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Bellwork: Get your binders and take out your Act II Study Guide (blue sheet) and a pencil. Move together with the people you read with before break. Have a conversation about your break. What did you do? Did you enjoy the time? Monday, October 17, 2016 Dont forget: Name, date, class period! Classwork Monday 10/17/16: Finish reading Act II and answer study guide General Questions
#1-13 on a separate sheet of paper. When you are finished, please copy down the next slide on your Cornell Notes that we started before break. Information on the notes includes: Stage directions Mood Exposition Direct and indirect characterization Motivation/Stakes Foreshadowing Objective/Topic 10/17/16:
Students will be able to: Correctly identify and define Tier 2 words. Discuss the plot and characters in The Crucible as both develop in Act II. Discuss Literary Elements used by Arthur Miller in the Crucible. Literary Terms: Q: What is subtext? A: It is the unspoken thoughts and motives of characterswhat they really think and believe. Q: What is dramatic irony? A: When the audience knows something that other characters do not. Q: Can I summarize an example of dramatic irony from Act I? A: The audience knows of Abbys duplicitous behavior as it is played out in her
innocence with her uncle and community, and her underlying passion and drive for John Proctor. Classwork Continued 10/17/16: Complete Important Quotations table on the back of the study guide questions (blue sheet). Be sure to identify the speaker first (include page number in the text) in the first column along with the quotations. What is happening during the speech? What is the subtext (the underlying meaning)?
Bellwork: Sentence Fluency Packet p. 2 Tuesday, October 18, 2016 Dont forget: Name, date, class period! Classwork Continued Tues, 10/18/16: Complete Important Quotations table on the back of the study guide questions (blue sheet). Be sure to identify the speaker first (include page number in the text) in the first column along with the quotations.
What is happening during the speech? What is the subtext (the underlying meaning)? Class Discussion using Numbered Heads Tuesday, October 18, 2016: Each person has a number. When discussing the quotations, I will ask for answers from 1s, 2s, 3s (4s) regarding the speaker, occasion, and subtext. Please be prepared to answer.
Closure Explain Reverend Hales opinions about witchcraft, his own ability to identify witches, his belief about the role of the church in all aspects of life, and his beliefs about the court system. No Class: Wednesday, 10/19/16: PSAT Testing Day Bellwork: Sentence Fluency Packet pp. 3-4
Thursday, October 20, 2016 Dont forget: Name, date, class period! Depth of Knowledge Thursday, October 20, 2016 Please begin a new Cornell Note sheet by completing the top portion along with the Topic/Objectives written below Students will be able to: Identify questions and tasks at each of the DOK levels. Articulate why the use of higher DOK levels
is more beneficial to learning and application in the real world of college and career. Classwork Thursday, October 20, 2016 Watch video https://vimeo.com/20998609 Level 1: Recall and Reproduction Recall a fact, perform a routine procedure, memorizing Level 2: Basic Application of Skills Inferring, two or more steps, interpreting data, acting on the information in some way, relationships Level 3: Strategic Thinking
Developing a plan, abstract, more than one possible answer, reasoning, non routine question, text-to-text connections Level 4: Extended Thinking Investigation and application to the real world, presentations, multiple contexts Sort the following questions by DOK Levels: 1) Trace the changes in Mary Warrens character in this act. You may include these and other events and attitudes which may help your understanding of her character: Mary Warren giving the poppet to Elizabeth; Mary when she is told she can no longer attend the trial; when she reveals her motivation for giving the poppet to Elizabeth; and when John Proctor confronts her.
2) What are the external and internal conflicts in Act Two? 3) Identify the Biblical allusions in Act Two. 4) What does Mary Warren bring home to Elizabeth Proctor? 5) Has your opinion of any of the characters changed in this act? Who and how so? Cite textual evidence for your claims. Sort the following questions by DOK Levels: 6) Describe the relationship of John and Elizabeth Proctor. Explain the change from the beginning of the act to the end of the act. 7) What does Sarah Good do to prevent being hanged? 8) Who says the witchcraft trials are a black mischief? What is ironic
about that remark? 9) State a theme of the play in one sentence. 10) Rebecca Nurse attempted to be the voice of reason in Act One. Is there a voice of reason in Act Two? What evidence do you have to support your assertion? Review answers to DOK sort Question # DOK 1 2, 4, 7
DOK 2 1, 3, 6, 8 DOK 3 5, 9,10 DOK 4 DOK 1: recall, one right answer
DOK 2: Putting together two steps, relationships, inference DOK 3: Explain or justify thinking, more than one possible solution or answer DOK 4: Requires time to think, plan, and reason, connections across content areas, research Practicing questioning skills How do you know that you deeply understand a piece of literature? What can you talk about and do
with regard to the content? Write 3-4 Questions for each DOK level Use a piece of paper folded into four quadrants. Clearly label and write your questions. Be sure to include your name, date, and class period on the assignment. Submit this assignment to the basket. Bellwork: TRY TO THINK OF A SYNONYM FOR THE FOLLOWING WORDS:
IDENTIFY= _________ DRAW = _________ CONTEXT = _________ ILLUSTRATE = ____________ RECOGNIZE = ____________ SUMMARIZE = ____________ Friday, October 21, 2016 Dont forget: Name, date, class period! Topic/Objective Friday, October 21, 2016 Correctly identify and define Tier 2 words. Students will name the criteria necessary for a
group of words to be a sentence. Students will name the three most common sentence errors. Students will identify examples of common sentence errors from non-examples. Class Review of Sentence Fluency Friday, October 21, 2016 What is a . . . ? Sentence Comma splice
Run-on Fragment Class Review of Sentence Fluency Friday, October 21, 2016 Review answers to sentence fluency packet; page 2. 1. subject predicate complete thought or idea
Class Review of Sentence Fluency Friday, October 21, 2016 Review answers to sentence fluency packet; page 2. 2. sense capital letter noun/subject verb Class Review of Sentence Fluency Friday, October 21, 2016
Review answers to sentence fluency packet; page 2. 3. a. Babies cry often. b. The young pitcher threw the ball. c. I am working on this simple exercise. d. The old man slowly wrote a very long letter to the bank. Class Review of Sentence Fluency Friday, October 21, 2016
Review answers to sentence fluency packet; page 2. 4. a. Wildcats lost b. students develop c. dancers were d. team won e. Inception is Class Review of Sentence Fluency Friday, October 21, 2016
Review answers to sentence fluency packet; page 3. 1. comma splice run-on fragment 2. part Class Review of Sentence Fluency Friday, October 21, 2016 Review answers to sentence fluency packet; page 3.
1. F 2. F 3. S 4. F 3. two . . . punctuation 1. Y / R 2. N / S 3. Y / R
4. N / S 5. Y / R 5. F 6. S 7. F 8. S 9. S
10. F Class Review of Sentence Fluency Friday, October 21, 2016 Review answers to sentence fluency packet; page 4. 1. F 2. S 3. CS 4. F 5. S 6. S 7. CS 8. F 9. CS 10. R Final Classwork for Act II Character analysis Find three quotes spoken by a single character and
analyze what their words tell you about them. What is your opinion of this character? Add this to your Cornell Notes when finished with the above task. Q: What is Allusion? A: A reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary work, or work of art. Q: Can you find two examples of Allusion in Act II?
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