September 11

Honors 9th Lit. Week 7 9/11-9/15

Honors 9th Lit. Week 7

Planning Your Week

W 9/13 – Finish EOC prompt and submit to Turnitin.com by 11:59 p.m.

M 9/18 – Obtain a copy of The Night Circus.

Th 9/21 – Poetry anthology due.

Continue practicing grammar/EOC/PSAT concepts through No Red Ink website.  Assignment due Thurs., Sept. 21, 11:59 p.m.

Continue practicing vocabulary on the SpringBoard website through Zinc. The next due date is Friday, 10/6. 

 

Monday, 9/11 and Tuesday, 9/12–School closed due to weather conditions from Hurrican Irma

 

Wednesday, 9/13

Opener: Review “George Gray” with EOC prompt/graphic organizer.

Work Session:

  1. Analyze diction and figurative language in “Fiddler Jones” with TPFASST graphic organizer.
  2. Compose a response to the EOC prompt; submit to Turnitin.com.

Closer: Finish EOC response.

Homework: Finish EOC response and submit to Turnitin.com; obtain a copy of The Night Circus by Mon., Sept. 18; work on poetry anthology due Thurs., Sept. 21.

 

Thursday, 9/14

Opener: IAN- Identify a pastime you are passionate about and brainstorm sensory details and comparisons.

Work Session:

  1. Activity 4.5 “Fast Break”; analyze with TWIST and compose leveled questions.
  2. Write a free verse poem about a pastime you are passionate about (focus on line breaks, precise verbs, diction, and imagery).
  3. Library visit to select IR book.

Closer: Reflect on pastime poem.

Homework: Finish pastime poem and reflection; obtain a copy of The Night Circus by Mon., Sept. 18; work on poetry anthology due Thurs., Sept. 21.

Friday, 9/15

Opener: IAN- Finish definitions and examples for poetry terms; add figurative language, repetition, form, stanza, rhyme scheme, cacophony, and euphony.

Work Session:

  1. Activity 4.6: Read “Identity” and “Ego Tripping”; use TWIST; analyze extended metaphor and hyperbolic me.
  2. Reread “Identity” highlighting in two different colors for the two central images; transfer findings to the t-chart.
  3. Review verbals; tie them to contrasting images in “Identity.”

Closer: Compose an emulation poem of “Identity” or “Ego Tripping” with two contrasting images as an extended metaphor and multiple types of verbal phrases.

Homework: Finish EOC response and submit to Turnitin.com; obtain a copy of The Night Circus by Mon., Sept. 18; work on poetry anthology due Thurs., Sept. 21.

 


Posted September 11, 2017 by Rachael Sanford in category Honors 9th Literature

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