Thursday, February 9, 2017

February 13-17, 2017

Monday, February 13

Essential Question:  How can a text be represented in a different medium?  How does a society influence you?
Learning Objective:  Students will compare/contrast a fiction piece and a graphic cartoon on the same selection. 
Skills: analyze text and cartoon for similarities and differences, write a well-composed compare/contrast paragraph, present the writing as in informational speech
Assessment: wkst on paragraph structure, Venn Diagram, speech

Vocabulary 5 into notebook-- check today
Voc 5 wkst given-- due next class

What are Appositives?-- wkst practice

"The Night Sky" analysis

Venn Diagram.... let's compare/contrast

Write your paragraph.... what did you find?
Are you ready to give a speech? (Next class 5 will speak!)




Wednesday, February 15

Essential Question:  How does an author's background influence a text?  How does a society influence you?
Learning Objective:  Students will present an informational speech on a compare/contrast of our selections.  Students will understand how our author's background will contribute to our novel.
Skills: citing textual evidence (RL1), reflecting on themes (RL2), understanding an author's background, collaboratively discussing literature using appropriate academic language (SL1)
Assessment: wkst on appositives, Voc 5 wkst, speeches and speeches wkst, group collaboration and wkst chart

Voc 5 Due today.... let's Kahoot

Assess those appositives... one more practice  (p155-156)

Speeches  (Let's hear 5 of them)


Link for Your LF Book

What is a civilization?  What does it mean to be civilized vs savage?
Begin Quick Write for Lord of the Flies  (wkst)

Continue introduction to Lord of the Flies
Picture Activity....  6 articles, 6 pictures.... What did you learn....
Notetaking....

Let's begin Chapter One today...
Audio



Friday, February 17  SUB TODAY

Essential Question: How does an author's background influence a text?  How does a society influence you?
Learning Objective:  Students will analyze Ch 1 and use annotations to prepare for appropriate discussions in a collaborative setting.
Skills: citing textual evidence (RL1), reflecting on theme development (RL2), understanding an author's background, collaboratively discussing literature using appropriate academic language (SL1)
Assessment: Ch 1 wkst, Close read wkst for Ch 1, pair and share ideas (using chart to guide)

Voc 5 Quiz today

Lord of the Flies Ch 1 today.... Let's begin

Read Ch 1 and fill in wkst 

Finish Ch 1 for homework- Wkst due next class.

Audio

Thursday, February 2, 2017

February 6-10, 2017

Monday, February 6 B

Essential Question: How does one's reaction to change help define who he/she is?
Learning Objective: Students will read narratives and make inferences in order to analyze a text's meaning.  Students will be able to cite textual evidence to support inferences.
Skills: analyze characters (RL3), support inferences (RL1, RL3), analyze theme RL2), L1b identify types of phrases and their functions
Assessment: Prepositional phrases wksts,  small group discussions, pair and share with Metamorphosis notes sheets, Voc context clues in Google Classroom

Wkst on Adj/Adv phrases due today-- let's correct.
Let's label more

More analysis of "The Metamorphosis"  (Let's finish!)

Hmwk:
Assign Voc 5 Definitions
Answer question in Schoology-- Discussions Pink Folder


Wednesday, February 8 B

Essential Question:  How can one author's perceptions be similar or different from another's?
Learning Objective: Students will be able to analyze representations in different mediums (RL7)
Skills: analysis (RL1, RL3,RL7, RL5), support inferences (RL1, RL3), Determine Meaning of Words (RL4), 
Assessment: 
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Vocabulary 5 Context Clues due

Appositives-- wkst for practice

Discuss Performance Task Question from last class.

Selection test on "The Metamorphosis"-- In Schoology  


Begin analysis of the graphic novel 

Assign Voc 5 words definitions.... to your notebook please:  VIDEO HERE



Friday (No School)