September 6

World Lit Week 4: September 7-11

 

Student To Do List:

  • NoRedInk Diagnostic -Tuesday 9/8
  • NoRedInk Caps in Quotes-Thursday 9/10
  • Independent reading Padlet Friday 9/11
  • Trickster Analysis GO (in CNB) -Monday 9/14

MONDAY:   HOLIDAY

TUESDAY:

Learning Goal(s): Read and analyze trickster tales from different cultures answering “How is the culture reflected in the tale?  What was the purpose of the tale?”  (RL1-2, 3-6)

CTLS Live Session

  • Continue reading and analyzing Trickster archetype in tales from various cultures “Hermes the Cattle Thief” (Ancient Greek) CNB/handouts/Hermes
    • View Crash Course #21
    • Read tale together
    • Complete literary analysis graphic organizer in CNB
  • Join NoRedInk with this one-time link: and take diagnostic

Independent Work Session

  • Finish NoRedink Diagnostic

 

 

WEDNESDAY

Independent workday and sessions as needed

  • Finish NoRedInk Diagnostic

**I am available to help 1-3:30 today if you need assistance.  Email or Remind text me to schedule a help session.

 

THURSDAY

LG: Read and analyze trickster tales from different cultures answering “How is the culture reflected in the tale?  What was the purpose of the tale?”  (RL1-2, 3-6)

CTLS Live Session

  • Continue reading and analyzing Trickster archetype in tales from various cultures Native American tales CNB/handouts/Native American
    • View Crash Course #22
    • Read the trickster tale “Coyote and the Origin of Death” a Caddo Tale
    • Complete literary analysis graphic organizer in CNB
  • NoRedInk Caps in Quotes Practice

Independent Work Session

  • Finish NoRedInk practice
  • Read

 

FRIDAY

LG: Read and analyze trickster tales from different cultures answering “How is the culture reflected in the tale?  What was the purpose of the tale?”  (RL1-2, 3-6)

CTLS Live Session

  • Book check-Padlet Introduction
  • Continue reading and analyzing Trickster archetype in tales from various cultures “Odysseus and Cyclops” (Ancient Greek) CNB/handouts/Odysseus
    • Discuss “Can a trickster be a hero?”
    • View Odysseus and the Cyclops
    • Complete literary analysis graphic organizer in CNB

Independent Work Session

  • Finish any missing or late assignments
  • READ


Posted September 6, 2020 by Francine Hagerty in category World Lit

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