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September 17- 21. Persuasive speech continued. Do Now 9/17-9/18. What is a subplot? Please give an example and explain. What is a parallel episode? Please give an example and explain (use your notes for help ) 18L Table of Contents: Counter Arguments………….p. 18. Agenda. Counter-arguments

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September 17 21

September 17- 21

Persuasive speech continued


Do now 9 17 9 18

Do Now 9/17-9/18

  • What is a subplot? Please give an example and explain.

  • What is a parallel episode? Please give an example and explain (use your notes for help)

  • 18L

  • Table of Contents: Counter Arguments………….p. 18


Agenda

Agenda

  • Counter-arguments

  • Vocab Quiz #3

  • ATS Chps. 18/19 + Questions

  • Review MLA citations

  • Outlines: Body paragraphs and Conclusion Finish

  • H.W. Reading Quiz #3 9/19

  • Outlines 9/19


Period 6 agenda

Period 6 Agenda

  • Librarians distribute all materials

  • Discuss changes in rotations/Comprehension Activities

  • Talk to captains about comprehension activities and placement of materials at the end of class

  • Counter Arguments

  • Vocab Quiz #3

  • Outlines: Body paragraphs and conclusions


Vocab corrections

Vocab Corrections

  • 3 scores: SP, DEF, and MC (multiple choice)

  • Please convert all to the four point scale


Vocab quiz answers

Vocab Quiz Answers

  • 1. Pathos (B)10/10, 9/10=4

  • 2.Provisions (D)8/10=3

  • 3. Imminent (J)7/10=2

  • 4.Conceded (A)6/10 or lower=1

  • 5.Repose (H)

  • 6.Bluff (F)

  • 7.Hermit (I)

  • 8.Cogitating (E)

  • 9. Rendezvous (G)

  • 10.Comrades (C)


Multiple choice

Multiple Choice

  • 1. a

  • 2. b

  • 3. a

  • 4. c

  • 4/4=4

  • ¾=3

  • 2/4= 2

  • ¼=1


Ats chps 18 19

ATS: Chps. 18/19

  • 1. How does Becky react to Tom’s death? What does this show about her?

  • What is chapter 18 an example of? Think about what the reader knows versus what the characters know.

  • How did the boys surprise the town?

  • How has Tom’s reputation changed?

  • Summarize what happens between Becky and Tom in Chp. 19.


Rotations p 6 9 18 15 min rotations

Rotations: P. 6 9/1815 min rotations

  • Blue (1,2,3)= 1. Guided Reading 2. Comprehension Activity (on guided) 3. Discussion

  • Orange (1,2)= 1. Guided 2. Discussion 3. Comprehension Activity (on Guided)

  • Green/Purple 1, 2= 1. Comprehension Activity on Guided 2. Discussion 3. Guided Reading

  • Red= 1. Guided 2. Discussion 3. Comprehension Activity

  • FINAL ROTATION FOR ALL: Independent Reading


Agenda1

Agenda

  • Outlines out on your desk!

  • Rough Draft Directions

  • Part 1: Reading Quiz #3

  • Part 2: MLA Citation Check (on the back)

  • Sign ups


Rough drafts 9 24 9 25

Rough Drafts: 9/24-9/25

  • Your completed rough draft of your paper is due for 15 pts. toward your final grade. You need to make sure it is AT LEAST four front pages long written out. These drafts will be graded in class during a peer editing workshop. If you do not have your draft completed you lose both the points for the draft and for the peer editing. Please come to class prepared!

  • Your draft must include:

  • 1. A completed introduction with all 6 steps

  • 2. Three body paragraphs with at least 2 citations per paragraph

  • 3. One counter-argument in a body paragraph

  • 4. Conclusion

  • 5. Works Cited Page (5 resources: 3 internet and 2 non-internet sources required)


Rules for rotations period 6

Rules for Rotations: Period 6

  • Guided: Option to have one reader at a time but it is a whisper (Read at least 6 pages)

  • If you believe you have finished your guided book please complete a written activity based on assignment by me

  • Independent: NO TALKING

  • Comprehension Activity: NO TALKING

  • If you need to ask for help, whisper (This is rare)

  • Discussion: Talking at a low volume is required, but you must be discussing your assigned topics of discussion. When you discuss, in order to keep the volume low, you need to turn your chair around to whisper.


Strict consequences

Strict Consequences

  • There is zero tolerance for playing around

  • If I catch you off task or the volume gets too loud then severe consequences will follow

  • Consider this your warning, if you fail to follow this then I will skip to a reflection and then a phone call home

  • It is crucial to be engaged at all times through this program as many of you fall well below grade level


Do now 9 20 9 21

Do Now: 9/20-9/21

  • Do Now: Some people claim Saturday school is necessary to keep kids off the streets and in a learning environment. Others claim kids need to be kids and have the freedom to enjoy leisure activities on Saturdays. What do you think? Present a strong half page to a page argument either for or against Saturday school. (If you can try to include a counter-argument!)

  • 19L

  • Table of Contents: Presentation Techniques/Research………………p. 19


Agenda2

Agenda

  • ATS: Chps. 24/25 + Questions

  • DNC Obama’s speech (10mins)

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rl8Ou84s5U

  • 1 hour to research for your paper/work on body paragraphs and conclusions

  • Rough Draft is due for 15pts on 9/24-9/25


Chps 24 25 19l cont d

Chps. 24/25: 19L cont’d

  • What is the secret Tom never wants told?

  • What part of the plot diagram are we heading towards?

  • What internal conflict does Tom struggle with?

  • What does Tom reveal in court?


Research

Research

  • Find two new sources

  • 1. Write: author, title of site, name of site, date you accessed (today) and the URL. Use your MLA notes to guide with the works cited page (15R)

  • 2. Find at least 5 facts per site and write five opinions about those facts. Make sure your facts support your main argument!

  • In text citation for internet if there is no author: (Title of site).


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