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December 3-7

Monday, December 3rd

Goal: Draft two leads for a narrative, using two different methods.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-The Importance of an Effective Lead - notes, examples, draft two leads from brainstorming list using two different methods

 

Tuesday, December 4th

Goal: Correctly punctuate dialogue and vary tags.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Check narrative leads

-Partners: share one lead, other partner names the type of lead used

-Dialogue notes & punctuation practice/tag revision

 

Wednesday, December 5th

Goal: Write descriptive details that shows rather than tell.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Show, don’t tell packet

 

Thursday, December 6th

Goal: Evaluate example narratives using the rubric.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up

-Check show, don’t tell packet

-Packet - personal narrative examples

Friday, December 7th

Goal: Write a rough draft of your personal narrative.

Agenda:

-Silent reading

-Warm-up quiz

-Handout - tips for drafting your personal narrative

-Work time

 

November 26 - 30

Monday, November 26th

Snow day!

 

Tuesday, November 27th

-Warm-up (this week's topic = action & state of being verbs)

-Library: book speed dating activity & get new genre project book (project will be a book talk)

Wednesday, November 28th

Goal: Annotate article and answer questions, citing textual evidence.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Worksheet: “Hunting is Not Those Heads on the Wall”

    -Annotate article

    -Answer questions 1-4

 

Thursday, November 29th

Goal: Use the characteristics of a personal narrative to brainstorm topics.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Check/review homework

-Personal narrative notes

-Make brainstorming list (10 events)

 

Friday, November 30th

Goal: Write about a personal experience with focus.

Agenda:

-Silent reading

-Warm-up quiz

-Give one/get one with brainstorming ideas

-Focus notes & Maggy activity

-Choose brainstorming topic

    -Heads down/relive for 3 minutes

    -Freewrite for 10 minutes

 

 

November 19 - 23

Monday, November 19th

Goal: Analyze how a modern work draws from traditional stories and renders it new.

Agenda:

-Collect genre project

-Distribute handout: Ode to Mulan

-Begin watching Mulan

 

Tuesday, November 20th

Goal: Analyze how a modern work draws from traditional stories and renders it new.

Agenda:

-Finish watching Mulan

-Finish handout: Ode to Mulan (due at end of hour)

 

Wednesday, November 21st

No school
 

Thursday, November 22nd

No school

 

Friday, November 23rd

No school

November 12-16

Monday, November 12th

Goal: Explain, analyze, and perform poetry.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Poem presentations

 

Tuesday, November 13th

Goal: Review vocabulary and major concepts from poetry unit.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Finish poetry presentations

-Start poetry test review sheet (test on Friday)

 

Wednesday, November 14th

Goal: Review vocabulary and major concepts from poetry unit.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Do poetry test review sheet

 

Thursday, November 15th

Goal: Review vocabulary and major concepts from poetry unit.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Finish & go over test review sheet

-Quizlet review: https://quizlet.com/_3zxxwf

 

Friday, November 16th

Goal: Demonstrate knowledge of poetic techniques and analysis.

Agenda:

-Quiet study

-Poetry unit test

 

REMINDER - Genre project #2 due on Monday!  

 

November 5-9

Monday, November 5th

Goal: Identify poetic devices and interpret poetry.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up

-Poem project:

      -Tips for poem readings & demo Soundcloud

     -Computers: group work time

 

Tuesday, November 6th

Field trip to the Museum of African American History

 

Wednesday, November 7th

Goal: Explain, analyze, and perform poetry.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Poetry project work time

 

Thursday, November 8th

Goal: Explain, analyze, and perform poetry.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Poetry project work time

 

Friday, November 9th

Goal: Explain, analyze, and perform poetry.

Agenda:

-Silent reading

-Warm-up quiz

-Poetry project work time: finish project, print notes handout, and practice presentation

-Poetry test review sheet available to those who want it early (test on Thursday)

Genre Project: Five-Section Report Examples

Click below to view exemplary work from a past student.

Standard Report - Fantasy

Specialized Report - Graphic Novel

Specialized Report - Short Story

October 29 - November 2

Monday, October 29th

Goal: Learn the content and MLA requirements of the genre project report.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up (this week’s topic = nouns/showing possession)

-Genre project halfway-check

-Five-section report: directions, student model, and MLA set-up

-Laptops: work on genre project

 

Tuesday, October 30th

Goal: Learn the content and MLA requirements of the genre project report.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Laptops: work on genre project

-Choose groups for poem presentations

 

Wednesday, October 31st - Happy Halloween!

Goal: Annotate text using active reading strategies.

Agenda:

-Silent reading

-Warm- up

-Annotate interactive reading of Poe’s “Tell-Tale Heart”. Must have at least 5 annotations in the story.  When finished, email to jacqueline.dorcy@ sbobet เล่นฟรี www.misetsuku.com by end of hour (do NOT print).

 

Thursday, November 1st

Goal: Identify poetic devices and interpret poetry.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up 

-Poem project: form groups, get poem, & do written chart

 

Friday, November 2nd

Goal: Identify poetic devices and interpret poetry.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Poem project: 

     -Go over sbobet เล่นฟรีdirections

     -Demo: example project & PowerPoint/OneDrive

     -Computers: start PowerPoint (remember to share with group & Mrs. Dorcy)

 

October 22 - 26

Monday, October 22nd

Monday, October 30th

Goal: Write a personification poem.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up

-Collect lineation assignment

-Personification poem packet

 

Tuesday, October 23rd

Parent-teacher conferences (no new lesson - 4th, 5th, 6th hour catch up to morning classes)

 

Wednesday, October 24th

Goal: Use poetic techniques in a poem about family.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Share & turn in personification poems

-Write a family poem using five poetic devices

 

Thursday, October 25th

Goal: Write an open subject/open form poem.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Share family poem

-Write an open subject/open form poem

 

Friday, October 26th

Goal: Make polished draft of poem for writing portfolio.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up quiz

-Laptops: type & print poem, place in portfolio

-Choose groups for next week's poem presentation project

October 15-19

Monday, October 15th

Goal:  Assess prior knowledge of poetry unit learning objectives.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Poetry unit pretest

-Library - return/get new books

 

Tuesday, October 16th

Goal: Analyze speaker, tone, and theme in poetry.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Poetic techniques packet - day 1

 

Wednesday, October 17th

Goal: Analyze imagery and figurative language in poetry.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Check homework/share advice poem with partner

-Poetic techniques packet - day 2

 

Thursday, October 18th

Goal: Analyze sound devices in poetry

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Check homework

-Poetic techniques packet - day 3

 

Friday, October 19th

Goal: Analyze lineation in poetry

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Check homework

-Poetic techniques packet - day 4 - “The Line” & lineation investigation

 

Genre Project: Multimedia Poster Examples

October 8-12

Monday, October 8th

Goal: Analyze model of the multimedia poster genre project.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Begin genre project: read multimedia poster directions & look at teacher example

-Partners - create account & look at examples from last year

 

Tuesday, October 9th

Agenda: Summarize and analyze the genre of your novel by making a multimedia poster.

-Silent reading & warm up

-Partner work on genre project - multimedia poster

 

Wednesday, October 10th

Agenda: Summarize and analyze the genre of your novel by making a multimedia poster.

-Silent reading & warm- up

-Partner work on multimedia poster

 

Thursday, October 11th

Agenda: Summarize and analyze the genre of your novel by making a multimedia poster.

-Silent reading & warm up

-Demonstrate MLA citation on easybib.com

-Demonstrate how to turn in - via link on Google form

-Partner work on multimedia poster

 

Friday, October 12th

Agenda: Summarize and analyze the genre of your novel by making a multimedia poster.

Agenda:

-Silent reading

-Warm-up quiz

-Partner work on glog - due by end of hour

 

October 1-5

Monday, October 1st

Goal: Analyze differences in the Ransom of Red Chief story and movie.

Agenda:

-Silent reading

-Warm-up quiz (this week’s topic = principal/principle)

-Continue watching “Ransom of Red Chief” & working on Venn diagram on viewing activity

-Get test review sheet for Thursday's short story unit test

 

Tuesday, October 2nd

Goal: Diagram the plot of “The King of Mazy May”.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up

-Notes - copy pg. 2 of short story plot & conflict notes

-Read “The King of Mazy May” pg. 148 & begin plot diagram

 

Wednesday, October 3rd

Goal: Diagram the plot of “The King of Mazy May”.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up

-Finish “The King of Mazy May” pg. 148 & plot diagram - due by end of hour

 

Thursday, October 4th

Goal: Review vocabulary and major concepts.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Test review sheet

-Student pairs play Jeopardy

 

Friday, October 5th

Goal: Demonstrate knowledge of vocabulary, reading strategies, and literary elements.

Agenda:

-Warm up quiz

-Collect review sheets

-Test

 

September 24-28

Monday, September 24th

Goal: Demonstrate understanding of “The Ransom of Red Chief”.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up (this week’s topic = capital/capitol)

-Read “The Ransom of Red Chief” pg. 71

-Complete reading quiz & scan by end of hour

 

Tuesday, September 25th

Goal: Identify setting, theme, and conflict in a short story.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up

-Notes - pg. 1 of short story plot & conflict notes

-Start sbobet เล่นฟรีworksheet for “The Ransom of Red Chief” - setting/theme/conflict

 

Wednesday, September 26th

Goal: Identify setting, theme, and conflict in a short story.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up

 

-Finish worksheet for “The Ransom of Red Chief” - setting/theme/conflict

 

 

Thursday, September 27th

Goal: Analyze differences in the Ransom of Red Chief story and movie.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up

-Begin watching “Ransom of Red Chief” & start viewing activity

 

Friday, September 28th

Goal: Analyze differences in the Ransom of Red Chief story and movie.

Agenda:

-Silent reading

-Warm-up quiz

-Continue watching “Ransom of Red Chief” & working on Venn diagram on viewing activity

September 17 - 21

Monday, September 17th

Goal: Define and map vocabulary from “Checkouts”.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up (this week’s topic = affect/effect)

-Take the Aimsweb MAZE

-Vocabulary boxes for “Checkouts” (finish as homework if needed)

 

Tuesday, September 18th

Goal: Define the methods of characterization.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up

-Characterization notes

-Read “Checkouts” pg. 29, complete reading quiz, scan before leaving

 

Wednesday, September 19th

Goal: Use methods of characterization in writing narrative text.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up

-Characterization worksheet - in pairs, then discuss together

-Alternate ending writing prompt

 

Thursday, September 20th

Goal: Define and map vocabulary from “The Ransom of Red Chief” and “The King of Mazy May”.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up

-Begin vocab boxes for “The Ransom of Red Chief” and “The King of Mazy May”

 

Friday, September 21st

Goal:  Define and map vocabulary from “The Ransom of Red Chief” and “The King of Mazy May”.

Agenda:

-Silent reading

-Warm up quiz

-Finish vocab boxes for “The Ransom of Red Chief” and “The King of Mazy May”

September 10-14

Monday, September 10th

Goal: Define active reading strategies.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm-up (this week’s topic = there/their/they’re)

-Materials check

-Poem: share with partner & begin portfolio

-Notes on active reading strategies

 

Tuesday, September 11th

Goal: Identify and apply active reading strategies.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up

-Genre project halfway check

-Active reading strategies:

    -Unpacking writing prompt (journal): why we use active reading strategies/name all 5

    -Do chart on back of yesterday's notes with genre project novel

 

Wednesday, September 12th

Goal: Use text annotations to actively read informational text.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up

-Collect reading strategies chart

-Go over annotation guide, annotate “Your Brain on Fiction”, and write summary

 

Thursday, September 13th

Goal: Use knowledge of active reading strategies to make a poster.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up

-Compare "Your Brain on Fiction" summary to model, list similarities/differences, collect assignment

-Begin active reading strategies poster - due tomorrow @ end of hour

 

Friday, September 14th

Goal: Correctly use there, their, and they’re.

Agenda:

-Silent reading

-Warm-up quiz

-Finish active reading strategy poster & turn in by end of hour

September 3-7

Monday, September 3rd

No school

 

Tuesday, September 4th

Goal: Define motif and use in a “Where I’m From” poem.

Agenda:

Goal: Define motif and use in a “Where I’m From” poem.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up (this week’s topic = your/you’re)

-Define motif & introduce “Where I’m From” poems - complete worksheet

 

Wednesday, September 5th

Goal: Use motif in a “Where I’m From” poem.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up

-Draft “Where I’m From” poem

 

Thursday, September 6th

Goal: Type final draft of “Where I’m From” poem.

Agenda:

-Silent reading & warm up

-Demo logging into OneDrive & make new Word document

-Set up MLA format & begin typing ”Where I’m From” poem

 

Friday, September 7th

Goal: Type final draft of “Where I’m From” poem.

Agenda:

-Silent reading

-Warm-up quiz

-Finish typing & print “Where I’m From” poem

-Distribute textbooks & scan in library

-Begin portfolio

-Distribute textbooks & scan in library

-Book condition forms

 

August 28-31

Tuesday, August 28th

Goal: Learn classroom guidelines and procedures.

Agenda:

-Welcome!

-Go over syllabus *signed slip due by Friday

-Begin 20 questions interviews

 

Wednesday, August 30th

Goal: Get to know your classmates.

Agenda:

-Collect signed slips

-Room tour

-Partners select genre preferences for first genre project (multimedia poster)

-Finish 20 questions interviews & turn in

 

Thursday, September 7th

Goal: Complete library orientation and obtain reading novel.

Agenda:

-Collect signed slips (last day)

-Library orientation & get genre project book

-Silent reading

 

 

Friday, September 8th

No school

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