September 20

World Lit Week 6: September 21-25

Gilgamesh Statue

Student Weekly Check List

  • Non-fiction “Gilgamesh” reading assignment- Wed. 9/23
  • Gilgamesh Battle with Humbaba- Friday 9/25

 

**All handouts are in your Office 365 Class Notebook (CBN)  Class notebook Link

MONDAY:   

Learning Goal(s): Students will collaborate with peers to create a definition and illustration of an ideal hero to discuss with class

CTLS Live Session

Independent Work Session

  • Finish

 

TUESDAY:

Learning Goal(s): Through reading and analysis, compare and contrast heroes of the ancient Sumerians and Hebrews.

CTLS Live Session

  • Grammar: Caught Ya Grammar #1 (CNB/Grammar)
  • Intro Gilgamesh with Crash Course #26
  • Complete close reading of NF Article “The Epic of Gilgamesh: What is this story about anyway?“ with questions (reading grade) (CBN/assignments)

Independent Work Session

  • Finish NF article and questions

 

WEDNESDAY

Independent workday and sessions as needed

**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: Through reading and analysis, compare and contrast heroes of the ancient Sumerians and Hebrews

CTLS Live Session

  • Grammar: Caught Ya Grammar #2 (CNB/Grammar)
  • Review NF article from Tuesday
  • Read Gilgamesh and the Battle of Humbaba paraphrased version (CBN/assignments) and the Interactive Reading version answering reading questions in the margin.

Independent Work Session

  • Continue to work on your Gilgamesh reading assignment

FRIDAY

LG: Through reading and analysis, compare and contrast heroes of the ancient Sumerians and Hebrews

CTLS Live Session

  • Finish Gilgamesh assignments and submit for grade
  • Listen Hebrew giant-killing story
  • Compare and contrast the two with graphic organizer in (CNB/handouts)
  • Closer: Review Gilgamesh with student created film rendition

Independent Work Session

READ independent book choice and Happy Fall break


Posted September 20, 2020 by Francine Hagerty in category World Lit

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