WEEK 1.5 ANTHEM WEEK 2 DYSTOPIAN LITERATURE CIRCLES

WEEK 1.5 ANTHEM WEEK 2 DYSTOPIAN LITERATURE CIRCLES TEACHER WEEK AT A GLANCE Monday Tuesday Wednesday

Thursday Friday WU: Grammar simple sentences WU: Grammar simple sentences

WU: Grammar simple sentences WU: Grammar simple sentences WU: Grammar simple sentences

Anthem Test (MG) Vocabulary Unit 1 Quiz (DG) Mixed group inference activity Independent inference activity

- After test: begin reading dystopian choice novcel Intro to literature circles - Bookmarks - Reading schedules - Novel groups HW: Watch dystopia video

Read + bookmark part 1 Home Group Inference Activity HW: Study vocabulary unit 1 Inference Mini-Lesson

You will need 1. TURN IN YOUR BM TO THE TRAY 2. Answer document 3. Anthem 4. Dystopian novel 5. Backpacks CLOSED and under your desk 6. Cellphones off and ready to be placed in the back of the room

7. You will need to turn in your novel to me after the test, so if you do not wish to do this, borrow one of mine from the bookshelf MONDAY, 24 SEPTEMBER 2018 WILDCATS WILL APPLY UNITY & FOCUS SKILLS TO TEST OVER ANTHEM FYI

Bring your dystopian novel to class every day! Today is your FIRST major grade this grading period good luck! Sign up for Google Classroom Vocabulary quiz (Unit 1) on WEDNESDAY GOOGLE CLASSROOM Tonight will have to watch a video over Dystopia on Google classroom and take a completion survey

3rd: 8jpjp3 5th:56dxyek 6th: 3nn65x TESTING MUST HAVES Your phone MUST remain in the back of the room until EVERYONE is finished

The test is a CLASS SET You MUST put your first and last name on your answer document You MUST turn answer in capital letters (A,B,C,D) You may use a dictionary at any time and read your novel after the test

TURN IN YOUR NOVELS TO THE CRATE Read your novel when you are finished Turn in your test and answer document to The Table HOMEWORK Watch dystopia video on Google classroom Take the completion quiz after

watching the video 3rd: 8jpjp3 5th:56dxyek 6th: 3nn65x ANTHEM TEST: WHEN YOU FINISH Turn in your test & answer slip to the table. Pick up a bookmark for your novel (read the

title to make sure you get the right one!) Begin reading part 1 of your dystopian novel Part 1 bookmark and reading due Monday, 10/1 CLOSURE: VOCABULARY REVIEW WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING PHOTOS DOES NOT

ILLUSTRATE THE WORD DEDUCE? A D B C MOST MISSED QUESTIONS:

GRAMMAR tree Cypress Woods High School Ms. Kenny lamp seriouslyimportant

pretty table we I quickly test

write The Table grow Simple Sentence Subject +

Predicate = Simple Sentence Noun that DOES the action + the action that is DONE = Simple Sentence Meagan eats a honey butter chicken biscuit.

Meagan eats a honey butter chicken biscuit for breakfast. The ball was thrown by Frank. James and Samantha danced all night. Susan went to the park, and Jill stayed at home. Warm Up Simple Sentences Use the word impetuous in a simple sentence.

A simple sentence is ONE independent clause. Independent means that it can STAND ALONE as a complete sentence. A sentence must include only one subject (noun) + predicate (verb).

In order to use impetuous, you must add another part of speech Which one? Tuesday, 25 September 2018 DLT: Wildcats will identify elements of dystopian literature and read a choice novel to apply unity and focus skills.

What do all these books have in common? What does the word dystopia mean? DYSTOPIAN FICTION A dystopian society is presented under the mask of a UTOPIA (perfect world) Explores social and political structures & issues

Presents a setting that opposes the authors ethical standards Typically serves as a warning to readers on what could potentially happen if something goes unmonitored or unnoticed Inspired by actual social issues and controversial topics

Class Discussion Explain what makes Anthem a dystopian novel and why it has remained popular and relevant for 80+ years. Be thoughtful and think of what already know about dystopian literature and what weve discussed today. Introduction to Literature Circles Reading & lessons are broken up in to 5 Parts

Skills by part - inference, authors purpose, controlling image, summary, theme Reading Schedule & Bookmarks Reading schedule to stay on track Weekly Activities Day 1 - Reading & Discussion Day

Day 2 - Home Groups peers reading your novel Day 3 - Mixed Groups peers reading a different novel Day 4 - Independent Activity on your own Silently Read & Respond Read part 1 of your dystopian novel Answer bookmark questions Part 1 should be finished by October 1

Warm Up Simple Sentence Write a simple sentence using the words petulant and retract A simple sentence is ONE independent clause. Independent means that it can STAND ALONE. A sentence must include a subject (noun) + predicate (verb). Wednesday,

26 September 2018 DLT: Wildcats will apply knowledge and skills to identify words with Greek and Latin roots DLT: Wildcats will read and analyze dystopian literature with a focus on inferencing Vocabulary Quiz 1 Clear your desk of everything except for a pencil & your dystopian novel

Cell phones turned OFF and inside a sleeve in the back No dictionaries during vocabulary quizzes Answer in capital letters Turn in your answer doc to The Table and pick up your pone QUIETLY when youre done Read your dystopian novel until everyone is done

What is an inference? Inference = a conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning Synonyms: deduction, conclusion, reasoning, hypothesis, guess Take what you see (text), apply what you know

(knowledge & experience), and so an inference is made! What can we infer from this image? HOW DID YOU MAKE THAT DEDUCTION? Home Group Activity

Meet your home group introduce yourselves Read the directions on the handout Read the excerpt aloud as a group Discuss as a group what is going on in the novel, what is the meaning of the excerpt, why is it important? Answer the 3 inferencing questions together STOP and turn it in read and answer BM when finished

CLOSURE: DAILY WRITING JOURNAL #1 If you could ask the main character one and only one question, what would that question be? What do you think their reply might be? Make an inference!

Respond in complete sentences. Warm Up Simple Sentences Write 2 simple sentences about your main character in your novel. Identify the parts of speech in your sentences! A simple sentence is ONE independent clause. Independent means that it can STAND ALONE.

A sentence must include a subject (noun) + predicate (verb). Independent clause = complete sentence Independent clauses have subjects (noun that does something) and a predicate (verb) and can stand on their own, making a complete thought. A simple sentence is

one independent clause. Is It or Isnt It? The gameshow where the sentences are made up, but the answers are real! Is It or Isnt It?

he trial will begin begin in in aa few few minutes. minutes. The trial

will IT Is It or Isnt It? The protracted debate.

It Isnt!! Is It or Isnt It? Fear Fearisisaahunter. hunter. It Is!!

Is It or Isnt It? the the slum-sector who Its almost always slum-sector kids kids

fail. who fail. always It Is!! Is It or Isnt It? The teenager texted texted

while while driving driving thought he he was invincible. because teenager

because he thought he was invincible. It Is!! Is It or Isnt It?

Has the provincial idea that women should not work. It Isnt!! Thursday, 27 September 2018 DLT: Wildcats will read and analyze dystopian literature with a focus on inferencing

FYI Part 1 of your novel must be finished by Monday, 10/1 Bookmark 1 will be checked Monday 10/1 Mixed Groups Using your handout from yesterday, today you will meet with a

peer who is reading a different novel than you to make inferences You will swap papers with your partner to complete the mixed group activity Your partner will analyze your controlling image & quote to make an inference about the meaning even though they have not read the novel!

You have 4 minutes to make an inference -> write it down Think of an L2 word that you think is relevant -> write it down Think of a question -> write it down CLOSURE: DAILY WRITING JOURNAL #2 What are two emotions a character has felt up to this point? What was the impetus for the

characters feelings? Were their feelings justified? Respond in complete sentences. Warm Ups Compound Sentence Combine your two simple sentences from yesterdays warm up using a comma + a FANBOY. FANBOYS = FOR, AND, NOR, BUT, OR, YET, SO Yesterdays simple sentences: Equality is curious and intelligent. The

council is corrupt. Compound sentence: Equality is curious and intelligent, but the council is corrupt. Compound = independent clause + ,FANBOY + independent clause Friday, 28 September 2018

DLT: Wildcats will read and analyze dystopian literature with a focus on inferencing FYI Bookmark 1 check Monday Non-fiction connection on Monday & Tuesday Malala (RA) Begin reading part 2 if you finish part 1 over the weekend and are loving it What can we infer about the people who

said the following quotes? Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened. - Dr. Seuss Be yourself; everyone else is already taken. - Oscar Wilde Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that. MLK Jr Independent Inference Activity

Read the article on the back of your activity from Monday and Tuesday Annotate the article by highlighting L1 details (PINK) and writing your L2 connections in the margin Answer the 5 multiple choice questions that follow your article. Label the supporting evidence for each multiple choice

answer with the number of the corresponding question TURN IN your page when you are finished and continue your reading / answering bookmark questions CLOSURE: DAILY WRITING JOURNAL #3 Describe either your least or your most favorite

character so far. Use some great adjectives in your writing! Why do you really like (or really despise) this character? Respond in complete sentences.

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