

12.3.15 QuickDraw QuickWrite: Make a final statement about what you’ve learned and how the career research has influenced your plans for the future.  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


12.1.15

Career Pathways Research Project

Continue researching your careers by using Career Pathways Lesson 2.  You’ll need TWO of these documents.  One for each of your two careers.

Here’s a hint: Career Pathways Lesson 3

When you’ve done the research for both careers, you can begin creating your slide show using Google Drive.

To create your slide, make sure you look over Career Pathways Lesson 4 so you know how to create your slide show.

12.1.15 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What are the pros and cons of each of your careers?  Write three sentences and draw a picture.


11.25.15

Career Pathways Research Project

Start researching your careers by using Career Pathways Lesson 2.  You’ll need TWO of these documents.  One for each of your two careers.

Here’s a hint: Career Pathways Lesson 3

11.25.15 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What is something new/interesting you learned with your research today.  Write three sentences and draw a picture.


11.23.15

Career Pathways Research Project

For the next few class periods, we will be working on the Career Pathways Project

Glue in Career Pathways Lesson 1

Check out the Career Pathways Presentation

Log in to Franklin Naviance  Your user name is the first letter of your first name and then your last name.  Your password is your ID number.  Check out the results from the ‘Strengths Explorer Survey.’

Go to Oregon CIS.  On 10.2.15 you created an account and completed the ‘Interest Profiler.’  Check out those results again.

If you have time, you can start note-taking on your careers using Career Pathways Lesson 2

11.23.15 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  What are the two careers you are going to research further?  Are you more interested in having fun at your job or are you more interested in making money?  Can it be both?  Check out your QDQW from 9.30.15.  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


11.18.15

Finish your Personal Mission Statement

Complete your essay in Google Drive.

For inspiration, check out these Personal Mission Statement Student Samples.

When you think you’re complete, look over the Personal Mission Statement Grading Rubric.  THIS IS HOW I WILL BE GRADING YOUR ESSAY!  Make sure you earn the top score by covering each element of the rubric.

When you have a final draft completed, pair-share with another student.  On the board write who you are paired up with.

After you have had your paper peer-reviewed, ‘share’ the final draft with butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com

11.19.15 QuickDraw Quick Write: Draw a detailed picture that represents your mood today.  Write one sentence that describes how the picture describes your mood.


11.17.15

Personal Mission Statement

Make sure you finish the Personal Mission Statement Template from last time.

When you are done with that, you will be synthesizing the information into an essay of at least twelve (12!!!!!!!!!) sentences.  Write your essay by creating a new ‘Document’ in your Google Drive.

For inspiration, check out these Personal Mission Statement Student Samples.

When you have a rough drive completed, pair-share with another student.  On the board write who you are paired up with.

After you have had your paper peer-reviewed, ‘share’ the rough draft with butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com

11.17.15 QuickDraw QuickWrite: Draw a zebra doing math.  Make it the best zebra EVERRRRRRRRRRRR!  Draw a speech bubble coming from the zebra.  In the speech bubble, write one sentence that describes your Personal Mission Statement.


11.13.15

Review for Digital Citizenship Test by completing the Multiple choice test created last time in class

Take the Digital Citizenship Test

When done, glue in and complete the Personal Mission Statement Template.

11.13.15 QuickDraw and QuickWrite: What are your strengths?  What are your weakness?  What are your values?  Write SIX (6!!!!!!!) sentences and draw a picture.


 

11.10.15

Digital Citizenship

Lesson 6

Lesson 6 Document: Digital Citizenship Lesson 6

Lesson 6 Video: Copyright and Fair Use Animation

Lesson 6 Definitions: Digital Citizenship Lesson 6 Definitions

Lesson 7

Look over the Digital Citizenship Learning Targets and create 7 groups.  Butenhoff will assign each group a learning target.  The group creates a NEW multiple choice question that covers the learning target.  Butenhoff will have a google form ready to go so we can create a class multiple choice test that covers the 7 learning targets.

11.10.15 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  When you use somebody else’s material online, what should you do no matter what?  Look at page one of today’s glue in for help.  Write three sentences and draw a picture.


11.6.16

Digital Citizenship

Lesson 4

Lesson 4 Document: Digital Citizenship Lesson 4

Myths and Realities of Online Predators

Sheyna’s Situation

Tips for Avoiding Risky Online Relationships

Lesson 5

Lesson 5 Document: Digital Citizenship Lesson 5

Use rest of time to finish math.

11.6.15 QuickDraw QuickWrite: How can you avoid risky relationships online?  How can you avoid bias when you’re doing research online?  Draw a picture and write three sentences?


11.4.15

Whole class with Sandra

11.4.15 QuickDraw QuickWrite:  When doing research or listening to an authority, should you just blindly take notes and assume everything is true?  Why not?  What is bias?  What should you do to make sure you’re getting information from a good source?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


11.2.15

Digital Citizenship

Lesson 1

Lesson 1 Document: Digital Citizenship Lesson 1

Lesson 1 Videos:  Abba’s Story and Two Kinds of Stupid

Lesson 2

Lesson 2 Document: Digital Citizenship Lesson 2

Lesson 2 Vidoes: Ricardo’s Story and Stacy’s Story

Lesson 3

Lesson 3 Document: Digital Citizenship Lesson 3

Lesson 3 Data: Sexting Data

Lesson 3 Video: Ally’s Story

11.2.15 QuickDraw QuickWrite: Why is it important to consider ‘Digital Citizenship’ and your ‘Digital Footprint?’  What steps have you already taken to be a good digital citizen?  After what you learned today, are there any changes you will make to become a better digital citizen and to ensure a positive digital footprint?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


10.28.15

Lifeboat Portfolio Project

Continue using Google Drive, to create  ‘Google Slides’ presentation.  This presentation will NOT be shown to the class.

Follow this document for what to include on each slide:  Lifeboat Presentation

When you think you are done, complete this Google form so you can make sure you’ll get full credit!

When you’re sure that you’re done, ‘Share’ the presentation with butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com

10.28.15 QuickDraw QuickWrite: What is something you have learned about being a student this quarter?  What is something you have learned about how to be successful at Franklin High School?  If you could go back in time to the first day of school this year, what would you differently?  What would you do the same?  Draw a picture and write at least three sentences.


10.26.15

1st half of class in Library

2nd half of class:  Lifeboat Portfolio Project

Using Google Drive, create a new ‘Google Slides’ presentation.  This presentation will NOT be shown to the class.

Follow this document for what to include on each slide:  Lifeboat Presentation

10.26.15 QuickDraw QuickWrite: The first quarter of the school year ends this week.  How are you doing?  Are you feeling successful?  What else do you need from Butenhoff to be successful? Draw a picture and write at least three sentences.


10.19.15

1st half of class with counselors Mr. Tran and Ms. Headley.

The List from our Team Meeting

  1. Respect
  2. Kindness
  3. Control
  4. Consequences
  5. Communication
  6. Listening

Who’s in your lifeboat?

We all face challenges.  We can’t do this life alone.  Who are the friends that help you through challenges?

Glue in and complete:  Lifeboat Plan

10.19.15 QuickDraw and QuickWrite: What did you learn from the counselors today?  What is a challenge you expect to face this year in your quest to graduate on time?  What type of friends will help you through this challenge?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


10.15.15

Team Meeting

Turn in ‘Career Exploration Day‘ booklet

According to the research, what are the two most consistent predictors for the on-time graduation of freshmen?

This class is capable of great work:  8th Period College and Career Working

10.15.15 QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  What do you think about today’s Team Meeting?  From ‘The List’ what are the most important items?  How can we make this class the best for everyone?  Write at least 3 sentences and draw a picture.


10.13.15

Entire class in the Library


10.8.15

Who’s in your lifeboat?

We all face challenges.  We can’t do this life alone.  Who are the friends that help you through challenges?

Silently read:  Lifeboat

Glue-in and complete the Lifeboat guiding reading:  Lifeboat Guided Reading

Technology 101

Log in to Naviance, go to ‘About Me’ and set a goal for the next chapter of Algebra.  The goal could be about finishing every assignment, or coming to tutorial once a week, or…whatever.

Take a screen shot (see how:  screen shots on chromebook) and send it to butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com

10.8.15 QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  What is a challenge you’re going to face this year in reaching the goal of on-time graduation?  What are the most accurate predictors for on-time graduation?  From the reading today, what type of friend/friendship would help you through the challenge you think you’re going to face?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


10.6.15

This ish is real: Why Butenhoff goes 100 every day.

Earnings and unemployment rates by educational attainment

Average monthly earnings for high school dropout BEFORE taxes:  $1952.

Average monthly earnings for high school dropout AFTER taxes:  $1301 (Butenhoff 2/3 estimate).

Average price for a 2-bedroom apartment in this neighborhood increased 14% to $1035 a month

Freshman Year-The Make-it or Break-it Year

Cornell Notes:  Freshman Year Cornell

Secret practice for Bartley.

10.6.15 QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  What challenges are you facing your freshman year?  What are the most accurate predictors for on-time graduation?  What does the research say about what Butenhoff can do to help students graduate on-time?  Write at least three sentences and draw a picture.


10.2.15

Technology 101

Go to Oregon CIS

Login using the temporary username ‘1Franklin’ and password ‘FHS03’ (That’s a zero!).

Select ‘Create My Portfolio’ in the blue blox

You are a ‘New User.’  Select ‘Create My Portfolio.’

Complete the form.

Create a username using  your ‘First Initial + Last Name’   For example ‘Trevor Jose-Botas’ becomes ‘tjose’

Create a password using your whole ID number

Submit the form

Interest Survey

Hover over the ‘Exploration’ tab and select ‘Interest Profiler.’  Take this assessment.  It’s long.  180 questions long.  If your get bored.  Take a break and read this:  Lifeboat

Once you have completed the survey.  Write the results in your notebook.

10.2.15 QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  What do the results of the Interest Profiler tell you?  Any surprises?  Do the results make you reconsider who you are, what you like, and what you may want to do?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


9.30.14

Relaxation Station + Technology 101

Relaxation Station

Yoga with teacher and ASP Coordinator Ms. Bartley [10m]

Read this obituary:  Nek Chand [30m]

Take Cornell Notes:  Nek Chand Cornell Notes Glue In [15m]

9.30.15 QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  What was Nek Chand’s real job and what was his secret job?  Which do you think was more rewarding/interesting to Nek Chand?  How do you plan on earning money?  Will it be rewarding/interesting?  What if it’s not? Draw a picture and write at least three sentences. [10m]


9.28.15

Technology 101: Students will be able to learn information and organization skills that will help them become a successful student.  Students will be able to check their grades, calculate their GPA and communicate effectively with their teachers.

Check your grades on Synergy StudentVue.  Your username is ‘First initial+last name+last four digits of your ID number.  You reset your password on 9.22.15.

Calculate your current/realistic/dream GPA using this document:  Calculating GPA

In your notebook, write a the rough draft of an email to Butenhoff with a problem or question about your grade.  Include the following in your email:

1.  Subject line

2.  Salutation  (Salutation Examples)

3.  Introduce yourself in one sentence (Include your name and the class you are in)

4.  Use a sentence or two to describe layout the problem or question

5.  Use a sentence to propose a solution

5.  Closing and your name (Sample Closings)

Show Butenhoff the rough draft of your email.  If approved, you’ll receive the email address to send to.

From last time, Log in to Franklin Naviance and complete the ‘Strengths Explorer Survey.’  Complete the ‘Process Activity.’  Respond to each question with a sentence.  You should have at least four sentences.

Finish anything you are missing in this class.

9.28.15 QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  What is current GPA?  What is your dream GPA?  What can you do to make this dream a reality?  What can Butenhoff do to help?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.


9.24.15

Technology 101

Log in to Franklin Naviance  Your user name is the first letter of your first name and then your last name.  Your password is your ID number.

Glue in and complete the ‘Naviance Family Connection Exploration Activity’:  Naviance Exploration  Respond to each bullet point.

Within Naviance find and complete the ‘Strengths Explorer Survey’

Complete the ‘Process Activity.’  Respond to each question with a sentence.  You should have at least four sentences.

9.24.15 QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  Do you think Naviance is a useful tool?  What did you learn today?  What else do you want to know about colleges and careers?  How can Butenhoff help?  Draw a picture and write at least three sentences.


9.22.15

Technology 101

PPS Password Reset

Password FYI

Create Google Account

In Google Drive, create a CCE folder.

1.  Go to http://drive.google.com

2.  On the left, click new.

3.  Select Folder.

4.  Enter the folder name ‘CCE Portfolio-Last Name, First Name.’

5.  Click Create.

Share folder with teacher

1.  Select ‘My Folders’ on the left hand side.

2.  In the main part of the window, click the check box of your folder.

3.  Click ‘Share’ and then ‘Shared settings…’ from the drop down menu.

4.  Add a collaborator by entering teacher’s email (butenhoffcollegecareer@gmail.com) in the text box labeled ‘Add people.’

5.  Set them to ‘Can view.’

6.  Click ‘Share.’  Teacher will receive an email notification of your shared folder.

Using technology to earn the highest grade possible

Notebook check google form

9.22.15 QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  How does technology make it easier to be a student?  How can a teacher best use technology?  Write three sentences and draw a picture.


9.18.15

This ish is for real. [30m]

Building relationships

Two nations [5m]

Marking the text

Mark and cornell note this text [30m]

9.18.15 QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  Why is teamwork and the data about America important?  Draw a picture and write three sentences. [10m]


9.16.15

Organized?

Who has your back? [20m]

Building relationships

QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  Are you an organized student?  Why?  Draw a picture and write three sentences. [10m]

How organized are you? [10m]

Cause and effects of being organized [35m]

Plan for getting organized [15m]

QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  How can Butenhoff help you achieve your goals of becoming organized?  Draw a picture and write three sentences.  [10m]


9.14.15

Who has your back?

Building relationships

Building relationships [20m]

Campus scavenger hunt [30m for the hunt, 30m for answer sheet]

QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  Who has your back?  Do adults at Franklin have your back?  If you need help at Franklin, are there people to go to?  Do your classmates have your back?  Draw a picture and write three sentences. [10m]


9.10.15

Library Lesson:  Rules and Book Talks with Sonny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [60m]

Finish classwork from Algebra [30m]

 


9.8.15

The danger of a single story

QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  Do you ever think that people assume things about you?  How can you make sure they don’t have a single story about you?  Is that your job?  Draw a picture and write three sentences. [10m]

Identity Posters Gallery Walk [30m]

Finish classwork from Algebra class [40m]

QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  What did you learn about one of your classmates today?  Draw a picture and write three sentences. [10m]


9.3.15

The danger of a single story

QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  What happens when you meet someone you disagree with?  How can you avoid conflict?  Does the person you disagree with have a single story?  Draw a picture and write three sentences. [15m]

Finish posters [75m]


9.1.15

The danger of a single story

QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  What’s one thing about your personality or interests or culture that people may be surprised to learn about you?  Draw a picture and write three sentences. [10m]

Thinking about me [15m]

Thinking about me poster [55m]

QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  What happens when you meet someone you disagree with?  Draw a picture and write three sentences. [10m]


8.28.15

What if money were no object?

QuickDraw and QuickWrite:  What would you do in the future if you didn’t have to worry about money?  Why?  Draw a picture and write five sentences. [15m]

In class activity:  Defend the egg [60m]

Letter to Mr. Butenhoff [15m]


 

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