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1 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

2 Agenda: 11/13/12 DOL Warmup Thematic Focus Pickup Books

3 Reminders today  INs this week  AoW 11 Friday

4 Thematic Focus Who are you? On a piece of paper, do a brainstorm web for the word “IDENTITY” and, in your table groups, come up with all of the factors that influence or affect a person’s identity

5 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

6 Agenda: 11/14/12 DOL Warmup Review Identity Criterion

7 Reminders this week  AoW 11 Friday

8 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

9 Agenda: 11/15/12 Computer Lab: Criterion PreAssessment

10 Reminders tomorrow  AoW 11

11 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

12 Agenda: 11/16/12 DOL Warmup “Initiation” Turn ‘n’ Talk

13 Reminders today  AoW 11 next week  DOL + Reflection Tuesday

14 “Initiation” Discuss in your table groups:  Situations where peer pressure and need to belong to a group influence teen choices  Appropriate ways of responding to that pressure

15 “Initiation” Open TB to p398 As you read, keep track of the time order of events in a chart like below (on binder paper) Opening Scene: Friday Night Events in the Flashback Final Scene: Later Friday Night

16 Turn ‘n’ Talk Get out your AoW Turn to someone at your table who also did it  If no one at your table did it, find someone who has Write down on the back of your reflection the name of your TnT partner Share 3. Three things you found interesting 2. Two questions you have after reading 1. One new thing you learned

17 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search of Identity

18 Agenda: 11/19/12 DOL Warmup “One Thousand Dollars”

19 Reminders tomorrow  DOL + Reflection

20 “One Thousand Dollars” You have inherited a significant amount of money from a relative who has died. On a piece of binder paper, make two columns and list responsible and irresponsible ways of spending it

21 “One Thousand Dollars” On the same binder paper, answer the following questions at pauses in the story (while you follow along: TB p387)

22 “One Thousand Dollars” On the same binder paper, answer the following questions at pauses in the story (while you follow along: TB p387) 1.What are the conditions in Bobby Gillian’s uncle’s will?

23 “One Thousand Dollars” On the same binder paper, answer the following questions at pauses in the story (while you follow along: TB p387) 1.What are the conditions in Bobby Gillian’s uncle’s will? 2.How do you think Old Bryson feels about Gillian? Use evidence from the text to support.

24 “One Thousand Dollars” On the same binder paper, answer the following questions at pauses in the story (while you follow along: TB p387) 1.What are the conditions in Bobby Gillian’s uncle’s will? 2.How do you think Old Bryson feels about Gillian? Use evidence from the text to support. 3.How does Gillian feel about Miss Hayden?

25 “One Thousand Dollars” On the same binder paper, answer the following questions at pauses in the story (while you follow along: TB p387) 1.What are the conditions in Bobby Gillian’s uncle’s will? 2.How do you think Old Bryson feels about Gillian? Use evidence from the text to support. 3.How does Gillian feel about Miss Hayden? 4.What new terms does Gillian find out about the inheritance when he returns his accounting?

26 “One Thousand Dollars” On the same binder paper, answer the following in a reframed sentence:  What does Bobby Gillian’s final decision about the money demonstrate about his character?

27 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

28 Agenda: 11/20/12 DOL Warmup Vocabulary 3-1 Definitions “Getting a Job” from I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

29 Reminders today  DOL + Reflection next class  Reading Journal Lord of the Flies c1-4 next week  Vocabulary Definitions & Sentences Tuesday  DOL & Reflection Wednesday  Vocabulary Review & Quiz Thursday  AoW #12 Friday

30 Vocabulary Definitions 1.Teacher reads word 2.Class repeats word 3.Teacher reads sentence 4.Students individually guess word’s meaning 5.Repeat 1-4 to end 6.Students get definitions for HW  Do NOT use word as part of definition  Definitions must be 3 words or more long  Definition must match both part of speech and way word is used in sample sentence

31 “Getting a Job” Open TB to p412 As you read, write down  Three causes that led Marguerite to seek the job of streetcar conductor  Three effects that this experience had on her life

32 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

33 Agenda: 11/26/12 DOL Warmup Who Should Survive?

34 Reminders today  Reading Journal Lord of the Flies c1-4 tomorrow  Vocabulary Definitions & Sentences this week  DOL & Reflection Wednesday  Vocabulary Review & Quiz Thursday  AoW #12 Friday next week  Reading Journal Lord of the Flies c5-8

35 Who Should Survive On back of worksheet, copy chart: NameReasons to Save Reasons to Leave Decision Dr. Dane Mrs. Dane Bobby Mrs. Victor Jean Garcia Mary Evans Mr. Newton Mrs. Clark Mr. Blake Father Frans Dr. Gonzales

36 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

37 Agenda: 11/27/12 DOL Warmup Vocabulary Review 3-1 Lord of the Flies c1-4 Quiz

38 Reminders today  Vocabulary Definitions & Sentences tomorrow  DOL & Reflection this week  Vocabulary Review & Quiz Thursday  AoW #12 Friday next week  Reading Journal Lord of the Flies c5-8

39 Vocabulary Review: Unit 3-1 Column 1: Fill in the words & parts of speech Column 2: Your best recollection of the definition Column 3: Rate your knowledge/comfort with the word now Column 4: The actual definition, from your chart or dictionary (for HW) precariousness (n) prestige (n) acquaint (v) encumber (v) disreputable (adj) exclusive (adj) spontaneous (adj) vivacious (adj) conclusively (adv) genially (adv)

40 Lord of the Flies c1-4 Quiz I will distribute the tests when desks are clear and there is no talking Write directly on test  If you don’t know, guess ;) When finished, flip test facedown so I know you are done Electronics are welcome after you’ve finished if there is time on the clock

41 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

42 Agenda: 11/28/12 DOL Warmup Symbolism

43 Reminders today  DOL & Reflection tomorrow  Vocabulary Review & Quiz this week  AoW #12 Friday next week  Reading Journal Lord of the Flies c5-8

44 Symbolism

45 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

46 Agenda: 11/29/12 DOL Warmup Vocabulary 3-1 Quiz LotF Groupwork

47 Reminders today  Vocabulary Review & Quiz tomorrow  AoW #12  Personal Symbol next week  Lord of the Flies c5-8 Reading Journal Monday

48 Vocabulary Quiz I will distribute tests when it is quiet Fill in the blanks with the correct words from the word bank  Points will be deducted if word is misspelled Turn test over on desk when finished  Non-disruptive electronics use is welcome once test is completed Remain quiet until everyone is finished or time is up

49 Vocabulary Quiz Reflection Copy & complete the following sentences on the back of your quiz 1.On this quiz I scored a _____. 2.I expected to score a _____. 3.The reason(s) why I did/not meet my expectation is/are ___________________. *You WILL still be doing a Word Wall this grading period, just on a separate sheet of paper

50 LotF Groupwork You can only participate if you have done the reading! 1 person per question  Use evidence from the text (quotes) to support 1 person per box (Switch roles each chapter)  Connections (to other stories or real life)  Words (interesting or confusing, w/ definition)  Illustration (drawing 1 or more vivid scenes)  Passages (interesting/descriptive, moving sentences or passages) with citations Feel free to use the back for more room/extra credit

51 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

52 Agenda: 11/30/12 DOL Warmup AoW Turn ‘n’ Talk LotF Groupwork

53 Reminders today  AoW #12  Personal Symbol next class  Lord of the Flies c5-8 Reading Journal Monday

54 Turn ‘n’ Talk Get out your AoW Turn to someone at your table who also did it  If no one at your table did it, find someone who has Write down on the back of your reflection the name of your TnT partner Share (and write down your partner’s answers) 3. Three things you found interesting 2. Two questions you have after reading 1. One new thing you learned

55 LotF Groupwork You can only participate if you have done the reading! 1 person per question  Use evidence from the text (quotes) to support 1 person per box (Switch roles each chapter)  Connections (to other stories or real life)  Words (interesting or confusing, w/ definition)  Illustration (drawing 1 or more vivid scenes)  Passages (interesting/descriptive, moving sentences or passages) with citations Feel free to use the back for more room/extra credit

56 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

57 Agenda: 12/3/12 DOL Warmup LotF c5-8 Reading Quiz LotF Groupwork

58 Reminders today  LotF c5-8 Reading Journal this week  DOL & Reflection Wednesday  Vocabulary 3-2 Definitions Thursday  AoW 13 Friday

59 Lord of the Flies c5-8 Quiz I will distribute the tests when desks are clear and there is no talking Write directly on test  If you don’t know, guess ;) When finished, flip test facedown so I know you are done Electronics are welcome after you’ve finished if there is time on the clock

60 LotF Groupwork You can only participate if you have done ALL the reading! 1 person per question per chapter  Use evidence from the text (quotes) to support 1 person per box (Switch roles each chapter)  Connections (to other stories or real life)  Words (interesting or confusing, w/ definition)  Illustration (drawing 1 or more vivid scenes)  Passages (interesting/descriptive, moving sentences or passages) with citations Feel free to use the back for more room/extra credit

61 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

62 Agenda: 12/4/12 DOL Warmup Vocabulary Definitions 3-2 LotF Groupwork

63 Reminders tomorrow  DOL & Reflection this week  Vocabulary 3-2 Definitions Thursday  AoW 13 Friday

64 Vocabulary Definitions 1.Teacher reads word 2.Class repeats word 3.Teacher reads sentence 4.Students individually guess word’s meaning 5.Repeat 1-4 to end 6.Students get definitions for HW  Do NOT use word as part of definition  Definitions must be 3 words or more long  Definition must match both part of speech and way word is used in sample sentence

65 LotF Groupwork You can only participate if you have done ALL the reading! 1 person per question per chapter  Use evidence from the text (quotes) to support 1 person per box (Switch roles each chapter)  Connections (to other stories or real life)  Words (interesting or confusing, w/ definition)  Illustration (drawing 1 or more vivid scenes)  Passages (interesting/descriptive, moving sentences or passages) with citations Feel free to use the back for more room/extra credit

66 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

67 Agenda: 12/5/12 DOL Warmup WWYCD

68 Reminders today  DOL & Reflection tomorrow  Vocabulary 3-2 Definitions this week  AoW 13 Friday

69 Important Announcements Meeting in lab A-402 tomorrow, go straight there All late work must be turned in by Friday, 12/14  NO EXCEPTIONS (even if absent)

70 WWYCD Get out a piece of binder paper and title it “WWYCD” At your table, decide who is A, B, C, and D (choose a letter)  Write that letter at the top left corner Your assigned character is: A.Jack B.Ralph C.Piggy D.Littluns Write your assigned character next to the letter on your paper

71 WWYCD If the zombie apocalypse were to happen to the boys in Lord of the Flies:  What would your character do (plan of action)?  How would you rate his survival & why? Scale of 1-10 (1=zombie food, 10=last man standing) Use information from the book (or supplement from internet, if needed) Write 1 paragraph per question  C=3 sentences per paragraph  B=4 sentences per paragraph  A=5+ sentences per paragraph

72 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

73 Agenda: 12/6/12 Criterion

74 Reminders tomorrow  Vocabulary 3-2 Definitions  AoW 13

75 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

76 Agenda: 12/7/12 DOL Warmup Turn n Talk: AoW 13 LotF Groupwork c5-8

77 Reminders today  Vocabulary 3-2 Definitions  AoW 13 next class  Lord of the Flies c9-12 Reading Journal & Quiz next week  Vocabulary 3-2 Sentences Tuesday  DOL & Reflection Wednesday  Vocabulary 3-2 Review & Quiz Thursday  AoW #14 Friday ALL LATE WORK IN FRIDAY; NO EXCEPTIONS

78 Turn ‘n’ Talk Get out your AoW Turn to someone at your table who also did it  If no one at your table did it, find someone who has Write down on the back of your reflection the name of your TnT partner Share (and write down your partner’s answers) 3. Three things you found interesting 2. Two questions you have after reading 1. One new thing you learned

79 LotF Groupwork You can only participate if you have done ALL the reading!  If group members have not caught up, others can steal questions for extra credit 1 person per question per chapter  Use evidence from the text (quotes) to support 1 person per box (Switch roles each chapter)  Connections (to other stories or real life)  Words (interesting or confusing, w/ definition)  Illustration (drawing 1 or more vivid scenes)  Passages/Quotes (interesting/descriptive) w/ pg #s Feel free to use the back for more room/extra credit

80 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

81 Agenda: 12/10/12 DOL Warmup LotF c9-12 Quiz LotF Groupwork c9-12

82 Reminders today  Lord of the Flies c9-12 Reading Journal & Quiz tomorrow  Vocabulary 3-2 Sentences this week  DOL & Reflection Wednesday  Vocabulary 3-2 Review & Quiz Thursday  AoW #14 Friday ALL LATE WORK IN FRIDAY; NO EXCEPTIONS

83 Lord of the Flies c9-12 Quiz I will distribute the tests when desks are clear and there is no talking Write directly on test  If you don’t know, guess ;) When finished, flip test facedown so I know you are done Electronics are welcome after you’ve finished if there is time on the clock

84 LotF Groupwork You can only participate if you have done ALL the reading!  If not caught up, read chapters now 1 person per question per chapter  Use evidence from the text (quotes) to support 1 person per box (Switch roles each chapter)  Connections (to other stories or real life)  Words (interesting or confusing, w/ definition)  Illustration (drawing 1 or more vivid scenes)  Passages/Quotes (interesting/descriptive) w/ pg #s Feel free to use the back for more room/extra credit

85 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

86 Agenda: 12/11/12 DOL Warmup Vocabulary Review 3-2 LotF Groupwork c9-12

87 Reminders today  Vocabulary 3-2 Sentences tomorrow  DOL & Reflection this week  Vocabulary 3-2 Review & Quiz Thursday  AoW #14 Friday ALL LATE WORK IN FRIDAY; NO EXCEPTIONS

88 Vocabulary Review: Unit 3-2 Column 1: Fill in the words & parts of speech Column 2: Your best recollection of the definition Column 3: Rate your knowledge/comfort with the word now Column 4: The actual definition, from your chart or dictionary (for HW) stipulate (v) dexterous (adj) haughty (adj) hypocrisy (n) prudent (adj) venerable (adj) terse (adj) diametrically (adv) haphazardly (adv) ostensibly (adv)

89 LotF Groupwork You can only participate if you have done ALL the reading!  If not caught up, read chapters now 1 person per question per chapter  Use evidence from the text (quotes) to support 1 person per box (Switch roles each chapter)  Connections (to other stories or real life)  Words (interesting or confusing, w/ definition)  Illustration (drawing 1 or more vivid scenes)  Passages/Quotes (interesting/descriptive) w/ pg #s Feel free to use the back for more room/extra credit

90 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

91 Agenda: 12/12/12 DOL Warmup Symbolism in LotF

92 Reminders today  DOL & Reflection tomorrow  Vocabulary 3-2 Review & Quiz this week  AoW #14 Friday ALL LATE WORK IN FRIDAY; NO EXCEPTIONS next week  Word Wall & Practice Monday  Grading Period Reflection Day of Final  Unit Test Day of Final

93 Determining Symbolic Associations Special qualities/talents Tendencies Repeated motifs Connotations Relationships

94 Determining Symbolic Associations With your table group, brainstorm as many things you can associate with:  Butterfly  Dog  Snake  Spider  Ant

95 Determining Symbolic Associations With your table group, brainstorm as many things you can associate with:  Butterfly =  Dog =  Snake =  Spider =  Ant =

96 Determining Symbolic Associations With your table group, brainstorm as many things you can associate with:  Butterfly = Evolution  Dog =  Snake =  Spider =  Ant =

97 Determining Symbolic Associations With your table group, brainstorm as many things you can associate with:  Butterfly = Evolution  Dog = Loyalty  Snake =  Spider =  Ant =

98 Determining Symbolic Associations With your table group, brainstorm as many things you can associate with:  Butterfly = Evolution  Dog = Loyalty  Snake = Change  Spider =  Ant =

99 Determining Symbolic Associations With your table group, brainstorm as many things you can associate with:  Butterfly = Evolution  Dog = Loyalty  Snake = Change  Spider = Creativity  Ant =

100 Determining Symbolic Associations With your table group, brainstorm as many things you can associate with:  Butterfly = Evolution  Dog = Loyalty  Snake = Change  Spider = Creativity  Ant = hard work

101 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

102 Agenda: 12/13/12 DOL Warmup Vocabulary 3-2 Quiz Symbolism in LotF

103 Reminders today  Vocabulary 3-2 Review & Quiz tomorrow  AoW #14 Friday ALL LATE WORK IN FRIDAY; NO EXCEPTIONS next week  Word Wall & Practice Monday  DOL & Reflection Monday  Grading Period Reflection Day of Final  Unit Test Day of Final

104 Vocabulary Quiz I will distribute tests when it is quiet Fill in the blanks with the correct words from the word bank  Points will be deducted if word is misspelled Turn test over on desk when finished  Non-disruptive electronics use is welcome once test is completed Remain quiet until everyone is finished or time is up

105 Vocabulary Quiz Reflection Copy & complete the following sentences on the back of your quiz 1.On this quiz I scored a _____. 2.I expected to score a _____. 3.The reason(s) why I did/not meet my expectation is/are ___________________. *You WILL still be doing a Word Wall this grading period, just on a separate sheet of paper

106 Guiding Questions On lined side of card: names on red line, answers to below on blue lines 1.What is important to him? / What is its purpose? 2.What does he do? / How is it actually used? 3.How does he/it interact with others? 4.What events/actions is he/it responsible for? On unlined side: 1-3 guesses what abstract noun/concept he/it symbolizes

107 1.Piggy 2.Ralph 3.Simon 4.Roger 5.Jack 6.The Island 7.The “Scar” 8.The Fire 9.Lord of the Flies

108 Determining Symbolic Associations With your table group, brainstorm as many things you can associate with:  Cat  Owl  Raven

109 Determining Symbolic Associations With your table group, brainstorm as many things you can associate with:  Cat =  Owl =  Raven =

110 Determining Symbolic Associations With your table group, brainstorm as many things you can associate with:  Cat = curiosity/independence  Owl =  Raven = death

111 Determining Symbolic Associations With your table group, brainstorm as many things you can associate with:  Cat = curiosity/independence  Owl = wisdom  Raven =

112 Determining Symbolic Associations With your table group, brainstorm as many things you can associate with:  Cat = curiosity/independence  Owl = wisdom  Raven = death

113 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

114 Agenda: 12/14/12 DOL Warmup Turn ‘n’ Talk LotF c9-12 Groupwork

115 Reminders today  AoW #14 ALL LATE WORK IN FRIDAY; NO EXCEPTIONS next class  Word Wall & Practice Monday  DOL & Reflection Monday next week  Grading Period Reflection Day of Final  Unit Test Day of Final

116 Turn ‘n’ Talk Get out your AoW Turn to someone at your table who also did it  If no one at your table did it, find someone who has Write down on the back of your reflection the name of your TnT partner Share (and write down your partner’s answers) 3. Three things you found interesting 2. Two questions you have after reading 1. One new thing you learned

117 LotF Groupwork You can only participate if you have done ALL the reading!  If group members have not caught up, others can steal questions for extra credit 1 person per question per chapter  Use evidence from the text (quotes) to support 1 person per box (Switch roles each chapter)  Connections (to other stories or real life)  Words (interesting or confusing, w/ definition)  Illustration (drawing 1 or more vivid scenes)  Passages/Quotes (interesting/descriptive) w/ pg #s Feel free to use the back for more room/extra credit

118 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

119 Agenda: 12/17/12 LotF Review Unit Test Review

120 Reminders today  Word Wall & Practice  DOL & Reflection this week  Grading Period Reflection Day of Final  Unit Test Day of Final

121 LotF Review In your table groups, complete the plot worksheet, filling in the blanks.

122 Who’s Who: Ralph Ralph is twelve years old with blond hair, and is the most charismatic of the group. He is dependable, responsible, kind and a sensitive leader. He wants their society to operate in a democratic and civilized way and is distressed when things go wrong. He shows physical courage, such as when he forces himself to climb the mountain and face the beast, and moral courage in the way he admits his part in Simon’s murder. He struggles to continue believing that people are fundamentally good. Ralph represents the values of civilization and democratic rule, which are eventually defeated by the evil contained within society.

123 Who’s Who: Jack Jack is about Ralph’s age, with a skinnier build, red hair, and freckled. He has a fierce and aggressive desire to lead and control. At the start he controls the choir with military discipline and at the end he rules his tribe of savages with the weapons of fear and torture. He overcomes and suppresses the civilized restraints that originally prevented him from killing a pig and surrenders himself to his violent and bloodthirsty instincts. He finds fulfillment in exercising power over others. His beating of Wilfred is a cruel abuse of his power. His ability to tell people what they want to hear allows him to overtake Ralph as chief. Jack represents savagery and anarchy (the opposite or foil of civilization and order)

124 Who’s Who: Piggy Piggy is a short and overweight boy who wears glasses. He represents intelligence and rational thought. He is afflicted with asthma and doesn’t care to do strenuous work. These contribute in making him and outsider. His common sense and scientific point of view make him an adult-type figure. He shows unswerving loyalty to Ralph and to the end believes in the values represented by the conch. He can be morally dishonest and is unimaginative; his is the smartest boy on the island but has no social skills. His worth while qualities gradually emerge, and in the end he is seen courageously standing up for sense and rational behavior.

125 Who’s Who: Simon Simon is younger than the older boys but older than the littluns. He is considered a saint, a lover of mankind. He is very good and pure, and has the most positive outlook. He often retreats to his own secret den. He meets up with a pig head skewered on a stick, which becomes knows as the Lord of the Flies. Simon is killed soon afterward by all of the boys who were caught up in a savage dance. Like martyrs who die for others, he is killed as he tries to tell the boys the truth about their situation. He represents the good side of humanity and its better qualities.

126 Who’s Who: Roger Roger is a small boy with dirty and shaggy black hair. He represents pure evil and wrongness. He has no mercy, and is the first one to intentionally kill another boy when he smashed Piggy with a boulder. He gets sadistic pleasure from torturing a pig and other boys on the island. Roger is one of Jack’s loyal helpers, and gladly carries out his orders. He represents the evil side of

127 Objects Lord of the Flies: Devil, temptation Island: the world Scar: destruction caused by mankind on the world Fire: connection to civilization/desire to be rescued

128 Unit Test Review 50 Multiple Choice Questions 1 Short Essay

129 Unit Test Review Part 1: Literature (25 questions)  Lord of the Flies  Symbolism  Allegory

130 Unit Test Review Part 2: DOL Review (25 questions)  Comparisons, subject-verb agreement, hyphens, commonly misspelled words, plurals, capitalization, commas, end punctuation, run-on sentences, fragments, pronouns (subject vs. object), verb tense agreement, helping verbs, articles, appositive phrases, semicolons, quotations, interruptors, direct addresses, colons, adverbs, compound words, apostrophes, introductory words/phrases, contractions

131 Unit Test Review Part 2: DOL Review (25 questions) Ex: James wanted to go to the park, however; his Mom says he was too sick and needed to rest. What is the best way to correct the underlined section? a.park, however, his Mom says b.park; however, his Mom said c.park; however, his mom says d.park; however, his mom said

132 An Early Holiday Gift You are welcome to use 1 3”x5” notecard on the multiple choice portion of the test

133 Ms. Oing English 2 Unit 3: The Search for Identity

134 Agenda: Semester 1 Finals Benchmark Final Unit 3 Test

135 Reminders today  Grading Period Reflection Day of Final  Unit Test Day of Final

136 Final & Unit Tests There is no Form Letter for either test Benchmark Tests  Allowed up to 50 minutes  Turn in when finished Rest until 50m is up, or Get started on Unit Test Unit 3 Test  Turn in Multiple Choice part of test before beginning essay, then pick up textbooks  Write essay on back of answer sheet For an A, must include evidence from textbook AND novel Non-disruptive use of electronics is welcome after both tests are completed and turned in


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