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Thursday – January 29, 2015 Entry Task Take out ind. Reading book and reading log. DO NOT borrow a book from my shelf Agenda Daily edits Review – To rebel – To conform Expository essay – In-class writing assignment Homework: syllabus due tomorrow
You will need… Reading log Pen/pencil Shakespeare background notes Expository assignment
Learning Targets I can identify grammatical errors in a sentence. I know what is expected of me in the expository essay I can organize my writing using the chunk format
Success Criteria Students will have… …completed their reading log and daily edits …considered how much control they have of their lives …written 3 paragraphs about control, rebelling and conforming
Unit 3 Essential Questions 1. How much do we control our lives, choices and actions ? 2.How, when, and why do other factors or people influence us? 3. How do we decide when to conform and when to rebel ?
Take a few minutes and think about the following questions...Be prepared to share your thinking! You will write an in-class essay shortly that addresses similar ideas… 1.How much do you control your life ? Pick one of the following: Choice A : I control my life Choice B : Others have control over my life (name 3 people) 2.When and Why do you rebel against rules and expectations? 3.How and Why do you conform to rules and expectations?
Personal Expository In-class essay Paragraph = 5-8 sentences It’s okay to use “I” in this essay DO NOT use “You” Remember how to organize a chunk paragraph! Topic sentence – answers the question T CD – transition, concrete detail (evidence/reasoning) CM – explain HOW the example proves your TS (opinion) CM – explain WHY the example is important to your life (opinion) Concluding sentence – restate the topic sentence * Scoring Criteria 50% Ideas : Is your point clear? 50% Voice: Is it expressed with strong diction that shows emotion?