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2/27 English II Agenda TSW develop their use a syntax (sentence structure) and vocabulary by completing different sentence style and infusing vocabulary words. TSW use direct the indirect references to complete a graphic organizer for chp. 14 of Miss. Trial in order to analyze the trial scene.

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    1. 2/27 English II AgendaTSW develop their use a syntax (sentence structure) and vocabulary by completing different sentence style and infusing vocabulary words. TSW use direct the indirect references to complete a graphic organizer for chp. 14 of Miss. Trial in order to analyze the trial scene. Focus: Sentence Structure Rubric (Handout): Create samples sentences for both 1 and 2, and utilize a vocabulary word in each sentence. Activities: 1. Class: Read and discuss chapter 14 (Trial scene) – work on graphic organizer. Closing: Independent reading time.

    2. Create samples sentences for both 1 and 2, and utilize a vocabulary word in each sentence. Compound Sent.: By the end of the novel, Mississippi Trial, 1955, Hiram Hillburn realizes his father’s ideas on race are correct, and he denounces the racist belief’s of his grand father, Earl Hillburn. Prepositional Phrase - Tells when something happened or will happen: During the events surrounding the kidnapping and murder of Emmett Till, many Southerners use Northerners and the NAACP as scapegoats to blame all of their race problems on.

    3. 2/28 English II AgendaTSW develop their use a syntax (sentence structure) and vocabulary by completing different sentence style and infusing vocabulary words. TSW use direct the indirect references to complete a graphic organizer for chp. 14 of Miss. Trial in order to create a verdict for the trial. Focus: Sentence Structure Rubric (Handout): Create samples sentences for both 3 and 4, and utilize a vocabulary word in each sentence. Activities: 1. Class: Review graphic organizer for the trial scene (chp. 14) – Read and discuss chapter 15. 2. Groups: Write your own verdict and punishment for Bryant and Milam, based on the evidence from the chapter (about 2 paragraphs) Closing: Independent reading time.

    4. Create samples sentences for both 3 and 4, and utilize a vocabulary word in each sentence. Appositives.: Harlan Hillburn, Hiram’s father and Earl’s son, consistently has opinions that are contrary to his racist father, Earl, which causes their relationship to fall apart. Adding Adjectives after the Noun to be modified: Making the transition from Mississippi, fertile and humid, to Arizona, hot and barren, was difficult for Hiram, and it made him even less likely to concede that his father may have had a good reason for moving the family.

    5. 2/29 English II AgendaTSW develop their use a syntax (sentence structure) and vocabulary by completing different sentence style and infusing vocabulary words. TSW read and analyze the conclusion of Mississippi Trial, 1955 in order to identify examples of character development. Focus: Sentence Structure Rubric (Handout): Create a samples sentence for number 5, and utilize a vocabulary word in the sentence. Activities: 1. Class: Review chapter 16, and read and discuss chapter 17 of Miss. Trial. 2. Individuals: Work on open-ended study guides. Closing: Independent reading time.

    6. Create a samples sentence for number 5, and utilize a vocabulary word in the sentence. Using dialogue/quote in a sentence: When Hiram describes Earl and Harlan’s relationship, he states that they, “…got along about as well as Hitler and Roosevelt.” (Crowe 2) He uses this analogy to show how volatile their relationship was. The reader learns that Harlan basically denounced everything that Earl stood for and believed in.

    7. 3/1 English II AgendaTSW utilize textual evidence to respond to open-ended responses for Mississippi Trial, 1955 in order to analyze the events of the novel and demonstrate proper open-ended response format. Focus: (Handout) Use your vocabulary words to complete each sentence. Activities: 1. Class: Review Mississippi Trial, 1955 character analysis essay requirements. 2. Individuals: Work on study guides and prewrite for essay Closing: Independent reading time.

    8. 3/2 English II AgendaTSW utilize textual evidence to respond to open-ended responses for Mississippi Trial, 1955 in order to analyze the events of the novel and demonstrate proper open-ended response format. Focus: Prepare for Vocabulary Chapter 7 Quiz Activities: 1. Individuals: Complete vocabulary chapter 7 quiz. 2. Individuals: Work on study guides and prewrite for essay Closing: Independent reading time.