WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20
Grade 6 10:45 - 11:45
FRIDAY, MARCH 22
2019 Know Your Purpose
I am sorry to inform you that I have injured my right knee and it requires surgery. Keep going on Khan and Lexia. I’ve added more Great Books. You can also work in groups to complete pages in the Your Turn Practice book. That’s all I have for now. Hope to see you as soon as possible.
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Shadow of a Bull
I AM A GIANT CHORDS
How To Study
OWL WRITING HELPER
Follow these instructions:
Sign in to Classroom at classroom.google.com.
On the homepage, click Add Join class.
Enter the code and click Join. GOOGLE CLASSCODE:
Khan Academy Classcode:
Interactive Coordinate plane
Coordinate plane game
JOURNALS FOR TWEENS
PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES’ ROUTINE
Letters to Your Future Self
Idioms for kids
2019 ELD QUIZLET
Learn to Code
Metaphors for Kids
STATE TEST PRACTICE
Disney Dream Big Princess
Questions for Journals
Mr. Math Blog
ELA POST TEST Test ID 222462
User name which is in the format: M.Arcieri
There is an enormous difference between just showing up for school compared to knowing you belong here because you see that the work we do makes you valuable. More importantly, how you feel about working should not stop you from knowing that the work will make you better.
Life satisfaction is a byproduct of transitioning from being a seeker, or someone who wants a certain lifestyle, to a practitioner, or someone who lives that lifestyle day in and day out. “Practice,” writes the philosopher Terry Patten, “is about waking up again and again, and choosing to show up in life in alignment with one’s highest intelligence, or what matters most to them."
Unfortunately, there is no quick fix for this; no one-off goal to achieve. “A whole life of regular, ongoing practice is necessary,” writes Patten. “We are always reinforcing the neural circuits associated with what we are doing. Whatever way we are being, we’re more likely to be that way in the future. This means we are always practicing something.”
For 2019 I'd encourage you to think less of goals and resolutions and more in terms of practice. What are your core values? What specific practices work in service of them? How can you create an environment in which it becomes natural to regularly practice these values? How can you bring them to everything you do? Whom might you enlist to walk the path with you? What will you do when you fail? Can you show discipline and compassion toward yourself at the same time?
ART CHALLENGE: DRAW THIS!
OUR CURRENT PURPOSE AND TOPICS:
Use the above link to help you begin your research for your argumentative essay.
Look in the mirror. You chose the wrong people.