Presentation on theme: "English 10 Do Now 8-26-13 Staple, name date and period each Do Now from week 3 and turn in Do Nows to MAIL BOX Brainstorm a list of characters who are."— Presentation transcript:
1 English 10 Do NowStaple, name date and period each Do Now from week 3 and turn in Do Nows to MAIL BOXBrainstorm a list of characters who are kind to animals. Here’s one: CinderellaWhat usually happens to these characters?What happens to characters who are mean to animals?
2 8th pd DO NOW: 8/26/13What happens to Harrison at the end of the story?
3 8th pd DO NOW 8-27-13 What are the parts of a plot? Have out your plot chart homework for Harrison Bergeron
4 English 10 DO NOW:What were we exposed to in the exposition of ‘Widow and the Parrot”?ELITE THINKERS: where does the rising action start?
6 Author & Literary Element Virginia Woolf (page 380)Motivation (page 381) =
7 During Reading PlotDraw a plot line, and keep track of the exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution as you read the story.
8 English 10: Week Agenda Finish reading the story by Wednesday Comprehension Questions Due WednesdayReview Plot, Infer, Harrison Bergeron, Vocab Words,Widow and the Parrot for quizQuiz Thursday
9 English 10While reading, try to figure out when we move from the exposition to the rising action.Also, annotate! Find characters, setting and basic problem in the exposition.
10 English 10 Do Now:Define as many from memory as possible: consternation, cower, neutralize, synchronize vigilance winceELITE: What do you think the parrot’s words, “Not at home” mean. Why does the author choose that to be the only phrase it says? Give two details from the story to support your answer.
11 8th pd DO NOW:What are the setting and characters in the exposition?What event starts the rising action?
12 English 10 DO NOW 8/29/13Turn in Do Nows from this week to the US MAIL BOX (staple, name, date, period with the words DO NOW for each date)Take out review sheetNeed a No. 2 pencil for quiz
13 Post Quiz Reflection: BONUS POITNS Reflect on your progress as a student in this class so far. I will give extra credit points if you fulfill the following requirements:Must be written in complete sentences (at least 7).Fewer than 5 grammar/spelling/punctuation errorsMust spend at least 5 minutes thinking/reflecting/notetaking.Must spend at least 5 minutes writing.
14 Reflection Questions to Consider What grade do you think you will have when grades are posted?How much homework have you turned in/think you turned?Honestly, how hard have you tried? Have you studied for quizzes?What can you do to get your grade up or maintain your high grade?
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