Do Now. Introduction to a class routine English 2 2013. Do Now. Each day we start with a Do Now May be a quote, painting, film clip, song or other short activity. Written in your notebook (on the left side page) Posted on the board when you walk in class. Minimum 50 thoughtful words.
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Introduction to a class routine
English 2 2013
Remember, thoughtful responses include what you think of the presentation, how it makes you feel, what other things it might make you think about, the questions you might have, and how it applies to your life.
“When it comes to memoir, we want to catch the author in a lie. When we read fiction, we want to catch the author telling the truth.”
Do you agree or disagree? What does it say about human nature?
“When I was at school we always had books, starting from the earliest grades. Now my grandchildren get a variety of printed sheets instead of books. Their learning is scattered. The result is described by Hirsch in his article: “And between 1962 and the present, a big segment of the American population began knowing fewer words, getting less smart, and becoming demonstrably less able to earn a high income.” From the blog “The Linguist” June 25th, 2013.