Tues 3 18
Download
1 / 15

Tues. 3/18 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 176 Views
  • Uploaded on

Tues. 3/18. Cross out the intervening phrase. Underline the subject and circle the correct verb. Also turn in test corrections. Days during summer (seem, seems) to pass very quickly . Her collection of baseball cards (is, are) valuable. Tues. 3/18.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about ' Tues. 3/18' - balin


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Tues 3 18
Tues. 3/18

Cross out the intervening phrase. Underline the subject and circle the correct verb. Also turn in test corrections.

  • Days during summer (seem, seems) to pass very quickly.

  • Her collection of baseball cards (is, are) valuable.


Tues 3 181
Tues. 3/18

Cross out the intervening phrase. Underline the subject and circle the correct verb.

  • Daysduring summer seem to pass very quickly.

  • Her collectionof baseball cards is valuable.


Small Group Assignment-One piece of paper per group. Individual power journals, Ghandi annotations, and the group work due in 20 minutes.

Review your power journal and annotations with the group.

  • Choose 2 readers’ questions to answer as a group. Also answer the 2 questions.

  • Write down one claim Ghandi makes about power.

  • Write one synthesis statement that compares or contrast Ghandi’s claim about power with a claim from another text.


Homework due wed 3 19
Homework due Wed. 3/19

Part One: Read and annotate Beowulf:Battle with Grendel’s Mother. Annotate as you read, not after.

  • Reader’s Questions: Underline confusing parts. Write a “?” in the margins along with a reader’s question.

  • Important words, phrases ideas: Underline importatn words, phrases, sections. Write a “!” in the margin and breifly summarize why it is important.

  • Text-to-Text Connections: Underline words, phrases, or sections that remind you of another text we have read. Breifly state the connection between the texts.

    Part Two: Begin a power journal with two entries from this passage and one entry from another text we have read. Think of similarities and differences related to power and revenge.


Wed 3 19
Wed. 3/19

Although there is no conclusive evidence that a man named Robin Hood ever actually existed, the story of Robin Hood and his band of merry men have become one of the most popular traditional tale in English literature.

  • NO CHANGE

  • has become

  • has

  • have became




Homework due fri 3 21
Homework due Fri. 3/21

Part One: “The Power of Nonviolence”-Martin Luther King, Jr. Annotate as you read, not after.

  • Reader’s Questions: Underline confusing parts. Write a “?” in the margins along with a reader’s question.

  • Important words, phrases ideas: Underline important words, phrases, sections. Write a “!” in the margin and briefly summarize why it is important.

  • Text-to-Text Connections: Underline words, phrases, or sections that remind you of another text we have read. Briefly state the connection between the texts.

    Part Two: Begin a power journal with two entries from this passage and one entry from another text we have read. Think of similarities and differences related to power-who has it; how did they get it; how does power affect people; how do others look at those who are powerful and/or powerless?


Thurs 3 20
Thurs. 3/20

1. The sloth, out of all the zoo animals, were what fascinated me the most.

  • NO CHANGE

  • animals were

  • animals, was

  • animals, are

    2. The many facets of the problem leads to a variety of approaches that we could use to solve it.

  • NO CHANGE

  • problem lead

  • problem, lead

  • Problem, leads

  • The list for items to buy for the parade were given to the treasurer to approve.

  • NO CHANGE

  • given

  • was given

  • were, given


In-class Assignment-You are working in groups; however, each student must turn in their own chart by Friday at the beginning of class.

Remember: A claim is the author’s opinion that is related to a theme, which is a universal message or lesson to be learned from the story. The claim applies to the world outside the story, so don’t name specific names or places in you claim.


Fri 3 21
Fri. 3/21

Based on this quote, what is the author’s claim about heroic power?

A hero is no braver than an ordinary man, but he is brave five minutes longer.-Ralph Waldo Emerson


In class assignment
In class Assignment

  • Write a similar claim or counterclaimtothe Emerson quote from Beowulf, John Gardner (Grendel), Ghandi, or Dr. King.


Q3 final essay exam monday 3 24
Q3 Final Essay Exam-Monday 3/24

  • Choose 1 of 3 quotes to respond to and write a power journal to organize your essay.

  • Power journal should include 4 entries-one about the quote, one from Beowulf, and 2 from two other texts of your choice.

  • Power journals will be collected at the end of class and will be returned to you Tuesday with comments.

  • The power journal is worth 40 test points.


Q3 essay exam tuesday 3 25
Q3 Essay Exam-Tuesday 3/25

  • Use the power journal to write a 3 paragraph essay.

    • Intro-explain the meaning of the quote and state the author’s claim about power

    • 3 body paragraphs-compare and contrast the claims from the 3 other texts with the claim from the quote.

    • Conclusion-synthesis that summarizes how all the claims are related.

      The essay is worth 70 essay points.



ad