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Category: Fig. 19 Eng II

Reading/Comprehension Skills.
Students use a flexible range of
metacognitive reading skills in both
assigned and independent reading to
understand an author’s message.
Students will continue to apply
earlier standards with greater depth
in increasingly more complex texts
as they become self-directed, critical
readers. The student is expected to:
(A) reflect on understanding to
monitor comprehension
(e.g., asking questions,
summarizing and
synthesizing, making
connections, creating
sensory images); and
(B) make complex inferences
about text and use textual
evidence to support

Plans for the Week of 9/14-9/18

Monday- Quiz, Finish Skills Review (types of irony & context clues) Project assigned. Presentation is due Friday.

Tuesday- Work in class on “Mary Maloney’s Trial” project (writing portion) with partners.

Wednesday- Methods of persuasion, closing arguments

Thursday- Testing

Friday- Project presentation- closing arguments for Mary Maloney’s murder trial. Defenders and prosecutors will read their persuasive essays to the jury.

English II Plans for the Week of 9/7-9/11

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

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