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Wednesday 31 May- English 9

Pds. 1&4-
Work on Exam Slides
Work on Amazing Summer
Work on Friday #33

Pds. 2&8-
Work on video presentation
Work on Amazing Summer
Work on Friday #33

 
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Tuesday 30 May- English 9

Pds 1&4- Go over exam project. This will involve MND and include a bit of creativity. You will choose TWO slides to present during the exam period next week. This will be included in your grade for the assignment. Go over Best Summer Ever assignment. This will be one of your favorite assignments of the year!

Pds 2&8- Go over Best Summer Ever assignment. This will be one of your favorite assignments of the year! We will begin video presentations on Friday for pd 8 and Monday next for pd 2.

 

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Turning in your project- English 9

  • Use the assignment link in Classroom. Delete the stuff that I wrote.

  • Make sure everything is on ONE document.

  • Anything that was on paper, take a picture and insert it in your document.

  • You may take pics of long passages instead of copying them.

  • Use section headers to separate the different parts.

  • Works Cited at the end. Be sure the WC includes everything you read and is in proper MLA format.

  • Turn in when you are done.

 

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Week of 22 May- English 9

Monday- MND Act 4. Begin FW#32

Tuesday- MND Act 5

Wednesday- Figurative language activity

Thursday- Character foils and conflicts

Friday- Workday- Project Due– Please copy/paste all work onto the document in Classroom.

 

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Week of 15 May- English 9

Monday- Continue working through MND Act 2. Friday #31 is posted in Classroom.

Tuesday- MND Act 3. This act includes the turning point, the place where the plot is the most hopelessly tangled.

Wednesday- Biology trip to the zoo. If you are not going, use today as a workday.

Thursday- Workday

Friday- MND Act 3/4.

 

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Friday 12 May- Everyone!

Workday!

Pds 1&4

FW29- Works Cited (so far)

FW30- Project check-in

Lenses follow-up

Project

  • Read a full-length non-fiction text of your choice.
  • Complete your written dialectical journals for the book.
  • Read at least 30 pages of short non-fiction.
  • Complete your written dialectical journals of the short non-fiction..
  • Read The Lord of the Flies.
  • Select and analyze five passages of your choice.
  • Write a reflective letter about this book.

Pd 2

FW29- Works Cited (so far)

FW30- Project check-in

Project

  • Read a full-length non-fiction text of your choice.
  • Complete your written dialectical journals for the book.
  • Read at least 20 pages of short non-fiction.
  • Complete your written dialectical journals of the short non-fiction..
  • View a video
  • Create a presentation about the video
  • Write a reflective letter about this project

Mango Creative Project

  • An interesting title page with graphics
  • A Table of Contents
  • A Dedication
  • 8 Chapters – each a minimum of 75 words long
  • An Author Bio/ Artist Statement
  • Very few grammar/usage mistakes.

Pd 7

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Reading project

Pd 8

FW29- Works Cited (so far)

FW30- Project check-in

Project

  • Read a full-length non-fiction text of your choice.
  • Complete your written dialectical journals for the book.
  • Read at least 20 pages of short non-fiction.
  • Complete your written dialectical journals of the short non-fiction..
  • View a video
  • Create a presentation about the video
  • Write a reflective letter about this project

Literary Analysis RD (based on Night)
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Monday 8 May- English 9

It’s time for Shakespeare! Let’s start with a bit of introduction to the man and his time. First a short video. And another from my favorite, Mr.Sato.

10 minute Google!- Find as much as you can about Elizabethan England. Put ONE piece of information on the Padlet linked below.

Pd 1
Pd 2
Pd 4
Pd 8

Later, when you are on a computer, take this Interactive tour (This does NOT 😦 work on iPads). Here is a Video tour with better visuals.  You can also use the search terms“Globe theater interactive tour“ to find more.

Midsummer Night’s Dream– Set up character chart. There are 3 categories of characters: the Nobles, the Rustics, and the Fairies. Create a graphic organizer with the characters in the play. Divide them into the three categories. You may use paper or the iPad for this.

How to read this Shakespeare stuff.

Setting the scene and doing a bit of reading. Begin Act 1– Character introductions of the Nobles.

 

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