10/9/19 – 10/10/19 English 1CP and 1H Agendas

10/9/19

Break apart the essay outline and try to arrange in order while in groups.

Copy essay outline.

  1. Introduction (3-5 sentences)

Hook: Grab the reader’s attention with a quote, scenario, vivid description, etc. Must be related to your topic. (1-2 sentences)

Thesis statement: Simply and clearly state your position on the issue – ROADMAP of the entire essay (1 sentence)

  1. Body Paragraph One

Topic Sentence

Quote/Paraphrase Evidence
evidence with a citation – one sentence

Commentary – 2 sentences (analyze/explain)

Quote/Paraphrase Evidence
evidence with a citation – one sentence

Commentary – 2 sentences (analyze/explain)

Conclude

III.  Body Paragraph Two
Same as body paragraph 1

  1. Conclusion Summarize

restate your thesis statement and three arguments in different words

Make a closing statement. Tie your closing statement back to your opening hook.

10/10/19

Thesis Statement Discussion and Notes

Sentence frames and examples:

SENTENCE FRAMES FOR THESIS WRITING

EXPOSITORY:

(Statement about the topic), such as (specific details about the topic).

World War II has many causes, such as ______ and _______.

ANALYTICAL:

In (title)(author) examines (theme/idea) through ___________ and ____________.

In “The Most Dangerous Game,” the author examines irony through Rainsford’s actions and General Zaroff’s words.

ARGUMENTATIVE

After examining (topic), it is clear that (position/idea) because (reason 1) and (reason 2).

After examining the death penalty, it is clear that the death penalty must be abolished because it cruel and unusual punishment and there are wrongful convictions.

 

10/8/19-10/9/19 English 1CP Agendas

10/9/19

Finish Presentations

Silent Reading

Outline arranging exercise

I.  Introduction (3-5 sentences)

Hook: Grab the reader’s attention with a quote, scenario, vivid description, etc. Must be related to your topic. (1-2 sentences)

Thesis statement: Simply and clearly state your position on the issue – ROADMAP of the entire essay (1 sentence)

II. Body Paragraph One

Topic Sentence

Quote/Paraphrase Evidence
evidence with a citation – one sentence

Commentary – 2 sentence (analyze/explain)

Quote/Paraphrase Evidence              evidence with a citation – one sentence

Commentary – 2 sentences    (analyze/explain)

Conclude

III.  Body Paragraph Two
Topic Sentence

Quote/Paraphrase Evidence

evidence with a citation – one sentence

Commentary – 2 sentence (analyze/explain)

Quote/Paraphrase Evidence
evidence with a citation – one sentence

Commentary – 2 sentences    (analyze/explain)

Conclude

IV. Conclusion Summarize

restate your thesis statement and three arguments in different words

Make a closing statement. Tie your closing statement back to your opening hook.

10/8/19

Presentations

10/7/19 English 1H Agenda

PROJECTS are DUE!  Please have them ready for a gallery walk.  Put them on your desk with a blank piece of paper next to your project.  We will walk around and give feedback on the paper.

NEXT:

Google Slides Group Project:

In groups of three or four, please make a Google Slide Presentation about your given literary term.  It should be four slides, in this order:

Google Slides Group Project:

  1. In groups of three or four, please make a Google Slide Presentation about your given literary term.  It should be four slides, in this order:
    1. The name of your literary term and the names of group members
    2. The definition for your literary term said in your own words
    3. Two written examples of your literary term
      (1) from something you have read
      (2) from your own brain
    4. Two of the following:
      picture/image/gif/video that represents your term

      AS ALWAYS: Presentation counts

You will present these tomorrow in class.

10/7/19 English 1CP Agenda

Google Slides Group Project:

In groups of three or four, please make a Google Slide Presentation about your given literary term.  It should be four slides, in this order:

  1. The name of your literary term – names of group members
  2. The definition for your literary term
  3. A written example of your literary term
  4. A picture/image that represents that literary term

Present tomorrow in class.

In the extra time allotted, please fill out and complete the Google Form posted on Google Classroom.  This will act as your book check.  It must be done before 8 am tomorrow, at which time I will turn off the form.