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August 20-24. A week of themes. Do Now 8/20-8/21. Please have out your completed outline and vocab pictures What are some important lessons you have learned in life? How have you learned them? 8L Table of Contents: Theme…………….p.8. Agenda. Do Now (10mins) Theme: What is it? Notes (25mins)

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august 20 24

August 20-24

A week of themes

do now 8 20 8 21
Do Now 8/20-8/21
  • Please have out your completed outline and vocab pictures
  • What are some important lessons you have learned in life? How have you learned them?
  • 8L
  • Table of Contents: Theme…………….p.8
agenda
Agenda
  • Do Now (10mins)
  • Theme: What is it? Notes (25mins)
  • Author’s background: Video Clip (5mins)
  • Thank you Ma’am p. 388 + Questions (30mins)
  • Reading Quiz #1(20)
  • Autobio Draft Write (20)
  • If Time: Chapter 7 of ATS
  • Reminder: Vocab Quiz 8/23-8/24
  • Second Composition Book 8/30-8/31
  • Rough Draft 8/27-8/28
thank you ma am 8l
Thank you Ma’am 8L
  • 1. After reading Thank you Ma’am, what connections can you make between the author’s life and the story?
  • 2. What elements of the Harlem Renaissance do you see in the story?
  • 3. What is the theme of the story? (A sentence not a word)
  • 4. How does the author’s background influence the theme of the story?
reading check 1
Reading Check #1
  • Standards: 3.7, 3.4, 3.2
  • Answer in complete sentences. You can use the novel, but make sure you cite your evidence. Example: “Tom and Huck spoke” (Twain, p.32). If you do not properly cite then you will not receive credit for your response. NO TALKING.
  • 1. Describe the character Huckleberry Finn. What kind of person is he? (Please use evidence from the text to support your answer).
  • 2. Read through page 69. What is the mood of this scene?( Please use evidence from the text to support your answer). How does Twain create mood in the novel?
  • 3. During what time period and where is the novel set? How will the setting influence what happens in the novel? (Think about what was going on during this time)
  • 4. How does Mark Twain’s background influence the text? Be specific. (3-4 sentences)
  • 5. What types of conflicts have occurred in the novel so far? Please identify at least 1 external conflict and describe it and 1 internal conflict.
do now 8 22 12 questions to answer 9l
Do Now: 8/22/12Questions to answer 9L
  • Table of Contents: ATS………………….p.9
  • Copy these questions down:
  • 1. What connections between the novel and the author’s life can you make?
  • 2. What theme is coming out as the novel progresses? Conflicts?
  • 3. How does the setting affect the action of the novel?
  • 4. What do you notice about the formatting of the dialogue?
agenda1
Agenda
  • Do Now
  • Vocab Review: Quiz 8/23-8/24
  • ATS Chapter 7
do now 8 23 8 24
Do Now 8/23-8/24
  • Do Now: What is the definition of a theme? How can you identify a theme within a text? Why is it important for a text to contain a theme? What is a recurring theme? Give an example of either some stories or movies that have recurring themes.
  • Table of Contents: Theme Cont’d………..10
agenda2
Agenda
  • Do Now (10)
  • 5 min vocab review
  • Vocab Quiz/Correct (17mins)
  • Mark Twain: Author’s Background Notes
  • ATS- conflict, setting, theme (author’s background) (30) Chp.8/9
  • Finish up your drafts! (Due 8/27-8/28) (30)
ats questions
ATS Questions
  • What connections between the author’s life and the novel can you make?
  • Where has most of the action taken place so far? (setting)
  • What is your opinion about Tom Sawyer? What is his philosophy on life?
  • How do you think the author’s life will influence the theme of the text?
vocabulary quiz answers
Vocabulary Quiz Answers
  • Two scores: Spelling: SP
  • Definitions: DEF
  • CB: Your Name
  • Convert both scores to the 4 point scale
answers
Answers
  • 1. Bona-fide (D) 10/10, 9/10=4
  • 2. Balmy (H) 8/10=3
  • 3. Grandeur (B) 7/10=2
  • 4. Disconcerted (I) 6/10 or lower=1
  • 5. Scarify (J)
  • 6. Edifice (C)
  • 7. Contrived (E)
  • 8. Prodigious (G)
  • 9. Tallow (A)
  • 10. Intrepid (F)
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