Today we took Quiz #6 of our whole class novel and we discussed the reading. Then we talked about our final writing assignment for the term, a character eulogy. We watched two eulogies for our writer's notebook and discussed what you put in a eulogy. Watch the clips below and respond:
Today we took Quiz #5 and read and annotated Emily Dickinson's poem "A Certain Slant of LIght." You can get the poem and the questions from the manila folder by the door.
Today we took Quiz #4 and discussed the reading. Then we wrote our book summaries in a Google doc with our partners and shared them with my email: email@example.com
Today we took Quiz #3 and started preparation for writing our An Imperial Affliction or The Price of Dawn book summaries. The handout is in the manila folder near the door.
Today we took Quiz #2 and discussed the following writer's notebook prompt, "John Green derived his book's title from a famous line in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, "The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves, that we are underlings." What does the line mean--and why would Green have used it for his title? Even more importantly, why would he have altered it? How does Green's meaning differ from Shakespeare's?
Today we starting reading our whole class novel and did the anticipation guide. We took the first reading quiz and turned in the anticipation guide. You'll need to come in and take the quiz that you missed during flex or before or after school.
Today we got our whole class novels for 3rd Term and our bookmarks. We worked on our book reports (because last class ended up being a snow day) and then we started the anticipation guide and began discussing in tables.
Three-time Spartan Beast. Utah Jazz fan. Cougar. Aggie. Pioneer. Orangeman. Colt. Teacher. Avenger. Earthbender. Jedi. Hero of the Lance. Guardian of the Galaxy