Choose your groups and your BURP (Before Undertaking Reading Prepare) Presentations for The Odyssey.
Review rubric and expectations.
Use GALE Research system:
Oxnard Library Link and Refresher on Steps to Log In
- Go to:
- Click RED button that reads, “Go to OHS database”
- Click the YELLOW icon that reads, “GVRL Research Matters”
- When the system asks you to enter your passcode, it is: yellowjackets
- conduct research
- build Google Slides
- assign roles for presenting
- SHARE with Ms. Navarro
- Rubric on Google Classroom
DUE BY 11:59 PM WEDNESDAY…NO EXCUSES!
MLA Mini Lesson on 3/13/19 to help you restructure your works cited slides.
Rubric on Google Classroom
Make a Hero’s Journey Clock using a story you know….a movie, a comic book, a television show, or a story. Annotate the whole clock with how it fits your story at each “o’clock” and decorate the clock. Appearances count!
Rubric is posted on Google Classroom “PBL Rubric.”
Draw it out following the examples that were provided and are hanging in class. You may work by yourself, in twos, or in threes.
Due Thursday 3/7/19 at the end of your class period.
Turn the prezi and the video into a clock using the following idea:
Finally, read “Thank You Ma’am” by Langston Hughes and apply to the Hero’s Journey clock diagram.
PDF of short story found here:
Biography of Langston Hughes:
Take notes on the Hero’s Journey.
Pass back essays.
Page _____ 2/29/19 “West Essay”
Explain how the song “Homecoming” by Kanye West uses two of the following literary terms: simile, metaphor, figurative language, assonance, consonance, alliteration, allegory, and/or enjambment.
Hint: choose two only. Make one body paragraph about one (two examples) and make the second body paragraph about the other choice (two examples). After you give your evidence, be sure to explain WHY the example is the literary term you claim it to be and why the author chose to use it/what it means.
Due at the end of class.
…Assignments on Google Classroom…
Page ____ 2/27/19 “Hip Hop Vocabulary Continued” – Write down, look up, define:
Find two examples of each one of these in Kanye West’s song “Homecoming.” Put on the same page in your notebook. I will check your work tomorrow.
Read the packet on Google Classroom with Tupac and Shakespeare’s poems. Respond to all questions on the last page and a half in your notebook.
Watch first half of To Kill a Mockingbird movie.
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:
- 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.
- Complete your FIVE annotation steps.
Spend first 15-20 minutes of class completing annotations from yesterday.
Begin Hip Hop History Prezi.
Complete Hip Hop History Prezi
No Red Ink Assignments
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”
- Hook and/or background information
- Thesis Statement
- Body Paragraph I
- Topic Sentence (is this paragraph about simile, metaphor, imagery, or allusion?)
- Evidence (QUAMMMMMMMMYYYY!!!!)
- Body Paragraph II
- Same as above, but about a different literary term
- Wrap it up!
- Restate thesis
IF YOU DO NOT FINISH THIS HERE IT IS HOMEWORK AND WILL BE TURNED IN BY MIDNIGHT TONIGHT
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?
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.
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).
Sentence starters and gallery walk
Page __ “Hip Hop Reflection”
Four Sentence minimum
To me, Hip Hop is…
Today the students will need to follow these steps:
Page ____ 2/13/19 Hip Hop Unit Vocabulary
Look up the following words and write down the definitions:
- Slant Rhyme
Make a vocabulary chart like the one outlined on the board (example with these instructions) for the four words metaphor, simile, allusion, and imagery.
Used in a Sentence
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.