Monday, October 3, 2011. Title – A Map of Maycomb EQ - How can I organize and remember all the detailed elements of TKM?
Title – A Map of Maycomb
EQ - How can I organize and remember all the detailed elements of TKM?
Warm up - Review chapters 1-3 in TKM. For each chapter, write down at least 5 important events, including character introductions, references to locations in Maycomb, and major ideas presented
Agenda – 1. Quiz on Chapters 1-3
2. Map of Maycomb, Chapters 1-5
3. Dialectical Journals chapters 4-5
Homework – Read Chapters 6-7 in TKM
Question - "Something about one of the trees attracted my attention. Some tinfoil was sticking in a knot-hole just above my eye level, winking at me in the afternoon sun" - pg. 44Clarify - "We had strolled to the front yard, where Dill stood looking down the street at the dreary face of the Radley Place. "I-smell-death," he said. "I do, I mean it," he said, when I told him to shut up." - pg. 48Reflect - "She had never told on us, had never played cat-and-mouse with us, she was not at all interested in our private lives. She was our friend. How so reasonable a creature could live in peril of ever-lasting torment was incomprehensible." - pg. 59Evaluate - "Son, he said to Jem, "I', going to tell you something and tell you one time: stop tormenting that man. That goes for the other two of you." pg. 65
Title – Historical View of 1930’s America
EQ - What was America really like in the 1930’s?
Warm up - Think on one place in TKM. Write a paragraph describing how you envision that place as your are reading. Be sure to use many descriptive adjectives. Why did you choose to write about this place?
Agenda – 1. Review Chapters 4-5 Maycomb maps
2. 1930’s America Jigsaw
Closure – Answer the following questions:
1. how did our 1930’s America jigsaw relate to our study of TKM?
2. After seeing the pictures, would you adjust the picture in your mind that you created in the warm-up activity?
Homework – TKM Dialectical Journals for Ch 6 & 7
Question - p. 78 – “ When I went back - … they were folded neatly across the fence… And something else… They’d been sewed up.”
Clarify - p. 71 – “Then I saw the shadow of a man with a hat on… as I tripped, the roar of a shotgun shattered the neighborhood.”
Reflect - p. 83 – “Mr. Radley, ah – did you put cement in that hole in that tree down yonder?... Why’d you do it, sir?... Tree’s dying. You plug ‘em up with cement when they’re sick. You ought to know that, Jem.”
Evaluate - p. 84 – “Come on in, Jem,… he stood there until nightfall, and I waited for him. When we went into the house I saw he had been crying; his face was dirty in all the right places, but I thought it odd that I had not heard him.”
Title – Characterization – Static vs. Dynamic
EQ - What makes characters come alive?
Warm up - Go through Chapters 4 & 5 of TKM. List 2 events for each character (Scout, Jem, Dill)
Agenda – 1. Review Chapters -6-7 Maycomb maps
2. Quiz – Chapters 4-5
3. Characterization – static vs. dynamic
4. The Treasure of Lemon Brown
HW – Read Chapters 8-9 in TKM
live oaks scuppernong aloof
tacit hankering asinine
kudzu lattice-work libel
caricature vain compensation
Warm up -
Agenda – 1.
Warm up -
Agenda – 1. Vocabulary Quiz