Monday, May 22, 2017

Racial Profiling

Agenda:

  • Journal: How do you feel about how the family was treated in the novel?
  • Review--definition of racial profiling
  • Pros/cons list + worksheet

Homework:
  • Make sure you have read Part 3
  • Finish ws from class
  • Final drafts due Friday
  • 6/1--vocab due

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Title Punctuation and Quotation Review

Agenda:

  • Review exercises 1 + 2
  • Complete exercise 3
  • Workshop time for critical lens

Homework:
  • 6/1--vocab
  • Part 3 reading and questions due Friday

Monday, May 15, 2017

Punctuating Titles and Quotes

Agenda:

  • Questions on pacing
  • Blue book p. 598--exercises 1 & 2

Homework:
  • Exercises due tomorrow
  • Part 3 reading will be due Thursday

Friday, May 12, 2017

Reading Workshop

Agenda:

  • Vocab site warm-up
  • Make sure you have turned in your draft
  • Reading workshop w/ questions
Homework:
  • Read "Train" and answers questions for Monday

Executive Order 9066

Agenda:

  • Vocab
  • Packing List Activity
  • Executive Order Review
  • Author bg

Homework:
  • Draft due tomorrow
  • Read part 1 for tomorrow

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Colon and Semicolon Test +Workshop

Agenda:

  • Colon and semicolon test
  • Essay workshop
Homework:
  • Draft of essay due Friday

Friday, May 5, 2017

Critical Lens: Drafting

Agenda:

  • Vocab warm-up
  • Workshop for Critical Lens

Homework:
  • Draft of Critical Lens due 5/12
  • Vocab due (approx 6/1)

Grammar Review and Continuation

Agenda:

  • Review colons and semi-colons
  • Continue brainstorming sheet #2

Homework:
  • Brainstorming due tomorrow
  • Colons and semi-colons quiz next week
  • Continue working on next vocab list for OMM

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Critical Lens: Brainstorming II

Agenda:

  • Overview of worksheet
  • Directions on thematic statements and finding quotes
  • Workshop
Homework:
  • Brainstorming part II will be due Friday
  • OMM vocab--begin to work on, due date coming

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Critical Lens: Brainstorming

Agenda:

  • Brainstorming page
  • Continue group work from yesterday
    • Reading questions if not done with the text
    • Wang Lung's end questions otherwise
Homework:
  • Wang Lung's end summative questions
  • Brainstorming sheet should have been completed before the end of class

Monday, May 1, 2017

Wang Lung's End

Journals:
*In a paragraph explain how or to what extent Wang Lung is a static or a dynamic character. Be sure to consider the 4-square posters.
*Look back at the "About the Good Earth" reading. Answer one of the following: Does Buck illustrate a universal farmer? (last paragraph of the reading) -or- Discuss briefly the extent to which the story is historically accurate. This also should be a paragraph.
*What do you make of the ending of the novel? Why? Will the family be ruined by leaving the land as the old man warns earlier in the text. You need to write in full sentences and support your answer.

-Your work will be graded on the basis of the quality of your writing and the content of your answer. (Your answers should accurately reflect what happens in the text.)


Homework:
Summative Questions Due Wed.