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1 PofE II Into Class: Monday, February 2 nd 1.Come in and get out a piece of loose leaf paper. 2.Title it “Fighting” and respond to the following prompt: Think about a fight you have had with anyone (mom, dad, sibling, boyfriend/ girlfriend, friend, etc.). Tell the story about what happened. Out of Class (Homework): 1.NONE! Today’s Goal: Practice using dialogue in narrative writing in preparation for Q1 EA Due today: 1.None Handouts/Pieces Read: 1.None

2 American Lit. Into Class: Monday, Feb. 2 nd 1.Please come in and grab a literature book off the shelf and get out a writing utensil. 2.Open up to pg Out of Class (Homework): 1.None! Today’s Goal: Become aware of the literary elements of the Puritan era. Due today: 1. NONE! Handouts/Pieces Read: 1.SOAPStone Chart 2.“Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” – pg. 120

3 PofE II Into Class: Tuesday, February 3 rd 1.Come in and get out your notes from yesterday. 2.Revise your “Fighting “ story from yesterday using dialogue and sensory details to show the reader what happened. Each time you lead into a piece of dialogue, use the word ‘said’ as your dialogue tag. Out of Class (Homework): 1.Revise “Fighting Paragraph” – Needs to have at least five lines of dialogue and not use ‘Said’. Today’s Goal: Understand how to use Voice to dialogue to improve the quality of narrative writing Due today: 1.None Handouts/Pieces Read: 1.More Than 100 Words to Say ‘Said’ 2.‘Said’ Classification Chart

4 American Lit. Into Class: Tuesday, Feb. 3 rd 1.Come in and get out your SOAPStone worksheet from yesterday, a piece of loose leaf paper, and a writing utensil. Out of Class (Homework): 1.Finish Sermon – due Thursday! Today’s Goal: Become aware of the literary elements of the Puritan era. Due today: 1.NONE! Handouts/Pieces Read: 1.“Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” Sermon Assignment

5 _____________ in the hands of a(n) noun ____________ ________________. adjective noun

6 PofE II Into Class: Wednesday, Feb. 4 th 1.Come in and grab a card from Ms. Whitaker. 2.Sit at the group that corresponds with your card. 3.Get out your “Fighting” Paragraph that was homework and your ‘Said’ packet from yesterday. Staple them, make sure your name is on it, and turn it in to your hour’s bin. Out of Class (Homework): 1.NONE! Today’s Goal: Understand how to use dialogue to improve the quality of narrative writing Due today: 1.Revised “Fighting” Paragraph Handouts/Pieces Read: 1.Punctuating Dialogue 2.Dialogue Group Activity Snippets

7 “I love to go the movies,” Cameron said, “but there is nothing good showing at all.” “I know,” Marcie replied. “It is crazy how many silly romantic comedies they churn out.” “Tell me about it,” Cameron exclaimed. “If I see one more stupid Kate Hudson/Matthew McConaughey puke-fest, I will personally poke my eye out with an ice-pick and perform my own lobotomy!” “I think that may be a little bit outrageous,” Marcie pointed out, “but I can get behind the sentiment. My big beef, though, is the atrocious horror movies lately. What happened to scaring us rather than grossing us out?” “Would you rather go out to dinner tonight?” Cameron asked. “Sounds like a plan,” Marcie agreed. They left to go to the corner deli, walking arm in arm.

8 American Lit. Into Class: Wednesday, Feb 4 th 1.Please come in and grab a literature book; turn to pg Out of Class (Homework): 1.Sermon due Tomorrow! Today’s Goal: Introduce ourselves to background information on The Crucible. Due today: 1. None! Handouts/Pieces Read: 1.The Crucible – Overture 2.Prediction Paragraph

9 PofE II Into Class: Thursday, February 5 th 1.Come in and sit in your new seat with your dialogue group. 2.Come grab your dialogue pink card from Ms. Whitaker and get out a piece of loose leaf paper for your group. Out of Class (Homework): 1.Be ready to present dialogue stories tomorrow! 2.Bring in any picture for photo prompt! Today’s Goal: Understand how to use dialogue to improve the quality of narrative writing Due today: 1. None Handouts/Pieces Read: 1.Dialogue Group Activity Snippets

10 Group Dialogue Activity 1.Choose a narrative for your group. 2.Revise the paragraph by writing dialogue instead of only narrative. Use vivid vocabulary and avoid the words ‘said’ or ‘tell.’ 3.Prepare to perform your dialogues by practicing out loud, using expression. One person will read the information that is not dialogue while the others will read the dialogue of the different characters. 4.Present your dialogue to the class. 5.You need at least 10 lines of dialogue and three out of the five senses.

11 American Lit. Into Class: Thursday, Feb. 5 th 1.Come in and get out your homework from last night. 2.Then, get out a literature book and open it to pg Out of Class (Homework): 1.NONE! Today’s Goal: Analyze the actions of the characters in Act I and how they contribute to the plot and theme of the play. Due today: 1. Sermon Handouts/Pieces Read: 1.The Crucible – Act I

12 PofE II Into Class: Friday, February 6 th 1.Come in and get out your group dialogue story or grab your copies from Ms. Whitaker. Also pick up your pink slip. 2.Practice reading it in your group so you’re ready to present in a few minutes. Out of Class (Homework): 1.NONE – Have a great weekend! Today’s Goal: Understand how to use dialogue to improve the quality of narrative writing Due today: 1.Group Dialogue Activity Story 2.Photo Prompt Picture Handouts/Pieces Read: 1.Picture Prompt Writing

13 Using one of the photos on your table, write a story that narrates what is going on in the picture. Be sure to include the following: -3 lines of dialogue -At least 3 sensory details -At least 1 Smiley Face Trick

14 Six Traits Story with Class Revisions Smiley Face Tricks Paragraph Self-Portrait with Paragraph Let’s Talk Voice Interactive Notes Favorite Song Paragraph Challenge Paragraph

15 American Lit. Into Class: Friday, Feb. 6th 1.Come in and grab a textbook. Open to pg Out of Class (Homework): 1.Finish Act 1 Response Perfect Paragraph Today’s Goal: Analyze the actions of the characters in Act I and how they contribute to the plot and theme of the play. Due today: 1. Q1 EA#1 Unpacking Handouts/Pieces Read: 1.The Crucible 2.Act 1 Response Paragraph

16 Reflect on the events that occurred in Act I of The Crucible. In Perfect Paragraph Format, respond to the following prompt using textual support to back up your argument: Based on the behavior of the young girls in Act I, do you feel the girls are truly bewitched by some sort of witchcraft or dark force or are they faking it to avoid getting into trouble? Support your argument with at least three quotes from the story, making sure to cite your quotes in MLA format.


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