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1 Review the year/Poetry class Monday, June 9, classes before exam How many lines are in the poem? How many sentences are in the poem? What is the rhyme pattern? Is the rhythm consistent, and what is it? Examine the metaphor/figurative language

2 Review the year Remember what we have read this year? To Kill A Mockingbird Fahrenheit 451 Night Much Ado About Nothing Remember what we have studied this year? Grammar basics 9 units of vocabulary Remember what you have written this year? Argument paper Narrative

3 Much Ado About Nothing class Monday, June 2, 2014 Shared Inquiry discussion HW due Wednesday, June 4 to be turned in (this slide is online) Watch this video: Is what happens in the play fair to the women in the play? Explain why you think it is, or is not, fair to women. Do you think Shakespeare approves of the role of women in that society? Explain. Does he feel the same way about every couple? Explain why you think so.

4 Much Ado About Nothing class Friday, May 30, 2014 Rehearsal of scenes that have not performed yet. Complete performances of Act 3 scenes. HW for Monday, June 2 to be turned in (this slide is online) Think about the scenes you have seen so far. Select one that you particularly liked. Consider the choices the group made about about movement, use of voice, understanding of the text, and costumes. Write a detailed paragraph (or more) about what you liked and appreciated about the scene. Make sure you write much more than I have written here. Act 5 performance on Monday, June 2.

5 Much Ado About Nothing class Thursday, May 29, 2014 The Act 5 dress rehearsal in the auditorium (if you have your costume, you did your HW). Performances of Act 3 scenes. HW for Monday, June 2 to be turned in (this slide is online) Think about the scenes you have seen so far. Select one that you particularly liked. Consider the choices the group made about about movement, use of voice, understanding of the text, and costumes. Write a detailed paragraph (or more) about what you liked and appreciated about the scene. Make sure you write much more than I have written here. Act 5 performance on Monday, June 2.

6 Much Ado About Nothing class Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Prepare for the rest of the dress rehearsals in the auditorium (if you have your costume, you did your HW), then we will watch the scenes. You will have the remainder of class for rehearsal. HW for next class (this slide is online) Read over your lines several times. Then do it again. You should be memorized, letter-perfect, with volume and expression. Make sure that you have the completed scene grade sheet and any costume and prop items you need for your scene and understand on what you will be graded when you perform. Act 3 performances on Thursday, May 29, Act 5 on Friday.

7 Much Ado About Nothing class Tuesday, May 27, 2014 Discuss the warm up with your scene group. Prepare for dress rehearsal in the auditorium (if you have your costume, you did your HW), then we will watch the scenes. HW for next class (this slide is online) Read over your lines several times. Then do it again. You should be memorized, letter-perfect. Make sure that you have the completed scene grade sheet and any costume and prop items you need for your scene Performances on Wednesday, May 28!

8 Much Ado About Nothing class Friday, May 23, 2014 Discuss the warm up with your scene group. Review the grade sheet: how do I earn points for this project? Continue to rehearse in B-120 HW for next class (this slide is online) Read over your lines several times. Then do it again. You should be memorized, letter-perfect Bring in the costume and prop items you need for your scene Plan to have a dress rehearsal on Tuesday.

9 Much Ado About Nothing class Thursday, May 22, 2014 Discuss some memorization techniques Continue to rehearse HW for next class (this slide is online) Read over your lines several times You should be memorized by tomorrow Look for costume and prop items you need for your scene Make sure you are ready to write about your costume and prop choices, which should be related to the time and place of your scene.

10 Much Ado About Nothing class Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Prepare to rehearse. Where will the scene take place? Be very specific. Is there any furniture, or trees, or doorways? Movement is related to the physical landscape of the playing space. Begin to block the scene. Make sure that proximity means something. HW for next class (this slide is online) Read over your lines several times Scene background and character biography assignment (Write on your own paper. 20 points, due Thursday 5/22) 1. Describe the setting of the scene: time, place (in detail) 2. What does your character want or need in the scene? (that’s the character’s objective) 3. Describe the relationship between the characters: past, present, and future. Remember proximity matters: how close people stand to each other shows something about their relationship. 4. Where was your character, and what was she doing, in the moment before your scene? 5. Describe your character’s history: how old is she or he, how many siblings, where in the birth order, family situation now, job, how good at job, where does she live, what kind of a place is it, what foods does he like, what is his favorite color, how does she like to dress, etc.

11 Much Ado About Nothing class Tuesday, May 20, 2014 Edit your script. Time your cutting to makes sure you have 1-2 minutes per person. Share your version with Mr. Rosen. We will need each person to have a copy of the script. Prepare to rehearse. Where will the scene take place? Be very specific. Is there any furniture, or trees, or doorways? Movement is related to the physical landscape of the playing space. HW for next class Write all of the lines that you will say on index cards. Make sure to include the 3-8 words that are said right before you speak, so you know when it is your turn to say your lines. This is called your cue.

12 Much Ado About Nothing class Monday, May 19, 2014 Discuss warm up all together Go over Scene Assignment Organize your groups HW for next class Look at scene assignment: en/photo10.aspx en/photo10.aspx Print yourself a copy of your scene from this website and bring to school:

13 Much Ado About Nothing class Thursday, May 15, 2014 Check your HW together in small groups Discuss warm up all together Read Act 5 Scene 3 and 4 all together, then again in small groups if there is time HW for next class Re-read Act 5 Scenes 3-4 (yes, a second or third time) and answer the 5.3 and 5.4 questions in complete sentences, found online: en/photo10.aspx en/photo10.aspx

14 Much Ado About Nothing class Wednesday, May 14, 2014 Check your HW together in small groups Discuss warm up all together Read Act 5 Scene 2 together, then in pairs if there is time HW for tomorrow Re-read Act 5 Scene 2 (yes, a third time) and answer the 5.2 questions in complete sentences, found online: en/photo10.aspx en/photo10.aspx

15 Much Ado About Nothing class Tuesday, May 13, 2014 Share warm up in small groups, then all together Finish reading Act 5 Scene 1 HW for tomorrow Re-read Act 5 Scene 1 and answer the 5.1 questions in complete sentences, found online: l/Rosen/photo10.aspx l/Rosen/photo10.aspx

16 Much Ado About Nothing class Monday, May 12, 2014 Review warm up Examine some details from 4.2 Read Act 5 Scene 1 HW for tomorrow Re-read Act 5 Scene 1 (read what you haven’t read as well) There might be a quiz…

17 Much Ado About Nothing class Friday, May 9, 2014 Review Act 4 Scene 1, The Not Wedding Examine some details from 4.1 Read Act 4 Scene 2 HW for tomorrow Re-read Act 4 Scene 2 There might be a quiz…

18 Much Ado About Nothing class Thursday, May 8, 2014 Read aloud together Act 4 Scene 1, The Not Wedding HW for tomorrow Re-read Act 4 Scene 1

19 Much Ado About Nothing class Wednesday, May 7, 2014 Discuss the warm up in small groups, then together. Are you clear what Borachio’s plan was? Read 3.4 and 3.5 to finish the act HW for tomorrow Make sure that you finished the assignment from 5/5/14 Write a summary of 3.4 and 3.5. Now think about what might happen next. What will happen at the wedding to Hero? How will her father react to that? How will Beatrice react? How might that affect Benedick? Write down what you think will happen at the wedding.

20 Much Ado About Nothing class Tuesday, May 6, 2014 In the auditorium today and tomorrow. Sit quietly and watch the play. Laugh if it’s funny. HW for tomorrow

21 Much Ado About Nothing class Monday, May 5, 2014 In the auditorium today and tomorrow. Read 3.3 on stage. HW for tomorrow Answer these questions: 1.As 3.3 ends, what does Hero believe about her relationship to Claudio? 2.As 3.3 ends, what Claudio believe about his relationship to Hero? 3.As 3.3 ends, what do Beatrice and Benedick believe about their relationship to one another? 4.As 3.3 ends, what have the watch discovered about Barachio and Conrade? What will they do with that information? 5.Be prepared to watch a staged version of 2.3-Act 3.

22 Much Ado About Nothing class Friday, May 2, 2014 Read someone else’s HW, and compare and contrast that person’s work with yours. Share all together. Read 3.2 all together, and also 3.3 if there is time. HW for tomorrow Read 3.2 again. Consider the signs of love that Claudio and Don Pedro see in Benedick. Describe them. What do they show about what is happening in Benedick’s heart and mind. What is he changing about himself? What is he forgetting to do? What behaviors have changed? Explain.

23 Much Ado About Nothing class Wednesday, April 30, 2014 Read someone else’s warm up response, and compare and contrast that person’s explanation with yours. Share all together. Discuss the homework. Compare and contrast the prince and his brother’s plans regarding marriage. Read 2.3 in groups of four. Remember Benedick is listening the whole time, and the others know it! HW for tomorrow Read 2.3 again. Summarize the arguments and claims that Claudio, Leonato, and the Prince make to affect their hidden listener.

24 Much Ado About Nothing class Tuesday, April 29, 2014 Take out your homework. Share in small groups. Share parts of songs with the class. (Transition) Read someone else’s warm up. Read Act 2 Sc. 2 in pairs HW for tomorrow Will Claudio and Don Pedro (the Prince) believe Don John when he talks about Hero? Do you think Borachio’s plan will work? Why? Write what you think will happen.

25 Much Ado About Nothing class Monday, April 28, 2014 Continue to read Act 2. Maybe watch some as well. HW for tomorrow If you were staging the masquerade scene in Much Ado, how would you dress the actors? What music would you use? Write a complete paragraph explaining how you would dress the actors what kinds of masks they would wear the song or songs you would use Bring the music on your phone or iPod if you can and we will share it.

26 Much Ado About Nothing class Friday, April 25, 2014 Read Act 2. Maybe watch some as well. HW If you were staging the masquerade scene in Much Ado, how would you dress the actors? What music would you use? Write a complete paragraph explaining how you would dress the actors, with what kinds of masks, and the song or songs you would use. Bring the music on your phone or iPod if you can and we will share it.

27 Much Ado About Nothing homework Tuesday, April 22, 2014 Read Act 1 on your own, pp Write ten interpretive questions about the characters, lines, or situations in Act 1, due on Wednesday, April 23 (Shakespeare’s birthday)

28 Class Thursday, 4/10/14 Share warm up in groups Read the play HW Final complete draft with ALL roughs, edits, prewriting on paper DUE on paper Friday, April 11, or before your spring break, whichever comes first. You MUST submit your paper to Turnitin.com 2 nd revision, or else I will not grade it and you get a zero!! Turn in your copy of Night as well. 9:09pack up for next class

29 Class Thursday, 4/10/14 Share warm up in groups Read the play HW Final complete draft with ALL roughs, edits, prewriting on paper DUE on paper Friday, April 11, or before your spring break, whichever comes first. You MUST submit your paper to Turnitin.com 2 nd revision, or else I will not grade it and you get a zero!! Turn in your copy of Night as well. 9:09pack up for next class

30 Class Wednesday, 4/9/14 Share warm up in groups An introduction to plots, characters, spying, and rumors Hand out the books HW Final complete draft with ALL roughs, edits, prewriting on paper DUE Friday, April 11, or before your spring break, whichever comes first. You MUST submit your paper to Turnitin.com 2 nd revision, or else I will not grade it and you get a zero!! 8:pack up for next class

31 Class Tuesday, 4/8/14 Share some of the satires. An introduction to plots, characters, spying, and rumors Watch the preview, write what you get from it. Hand out the books HW Final complete draft with ALL roughs, edits, prewriting on paper DUE Friday, April 11, or before your spring break, whichever comes first. You MUST submit your paper to Turnitin.com 2 nd revision, or else I will not grade it and you get a zero!! 9:10pack up for next class

32 Class Monday, 4/7/14 Take out your research paper rough draft, which should include the introduction, conclusion, body paragraphs, AND Works Cited page. Edit another classmate’s typed double-spaced rough draft, including introduction, conclusion, all body paragraphs revised from last week’s editing. Works Cited page, quotes, paraphrases, and citations ON PAPER. Continue scaffolding for Much Ado About Nothing: Poetry power points HW Final complete draft with ALL roughs, edits, prewriting on paper DUE Friday, April 11, or before your spring break, whichever comes first. You MUST submit your paper to Turnitin.com 2 nd revision, or else I will not grade it and you get a zero. 9:10pack up for next class

33 Class Friday, 4/4/14 Continue scaffolding for Much Ado About Nothing: Poetry power points Horton Hatches The Egg by Dr. Seuss HW Due on Monday, April 7: typed double-spaced rough draft (revised from Thursday’s in class editing), including works cited page with correct formatting, introduction, conclusion, all body paragraphs, quotes, paraphrases, and citations ON PAPER. Must be submitted to turnitin.com by midnight Sunday, April 6. Expect to edit someone else’s paper carefully during class. Final complete draft with ALL roughs, edits, prewriting DUE Thursday, April 10. 9:10pack up for next class

34 Class Thursday, 4/3/14 Take out your research paper rough draft, which should include the introduction, conclusion, and body paragraphs. Give your warm up letter to the classmate about whose paper you wrote Edit a NEW typed double-spaced rough draft, including introduction, conclusion, all body paragraphs revised from Tuesday’s editing, quotes, paraphrases, and citations ON PAPER. Continue scaffolding for Much Ado About Nothing: Poetry power points HW Due on Monday, April 7: typed double-spaced rough draft (revised from Thursday’s in class editing), including works cited page with correct formatting, introduction, conclusion, all body paragraphs, quotes, paraphrases, and citations ON PAPER. Must be submitted to turnitin.com by midnight Sunday, April 6. Expect to edit someone else’s paper carefully during class. Final complete draft with ALL roughs, edits, prewriting DUE Thursday, April 10. 9:10pack up for next class

35 Class Wednesday, 4/2/14 Discuss warm up Scaffolding for Much Ado About Nothing Poetry power points HW Due on Thursday, April 3: typed double-spaced rough draft, including introduction, conclusion, all body paragraphs revised from Tuesday’s editing, quotes, paraphrases, and citations ON PAPER. We will edit papers in class. Due on Monday, April 7: typed double-spaced rough draft (revised from Thursday’s in class editing), including works cited page with correct formatting, introduction, conclusion, all body paragraphs, quotes, paraphrases, and citations ON PAPER. Must be submitted to turnitin.com by midnight Sunday, April 6. We will edit papers in class. Expect to edit someone else’s paper carefully during class. 9:10pack up for next class

36 Class Tuesday, 4/1/14 Editing papers HW Due on Thursday, April 3: typed double-spaced rough draft, including introduction, conclusion, all body paragraphs revised from Tuesday’s editing, quotes, paraphrases, and citations ON PAPER. We will edit papers in class. Due on Monday, April 7: typed double-spaced rough draft (revised from Thursday’s in class editing), including works cited page with correct formatting, introduction, conclusion, all body paragraphs, quotes, paraphrases, and citations ON PAPER. Must be submitted to turnitin.com by midnight Sunday, April 6. We will edit papers in class. Expect to edit someone else’s paper carefully during class. 9:10pack up for next class

37 Class Monday, 3/31/14 Vocabulary Unit 9 Quiz HW Due on Tuesday, April 1: typed double-spaced draft of all body paragraphs, including quotes, paraphrases, and citations ON PAPER. We will edit papers in class. Expect to edit someone else’s paper carefully during class. 9:08Rearrange the room & pack up for next class

38 Class Friday, 3/28/14 Today you have 30 minutes to finish your timed writing about Night as a whole HW (Please note our schedule adjustments) Vocabulary Unit 9 Quiz on Monday, March 31 Due on Tuesday, April 1: typed double-spaced draft of all body paragraphs, including quotes, paraphrases, and citations ON PAPER. We will edit in class. 9:08Rearrange the room & pack up for next class

39 Class Thursday, 3/27/14 Today you have 20 minutes to begin a timed writing about Night as a whole HW (Please note our schedule adjustments) Online tips about timed writing available on my TeacherWeb page Thursday and Friday you will have a timed writing about Night as a whole Vocabulary Unit 9 Quiz on Monday, March 31 Due on Tuesday, April 1: typed double-spaced draft of all body paragraphs, including quotes, paraphrases, and citations ON PAPER. We will edit in class. 9:08Rearrange the room & pack up for next class

40 Class Wednesday, 3/26/14 A seminar discussion of Night. You must speak during the discussion, and your participation will be graded. My opening question. HW (Please note our schedule adjustments) Online tips about timed writing available on my TeacherWeb page Thursday and Friday you will have a timed writing about Night as a whole Vocabulary Unit 9 Quiz on Monday, March 31 Due on Tuesday, April 1: typed double-spaced draft of all body paragraphs, including quotes, paraphrases, and citations ON PAPER. We will edit in class. 9:08Rearrange the room & pack up for next class

41 Class Tuesday, 3/25/14 Discuss your warm up with your two partners. Is this experiment worth repeating? Why or why not? Take out all of your Night outlines and the book. You will write 10 interpretive questions in class. Online tips about timed writing on my TeacherWeb page HW Wednesday, we will have a seminar on the whole book Thursday you will have a timed writing about Night as a whole Vocabulary Unit 9 Quiz on Friday, March 28 Due on Monday, March 31: typed double-spaced draft of all body paragraphs, including quotes, paraphrases, and citations ON PAPER. 9:10Pack up for next class

42 Class Monday, 3/24/14 Share your warm up with two partners. Discuss together what makes a poem a poem. Write a poem using at least five unit 9 vocabulary words. Share. HW For Tuesday, bring in all of your Night outlines and the book. You will write 10 interpretive questions in class. Wednesday, we will have a seminar on the whole book Thursday you will have a timed writing about Night as a whole Vocabulary Unit 9 Quiz on Friday, March 28 Typed double-spaced draft of all body paragraphs, including quotes, paraphrases, and citations, due on Monday, March 31. 9:10Pack up for next class

43 Class Friday, 3/21/14 We will listen a second time. Write what you absorbed and understood the second time you listened that you missed the first time. Discuss the NPR story and what you got from listening. What are some of the barriers to listening well? How can you overcome them? HWDraft of all body paragraphs, including quotes, paraphrases, and citations, due on Thursday, March 27. Vocabulary Unit 9 Quiz on Friday, March 28 9:10Pack up for next class

44 Class Thursday, 3/20/14 HWOutline due TOMORROW 9:10Pack up for next class

45 Class Friday, 3/14/14 Vocabulary Unit 8 Quiz Take out your second group of four Source Sheets if I haven’t seen them. I will check for completion & confer with individuals. You should have at least 8 by now. We will discuss the sections of the Source Sheets. Monday we will prepare for the next phase of the research paper. Your thesis is due on Wednesday, March 19. Your outline is due on Thursday, March 20. HWMake sure that you have Night with you on Monday, March 17 (do you know what special day that is?). 9:10Pack up for next class

46 Class Thursday, 3/13/14 Take out your second group of four Source Sheets. I will check for completion & confer with individuals. You should have at least 8 by now. We will discuss the sections of the Source Sheets Work on Vocab Unit 8. Test will be tomorrow. HWMake sure that you have Night with you on Monday. due Wed., March 19: 4 more Source Sheets 9:10Pack up for next class

47 Class Friday, 3/7/14 Read the handout and answer the questions on your warm up paper Take out your first four Source Sheets. I will check for completion & confer with individuals. You need at least 8. Continue & complete the Grammar Bootcamp Worksheet 3: Types of Sentences Work on Vocab Unit 8. Test will be next Friday. HWMake sure that you have Night with you on Monday. due Wed., March 12: 4 more Source Sheets 9:10Pack up for next class

48 Class Wednesday, 3/5/14 Share your warm up paragraph with a partner. Take out your What is the Question Memo. I will confer with individuals. Remember to make up Unit 7 Vocab Quiz if you haven’t yet Did we complete Grammar Bootcamp Worksheet 2: Parts of A Sentence? Do the Grammar Bootcamp Worksheet 3: Types of Sentences HW Do 4 Source Sheets 9:10Pack up for next class

49 Class Friday, 2/28/14 Unit 7 Vocab Test HW 9:10Pack up for next class

50 Class Thursday, 2/27/14 Pair up and answer each other’s four Unit 7 Vocabulary questions, using your own paper. Try to keep your conversations quiet. Do vocab worksheets Review them Research conferences with me HW Study for Unit 7 Vocab Test tomorrow, Friday, 2/28/2014 9:10Pack up for next class

51 Class Monday, 2/24/14 Take out your research ideas. I will look at what you have while you do vocab. Try to keep your conversations quiet. Essential Questions How does personal reflection document history? What do we learn about human nature from reading personal reflections? How can reflecting on nonfiction and informational texts affect a reader’s view of him or herself and his or her role in society? How can writing a personal reflection aid a person in understanding his/her experiences? What role does personal reflection play in influencing social change? Read vocabulary pages Do vocab Write sentences for five more vocab words (remember my criteria) 9:10Pack up for next class

52 Class Friday, 2/21/14 Take out your research ideas. I will look at what you have while you do vocab. Try to keep your conversations quiet. Essential Questions How does personal reflection document history? What do we learn about human nature from reading personal reflections? How can reflecting on nonfiction and informational texts affect a reader’s view of him or herself and his or her role in society? How can writing a personal reflection aid a person in understanding his/her experiences? What role does personal reflection play in influencing social change? Read vocabulary pages Do vocab Write sentences for five vocab words (remember my criteria) 9:10Pack up for next class

53 Class Thursday, 2/20/14 Essential Questions How does personal reflection document history? What do we learn about human nature from reading personal reflections? How can reflecting on nonfiction and informational texts affect a reader’s view of him or herself and his or her role in society? How can writing a personal reflection aid a person in understanding his/her experiences? What role does personal reflection play in influencing social change? 9:05 HWDevelop your research proposal 9:10Pack up for next class

54 Class Thursday, 2/20/14 8:21Warm up 8:31Review warm up. Compare your reaction to Ch. 9 and the Nobel Address. Discuss any questions about the end of the book.

55 Class Wednesday, 2/19/14 8:21Warm up 8:31Review warm up. Discuss any questions about chapters 7 and 8. 8:35With a partner, develop an outline of the sections of the Chapter 9 and the Nobel address. It’s better to have more headings than fewer headings. Use headings and page numbers and provide a one sentence summary. What you don’t finish is homework for next class. 8:51Oprah video the rest of it HWComplete the outline of Ch. 9 & Nobel address 9:01Pack up for next class

56 Class Tuesday, 2/18/14 9:57Warm up 10:07Review warm up. Discuss any questions about chapters 7 and 8. 10:07With a partner, develop an outline of the sections of the rest of the book. It’s better to have more headings than fewer headings. Use headings and page numbers and provide a one sentence summary. What you don’t finish is homework for next class. 10:15Oprah video the rest of it HWIf you haven’t finished reading the book, finish reading the book. 10:25Pack up for next class

57 Class Thursday, 2/13/14 8:21Warm up 8:31Review warm up. Discuss any questions about chapters 7 and 8. 8:43With a partner, develop an outline of the sections of the Chapter 8. It’s better to have more headings than fewer headings. Use headings and page numbers and provide a one sentence summary. What you don’t finish is homework for next class. 9:05Ch. 9 preview. HWFor 2/17, Read Night Ch. 9, pp For 2/18, Read Night pp :10Pack up for next class

58 Class Wednesday, 2/12/14 8:21Warm up 8:31Review warm up. Discuss any questions about chapters 6 and 7. 8:43With a partner, develop an outline of the major sections of the Chapter 7. It’s better to have more headings than fewer headings. Use headings and page numbers and provide a one sentence summary. What you don’t finish is homework for next class. 8:55Oprah video part 4 9:05Ch. 8 preview. HW For 2/13, Read Night Ch. 8, pp For 2/17, Read Night Ch. 9, pp For 2/18, Read Night pp :10Pack up for next class

59 Class Tuesday, 2/11/14 8:21Warm up 8:31Collect warm up. Discuss any questions about chapters 5 and 6. 8:43With a partner, develop an outline of the major sections of the sixth chapter. Use headings and page numbers and provide a one sentence summary. What you don’t finish is homework for next class. 8:55Oprah video part 3 9:05Ch. 7 preview. HW (whether there is weather or not, please follow this schedule) For 2/12, Read Night Ch. 7, pp For 2/13, Read Night Ch. 8, pp For 2/17, Read Night Ch. 9, pp For 2/18, Read Night pp :10Pack up for next class

60 Class Monday, 2/10/14 8:21Warm up 8:31Review warm up. Discuss any questions about chapters 4 and 5. 8:43With a partner, develop an outline of the major sections of the fifth chapter. Use headings and page numbers and provide a one sentence summary. What you don’t finish is homework for next class. 8:55Oprah video part 2 9:05Ch. 6 preview. HW for next class: Read Night Ch. 6, pp :10Pack up for next class

61 Class Friday, 2/7/14 8:21Warm up 8:31Review warm up. Discuss any questions about chapters 3 and 4. 8:43With a partner, develop an outline of the major sections of the fourth chapter. Use headings and page numbers and provide a one sentence summary. What you don’t finish is homework for next class. 8:55Oprah video part 1 9:05Ch. 5 preview. HW for next class: Read Night Ch. 5, pp :10Pack up for next class

62 Class Thursday, 2/6/14 Review warm up. With a partner, develop an outline of the major sections of the third chapter. Use headings and page numbers. Ch. 4 preview. HW for next class: Read Night Ch. 4, pp

63 Class Tuesday, 2/4/14 Review warm up. With a partner, develop an outline of the major sections of the second chapter. Use headings and page numbers. Ch. 3 preview: Listen to the Kaddish /jewish/Mourners-Kaddish-Chabad.htm /jewish/Mourners-Kaddish-Chabad.htm Briefly share the story of Job Look carefully at all references to food in Ch. 3 Is food being used as a weapon of war today, sometimes against a country’s own citizens? HW: Read Night Ch. 3, pp

64 Class Monday, 2/3/14 Review warm up. With a partner, develop an outline of the major sections of the first chapter. Use headings and page numbers. Take out your worksheet on Clauses so we can finish it. HW: Read Night pp

65 Class Friday, 1/31/14 Review warm up. Consider the importance of family history. Review strange or unfamiliar vocabulary words. We will develop a glossary of terms so that you can read and understand the book. HW: Read Night pp

66 Class Thursday, 1/30/14 Review warm up. Consider the importance of memory. Take out your worksheet on Clauses so we can finish it. Look over Night pp Write down strange or unfamiliar vocabulary words. We will develop a glossary of terms so that you can read and understand the book.


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