ELA 10-1: Lesson 9 Chapters: 16-17
Agenda • Attendance: the perspective you are writing from in PR#2 • House Cleaning: owing • Image Discussion • Word Wall • Chapter review • Exit Slip
Chapter Review/Discussion Ch.16 • Small town: word spreads fast and not exactly true. • Who is Mr. Dolphus Raymond? How does the community of Maycomb view Mr. Raymond? • Why is it ironic that a “gala occasion” is being held the same day as the trial. • What is important about where Jem and Scout sit in the courthouse?
Chapter Review/Discussion Ch.17 • What are the different perspectives of the event on trial? • Describe each perspective. • Why would their be different perspectives on the event? • Influences?
Chapter Review/Discussion • What does Bob Ewellwriting in trial prove? • What kind of flowers do Mayella grow? • What do the flowers symbolize?
Conclusion • Tell me one thing you learned • Cannot be the same as someone else • Perspective Response Due Monday! • I am still missing a few PR#1! • Readings: Ch. 18-
ELA 10-1: Lesson 10 Chapters: 18-19
Agenda • Attendance: Favourite Colour • House Cleaning • Image Discussion • Word Wall • Story time! • Trial Talk • Chapter review • Exit Slip
House Cleaning • PR#1- STILL MISSING ASSIGNMENTS! • PR#2 due today • Report cards this week! • Quiz #3 Wednesday
Trial Talk • Note taking • Trial chapters
Chapter Review/Discussion Ch. 18 • Describe MayellaEwell • Attitude/age • What does she ask Tom to do? • Why would Mayella think she is being sassed? • What does this say about her status? • What casts a shadow of doubt on the Ewell’s story? • Tom… • In what way has Atticus “hit” Mayella?
Chapter Review/Discussion Ch.19 • What is Tom’s side of the story? • How does he view Mayella? • What does he say happened? • Why did the scandalous event happen? • What is Tom’s dilemma when embraced by Mayella? • Race • Married • Cannot fight her • No way out condemned by manners • What does Dolphus Raymond say to Dill? • Why would he say that? • Why was Dill so upset by the cross-examination?
Mind Break! • Lets play To Kill a Mockingbird Pictionary! • Guess this…
Work Period • Work and/or read for the remainder of class.
Wrap Up • Make sure your PR#2 is in • Quiz #2
Agenda-Double! Period 1 • Attendance: favourite non-alcoholic beverage • House Cleaning • Word Wall • Trial Talk • Chapter review • Read chapter 22 together… Period 3 • Image Discussion • Work booklet review • Work Period • Exit Slip
House Cleaning • PR#1- STILL MISSING ASSIGNMENTS! • PR#2- Missing a lot of these! • Report cards this week! • Quiz #3 Wednesday (Ch. 16-22)
Trial Talk • Note taking • thoughts? • Anything important? • Placemat organizer or mind map • Group discussion
Chapter Review/Discussion Ch. 20 • What is Mr. Dolphus Raymond’s attitude towards Dill crying? • He will become accustom to injustice with age • What “code” has Mayella broken? • Societal code (1930’s) • She put her desires above societies racial codes; tempting a negro • According to Atticus, not all people are born equal. • Find the passage where he talks about the “great equalizer” • What is the great equalizer? • What is the truth about Negros according to Atticus
Mind Break! • Lets play To Kill a Mockingbird Pictionary Again! • Teams • Remember the colour coated chart- new base groups! And your new Pictionary groups!
Chapter Review/Discussion Ch. 21 • Why does Atticus allow his children to come back for the trial? • Where did they view the trial? • How does Jem believe the trial will end? • Why does he believe this? • What does Reverend Sykes tell Jem about the verdict? • Why does the jury not look at Tom when the verdict is delivered? • Why was the verdict predictable? • Why does the black community members stand as Atticus leaves?
Perspective Response #3 • Write letter to the editor (newspaper) regarding the trial. • Take the perspective of a citizen in the audience (white or black) • Include your opinion on the trial and include evidence from the novel and trial as defence of your opinion. • Be sure to discuss ideas of inequality and societal codes (of the 1930’s) • You may be an advocate for or against the trial verdict. Be sure to explain why and provide evidence. • You may sign the letter with a alter ego (fake name) • I.e. Concerned Citizen • Min. 2/3 of a page typed and single spaced. • Rubric has been updated.
Story time… • …and now a reading from Ch. 22….the whole chapter.
Chapter Review/ Discussion Ch.22 • How does Jem react to the verdict? • Image reflection • “it seems only children weep”. What does this mean? • How did Aunt Alexandra react to the children being at the trial? • What is Atticus’ defense? • How does the black community show their gratitude towards Atticus’ efforts in defending Tom? • Times are too hard
Chapter Review/Discussion Ch.22 • What is symbolic about the 2 small cakes and the large cake Miss Maudie makes for the children? • Who gets the big cake and why? • Why did Atticus consider the trail a partial victory? • Jury • Why does Dill want to be a clown • He wants to laugh at people because people are horrible and all you can so is laugh. • How does Bob Ewell confront Atticus at the post office? • Why?
Wrap Up • Make sure your PR#2 is in • Quiz #3 on Wednesday • Reading: 23-24 • Be done the novel by Monday Please • Final Friday March 28th
ELA 10-1: Lesson 12 Chapters: 23-24
Agenda • Attendance: • House Cleaning • Quiz #3 • Image Discussion • Word Wall • Trial Talk • Chapter review • Exit Slip
House Cleaning • PR#1- STILL MISSING ASSIGNMENTS! • PR#2 –Still missing a number of these! • Report cards this week!-hand out reports • Quiz #3 today
Quiz • You have 30 mins • Good Luck!
Mind Break! • Time to play To Kill a Mockingbird Pictionary! • Score so far?
Trial Talk • Note taking • Graphic organizer • Base groups • Look at: • Different perspectives • Different roles • Time period influence • Other important/interesting facts
Chapter Review/Discussion Ch. 23
Conclusion • Perspective response #3 due Monday • Tomorrow please read chapters 25-27 for tomorrow. • Please read chapters 28-31 for Monday • Final on March 28th.
ELA 10-1: Lesson 12 (2) Chapters: 23-24
Agenda • Attendance: • House Cleaning • Image Discussion • Quick Question Meeting • Question Sharing • Chapter review • Exit Slip
House Cleaning • PR#2 –Still missing a number of these! • Report cards today!-hand out reports • PR#3 due Monday! • Finish book for Monday!
Question Sharing • Please print your group question below:
Mind Break! • Time to play To Kill a Mockingbird Pictionary!
Chapter Review/Discussion Ch. 23 • How does Atticus react to Bob Ewell’s threat? • Why does Bob act this way? • Why does Miss Maudie not sit on the jury? • What is Atticus’s explanation? • Types of folks • How many types does Jem believe there is? • How many types does Scout believe there is? • What conclusion has Jem come to about Boo Radley?