Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Weekly Agenda Nov 28-Dec2

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde


MONDAY & TUESDAY
Work in groups to create chapter paragraphs
Quick draw and present posters and paragraphs

WEDNESDAY
SSR #16

THURSDAY & FRIDAY
Study Guide for J&H Book Test
TEST on FRIDAY

Friday, November 18, 2011

Weekly Agenda Nov. 21-Nov. 23

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde


MONDAY-TUESDAY
Review Chapters 8-10
Group Draw
-review components of an analytical paragraph
-review idea of embedding and contextualizing
-mark up model for parts
-assign groups and chapters
-time to work in groups
HW DUE MONDAY: Take home Chapters and mark for major symbolism and motifs, concentrate on evidence.


WEDNESDAY
SSR #15

HAPPY THANKSGIVING

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Weekly Agenda Nov. 14-18

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde


MONDAY
Mask Assignment
-see student models
-due Thursday, Nov. 17
Review Chapters 3&4
-3Q discussion
-more notes on allusions and  motifs
HW Read Chapter 6 & 7 for Thursday and write 3Qs per chapter.


TUESDAY
Review Chapter 5
-3Q discussion
Looking at samples of Analytical paragraphs
-what does embedding look like
-how to use transitional expressions and active verbs

WEDNESDAY
SSR
#14
Journals due today, self grade.
HW Don't forget your mask assignment and reading.


THURSDAY
Gallery Walk
Review Chapters 6&7
-notes on the text
-quotation analysis
-practice embedding
HW Read chapters 8-10 for MONDAY


FRIDAY
Marking up the text
Continue to review chapters
Check grades, catch up?

NEXT
Group Paragraphs
-writing
-group draw

Monday, November 7, 2011

Weekly Agenda Nov. 7-Nov. 10



Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde


MONDAY
Teacher share excerpts from Essay final drafts
Review Chapter 2, 3-Q discussion
-notes on literary devices: allusion and pathetic fallacy
-notes on motifs: wine as a symbol for intoxication, escapism; bond, bondage, bound; light and shadow to reflect the dual nature of Jekyll/Hyde
-notes on Gothic literature: Of or relating to a style of diction that emphasizes the grotesque, mysterious, and desolate.  Words like medieval, natural, primitive, wild, free, authentic, romantic are associated with this kind of
literature.
HW Read Chapters 3&4 for WED. and write 3Qs for each each chapter.


TUESDAY
Journal #12: Read Victorian Times piece and answer questions.

WEDNESDAY
Review Qs from Victorian Times
Review Chapter 3&4
Mask Assignment  due MONDAY

THURSDAY
VOCAB Quiz
SSR
#13
HW Read Chapter 5 for Monday and write 3Qs


FRIDAY
NO SCHOOL
Veteran's Day