Agenda 1/13/2017

Bell work:  Obtain your IA Notebook, page 386 in your textbook, TP-CASTT on page 82.

Classwork- COMPLETE YOUR ESSAY (82-83)  USING THE TIMING PROMPTS….

    1. Note:  This should already be completed.   If not, complete your analysis of “There But for the Grace” (p. 386 in your textbook) by completing the TP-CASTT strategy on page 81 in your interactive notebook. 
    2. UnPAC the prompt for your Performance Task on page 82 in your interactive notebook.
      • Explain how the author’s use of figurative language affects the message of the poem. Make sure your analysis includes a definition of each literary term discussed, examples of each term, and an explanation of how the author’s use of the literary terms affects your understanding of the Holocaust.
      • PROMPT- Analyze “There But for the Grace,” for its use of figurative language (examples: repetition, alliteration, consonance, rhythm)   theme, and tone.   These are your three body paragraphs.  🙂
    3. Timed Writing Exercise: You have 7 minutes to write your 2nd body paragraph on page 82 in your interactive notebook. Go on to page 83 when needed.   (Hinge fold more paper if a 3rd page is required.
    4. Listen for timing of the remaining paragrahs ( 7 minute per body paragraph; 5 minutes for the introduction; 5 minutes for the conclusion).
    5. IDENTIFY your best body paragraph!

Homework

  1. Work on your optional summative assignment (due January 17th).
    • NO LATE POSTERS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
  2.  Work on your optional formative assignment (due January 19th).
    • Create a flyer or mini poster that can be displayed in the hallways to advertise our school’s activities for Celebrate Literacy Week.
    • Your flyer or mini poster must include the dates, each day’s activity, and the theme.
    • Your flyer or mini poster should be visually pleasing (lots of color and visuals) and can be hand-drawn or computer-generated.
    • NO LATE FLYERS OR MINI POSTERS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
  3. Study the list for the school spelling bee.

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