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WEEK 7 ENGLISH 9 B. February 10-13 Friday begins Mid Break Snowcoming Week too. . FYI From Friday Reflections and questions many asked about … . Grammar: Look up appositives. https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/596/01/

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week 7 english 9 b

WEEK 7 ENGLISH 9 B

February 10-13

Friday begins Mid Break

Snowcoming Week too. 

fyi from friday reflections and questions many asked about
FYI From Friday Reflections and questions many asked about
  • Grammar: Look up appositives.
  • https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/596/01/
  • Summary 1-5 Appositives. ( title of assignment )
  • Write an extended paragraph summary of story so far chapters 1-5, focus on the people and the place. Give a lead into a character, pause with a comma, continue with statement. Appositives.
monday february 10
Monday February 10
  • Reminder Unit Test for Vocabulary 13-18 Is Wednesday for 5 & 6th hours and 3rd hour will take it Thursday am due to assembly.
  • Up load extended paragraphs to Eli Review
  • ZONK Review GAME: Use hearts to create teams
  • HW: Ticket IN THE DOOR for tomorrow: 15 Vocabulary words you could possibly add to your extended paragraph
  • OUT THE DOOR: One thing I love about this world is…
  • But one thing that could make it better is….
  • TARGET: Writing.9-10.10
  • I Can Statement: I can define textual evidence. “word for word format”
  • Questions after class? Check your notes or Mrs. Seyferth’s WIKISPACES & or Eli Review
love the world
Love the World!!!!
  • One thing I love and am thankful for in this world is….
  • One thing that could make it even better is……
student sample for discussion
Student Sample for Discussion
  • To Kill a Mockingbird
  • Maycomb, is a town in southern Alabama and in 1933-1935 during The Depression years, it is a mostly rural place where people have very little money and segregation is still very obvious. Harper Lee reflects through the eyes of Scout, “Maycombwas an old town, but it was tired when I first knew it.” (6) Maycomb’swhite farmers were the most likely to own land but black people would live off wages working in fields. Scout remembers most people “produced everything required to sustain life except ice, wheat flour, and articles of clothing, supplied by river-boats from mobile.”(4) The town was founded near a river which allowed people send and receive goods. Maycombhas little entertainment to offer children, so they had to create their own fun. One day walking home, Jem looks in a tree near the Finch house and finds something interesting, “I found carvings, they…. resemble us.” (52). This curiosity pulls Jem and Scout into some exploration. The town is a regular place with average people who most likely represent any small town in the south.
slide6

Paragraph Setting for TKAMB

  • What is Maycomb County and what kind of people live there? Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird takes place in Maycomb County, Alabama and it’s in the 1930’s. The narrator, Scout Finch, lives there with her father, Atticus Finch, her cook, Calpurnia, and her brother, Jeremy Finch, who is also called Jem. Scout is six going on seven and describes the town as tired and old, “Maycomb was an old town, but it was a tired old town…” (9). She also describes how hot it is in the summers, “….a black dog suffered on a summer’s day….” (10). A lady named Mrs. Henry Lafayette Dubose lives two doors to the north of the Finchs’. Her nephew, Charles Baker Harris (a.k.a Dill), visits her every summer and Scout and Jem became friends with him. Three doors to the north of the Finch’s is the Radleys’ home. Rumors are always spreading throughout the town about them. Nathan Radley got in trouble when he was young and he hasn’t been seen for 15 years after he locked a police officer in an outhouse. Someone even said once that when they were walking by the house, they saw Nathan cutting up newspapers and when his dad came into the room, Nathan stabbed him in the leg with the scissors. The town also has nowhere to go. Scout says, “There was no hurry….there was nowhere to go, nothing to buy…” (10) During the school year, Dill leaves to go back to his home and Scout and Jem start school. Scout’s teacher, Miss Caroline Fisher, just moved to Maycomb County and doesn’t know a lot of people there while everyone else knows everyone. Maycomb County is poor, dull, and isolated and the people that live there are peculiar.
monday february 101
Monday, February 10
  • Eli Review:
  • 1. The student has a strong topic sentence.  
  • 2. The writer included reference to Time, Geographical Location, Environment, and Mood regarding diversity and tolerance.
  • 3. 3 cited MLA supports: Proper use of "quotation marks"  & ( ).   page number following
  • 4. They followed formal essay form: Third person, present tense, Times New Roman, Size 12 Font,   double spaced. 
tuesday february 11
Tuesday, February 11
  • Ticket in the door initialed by teacher start of class.
  • Prepared for class? Computer? TKAMB Book? Writing?
  • Free Reading book if completed work early?
  • This assignment has multiple goals and targets; 
  • Goal: I can analyze text structure, purpose, and viewpoint to gain insight. And through doing so I can answer the essential question of “What makes a great story?”.
purpose
Purpose
  • Target: CCR W.9-10.6
  • “Use technology to produce and publish writing and to interact and collaborate with others.”
  • I can determine a writing format to fit my task, practicing what good writers do.
tuesday february 11 2012
Tuesday February 11, 2012
  • This lesson wraps up Part I of To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Students needed to understand the author’s purpose in providing such an extended exposition before introducing the upcoming conflicts. The purpose was to understand the characters and the historical significance of the setting as well as be able to explain and support with cited sources and clarity.
  • It ties tightly with several Common Core targets. CCR Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience. It also uses:
  • Writing: W.9-10.6 Use Technology for enduring understanding to produce clear ideas as a writer involving appropriate style and structure which is strengthened through revision and technology.
tuesday february 11 2014
Tuesday, February 11 2014
  • Target: CCR W.9-10.6 “Use technology to produce and publish writing and to interact and collaborate with others.”
  • I can determine a writing format to fit my task, practicing what good writers do.
  • Produce final edited and improved setting paragraph
  • Collaborative feedback through Eli Review
  • Type in Word~ save in network folder
  • 1. three MLA cited sources that support clearly
  • 2. three appositives to describe (a person, a place, a building, and event)
  • 3. three quality vocabulary words used in a correct manner to improve writing (lessons 13-18)
tuesday february 111
Tuesday, February 11
  • Final copy needs to achieve all requirements from original assignment for formal writing, plus:
  • 1. The basics: 3rd person, present tense, Times New Roman, size 12 font, double spaced, 3 cited MLA
  • 2. A rich description of the setting of To Kill a Mockingbird
  • which includes required elements of themes of geography
  • (cross curricular connection) Location & Human Interaction Environment
  • 3. Added 3 appositives and 3 vocabulary words
tuesday february 112
Tuesday, February 11
  • Reminder Unit Vocabulary test tomorrow or Thursday
  • Vocabulary studies support Common Core Reading
  • Of knowing literal and donative meanings. Reading for Information RI.9-10.4
  • HW: Required to bring Free Reading book and record individual reading goals, when test is completed.
  • All for the LOVE of READING!!!!
final edited copy setting of to kill a mockingbird setting
Final Edited Copy Setting of To Kill A Mockingbird Setting
  • 5/5 1. Writing has a strong topic sentence.  
  • 20/20 2. Writing includes reference to Time, Geographical Location, Environment,andMood regarding diversity and tolerance.
  • 30/30 3. Three cited MLA supports: Proper use of "quotation marks" &
  • ( ).   page number following
  • 15/15 4. Formal essay form: Third person, present tense, Times New Roman, Size 12 Font,   double spaced.
  • 15/15 5. Three appositives
  • 15/15 6. Three vocabulary words
  • ____________________
  • /100 possible total points
  • It ties tightly with several Common Core targets. CCR Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience. It also uses:
  • Writing: W.9-10.6 Use Technology for enduring understanding to produce clear ideas as a writer involving appropriate style and structure which is strengthened through revision and technology.
wednesday february 12 2014
Wednesday February 12, 2014
  • Vocabulary Unit 3 Test :
  • Be prepared to write creatively on a topic of choice using words from a word bank. 
  • Hand out new Vocabulary 19 due Tuesday February 18
  • Free Reading book and record individual reading goals, when test is completed.
  • All for the LOVE of
  • READING!!!!
thursday february 13 2014
Thursday February 13, 2014
  • Up load final edited extended paragraph for setting of To Kill a Mockingbird to Eli Review by end of day Thursday Feb 13
  • Complete testing for Unit 3 Vocabulary
  • Free Reading ~ record on personal reading goal sheet
  • HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!