2/25 A Day -- 2/26 B Day
Reflections on Group Discussion: Write at least one well developed paragraph evaluating the discussion of your group. What specifically did you discuss? (choose one of the areas II – IV ) Identify the area of discussion before you post your response. What worked? What didn’t work? What will you try to do better in your next discussion? How might you make this positive change work? - POST THIS REFLECTION ON EDMODO BEFORE NEXT BOOK CLUB ( See date above -- posting date) ******
2/3- 2/4 -- ASSIGNMENT -- COMPLETE SYNTHESIS OUTLINE FOR CURRENT ISSUES TOPIC
SYNTHESIS TIMED WRITING -- TEST GRADE IN CLASS 2/5-2/6
2/11 - 2/12 - TEST POETRY - TERMINOLOGY AND POETS STUDIED IN CLASS
1. alliteration, allusion, anaphora, apostrophe, cadence, extended metaphor, free verse, hyperbole, idyll, imagery,metaphor, onomatopoeia, parallelism, personification, repetition, rhyme, rhyme scheme, simile, stanza, sonnet
2/18- 2/25 - SPEECHES PRESENTED IN CLASS --1st grade of 5th 6 weeks
REALISM SHORT STORIES AND NOVELS --
BOOKS IN CLASS FOR BOOK CLUB 2/13 - A DAY---2/14 B DAY
1. From Narrative of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave by Frederick Douglas p 424 (copies available)
Book THE NARRATIVE OF THE LIFE OF FREDERICK DOUGLAS (copies for use by groups).
2. “A Pair of Silk Stockings” by Kate Chopin p 435
BOOK THE AWAKENING
3. “A Mystery of Heroism” by Stephen Crane p 484
BOOK THE RED BADGE OF COURAGE
4. “To Build a Fire” by Jack London p 495
BOOK THE CALL OF THE WILD
5. “A Wagner Matinee” by Willa Cather p 538
BOOK MY ANTONIA (copies for use by groups)
6. “April Showers” Edith Wharton – Orange Book- p 820
BOOK ETHAN FROME (copies for use by groups)
Write analysis essay of Dickens passage – Highlight- annotate – outline Due next class - quiz grade – Annotate article using responses to questions
JANYARY 9/10 --Using the Library Resources page find a critical article dealing with your poem or poet -- print article- be sure you have included the citation information. (1) Read the article - (2) higlhight and annotate - (3) Make notes on a separate page on information you can use in your presentation or - oral or visual
JANUARY 7/8 - ASSIGNMENT
USE THE POEM YOU SELECTED BY LOTTERY -- TAKE NOTES ON POET , BACKGROUND AND OTHER CONNECTIONS AND TERMINOLOGY MENTIONED IN INTRODUCTION TO THE POEM - COMPLETE THE THE TP-CASTT work sheet
TIMED WRITING NEXT CLASS - QUIZ GRADE
PROJECT WORK IN LAB 13/14 and 1/15-1/16 -- Presentations begin 1/17 - 1/21-- TEST GRADE
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CHECK FOR CODE FOR CLASS IN CLASS ROOM.
For students to access:
SBISD website> For Students> Educational Technology> Learning Resources> Turnitin.com
Log on only with SBISD user name and password. Click on Class and assignment’s name is seen. When student’s assignment is complete, he/she must save it with a .pdf extension or as a Microsoft Word document. From Turnitin, use Single File Upload and see teacher name. Enter the document’s title, find document to attach and Upload.
Turnitin has excellent video tutorials. Access them via the Help tab at top of screen.
Please turn in a paper copy with students name(s )on it (if you worked with a partner) .
Class ID password
Using the Library Resources page find a critical article dealing with your poem or poet -- print article- be sure you have included the citation information. (1) Read the article - (2) highlight and annotate - (3) Make notes on a separate page on information you can use in your presentation - oral or visual
· PREPARING FOR SPEECH – SEE RUBRIC – Typed copy due class- Rhetorical Devices Sheet- Highlighting (Formatting sheet in documents below)
· PRESENTATION DATES – TURN printed speech to turnitin.com A – day 2/17 --B day 2/18 - Printed speech with highlighting and annotation and work cited page --due A 2/18 – B 2/19
***Turnitin directions below