November 3

Honors 9th Literature November 6 – November 10

Honors 9th Lit. Week 14

Planning Your Week

W 11/8 – Finish reading The Night Circus Part IV-V; prepare for an in class reading quiz.

Th 11/9 – ZINC 3rd quarter deadline; learn 213 words by this deadline.

S 11/12 – Submit The Tempest scholar’s journal to Turnitin.com

M 11/13 – The Tempest Socratic discussion; scholar’s journal and article due in class (scholar’s journal should be submitted to Turnitin.com before class).

Continue practicing grammar/EOC concepts and vocabulary through No Red Ink website, the SpringBoard website through Zinc, and USA Test Prep website

 

Monday, 11/6 

Opener: Review The Tempest scholar’s journal and Socratic discussion/article requirements.

Work Session:

  1. Complete Q3 Touchstone.
  2. Research to find an article on your Tempest topic from your scholar’s journal.

Closer: Introduce The Night Circus project.

Homework: Finish reading The Night Circus; prepare for the Part IV-V reading quiz in class on Wednesday.

 

Tuesday, 11/7 – Student Holiday 

Finish homework from Monday.

 

Wednesday, 11/8

Opener: Review EOC requirements/rubric for narrative prompts.

Work Session:

  1. Complete TNC Part IV & V quiz.
  2. Compose a response to the Bailey narrative prompt.

Closer: Review The Tempest scholar’s journal and Socratic discussion/article requirements.

Homework: Finish ZINC vocabulary practice (learn 213 words by this deadline); type scholar’s journal for The Tempest. 

 

Thursday, 11/9

Opener: View Act III Scene 1 (Miranda and Ferdinand); discuss EOC prompt highlights (writing about complexity of the evolution of their relationship vs. simple answers).

Work Session:

  1. Read Act IV & V, completing scholar’s journals.

Closer: Compose leveled questions to prepare for the Socratic discussion.

Homework: Finish ZINC vocabulary practice (learn 213 words by this deadline); type scholar’s journal for The Tempest.

 

Friday, 11/10

Opener: View Act IV-V of The Tempest. 

Work Session:

  1. Island families collaborate to complete scholar’s journals and character/theme trackers.

Closer: Compose leveled questions and article connections for Socratic discussion.

Homework: Finish scholar’s journal and submit to Turnitin.com; bring printed copy of scholar’s journal and your article on Monday. Prepare to participate in the Socratic discussion.


Posted November 3, 2017 by Rachael Sanford in category Honors 9th Literature

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