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English 1-2 Tuesday, Sept. 16 AGENDA: Go over Plot Diagram Discuss Vocabulary Words/Quiz Listen to audio of “The Most Dangerous Game” Bell Work 1.Pick up an orange textbook 2.In your notebook, start a new page called: “The Most Dangerous Game” VOCAB 3. Copy down the following words, giving yourself space to write definitions: CRAGTANGIBLE ZEALOUS RISING ACTION OPAQUEQUARRY IMPERATIVECULTIVATED REASON (VERB)FALLING ACTION REASON (NOUN)ATTRIBUTES INEVITABLEPLOT CLIMAX
English 3-4 Tuesday, Sept. 16 AGENDA: Go over ASOT Lit Term Review Discuss Vocabulary Words/Quiz Listen to audio of “A Sound of Thunder ” Bell Work 1.Pick up a blue textbook 2.In your notebook, start a new page called: “A Sound of Thunder” VOCAB 3. Copy down the following words, giving yourself space to write definitions: GENREDICTION HYPERBOLEDENOTATION ANNIHILATEPRIMEVAL EXPENDABLEINFINITESIMALLY REVOKEUNDULATE TAINTSHEATHED SUBLIMINALCORRELATE INTERNAL RHYME
AVID Tuesday, Sept. 16 AGENDA: Read and Annotate “3- Story House” Discuss with table group Costa’s Levels of Questioning Costa’s House PPT Pledge Questions Bell Work 1.Make sure you picked up one of each handout on the front table. 2.On your own, read and annotate “3-Story House” Underline or highlight important parts, put a question make next to parts you don’t understand or have questions about 3.At the bottom of the poem (or on the back), write a brief summary of the poem AND what you think it means. How might it relate to AVID?
English 3-4 Wed., Sept. 17 AGENDA: Use vocab words in sentences Define “correlate” Finish listening to “A Sound of Thunder ” Bell Work Pick up a blue textbook Write complete sentences using the following vocab words : ANNIHILATE, EXPENDABLE, and INFINITESIMALLY Look up the denotation of the word “correlate,” then use it in a sentence.
English 1-2 Wed., Sept. 17 AGENDA: Use vocab words in sentences Listen to audio of TMDG Bell Work Pick up an orange textbook Use each of the following vocab words in a sentence: OPAQUE, TANGIBLE, QUARRY.
AVID Wednesday, Sept. 17 AGENDA: Bell Work: Creating Questions Share out Learning Logs Binder Check on Friday Homework Bell Work Please make sure you grabbed handouts from the front table! 1.Write 3 questions (one of each level) about something you are learning in one of your classes. 2.Make sure you are using the appropriate terms from yesterday’s COSTA’S LEVELS OF QUESTIONING handout. 3.Be prepared to share them with the class!
English 3-4 Thurs., Sept. 18 AGENDA: Finish “A Sound of Thunder ” Complete ASOT handout questions with group Alternate ending assignment FRIDAY: VOCAB QUIZ Bell Work Pick up a blue textbook If you haven’t already, make sure you have definitions written down for all 15 vocab words. Remember—first vocab quiz tomorrow.
English 1-2 Thurs., Sept. 18 AGENDA: Bell work Listen to audio of TMDG Fill in Plot Diagram and vocab definitions Bell Work Pick up an orange textbook Write 3-4 sentences responding to the following prompt: On pg. 48, Zaroff says, “Instinct is no match for reason.” What do you think is a more valuable attribute (trait or characteristic)—instinct or reason? Why?
AVID Thursday, Sept. 18 AGENDA: Bell Work: writing response Share out Learning Logs Binder Check on Friday 8-10 minute writing response What are some valuable things you’ve learned or experienced so far this year? Think about the following categories: academics, sports, social life, home life, responsibility and organization. Remember…not all learning experiences are enjoyable! What else do you hope to learn or experience this year? Give reasons why.
English 3-4 Fri., Sept. 19 AGENDA: Writing assignment instructions Vocab Quiz Work on alternate ending / sequel writing assignment, DUE MONDAY Bell Work Clear your desk of everything but something to write with AND something to cover your answers with, if you wish.
English 1-2 Fri., Sept. 19 AGENDA: Listen to Mr. Coker’s presentation Go to the library and work on assignment REMINDER: Vocab quiz Monday! Bell Work Please clear your table area of everything but a half-sheet of paper and something to write with. Be prepared to listen to our Student Librarian Mr. Coker (just kidding, you’re listening to Ms. McAllister!) and to jot down a few notes as he speaks.
AVID Friday, Sept. 19 AGENDA: Group photo Binder checks Getting to Know You Game Please have your binders and your binder-check rubrics in front of you. When you are sitting quietly with your supplies, I will know you are ready to quickly go outside for our group photo.
AVID: On the notecard I give you, write 3 things (but NOT your name). Your classmates will be reading these. 1. Somewhere that you’ve travelled 2. Your favorite food to eat or cook 3. Your favorite TV show, movie, or book