May 4

Brit Lit Week 16 & 17: May 4-12

I’ll Miss You, Seniors!

Digital Learning Week 7-8

We will finish working on our independent novel essay.  Keep up the good work.  Remember, you can talk with me via Teams or text with Remind or email or in our class notebook.  The possibilities are endless!  😊

A note on grades: I have posted grades for your digital learning. If you completed it but the grade did not help your overall average, I did not include it.  Feedback is available on your individual assignments.

The last Assignment Checklist:

  1. Practice Adulting: cook a meal, do the laundry, mow the lawn, work on transition goals…learn to do something new that will help you when you live on your own!
  2. Independent Novel/Film Analysis Essay- May 12th (final exam)
  3. Discussion Post Week 7 (post your response in our “collaboration” section of our class notebook) -due Thursday May 7th

Independent Novel/Film Analysis Essay: (all handout our in the class notebook content library)

  1. This is the final assignment for your semester long independent novel study, and it will be used as your final exam grade if you choose to complete it. This assignment represents a culmination of all the Reading, Writing, and Language standards in this course. If you choose to complete this assignment, you MUST HAND IT IN BY MIDNIGHT ON TUESDAY, MAY 12 for the grade to be entered into the gradebook. All handouts need for writing your essay are in our class notebook in the Independent Novel folder

  

Class Discussion Post:  Week 7

  1. We will FINISH our class discussion posts this week! You will respond to the question with at least 5 sentences.  You will find the question and place to respond in our “collaboration” section of our class notebook.  Be sure to respond to a peer’s post as well.

We will continue using Remind, my blog, Teams, and our Office 365 Class Notebook to interact and submit assignments. Please see the links to the right for help logging into Office 365 from home, Vocab resources, and under Tech Links you will find quick links to NoRedInk and Audible.

 

April 26

Brit Lit Week 15: April 27-30

Time to compare and contrast!

Digital Learning Week 6

We will continue working on independent novel work this week!  Keep up the good work.  Remember, you can talk with me via Teams or text with Remind or email or in our class notebook.  The possibilities are endless!  😊

A note on grades: I have posted grades for your digital learning. If you completed it but the grade did not help your overall average, I did not include it.  Feedback is available on your individual assignments.

This Week’s Assignment Checklist:

  1. Practice Adulting: cook a meal, do the laundry, mow the lawn, work on transition goals…learn to do something new that will help you when you live on your own!
  2. Vocab Unit 20: Visual Representation- Due Thursday April 30th
  3. Independent Novel: Submit your Novel reading notes and Film Study worksheets for grading and feedback if you haven’t already; Complete Venn Diagram- due Monday May 4th
  4. Discussion Post Week 6 (post your response in our “collaboration” section of our class notebook)

Independent novel Studies: (all handout our in the class notebook content library)

  1. Submit your Novel Reading Notes and Film Study worksheets for grading and feedback if you haven’t already
  2. Complete a Venn Diagram compare and contrasting your novel and its film adaptation and share with me as well as post in your independent novel page; a copy is in our content library.

 

 

Class Discussion Post:  Week 6

  1. We will continue our discussion post this week. Think of this as your journal and our class discussion mixed into one! You will respond to the question with at least 5 sentences.  You will find the question and place to respond in our “collaboration” section of our class notebook.  Be sure to respond to a peer’s post as well.

Vocabulary Unit 20:

  1. Finish and submit your visual representations for all 12 of your words using any medium you would like. You can draw them on one sheet or individual sheets, create a PPT with images from the web, or take photographs with your phone.  Just be sure to include the word with your image.  I am planning 2 weeks for this assignment, so be creative and thoughtful in how you want to represent the word and your process.

 

We will continue using Remind, my blog, Teams, and our Office 365 Class Notebook to interact and submit assignments. Please see the links to the right for help logging into Office 365 from home, Vocab resources, and under Tech Links you will find quick links to NoRedInk and Audible.

April 19

Brit Lit Week 14: April 20-24

Visual Vocab

Digital Learning Week 5:  I miss you guys!

Now that you have finished your novels, we will begin our novel and film analysis. This week, you will want to view your film, maybe a couple of times, and complete the “Film Study Worksheet” which will help you with your compare and contrast analysis.  We will take a break from NoRedInk but continue our class discussions and learning new vocab.

A note on grades: I have posted grades for your digital learning. If you completed it but the grade did not help your overall average, I did not include it.  Feedback is available on your individual assignments.

We will continue using Remind, my blog, Teams, and our Office 365 Class Notebook to interact and submit assignments. Please see the links to the right for help logging into Office 365 from home, Vocab resources, and under Tech Links you will find quick links to NoRedInk and Audible.

This Week’s Assignment Checklist:

  1. Practice Adulting: cook a meal, do the laundry, mow the lawn, work on transition goals…learn to do something new that will help you when you live on your own!
  2. Vocab Unit 20: Visual Representation (you will have two weeks to complete this assignment)
  3. Independent Novel: Complete the “Film Study Worksheet” found in our class notebook and share with me or post in your assignment section in the class notebook
  4. Discussion Post Week 5 (post your response in our “collaboration” section of our class notebook)

** See below for directions.  All handouts are in our Office 365 class notebook.

Independent novel Studies: (all handout our in the class notebook content library)

  1. Watch the film adaptation of your novel.
  2. Complete the “Film Study Worksheet” to help you prepare for your Novel-Film Analysis essay.
  3. Share with me or post in your assignment section in the class notebook

 

Class Discussion Post:  Week 5

  1. We will continue our discussion post this week. Think of this as your journal and our class discussion mixed into one! You will respond to the question with at least 5 sentences.  You will find the question and place to respond in our “collaboration” section of our class notebook.  Be sure to respond to a peer’s post as well.

Vocabulary Unit 20:

  1. Time to let the creative juices flow. Create visual representations for all 12 of your words using any medium you would like.  You can draw them on one sheet or individual sheets, create a PPT with images from the web, or take photographs with your phone.  Just be sure to include the word with your image.  I am planning 2 weeks for this assignment, so be creative and thoughtful in how you want to represent the word and your process.
April 13

Brit Lit Week 13: April 13-16

You did it!

Digital Learning Week 4

Welcome back from Spring Break!

We will continue using Remind, my blog, Teams, and our Office 365 Class Notebook to interact and submit assignments. Please see the links to the right for help logging into Office 365 from home, Vocab resources, and under Tech Links you will find quick links to NoRedInk and Audible.

This Week’s Assignment Checklist:

  1. Make-up Work: Priority #1:  If you have missing work from before digital learning, I sent you an individualized email with copies of the assignments.  Complete those and share the assignment links with me in Office 365 or post in your Assignment tab of the class notebook.
  2. Practice Adulting: cook a meal, do the laundry, install a ceiling fan…learn to do something new that will help you when you live on your own!
  3. Vocab Unit 20: page 227 in your vocab book
  4. Independent Novel: Complete the “Novel Notes for Analysis” found in our class notebook
  5. NoRedInk- Using Colons and Semicolons (your login info is in your assignment section of the class notebook & link is to the right.)
  6. Discussion Post Week 4 (post your response in our “collaboration” section of our class notebook)

 

** See below for directions.  All handouts are in our Office 365 class notebook.

 

Independent novel Studies: (all handout our in the class notebook content library)

Great job reading your independent novel.  Don’t you feel accomplished.

  1. Complete “Novel Notes for Analysis” (handout in our class notebook). Download them and save as using you name in the new title.  If you can questions completing the pages, let me know.

Class Discussion Post:  Week 4

  1. We will continue our discussion post this week. Think of this as your journal and our class discussion mixed into one! You will respond to the question with at least 5 sentences.  You will find the question and place to respond in our “collaboration” section of our class notebook.

Vocabulary Unit 20:

  1. Using the online resources and your book, review the new words found in Unit 20
  2. Complete page 227 in your vocab book
  3. Did you complete the class PPT introducing the words?  If not, please complete your slides by clicking here. Everybody does 2 slides/words (First come, first choice of words).  I shared the template with you.  Just pick your two words and create a slide for each including:
  • Word
  • Meaning
  • Part of speech
  • Use it in a sentence
  • Add an image to help convey the meaning.

Grammar/Conventions:

  1. Log on to com (link to the right under “Tech Link”) and complete the Colon and SemiColons

 

 

Learning Goals:

British Author/novel study

Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text, including determining where the text leaves matters uncertain.(RL1)

Determine two or more themes or central ideas of text and analyze their development over the course of the text, including how they interact and build on one another to produce a complex account; provide an objective summary of the text. (RL2)

Journal/Discussion: Write routinely over extended time frames for a range of tasks, purposes, and audiences. (W10)

NoRedInk: Demonstrate command of the conventions of grammar and usage (L1, L2)

Vocab: Acquire and use accurately general academic and domain-specific words (L6):

 

March 29

Brit Lit Week 12: March 30-April 3

You can do this!

Digital Learning Week 3

I miss my boys!  Good job those of you who are staying engaged and working on your studies.  This week  you should finish your independent novel.  We will start writing our analysis essays after break.  You will  complete your novel study notes.  More on that below.

Don’t forget that Microsoft Teams is up and running.  Give it a go!   Click on teams and then the chat button.  Leave me a message so I know you found it.  This will be great way to communicate.

We will continue using Remind, my blog. and our Office 365 Class Notebook to interact and submit assignments. Please see the links to the right for help logging into Office 365 from home, Vocab resources,  and under Tech Links you will find quick links to NoRedInk and Audible.

Watch this video to learn how to share links into forms:

** See below for directions.  All handouts are in our Office 365 class notebook.

Assignment Checklist: Due by Saturday April 3rd:

  1. Practice Adulting: cook a meal, do the laundry, install a ceiling fan…learn to do something new that will help you when you live on your own!
  2. Vocab Unit 20: pages 225 and 226 in your vocab book
  3. FINAL Book Checks #8 & #9 – You should finish reading your independent novel this week. Complete the form in your “Independent novel” book check page in class notebook)
  4. NoRedInk “Sentence Practice” (your login info is in your assignment section of the class notebook & link is to the right.)
  5. Discussion Post Week 3 Book Review (post your response in our “collaboration” section of our class notebook)

Independent novel Studies: (all handout our in the class notebook content library)

  1. READ, READ, READ every day. Remember to annotate the text and create chapter summaries using bullets.  Use your pink reading chart to keep pace.
  2. Reading Check #8 and #9 are due Saturday.  Complete the form in your “Independent novel” book check page in our class notebook.  Just type in your bullets highlighting plot events of that chapter and your thoughts and/or questions.
  3. Complete novel notes (handout in our class notebook)

Class Discussion Post:  Week 3

  1. We will continue our discussion posts this week. Think of this as your journal and our class discussion mixed into one! You will respond to the question with at least 5 sentences.  You will find the question and place to respond in our “collaboration” section of our class notebook.

Vocabulary Unit 20:

  1. Using the online resources and your book, review the words found in Unit 20
  2. Complete pages 225 and 226 in your vocab book
  3.  Did you complete the class PPT introducing the words?  If not, please complete your slides by clicking here. Everybody does 2 slides/words (First come, first choice of words).  I shared the template with you.  Just pick your two words and create a slide for each including:
  • Word
  • Meaning
  • Part of speech
  • Use it in a sentence
  • Add an image to help convey the meaning.

Grammar/Conventions:

  1. Log on to com (link to the right under “Tech Link”) and complete the Sentence Practice.
  2. Did you complete Confusing words from last week? If not, do it!
March 23

Brit Lit Week 11: March 23-27

Digital Learning Week 2

Exciting new resources:

Our Vocab book is now available online. In addition to the games and activities you have available using the vocab link to the right, the publishers have offered access to the actual text just case you left your book at school.  Information is on our vocab page in the class notebook and to the right on the Vocab for Success page.

 

Free audiobooks at Audible https://stories.audible.com/start-listen (You can hear your novel being read as you follow along!)

Microsoft Teams is up and running!  You know that pesky icon that comes up every time you log in the computer.  You can access Teams on your Office 365 home page.  Click on teams and then the chat button.  Leave me a message so I know you found it.

We will continue using Remind, my blog. and our Office 365 Class Notebook to interact and submit assignments. Please see the links to the right for help logging into Office 365 from home, Vocab resources,  and under Tech Links you will find quick links to NoRedInk and Audible.

Assignment Checklist: Due by Saturday March 28st:

  1. Vocab Unit 20: Individual Slides (2) for our class PowerPoint.  I shared the link with you, so check your one drive.
  2. Book Check #8 -Complete the form in your “Independent novel” book check page in class notebook)
  3. NoRedInk Confusing Words Practice (your login info is in your assignment section of the class notebook & link is to the right.)
  4. “DL Week 2” Discussion Post (post your response in our “collaboration” section of our class notebook)

 

** See below for directions.  All handouts are in our Office 365 class notebook.

Independent novel Studies:

  1. READ, READ, READ every day. Remember to annotate the text and create chapter summaries using bullets.  Use your pink reading chart to keep pace.
  2. Reading Check #8 is due Saturday.  Complete the form in your “Independent novel” book check page in our class notebook.  Just type in your bullets highlighting plot events of that chapter and your thoughts and/or questions.

Class Discussion Post:

  1. We will begin our discussion post this week. Think of this as your journal and our class discussion mixed into one! You will respond to the question with at least 5 sentences.  You will find the question and place to respond in our “collaboration” section of our class notebook.

Vocabulary Unit 20 Class PowerPoint:

  1. Did you submit unit 19 RAFT to the class notebook Vocab section? If not, do it!
  2. Using the online resources and your book, review the new words found in Unit 20
  3. We will create a class PPT introducing the words. Everybody does 2 slides/words (First come, first choice of words).  I shared the template with you.  Just pick your two words and create a slide for each including:
  • Word
  • Meaning
  • Part of speech
  • Use it in a sentence
  • Add an image to help convey the meaning.

Grammar/Conventions:

  1. Log on to com (link to the right under “Tech Link”) and complete the Confusing Words practice
  2. Did you complete the diagnostic last week? If not, do it!

Read for pleasure, cook a meal, play a board game, learn to change a tire or do some landscaping.  You are soon to be graduates, practice “adulting” while you have some extra time.  Explore your post-secondary options.  MISS YOU!

March 14

Brit Lit Week 10: March 16-20 On-line Learning

As we embark on this learning voyage, be sure to stay in contact with me especially if you are having any difficulties.  I am here for you!  We will be using Remind, my blog. and our Office 365 Class Notebook to interact and submit assignments. Please see the links to the right for help logging into Office 365 from home. Also, under Tech Links you will find quick links to NoRedInk and our vocab words.  We practiced at school.  Be patient and flexible.  Communicate with me.

During our online learning, we will postpone our Macbeth studies and focus on our independent novels, vocabulary, and grammar.

Assignment Checklist: Due by Saturday March 21st:

  1. Vocab Unit 19 RAFT (copy your document link into the form on “Vocabulary” page in content library in our class notebook)
  2. Book Check #7 -Complete the form in your “Independent novel” book check page in class notebook)
  3. NoRedInk Diagnostic Pretest (your login info is in your assignment section of the class notebook & link is to the right.)
  4. “Digital Learning” Discussion Post (post your response in our “collaboration” section of our class notebook)

**See below for more directions.  All assignments are in our class notebook on Office 365.

Independent novel Studies:

  1. READ, READ, READ every day. Remember to annotate the text and create chapter summaries using bullets.  Use your pink reading chart to keep pace.
  2. Reading Check #7 is due Saturday.  Complete the form in your “Independent novel” book check page in our class notebook.  Just type in your bullets highlighting plot events of that chapter and your thoughts and/or questions.

Class Discussion Post:

  1. We will begin our discussion post this week. Think of this as your journal and our class discussion mixed into one! You will respond to the question with at least 5 sentences.  You will find the question and place to respond in our “collaboration” section of our class notebook.

Vocabulary Unit 19 RAFT:

  1. Continue your practice with Vocab 19 words in the book and use the resources on the website (link is to right “Vocabulary for Success.”)
  2. I created a “Which Word” PPT review for you located in the class notebook
  3. To demonstrate your mastery of the words, you will complete the RAFT writing assignment using 6 of your words. Bold your vocab words.  Directions, rubric and a place to submit the assignment are on the “Vocabulary” page in content library in our class notebook.)

Grammar/Conventions:

  1. Log on to com (link to the right under “Tech Link”) and complete the Planning Diagnostic assignment.
March 8

Brit Lit week 9: March 9-13

Welcome to MacBeth!

·         Additional Macbeth resources:

·         https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryoXyq_DcmQ  (video sparknotes)

·         http://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/macbeth/

·         http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/higher/english/macbeth/background/revision/1/

Planning your week:

  • Jousting Tournament & Medieval Feast (shield due)Monday 3/9
  • Novel Check #6- Friday 3/13
  • Vocab Unit 19 Quiz- Friday 3/20

 

Daily Opening Activities: 

Writing Workshop-

  1. MUG (Mechanics, usage, grammar) #7
  2. Vocab for Success- Unit 19

 

Monday:  

Medieval Feast and Verbal Jousting Tournament

LG:  Analyze the behaviors and values of the time period and evaluate and compare/contrast chivalric heroes and the reoccurring theme of redemption.

  • Socratic Seminar (aka Verbal Joust) (SL grade)
  • Medieval Feast: Eat and view Worst Jobs in History in prep for Macbeth
  • Submit Summative Assessment: Knight’s Shield (reading and writing grade) Including:
    • Redemption Theme CEI
    • Chivalric hero GO
    • Song Lyrics and rationale
    • Motto and rationale

Tuesday:

  • MUG 7A
  • Vocab Unit 19: Intro words 1-6 and corresponding exercises page 215

LG: Introduce and gain background knowledge for understanding Shakespeare’s drama, The Tragedy of Macbeth

  • Anticipatory activity– Anticipation Questionnaire discuss
  • Journal: Macbeth #1 on PPT
  • View trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=017nWFKsshY
  • Students will take “Doodle” notes for Macbeth intro PPT (skeleton note-GO)
  • Assign parts using pictorial character chart (handout)

 

Wednesday: early release

  • Review background material from doodle notes
  • Act out “Macbeth in 32 seconds” play acting kinesthetic activity (script)
  • View Webquest  (Click here: Web Quest)plot overview clip

 

Thursday

  • MUG 7B
  • Vocab Unit 19: Intro words 7-12 and corresponding exercises page 215

LG: Introduce and gain background knowledge for understanding Shakespeare’s drama, The Tragedy of Macbeth

  • Begin reading and analyzing Macbeth with study guide and graphic organizers.
  • After reading thru scene 3, view film clips from Web quest (performance tab, then opening scene) and journal PPT slide of Macbeth witches  (visual/auditory prompt)
  • Respond/Journal: If you were directing the witch scene, what choices would you make with regard to such things as the setting, props, lighting, sound effects, costumes, and acting?  Why?   (Illustrations welcome)
  • Continue analyzing Act 1

 

Friday:  

Lit Term Friday

Brit Lit author/novel studies:

  • Students will independently read, annotate and summarize Brit Lit novel of choice
March 1

Brit Lit Week 8: March 2-6

Verbal Jousting Tournament Monday March 9th

*See class notebook for handouts

Planning your week:

  • Novel Check #5- Friday 3/6
  • Vocab Unit 18 Quiz- Friday 3/6
  • Verbal Jousting Tournament/Medieval Feast (shield due)- Monday 3/9        

Daily Opening Activities:

Writing Workshop-

  1. Vocab for Success- Unit 18

 

Monday:  

Vocab Unit 18- book work

Analyze the behaviors and values of the time period and evaluate and compare/contrast chivalric heroes and the reoccurring theme of redemption.

  • Continue First Knight – Lancelot, the unlikely chivalric hero
  • Examine how Lancelot behaves. He presents positive & negative examples of chivalry graphic organizer.
  • Theme analysis-Redemption GO

 

Tuesday:

  • Vocab Unit 18 book work

LG:  Analyze the behaviors and values of the time period and evaluate and compare/contrast chivalric heroes and the reoccurring theme of redemption.

  • Finish First Knight – Lancelot, the unlikely chivalric hero if needed
  • Examine how Lancelot behaves. He presents positive & negative examples of chivalry graphic organizer.
  • Theme analysis-Redemption GO
  • Begin planning and prewriting for Summative Assessment: After analyzing the chivalric heroes in three works, students will create a Knight Shield which must include textual evidence and demonstrate a deep understanding of the characters, themes of redemption and values of the time period. Including:
    • Redemption Theme CEI
    • Chivalric hero GO
    • Song Lyrics and rationale
    • Motto and rationale. Directions/ Rubric using planning guide, rubric, directions

HW: work on your shield-due Monday 3/9

 

Wednesday: 

  • Vocab Unit 18-book work

LG:  Analyze the behaviors and values of the time period and evaluate and compare/contrast chivalric heroes and the reoccurring theme of redemption.

  • Summative Assessment: WORKDAY: After analyzing the chivalric heroes in three works, students will create a Knight Shield Must include textual evidence and demonstrate a deep understanding of the characters, themes of redemption and values of the time period. Including:
    • Redemption Theme CEI
    • Chivalric hero GO
    • Song Lyrics and rationale
    • Motto and rationale. Directions/ Rubric using planning guide, rubric, directions

HW: work on your shield-due Monday 3/9

 

Thursday: 

  • Vocab Unit 18-book work

LG:  Analyze the behaviors and values of the time period and evaluate and compare/contrast chivalric heroes and the reoccurring theme of redemption.

  • Summative Assessment: WORKDAY: After analyzing the chivalric heroes in three works, students will create a Knight Shield Must include textual evidence and demonstrate a deep understanding of the characters, themes of redemption and values of the time period. Including:
    • Redemption Theme CEI
    • Chivalric hero GO
    • Song Lyrics and rationale
    • Motto and rationale. Directions/ Rubric using planning guide, rubric, directions

HW: work on your shield-due Monday 3/9

 

Friday:  

Submit extra credit

Vocab Unit 18 assessment M/C and sentence writing (50 pts. Language standards) Students can use flashcards

Brit Lit author/novel studies:

  • Individual reading of novel with reading check #5 and chapter summaries and annotations

HW: work on your shield-due Monday 3/9

February 22

Brit Lit Week 7: February 24-28

Gawain and the Green Knight

Planning your Week:

  • Continue to read your independent novel  
  • Reading Check #4 on Friday  2/28
  • Work on your Knight’s shield- due 3/6

 

Daily Opening Activities:

Writing Workshop-

  1. MUG (Mechanics, usage, grammar) #6
  2. Vocab for Success- unit 18 (Quiz on 9/22)
  3. Journal quick writes- none this week

 

Monday:  

Vocab Unit 18-intro words 1-6 and complete corresponding sentences

LG:  Analyze the behaviors and values of the time period and evaluate and compare/contrast chivalric heroes and the reoccurring theme of redemption

  • Begin reading and analyzing Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (text pp 171-183)
  • Analyze chivalric hero using graphic organizer and hero chart
  • Theme analysis-Redemption GO

 

Tuesday:

  • MUG 6A
  • Vocab Unit 18-intro words 7-14 and complete corresponding sentences

LG: Analyze the behaviors and values of the time period and evaluate and compare/contrast chivalric heroes and the reoccurring theme of redemption.

  • Continue reading and analyzing Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (text pp 171-183) and filling out hero GO
  • Review with detailed PPT:  http://www.slideshare.net/spinheiro79/ppt-sir-gawainandthegreenknight and “Sir Gawain official Selection” A/V summary (6 min)
  • Theme analysis-Redemption
  • If time permits, Sir Gawain Text Autopsy Activity- On poster paper, pairs will dissect the text, reconstruct meaning and diagnosis which chivalric hero trait the text justifies (direction/rubric)
  • Student will then complete Chivalric hero chart.
  • Theme analysis-Redemption GO

 

Wednesday: 

LG: Analyze the behaviors and values of the time period and evaluate and compare/contrast chivalric heroes and the reoccurring theme of redemption.

  • Sir Gawain Text Autopsy Activity- On poster paper, pairs will dissect the text, reconstruct meaning and diagnose which chivalric hero trait the text justifies (direction/rubric)
  • Theme analysis-Redemption GO
  • Student will then complete Chivalric hero chart
  • If time permits First Knight (film)  Lancelot, the unlikely chivalric hero
  • Examine how Lancelot behaves. He presents positive & negative examples of chivalry graphic organizer.

 

Thursday: 

  • MUG 6B

Analyze the behaviors and values of the time period and evaluate and compare/contrast chivalric heroes and the reoccurring theme of redemption.

  • Continue First Knight (film)  Lancelot, the unlikely chivalric hero
  • Examine how Lancelot behaves. He presents positive & negative examples of chivalry graphic organizer.

 

Friday:  

Lit Term Friday #15

Brit Lit author/novel studies:

  • Individual reading of novel with reading check and chapter summaries and annotations