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Week of september 30 th2

  2. 2. Sponge 1. Walk in quietly 2. Pick up your notebook 3. Answer the sponge question If you could be any famous person, which one would you be and why?
  3. 3. English 9 1. Review terms you are expected to know 2. Review the story, The Interlopers 3. Begin note taking activity for your paper -Review the whole Interloper paper (structure) 4. Complete notes 5. Do Learning Inventory before you leave 6. Please hand in Inventory
  4. 4. English 10 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Review terms you need to know Finish Widow story Turn to page 439 Answer questions 1-9 (you have 15 minutes) Turn in before you leave Turn to page 443 Write down the definition for Theme and Character’s attitudes 8. Read Civil Peace (no reader’s log) –Track 2
  5. 5. Sponge Wednesday, October 2nd 1. Walk in quietly 2. Pick up notebook 3. Sit down and answer sponge questionWhere will you be 10 years from now and what will you be doing? Career? Family?
  6. 6. English 9 Wednesday We are in the process of writing an analytical paper. 1. Review writing unit 2. Review notes- you need quotes from the story 3. Small group-pair share/whole group discussion 4. Review outline 5. Begin filling out outline -This is an individual assignment -NO talking—we need to think!
  7. 7. English 10 Wednesday Today 1. Discuss theme- Civil Peace 2. Reader’s Log for Masque of the Red Death 3. Begin reading story 4. Practice terms
  8. 8. Masque Reader’s Log Open to page 80 Connect: What do you think about gated communities? Background: Read the paragraph and write down the most interesting and important sentence. Literary analysis: Write down the definitions for symbol and setting. Reading strategy: Define Identifying context clues Vocabulary: create an Immersed in Words chart
  9. 9. Immersed in words chart Word August Piquancy Arabesque Cessation Disapprobation habilments Experience What it isn’t Definition Picture
  10. 10. Sponge Thursday 1. Walk in quietly 2. Pick up your notebook 3. Sit down and answer the sponge question If you had one super power, what would it be? Flying? Super strength?
  11. 11. English 9 Thursday 1. Review writing unit a. notes b. outline 2. Complete outline 3. Monitor behavior 4. Begin writing rough draft if you are ready to do so
  12. 12. English 10 Thursday 1. Finish Masque of the Red Death 2. Take test YOU MAY USE YOUR NOTE BOOK AND ASSIGNMENT NOTES ONLY. NO TEXT BOOK!
  13. 13. Tuesday, October 8th Sponge 1. 2. 3. 4. Walk in quietly Pick up notebook Sit down Answer the sponge in your notebook What’s your favorite food? Describe it using sensory details (see, hear, taste, touch, smell).
  14. 14. Monday, October 7th 1. Walk in quietly 2. Pick up notebook 3. Answer sponge question What’s going on in Washington DC now? What’s the big fight between the GOP controlled House of Representitives and the President?
  15. 15. English 10 Monday, October 7th 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Sponge Get test back Finish test Grade test See your grade I enter in grade You get test back—need for final exam review
  16. 16. English 10 Grade Scale Grade Level 51-56 Advanced 45-50 Proficient 40-44 Basic 33-39 Minimal
  17. 17. Welcome to Hamilton High School! English Department Room 375/Mrs. Navejar Learn about your Milwaukee Public Library
  18. 18. Thursday, October 10th Sponge 1. Walk in quietly 2. Pick up your notebook 3. Sit down and answer the sponge question What is sympathy? What is compassion? Provide examples.
  19. 19. Vocabulary 1. Open up to page 595 2. You have 5 min to review all of the vocabulary words 3. We’re going to play a game
  20. 20. English 10 Thursday, October 10th Today’s Activity Learning Intention -Today we will be discussing static and dynamic characters. We will also be drawing inferences as we read and after reading two stories, we will compare both. Success Criteria -By the second story, you should be able to identify the differences between static and dynamic characters
  21. 21. Luck Reader’s Log open to page 594 Connect: What does it mean to “judge a book by its cover”? Explain. Background: Read the paragraph on page 594. Write down the most interesting and important sentence in the paragraph. Literary analysis: Write down the definitions for the terms, Static character and Dynamic character. Reading strategy: Define Drawing Inferences Vocabulary: Create an immersed in words chart
  22. 22. Immersed in Words Chart Word Taciturn Experience What the word Definition isn’t Preferring not to talk Picture of the word
  23. 23. Monday, October 14th sponge 1. Walk in quietly 2. Pick up your notebook 3. Sit down and respond to the sponge question Compare and contrast two of your friends or relatives.
  24. 24. English 9 Monday, October 14th 1. Review what you’ve done so far 2. Check work a. Note page b. Outline c. Draft 3. Edit draft a. Peer edit b. Teacher review
  25. 25. English 10 Monday, October 14th 1. Today we’re reviewing: a. b. c. 2. Create your own short-short story (20 minutes) a. b. c. d. e. 3. Protagonist (the main character) Antagonist (what/who the hero is up against) Main conflict Create a character who is static Create another character who is dynamic Pair/Share a. b. 4. 5. Static and dynamic characters What are they? Provide examples With a partner, share your story Your partner should be able to identify all items in number 2 Turn in Test tomorrow
  26. 26. Pair/Share 1. Ask a shoulder partner to read your story 2. Write down the following and fill it out as you read A. Who is the protagonist? B. Who is the antagonist? C. What is the main conflict? D. Who is the static character? Why? E. Who is the dynamic character? Why?