Week 6 ARITS. Standards and Objectives. Objectives: Students will be able to determine a theme or central idea in a text Students will be able to analyze a text for its details Students will be able to explain how objects are symbols which aid in a deeper meaning to the text
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Week 6 ARITS
Boo Radley, an important character in our text, is almost like a ghost in this story. A ghost that our two main child characters (Jem and Scout) are obsessed with. What is something or someone you were obsessed with as a child? Tell the story? OR tell about something you were scared of as a child.
Notes on TKAM
Read TKAM if time permits
Homework: read selected chapters from TKAM
The Great Depression
Many found being broke humiliating.
What about the people?
Out of the Dust:
“The Dust Bowl”
To Kill a
Scottsboro Boys Trial
In Chapter 2, what attitude does the author seem to express toward public schools that use “the new way of teaching”? Support your answer with evidence from the selection and use at least one quotation. In other words, does our author seem to agree that the Dewey Decimal System is a positive change in schools? How do we know this? Use a quote to prove your point.