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Monday – October 1, 2012. AGENDA: Entry Task . . . Homecoming Voting then discuss list from Friday. Add to and/or Edit Friday’s Quickwrite “Eleven” Reading Analysis. Turn in “MY NAME” Papers TODAY!!!. Tuesday – October 2, 2012. AGENDA: Entry Task . . .

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monday october 1 2012
Monday – October 1, 2012

AGENDA:

Entry Task . . .

Homecoming Voting then discuss list from Friday.

Add to and/or Edit Friday’s Quickwrite

“Eleven” Reading Analysis

Turn in “MY NAME” Papers TODAY!!!

tuesday october 2 2012
Tuesday – October 2, 2012

AGENDA:

Entry Task . . .

Write a short paragraph about a “most/est moment”

“Eleven” Reading Analysis

Score and Discuss

Read “Oranges”

Turn in “MY NAME” Papers TODAY!!!

eleven analysis
“Eleven” Analysis

As a group of 3, discuss and answer the following questions in complete sentences using text support. EVERYONE WRITES!!

  • Discuss your understanding of the “coming of age” moment for Rachel then in your written response, explain it in detail and what the reader is supposed to learn from it. Use a piece of the text to explain your thinking!
  • In paragraphs 12-14, Cisneros uses “interior monologue” to express Rachel’s feelings. Explain why “interior monologue” is a powerful choice in creating a 1st person narrative. Use a piece of the text to explain your thinking!
  • Explain how Cisneros’s use of syntax helps establish the speaker’s “childlike” voice. Use 3 different forms of syntax to support your thinking. One MUST be HYPERBOLE!
wednesday october 3 2012
Wednesday – October 3, 2012

AGENDA:

Entry Task . . .

Discuss Reading Analysis

Read “Oranges”

Complete Questions 1-4

(READ DIRECTIONS!)

Create Poster

(Symbol should be background)

thursday october 4 2012
Thursday – October 4, 2012

AGENDA:

Entry Task . . .

Read Novel

Complete Questions 1-4

(READ DIRECTIONS!)

Create Poster

(Symbol should be background)

friday october 5 2012
Friday – October 5, 2012

AGENDA:

FWF

Complete Poster

(Symbol should be background)

Discuss

mini van strategies
Mini-Van Strategies

Definition: A mini-van is a sentence with a single driver (independent clause) and multiple “pronoun passengers”. It can take on five basic forms.

  • Person/who . . . Place/where . . . Time/when
  • Thing/that. . . Idea/which

Professional Examples:

  • The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

The women who had dressed him, who had combed his hair, who had cut his nails and shaved him were unable to hold back a shudder of pity when they had to resign themselves to his being dragged along the ground.

oranges reading response
“Oranges” Reading Response

Answer the following questions in the “My Notes” section in your reader. Number the text that supports your answer!

1. What is the setting of the poem?

(Include time period & city)

2. How does the boy feel about the girl?

3. What type of personality does he have?

4. What is the “Coming of Age” moment in the poem?

5. Underline pieces of diction, syntax and imagery that show the boy’s voice.

tuesday oct 4 2011
Tuesday Oct. 4, 2011

AGENDA:

Read “Cut”, complete table & discuss:

Most of the text included in the vignettes is presented as direct quotations from the men being interviewed. In order to capture the insights of each of the men, Bob Greene, the author, most likely had to ask them a series of questions. What are 10 questions might he have asked them?

wednesday october 5 2011
Wednesday – October 5, 2011

AGENDA:

Quality Interview Questions

Most or “est” Moments

Make a list of at least 10 of these moments in your life. (example: most embarrassing, craziest, etc.)

20 Minute timed write – chose one and write the story.

tuesday october 4 2011
Tuesday - October 4, 2011

Most Moment Writing Strategies:

1. Decide on TONE of story

2. Include 5 pieces of DICTION!

3. Include 3 pieces of SYNTAX

4. Include 2 pieces of IMAGERY!

thursday oct 6 2011
Thursday Oct. 6, 2011

AGENDA:

Read Independent Novel

Exit Task . . .

Write 3-5 Interview Questions you could ask your protagonist about their experiences thus far in the novel!

friday october 7 2011
Friday – October 7, 2011

AGENDA:

Entry Task . . . (10 Min)

Finish “Most Moment” (in TW section)

(add 5 diction, 2 imagery and 3 syntax)

Read “Always Running” and complete worksheet!

Answer questions thoroughly with TEXT SUPPORT!!!

interview questions
Interview Questions
  • Write 4-6 questions you would like to know about your partner.
  • Open ended vs. “yes” or “no”
  • Revise questions and make room for answers.