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Jan 24-28. Sit in your history seats!. Take out your midterm Review Packet. Take out your character cards. Monday, 1/24/2011 Objectives: SWBAT 1. review key concepts and texts of semester 1 by completing group work activities. Do Now: . Agenda: .

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Jan 24 28

Jan 24-28


Sit in your history seats

Sit in your history seats!

  • Take out your midterm Review Packet.

  • Take out your character cards


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Monday, 1/24/2011Objectives: SWBAT1. review key concepts and texts of semester 1 by completing group work activities

Do Now:

Agenda:

  • Referring to your notes and midterm review packet list the five steps to writing a body paragraph and explain what happens during each step.

  • What is contextualization?

  • What questions do you answer when you contextualize (hint: look at the contextualization chart)

  • Do Now – HW Check

  • Class Announcements

  • Review Act II, scene i

  • Review Act II, scene ii

    • Caliban’s speech

  • Quiz!


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Monday, 1/24/2011Objectives: SWBAT1. review key concepts and texts of semester 1 by completing group work activities

NEW SEATS!


Jan 24 28

Monday, 1/24/2011Objectives: SWBAT1. review key concepts and texts of semester 1 by completing group work activities

Do Now:

Agenda:

  • What are margin summary notes?

  • How are the three ways you write margin summary notes?

  • Look over Caliban’s speech. Write margin SUMMARY notes for it (i.e., summarize the speech)

  • Do Now – HW Check

  • Group work; review

  • HOMEWORK

  • Finish your outline (if you have not yet).

  • Write at least three paragraphs of your midterm essay. Due tomorrow!


Understanding caliban s speech 1 18

Understanding Caliban’s Speech – 1/18

Directions: Re-read the following speech from the beginning of 2.2. Then, mark-up the text by completing at least five margin summary notes (label them!) in which you: briefly paraphrase parts of the speech in your own words, ask level one and level two questions, define vocabulary you do not understand, and underline important parts and briefly explain why you chose to underline these parts.

Caliban:

All the infections that the sun sucks up

From bogs, fens, flats, on Prosper fall and make him

By inchmeal a disease! His spirits hear me,

And yet I needs must curse. But they’ll nor pinch me I’ th’ mire,

Nor lead me like a firebrand in the dark

Out of my way, unless he bid ‘em. But

For every trifle are they set upon me,

Sometimes like apes, that mow and chatter at me

And after bite me; then like hedgehogs, which

Lie tumbling in my barefoot way and mount

Their pricks at my footfall. Sometime am I

All wound with adders, who with cloven tongues

Do hiss me into madness. Lo, now, lo!

Here comes a spirit of his, and to torment me

For bringing wood in slowly. I’ll fall flat.

Perchance he will not mind me.


All make up work is due today

All Make-up Work is Due TODAY!

  • Afterschool today; 3:30-4:30pm – office hours, review, essay help, make-up work, and grades

    • 10C

    • Stan

    • JJ

    • Andrea

    • 10A

    • Adley

    • Kellyann

    • Ruth


A note about your essay

A Note about your Essay

  • “Take Home” Essay

  • The essay you are working on now will


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“All the infections that the sun sucks up

From bogs, fens, flats, on Prosper fall and make him

By inchmeal a disease! His spirits hear me,

And yet I needs must curse. But they’ll nor pinch me I’ th’ mire”


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Contextualize this Quote*provide background information about the quote: What was happening in the story at this point? What happened before the quote? *Explain who is speaking and who they are speaking to. Explain what the speaker is talking about. In other words, explain the specifis about the quote itself.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


Reviewing semester one texts

Reviewing Semester One Texts

Air Mail

The Interpreter of Maladies

The Tempest


Mind map

Mind Map


Text character

Text:Character:


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Monday, 1/24/2011Objectives: SWBAT1. review key concepts and texts of semester 1 by completing group work activities

NEW SEATS!


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Tuesday, 1/25/2011Objectives: SWBAT1. review key class concepts of a well-crafted essay in preparation for their Semester One Midterm Exam.

Do Now:

Agenda:

  • Take out your review packet and your three paragraphs

  • On a separate sheet of paper revise your thesis statement by asking yourself:

    • Is my thesis statement too broad?

    • Is my thesis statement too narrow?

    • Does it answer the prompt?

  • List your three pieces of evidence.

  • Do Now – HW Check

  • HOMEWORK

  • Finish your outline (if you have not yet).

  • Finish your essay! Tomorrow you will revise during the midterm if you have time!


Step 1 underline key words phrases

Step 1: Underline Key Words/Phrases

  • Often, works of literature include characters that change as a result of a particular event. From a work of literature you have read in or out of school, select a character that has been changed by a particular event. In a well-developed composition, identify the character, describe the event, and explain why the character’s change is important to the work as a whole.


Step 1 underline key words phrases1

Step 1: Underline Key Words/Phrases

  • Often, works of literature include characters that change as a result of a particular event. From a work of literature you have read in or out of school, select a character that has been changed by a particular event. In a well-developed composition, identify the character, describe the event, and explain why the character’s change is important to the work as a whole.


Step 2 turn the prompt into a question

Step 2: Turn the Prompt into a Question

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Step 2 turn the prompt into a question1

Step 2: Turn the Prompt into a Question

  • How does a specific event affect a character from literature? Do the following in your essay:

    • Identify the character

    • Describe the event

    • Explain why the character’s change is important to the work as a whole


Step 3 choose your text

Step 3: Choose your text

  • Text:

  • Character:

  • Specific Event:


Step 4 write your thesis statement

Step 4: Write your thesis Statement

  • [character] in the novel Q & A by Vikas Swarup, [experiences event], which leads him to [explain change/impact of event throughout WHOLE novel]. This event causes him to [list three body paragraph topics].

  • In the novel [novel name by author], [main character] becomes/develops into [insert what he becomes or develops into] due to [specific event]. [Description of event] causes him to [three body paragraph topics].

    • In the novel Q & A by Vikas Swarup, Ram Mohammad Thomas develops into an independent and self


Ask yourself

Ask yourself

  • Does my thesis statement answer the prompt? Does it answer my “Kid Friendly Question”?


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Aligning our Evidence with our thesis statementMy Thesis statement is: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


Rubric

Rubric!!

  • DO NOT USE CONTRACTIONS!

  • Read over rubric!


Homework

HOMEWORK

  • Bring in draft of essay to exam.

  • Bring in Review Packet to turn in

    • If you have not done it; it is better to ‘study’ rather than frantically finish a review packet you are not putting effort in.

  • This may be what you turn in!! Do not expect to have ANY time to work on it.

    • Look at your Q & A essay 1st draft and final (my comments and peers’) for areas you need to improve your writing. Take these into considersation.

    • Look through the “First Draft Instructions Sheet” (second section) for how to improve it.


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