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Mon., Nov. 10 – English 10-A WOTD: entice STARTER Explain how your assigned short story demonstrates the theme of OURSELVES AND OTHERS. (2-3 sentences, please) HOMEWORK Work on Qs for story = due Wed. AGENDA Take Quiz (Absent Fri.? – Show me your story!) Arrange Make Ups – Benchmark Test #1 Discuss “Plan” for Groups & Work on Qs. IMPORTANT NOTE: BRING YOUR COMMON CORE WORKBOOK on Wed. & Thur.
Mon., Nov. 10 – English 10 WOTD: entice STARTER Short Story Quiz & Check stories “Masque of the Red Death” HOMEWORK Re-read story & highlight/label Gothic Characteristics AGENDA Take Quiz Notes on Gothic Characteristics Begin working on homework
Literature Circles Explanation Each group is going to… Work on questions/discuss story Role Sheets due later this week Plan presentation using role sheets & highlighted items Plan an activity to involve class as well Present story on assigned day
Tues., Nov. 11 – English 10-A WOTD: harrowing STARTER Discuss the main CONFLICT of your story and how it was resolved. HOMEWORK Work on Qs for story = due Wed. AGENDA Arrange Make Ups – Short Story Quiz & Benchmark Test #1 Discuss Story w/ group & complete Qs. IMPORTANT NOTE: BRING YOUR COMMON CORE WORKBOOK on Wed. & Thur.
Tues., Nov. 11 – English 10 WOTD: harrowing STARTER Discuss the main of the CONFLICT of “Masque of the Red Death” and how it was resolved. HOMEWORK Finish identifying Gothic Characteristics throughout story AGENDA Make Ups – yesterday’s quiz over “Masque…Death” Arrange Benchmark Test #1 Make Ups Notes on Gothic Characteristics
Today’s Group Checklist Appoint a group leader Choose ROLES & complete the top of the “Group Planning Sheet” Make sure that students take the correct role sheets – due Friday Discuss the story a)Review story elements b)Review Gothic Characteristics c)Discuss & Complete Qs on your own paper – due by tomorrow, if you do NOT finish! Place folder in CLASS BIN before leaving!
Wed., Nov. 12 – English 10-A WOTD: morose STARTER Directions for In-Class Argumentative Writing Collect Questions for Short Stories HOMEWORK Role Sheets for short story due Friday AGENDA Leaders – Be sure to see absent group members & give them their role sheets Complete Tasks for Day One of In-Class Essay (p. 100)
Wed., Nov. 12 – English 10 WOTD: morose STARTER Complete Comprehension Qs #1-5 on Discussion Guide HOMEWORK Finish discussion Qs by tomorrow, if needed AGENDA Check stories AGAIN for highlights/labels Finish NOTES (pd. 8 ONLY) Video “Masque of the Red Death” Work on Discussion Qs during & after movie #6-12
Thur., Nov. 13 – English 10-A WOTD: impede STARTER Collect late Questions for Short Stories HOMEWORK Role Sheets for short story due TOMORROW (or you WILL be given a ZERO for group work!) AGENDA Complete Tasks for Day Two of In-Class Essay (Brainstorm) Work on your ROLE SHEETs when you are done!
Thur., Nov. 13 – English 10 WOTD: impede STARTER Take out your copy of “Masque of the Red Death” & your study guide HOMEWORK -- None AGENDA Video “Masque of the Red Death” Work on Discussion Qs & Allegory Chart Submit STUDY GUIDE before you leave
Fri., Nov. 14 – English 10-A WOTD: meticulous STARTER Check ROLE SHEETs HOMEWORK Argumentative Essay due next week Bonus = Tues.Rough Draft = Thur. Work on your individual part of your presentation AGENDA Group Meeting #2 (Checklist on next slide)
Fri., Nov. 14 – English 10 WOTD: meticulous STARTER Respond to the QUICKWRITE on the front of your packet for “Sorry, Right Number” HOMEWORK -- None AGENDA Choose parts for teleplay Review the elements of drama Begin reading “Sorry, Right Number”
Today’s Group Checklist Discussion Leader share Qs & record answers Rest of members - Share ROLE SHEETs with group Complete Group Planning Prep Sheet – due end of the period! Remember to jot down your own ideas in your notebook as well! Place folder in CLASS BIN before leaving w/ Planning Sheet inside!
Creative Ways to Present Material Make a graphic organizer to present material – characters, setting, etc. PowerPoint or Prezi slide show Poster or Tri-Fold Board Some sort of handout for class members Making a “Quiz” Asking for Volunteers Offering a “prize” for volunteers Wearing “costumes” (ex. – masks, wearing a certain color, 80s attire,etc.) Bringing in props (ex. – phone, box, magic book, rose, etc.) Showing a movie clip Acting out a short “skit” to demonstrate an important scene from the story Adding music to set tone or mood of story Sharing an article to accompany the story Sharing photographs of author, characters, etc. Making a collage or some creative artwork to demonstrate imagery, etc. MANDATORY: Fun Activity *mini art project, puzzle, etc. to demonstrate an important aspect of your story. Make a group video *outside of class* to share Other ideas????