Thank you for visiting my Blog:
Monday: Complete Reading Inventory & Definition Essay Final Draft
Tuesday: Complete Definition Essay Final Draft & Start working on Vocabulary Study Guide for Unit 1.
Unit 1 Vocabulary Study Guide: Use vocabulary notes, Springboard or look up the meaning of these words. (Test 12/10 – 12/14)
- Allegory 2. Archetype 3. Conflict 4. Consequence 5. Corruption
- Diction 7. Elite 8. Epic 9. Exiled 10. Grueling 11. Imagery
- Immortal 13. Mood 14. Mournful 15. Negation 16. Nuance
- Pacing 18. Plot 19. Point of view 20. Premonition
- Reiterating 22. Rhetoric 23. Ridiculing 24. Sage 25. Setting
- Strive 27. Talent 28. Tone 29. Treachery 30. Vessel
Students will complete a Unit 1 Vocabulary Post test on Friday or Monday.
Study Guide will be graded and will show up in the grade book.
Wednesday: All Final Draft Essay due to Extended-time due today. Only students typing Essays will be allowed to continue working on Essay in class today.
Students will be allowed 3 minutes to present definition essay.
Students will also be allowed to complete Vocabulary study guide for those with extended time and those that requires more time.
Thursday: Students will complete a Unit 1 Post- Vocabulary Assessment.
Students will start a class project “Design your own Hero”
- Magazine Project: Create an Informational magazine about any hero of your choice: Include 6 facts, and 2 pictures (printed or drawn) a timeline, and facts that made him a hero.
- Storybook: A storybook must tell a story. Tell a story about any hero of your choice. It must be colorful, full of pictures, include 6 facts (pictures printed or drawn) a timeline, explain why you think he is an hero.
- Flipbook: A flipbook should be like a book. Write a book about any hero of your choice. Include 6 facts, and 2 pictures (printed or drawn) a timeline, and facts that made him a hero. It must be very colorful, good grammar, correct spelling and punctuation.
- Informational Journal or Newspaper: Like the name implies (Informational) You need lots of information, include 12 facts, specific location of your hero, timeline, and facts that made him your hero.
Students will be allowed to design their own project (teachers must approve) or design a postcard about an hero. This will be modified with less facts. See teacher.
Continue Lesson 5:17 Page 271
Lesson 5:18 Page 272-273