Senior English 2/18/14 • Five minutes to study for Vocabulary Final, 11-20. • Why can’t the bank keep a secret? • Gardyloo– Archaic warning cry made when waste water was tossed out the window. Goals – Successfully complete vocabulary 11-20 study. Discuss Mock Trial as a summative assessment. Homework – Begin study of week 21 words, prepare for retake final tomorrow.
Senior English 2/19/14 • What do “due process of law” and “fair trial” mean? • What did one wall say to the other? • Golter-yededgawpsheet – old English insult, the meaning has been lost. Goals – Read the trial materials to figure out how we are going to organize it. Select roles? Homework – Begin preparing for your role or roles in the trial.
Senior English 2/20/14 • What is the purpose of the legal system? Do you think it is fair? Explain the features that you think are most important to that fairness. If not, how could it be improved? • How many Amish does it take to screw in a light bulb? • Jobjam, dobdab – sounds like swearing but isn’t. Goals – Study the handout of the different roles and select your parts. Homework – Vocabulary #21 tomorrow. Analyze the case facts that will be the basis of your role in the Mock Trial.
Senior English 2/21/14 • Five minutes to prepare for vocab. #21. • What do you get when you cross a dyslexic agnostic with an insomniac? • Lewdster – a lecher, one given to illegal pleasures. Goals – Complete vocabulary #21. prepare for mock trial. Homework – none.