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WEEK OF: April 22, 2019
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Period2nd, 3rd, 9th4th5th7th
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SubjectEnglish 10ReadingNECC Intro to LitEnglish IV
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Grade(s)Grade 10Grade 7 Grade 12Grade 12
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Unit Name/Topic Holocaust/NightVocab 1, ReadOf Mice and MenOf Mice and Men
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MonObjectiveNo SchoolNo SchoolNo SchoolNo School
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Assign
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Standard #D.O. 2.1, 2.3, 2.4, 2.6, 2.7D.O. 1.4, 1.7, 1.8, 1.12 D.O. 1.2-1.5, 1.8D.O. 1.2-1.5, 1.8
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TueObjectiveTLW apply the writing process to plan, draft, revise, edit, and publish writing. TLW direct quote, paraphrase, and cite cources. TLW write an informative speech using pultiple sources. TLW use organizational techniques and standard rules of grammar & paragraph formation including paralell structures. TLW identify basic facts and essential ideas in what they have read, read a variety of texts fluently with accuracy, pace, phrasing and expression, describe and express personal reactions to a variety of texts. TLW read analytically & critically in order to develop new ideas, clearer insights, deeper thinking, and more extensive vocabulary. TLW read and analyze different genres of multicultural literature written by male and female authors. TLW understand how the elements of different cultures and historical context influence authors and their works. TLW express opinions about the readings through class discussions and written assignments. TLW realize that literature provides pleasure, insight, and thoughtful reflection of the universal human struggle. TLW read analytically & critically in order to develop new ideas, clearer insights, deeper thinking, and more extensive vocabulary. TLW read and analyze different genres of multicultural literature written by male and female authors. TLW understand how the elements of different cultures and historical context influence authors and their works. TLW express opinions about the readings through class discussions and written assignments. TLW realize that literature provides pleasure, insight, and thoughtful reflection of the universal human struggle.
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ActivityContinue Holocaust Speech Research: Taking notes on a notecard from book sourceRead, record pages read for week and take A/R tests as needed. Small group Vocab 1 sentences: Read aloud and edit as needed. Finish Ove final projects (inferred character conversations). Introduce Steinbeck and the plight of the migrant workers during the Dust Bowl.Finish "I Belong to the Tribe Of" slides, and read aloud. Introduce Steinbeck and the plight of the migrant workers during the Dust Bowl.
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AssignFinish taking notes from this source; start thinking of how to organize info into main pointsTo earn full reading points this week: 50 pages this week, 350 pages overall need to be read by Mon, April 29.Read Ch. 1 and be ready to discuss on Wednesday. Read Ch. 1 and be ready to discuss on Wednesday.
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Standard #D.O. 2.1, 2.3, 2.4, 2.6, 2.7D.O. 1.4, 1.7, 1.8, 1.12 D.O. 1.2-1.5, 1.8D.O. 1.2-1.5, 1.8
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WedObjectiveTLW apply the writing process to plan, draft, revise, edit, and publish writing. TLW direct quote, paraphrase, and cite cources. TLW write an informative speech using pultiple sources. TLW use organizational techniques and standard rules of grammar & paragraph formation including paralell structures. TLW identify basic facts and essential ideas in what they have read, read a variety of texts fluently with accuracy, pace, phrasing and expression, describe and express personal reactions to a variety of texts. TLW read analytically & critically in order to develop new ideas, clearer insights, deeper thinking, and more extensive vocabulary. TLW read and analyze different genres of multicultural literature written by male and female authors. TLW understand how the elements of different cultures and historical context influence authors and their works. TLW express opinions about the readings through class discussions and written assignments. TLW realize that literature provides pleasure, insight, and thoughtful reflection of the universal human struggle. TLW read analytically & critically in order to develop new ideas, clearer insights, deeper thinking, and more extensive vocabulary. TLW read and analyze different genres of multicultural literature written by male and female authors. TLW understand how the elements of different cultures and historical context influence authors and their works. TLW express opinions about the readings through class discussions and written assignments. TLW realize that literature provides pleasure, insight, and thoughtful reflection of the universal human struggle.
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ActivityHand out Holocaust Speech Outline. Research your topic on USHMM.org, and take notes on notecard, keeping in mind that are trying to settle on the 3 main points of your speech topic. Vocab 1 Sentences: Mrs. Kern return graded sentences, and continue to work to improve them. Quiz over Vocab 1. Read. College Signing Day; continue with Steinbeck introduction if time allows and discuss Ch. 1 if time allows: Setting, Characters, Conflict. College Signing Day; continue with Steinbeck introduction if time allows and discuss Ch. 1 if time allows: Setting, Characters, Conflict.
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AssignFinish taking notes from this source; start thinking of how to organize info into main pointsTo earn full reading points this week: 50 pages this week, 350 pages overall need to be read by Mon, April 29.Read Chapters 2 + 3 for Thursday. Read Chapters 2 + 3 for Thursday.
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Standard #D.O. 2.1, 2.3, 2.4, 2.6, 2.7D.O. 1.4, 1.7, 1.8, 1.12 D.O. 1.2-1.5, 1.8D.O. 1.2-1.5, 1.8
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ThuObjectiveTLW apply the writing process to plan, draft, revise, edit, and publish writing. TLW direct quote, paraphrase, and cite cources. TLW write an informative speech using pultiple sources. TLW use organizational techniques and standard rules of grammar & paragraph formation including paralell structures. TLW identify basic facts and essential ideas in what they have read, read a variety of texts fluently with accuracy, pace, phrasing and expression, describe and express personal reactions to a variety of texts. TLW read analytically & critically in order to develop new ideas, clearer insights, deeper thinking, and more extensive vocabulary. TLW read and analyze different genres of multicultural literature written by male and female authors. TLW understand how the elements of different cultures and historical context influence authors and their works. TLW express opinions about the readings through class discussions and written assignments. TLW realize that literature provides pleasure, insight, and thoughtful reflection of the universal human struggle. TLW read analytically & critically in order to develop new ideas, clearer insights, deeper thinking, and more extensive vocabulary. TLW read and analyze different genres of multicultural literature written by male and female authors. TLW understand how the elements of different cultures and historical context influence authors and their works. TLW express opinions about the readings through class discussions and written assignments. TLW realize that literature provides pleasure, insight, and thoughtful reflection of the universal human struggle.
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ActivityRead Chapter 7 of Night for Friday, and continue researching for your speech. No Class: Alternate Schedule for JHFriendship Discussion: Conpare and contrast George and Lennie's relationship with other relationships between friends, co-workers, classmates, relatives, neighborsFriendship Discussion: Conpare and contrast George and Lennie's relationship with other relationships between friends, co-workers, classmates, relatives, neighbors
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Assign1 more notecard (1 more source) due on Friday, and finish reading Chapter 7. Quiz over Ch. 7 on Friday To earn full reading points this week: 50 pages this week, 350 pages overall need to be read by Mon, April 29.Read Chapters 4 + 5 for Friday Read Chapters 4 + 5 for Friday
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Standard #D.O. 2.1, 2.3, 2.4, 2.6, 2.7D.O. 1.4, 1.7, 1.8, 1.12 D.O. 1.2-1.5, 1.8D.O. 1.2-1.5, 1.8
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FriTLW apply the writing process to plan, draft, revise, edit, and publish writing. TLW direct quote, paraphrase, and cite cources. TLW write an informative speech using pultiple sources. TLW use organizational techniques and standard rules of grammar & paragraph formation including paralell structures. TLW identify basic facts and essential ideas in what they have read, read a variety of texts fluently with accuracy, pace, phrasing and expression, describe and express personal reactions to a variety of texts. TLW read analytically & critically in order to develop new ideas, clearer insights, deeper thinking, and more extensive vocabulary. TLW read and analyze different genres of multicultural literature written by male and female authors. TLW understand how the elements of different cultures and historical context influence authors and their works. TLW express opinions about the readings through class discussions and written assignments. TLW realize that literature provides pleasure, insight, and thoughtful reflection of the universal human struggle. TLW read analytically & critically in order to develop new ideas, clearer insights, deeper thinking, and more extensive vocabulary. TLW read and analyze different genres of multicultural literature written by male and female authors. TLW understand how the elements of different cultures and historical context influence authors and their works. TLW express opinions about the readings through class discussions and written assignments. TLW realize that literature provides pleasure, insight, and thoughtful reflection of the universal human struggle.
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ActivityShort Quiz over Chapter 7. Continue Holocaust Speech Research: Taking notes on a notecard from book source. Finish Night by MondayKWL of Vocab 2. Vocab 2 definitions. Read. Chapter 4/5 American Dream discussion . . . do you want more out of life than "tending rabbits" or is that just fine with you? Stereotype Discussion: Consider the role of Curley's wife, Crooks, and Lennie; how do they all fit together as a group, and which individual stereotypes do they represent? Chapter 4/5 American Dream discussion . . . do you want more out of life than "tending rabbits" or is that just fine with you? Stereotype Discussion: Consider the role of Curley's wife, Crooks, and Lennie; how do they all fit together as a group, and which individual stereotypes do they represent?
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AssignReach Chapters 8 + 9 For Monday. Quiz over these chapters on Monday. To earn full reading points this week: 50 pages this week, 350 pages overall need to be read by Mon, April 29.Finish the book for Monday. Test Monday.Finish the book for Monday. Test Monday.
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