Agenda 11/17/2017

7th period-

Bell work:  Secure your notebook.  Turn to page 61.  Title it Anne Frank Plot Diagram

Homework:  Re-read any parts of Anne Frank you missed or on which you require clarification.  Test covering the play is on the Monday after Thanksgiving Break.

Classwork:

  1. In your notebook draw a plot diagram on page 61 See sample.

  2. Number the boxes like the one you see on the board.  Be sure to do this before you cut the paper

  3. THEN, get scissors and cut apart all boxes

  4. Working with a partner discuss and decide in which order to arrange the boxes on your plot diagram on page 61.

  5. Document the order you have decided the boxes go in by listing the numbers somewhere on page 61.

  6. DO NOT GLUE UNTIL YOU GET THE CORRECT ANSWERS NEXT WEEK!

  7. What you don’t finish becomes homework.

Bell work:  Realize your IA notebook, quiz sheet, and a pen

Homework:  Re-read any parts of Anne Frank you missed or on which you require clarification. Test covering the play is on the Monday after Thanksgiving Break.

   Night-

     “One week later, as we returned from work . . . ”  (#6 due 11/20/2017)

After this weekend you have one more week to complete the reading of Night or by 11/27/2017.

Classwork:

  • Take quiz

  • Turn to page 345 and finish reading Diary of Anne Frank

  • Watch movie clip

 

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Agenda 11/16/2017

 

Period 7-  Secure your IA Notebook, turn to pages 59 and 60.

Homework:  Re-read any part of Anne Frank which you have missed or do not understand including pages 59 and 60.

Classwork:

  • Watch the scenes we read yesterday

  • Document your observations onto page 59 and 60

 

Bell work: Realize your IA Notebook and turn to page 62.

Homework:  Re-read any part of Anne Frank which you have missed or do not understand including pages 59 and 60.  PARENT SIGNATURE on page 61???  Read Night beginning with the preface, forward, and through the page which pauses at this line:

     “One day, when we had just returned from the warehouse, …” (#5) 11/17/2017

          “Everybody outside!” (#4) by 11/16/2017.

     “The beloved objects that we had carried…” (#3) by 11/15/2017.

     “Thus passed the year 1943.”  Be at least this far in the text by Monday 11/13/2017. (#1)

     “NIGHT.  No one was praying for the night to pass quickly” by Tuesday 11/14/2017.  Comprehension quiz is tomorrow through Monday’s reading.  (#2)

       You are encouraged to read ahead.

Classwork:

  • working with your partners you will be assigned a topic to research using your copy of Night and your analysis

  • You will answer your question and follow the format of RACE along with FSA rubric found on page 36.

  • avoid our past mistakes:

  • rhetorical questions

  • tired transitions of yesteryear

  • missing the topic

  • weak elaborations

  • multiple pieces of (lengthy) evidence with just one elaboration

  • using the info from the text as if it were your own

  • Your paragraph is due in 15 minutes

Agenda 11/15/2017

Period 7-  Secure your IA Notebook, turn to pages 59 and 60.

Homework:  Re-read any part of Anne Frank which you have missed or do not understand including pages 59 and 60.

Classwork:

  • Watch the scenes we read yesterday

  • Document your observations onto page 59 and 60

 

Bell work: Realize your IA Notebook and turn to page 62.  Title this page:  Night/ FSA Writing

Homework:  Re-read any part of Anne Frank which you have missed or do not understand including pages 59 and 60.  PARENT SIGNATURE on page 61???  Read Night beginning with the preface, forward, and through the page which pauses at this line:

     “Everybody outside!” (#4) by 11/16/2017.

     “The beloved objects that we had carried…” (#3) by 11/15/2017.

     “Thus passed the year 1943.”  Be at least this far in the text by Monday 11/13/2017. (#1)

     “NIGHT.  No one was praying for the night to pass quickly” by Tuesday 11/14/2017.  Comprehension quiz is tomorrow through Monday’s reading.  (#2)

       You are encouraged to read ahead.

Classwork:

  • working with your partners you will be assigned a topic to research using your copy of Night and your analysis

  • You will answer your question and follow the format of RACE along with FSA rubric found on page 36.

  • avoid our past mistakes:

  • rhetorical questions

  • tired transitions of yesteryear

  • missing the topic

  • weak elaborations

  • multiple pieces of (lengthy) evidence with just one elaboration

  • using the info from the text as if it were your own

Agenda 11/14/2017

7th period– Bell work- Obtain your Notebook and turn to pages 59 and 60.  Turn to page 334 in the play.

Homework:  Catch up on any part of Anne Frank  you have missed or want to re-read.  Catch up on pages 59 and 60 too.

Classwork:

  • Update pages 59 and 60

  • Follow along with our classroom readers

 

Bell work:   Realize your IA Notebook and turn to pages 59 and 60.  Act II and should complete the play before Thursday.  One sheet of notebook paper.  Divide it into quarters.  Number each box 1-5 skipping lines.  Pen only!

Homework:  Re-read any part of Anne Frank which you have missed or do not understand.  Read Night    beginning with the preface, forward, and through the page which pauses at this line:

 

     “The beloved objects that we had carried…” (#3) by 11/15/2017.

     “Thus passed the year 1943.”  Be at least this far in the text by Monday 11/13/2017. (#1)

     “NIGHT.  No one was praying for the night to pass quickly” by Tuesday 11/14/2017.  Comprehension quiz is tomorrow through Monday’s reading.  (#2)

       You are encouraged to read ahead.

Classwork:

  • Take quiz.  You will have just a few minutes to take the quiz.  Work efficiently.  if you have completed the readings, you should be fine.

  • Update pages 59 and 60

  • Follow along with our classroom readers

Agenda 11/13/2017

Bell work:   Realize your IA Notebook and turn to pages 59 and 60.  Act II therefore not as much time to fill in these two pages as last week.

Homework:  Re-read any part of Anne Frank which you have missed or do not understand.  Read Night    beginning with the preface, forward, and through the page which pauses at this line:

     Thus passed the year 1943.  Be at least this far in the text by Monday 11/13/2017.

     NIGHT.  No one was praying for the night to pass quickly by Tuesday 11/14/2017.  Comprehension quiz is tomorrow through Monday’s reading.

You are encouraged to read ahead.

Classwork:

  • Update pages 59 and 60

  • Follow along with our classroom readers

Agenda 11/9/2017

Bell work:   Realize your IA Notebook and turn to page 60.  Glue (hinge so it opens to the right or left) your signed Night assignment page to page 61.

Homework:  Re-read any part of Anne Frank which you have missed or do not understand.  Read Night beginning with the preface, forward, and through the page which pauses at this line:

     Thus passed the year 1943.  Be at least this far in the text by Monday 11/13/2017.  You are encouraged to read ahead.

Classwork:

  • Update pages 59 and 60

  • Follow along with our classroom readers

 

Agenda 11/8/2017

 

Bell work:  Secure your IA Notebook, handout by the door, and locate a pen.  (Period 7 is excluded from the following) Review handout on Night and register your book’s # on the sign out sheet coming around.  Let me know if you do not have access to sticky notes.  Do NOT use super-sticky ones.  These will rip the pages of the book.  Turn to page 59 and determine which additional character you will follow on page 60.  Your 2nd character choice is due today for all classes including period 7.

HomeworkSIGNATURE ON THIS HANDOUT IS DUE TOMORROW.  Re-read The Diary of Anne Frank beginning on page 280 to clarify any parts which may be unclear and to add to both pages 59 and 60.

Classwork:

  • Continue reading the play.  7th period = page 314.

  • All other classes continue starting on page 306.

  • Be sure to follow along with our readers

  • Be sure to document all dates important activities onto page 59

  • Determine who will be your second character and add him/ her to your bubble map ASAP