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Do Now. Take the following notes in preparation for bellwork . There are three major types of puns: H omophonic puns use word pairs which sound alike (homophones) but are NOT spelled the same nor mean the same.

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    1. Do Now Take the following notes in preparation for bellwork. There are three major types of puns: Homophonic puns use word pairs which sound alike (homophones) but are NOT spelled the same nor mean the same. Example: Why do we still have troops in Germany? To keep the Russians in Czech. Homographic punsuse words which are spelled the same (homographs) but possess different meanings and sounds. Example: How did Katniss impress the sponsors? By taking a bow. Homonymic puns use words that are both homographs and homophones; they’re spelled and sound the same, but have different meanings. Example: Why do cows wear bells? Their horns don’t work.

    2. New Classroom Routines This week I will be implementing the following new routines. • Weekly Work: any and all bellwork, practice, and other classwork that is not taken up. This is taken up each week and counts as a classwork grade (20%), but does not preclude other graded classwork assignments. Remember to head each entry in your Weekly Work with a date and title. • Class Participation: a participation grade (20%) will now be submitted every week for each student based on the rubric distributed. Please look over this rubric, as you are expected to perform accordingly. • Visual Cues: icons representing student expectations will be provided throughout class. = Don’t talk. = Raise hand to speak. = Write. =Speak openly. = Work together quietly.

    3. While we’re on the subject… Some of us need to be reminded of a few classroom policies and expectations. • Do NOT eat or drink in my classroom. • Do NOT put your head down, EVEN if you aren’t asleep.

    4. 3. Don’t use electronic devices without explicit permission. 4. Stay focused and track the speaker, whoever it may be. Failure to meet these expectations will result in consequences.

    5. Do Now Identify the type of pun below. Homophonic pun, Homographic pun, or Homonymic pun 1.

    6. Do Now Identify the type of pun below. Homophonic pun, Homographic pun, or Homonymic pun 2.

    7. Do Now Identify the type of pun below. Homophonic pun, Homographic pun, or Homonymic pun 3.

    8. Do Now Identify the type of pun below. Homophonic pun, Homographic pun, or Homonymic pun 4.

    9. Do Now Identify the type of pun below. Homophonic pun, Homographic pun, or Homonymic pun 5.

    10. English III Honors Clear your desk of everything except a pen or pencil for a quiz on The Great Gatsby. Remember to write your name and today’s date on the quiz. When you’re finished, turn it face down.

    11. Do Now Identify the type of pun below. Homophonic pun, Homographic pun, or Homonymic pun 1.

    12. Do Now Identify the type of pun below. Homophonic pun, Homographic pun, or Homonymic pun 2.

    13. Do Now Identify the type of pun below. Homophonic pun, Homographic pun, or Homonymic pun 3.

    14. Do Now Identify the type of pun below. Homophonic pun, Homographic pun, or Homonymic pun 4.

    15. Do Now Identify the type of pun below. Homophonic pun, Homographic pun, or Homonymic pun 5.

    16. Do Now Correct the following sentences. • The sugar cane was used to beat them for example, when Charlie was being attacked by Beau, and Beau picked up a stalk of sugar cane to hit Charlie. • If they didn’t have their own stories they wouldn’t be so inspired to stand up and they probably wouldn’t have stayed throughout the whole time. • Some of the students working in Professor Espinoza's laboratory last semester.

    17. Pre-AP • Move into your Home group (color group) at this time and take out your subterranean questions. • As a group, share and discuss each member’s subterranean questions and collaborate to select the best question within your group. Do NOT answer the question you choose. • Now, each group will trade their selected subterranean question with another group and then collaborate to answer their new question. • Each group MUST include textual evidence in their answer.

    18. Pre-AP Clear your desk of everything except a pen or pencil and a sheet of paper for a quiz on A Gathering of Old Men. Remember to write your name, today’s date, “Gathering quiz”, and class period on your paper. When you’re finished, turn your paper face down.

    19. Do Now Identify the type of pun below. Homophonic pun, Homographic pun, or Homonymic pun • Did you hear about the guy whose whole left side was cut off? He's all right now. • Need an ark to save two of every animal? I Noah guy. • Yesterday I accidentally swallowed some food coloring. The doctor says I'm OK, but I feel like I've dyed a little inside. • The magician got so mad he pulled his hare out. • Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana.

    20. English II • Open your textbook to “Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket” on page 118. • As we read, I want everyone to read aloud simultaneously. • If you refuse to participate, you will receive a 0 in participation for the day. • If you pretend to read, you will be singled out and be made to read aloud to the class by yourself. • Follow my lead as reader, but I will occasionally stop to hear the class without me. • We will stop occasionally to discuss literary elements. As we do so, you need to participate in the discussion and take notes.

    21. Pre-AP and Eng III Honors • Move into your Expert group (number group) at this time. • Each group will receive an assignment on a different aspect of the novel (plot, characters, settings, symbols etc.). Collaborate to complete this assignment thoroughly. • After this part of the activity, students will return to their Home groups where each member will present the conclusions made in their Expert group.

    22. Pre-AP and Eng III Honors • Back in Home Groups, each member must present the insights and conclusions discussed in each Expert Group (12 minutes). • Your Home Group needs to absorb this information and brainstorm to compose a complex thesis statement, synthesizing the presented ideas into an overall thematic lesson from the text (5 minutes). • ...wut? • Now, let’s have a hand’s free, whole-group discussion about these ideas. Let’s circle up and use “accountable talk.”