--to communicate comprehension of “Chura and Marwe” using the
chat box, the whiteboard, the polling feature, and/or the microphone
--to show understanding of characterization
--reading checks using polling features
--finding examples of characterization
The author writes in clues to help you know what kinds of people you are reading about.
This is called characterization.
These ACTIONS help you judge the characters.
Using your Classics book, scan the story to find an example that
characterizes either Chura or Marwe. Put up a green checkmark
when you have found one.
Be prepared to share your findings.
1. Directly after class, go to the online school, click into Literature, and go through the
slides for Unit 1, Lesson 2. You should now have Literature Unit 1, Lessons 1 and 2
marked as complete.
2. Read “The Tiger’s Whisker” before class tomorrow, page 18 in your Classics book!
3. Don’t forget to log your time spent doing English both in class and while you’re
reading/doing your offline work.
4. Don’t forget to also do one vocab. or one GUM lesson today.
Yes, there IS an exit slip.