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ATAMSBLAST DIGITAL AGENDA ENGLISH 11 Marquez March 5, 2012— March 9, 2012 DO NOW: Journal Entry #8 (e-mail this to MrMarquez101@gmail.com): If you were offered absolute truth or constant happiness, which would you choose? What would be the blessings and possible consequences of your choice?MrMarquez101@gmail.com Journal Entry #9 Discuss your thoughts and opinions on John the Savage. What makes him such a compelling character? Would he be as memorable if he wasn’t so into Shaespeare>? California Standards: (Achieve 3000) Reading 1.0, Reading 1.0.1, Reading 2.0 (Individual) Reading Demonstrate knowledge of eighteenth-, nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century foundational works of American literature, including how two or more texts from the same period treat similar themes or topics. (Dierect) Determine two or more themes or central ideas of a text and analyze their development over the course of the text, including how they interact and build on one another to produce a complex account; provide an objective summary of the text. Essential Questions: Are we more concerned with attaining absolute truth or extensive happiness? Is it possible both can be one and the same? LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR STUDENTS: Given: The entire class… the learner will: Learn and master the use of the eleven types of propaganda. by: Creating a advertisement depicting a product of their choice, a spokesperson, and a slogan to show knowledge and mastery of the eleven types of propaganda used in modern day advertising agencies. from Issa Assessment: Brave New World Quiz and Advertisement Assignment
Individual Instruction: Wednesday 3/7/2012 * Log onto Achieve3000 -Read the Article for Wednesday, March 7, 2012 -Complete Steps 1-5 -Be sure to respond to the Reading Connections after each paragraph (SUMMARIZE, GENERATE QUESTIONS, and SETTING THE PURPOSE). I WILL be checking to see if you’re keeping on task. Direct Instruction: Monday 3/5/2012 -Brave New World Vocabulary *Get the definitions for the ten terms during lecture. *During today’s lecture, we will analyze the conversation between John the Savage and Mustafa Mond and the relationship between the truth and happiness. This is the heart of he novel so be sure to ask questions during Direct Instruction. *Reading from Chapter 14. Thursday 3/8/2012 -Brave New World Quiz #3 *This marks our third and final quiz before the Brave New World test. Answer the questions in full and turn your papers in when complete. *Advertisement Presentations *Class Readings of Brave New World (if time allows) HOMEWORK: Finish the novel this weekend! Collaborative Station: Monday, 3/5/2012 -Advertising Firm Assignment- Last Thursday in Direct Instruction, we discussed the eleven different type of propaganda used today. Now you’ll be using that information to create your own advertisement. Select a product, hire a celebrity spokesperson, and create a catchy slogan. Remember, the slogan should be short and easy to remember. A rubric for this assignment will be handed out in class. (Due for Presentations during Direct on Thursday). Thursday 3/8/2012 Working with a partner, answer the questions on the Brave New World handout. Consider this a study guide for the final test. Continue working on the Advertisement Project. If you finish everything before the next rotation, read from the novel.