Tuesday April 14 th , 2009 (4/ 14/ 2009). AGENDA. Quote. Strike System Reminders. NO NOTES. 1 st period: NO STRIKE SYSTEM 2 nd period: NO STRIKE SYSTEM 3 rd period: NO STRIKE SYSTEM 4 th period: NO STRIKE SYSTEM 6 th period: 3 Strikes (Individual System)
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1st period:NO STRIKE SYSTEM
2nd period: NO STRIKE SYSTEM
3rd period: NO STRIKE SYSTEM
4th period: NO STRIKE SYSTEM
6th period: 3 Strikes (Individual System)
Suggestions: Stop talking while I am talking.
Time Given: 3 minutes
Yesterday we started reading our newest novel, Night. Most classes were close to finishing Chapter 1.
What is your opinion of Night so far? Can you remember anything specific that happened in the book while we read it yesterday? Use your Chapter 1 notes from yesterday if you need help.
Computer lab = no printer.
So, next Thursday/Friday (23 and 24th), I’ll be getting the Dell Laptops brought up here for you to work on your Project.
The Thursday/Friday after that (30th and 1st of May), I’ll have the Apple Laptops for you to use for another project.
WRITE IT DOWN NOW!
You must bring a photo of yourself or a family member doing an sport or activity that you enjoy doing.
It can be from ANY time period—recent photo or a photo from your childhood. It does not matter.
WRITE IT DOWN NOW!
The Homework is due next Wednesday—I will give you daily reminders.
You may turn it in any day from now until next Wednesday—I will keep your photos safe.
It counts as a project—so do it!!!!
Does Night fit into Freytag’s Triangle—in other words, does it have a beginning moment, a conflict, a climax, and a resolution?
A narrative (story) is made up of moments of balance and unbalance.
InNight, pay attention to how often Elie experiences balance and unbalance.
Introduction to the narrator, Elie and his family. They live in a little town called Sighet. He wants to study religion with his teacher, Moshe the Beadle. Despite feeling confident that the Russians will defeat the Germans, the Germans invade Sighet. The Jews are forced into a “ghetto” and then taken to a concentration camp to die.
Elie boards the train for the main concentration camp, Auschwitz. In the train, Madame Schachter goes mad, claiming to see flames outside. Elie arrives at Birkenau, the reception center.
Hampton’s Popcorn for remainder of Chapter 1.
Look at board next to this for where we stopped yesterday
Regular popcorn for Chapter 2 (5 pages)
2 paragraph minimum.
Should take about 30 minutes.