Presentation on theme: "Plan your week: 3/9-3/13 Today you’ll need your vocab collection, planner, journal, SpringBoard, highlighter, and a writing utensil MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday."— Presentation transcript:
Plan your week: 3/9-3/13 Today you’ll need your vocab collection, planner, journal, SpringBoard, highlighter, and a writing utensil MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday DueDue ReflectionVocab Due CWCW 1)Vocabulary 2)Understand Assessment Characterization and relationships Miss Caroline and Scout conflict Analyzing BooAnalyzing Boo continued. HWHW Vocab Read chapter 1 Finish reading chapter 2 Read chapters 3 and 4 Read chapters 5 &6 Read Chapters 7-9
Vocabulary 20 Bio: Life Abiogenesis Biogenesis Biodegradable Biometrics Symbiosis Tomy (Tom) cutting Anatomy Dichotomy Tome Lobotomy Phlebotomy
Unit 3 Assessment 2- New page in journal. Create a check list of skills and knowledge needed to successfully complete the assessment. Divide them up into two categories: reading/understanding and writing. Your assignment is to write a passage analysis of a key coming-of-age scene from To Kill a Mockingbird. After annotating the text to analyze Harper Lee’s use of literary elements in your selected passage, write an essay explaining how the literary elements in this passage help develop a theme of the novel.
Unit 3 Assessment 2 Novel Vocabulary Give yourself 2 pages (front and back) for novel vocabulary. As you read, you will be keeping track of new vocabulary you come across. It will be your job to keep up with this, and define the words you find. Include page numbers for each word.
Activity 3.9: Think- Pair- Share - write your response on the Unit 3 Assessment 2 page In the first half of the unit, you began to explore the idea of context and how different aspects of context can affect a reader’s response to a novel. With a partner discuss the following two questions: – How might your response to the novel differ from someone who read the book in the 1960s? – What other aspects of context might impact your response to the novel?
On page 204 The excerpts are from a variety of readers responding to the novel To Kill a Mockingbird. As you read them, mark the text by highlighting words or phrases that identify the reader’s tone or attitude toward the novel and aspects of his/her personal context that shaped the response. After each passage, write out an explanation about what experiences impacted his/her reaction to the novel and why.