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ELA GT Drills. Mrs. Demos 2012-2013 Quarter One. Drill 10/1. Homework: MDG Test 10/2 White T-shirt Objective: Students will review figurative language, elements of plot, theme, irony, and foreshadowing in order to prepare for the MDG unit test.

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ela gt drills

ELA GT Drills

Mrs. Demos 2012-2013

Quarter One

drill 10 1
Drill 10/1
  • Homework: MDG Test 10/2
  • White T-shirt
  • Objective: Students will review figurative language, elements of plot, theme, irony, and foreshadowing in order to prepare for the MDG unit test.
  • Drill: Take out your review sheet, character traits chart, and plot chart. Work with your table/ team to finish the review sheet.
drill 9 4 basket items
Drill 9/4 Basket Items!
  • Homework: Complete presentation due 9/6
  • Objective:The students will demonstrate the ability to apply concepts of word, phrase, clause, and sentence in order to write effective sentences.
  • Drill: Look at the photo on the next slide, and compose a compound sentence describing the action.
drill 9 5
Drill 9/5
  • Homework: Complete presentation due 9/6
  • Objective:The students will demonstrate the ability to apply concepts of word, phrase, clause, and sentence in order to write effective sentences.
  • Drill: Add an appositive phrase to the following sentence.
  • Example: The Terrapins, the football team, will have a tough year.
  • Your Sentence: If Ray Rice and Joe Flaco have a good year, the Ravens will do well.
drill 9 6
Drill 9/6
  • Homework: Grammar Quiz 9/10
  • Objective: Students will demonstrate the ability to listen effectively in order to construct meaning.
  • Drill: Take out all materials for your presentation. Go over final preparations with your group for the presentations.

Clear your desk of everything but a writing instrument and paper.

drill 9 7
Drill 9/7
  • Homework: Grammar Quiz 9/10
  • Objective: Students will demonstrate the ability to listen effectively in order to construct meaning.
  • Drill: Take out all materials for your presentation. Go over final preparations with your group for the presentations.

Clear your desk of everything but a writing instrument and paper.

drill 9 10
Drill 9/10
  • Homework: Go Ravens! Game at 7:00pm
  • Objective: Students will demonstrate knowledge of basic grammar concepts in order to improve their writing.
  • Drill: Take out your notes and review for the quiz.
drill 9 11
Drill 9/11
  • Homework: Figurative Language sentences
  • Objective: The student will be able to analyze and evaluate how specific language choices contribute to meaning in order to interpret the text.
  • Drill: Identify each of the following. Give an example if you can.
  • Metaphor Hyperbole Personification
  • Simile Onomatopoeia Alliteration
drill 9 12
Drill 9/12
  • Take out the figurative language sentences
  • Homework: Hunter/Hunted Paragraph due 9/14
  • Objective: Students will develop prior knowledge of the author and text in order to be prepared to read.
  • Drill: View the painting “The Hungry Lion” by Henry Rousseau.
  • Describe the emotions of the hunter and of the hunted.
slide12
9/13
  • Homework: hunter/Hunted Paragraph
  • Objective: Homework: Hunter Hunted Paragraph
  • Objective: Students will annotate story “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell in order to understand theme.
  • Drill: Identify the figurative language and explain what it is trying to tell the reader.
    • “The door opened then--opened as suddenly as if it were on a spring--and Rainsford stood blinking in the river of glaring gold light that poured out” (Connell).
drill 9 14
Drill 9/14
  • Take out the Hunter/Hunted paragraph.
  • Homework: Review for figurative language quiz on Wednesday 9/19.
  • Objective: Students will annotate story “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell in order to understand theme.
  • Drill: What is theme?
drill 9 18
Drill 9/18
  • Homework: Review for figurative language quiz on Wednesday 9/19.
  • Objective: Students will annotate story “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell in order to understand theme.
  • Drill: With your team define all the terms on the hand-out. Staple the vocabulary into your planner for study.
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Drill 9/19
  • Homework: Sentence Combining
  • Objective: Students will interpret figures of speech in context in order to understand the author’s message.
  • Drill: Identify the type of figurative language. Explain what Shakespeare is saying.
  • All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances.William Shakespeare
drill 9 20
Drill 9/20
  • Take out sentence combining homework
  • Homework: Review notes
  • Objective: Students will cite the textual evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.
  • Drill: Theme is the message the author is trying to share with the reader. Based on yesterday’s discussion and textual evidence, what is one possible theme of the story “The Most Dangerous Game”? (Reread page 74 for text evidence)
drill 9 21
Drill 9/21

Homework: Complete writing assignment if not done in class.

  • Objective: Students will analyze how particular lines of dialogue or incidents in a story propel the action, reveal aspects of a character, or provoke a decision.
  • Drill: Write down the homework.
  • Get a computer.
  • Log on.
  • Open a word document.
drill 9 24
Drill 9/24
  • Homework: MDG Test on 9/28
  • Bring in a white T-shirt
  • Objective: Students will cite the textual evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.
  • Drill:
    • 1. Pick at least three character traits for General Zaroff. And two for Sanger Rainsford.
    • 2. Cite evidence from the text to support your answer. 3.Record your answer on the character traits chart.
drill 9 25
Drill 9/25
  • Homework: MDG Test on 10/2
  • Bring in a white T-shirt
  • Objective: Students will determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze its development over the course of the text.
  • Drill: With your team complete the “Most Dangerous Game” plot chart through rising action.
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Drill 9/27
  • Homework: Complete dynamic/static writing activity
  • MDG Test on 10/2
  • Bring in a white T-shirt
  • Objective :Students will review characterization, plot, theme, imagery, and figurative language in order to prepare for the “Most Dangerous Game” test.
  • Drill: Complete the plot chart with your table.
drill 9 28
Drill 9/28
  • Homework: Complete as much of the review guide as you can.
  • Bring in a white T-shirt
  • MDG Quiz 10/2
  • Objective: Students will analyze the development of plot and character over the course of the text in order to determine theme.
  • Drill:: With your team decide in one or two words what “The Most Dangerous Game” is about.
point of view1
Point of View
  • Point of View
  • First Person: The speaker is I. Told from the point of view of one person in the story.
  • Second Person: The speaker is you.
  • Third Person: The speaker or narrator tells the point of view of one character.
  • Third Person Omniscient: Speaker knows what all characters are thinking and feeling.
  • What is the point of view of “The Most Dangerous Game”--Support your answer with information from the text.
drill 10 11
Drill 10/1
  • Homework: MDG Test 10/2
  • White T-shirt
  • Objective: Students will review figurative language, elements of plot, theme, irony, and foreshadowing in order to prepare for the MDG unit test.
  • Drill: Take out your review sheet, character traits chart, and plot chart. Work with your table/ team to finish the review sheet.
drill 10 2
Drill 10/2
  • Homework: compound subject and predicate handout: Both Sides
  • Objective: Students will demonstrate knowledge of plot, characterization and vocabulary.
  • Drill: Explain the use of irony in “The Most Dangerous Game.”
drill 10 3
Drill 10/3
  • Homework: Bring in any supplies you want for your T-shirt (Sharpies, puffy paint, fabric crayons)
  • Complete one side of the T-shirt draft
  • Objective: Students will cite the textual evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text in order to develop a character T-shirt.
  • Drill: Identify the underlined phrase. Use your notes.
  • Gasping, his hands raw, he reached a flat place at the top. Dense jungle came down to the very edge of the cliffs.
drill 10 4
Drill 10/4
  • Homework: Bring a novel for Friday and Monday MAP Testing.
  • Objective: Students will cite the textual evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text in order to develop a character T-shirt.
  • Drill: Identify the underlinded phrase.
  • It is a very great pleasure and honor to welcome Mr. Sanger Rainsford, the celebrated hunter, to my home.
drill 10 5
Drill 10/5
  • MAP Testing
drill 10 8
Drill 10/8
  • MAP Testing
drill 10 9
Drill 10/9
  • Homework: Completed T-Shirts due on Thursday, October 11,
  • Objective: Students will cite the textual evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text in order to develop character sketches. (T-shirts)
  • Drill: Add an appositive phrase to the following sentence. Write the new sentence. Include punctuation.
    • 1. Rainsford sleeps in the bed.
    • 2. Zaroff hunts humans.
    • 3. Ivan holds a gun.
drill 10 10
Drill 10/10
  • Homework: Completed T-Shirts due on Thursday, October 11,
  • Objective: Students will cite the textual evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text in order to develop character sketches. (T-shirts)
  • Drill: Revise the following sentences by adding a participial phrase.
      • Rainsford escapes General Zaroff.
      • Ivan holds a revolver on Raisnford.
      • Lazarus dies in the Burmese Tiger Pit.
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Drill 10/11
  • Homework: Complete at least one to two paragraphs of your paper draft. Due tomorrow.
  • Objective: Students will writeinformative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas, concepts, and information through the selection, organization, and analysis of relevant content.
  • Drill: Write the following sentences down and add punctuation as needed.
    • The student a boy works hard
    • The boy reads the book the big one
    • Charles a kindergartner loves to color with the red crayon
imagery
Imagery
  • Write at least
  • five adjectives
  • to describe
  • this picture.
drill 10 12
Drill 10/12
  • Homework: Complete your draft. Due Tuesday 10/16
  • Objective: Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas, concepts, and information through the selection, organization, and analysis of relevant content.
  • Drill: Add an appositive phrase to each sentence. Write the new sentence.
    • The dog barks at us.
    • Tony plays the flute.
    • Julie loves to sing.
drill 10 15
Drill 10/15
  • Homework: Complete your draft. Due Tuesday 10/16 Bring a flash drive to class.
  • Objective: Students will understand literary terms in order to be more effective readers.
  • Drill: Combine these sentences. Try to use an appositive phrase. Write the new sentence. Is the new sentence compound or complex?
    • Rainsford thinks Zaroff is a murderer.
    • Zaroff hunts humans.
    • Both General Zaroff and Sanger Rainsford are hunters.
drill 10 16
Drill 10/16
  • Homework: Final paper due Thursday, October 18.
  • Objective: Students will develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing or rewriting in order to produce a finished paper.
  • Drill: Category A
  • Take out your prompt, organizer and paper draft. Proof read your paper for conventions.
drill 10 17
Drill 10/17
  • Homework: Final paper due 10/18(tomorrow)
  • Ibis Vocabulary Quiz 10/24
  • Objective: Students will develop prior knowledge in order to be able to understand the short story “Scarlet Ibis.”
  • Drill: Can you imagine what it would feel like to be embarrassed by or ashamed of someone you care about? How might it feel to know that a close friend or family member felt embarrassed around you?
drill 10 18
Drill 10/18
  • Homework: “Scarlet Ibis” vocabulary activity. Due 10/22
  • Objective: Students will analyze particular lines of dialogue or incidents in a story or drama in order to determine how they propel the action, reveal aspects of a character, or provoke a decision.
  • Drill: Category A: Write in complete sentences.
  • Have you ever wanted something very badly only to be disappointed when you got your wish? How did you react to the disappointment?