Examine the idea of talking about books as a complete work of art instead of segmented pieces of lessons.
Read aloud chapter 1 of Night
Read Night by December 9th following the directions listed in the document below.
In preparation for reading Elie Wiesel's Night, a memoir by a Holocaust survivor, we'll be taking a depressing look at a few other significant atrocities that have happened over the course of semi-recent human history.
Continue working on MSND compare and contrast essay and final project
Discuss and edit RSVCPs.
Continue working on MSND final projects.
Assigned: Nov 6
Due: Nov: 20
Continue working on Midsummer Compare and Contrast Essay for details and resources in the Google Classroom. Due Tuesday.
Check out the powerpoint below if you're having trouble getting started.
Finish compare and contrast organizer and begin forming a compare and contrast essay.
Check out Midsummer Compare and Contrast Essay for details and resources in the Google Classroom.
Act 4 and 5 Comprehension/Connection Assessment Questions:
Continue working on compare and contrast lovers sheet (attached below).
Examine the "4th wall"
Read Act 4 scene 2 and the very end of act 5.
Write an objective summary of Robin "Puck" Goodfellow's final lines.
Discussed "antithesis" and how opposites play a role in Shakespearean themes.
Read Act 4 scene 1
Write each character’s reactions to last night’s events.: