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ENGLISH 10 SEPTEMBER 16 Bell Ringer: She whispered a silent prayer to herself and drifted off to sleep.
ENGLISH 10 SEPTEMBER 16 I CAN…: Analyze the third person limited narrator Do a close read. PLAN: Finish reading and working on “Evacuation Order No. 19” page 242. Finish close read handout.
ENGLISH 10 SEPTEMBER 16 Ticket out the Door: Can you connect this story to any other stories you have read? If so, which ones and how?
ENGLISH 10 SEPTEMBER 17 Bell Ringer: The Dominican Republic had endured a bloody and repressive dictatorship.
ENGLISH 10 SEPTEMBER 17 I CAN…: Analyze the third person limited narrator. Analyze theme across genre. PLAN: Finish “Evacuation Order No. 19” Begin Author Study: Julia Alvarez.
ENGLISH 10 SEPTEMBER 17 Ticket out the Door: What theme do you see across the genres? Why do you think she wrote about this?
ENGLISH 10 SEPTEMBER 18 AND 19 Bell Ringer: A bus came lurching around a curve.
ENGLISH 10 SEPTEMBER 18 AND 19 I CAN…: Analyze theme across genre. PLAN: Author Study: Julia Alvarez. Work on Close Read handout.
ENGLISH 10 SEPTEMBER 18 AND 19 Ticket out the Door: What struggles does someone face when trying to adjust to a new culture and language? What has to be left behind?
ENGLISH 10 SEPTEMBER 20 Bell Ringer: Maybe, American principles had finally sunk in.
ENGLISH 10 SEPTEMBER 20 I CAN…: Analyze theme across genre. PLAN: Author Study: Julia Alvarez. Work on Close Read handout.
ENGLISH 10 SEPTEMBER 20 Ticket out the Door: Can you relate to the stories and poems that Alvarez write? Why or why not?
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Vas a la agencia de viaje y quieres hacer un viaje a Pick a country Honduras, Colombia or Dominican Republic. Follow the prompts. Listen and answer accordingly.
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Jeopardy Q 1 Q 6 Q 11 Q 16 Q 21 Q 2 Q 7 Q 12 Q 17 Q 22 Q 3 Q 8 Q 13
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