Agenda 11/2/2018

 

Bell work:  IA Notebook.  Turn to pages 46 and 47

Homework:  Complete your bubble maps.  Late Twitter pages.  Late reading logs.

Classwork:

  • Finish reading The Diary of Anne Frank.

  • Use remainder of class time to complete your bubble maps today

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Agenda 11/1/2018

Bell work:  IA Notebook.  Turn to pages 46 and 47

Homework:  One more day to complete bubble maps.  Late Twitter pages.  Late reading logs.

Classwork:  Continue reading The Diary of Anne Frank.

  • Change parts if necessary

  • Complete your bubble maps as much as possible

Agenda 10/31/2018

Twitter Template

Bell Work: Number IA Notebook to page 55.  be sure your FAKE Twitter or Instagram ready for grading.  Review the bubble maps you’ve created on pages 46 and 47.

Homework: Late reading logs.  Missed pages of Anne Frank you must catch up on.  Late Twitter and Instagram pages.

Classwork: PERIODS 5 AND 7:

  • Begin Act II on page 325

  • Add to bubble maps on pages 46 and 47

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  • Glue Twitter or Instagram onto page 49

  • Glue blank printer paper to top of page 51

  • Re-number your pages

  • Begin Act II on page 325

  • Add to bubble maps on pages 46 and 47

Agenda 10/30/2018

Twitter Template

Bell Work: Review the bubble maps you’ve made for both the setting and characters in Act 1 of The Diary of Anne Frank.

Homework: Late reading logs.  Missed pages to be read.

Classwork:

  • Using the evidence you’ve gathered in your bubble maps, answer the following questions:

  • What inferences can be made about your characters?

  • If social media existed back then, what types of information might your character have on their profile?

  • Create a social media page (Twitter, Instagram account) for the other character you chose (page 47).

  • Your page should include details about the characters’

  • Physical appearance

  • Thoughts/feelings

  • Actions

  • Dialogue

  • Your page should portray the character’s relationship with the other characters in the play. One way to do this is through the functions of the social media site – likes, comments, share/retweets, etc..

  • Your page should also include a profile picture, friends/followers section, and brief bio.

  • Your page should be detailed and accurately portray the character as he or she is portrayed in the play.

  • Your page should be neat, colorful, and reflect pride in your work.

  • Find a classmate who chose the same character as you and answer the following questions:

  • How do your profiles differ?

  • What evidence from the text suggests that the inferences you made about your character is the correct version of your character?

  • Using BYOT, compare your profile picture to an actual picture of your character.

  • Using your social media page, introduce your character to the class.

  • Reflect on today’s activity.

  • Which character(s) were better developed by the playwrights? How?

  • How does the format of Anne’s story affect the readers’ understanding of the characters in the play?

  • How could the playwrights have better portrayed the characters? What information could they have provided?

Agenda 10/29/2018

Bell work:  Retrieve your IA Notebook. Turn to page 48 and write this questions- Why is it important today’s students understand what happened during The Holocaust?  Now answer the question to the best of your ability using the RACE strategy.  Great time to paraphrase unless you want to get the book out or you can use your evidence on pages 46 and 47.

Homework:  Reading logs are due tomorrow.  Final day to turn in reading log from last Tuesday.  Read pages you missed if absent last week.

Classwork:

  • Share answers to question/  topic

  • Watch news story

  • Add another paragraph to your writing

  • Create Twitter or Instagram page on your 2nd character (page 47)

  • YOU MAY NOT CREATE A PAGE ON ANNE!!!!!

Agenda 10/26/2018

Read “The Diary of Anne Frank” here

Bell work:  Get your IA Notebook and to add to your two bubble maps- pages 46 & 47.  Document homework in your planner.

Homework:  Late reading logs.  Begin outside reading due next Tuesday.  Catch up on The Diary of Anne Frank if you are behind.

Class work:

  1. Glue the following into your notebook:

  • 36- Marigold’s Quiz HING FOLD OVER FLEE MAP

  • 38- Is 16 Too Young to Drive test and written response- HING FOLD BOTH ONTO WALTER PAGE

  • 45- Holocaust Project Rubric

  • MOVIE CLIP  WHEN WE ARE DONE GLUING

  1. First bubble map is on Anne Frank.  Continue to fill in this bubble map until you run out of room.  Not so much what she looks like but how does she act?  How does the author use her character to move the play along?

  2. Second map is for a character of your choice-Suggestions are Mr. Frank, Mr. Van Dann, Mrs. Frank or Mrs. Van Dann.  You will have trouble completing a bubble map on the other characters.

  3. Watch clip of movie today to see the family celebrate Hanukkah.

Agenda 10/24/2018

Read “The Diary of Anne Frank” here

Bell work:  Get your IA Notebook and be prepared to add to your two bubble maps- pages 46 & 47.  Document homework in your planner.

Homework:  Late reading logs.  Begin outside reading due next Tuesday.  Catch up on The Diary of Anne Frank if you are behind.

Class work:

On page 43 tally the number of projects you listened to.  (Total between 43 and 44.)

  1. First bubble map is for Anne Frank.  Her name goes in the middle.  Continue to fill in this bubble map until you run out of room.  Not so much what she looks like but how does she act?  How does the author use her character to move the play along?

  2. Second map is for a character of your choice- you much choose TODAY!  Suggestions are Mr. Frank, Mr. Van Dann, Mrs. Frank or Mrs. Van Dann.  You will have trouble completing a bubble map on the other characters.

  3. Turn to page 280.  Select new readers if needed.