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Tuesday, October 23, 2012 Today’s Agenda Read the Fourth Tuesday Fill in Reading Guide and Lessons Chart **HOMEWORK DUE TOMORROW** Read “Fifth Tuesday” (14) And do reading guide
Tuesday, October 23, 2012 --Journal-- What is on your “bucket list”? What are the things you want to do before you die? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XiOcW_YR 1G8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XiOcW_YR 1G8
Friday, October 26, 2012 Journal Use all 4 vocab words from Ch. 14 & 15 in complete sentences. 1.Perish= to die 2.Remission= A decrease in or disappearance of signs and symptoms of a disease 3. Detach= to separate from something or someone 4. Vulnerability (vulnerable)= exposed to the possibility of being harmed Agenda 1.Review Quiz 2.Journal 3. Read “The Sixth Tuesday” (CH. 15)
Sentences… 1.After her break up with Joe, Sarah didn’t want to jump into another relationship because she felt too____________. 2.I had a difficult time _____________ myself from my parents when I left for college last year. 3.Signs of the disease could no longer be seen, so it was in _____________. 4.Sadly, the cat___________ in the fire. vulnerable detaching remission perished
CH. 14-15 Recap… (‘Fifth’ and ‘Sixth Tuesday’) 5 th Tuesday Importance of family, friends (love/support system) Mitch’s younger brother Made bad decisions but still “family favorite” Got cancer, moved to Spain, isolated himself
CH. 14-15 Recap… (‘Fifth’ and ‘Sixth Tuesday’) 6 th Tuesday Morrie can no longer eat solid food Morrie’s theory on “detaching from emotions”— know it instead of fearing the unknown 1. Fully experience the emotion 2. Recognize it 3. Detach from it 4. Set that emotion aside and know that now you are able to experience other emotions
“I don’t want to leave the world in a state of fright. I want to know what’s happening, accept it, get to a peaceful place and let go” (107).