Presentation on theme: "To Kill a Mockingbird: Reflection Chapters 1-4 Story sharing Centers Last 10 minutes dedicated to Shakespeare Theme Park preparation."— Presentation transcript:
To Kill a Mockingbird: Reflection Chapters 1-4 Story sharing Centers Last 10 minutes dedicated to Shakespeare Theme Park preparation
Take out your novel packets, spiral, and writing utensil Take out your questions for Whose Shoes, Chapters 1- 2, and your story. Place this at the top of your table Open your spiral to a new page. Title this new page: Description of the Finch family Describe the Finch family: who are its members, what are their values, what do the children learn from their father? Write a minimum of 4 sentences. If you finish early, draw one of the characters. When you are done, share your Whose Shoes story with someone nearby.
Anticipation guide Read page 1 in your packet. Write agree or disagree to each question. When the timer goes off discuss your answers with those sitting around you. Turn to a clean page in your spiral and page 40 in your packet. Complete the first 5 sentence corrections and identify the errors in each.
Extension: CENTERS! “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view… until you climb into his skin and walk around in it” (36). Meaning? When you get to your centers keep this quote in mind. What happens when people do not follow this advice? 15 minutes for centers. Roles and descriptions: next slide
Centers of Awareness: Duties Lawyer: (Discussion Leader) Keep group focus on task at hand. Assist with activities where needed Foreman (Researcher and Paraphraser) this person will look up the information necessary. Paraphrases the information the researcher reads. Tells the laborer what to write. Laborer (Researcher and Writer) this person will write down the answer to the question after the group has agreed on what he or she will write. Artist (Researcher and Illustrator) Choose one main concept to illustrate. Include a caption
Centers of Awareness: Duties Life of an author and her book Author background and Reviews: Harper Lee pp 4-5 Not so great: The Great Depression. Page 6 in your packet A Scar on America: Racism and the Scottsboro Trial As sweet as Georgia peach pie! Exploring language, expressions, and vocabulary. Everyone bring the first section of your packets. pp 7-9