Agenda 5/25/2018

Bell work:  Get your portfolio if you are presenting today.  Corral your BATHROOM PASSES, be sure your name is on the first line, and get ready to turn them in for extra credit.

Homework: None

Classwork:

  • Presentations for those students who had previously signed up to do so.

  • Be sure to discuss with the class the horror elements your project covers and how.

  • Discuss what your project reveals regarding Dr. J and Mr. Hyde.

Period 7:

Bell work:  Get your portfolio and determine which portfolio assignments you are missing or if it is ready for me to grade.

Classwork:

  • Frayer models (Frankenstein and Dr. J) You should have two (2) sets of vocab

  • Pick another chapter on which to complete a character chart.  Use your own paper this time.  Again, you should have two character charts. One for chapters 1-7 and the other for chapters 8-10

  • Choose 2 more activities (total of 4) Two from last week and chapters 1-7 and two more from chapters 8-10.

  • Culminating activity- One from last week and the second one where you pretend you are Dr. Jekyll.  Total of two culminating activities.  (See blue paper for further directions.)

 

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Agenda 5/23/2018

Bell work:  Get your portfolio if you are presenting today.

Homework: None

Classwork:

  • Presentations for those students who had previously signed up to do so.

  • Be sure to discuss with the class the horror elements your project covers and how.

  • Discuss what your project reveals regarding Dr. J and Mr. Hyde.

Period 7:

Bell work:  Get your portfolio and determine which portfolio assignments you are missing or if it is ready for me to grade.

Classwork:

  • Frayer models (Frankenstein and Dr. J) You should have two (2) sets of vocab

  • Pick another chapter on which to complete a character chart.  Use your own paper this time.  Again, you should have two character charts. One for chapters 1-7 and the other for chapters 8-10

  • Choose 2 more activities (total of 4) Two from last week and chapters 1-7 and two more from chapters 8-10.

  • Culminating activity- One from last week and the second one where you pretend you are Dr. Jekyll.  Total of two culminating activities.  (See blue paper for further directions.)

 

Agenda 5/22/2018

Bell work:  Get your copy of Dr. J and Mr. H back  to remove your annotations (sticky notes). Books will then be collected again.

Homework: None

Classwork:

  • Presentations for those students who had previously signed up to do so.

  • Be sure to discuss with the class the horror elements your project covers and how.

  • Discuss what your project reveals regarding Dr. J and Mr. Hyde.

Period 7:

Bell work:  Get your portfolio and determine which portfolio assignments you are missing.

Classwork:

  • Frayer models (Frankenstein and Dr. J) You should have two (2) sets of vocab

  • Pick another chapter on which to complete a character chart.  Use your own paper this time.  Again, you should have two character charts. One for chapters 1-7 and the other for chapters 8-10

  • Choose 2 more activities (total of 4) Two from last week and chapters 1-7 and two more from chapters 8-10.

  • Culminating activity- One from last week and the second one where you pretend you are Dr. Jekyll.  Total of two culminating activities.  (See blue paper for further directions.)

 

Agenda 5/21/2018

 

Bell work:  Get your copy of Dr. J and Mr. H back  to remove your annotations (sticky notes). Books will then be collected again.

Homework: None

Classwork:

  • Presentations for those students who had previously signed up to do so.

  • Be sure to discuss with the class the horror elements your project covers and how.

  • Discuss what your project reveals regarding Dr. J and Mr. Hyde.

Period 7:

Bell work:  Get your portfolio and determine which portfolio assignments you are missing.

Classwork:

  • Frayer models (Frankenstein and Dr. J) You should have two (2) sets of vocab

  • Pick another chapter on which to complete a character chart.  Use your own paper this time.  Again, you should have two character charts. One for chapters 1-7 and the other for chapters 8-10

  • Choose 2 more activities (total of 4) Two from last week and chapters 1-7 and two more from chapters 8-10.

  • Culminating activity- One from last week and the second one where you pretend you are Dr. Jekyll.  Total of two culminating activities.  (See blue paper for further directions.)

 

Agenda 5/17/2018

Print your own copy of Character Chart

Check Part II Portfolio requirements here– The Thrill of Horror Portfolio part 2 (1)

Listen to book here- click

Bell work:  Locate your portfolio and copy of book.  Review portfolio requirements preparing to choose your option.

Homework:  Finalize your CREATIVE culminating activity.  Book and its annotations are due on Monday.  late credit will not be provided.

Classwork:

  • Take quiz

  • New tab or sticky note to differentiate Part II work.  Frankenstein vocab goes in Frankenstein section.  Be sure to update your Table of Contents.

  • Put assignments in order

  • Enter blank piece of paper which states “I am signed up for a Creative Culminating Activity on _________enter your date here_______.

  • Move blue Horror Genre rubric to first page in portfolio, followed by UPDATED table of contents.  Which option is your best?

Agenda 5/16/2018

 

Print your own copy of Character Chart

Check Part II Portfolio requirements here– The Thrill of Horror Portfolio part 2 (1)

Listen to book here- click

Bell work:  Locate your portfolio and copy of book.

Homework:  Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde- continue to read 2nd half of book and 2nd column of assignments due tomorrow!    Finalize your CREATIVE culminating activity.

Classwork:

  • Creative culminating activity sign-up sheet will go around.  Take advantage of this extra-credit opportunity and chance to get even more creative than what is afforded you on the assignment sheet.

  • New tab or sticky note to differentiate Part II work.  Frankenstein vocab goes in Frankenstein section.  Be sure to update your Table of Contents.

  • Read book

  • Work on corresponding assignments as you read or after finishing the book.