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Week of May 19, 2014 to May 27, 2014

May16

Pre-AP students will be completing their blogs this week for A House on Mango Street.  Due Dates:  Wed., May 21–the thematic one-pager is due. All final blog posts are due no later than the end of class on May 27th. Many students will be absent this week for Scholastic Day (Thurs) . This means they […]

Week of May 12, 2014

May9

Objective(s): TLW answer scavenger hunt questions. TLW read a novel. TLW participate in oral discussion of a novel. TLW complete a graphic organizer on characterization. TLW will write a blog post. TEKS: Reading 2.A- theme and genre; 2.C-figurative language to historical/cultural setting; 5.A- analyze isolated scenes/contribution to plot; 5.B-moral dilemmas of characters; 7.A—symbolism, allegory, allusion; […]

Week of May 5, 2014

May2

Objective(s): TLW answer scavenger hunt questions. TLW read a novel. TLW participate in oral discussion of a novel. TLW will write a blog post. TLW take a novel quiz or test. TEKS: 1-vocab development (all sections); 5A, B, C & D-fiction reading; 7-literary allusion; ELPS/CCRS: CCRS: Reading II. B.3 use reference guides;, B.1-vocabulary; Writing I.A-author’s […]

Week of April 28, 2014

April25

Objective(s): TLW (The learner will) answer study questions. TLW read a novel. TLW participate in oral discussion of a novel. TLW complete graphic organizers for a novel. TLW take a quiz. TLW evaluate vocabulary for root word connections. TEKS: 1-C-infer word meanings through other word relationships; 2 -C figurative language in a literary text; 5-comprehension […]

Pre-AP DUE DATES (so far)

April23

Interviews due Monday, May 5 Monday, May 5–Quiz #2, HOMS (to page 64) Monday, May 12–Quiz #3, HOMS Photo Vignette due Tuesday, May 13 Pre-reading notecards due Thursday, May 15 Thematic Motif–one-pager due Wed. May 21 Tuesday, May 27–Final blog posts due

Week of April 21, 2014–LAST SIX WEEKS

April18

Objective(s): TLW (The learner will) complete study questions/discussion questions. TLW read a novel. TLW participate in oral discussion of a novel. TLW take a vocabulary test or reading check quiz. TLW interview a fellow student. TEKS: 1-vocab development (all sections); 5A, B, C & D-fiction reading; 7-literary allusion; symbolism; 15D-multimedia presentation ELPS/CCRS: CCRS: Reading II. […]

Week of April 14, 2014

April11

Objective(s): TLW read a novella or novel. TLW answer study questions. TLW take a vocabulary quiz. TLW take a reading check quiz. TLW respond to reading with reflective writing. TLW complete a blueprinting assignment. TEKS: 2 (B); 4-archetypes; 2(C) evaluate figurative language; 5-fiction 5 (A) isolated scenes/contribution to the work; 5(B)- character’s moral dilemmas; 5(C)- […]

Story + Theme

April11

Theme in this “completely made-up story”? The idea is that your personal life experience has taught you something that you’d reveal/use in your story. (IF you look over the RUBRIC as Kelsey has done.) It isn’t to be about you personally, but something you’ve learned–like being honest, being a friend, revenge, etc. If you draw […]

Notes on Dandelion Wine-Pre-AP

April7

Students: I’m attaching the first part of my notes from the pericope from Dandelion Wine.  Remember to mark: similes, metaphors, personification, hyperbole, symbols (feet/shoes), juxtaposition, imagery, oxymoron, anaphora, logic (the rational dad) and pathos (Douglas the emotional). Look for examples of “magic” and “dreams” that indicate the transformation of the boy to a man. Notes […]

Week of April 7, 2014

April4

Objective(s): TLW read a novella. TLW answer study questions. TLW create a “completely made-up story.” TLW read a science fiction novel. TEKS: 1 (B) vocabulary-analyze textual context; 1 (E) use a dictionary to confirm meaning; 2(C) evaluate figurative language; 5-fiction 5 (A) isolated scenes/contribution to the work; 5(B)- character’s moral dilemmas; 5(C)- connection between narrator/tone […]

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