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Sophomore English with Mrs. Greblo!. 2012-2013. Mrs. Greblo’s 1A, 2A &, 4A Sophomore English Agenda: 10/25/12. Please copy this agenda down into your Learning Log Notebook, you will receive credit for it! SSR /Attendance Daily SSR Entry Agenda Announcements:

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mrs greblo s 1a 2a 4a sophomore english agenda 10 25 12
Mrs. Greblo’s 1A, 2A &, 4A Sophomore English Agenda: 10/25/12

Please copy this agenda down into your Learning Log Notebook, you will receive credit for it!

  • SSR /Attendance
  • Daily SSR Entry
  • Agenda
  • Announcements:
    • Mrs. G’s Sister, Ms. Turner is here to hang out today! 
    • Honors option: Go to my website and under the “Honors” tab, please print the forms and make an appt. with me for outside of class, ASAP!
  • Pass the clap!
  • Part 4: The Cold Equations by Tom Godwin
    • Entrance note (loose leaf paper)
    • 2A ONLY: Finish part 2 of QUIZ
    • 1A ONLY: Rewrite the ending sharing and activities
  • Part 1: The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mantby W.D. Wetherell (pgs. 34-41)
    • “Before You Read” quickwrite and notes
    • Read and listen to story together
    • Discussion (if we have time)
    • Discuss homework
  • Objective(s):
    • Listen attentively
    • Read to determine and analyze: complex characters, the central idea of the text and its development, how the author unfolds an analysis or series of ideas or events, an author’s point of view or cultural experience, the meanings of words or phrases as they are used in a text, author’s choices on the structure of a text and the order of events
    • Write routinely over extended time frames for a range of tasks, purposes and audiences
  • Homework: for next class…
    • Questions for The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant: pg. 41, #’s 1-6
    •  If you HAVEN’T YET: Rewrite the ending (pg. 30, #2)!
daily ssr entry
Daily SSR Entry:

Each entry contains:

-Date

-Book title & author

-Starting page # (SP)

-Ending page # (EP)-Total # of pages read

-Reader’s Statement (RS):

What’s happening in the book? Summarize.

What do you predict will happen next?

What questions do you have for the author?

What character traits do you appreciate? Find frustrating?

What is your opinion of the book so far?

Other comments?

Sample Entry:

9/17/12

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

SP: 1

EP: 20

Total: 20

RS: Katniss lives in District 12 of the former U.S., now Panemwith her sister, Prim and her Mom. She is an agile hunter and gatherer and has had to do so since her father’s tragic death in a mine explosion. The reaping is today and the tone of District 12 is very somber as children ages 12-18 could be drawn to defend themselves to their death in the Hunger Games. I predict that Katniss or one of her close friends or family members names will be drawn. This book is really suspenseful, I’m loving it so far!

the cold equations entrance note
The Cold Equations, Entrance Note

(Write this on LOOSE LEAF paper,

Do not write the question.)

“The Cold Equations is a fairly long story. In fact, it takes about the same amount of time to read as the amount of time that passes in the story. Does this “real time” effect add to the story’ssuspense? Explain in your own words.”

the bass the river and sheila mant by w d wetherell
The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mantby W.D. Wetherell

Listen and follow along with the short story, The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant by W.D. Wetherell(pg. 34-41)

the bass the river and sheila mant the plot structure
The Bass, the River and Sheila Mant, The Plot Structure

(Take these notes in your Learning Log Notebook)

Climax

Falling Action

Rising Action

Complications/

Conflict

Basic Situation/

Exposition:

Setting:

Climate, Time period, Location

Dénouement/ Resolution

the bass the river and sheila mant by w d wetherell1
The Bass, the River and Sheila Mant by W.D. Wetherell
  • Today for homework:
    • On page 41, answer questions 1-6
    • Do this in your Learning Log Notebook
    • THIS IS DUE NEXT CLASS (Friday)