5/29-6/1 English 2 Agenda

5/29

Research and work on source notes – Google Classroom

5/30

Research and work on source notes – Google Classroom

5/31

Pro Con Chart Overview and Assignment – Due by midnight

Google Classroom

6/1

Resume resource notes – Due Monday at midnight – Google Classroom

 

Remember:

One Website and verify trustworthy with CRAAP Test checklist

Two Database (Gale) ohslmc.com

One book

One of your choice

The magic number is FIVE…five total source notes, five evidence points per source note, five corresponding commentaries.

Rock like a hurricane!

 

5/29-6/1

5/29

What roles do you think we need?

How can we consolidate these?

How many roles are there in Law and Order: Fairy Tale Unit in terms of thespians?

How can we consolidate the thespian roles to make this play feasible?

Sign ups for each role (behind the scenes and on stage).

5/30

Vote for different roles using Google Forms.

Get into newly assigned groups and choose specific roles and characters.

 

Director

Ashtin

Kaileigh (Stage)

 

Stage crew/Design

Sireena

Angie

Cassie

 

Makeup/Costume

Brianna

Paola

Erika

 

Sound/Lighting

Armando

Andy

5/31

Auditions! Vote for character roles.  Fill in blanks.

Assign final project.

cast list

6/1

Work on final projects

5/29-6/1 English 1

5/29

Read Act 1 Scenes 1 through 2

5/30

What do you think the word “oxymoron” means?  Write a definition.

Oxymoron:

 noun

a figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms appear in conjunction (e.g., faith unfaithful kept him falsely true).

Read Scene 3; Write a paragraph describing what, beyond the obvious, this scene is about.

5/31

How hard is it to keep a secret? Are there circumstances when you think you should break a promise about keeping a secret?

Select play groups and two scenes.  Requirements:

1 Sounds rehearsed

2 Actually acting – meaning is clear (No Fear Shakespeare)

3 We can all hear you

4 Costumes

6/1

What is your opinion of “love at first sight?”  Explain.

 

Read through the rest of Act 1

https://ca.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/shak15.ela.lit.meeting/love-at-first-sonnet-romeo-and-juliet-meet/?#.WxHE8Egvy1t

5/29-6/1 English 9RCP

5/29

Read Act 1 Scenes 1 and 2

5/30

What do you think the word “oxymoron” means?  Write a definition.

Oxymoron:

 noun

a figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms appear in conjunction (e.g., faith unfaithful kept him falsely true).

Read Act 3; Write Evidence paragraph:

How much control over your life do you have? Two examples of things you control or do not.

Thesis (create)

2 pieces of evidence from your life – commentary

5/31

Poetry Slam

6/1

How hard is it to keep a secret? Are there circumstances when you think you should break a promise about keeping a secret?

What is your opinion of “love at first sight?”  Explain.

Select play groups and two scenes.  Requirements:

1 Sounds rehearsed

2 Actually acting – meaning is clear (No Fear Shakespeare)

3 We can all hear you

4 Costumes

Read through Act 1 Scene 4

5/21-5/25 Drama Agenda

5/21

Watch Creature Shop: Heads Up and Answer corresponding questions on the worksheet.  Puppetry fun!

5/22

Present RANTS

5/23

Finish Rants and watch Simpsons 09 14 episode with corresponding VOICE questions analyzing sounds effects, music, and character voices.

5/24

Go through 5 choices of plays in small groups, rotate one play at time.  Vote on play.

Play decision: LAW AND ORDER: FAIRY TALE UNIT

5/25

Who is doing what in the play!?!

Brainstorm what roles are NEEDED and then Read selected scenes in small groups.

5/21-5/25 English 2 Agenda

5/21

Complete Essay

5/22 AND 5/23

Lord of the Flies Movie/Functional Skills Basketball Game

Write down ten substantial differences between the movie and the novel

5/24

Go over research project assignment.  Have students annotate assignment and ask questions.  Present students with topic choices and permission form.  All forms located on Google Classroom.

5/25

Teach students how to use GALE research system.  Have students research their own chosen topics.  Go over research and source notes briefly.  All located on Google Classroom.

5/21-5/26 English 1 Agenda

5/21

Write Essay

How does the novel, The House on Mango Street, use figurative language to create meaning?

  1. Introduction
    1. Hook
    2. Bridge
    3. Thesis Statement – The House on Mango Street uses _____ and _____ to create meaning.
  2. Body Paragraph 1 – First type of figurative language you chose
    1. Topic Sentence
    2. evidence – embedded quote
      1. Commentary (2 sentences) explaining how this proves your TS and WHY we care
    3. evidence #2 embedded quote
      1. Commentary (2 sentences) explaining how this proves your TS and WHY we care
  • Body Paragraph 2 – Second type of figurative language you chose
    1. Topic Sentence
    2. evidence – embedded quote
      1. Commentary (2 sentences) explaining how this proves your TS and WHY we care
    3. evidence #2 – embedded quote
      1. Commentary (2 sentences) explaining how this proves your TS and WHY we care
    4. Conclusion – wrap it up offering new insight of some kind (ie relate the novel to present day, or provide a new thought on figurative language)

5/22

Finish Essay

5/23

Read pages about Shakespeare in textbook and mind-map what you learned about him in pairs or by yourself.  After, read textbook pages that describe Shakespearean literary terms and take notes on the graphic organizer provided.

5/24

Watch Shakespeare Video and write down 25 facts in bullet point form describing what you learned from the video.

5/26

You need to complete two tasks in your groups today. Whether you do one at a time, or do both at the same time, they both need to get done.
(1) Answer all 5 questions, one answer sheet per group, following all instructions. Do not rewrite questions.  This is the Romeo/Juliet Pre-reading Activity that asks 5 questions about love and their experiences.
(2) Create a family crest for your group.

5/21-5/25 English 9RCP

5/21

Write Essay in Class

5/22

Functional Skills Basketball Game!

5/23

Write Essay in Class

5/24

Write Essay in Class

5/25

You need to complete two tasks in your groups today. Whether you do one at a time, or do both at the same time, they both need to get done.
(1) Answer all 5 questions, one answer sheet per group, following all instructions. Do not rewrite questions.  This is the Romeo/Juliet Pre-reading Activity that asks 5 questions about love and their experiences.
(2) Create a family crest for your group.

5/16-5/18 English 1 & 9RCP Agendas

5/16

Sneeze 5/16/18

Describe a situation where you were not able to communicate with another person.  Be sure to describe when and where it happened, how you felt, and what you did to deal with the situation.

Topic Sentence (Thesis/Mini-Thesis)

Evidence (Fortify)

Half page.

Read:

“Four Skinny Trees”

“No Speak English”

While reading:  identify TWO quotes/examples that show how ONE of your figurative language terms are used in this reading to answer the following prompt in a complete body paragraph.

How does House on Mango Street use figurative language to create meaning in the text?

5/17 –  5/18

Write a 1-2 sentence description of each of the woman neighbors listed in class.

Call up random students and copy their paragraphs.  Put them out of order.  Re-write the paragraphs so they are error free and so they students can see how what they did compares to what their peers did.  Several of the mistakes are often the same or similar.

5/16-5/21 English 2

5/16

SIT IN SURVIVAL GROUPS.

 

GET OUT ONE PIECE OF PAPER PER GROUP.

 

WRITE THE NAMES OF ONLY THE PEOPLE WHO ARE PRESENT IN YOUR GROUP.

 

TITLE THE PAGE “LOTF TEST.”

GO DOWN A LINE.  WRITE “TEST NUMBER: ___”

 

GO DOWN A LINE. NUMBER 1 THROUGH 44.

 

BRACE YOURSELVES: it is 44 questions. You have NO TIME to goof off.

 

5/17, 5/18, 5/21

Get you books, paragraphs, and blank lined paper out.

Sit in assigned seats.

 

Hook

Thesis

 

Body paragraph

2 pieces evidence (cite) (Golding 64).

Commentary why or how the evidence proves your point

 

Body paragraph

Different – 2 pieces of evidence commentary

 

Conclusion – how something from the book related to your world today

 

 

 

  1. Introduction
  2. Hook
  3. Thesis Statement
  4. Body Paragraph 1 – Similarities
  5. Topic Sentence
    1. evidence illustrating they are similar
      1. Commentary (2 sentences) explaining how this proves your TS and WHY we care
    2. evidence #2 illustrating they are similar
      1. Commentary (2 sentences) explaining how this proves your TS and WHY we care
  • Body Paragraph 2 – Differences
  1. Topic Sentence
    1. evidence illustrating they are different
      1. Commentary (2 sentences) explaining how this proves your TS and WHY we care
    2. evidence #2 illustrating they are different
      1. Commentary (2 sentences) explaining how this proves your TS and WHY we care
    3. Conclusion connecting Lord of the Flies essay to the present day