Agenda 10/19/2016

Bell work:  Get your IA notebook, test corrections, and a pen.

Classwork:

  • Today you will finish the DIA if you did not have two days of class time

  • Or, you had your two days of class time and have a few more test corrections to complete

  • MUST include a RACE paragraph

  • Homework:  Get a ride and be here by 7:45 A.M. if you want to do more test corrections and improve your grade for the 1st 9 weeks.  🙂

PERIOD THREE ONLY:

Bell Work

  1. Pick a new seat without leaving gaps, none in back row, and sit. This is your new assigned seat.

  2. Unpack Unit 2 by gluing in the green handout onto page ? in your interactive notebook.

  3. Get the VLT Self-Assessment (foldable) checked on page ? in your interactive notebook.

Class Work

  1. Create a foldable with 8 flaps (two columns, 4 flaps each) defining the following words:

    • Narrator: the voice telling the story

    • Point of View: the view or perspective from which the narrator tells events

    • 1st Person: the narrator is a character in the story

    • 3rd Person: when the narrator is an outside voice, not a character in the story

    • Omniscient: when the narrator is “all-knowing,” or knows everything about the characters and the story events

    • 3rd Person Limited: the narrator tells what only one character thinks, feels, and observes

    • Irony: a special kind of contrast in which reality is the opposite of what it seems

    • Dramatic irony: when the reader knows something that a story character does not

  2. Read the excerpt “from The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” starting on page 395 of your Collections textbook.

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