6/3/19-6/7/19 English 1CP & 9RCP Agendas

5/3/19

Get your notebook back!

Complete projects in class.  Due tomorrow.

5/4/19

Turn in projects.

Telling time.

Fake Bank Account project directions and explanation.  Due Friday.   See Ms. Navarro for the work.

5/5/19

Bus route schedule practical knowledge, as found on Google Classroom.  Due at the end of class.

5/6/19

Knots practical knowledge skill set, as found on Google Classroom.

5/7/19

Finals review and note-card.

5/27/19 – 5/31/19 English 1CP & English 2 Agendas

5/27/19

Read Act 4 Scenes 1-3 R&J and have presentations

5/28

Read ACT 4 SCENE 4-5 & ACT 5 SCENE 1-2 R&J and have presentations

5/29

Complete visual notes for characters and walk up songs (see 5/17)

5/30

Read Act 5 SCENE 3 R&J and have presentation

5/31

Begin final project, choice of two

Whole project instructions posted on Google Classroom

 

5/20/19-5/24/19 English 1 & 9RCP Agendas

5/20/19

Students’ storyboard and R&J PRESENTATION:

Act 2 Scene 5 – Act 3 Scene 1

5/21/19

Students’ storyboard and R&J PRESENTATION:

Act 3 Scenes 2-3

5/22/19

Students’ storyboard and R&J PRESENTATION:

Act 3 Scenes 4-5

5/23/19

Mini one-on-one student conferences re: grade and missing work

LAST DAY FOR LATE WORK IS JUNE 1, 2019

5/24/19

Students’ storyboard and R&J PRESENTATION:

Act 4 Scenes 1-3

 

 

5/15/19-5/17/19 English 1 & English 9RCP Agendas

5/15/19

Presentations and discussion of: Act 2 Scenes 3-4

5/16/19

Dissect and paraphrase each line of the balcony scene in class.

Each pair of students were assigned 15 lines to paraphrase into how they would say the lines today.  Then we went around the class in order of the scene and read out the interpreted lines.

5/17/19

Get out your notebook. Write: 5/17/19 Page ____ “Visual Notes for Characters”

On this page (or another that you glue/staple in) please create some visual notes that will help identify the relationships of the characters, what their personality is like, and what major things they have said or done. Some ideas for these visual notes are on the board, though you can choose your own way.

EACH character, after they are identified and THOROUGHLY described, should then be given a theme song. Choose a theme song (or walk-up song for baseball fans) from your own music tastes or pop culture that you feel fits the character and what they are about.

There are FIFTEEN characters total. I will stamp these for full credit of 20 points on Monday.

5/9/19-5/10/19 English I and English 9RCP Agendas

5/9/19

Today students presented Act 1 Scenes 2-3, the corresponding storyboard, and we watched the scenes from the movie.

After, we discussed Direct and Indirect Characterization by expanding the character T chart and writing down what the impressions are of some of the main characters.

5/10/19

Today I reviewed a brief history of The Globe Theatre.

https://res.cloudinary.com/dk-find-out/image/upload/q_80,w_1920,f_auto/THE_GLOBE_FINAL_rt_uczloq.jpg

After I asked the students to work in pairs to construct a mini model using the printable: https://www.papertoys.com/images/globe.pdf?

5/2 – 5/8 English 1 and English 1RCP Agendas

5/2

Assign Romeo and Juliet Scenes

Explain project that is posted on Google Classroom (storyboard, present, act out)

5/3/19, 5/6/19, 5/7/19

Work on project in groups.  Whatever is not complete is now homework.

5/8

Prologue as a preview – what do we now know will happen?

Act 1 Scene 1 – listen to audio book

Watch movie – 13 minutes

Make “Characters of R & J” T Chart in notebook

List Montague and Capulet characters along with what we know about them

 

5/1/10 English 9RCP and 1 Agendas

Iambic Pentameter check for understanding using a group whiteboard and list of questions.

Google Slide 4 Slide Creation and Gallery Walk

I will give each pair their own literary term and they will make a GS presentation.

Google Slide Requirements:

  1. SLIDE ONE: your literary term
  2. SLIDE TWO: your definition
  3. SLIDE THREE: an example of how your literary term works
  4. SLIDE FOUR: a picture representing your literary term

5/1/19 Page _____ “Literary Terms”

TERM DEFINITION EXAMPLE or Description of image

4/29/19-4/30/19 English Agendas

4/30/19

UMMMMM Game OR Flipgrid About me

  • What would peanut butter be called if it wasn’t called peanut butter?
  • If you became invisible for 10 minutes RIGHT NOW, what (school appropriate!) things would you do?
  • What is a saying or expression that you probably say too much?
  • What actor/actress would you want to play you if they ever made a movie about your life?
  • Do you put your cereal in the bowl before the milk or the milk in before the cereal?
  • If you could have one song play every time you entered a room what would it be, and why?
elsa frozen grand entrance GIF 40 Weird Questions to Ask Your Students to Help You Get to Know them Better
Sorry, Elsa…but I’m leaning toward DJ Khaled’s All I do is Win
 
  • You discover a beautiful island where you decide to build a new society. What is the first rule you put in place?
  • Would you rather win $10,000 or let your best friend win $100,000?
  • What one invention would you uninvent and why?
  • You accidentally ate some radioactive pizza. The good news is it tasted great! The even better news is that its given you one superpower of your choice. What do you choose?
  • What five things would you take with you during the zombie apocalypse and why?
  • What is your favorite smell?
lizzy caplan smell GIF  40 Weird Questions to Ask Your Students to Help You Get to Know them Better
It’s new book smell, Janis…and it’s heaven.
  • Your English teacher is actually a witch! One day, she gets tired of you not paying attention and zaps you into a novel. Which novel would you hope she zapped you into and why?
  • Would you rather never be able to explain yourself correctly or alwayshave to tell the exact truth?
  • Are pets better than humans?
  • What thoughts instantly make you feel more relaxed?
  • What is your favorite combination of colors?
  • Would you rather give up breakfast, lunch, or dinner…forever?
  • Which day do you consider to be the true start of the week, Sunday or Monday?
  • You’re asked to cook dinner for your family and are sent to the store with $20. On the way, however, you stop for at Starbucks and meet a friend you owe $10 dollars to and she wants her money now. By the time you get to the store, you have $6 and 10 minutes to shop. What’s for dinner?
exhausted grocery store GIF by Catastrophe 40 Weird Questions to Ask Your Students to Help You Get to Know them Better
Oh, come on…some Ramen, some chicken…we can make it work!
  • If humans started colonizing Mars, would you volunteer to move there? Why or why not?
  • Is there an app you hate, but you still use it anyway?
  • What is something about yourself you could totally brag about, but usually don’t?
  • Would you rather have a photographic memory or be amazing at one thing, but only so-so at everything else?
  • If you had to work when you graduated high school but you didn’t need the money, what would you choose to do?
  • Where do you not mind waiting?
waiting gif GIF by hero0fwar 40 Weird Questions to Ask Your Students to Help You Get to Know them Better
This is a toughie…I’m genuinely struggling to come up with something.
  • Is cereal soup?
  • You can either leave your hometown forever or never leave your hometown. Which do you choose?
  • When scrolling through Instagram, do you prefer celebrity posts or ones from your friends?
  • Would you rather be a master at every musical instrument or fluent in every language in the world?
  • What’s the stupidest thing you’ve ever done because someone dared you?
  • Would you rather live forever in a roller coaster park or a zoo?
  • You are given the option of keeping your name or choosing a new one. What do you choose?
  • If animals could talk, which would be the rudest?
no thank you diva GIF by Demic 40 Weird Questions to Ask Your Students to Help You Get to Know them Better
Apparently, llamas give cold shoulder like a BOSS!
  • What is an unwritten rule in school that everyone knows anyway?
  • If our state was represented by just one food, what would it be?
  • If life were a video game, what two cheat codes would you want?
  • What ridiculous and untrue, yet slightly believable, theories can you come up with for common ailments like headaches, cavities, or sunburn?
  • What is something you really dislike but have no good reason for disliking?
the office dislike GIF 40 Weird Questions to Ask Your Students to Help You Get to Know them Better
Banana-flavored anything…yuck. Actual bananas? Delicious. But a banana milkshake, banana candy? #nottodaysatan
  • Is a hot dog a sandwich?

4/29

Pre-Reading Socratic Seminar on Romeo and Juliet

4/22/19 – 4/26/19 Agendas

4/22

Mentor talks with the Juniors down the hall.

4/23 and 4/24 Block Schedule

Begin Shakespeare Webquest (on Google Classroom)

Pause Webquest

Teach Iambic Pentameter/Apply

4/25 and 4/26 Block Schedule

Complete Shakespeare Webquest

Review Iambic Pentameter

Prep questions for Romeo and Juliet Socratic seminar