Presentation on theme: "Agendas for Tuesday 9/16 Week 7 Semester 1. Juniors 9/16/14 1.Warm-up: vocabulary 2.Recap of Native American and Puritan literature and beliefs (fill."— Presentation transcript:
Juniors 9/16/14 1.Warm-up: vocabulary 2.Recap of Native American and Puritan literature and beliefs (fill in chart) 3.Intro. Rationalists (if time) (maybe film…depending on time and behavior) HW: OR HW: IRA DUE: 10/2/14 HW: Study vocabulary words (test Monday 9/22)
Freshmen 9/16/14 1.Warm-up: Creative Warm-up #4—”The Phone” (Ms. Powell will check flashcards) 2.Discuss IRA instructions 3.Assign literary devices for OR novels 4.Begin Chapter 2—Character (if time) HW: Study word cells—QUIZ ON FRIDAY! HW: IRA #1DUE: October 2 by 10 p.m. HW: OR
Character Notes (pages 84-85) 1.Four ways writers use speech to reveal character: 2.Other clues to character: 3.Direct Characterization: 4.Indirect Characterization: 5.Practice: (didn’t get to this on 9/16…start tomorrow)
Compare/Contrast Native American and Puritan Literature 1.Venn Diagram (compare/contrast literature and beliefs about life) 2.If each of these groups were to form a new government what rules might they have or what methods of governing might they use? a.Think about their beliefs about human nature and the world around them b.Include a passage from the selections you read to back up your answer (for Native American lit. you can use the introduction to their literature on page 23 or the myths themselves) c.This government that they form does NOT have to be similar to ours. You are being imaginative here in order to show you understand their beliefs. d.Set up your paper like this… a.Native Americans would _____________________. We got this idea by reading (ONE example) _____________________ on page (s)___ b.Puritans would _________________________. We got this idea by reading (ONE example)_________ on page(s) ___ TURN IN THIS WORK AT THE END OF THE PERIOD! MAKE SURE BOTH PARTNERS’ NAMES ARE ON THE PAPER!