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Bellwork 9/19/16: Name, period number, date!

Bellwork 9/19/16: Name, period number, date!

SOAPStone WITH YOUR GROUP OF THREE. . . Complete your SOAPStone graphic organizer for

SOAPStone WITH YOUR GROUP OF THREE. . . Complete your SOAPStone graphic organizer for the sermon, “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” by Jonathan Edwards (pp. 85 -91). Last week, you completed the SOA, so you should be able to complete PStone in 20 minutes.

Class Discussion Let’s talk about Edward’s sermon as a class. You may use your

Class Discussion Let’s talk about Edward’s sermon as a class. You may use your SOAPStone organizer. I will be using Cold Call, so please be engaged and ready to answer. You will receive a participation grade for class today.

Here are some common abbreviations and terms for corrections I made on your essays.

Here are some common abbreviations and terms for corrections I made on your essays. What do you think these abbreviationsand terms mean? sp. = Exit Ticket 9/19/16: l. c. = Name, period number, date! frag. = w. c. = c. s. = run-on = three underlines = What information goes in the heading and where should the heading be?

Bellwork 9/20/16: Name, period number, date!

Bellwork 9/20/16: Name, period number, date!

Groups will be assigned to complete the task. Everybody has a job! 1. Vocabulary

Groups will be assigned to complete the task. Everybody has a job! 1. Vocabulary 2. Quote Finder Introduction “The Crucible” The Overture Assignment 3. Summary writers 4. Artist #1 will be responsible for putting the vocabulary on the Smart. Board. #2 will be responsible for writing the quotation on the white board with interpretive notes and reading the passage to the class. #3 will be responsible for reading the summary to the class. #4 will be responsible for explaining the drawing.

 Group 1: Daniela, Juan, Arturo, Dominic Group 2: Adam, Evan, James Group 3:

Group 1: Daniela, Juan, Arturo, Dominic Group 2: Adam, Evan, James Group 3: Ismael, Alexia, Reagan Groups, Period 2 Group 4: Sergio, Marlowe, Kate Group 5: Luis, Diana, Antonio Group 6: Jairo, Stasia, Sabrina, Sadyel Group 7: Will, Johann, Mariah, Lana Group 8: Georgia, Jontre, Alyssa Group 9: Joey, Lanina, Yailyne, JJ

 Group 1: Kayla, Sia, Melvin, Daniel Group 2: Emani, Joey, Athan, Group 3:

Group 1: Kayla, Sia, Melvin, Daniel Group 2: Emani, Joey, Athan, Group 3: Justin B, Domic, Reina, Kaitlyn Groups, Period 7 Group 4: Afrah, Melanie, James, Jerry Group 5: Erika, Erik, Alexa Group 6: Grisel, Axel, Francisco, Aleeya Group 7: Justin P, Araceli, Abel, DJ Group 8: Sergei, Amira, Hawa, Kevin Group 9: Jasmine, Sadie, Roszale

Exit Ticket 9/20/16: Name, period number, date! BRING YOUR BOOK FOR FRIDAY SSR! Monday

Exit Ticket 9/20/16: Name, period number, date! BRING YOUR BOOK FOR FRIDAY SSR! Monday 9/19 Tuesday 9/20 Wednesd ay 9/21 Thursday 9/22 Friday 9/23 Saturday 9/24 Sunday 9/25 ü Read for at least 30 minutes per day. ü Decide on IRB Project by Wednesday. ü Make an appointment with Ms. Ousley for book talks. ü Gather necessary items for my artistic project (music, art supplies, etc. ) Monday 9/26 Tuesday 9/27 Wednesd ay 9/28 Thursday 9/29 Friday 9/30 Fill in an item that you will work on for each day of this week. Remember, this is your last week to finish up, and projects are worth 20% of your overall grade for this class! Saturday 10/1 Sunday 10/2 IRB Project due on MONDAY 10/3!!!

Groups will present their information to their classmates. 1. Vocabulary Master 2. Quote Finder

Groups will present their information to their classmates. 1. Vocabulary Master 2. Quote Finder Presentations: “The Crucible” The Overture Assignment 3. Summary Writer 4. Artist #1 will be responsible for putting the vocabulary on the Smart. Board. #2 will be responsible for writing the quotation on the white board with interpretive notes and reading the passage to the class. #3 will be responsible for reading the summary to the class. #4 will be responsible for explaining the drawing.

Groups will present their information to their classmates. 1. Vocabulary Master Presentations: “The Crucible”

Groups will present their information to their classmates. 1. Vocabulary Master Presentations: “The Crucible” The Overture Assignment 2. Quote Finder Continued… #2 will be responsible for writing the quotation on the white board with interpretive notes and reading the passage to the class. 3. Summary Writer 4. Artist #1 will be responsible for putting the vocabulary on the Smart. Board. #3 will be responsible for reading the summary to the class. #4 will be responsible for explaining the drawing.

Bellwork 9/26/16: Name, period number, date!

Bellwork 9/26/16: Name, period number, date!

Finish Overture Presentations Period 2 ---Group 6: Jairo, Stasia, Sabrina, Sadyel

Finish Overture Presentations Period 2 ---Group 6: Jairo, Stasia, Sabrina, Sadyel

Finish Overture Presentations Period 7 ---Group 5: Erika, Erik, Alexa Group 6: Grisel, Axel,

Finish Overture Presentations Period 7 ---Group 5: Erika, Erik, Alexa Group 6: Grisel, Axel, Francisco, Aleeya Group 8: Sergei, Amira, Hawa, Kevin Group 9: Jasmine, Sadie, Roszale

Classwork 9/26/16: What is a witch hunt as the term is used today? Give

Classwork 9/26/16: What is a witch hunt as the term is used today? Give a contemporary example. Build background: 1. Read pp. 1118 -1122. 2. Watch “Meet the Author” video. 3. Complete the Contemporary Commentary and Listening and Viewing Handout.

Review answers … Classwork 9/26/16: Witch hunt - a campaign directed against a person

Review answers … Classwork 9/26/16: Witch hunt - a campaign directed against a person or group holding unorthodox or unpopular views. Examples: 1. Muslims after 9/11 2. People kneeling during the National Anthem 3. Socialists

SSR and Work on IRB Project Please read your independent reading book and/or work

SSR and Work on IRB Project Please read your independent reading book and/or work on your project to accompany the book for the remainder of the period. You will receive extra credit for having your book with you and for reading it quietly or preparing project during SSR. This will be given in participation category.

Exit Ticket 9/26/16: Name, period number, date! How did the group work go on

Exit Ticket 9/26/16: Name, period number, date! How did the group work go on the Crucible Overture assignment? Did everybody pull his/her weight by fulfilling the job assigned? Suggestions for improvement?

Bellwork 9/27/16: Name, period number, date!

Bellwork 9/27/16: Name, period number, date!

Characters: Read Act I of “The Crucible” 9/27/16 Reverend Parris Tituba Abigail Susanna Walcott

Characters: Read Act I of “The Crucible” 9/27/16 Reverend Parris Tituba Abigail Susanna Walcott Putnam Mrs. Putnam Mercy Lewis Mary Warren Betty Parris John Proctor Rebecca Nurse Giles Corey Reverend Hale Noteworthy Events: Events in the forest Betty’s actions No “natural” cause Enemies (land, slander) Duplicitous Abigail Putnam history Tituba’s interrogation Proctor – saint or sinner?

Literary Terms: Discussion: 9/27/16 Stage directions Mood Exposition Direct and indirect characterization Motivation and

Literary Terms: Discussion: 9/27/16 Stage directions Mood Exposition Direct and indirect characterization Motivation and stakes Foreshadowing Dramatic Irony

Exit Ticket 9/27/16: Name, period number, date! SSR and Work on IRB Project Due

Exit Ticket 9/27/16: Name, period number, date! SSR and Work on IRB Project Due by Monday, October 3, 2016

Bellwork 9/28/16: Name, period number, date!

Bellwork 9/28/16: Name, period number, date!

Characters: Read Act I of “The Crucible” continued… 9/28/16 Reverend Parris Tituba Abigail Susanna

Characters: Read Act I of “The Crucible” continued… 9/28/16 Reverend Parris Tituba Abigail Susanna Walcott Putnam Mrs. Putnam Mercy Lewis Mary Warren Betty Parris John Proctor Rebecca Nurse Giles Corey Reverend Hale Noteworthy Events: Events in the forest Betty’s actions No “natural” cause Enemies (land, slander) Duplicitous Abigail Putnam history Tituba’s interrogation Proctor – saint or sinner?

Literary Terms: Discussion: continued… 9/28/16 Stage directions Mood Exposition Direct and indirect characterization Motivation

Literary Terms: Discussion: continued… 9/28/16 Stage directions Mood Exposition Direct and indirect characterization Motivation and stakes Foreshadowing Dramatic Irony

Group Work 9/28/16 With your small group, complete the Study Guide Questions for Chapter

Group Work 9/28/16 With your small group, complete the Study Guide Questions for Chapter 1 of “The Crucible” ON A SEPARATE SHEET of paper. I will collect this at the beginning of class tomorrow, so if you do NOT finish it in class, complete it as HOMEWORK.

Exit Ticket 9/28/16: Name, period number, date! SSR and Work on IRB Project Due

Exit Ticket 9/28/16: Name, period number, date! SSR and Work on IRB Project Due by Monday, October 3, 2016

Bellwork 9/29/16: Name, period number, date!

Bellwork 9/29/16: Name, period number, date!

Quiz Act I “The Crucible” 9/29/16 Please move your desks apart so no desks

Quiz Act I “The Crucible” 9/29/16 Please move your desks apart so no desks or people can touch. Keep your eyes on your own paper. Any talking will result in a zero on the quiz. Make sure your name is on the quiz and take your time. Answer all the questions fully and in complete sentences (for the Short Answer section). Good Luck! You’ve got this!

Exit Ticket 9/29/16: Name, period number, date! SSR and Work on IRB Project Due

Exit Ticket 9/29/16: Name, period number, date! SSR and Work on IRB Project Due by Monday, October 3, 2016

Bellwork 9/30/16: Name, period number, date!

Bellwork 9/30/16: Name, period number, date!

Characters: Noteworthy Events: John Proctor The conflict between the Proctors Elizabeth Proctor Read Act

Characters: Noteworthy Events: John Proctor The conflict between the Proctors Elizabeth Proctor Read Act II of “The Crucible” 9/30/16 Mary Warren Reverend Hale Giles Corey Francis Nurse Cheevers Herrick Mary Warren’s behavior as representative of the young, Puritan girl/woman Who is being charged and why? How many altogether? What is their immediate fate? Reverend Hale’s judgment

Literary Terms: Discussion: continued… 9/30/16 Character analysis – Find three quotes spoken by a

Literary Terms: Discussion: continued… 9/30/16 Character analysis – Find three quotes spoken by a single character and analyze what their words tell you about them. What is your opinion of this character? Allusion

Group Work 9/30/16 With your small group, complete the Study Guide Questions for Act

Group Work 9/30/16 With your small group, complete the Study Guide Questions for Act 2 of “The Crucible” ON A SEPARATE SHEET of paper. I will collect this at the beginning of class Monday, so if you do NOT finish it in class, complete it as HOMEWORK.