Standards: SL1, SL2, L1, L4, L6
1. Collect remaining essays.
2. Assign groups with colors (related to stickies they will use this unit).
3. Review Dangling Modifiers by going over graded worksheet 78 from Oct. 5.
4. Think/Pair/Share Essential Questions, p. 102.
5. Unpack Embedded Assessment 1, p. 102.
6. “How is My Perspective Shaped?” discussion (p. 103).
7. Stop light: Archetype, Feminist, Marxist with post-its.
8. Archetypes Induction.ppt activity (c:\mine\Lit Analysis).
9. Heroic Myth Index test.doc.
Standards: L1, L4, L6, SL1, SL2
1. Chunking to Imitate--grammar of the greats intro lesson 1 REV.pptx.
2. Unscrambling to Imitate - grammar of the greats intro lesson 2 .ppt.
3. Combining to Imitate.docx; grammar of the greats intro lesson 3.pptx.
4. Read the last paragraph on p. 103 and write the name of the film (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone) at the top of page 104.
5. Show clips 28:50-46:00 AND 2:14:00-2:23:59 and have students quickwrite about one character.
6. Show the clips again and have students think-pair-share the questions on page 104.
Standards: L1, L4, L6 SL1, SL2, SL4, SL5
1. Brushstrokes Intro.pptx.
2. Participle Brushstroke .pptx.
3. Record definition and example of brushstroke in notebook.
4. Visualizing Archetypes activity (p. 104) in groups.
5. Discuss “Check Your Understanding” question in large group
Standards: W2, W4, W9, W10, L4, L6, SL1, SL2
1. Worksheet: participle-ws-2.pdf (page 2).
2. Gallery Walk as individuals (My Fair Lady Pictures for 2.3.pptx).
3. Think/Pair/Share bulleted questions on p. 106.
4. Have groups review placement of sticky notes on stop light and make any necessary adjustments.
5. Go over “Explanatory Writing Prompt, p. 106, and have individual students write a response to hand in.
6. Work on vocabulary, due Monday.
Standards: RL1, RL2, RL4, RL7, RL10, W2, W4, W9, W10, L3, L4, L5, L6
1. Review Dangling Modifiers with Ruby worksheet 11GE2017.pdf.
2. Review “Setting a Purpose for Reading,” p. 107, and have students read “Pygmalion and the Statue,” pp. 107-108, marking words and elements of Pygmalion’s character.
3. Re-read story and answer questions 1-5 and “Check Your Understanding,” pp. 108-109.
4. In groups, discuss answers.
5. Individually, read directions on page 110 for “Language and Writer’s Craft: Summarizing” and write a summary of Ovid’s myth to hand in.
6. Work on vocabulary assignment, due Monday.