Nov. 4/5 - "If" by Kipling. You submitted the CSET response to the Lesson Question: How does Kipling use familiar poetic devices to develop his theme about manhood?
Start where the Bellringer is for Nov. 4/5. The blank handout for the assignment is under the Oct 30/31 date. A copy of some notations from period 4 is available here.
Nov. 6/7 - your unit end projects are DUE today!! (Nov. 6 - odd periods: 1,3,5; Nov 7. - even periods 4,6) You have one week to submit a project late. After one week, I will not accept them for any reason.
Today's lesson will be about rites of passages and developing claims.
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Nov 8/12 - Unit 2 launch activities - Knowing the world.
The Bellringer was: Explain the purpose of the Tie-in for a CSET - these were submitted.
Nov. 13/14- "The Possibility of Evil" by Shirley Jackson page 186 in Blue textbook - word choice and characterization to develop perspective and develop theme. We didn't read the entire story today.
Below is a pdf for the story. Look what you can search the internet for and find!
Nov. 15/18 - finishing "The Possibility of Evil" - you'll finish the story and submit the LEQ response by the end of class - see the ppt for the steps to help you. The two handouts are also below.
Nov. 19/20 - we will finish "The Possibility of Evil" lesson when I am back in the classroom on Nov. 20 and Nov. 21. We will begin reading the next story to keep the classes moving forward. I am in professional development on Nov. 18 and 19, but the class keeps moving forward - you NEVER EVER get a free day or a "day off" in my class. EVER.
Period 8 and 4 - you have due on Friday the work from "The Possibility of Evil" Turn in the whole packet including your CSET response. You need to have sections I, II, and III read in "A Rose for Emily" and questions 1-9 completed when you walk through the door on Friday for class.