2/20-2/21 English 9RCP & English 1 Agendas

2/20

Vocabulary.com Jam

Tone v. Writing Style in Notebook

Shmoop Video on Tone Notes:

Tone – the attitude the author has about the topic he/she is writing about

Mood – the way a reader feels while reading

Writing Style – the way in which something is written (ie word choice, order of sentences, sentence structure, punctuation, etc.)

Objective tone – used when a writer wants to deliver information in a neutral, factual and unbiased way. Objective tones can be achieved by avoiding personal pronouns, judgmental words that may indicate personal feeling and emotive words that indicate an opinion on the part of the writer.

Subjective tone – perspective is one open to greater interpretation based on personal feeling, emotion, aesthetics, etc.  Author’s opinion; biased.

Pass out “Hip Hop Planet” article and tone word list.  Instructions:

  1. Read the article and determine what tone the article has (one only). Write a sentence or two at the end of the article explaining why.
  2. Complete your FIVE annotation steps.

2/21/19

Spend first 15-20 minutes of class completing annotations from yesterday.

Begin Hip Hop History Prezi.

2/22

Complete Hip Hop History Prezi

No Red Ink Assignments

2/19/19 English 1 & 9RCP Agenda

2/19/19

Get YOUR computer (try to remember which one you used last Friday, and I will pass around a signup sheet)

Sign into noredink.com

Complete “Timed Writing”

  1. Introduction
    1. Hook and/or background information
    2. Thesis Statement
  2. Body Paragraph I
    1. Topic Sentence (is this paragraph about simile, metaphor, imagery, or allusion?)
      1. Evidence (QUAMMMMMMMMYYYY!!!!)
      2. Commentary
  • Evidence
  1. Commentary
  • Body Paragraph II
    1. Same as above, but about a different literary term
  1. Conclusion
    1. Wrap it up!
    2. Restate thesis

IF YOU DO NOT FINISH THIS HERE IT IS HOMEWORK AND WILL BE TURNED IN BY MIDNIGHT TONIGHT

2/14 & 2/15 English 9RCP & English 1

2/14/19

Good Morning!

Get out your notebooks and open to the “Hip Hop Reflection” from Tuesday.

Under your initial response please answer this prompt in four sentences or more:

What is your favorite song or one of your favorite songs?  Why?  What makes the song appealing to you?

 

2/14/19

 

What are things I can do in order to better my quality of life (1) at school and (2) at home.

Please have an introduction paragraph, a body paragraph with two pieces of evidence, a second body paragraph with two pieces of evidence, and a conclusion.

 

2/15/19

 

Get a computer

Go to noredink.com

Sign in using Google.  Start the assignment “Timed Writing”

You may use all of your notes and the lyrics on Google Classroom.

Explain how the two songs “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” by Lauryn Hill and “Hard Times” by Run DMC use two of the following literary terms: simile, metaphor, allusion, and/or imagery.

Hint: choose two only. Make one body paragraph about one (two examples) and make the second body paragraph about the other choice (two examples).

 

2/12/19-2/13/19 English 1 & English 9RCP Agendas

2/12/19

Sentence starters and gallery walk

Page __ “Hip Hop Reflection”

Four Sentence minimum

To me, Hip Hop is…

 

2/13/19

Today the students will need to follow these steps:

Step 1:

 

Notebook work:

Page ____ 2/13/19 Hip Hop Unit Vocabulary

 

Look up the following words and write down the definitions:

  1. Credibility
  2. Permeate
  3. Embrace
  4. Legacy
  5. Hypocrisy
  6. Defiant
  7. Enigma
  8. Clarion
  9. Moral
  10. Metaphor
  11. Simile
  12. Allusion
  13. Imagery
  14. Rhyme
  15. Slant Rhyme

Step 2:

Make a vocabulary chart like the one outlined on the board (example with these instructions) for the four words metaphor, simile, allusion, and imagery.

Definition

Used in a Sentence

Synonym

Antonym

Draw a picture that represents what the word means.

You may work in PAIRS (no more than two people, no excuses) and you may listen to music while you work so long as you keep it at a decent volume. 

Your volume should be at a VOLUME 2 AT ALL TIMES.

 

2/8/19 English 1 & English 9RCP Agendas

Go to:

noredink.com

Sign up using Google and your school email

And

Classroom Code:

Period 1:  popular taffy 56

Period 3: spicy curtain 36

Period 4: stormy horse 1

Period 5: rich cupcake 31

Period 6: free eagle 82

Select your interests…make sure you go through all the options.  Select as many as you like.

Start your first assignment: No Red Ink DIAGNOSTIC

When done with your second assignment, begin the new assignment: NEW

2/5-2/7 English 1CP and English 9RCP Agendas

2/5/19

Hand out syllabus

Go over syllabus as a class.  Due back to me, signed by both you and guardian by 2/8/19

Hand out project Maycomb Times

2/6-2/7

Work diligently on project.  It is worth 100 points and due at the end of class on Thursday 2/7/19.  No excuses.

2/5 English 1 & English 9RCP Agendas

2/5/19

Find your seat on the seating chart.  It is in the front of the room on the board.

Get out a piece of paper and a pen.

Write you heading.

Title: Chapter 29-30 Quiz

 

Read chapter 31

 

Go over project that will need to be completed over the next 2 class days.  Due Thursday at the end of the period.

2/4/19 English 1 & English 9RCP

2/4/19

We were going to have assigned seats in a different pattern, but as you can see…there is a hole in my ceiling.  So sit where you like, but where you will be the most productive.

Please get a syllabus from the front of the room.  Get out a pen.

Syllabus!  Due 2/8/19

Read 29 and 30 Quiz

2/1/19 English 1 & English 9RCP Agenda

2/1/19

Get one phone or computer per group for a quiz! Phone is preferred.

Read Chapter 27

Complete workbook Pages 263-264 Questions 7, 8, and 9 – can be on any part of book, not just the ones specified by the workbook questions

Homework: Complete workbook.  Read chapter 28! FLIPGRID from yesterday!!  If 90% of the class does not turn in flipgrid by Monday, I will be sure to not give flipgrids again.  Instead, we will do timed essays.

1/31/19 English 1 & English 9RCP Agenda

1/31/18

  • Read, in groups or silently, Chapter 25 and 26. You may use the audio.  You may use a computer to play the audio, if you like.
  • Flipgrid Assignment! (also posted on Google Classroom)

Write ONE question that begins with the words “how” or “why.”  Make the question academically challenging.

Answer THOUGHTFULLY and ACADEMICALLY two of your classmates’ questions. Not your own question! You can ask a question about ANY part of the book

Flipcodes are on your Google Classroom.

Homework: Complete Flipgrid.  Quiz on 23 through 26 tomorrow!