September 13

American Lit Week 5: September 14-18

Puritan/Colonial Lit

Student Weekly Checklist:
  • Lit Term Tuesday notes – catchup #1-3 due Tuesday 9/15
  • Figurative Language Visual Vocab- Tuesday 9/15
  • Rhetorical device Collaboration Choice Project-
  • Independent reading book -Continue to read-TBD

MONDAY:   

Learning Goal(s): Gain understanding of Colonial/Puritan literary time period and understand and use figurative language

CTLS Live Session

  • Continue Intro Puritan/Colonial time period with PPT slide
  • Read and analyze “To My Dear and Loving Husband” by Bradstreet (CNB/handout/poetry)
  • Work Session: Figurative Language Visual Vocab (CNB/Assignments/Figurative Language)

Independent Work Session

  • Work on Figurative langue Visual Vocab

 

TUESDAY:

Learning Goal(s):  Gain understanding of Colonial/Puritan literary time period and understand and use figurative language

CTLS Live Session

  • Kahoot Figurative language Review

Independent Work Session

  • Finish journal entry
  • Lit Term Catch up- CNB/Lit Terms watch the video and take notes Lit Term Tuesday
  • Finish Figurative langue Visual Vocab for a grade

 

WEDNESDAY

Independent workday and sessions as needed

 

**I am available 1-3:30 if you need help!  Email or Remind me to set up a help session.

 

THURSDAY

LGAnalyze and evaluate the effectiveness of the structure and rhetoric an author uses in his argument in seminal U.S. texts (RI4-6,8)

CTLS Live Session

  • MUG 2B (from last week)
  • Introduce Rational/Colonial time period with PDF/PPT
  • Pretest on figurative language and rhetorical devices Microsoft Forms (CNB/Quiz/Rhetorical Devices)
  • Collaborating as a class, create QHT chart of rhetorical Devices (CNB/Handouts/QHT)
  • Rhetorical Devices collaboration choice projects- planning and doing

Independent Work Session

  • Work on your rhetorical device project

 

FRIDAY

LG: Analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of the structure and rhetoric an author uses in his argument in seminal U.S. texts (RI4-6,8)

CTLS Live Session

Independent Work Session

  • Read your independent choice novel


Posted September 13, 2020 by Francine Hagerty in category American Lit

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