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Ms. Oing English 3. Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion. Agenda: 1/7/13. DOL Warmup Pickup Books Thematic Focus. Reminders. this week AoW 15 Friday. Thematic Focus. Working in your table groups, answer 5 questions for the Timeline on p430-431 of your textbook

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ms oing english 3

Ms. Oing English 3

Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion

agenda 1 7 13
Agenda: 1/7/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Pickup Books
  • Thematic Focus
reminders
Reminders
  • this week
    • AoW15 Friday
thematic focus
Thematic Focus
  • Working in your table groups, answer 5 questions for the Timeline on p430-431 of your textbook
  • Staple half-sheet of questions to top of paper and turn in
    • If finished today, +5 extra credit
    • If not finished, finish tomorrow before doing “The Story of the Times” activity
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Ms. Oing English 3

Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion

agenda 1 8 13
Agenda: 1/8/13
  • SUB
  • Finish Thematic Focus: Timeline
  • Thematic Focus: The Story of Our Times
reminders1
Reminders
  • this week
    • AoW15 Friday
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Ms. Oing English 3

Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion

agenda 1 9 13
Agenda: 1/9/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Review Thematic Focus
  • “An Episode of War”
    • Grammar: Like vs. As
    • Elements of Realism & Naturalism
reminders2
Reminders
  • this week
    • AoW15 Friday
thematic focus review
Thematic Focus Review
  • What is Realism?
    • shows people and lives realistically
    • emphasize harsh realities of daily life
    • ordinary people
  • What is Naturalism?
    • deeply affected by natural forces
      • heredity, environment, chance
    • cannot be controlled, must carry on
  • What’s the difference?
    • Naturalism emphasizes lack of control characters have over life changes
grammar like vs as
Grammar: Like vs. As
  • as,as if, as though
    • conjunction
    • Subordinate conjunctions used to introduce subordinate clause
      • The lights on the tree twinkled, as if they were tiny stars come down from the heavens.
  • like
    • preposition
    • Preposition that takes noun/pronoun as its object and is used to intro a prepositional phrase
      • The cart raced down the hill like a speeding bullet.
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Grammar: Like vs. As
  • Use “like” when no verb follows, use “as” when verb follows
    • My cousin looks like Batman.
    • It’s as if my cousin were Batman.
    • My neighbor yelled like a maniac.
    • My neighbor yelled as though he were a maniac.
grammar style practice
Grammar & Style Practice
  • …contemplated the distant forest as if their minds were fixed upon the mystery…
  • He looked at it in a kind of stupefaction, as if he had been endowed with a trident…
  • …It is as if the wounded man’s hand is upon the curtain…
  • It was, for a wonder, precisely like a historical painting.
  • …where the shooting sometimes crackled like bush-fires…
an episode of war
“An Episode of War”
  • Open TB to p443
  • Follow along with audio reading
an episode of war1
“An Episode of War”
  • He was on the verge of a great triumph in mathematics, and the corporals were thronging forward, each to reap a little square [of coffee], when suddenly the lieutenant cried out and looked quickly at a man near him as if he suspected it was a case of personal assault. The others cried out also when they saw blood upon the lieutenant’s sleeve
    • Naturalism
      • The event of being shot is a force beyond the lieutenant’s control
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“An Episode of War”
  • One, seeing his arm, began to scold. “Why, man, that’s no way to do. You want to fix that thing.” He appropriated the lieutenant and the lieutenant’s wound. He cut the sleeve and laid bare the arm, every nerve of which softly fluttered under his touch. He bound his handkerchief over the wound, scolding away in the meantime.
    • Realism
      • This is the way one person might realistically react to the situation
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“An Episode of War”
  • When he reached home, his sisters, his mother, his wife, sobbed for a long time at the sight of the flat sleeve. “Oh, well,” he said, standing shamefaced amid these tears. “I don’t suppose it matters so much as all that.”
    • Both
      • Naturalism: This passage emphasizes the lieutenant’s and the women’s reactions to an event outside their control
      • Realism: The reaction reflects realistic responses to the lieutenant’s injury
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“An Episode of War”
  • Extra Credit: On the back of the worksheet in a reframed sentence:
    • According to the Naturalists, humans are weak and ineffectual beings at the mercy of deterministic forces. Defend this statement using examples from “An Episode of War.”
      • Story is available online, I can post a link
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Ms. Oing English 3

Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion

agenda 1 10 13
Agenda: 1/10/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Spirituals
    • Grammar: Direct Address
    • Slave Spirituals
reminders3
Reminders
  • today
    • Grammar: Like vs. As
  • tomorrow
    • AoW15 Friday
grammar direct address
Grammar: Direct Address
  • the addressing of something or someone by name
    • sometimes by phrase (“my child,” “my dear”)
  • name set off by one or more commas, depending on placement
    • Anne, sing this spiritual.
    • Sing the words more clearly, Anne.
    • One goal of a spiritual, Anne, is to arouse strong emotion.
slave spirituals
Slave Spirituals
  • Open TB to p450
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Ms. Oing English 3

Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion

agenda 1 11 13
Agenda: 1/11/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Turn ‘n’ Talk
  • Reading Circles: First Meeting
reminders4
Reminders
  • today
    • Spirituals Worksheet
    • AoW 15
  • next week
    • DOL & Reflection Wednesday
    • Vocabulary Definitions Thursday
    • AoW 16 Friday
turn n talk
Turn ‘n’ Talk
  • Get out your AoW
  • Turn to someone at your table who also did it
    • If no one at your table did it, find someone who has
    • Odd man out? Find a pair and make a 3some
  • Write down on the back of your reflection the name of your TnT partner
  • Share

3. Three things you found interesting

2. Two questions you have after reading

1. One new thing you learned

reading circles
Reading Circles
  • Smart readers:
    • Visualize
    • Connect
    • Question
    • Infer
    • Evaluate
    • Analyze
    • Recall
    • Self-monitor
reading circles assessment
Reading Circles: Assessment
  • Role Sheets
  • Teacher Observation
  • Group Assessments
  • Self Assessments
  • Individual Portfolio
first meeting business
First Meeting Business
  • Reading Schedule
    • What pages/chapters should be read by each day?
      • 9 20-minute meetings (Tuesdays & Fridays)
    • Suggestion: Start slowly with smaller assignments for next week, then build up
    • Can adjust/change assignments if necessary later
first meeting business1
First Meeting Business
  • Group Policies
    • How will your group ensure good book discussion, comprehension, and participation from everyone?
    • Expectations
      • Work done on time
      • Reading completed
      • Good social/conversational skills (eye contact, wait your turn, etc)
      • Ask follow up questions
first meeting business2
First Meeting Business
  • Liability
    • What is the consequence if someone comes unprepared?
      • Has to leave group till caught up on reading?
      • Sits and listens but cannot participate in discussion?
      • Sits in and can participate in discussion?
      • Loss of points?
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Ms. Oing English 3

Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion

agenda 1 14 13
Agenda: 1/14/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Grammar: Correlative Conjunctions
  • My Bondage and My Freedom
reminders5
Reminders
  • tomorrow
    • Reading Circles Meeting
    • Grammar: Correlative Conjunctions
  • this week
    • DOL & Reflection Wednesday
    • Vocabulary Definitions Thursday
    • AoW 16 Friday
grammar correlative conjunctions
Grammar: Correlative Conjunctions
  • conjunctions link up words, phrases, and clauses
  • correlative conjunctions are pairs of connectors that link words and phrases that are grammatically similar
    • either…or
    • neither...nor
    • whether…or
    • not only…but also
    • just as…so
  • She either thought it unnecessary, or she lacked the depravity indispensable to shutting me up in mental darkness.
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Grammar: Correlative Conjunctions
  • HW: Copy the following 5 sentence starters
  • Complete each sentence so that the final version contains a pair of correlative conjunctions
    • Just as soldiers must obey their superiors, ___
    • Neither the general ______________________
    • We didn’t know whether we should visit the battlefield _____________________________
    • Not only did soldiers fight each other, _______
    • The armies must either march through the forest _________________________________
my bondage and my freedom
My Bondage and My Freedom
  • Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Support your opinion
    • Both slaves and slaveholders were victims of slavery.
      • What evidence might Douglass offer to support his point?
  • TB p456: Background for Understanding
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My Bondage and My Freedom
  • TB p458
  • As you read, look for
    • details about the author’s special qualities
    • details that expand your understanding of what it was like to be a slave
  • Complete the following chart on your paper
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My Bondage and My Freedom
  • Based on the details in your chart
  • Answer in reframed sentences
  • Which of Douglass’ special qualities are conveyed through this section of his autobiography? Explain.
  • How did reading this section add to your understanding of the effects of slavery?

Extra Credit: Critical Thinking #4, p464

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Ms. Oing English 3

Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion

agenda 1 15 13
Agenda: 1/15/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Vocabulary 4-1 Definitions
  • Reading Circles Meeting
reminders6
Reminders
  • today
    • Reading Circles Meeting
    • Grammar: Correlative Conjunctions
  • tomorrow
    • DOL & Reflection
    • My Bondage and My Freedom Questions
  • this week
    • Vocabulary 4-1 Definitions Thursday
    • AoW 16 Friday
vocabulary definitions
Vocabulary Definitions
  • Teacher reads word
  • Class repeats word
  • Teacher reads sentence
  • Students individually guess word’s meaning
  • Repeat 1-4 to end
  • Students get definitions for HW
    • Do NOT use word as part of definition
    • Definitions must be 3 words or more long
    • Definition must match both part of speech and way word is used in sample sentence
reading circle meetings
Reading Circle Meetings
  • Use as much of the meeting time for book-related discussion as possible
    • Any time at the end should be for completing assessments or getting a start on reading Friday’s assignment
  • Use role sheets only if needed
    • If you can generate book-related discussion without using them, go for it
  • Complete self-assessment
  • Complete group assessment
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Ms. Oing English 3

Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion

agenda 1 16 13
Agenda: 1/16/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • “Gettysburg Address”
reminders7
Reminders
  • today
    • Grammar: Correlative Conjunctions
    • My Bondage and My Freedom Questions
    • DOL & Reflection
  • tomorrow
    • Vocabulary 4-1 Definitions
  • this week
    • AoW 16 Friday
    • Reading Circles Friday
the gettysburg address
“The Gettysburg Address”
  • TB p480
  • Beyond dedicating the battlefield cemetery, what was Lincoln’s main purpose in “The Gettysburg Address?
  • How does Lincoln attempt to reconcile or reach out to both the North and the South in his speech?
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Ms. Oing English 3

Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion

agenda 1 17 13
Agenda: 1/17/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Civil War Diaries, Journals, & Letters
reminders8
Reminders
  • today
    • Vocabulary 4-1 Definitions
  • tomorrow
    • AoW 16
    • Reading Circles
civil war diaries journals letters
Civil War Diaries, Journals, & Letters
  • Quarter your worksheet and label quadrants, then decide in your group who is A, B, C, D
    • “from Mary Chestnut’s Civil War” p496
    • “Recollections of a Private” p499
    • “A Confederate Account of the Battle of Gettysburg” & “An Account of the Battle of Bull Run” p500
    • “Reaction to the Emancipation Proclamation” & “An Account of an Experience with Discrimination” p502
  • Label quadrants with titles & name of group member responsible
civil war diaries journals letters1
Civil War Diaries, Journals, & Letters
  • Read your selection quietly to yourself and write:
    • 3 sentence summary of its contents
    • 2 details you found that you likely wouldn’t find in a history book
    • 1 quote or passage you found moving
  • Share out with your group, completing the quadrants
civil war diaries journals letters2
Civil War Diaries, Journals, & Letters
  • Why is it important to be able to tell the difference between fact and opinion in writing?
  • Complete worksheet in your table groups
    • If you finish in class, no extra HW tonight
  • John Manning was pleased as a boy to be on the Beauregard’s staff while the row goes on.
    • Fact: John Manning was on Beauregard’s staff
    • Opinion: John Manning was pleased as a boy
civil war diaries journals letters3
Civil War Diaries, Journals, & Letters
  • Why did that green goose Anderson go into Fort Sumter?
    • Fact: Anderson went into Fort Sumter.
    • Opinion: Anderson is a “green goose.”
  • “Get up, you foolish woman—your dress is on fire,” cried a man.
    • Fact: The woman’s dress is on fire.
    • Opinion: She is a foolish woman.
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Civil War Diaries, Journals, & Letters
  • …the flannel shirt was coarse and unpleasant, too large at the neck and too short elsewhere.
    • Fact: The shirt was flannel.
    • Opinion: The flannel shirt was coarse and unpleasant, too large at the neck, too short elsewhere.
  • On swept the gallant little brigade…
    • Fact: The little brigade swept on.
    • Opinion: The little brigade was gallant.
civil war diaries journals letters5
Civil War Diaries, Journals, & Letters
  • By the strenuous efforts of the officers of the line and of the staff, order was restored…
    • Fact: Order was restored by everyone’s efforts.
    • Opinion: The efforts were strenuous.
  • Yesterday we fought a great battle and gained a great victory.
    • Fact: Yesterday we fought a battle and were victorious.
    • Opinion: The battle and victory were “great.”
civil war diaries journals letters6
Civil War Diaries, Journals, & Letters
  • The third sheet from the press was grabbed for by several, but I succeeded in procuring so much of it as contained the proclamation, and off I went for life and death.
    • Fact: The sheet was grabbed for by several, but he got the proclamation and left.
    • Opinion: Turner was running “for life and death.”
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Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion

agenda 1 18 13
Agenda: 1/18/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Turn ‘n’ Talk
  • Reading Circles Meeting
reminders9
Reminders
  • today
    • AoW 16
    • Reading Circles
  • next class
    • Vocabulary 4-1 Sentences
    • Reading Circles
  • next week
    • DOL & Reflection Wednesday
    • Vocabulary 4-1 Review & Quiz Thursday
    • AoW #17 Friday
    • Reading Circles Friday
turn n talk1
Turn ‘n’ Talk
  • Get out your AoW
  • Turn to someone at your table who also did it
    • If no one at your table did it, find someone who has
    • Odd man out? Find a pair and make a 3some
  • Write down on the back of your reflection the name of your TnT partner
  • Share

3. Three things you found interesting

2. Two questions you have after reading

1. One new thing you learned

reading circle meetings1
Reading Circle Meetings
  • Take entire manilla folder to group
  • Use as much of the meeting time for book-related discussion as possible
  • Use role sheets only if needed
    • If you can generate book-related discussion without using them, go for it
  • Back Pocket of Folder:
    • Role Sheets (unstapled)
    • Stapled individual packet
      • Group Assessment (on top)
      • Self Assessment

Role Sheets & Assessments should be as full and detailed as possible

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Ms. Oing English 3

Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion

agenda 1 22 13
Agenda: 1/22/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Vocabulary Review 4-1
  • Reading Circles Meeting
reminders10
Reminders
  • today
    • Vocabulary 4-1 Sentences
    • Reading Circles
  • tomorrow
    • DOL & Reflection
  • this week
    • Vocabulary 4-1 Review & Quiz Thursday
    • AoW #17 Friday
    • Reading Circles Friday
vocabulary review unit 4 1
Vocabulary Review: Unit 4-1
  • Column 1: Fill in the words & parts of speech
  • Column 2: Your best recollection of the definition
  • Column 3: Rate your knowledge/comfort with the word now
  • Column 4: The actual definition, from your chart or dictionary (for HW)
reading circle meetings2
Reading Circle Meetings
  • Take entire manilla folder to group
  • Use as much of the meeting time for book-related discussion as possible
  • Use role sheets only if needed
    • If you can generate book-related discussion without using them, go for it
  • Back Pocket of Folder:
    • Role Sheets (unstapled)
    • Stapled individual packet
      • Group Assessment (on top)
      • Self Assessment

Role Sheets & Assessments should be as full and detailed as possible

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Ms. Oing English 3

Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion

agenda 1 23 13
Agenda: 1/23/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Grammar Review: Like vs. As
  • Regional Dialect
    • “The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County”
reminders11
Reminders
  • today
    • DOL & Reflection
  • tomorrow
    • Vocabulary 4-1 Review & Quiz
  • this week
    • AoW #17 Friday
    • Reading Circles Friday
grammar review like vs as
Grammar Review: Like vs. As
  • He wanted to be heard by everyone _____ if he were music to people.
  • It looked _____ the dog was angry.
  • Marijuana can be used ____ a medicine.
  • It’s _____ the weather is bipolar.
  • The water combines together ____ they were magnets.
  • Today I feel _____ Christmas break was not as long as I wanted it to be.
grammar review like vs as1
Grammar Review: Like vs. As
  • It was a time of Dad and son, which I enjoyed because he works _____ there is no end to help my family.
  • My friends and I were acting _____ we were one of the workers.
  • We watch the rumble of fireworks _____ we were watching an elegant rainbow.
  • It was _____ I was living in a cave.
  • Before winter break, all of us used to talk _____ we were childhood friends.
  • I would feel really sleepy _____ if I went to school too.
grammar review like vs as2
Grammar Review: Like vs. As

Like

As

conjunction

followed by verb

  • preposition
  • not followed by verb
mark twain
Mark Twain
  • born Samuel Langhorne Clemens, used penname Mark Twain
    • “mark twain” = two fathoms deep, a nautical measurement of depth indicating it was safe for a boat to pass
    • showed Clemens’ love of the riverboat life
mark twain1
Mark Twain
  • most known for use of humor and regional dialect
    • regional dialect: informal, often grammatically incorrect, language people of a certain part of the world use in everyday speech.
      • thish-yer = this here
      • ketched = catched = caught
      • ‘taint = it ain’t = it isn’t
    • often difficult to read; easier to hear/say
  • On your binder paper, write down 5-7 examples of modern regional dialect (East San Jose, 2000s)
mark twain2
Mark Twain
  • “The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County” p525
  • As you listen, write down 5-10 examples of regional dialect used in the story (OTHER than the examples I gave), and make your best guess what each means.
  • Critical Thinking: Compare & Contrast
    • Based on the way they use language, compare the personality of the anonymous narrator with that of Simon Wheeler.
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Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion

agenda 1 24 13
Agenda: 1/24/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Quiz: Vocabulary 4-1
  • Tone
  • Headed West
reminders12
Reminders
  • today
    • Vocabulary 4-1 Review & Quiz
  • tomorrow
    • AoW #17
    • Reading Circles
vocabulary quiz
Vocabulary Quiz
  • I will distribute tests when it is quiet
  • Fill in the blanks with the correct words from the word bank
    • Points will be deducted if word is misspelled
  • Turn test over on desk when finished
    • Non-disruptive electronics use is welcome once test is completed
  • Remain quiet until everyone is finished or time is up
vocabulary quiz reflection
Vocabulary Quiz Reflection
  • Complete the following sentences on the back of your quiz
    • On this quiz I scored a _____.
    • I expected to score a _____.
    • The reason(s) why I did/not meet my expectation is/are ___________________.

*You WILL still be doing a Word Wall this grading period, just on a separate sheet of paper

slide86
Tone
  • tone: the attitude a writer takes toward his or her subject
    • in-person: word choice, voice, body language
    • in-writing: word choice, voice, body language (described by adjectives), and treatment of characters/events
  • Complete worksheet 1-4, discussing with table group
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Tone
  • “I want to have time to look for my children and see how many I can find. Maybe I shall find them among the dead.” – Chief Joseph
    • warlike
    • despairing
    • questioning
    • calm
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Tone
  • “There is no retreat but in submission and slavery! Our chains are forged! Their clanging may be heard on the plains of Boston! The war is inevitable—and let it come! I repeat, sir, let it come!” – Patrick Henry, “Speech in the Virginia Convention”
    • sarcastic
    • objective
    • annoyed
    • challenging
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Tone
  • “Proceed, great chief, with virtue on thy side. / Thy ev’ry action let the goddess guide, / A crown, a mansion, and a throne that shine. / With gold unfading, WASHINGTON! Be thine.” – Phyllis Wheatley, “To his Excellency, George Washington”
    • amused
    • victorious
    • yearning
    • scandalized
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Tone
  • “The grave was made beneath the shade of some noble oaks. It had been carefully watched to the present hour by the Pawnees of the Loup, and is often shown to the traveler and the trader as a spot where a just man sleeps.” –James Fenimore Cooper, The Prairie
    • respectful
    • gloomy
    • critical
    • bitter
westward expansion
Westward Expansion
  • A new law has been passed: by the time all young people turn 18, they must leave America to relocate elsewhere.
    • What would you do?
    • Where would you go?
    • With whom/how would you travel?
    • What would you bring?
    • How would you say good-bye to friends & family?
heading west p546 i will fight no more forever p551
“Heading West” p546 & “I Will Fight No More Forever” p551
  • In your table groups, take turns reading aloud
  • Copy the following chart onto the back of your worksheet and complete as you are reading/listening
    • 1: specific words, phrases, & passages that had a strong effect on you
    • 2: ideas, emotions, and images that the words evoked
    • 3: how your response added to your understanding
  • Do worksheet part B for ExC
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Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion

agenda 1 25 13
Agenda: 1/25/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Turn ‘n’ Talk
  • Reading Circles Meeting
reminders13
Reminders
  • today
    • AoW #17
    • Reading Circles
  • next week
    • Reading Circles Tuesday
    • DOL & Reflection Wednesday
    • Vocabulary 4-2 Definitions Thursday
    • AoW #18 Friday
    • Reading Circles Friday
turn n talk2
Turn ‘n’ Talk
  • Get out your AoW
  • Turn to someone at your table who also did it
    • If no one at your table did it, find someone who has
    • Odd man out? Find a pair and make a 3some
  • Write down on the back of your reflection the name of your TnT partner
  • Share

3. Three things you found interesting

2. Two questions you have after reading

1. One new thing you learned

reading circle meetings3
Reading Circle Meetings
  • Take entire manilla folder to group
  • Use as much of the meeting time for book-related discussion as possible
  • Use role sheets only if needed
    • If you can generate book-related discussion without using them, go for it
  • Back Pocket of Folder:
    • Role Sheets (unstapled)
    • Stapled individual packet
      • Group Assessment (on top)
      • Self Assessment

Role Sheets & Assessments should be as full and detailed as possible

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Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion

agenda 1 28 13
Agenda: 1/28/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Frontier Survival
    • “To Build a Fire”
reminders14
Reminders
  • tomorrow
    • Reading Circles
  • this week
    • DOL & Reflection Wednesday
    • Vocabulary 4-2 Definitions Thursday
    • AoW #18 Friday
    • Reading Circles Friday
frontier survival
Frontier Survival
    • “Day had broken, cold and gray…There was no sun nor hint of sun…The Yukon lay a mile wide and hidden under three feet of ice. On top of this ice was as many feet of snow. North and South, as far as he could see, it was unbroken white…Undoubtably it was colder than fifty degrees below zero…”
  • What might happen to a person who sets out alone on a day-long journey on foot in these conditions?
frontier survival1
Frontier Survival
  • What was Seward’s Folly?
    • Purchase of Alaska from Russia
  • Gold discovered in part of Alaska known as the Yukon in 1896
    • Klondike stampede of 1897-1898
      • Jack London
frontier survival2
Frontier Survival
  • TB p556
  • As you listen, complete a chart like the one below on binder paper to make THOUGHTFUL predictions about what will happen in the story or to the characters (will probably continue Wednesday)
    • A: 10
    • B: 7
    • C: 5
    • D: 3
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Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion

agenda 1 29 13
Agenda: 1/29/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Vocabulary 4-2
  • Reading Circles
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Reminders
  • today
    • Reading Circles
  • tomorrow
    • DOL & Reflection
  • this week
    • Vocabulary 4-2 Definitions Thursday
    • AoW #18 Friday
    • Reading Circles Friday
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Vocabulary Definitions
  • Teacher reads word
  • Class repeats word
  • Teacher reads sentence
  • Students individually guess word’s meaning
  • Repeat 1-4 to end
  • Students get definitions for HW
    • Do NOT use word as part of definition
    • Definitions must be 3 words or more long
    • Definition must match both part of speech and way word is used in sample sentence
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Reading Circle Meetings
  • Take entire manilla folder to group
  • Use as much of the meeting time for book-related discussion as possible
  • Use role sheets only if needed
    • If you can generate book-related discussion without using them, go for it
  • Back Pocket of Folder:
    • Role Sheets (unstapled)
    • Stapled individual packet
      • Group Assessment (on top)
      • Self Assessment

Role Sheets & Assessments should be as full and detailed as possible

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Agenda: 1/30/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • “To Build a Fire”, cont
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Reminders
  • today
    • DOL & Reflection
  • tomorrow
    • Vocabulary 4-2 Definitions
  • this week
    • AoW #18 Friday
    • Reading Circles Friday
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Frontier Survival
  • TB p562
  • As you listen, complete a chart like the one below on binder paper to make THOUGHTFUL predictions about what will happen in the story or to the characters
    • A: 10
    • B: 7
    • C: 5
    • D: 3
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Agenda: 1/31/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Review “To Build a Fire”
  • Folk Tales, Legends, and Ballads
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Reminders
  • today
    • Vocabulary 4-2 Definitions
  • tomorrow
    • AoW #18
    • Reading Circles
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Conflict
  • conflict: the struggle between two opposing forces or characters
    • internal conflict: struggle between conflicting thoughts/emotions within character’s mind
    • external conflict: struggle between character and outside force
      • other character, society, nature, fate
  • Complete “Conflict” Worksheet in groups
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Conflict
  • “It was seventy-five below zero. Since the freezing point is thirty-two above zero, it meant that one hundred and seven degrees of frost obtained.”
    • External; person against nature
  • “There was nobody to talk to; and, had there been, speech would have been impossible because of the ice-muzzle on his mouth.”
    • External; person against nature
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Conflict
  • “He tried to keep this thought down, to forget it, to think of something else, he was aware of the panicky feeling that it caused and he was afraid of the panic.”
    • Internal: person against himself
  • “He spoke to the dog…but in his voice was a strange note of fear that frightened the animal…As it came within reaching distance, the man lost his control.”
    • External: person against another character
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Conflict
  • “High up in the tree one bough capsized its load of snow…it grew like an avalanche, and it descended without warning upon the man and the fire, and the fire was blotted out!”
    • External: person against nature
  • “He was very careful. He drove the thought of his freezing feet, and nose, and cheeks, out of his mind, devoting his whole soul to the matches.”
    • External: person against nature
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Conflict
  • “…it was a matter of life and death. This threw him into a panic, and he turned and ran up the creekbed along the old, dim trail.”
    • Internal: person against himself
  • “Well, he was bound to freeze anyway, and he might as well take it decently.”
    • External: person against fate/uncontrolled circumstance
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Thematic Focus
  • Back of worksheet, write down elements of realism and/or naturalism present in story for HW
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Folk Tales, Legends, Ballads
  • What characteristics would make someone a hero of legen—wait for it—dary proportions today?
  • folk literature: stories & ballads handed down orally
    • folk tales: traditional stories, based on fanciful heroes with mythical qualities
    • legends: traditional stories that deal with a particular/actual person, slightly exaggerated
    • ballads: song-like poems that tell story
      • adventure or romance
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Folk Tales, Legends, Ballads
  • cultural details: clues about the everyday things in the society at a certain time
    • furniture
    • style of dress
    • food
    • customs
    • speech
  • help readers imagine life as it was lived in that time
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Agenda: 2/1/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Turn ‘n’ Talk
  • Reading Circles Meeting
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Reminders
  • today
    • AoW #18
    • Reading Circles
  • next week
    • Vocabulary 4-2 Sentences Tuesday
    • Reading Circles Tuesday
    • DOL & Reflection Wednesday
    • Vocabulary 4-2 Review & Quiz Thursday
    • AoW #19 Friday
    • Reading Circles Friday
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Turn ‘n’ Talk
  • Get out your AoW
  • Turn to someone at your table who also did it
    • If no one at your table did it, find someone who has
    • Odd man out? Find a pair and make a 3some
  • Write down on the back of your reflection the name of your TnT partner
  • Share

3. Three things you found interesting

2. Two questions you have after reading

1. One new thing you learned

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Reading Circle Meetings
  • Take entire manilla folder to group
  • Use as much of the meeting time for book-related discussion as possible
  • Use role sheets only if needed
    • If you can generate book-related discussion without using them, go for it
  • Back Pocket of Folder:
    • Role Sheets (unstapled)
    • Stapled individual packet
      • Group Assessment (on top)
      • Self Assessment

Role Sheets & Assessments should be as full and detailed as possible

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Agenda: 2/4/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Grammar: Appositive Phrases
  • Irony
    • “The Story of an Hour”
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Reminders
  • tomorrow
    • Vocabulary 4-2 Sentences
    • Reading Circles
  • this week
    • DOL & Reflection Wednesday
    • Vocabulary 4-2 Review & Quiz Thursday
    • AoW #19 Friday
    • Reading Circles Friday
  • next week
    • Reading Circles Tuesday
    • Unit Test Thursday or Friday
    • Reading Circles Reflection Thursday or Friday
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Grammar: Appositive Phrases
  • Worksheet
  • Writing Application for Homework
news flash
NEWS FLASH
  • In your table group, generate a list of as many “news flashes” as you can think of that would change your life & list on your binder paper
  • In “The Story of an Hour”, a character has unexpected reactions to unanticipated news.
    • Things are not always as they appear, and there is often more than one way to look at them.
  • What sort of news flash is this?
    • A man afraid of flying his whole life finally takes a flight and dies in a horrific crash, from an airline with a previously spotless record.
      • Hint: Six-letter title of Alanis Morissette song:
      • I _ _ _IC
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Irony
  • irony: a contrast between what happens and what is expected to happen
    • verbal: use of words to suggest opposite of meaning
    • situational: outcome of action/situation is different than characters/readers expect
    • dramatic: readers are aware of something crucial that character is not and has effect
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“The Story of an Hour” p592
  • As you read/listen, complete a chart like the one below binder paper
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Irony Extra Credit
  • On your binder paper, identify other stories you have read (or seen, like TV shows) that use irony
    • Quote or summarize a passage that is an example of one of the types of irony
    • Identify which type of irony it is (verbal, situational, dramatic)
    • Explain the irony
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Agenda: 2/5/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Vocabulary 4-2 Review
  • Reading Circles
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Reminders
  • today
    • Vocabulary 4-2 Sentences
    • Reading Circles
  • this week
    • DOL & Reflection Thursday
    • Vocabulary 4-2 Review & Quiz Thursday
    • AoW #19 Friday
    • Reading Circles Friday
  • next week
    • Reading Circles Tuesday
    • Unit Test Thursday or Friday
    • Reading Circles Reflection Thursday or Friday
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Vocabulary Review: Unit 4-2
  • Column 1: Fill in the words & parts of speech
  • Column 2: Your best recollection of the definition
  • Column 3: Rate your knowledge/comfort with the word now
  • Column 4: The actual definition, from your chart or dictionary (for HW)
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Reading Circle Meetings
  • Take entire manilla folder to group
  • Use as much of the meeting time for book-related discussion as possible
  • Use role sheets only if needed
    • If you can generate book-related discussion without using them, go for it
  • Back Pocket of Folder:
    • Role Sheets (unstapled)
    • Stapled individual packet
      • Group Assessment (on top)
      • Self Assessment

Role Sheets & Assessments should be as full and detailed as possible

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Agenda: 2/6/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Vocabulary 4-2 Review
  • Reading Circles
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Reminders
  • today
    • Vocabulary 4-2 Sentences
    • Reading Circles
    • DOL & Reflection
  • this week
    • Vocabulary 4-2 Review & Quiz Thursday
    • AoW #19 Friday
    • Reading Circles Friday
  • next week
    • Reading Circles Tuesday
    • Unit Test Thursday or Friday
    • Reading Circles Reflection Thursday or Friday
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Vocabulary Review: Unit 4-2
  • Column 1: Fill in the words & parts of speech
  • Column 2: Your best recollection of the definition
  • Column 3: Rate your knowledge/comfort with the word now
  • Column 4: The actual definition, from your chart or dictionary (for HW)
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Reading Circle Meetings
  • Take entire manilla folder to group
  • Use as much of the meeting time for book-related discussion as possible
  • Use role sheets only if needed
    • If you can generate book-related discussion without using them, go for it
  • Back Pocket of Folder:
    • Role Sheets (unstapled)
    • Stapled individual packet
      • Group Assessment (on top)
      • Self Assessment

Role Sheets & Assessments should be as full and detailed as possible

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Agenda: 2/7/13
  • DOL Warmup
  • Vocabulary 4-2 Quiz
  • Poets of the Era
    • Paul Laurence Dunbar
    • Edwin Arlington Robinson
    • Edgar Lee Masters
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Reminders
  • today
    • Vocabulary 4-2 Review & Quiz
  • tomorrow
    • AoW #19
    • Reading Circles
  • next week
    • Reading Circles Tuesday
    • Unit Test Thursday or Friday
    • Reading Circles Reflection Thursday or Friday
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Vocabulary Quiz
  • I will distribute tests when it is quiet
  • Fill in the blanks with the correct words from the word bank
    • Points will be deducted if word is misspelled
  • Turn test over on desk when finished
    • Non-disruptive electronics use is welcome once test is completed
  • Remain quiet until everyone is finished or time is up
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Vocabulary Quiz Reflection
  • Complete the following sentences on the back of your quiz
    • On this quiz I scored a _____.
    • I expected to score a _____.
    • The reason(s) why I did/not meet my expectation is/are ___________________.

*You WILL still be doing a Word Wall this grading period, just on a separate sheet of paper

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Poets of the Era: Paul Laurence Dunbar
  • first African American to support himself entirely by writing
  • focused on
    • the lost world of the southern plantation
    • social problems facing African Americans @ turn of century
  • wrote in two styles: formal, and rural
  • TB p600
  • Reading Strategy: Interpret
    • read between and beyond lines to discover what poet really means
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Poets of the Era: Edwin Arlington Robinson & Edgar Lee Masters
  • Robinson
    • people‘s inner struggles
      • lives are trivial and meaningless / want to live in other place or time
  • Masters
    • largely spoken by the dead
    • vivid portrait of life in small Midwestern towns
  • TB p606
  • Reading Strategy: Recognize Attitudes
    • point of view or outlook on life
      • author‘s natural
      • author‘s presentation
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Agenda: 2/8/13
  • Turn ‘n’ Talk: AoW
  • Reading Circles
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Reminders
  • today
    • Poets Worksheet
    • AoW #19
    • Reading Circles
  • next week
    • Reading Circles Tuesday
    • Unit Test Thursday or Friday
    • Reading Circles Reflection Thursday or Friday
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Turn ‘n’ Talk
  • Get out your AoW
  • Turn to someone at your table who also did it
    • If no one at your table did it, find someone who has
    • Odd man out? Find a pair and make a 3some
  • Write down on the back of your reflection the name of your TnT partner
  • Share

3. Three things you found interesting

2. Two questions you have after reading

1. One new thing you learned

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Reading Circle Meetings
  • Take entire manilla folder to group
  • Use as much of the meeting time for book-related discussion as possible
  • Use role sheets only if needed
    • If you can generate book-related discussion without using them, go for it
  • Back Pocket of Folder:
    • Role Sheets (unstapled)
    • Stapled individual packet
      • Group Assessment (on top)
      • Self Assessment

Role Sheets & Assessments should be as full and detailed as possible

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Agenda: 2/11/13
  • “A Wagner Matinee”
    • Clarifying
    • Characterization
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The Power of Music
  • Have you ever heard a song that grabbed at your emotions, pulling you out of the moment and into another time or place?
    • Turn to a partner and briefly describe a time when a song or piece of music stirred up your emotions.
  • The story today addresses a woman who experiences a flood of long-buried emotions when she attends a special concert…
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“A Wagner Matinee” p614
  • Willa Cather
    • raised in the “prairie” in the Nebraska frontier
    • stories about cultural diversity of Nebraska immigrants appealed most to readers and critics
      • admiration for courage & spirit of frontier settlers
      • awareness of loss felt by pioneers
      • loneliness & isolation
    • contrasted stark realities of frontier life with possibilities of life in more cultured world
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Reading Strategy: Clarify
  • As you read, clarify confusing parts by
    • reading a footnote
    • looking up a word in the dictionary
    • rereading a passage to refresh memory
    • reading ahead to find additional details
  • Complete Characterization for HW
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Agenda: 2/12/13
  • Unit Test Review
  • Reading Circles
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Unit Test Review
  • 50 Multiple Choice Questions
  • 1 Short Essay
    • 1/4p=B
    • 1/2p=A
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Unit Test Review

Part 1: Literature (25 questions)

Literature

Literary Techniques

Fact vs Opinion

Regional Dialect

Tone

Conflict

Irony

  • Realism, Naturalism
    • Stephen Crane
    • Frederick Douglas
    • Mark Twain
    • Jack London
    • Kate Chopin
    • Willa Cather
  • Gettysburg Address
  • Spirituals/Refrains
  • Folk Tales, Legends, & Ballads
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Unit Test Review
  • Part 2: Grammar (15 questions)
    • Like vs. As
    • Direct Address
    • Correlative Conjunctions
    • Appositive Phrases
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Unit Test Review
  • Part 3: DOL Review (10 questions)

Ex: James wanted to go to the park, however; his Mom says he was too sick and needed to rest.

What is the best way to correct the underlined section?

    • park, however, his Mom says
    • park; however, his Mom said
    • park; however, his mom says
    • park; however, his mom said
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To My Special Valentines <3
  • You are welcome to use 1 3”x5” notecard on the multiple choice portion of the test 
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Reading Circle Meetings
  • Take entire manilla folder to group
  • Use as much of the meeting time for book-related discussion as possible
  • Use role sheets only if needed
    • If you can generate book-related discussion without using them, go for it
  • Back Pocket of Folder:
    • Role Sheets (unstapled)
    • Stapled individual packet
      • Group Assessment (on top)
      • Self Assessment

Role Sheets & Assessments should be as full and detailed as possible

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Agenda: 2/13/13
  • Psych Fair
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book pass
Book Pass
  • Choose one of the books at your table
    • Look at the front cover
    • Look at the back cover
    • Read the first few pages
  • When the timer goes off after 2 minutes, write down
    • Title & Author
    • Brief 1-sentence summary
    • Your opinion
  • When I say “Book Pass”, pass clockwise (left)
    • When first set of books have visited all @table, choose from center
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Book Pass
  • WITHOUT DISCUSSING WITH YOUR FRIENDS
  • List book choice, ranked in order of preference, 1=highest priority, 9=lowest priority
  • Include at least one reason why you ranked this book here, including reasons why it’s not higher (be honest ;) )
    • This will help me determine which book for you if your first choice is not available
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Book Pass
  • The Bluest Eyeby Toni Morrison
    • I liked Beloved and this is by the same author
  • The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
    • The movie is coming out soon and I want to read the book first
  • Rain of Gold by Victor Villasenor
    • My friend said this was a good book, so I’m willing to try it
  • Native Son by Richard Wright
    • This is last because it has too many pages and I can’t really connect with the story
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Unit Test
  • Mark answers on bubble sheet only
    • Ignore “Form”; there is no Form Letter
  • Turn in Multiple Choice part of test before beginning essay, then pick up textbooks
    • Write essay on back of answer sheet
  • Non-disruptive use of electronics is welcome after test is completed and turned in
  • Book Reviews will start when all tests have been turned in, or halfway through the period (whichever comes first)
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Vocabulary Flashcards
  • Share w/ partner your definition
    • Decide which of you has the best definition
  • On the red line:
    • Write your assigned word (on the left)
    • Write your names (on the right)
  • On the lined side of the index card:
    • LABEL & write the dictionary definition(3+ words)
    • LABEL & write the paraphrased definition (3+ words)
  • On the unlined side
    • Create a graphic or symbol to represent your word
      • Words/letters can be no more than 25% of total