Monday- SAT Vocabulary Practice
Tuesday- Reading Practice: Irony – 3 types
Wednesday- Begin “The Monkey’s Paw”- vocabulary and illustrations in interactive notebooks
Thursday- Read “The Monkey’s Paw”
Friday- Finish reading “The Monkey’s Paw”; Begin Plot Analysis
September 7th- LABOR DAY HOLIDAY!
September 8th- Alfred Hitchcock video of “Lamb to the Slaughter” (compare/contrast)
Homework (due Friday, 9/11): Police Report and Crime Scene drawing for “LttS”
September 9th- Universal Screener and Kahoot review of “LttS”
September 10th- Literary Devices in “Lamb to the Slaughter”
September 11th- Test over “Lamb to the Slaughter” and The Roundtable Game
Monday- Set-up our English Interactive Notebooks. Introduce vocabulary for “Lamb to the Slaughter” (discuss context clues, parts of speech, synonyms and antonyms) Homework: Vocabulary Practice is due Friday.
Tuesday- Plot Analysis (activity in Interactive Notebook). Begin reading “Lamb to the Slaughter” together as a class.
Wednesday- Finish reading “Lamb to the Slaughter” followed by discussion. Work on finding text evidence to support answers to discussion questions.
Thursday-Complete “Plot Analysis” in Interactive Notebooks
Friday- Answer questions on “Lamb to the Slaughter” with partners.
Getting to know you…
Monday- Symbolic Sculpture and presentations, school supply list and contact information will be sent home. School supplies are due by Monday, August 31st.
Tuesday- Survivor (collaborative activity) and presentations
Wednesday- Thrively.com Student Assessment: What is your child’s genius? Every child has a genius – that combination of passion and unique strengths in which they absolutely thrive. It’s Thrively’s mission to uncover that genius in everyone!
Thursday- Brainstorm, design, and create a symbol of who you are using various artistic medium. “Our class is the best… hands down!”
Friday- (Pep Rally Schedule) What to expect in English II this year? We will learn my class expectations, procedures, and policies. Classroom twitter topic: What went right this week?