World Literature Week of February 22-26

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Posted by cliftonj | Posted in World Literature | Posted on February 19, 2016

Things to Remember:

  1. Need textbook Monday –Thursday
  2. Bring Dan Brown book daily
  3. Tuesday Dan Brown Pt2 Assessment
  4. Friday Canto 33 and 34 Quiz

Monday February 22

Learning Goal: To have a working knowledge of allegory and be able to recognize the underlying meaning in literary works.

  1. Vocab Unit 4 / Terms 1-10
  2. PSAT/SAT Language Practice –Commas, read chart and do 1-5, check as a class
  3. Canto 5
    1. Discuss questions with power point
  4. Read Canto 33 and answer questions from reading guide

 

Tuesday February 23

Learning Goal: To have a working knowledge of allegory and be able to recognize the underlying meaning in literary works.

  1. Vocab Unit 4 / Terms 11-20
  2. PSAT/SAT Language Practice –Commas, 6-9, check as a class
  3. Go over Canto 33 questions with PowerPoint
  4. Dan Brown Part 2 Assessment
  5. Read Dan Brown when finish assessment

 

Wednesday February 24

Learning Goal: To have a working knowledge of allegory and be able to recognize the underlying meaning in literary works.

  1. Vocab Unit 4 Choosing the Right Word
  2. PSAT/SAT Language Practice –Commas- 10-12
  3. Read Canto 34 and answer questions
  4. Read Dan Brown when finished

 

Thursday February 25

Learning Goal: Understand modern use of Dante’s Inferno.

  1. Vocab Unit 4 Syn/Ant.
  2. PSAT/SAT Language Practice –Commas- 13-14
  3. Go over Canto 34 questions with PowerPoint
  4. Article with Analyze This Activity “ A Modern Pope gets Old School on the Devil”
  5. Read Dan Brown book when you complete article

 

Friday February 26

Learning Goal: To have a working knowledge of allegory and be able to recognize the underlying meaning in literary works.

    1. Vocab Unit 4 Completing the Sentence #1-10
    2. PSAT/SAT Language Practice –Commas- 15-16
    3. Canto 33/34 quiz
    4. Turn in Analyze This article and answers
    5. Read Dan Brown’s Inferno

 

World Lit Week of February 8-12

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Posted by cliftonj | Posted in World Literature | Posted on February 5, 2016

Reminders:

  • You must have your World Lit textbook with you every day this week!!!!
  • Keep it with you until we finish Dante’s Inferno.
  • Bring your Dan Brown’s Inferno parallel novel with you every day to read every spare minute. Keep up with your calendar. Ch. 27-54, Part 2 Assessment is Feb. 23
  • Any and all make up work should be taken care of before we finish our Dante Unit.
  • Canto 1 quiz Wednesday

 

  • Friday- Vocabulary Unit 3 Quiz
  • Friday- Take up first 5 week of DGP/SAT work for a language grade

Monday 

Learning Goal: To have a working knowledge of allegory and be able to recognize the underlying in literary works.

      1. Vocab Unit 3 (terms 1-20)
      2. SAT- Subject /Verb Agreement
      3. Reading Dante’s Inferno Canto 1
          1. Read along Power Point
          2. Guided Reading Questions
          3. Discuss allegorical nature of poem

Tuesday

Learning Goal: To have a working knowledge of allegory and be able to recognize the underlying in literary works.

      1. Vocab Unit 3 – Choosing the Right Word
      2. SAT- Subject /Verb Agreement
      3. Finish Canto 1 as needed
        1. Turn in questions and go over
      4. Begin reading Canto 3 w/ read along pwr point

 

Wednesday

Learning Goal: To have a working knowledge of allegory and be able to recognize the underlying in literary works.

    1.  Vocab Unit 3–  Synonyms/Antonyms
    2. SAT- Subject /Verb Agreement
    3. Canto 1 quiz (3 strike quiz???)
    4. Finish Canto 3 and questions and turn in??

Thursday

Learning Goal: To have a working knowledge of allegory and be able to recognize the underlying in literary works.

  1. Vocabulary Unit 3 Completing the Sentence
  2. SAT- Subject /Verb Agreement
  3. Canto 1 & 3 reading check
  4. Start Canto 5 if time w/ read along power point

HOMEWORK: BRING YOUR DAN BROWN BOOK!!!! FOR FRIDAY

Friday

Learning Goal: To have a working knowledge of allegory and be able to recognize the underlying in literary works.

  1. Vocab Unit 3 Quiz
  2. SAT- Subject /Verb Agreement
  3. Take up first 5 week of DGP/SAT work for a language grade
  4. Complete any reading guide questions for Cantos I/III
  5. Dan Brown Reading time

World Literature Week of Feb. 1-5

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Posted by cliftonj | Posted in World Literature | Posted on January 29, 2016

World Lit LP Week of Feb. 1-5

Things to remember for this week:

  1. Vocabulary Unit 2 Quiz Thursday Feb. 4
  2. You will need your textbook  on Thursday/Friday  this week.
  3. REMINDER: Part 1 Assessment for Dan Brown’s Inferno is this Friday 2/5!!!!!
  4. Dan Brown Extra Credit project Dan Brown Inferno Projects F2015

 

Monday Feb. 1

LG: To have a working knowledge of allegory and be able to recognize the underlying in literary works.

  1. PSAT- Adjectives vs. Adverbs
  2. Vocab Unit 2 Choosing the right word
  3. Introduce Allegory
    1. Show the “Butter Battle Book” to demonstrate (23 mins)
    2. Activity for Butter Battle Book

 

Tuesday Feb. 2

LG: To have a working knowledge of allegory and be able to recognize the underlying in literary works.

  1. PSAT- Adjectives vs. Adverbs
  2. Vocab – Unit 2 Syn/Ant
  3. If needed, finish and go over Butter Battle activity
  4. Levels of Hell Pre-activity in computer lab Dante Levels of Hell Lab Preactivity Spring 15 large print

 

Wednesday Feb. 3

LG: To have a working knowledge of allegory and be able to recognize the underlying in literary works.

  1. PSAT- Adjectives vs. Adverbs
  2. Vocab – Unit 2 Completing the Sentence
  3. Levels of Hell Pre-activity in computer lab, turn in by the end of class

 

Thursday Feb. 4

LG: To have a working knowledge of allegory and be able to recognize the underlying in literary works.

  1. PSAT- Adjectives vs. Adverbs
  2. Vocab – Unit 2 Quiz
  3. Intro Power Point with Fill in notes sheet
  4. Begin Canto I of Dante’s Inferno(in World Lit textbook) and answering reading guide questions LG: To have a working knowledge of allegory and be able to recognize the underlying in literary works.

 

Friday Feb. 5

LG: How does Dante’s cultural view of heaven affect people today?

  1. PSAT- Adjectives vs. Adverbs
  2. Dan Brown Part 1 Assessment
  3. Dan Brown Reading/Extra Credit Project Day for Dan Brown book/work on Dante’s Inferno questions using text book

World Literature Weeks of Jan. 19-29

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Posted by cliftonj | Posted in World Literature | Posted on January 14, 2016

World Lit LP Week of January 19-29

Reminders for the week:

  • BRING YOUR TEXTBOOKS EVERY DAY!

 

  • Unit 1 Vocabulary Quiz Friday Jan. 22
  • Test over Medieval/Hero Stories Jan. 25
  • Hero Narratives Due Jan. 27

Monday Jan. 18 MLK Jr. Holiday

Tuesday Jan. 19

LG: Identify the hero journey within each story.

  1. Vocab Unit 1
    1. Synonyms and Antonyms
    1. Find Hero Cycle in story
    2. Discuss and complete Critical Reading questions pp. 618   How Siegfried was Slain pages 610-618

Wednesday Jan. 20 

LG: Identify the hero journey within each story.

  1. Vocab Unit 1
    1. Completing the Sentence
  2. The Grail pages 630-641
      1. Find Hero Cycle in story
      2. Discuss and complete Critical Reading questions pp. 641

Thursday Jan. 21

LG: Identify the hero journey within each story.

  1. DGP – Punctuation and Capitalization / Model and create your own compound sentence
  2. Vocab – Charades for 10-15 mins, quiz tomorrow
  3. The Lay of the Werewolf pages 642-648
    1. Find and discuss parts of Hero Cycle
    2. Discuss and complete Critical Reading questions pp. 648
  4. If time: Discuss creating your own Hero Narrative based on Hero’s Cycle
  5. If time: Read Sir Galahad pages 652-655 poem

Friday Jan. 22

LG: Create the hero journey within your story as you write it.

    1. DGP – Diagram Sentence/SAT check your work
    2. Vocab Unit 1 Quiz
    3. Preview Dan Brown’s Inferno and receive reading calendar, calendar begins next week
    4. Hero Narrative Writing with partner
      1. Get with partner and begin writing your Hero Narrative based on Hero Cycle

Monday Jan. 25

LG: Create the hero journey within your story as you write it.

  1. DGP – parts of speech /SAT
    1. {in william shakespeares play julius caesar brutus joins the conspiracy to assassinate caesar but he doesnt think that killing marc antony is necessary}
  2. Unit 2 Vocabulary intro words #1-20
  3. Test over Medieval/Hero Stories
  4. Hero Narrative Writing with Partner
    1. You should be finished by the end of class tomorrow with handwritten story

Tuesday Jan. 26

LG: Create the hero journey within your story as you write it.

  1. DGP – Sentence Parts
  2. Vocab – Unit 2
  • Pair up with one partner for Vocab Poster
  • 1 term per group or single
  • Create vocab poster to present  Thursday, Friday

3. Hero Narrative Writing with Partner

  • You should be finished by the end of class today with handwritten story

 

Wednesday Jan. 27

LG: Share and discuss narratives with another group

  1. DGP – Clauses and Sent Type
  2. Vocab Unit 2 Share Vocabulary posters
  3. Computer Lab to type Hero Narrative
    1. Both partners should type their own copy
    2. Each person should print 1 copy, so that you end up with 2 copies for your group
    3. Have ready for tomorrow to Pair/Share

 

Thursday Jan. 28

LG: Analyze nonfiction article.

  1. DGP – Punctuate and Capitalize and Create your own Compound-Complex sentence
  2. Vocab Unit 2 Share Vocabulary posters
  3. Peer Review of Hero Narratives, pick best story to share with the class, time permitting
  4. Analyze This – “Are You a Hero or Bystander”

 

Friday Jan. 29

LG: To have a working knowledge of allegory and be able to recognize the underlying in literary works.

  1. DGP: Diagram Sentence/Check SAT work
  2. Vocab Unit 2 Share Vocabulary posters
  3. Analyze This – “Are You a Hero or Bystander”
  4. If time, Introduce Allegory
    1. Show the “Butter Battle Book” to demonstrate (23 mins)
    2. Activity for Butter Battle Book

World Literature Lesson Plans January 5-15

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Posted by cliftonj | Posted in World Literature | Posted on January 4, 2016

Reminders: Week of January 5-8

1/5-8 Bring back signed syllabus and student info sheet

1/ 5-11  $12 for Vocabulary books, we will start vocabulary on 1/11

REMINDERS: Week of January 11-15

Textbook needed starting Monday the 11th

Vocabulary books needed for Monday the 11th

Tuesday January 5

LG: Collaborate with peers to create a personal presentation.

  1. Journal: What are the characteristics of a hero?
  2. TRSS forms
  3. Syllabus
  4. Daily Grammar Program Diagnostic ( DGP)– parts of speech, check with colored pens
  5. Partner hero activity. With your partner, write down as many characteristics of a hero as you can come up with. If time, share your hero characteristics with another pair. Merge your characteristics. Create a visual to represent your group’s characteristics.

 

Wednesday January 6

LG: Collaborate with peers to create a personal presentation.

  1. Collect syllabus/sign any TRSS forms
  2. Receipt vocabulary money
  3. Daily Grammar Program Diagnostic ( DGP)–identify sentence parts, check with colored pens
  4. Share your hero characteristics with another pair. Merge your characteristics. Create a visual to represent your group’s characteristics.
  5. Gallery walk to view all heroes. Place on bulletin board. Time permitting.

 

Thursday January 7

LG: Learn how to close read and annotate a piece of text.

  1. Collect syllabus
  2. Receipt vocabulary money
  3. Daily Grammar Program Diagnostic ( DGP)– identify clauses and sentence types, check with colored pens
  4. View Winkler’s Hero Journey http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-makes-a-hero-matthew-winkler
  5. Answer close reading questions as class reads “The Sword and the Stone” pp. 82-88 in Myths and Legends From Ancient Greece and Around the World
  6. Plot Arthur’s hero journey

 

Friday January 8

LG: Learn how to close read and annotate a piece of text.

  1. Collect syllabus
  2. Receipt vocabulary money
  3. Daily Grammar Program Diagnostic ( DGP)– punctuation and capitalization and create your own sentence
  4. Complete annotation activity from Wednesday’s reading as needed
  5. Discuss Arthur’s hero journey
  6. Talk about how different types of heroes with similar hero journeys
  7. View video and create a chart that shows the hero’s journey with specific examples from the video

 

Monday January 11

LG: Learn about the hero’s journey by viewing video.

  1. DGP – the southside baptist church sponsored a festival my mother bought some french pastries there
    1. Parts of Speech
  2. Vocabulary Unit 1
    1. Terms and definitions 1-10
    2. Visualization pics
  3. Finish film and Hero’s Journey Chart
  4. If Time permits: Begin reading from The Song of Roland – page 600-609 in Textbook
    1. Find Hero Cycle in story
    2. Discuss and complete Critical Reading questions pp. 609 

     

    Tuesday January 12

LG: Identify the hero journey within each story.

  1. DGP – Sentence Parts
  2. Vocab Unit 1
    1. Terms and Def 11-20
    2. Visualization pics
  3. Discuss parts of Hero Cycle for Song of Roland if needed
  4. reading from The Song of Roland – page 600-609 in Textbook
    1. Find Hero Cycle in story
    2. Discuss and complete Critical Reading questions pp. 609

    Wednesday January 13

    LG: Identify the hero journey within each story.

    1. DGP – Clauses and Sentence Type
    2. Vocab Unit 1
      1. Choosing the Right Word
    3. How Siegfried was Slain pages 610-618
        1. Find Hero Cycle in story
        2. Discuss and complete Critical Reading questions pp. 618 

Thursday January 14 

LG: Identify the hero journey within each story.

    1. DGP – Punctuation and Capitalization / Model and create your own compound sentence
    2. Vocab Unit 1
      1. Synonyms and Antonyms
    3. The Grail pages 630-641
      1. Find Hero Cycle in story
      2. Discuss and complete Critical Reading questions pp. 641

       

       

      Friday January 1

LG: Identify the hero journey within each story.

    1. DGP – Diagram Sentence
    2. Vocab – Charades for 10-15 mins
    3. Preview Dan Brown’s Inferno and receive reading calendar, calendar begins next week
    4. The Lay of the Werewolf pages 642-648
      1. Find and discuss parts of Hero Cycle
      2. Discuss and complete Critical Reading questions pp. 648
    5. If time: Discuss creating your own Hero Narrative on Tuesday based on Hero’s Cycle
    6. If time: Read Sir Galahad pages 652-655 poem

 

World Literature Weeks of Dec. 7-11 and 14-18

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Posted by cliftonj | Posted in World Literature | Posted on December 4, 2015

WL LP Week of Dec. 7-11, 14-18

Reminders:

  1. Quiz Unit 7 Vocabulary Wednesday Dec. 9
  2. SLO Thursday Dec. 10
  3. LOTF Assessment Friday Dec. 11
  4. Final Exams Dec. 17th and 18th

 

Monday Dec. 7

LG: To communicate with peers about personal opinions in a positive manner.

  1. Voc Unit 7 Review for quiz on Wednesday
  2. Socratic Seminar
  3. Work on SLO practice questions

 

Tuesday Dec. 8

LG: Understand commonly confused words.

  1. Voc Unit 7 Review for quiz on Wednesday
  2. Review commonly confused words
  3. Work on SLO practice questions

 

Wednesday Dec. 9

LG: To prepare for the SLO

  1. Vocabulary Unit 7 quiz
  2. Review SLO practice
  3. Review Julius Caesar

 

Thursday Dec. 10

LG: To review for LOTF.

  1. SLO
  2. Review for LOTF test tomorrow http://prezi.com/2ubzvh15xvdr/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy

 

Friday Dec. 11

LG: To show mastery of LOTF novel.

  1. LOTF Assessment
  2. LOTF film

 

Monday Dec. 14 (Mrs. Clifton’s Birthday!)

LG: Compare the novel and the film

  1. Complete film LOTF
  2. Write a comparison between film and novel’
  3. Begin comprehensive review for final

 

Tuesday Dec. 15

LG: Prepare for final exam.

  1. Review and prepare for final exam

 

Wednesday Dec. 16

LG: Prepare for final exam.

  1. Review and prepare for final exam

 

Thursday Dec. 17

Final Exam for 1st and 2nd periods

Friday Dec. 18

Final Exam for 3rd and 4th periods

 

 

 

 

World Lit Week of Nov. 30-Dec. 4

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Posted by cliftonj | Posted in World Literature | Posted on November 20, 2015

World Literature / November 30 – December 4

 

Reminders:

  • Socratic Seminar will take place on Monday December 7
  • LOTF Unit Test: Wednesday December 9
    • Review Tuesday Dec. 8
  • S.L.O. Review cold passage December 9
  • S.L.O. Post Test will take place on December 10

Monday

  1. Vocabulary Unit 7
  2. LOTF chapter 9 with questions
  3. Begin working on Socratic Seminar questions Socratic Discussion LOTF
  4. Partner read: Social Isolation: A Modern Plague Social Isolation Columned Article Social Isolation Columned Article

 

Tuesday

  1. Vocab: Unit 7
  2. LOTF chapter 10 with questions
  3. Finish Social Isolation article
  4. Work on Socratic Seminar questions

Wednesday

  1. Vocab: Unit 7
  2. LOTF chapter 11 with questions
  3. Article and summary due from each partner
  4. Work on Socratic Seminar questions

Thursday

  1. Vocab: Unit 7
  2. LOTF: begin chapter 12 with questions
  3. Work on Socratic Seminar questions

Friday

  1. Vocab: Unit 7
  2. LOTF: finish chapter 12 with questions
  3. Work on Socratic Seminar questions

World Lit Week of Nov. 16-20

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Posted by cliftonj | Posted in World Literature | Posted on November 13, 2015

World Literature Week of November 16-20

Monday November 16

LG: Determine a theme and/or central idea of text and closely analyze its development over the course of the text, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objective summary of the text. ELAGSE9-10RL2 Analyze how an author’s choices concerning how to structure a text, order events within it (e.g., parallel plots), and manipulate time (e.g., pacing, flashbacks) create such effects as mystery, tension, or surprise. ELAGSE9-10RL5

  1. Writing Workshop: Argument Writing/CEI
  2. Read Ch. 6 LOTF answer all questions

 

Tuesday November 17

LG: Determine a theme and/or central idea of text and closely analyze its development over the course of the text, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objective summary of the text. ELAGSE9-10RL2 Analyze how an author’s choices concerning how to structure a text, order events within it (e.g., parallel plots), and manipulate time (e.g., pacing, flashbacks) create such effects as mystery, tension, or surprise. ELAGSE9-10RL5

  1. Writing Workshop: Lead ins /Lead Outs
  2. Quiz LOTF Ch. 4-6
  3. Read Ch. 7 LOTF and answer all questions

 

Wednesday November 18

LG: Determine a theme and/or central idea of text and closely analyze its development over the course of the text, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objective summary of the text. ELAGSE9-10RL2 Analyze how an author’s choices concerning how to structure a text, order events within it (e.g., parallel plots), and manipulate time (e.g., pacing, flashbacks) create such effects as mystery, tension, or surprise. ELAGSE9-10RL5

  1. Writer’s Workshop- View a sample argument essay with the rubric
  2. Read Ch. 8 LOTF and answer all questions

 

Thursday November 19

LG: Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts, using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence. ELAGSE9-10W1

 

    1. Timed Writing- LOTF
  • Complete Ch. 8 LOTF and all questions 

 

Friday November 20

LG: Analyze the representation of a subject or a key scene in two different

artistic mediums including what is emphasized or absent in each treatment. ELAGSE9-10RL7

  1. Discuss answers to questions from LOTF Ch. 6-8
  2. View “ The 100” to compare to boys in LOTF

 

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!

World Lit Week of November 9-13

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Posted by cliftonj | Posted in World Literature | Posted on November 5, 2015

World Literature / November 9-13

 

Reminders:

  • Have LOTF novel with you everyday
  • LOTF Ch. 1-3 Quiz Monday Nov. 9
  • Vocabulary Quiz Unit 6 Wednesday Nov. 11th
  • Poetry Slam – poem due Friday
  • Socratic Seminar Questions due Monday Nov. 16

MONDAY

LG: Determine a theme and/or central idea of text and closely analyze its development over the course of the text, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objective summary of the text. ELAGSE9-10RL2

 Analyze how an author’s choices concerning how to structure a text, order events within it (e.g., parallel plots), and manipulate time (e.g., pacing, flashbacks) create such effects as mystery, tension, or surprise. ELAGSE9-10RL5

 

  1. Image Grammar – poem
  2. Vocab Quiz – Chapter 1-3
  3. Chapter 4 LOTF read
    1. Study guide questions
  4. Complete character sketch LOTF due Tuesday

TUESDAY

LG: Determine a theme and/or central idea of text and closely analyze its development over the course of the text, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objective summary of the text. ELAGSE9-10RL2

 Analyze how an author’s choices concerning how to structure a text, order events within it (e.g., parallel plots), and manipulate time (e.g., pacing, flashbacks) create such effects as mystery, tension, or surprise. ELAGSE9-10RL5

 

  1. Image Grammar – poem
  2. Vocab Unit 6 – review
    1. Quiz tomorrow
  3. Chapter  4 LOTF
    1. Study guide questions

WEDNESDAY

LG: Determine a theme and/or central idea of text and closely analyze its development over the course of the text, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objective summary of the text. ELAGSE9-10RL2

 Analyze how an author’s choices concerning how to structure a text, order events within it (e.g., parallel plots), and manipulate time (e.g., pacing, flashbacks) create such effects as mystery, tension, or surprise. ELAGSE9-10RL5

 

  1. Vocab Quiz Chapter 6
  2. Image Grammar – poem
  3. Start Lost – Episode 1

THURSDAY

LG:

Analyze the representation of a subject or a key scene in two different artistic mediums including what is emphasized or absent in each treatment. ELAGSE9-10RL7

 

  1. Image Grammar – poem
    1. Choose your favorite/best poem for Slam tomorrow
    2. Edit and write neatly to turn in on Friday
  2. Finish Lost
    1. Compare/Contrast handout
  3. Read Ch. 5 LOTF and answer questions

FRIDAY

 

LG:

      Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts, using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence.

ELAGSE9-10WL

  1. Poetry Slam
    1. Be prepared to read you poem
  2. Complete Ch. 5 and questions

World Literature Week of November 2-6

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Posted by cliftonj | Posted in World Literature | Posted on October 31, 2015

World Literature Week of November 2-6

Monday November 2

 

LG: Determine a theme and/or central idea of text and closely analyze its development over the course of the text,

including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objective summary of the text. ELAGSE9-10RL2

 

1.      1.Intro Vocabulary Unit 6 words #1-10

2.      Image grammar- groups depending on individual student needs

3.      Pick up books in Media Center

4.      Continue The Lord of the Flies intro Prezi

5.      Begin reading Ch 1 w/ guided reading questions

 

 

Tuesday November 3

 

LG: Determine a theme and/or central idea of text and closely analyze its development over the course of the text,

including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objective summary of the text. ELAGSE9-10RL2

 

1.      Intro Vocabulary Unit 6 words #11-20

2.      Image grammar

3.      LOTF read ch. 1-2 w/ guided reading questions

 

Wednesday November 4

 

LG: Determine a theme and/or central idea of text and closely analyze its development over the course of the text,

including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objective summary of the text. ELAGSE9-10RL2

 

1.      Vocabulary Unit 6 Choosing the right word

2.      Image grammar

3.      Discuss gender roles

4.      LOTF read ch. 2-3 w/ guided reading questions

 

Thursday November 5

 

LG: Determine a theme and/or central idea of text and closely analyze its development over the course of the text,

including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objective summary of the text. ELAGSE9-10RL2

 

1.      Vocabulary Unit 6 check Choosing the right word

2.      Image grammar

3.      Compare and Contrast LOTF vs. Kid’s Nation video

4.      Complete reading of Ch. 3 and questions

 

Friday November 6

 

LG: Determine a theme and/or central idea of text and closely analyze its development over the course of the text,

including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objective summary of the text. ELAGSE9-10RL2

 

1.      Vocabulary Unit 6 review of words

3.      Complete Ch. 3 and questions LOTF

4.      Begin Character Sketch LOTF

CHARACTER SKETCH LOTF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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