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  1. Survey of Literature Daily Agenda and Bell Ringer 2008-2009

  2. Monday, 9/8/08 • Objective: • Students will: organize binders; learn the Cornell Note-taking method. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Why is it important to take notes in class? Respond in at least one paragraph (5-7 sentences). • Check materials/organize binders • Introduce Cornell Notes • Homework: • AVID’s School Supply Drive is this week; for extra credit, bring in any type of school supply to donate by tomorrow.

  3. Tuesday, 9/9/08 • Objective: • Students will: practice taking Cornell Notes. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: • If you could have one wish come true, what would it be? Would you truly be happy if the wish were granted? Think deeply about the effects this wish will have on your life and then write one paragraph about them. Oh the things I would do if… • Collect school supply donations • STAR Note-taking Strategy • Homework: • Extra Credit: bring in school supplies to donate! • Write a one-paragraph reflection for today’s notes.

  4. Wednesday, 9/10/08 • Objective: • Students will: practice taking Cornell Notes. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: A logo is a symbol that stands for a team, company, etc. Create a logo for yourself. Then explain why that logo is appropriate for you. • Collect STAR notes • Ms. V notes • Homework: • Write a one-paragraph reflection for Ms. V notes • For extra credit, donate school supplies for the AVID School Supply Drive

  5. Thursday, 9/11/08 • Objective: Students will practice Cornell Notes. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Today is the anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center. Where were you? What do you remember? Respond in at least one paragraph. • Collect homework • Collect school supply donations • Movie notes • Quiz tomorrow over Cornell Notes • Homework: • Finish your notes (left column and summary/reflection) • School supply donations will be accepted until tomorrow

  6. Friday, 9/12/08 • Objective: • Students will: practice taking Cornell Notes; analyze the benefits of using Cornell Notes. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Write a one-paragraph reflection of your first two weeks in high school. What did you like? What didn’t you like? Problems? • Turn in all five bell ringers when finished • Collect homework & school supply donations • Quiz • Homework:

  7. Monday, 9/15/08 • Objective: • Students will: organize binders; take Cornell Notes. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Describe in detail a conflict that you have recently had. How did you handle it? Did it get resolved? How? Your response should be one paragraph (5-7 sentences). • Quiz make-up by Friday—make an appointment! • Organizing Binders (Agenda/Bell Ringer) • Grades • Pass out books/late passes • Homework: • Read p. 23-25 in your textbook and take Cornell Notes (including left column and reflection/summary)

  8. Tuesday, 9/16/08 • Objective: • Students will: read and analyze a short story. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Status is defined as the standing a person has in a group to which he or she belongs. What role does status play in a group to which you belong, such as at PLJ? What are some things that give a person status? How can you tell that a person has status? What are some benefits of status? What are some possible harmful effects of concern of status? • Quiz make-up by FRIDAY!! • “The Necklace” p. 26 & Reader’s Notebook • Homework: • Finish reading “The Necklace”

  9. Wednesday, 9/17/08 • Objective: • Students will: reread and analyze a short story. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: List five goals that you have for yourself this school year. • Quiz make-ups by FRIDAY • Collect homework • P. 35 Comprehension Check and Questions 1-8 • Homework: • Literary Analysis and Vocabulary Skillbuilder

  10. Thursday, 9/18/08 • Objective: • Students will: reread and analyze a short story; identify plot elements. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Put the following story elements in order: falling action, rising action, climax, exposition, resolution • Collect homework • Finish p. 35 Qs (1-8/Comp Check) • Grammar Review • Homework: Review story elements and “The Necklace” for tomorrow’s quiz

  11. Friday, 9/19/08 • Objective: • Students will: analyze a short story; identify plot elements. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Referring back to “The Necklace,” identify the exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution • Turn in Bell Ringers (stapled) • Quiz • P. 59 Vocab in Action • Homework:

  12. Tuesday, 9/23/08 • Objective: • Students will: organize binders. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: One type of conflict is person vs. person. In one paragraph, describe a conflict that is person vs. person. • Pass back papers • Organize binders/binder check • Quiz make-up by THURSDAY • AIM High Tutoring sign-up Thurs 5-7pm • Homework: • Read “The Most Dangerous Game,” p. 38-57.

  13. Wednesday, 9/24/08 • Objective: • Students will: reread and analyze a short story; define and identify conflict. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: In one paragraph, describe a conflict that would be person vs. nature. • P. 58 Comp. Check and Qs 1-8 • Monday EXPLORE test begins at 8am!! • Homework: • Finish p. 58 questions

  14. Thursday, 9/25/08 • Objective: • Students will: identify and discuss conflict; define terms. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Another type of conflict is person vs. self. In one paragraph, describe a situation that would be person vs. self. • Turn in Bell Ringers (stapled) • Quiz make-ups TODAY! • Monday, the EXPLORE starts at 8am • Tutoring sign-up tonight 5-7pm • Collect homework • Discuss conflict • Define terms • Homework: • Finish vocabulary

  15. Conflict • External: • Person vs. person • Person vs. nature • Person vs. obstacle • Internal: • Person vs. self

  16. Conflict Exposition Rising action Falling action Plot Climax Resolution Protagonist Antagonist Flashback Monologue Dialogue Imagery Setting Characterization Main character Minor character Focus Organization Support Vocabulary

  17. Monday, 9/29/08 • Objective: • Students will: read and analyze a short story. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Why do you think parents often have high expectations of their children? Your response should be one paragraph. • Tutoring—first 15 to return the application • Check homework • Active Reading worksheet • Read “Two Kinds” p. 88-99 • Homework:

  18. Tuesday, 9/30/08 • Objective: • Students will: read and analyze a short story. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Give an example of each of the following: noun, pronoun, verb, adverb, and adjective. • Check homework • Active Reading worksheet • Read “Two Kinds” p. 88-99 (3rd Period) • P. 100 Qs: Comp Check & 1-8 (skip 2) • Homework: • 3rd Period ONLY: Questions on p. 100: Comp Check & 1-8 (skip 2)

  19. Wednesday, 10/1/08 • Objective: • Students will: analyze theme; review grammar terms. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Write the pronouns in each of the following sentences: • 1. Aren’t those the ones you wanted? • 2. Others may seem nicer than Willis, but no one could be. • 3. Someone told me to give this to you. • 4. Most of the books I need for my report are not in the library. • 5. What did you say to him? • Collect homework • Review theme • Major/minor characters • Homework: • P. 101 Vocab in Action & p. 103 Strategies for Building Vocab

  20. Thursday, 10/2/08 • Objective: • Students will: read and analyze a short story. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Write the verb or verb phrase in each sentence. • 1. Ms. Varney wrote a letter of recommendation for Jasmine. • 2. Someone transported Jeff to the hospital by ambulance. • 3. Sarah will now run sixteen miles to practice for the marathon. • 4. Dogs have barked outside every night this week. • 5. A man was living under the expressway for a few years. • Check homework • Short story of your choice • Homework: • Finish reading and identifying the literary elements

  21. Pick a story: “Where have You Gone, Charming Billy?” p. 63 “Marigolds” p. 75 “The Osage Orange Tree” p. 104 Identify: Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution Conflict Theme Protagonist Antagonist Main characters Minor characters Thursday, 10/2/08

  22. Friday, 10/3/08 • Objective: • Students will: read and analyze a short story. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Write the adjective and the word that it modifies. • 1. The doughnut has been called the most delicious accident in history. • 2. To make doughnuts, bakers mixed a pot of dough and rolled the lumpy mixture with a large bottle. • 3. Then they cut round pieces from the dough with a can. • 4. The small pieces of dough were then fried on a crude, homemade stove. • 5. The unusual results, warm and tasty, did the trick. • Turn in Bell Ringers • Finish story analysis • Homework:

  23. Monday, 10/6/08 • Objective: • Students will: review grammar concepts. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Identify the conjunctions in the following sentences: • 1. Snakes have neither ears nor vocal cords. • 2. I wanted to go to the game, yet I knew I should study. • 3. Both Chicago and New York City rank among the 20 most populated cities in the world. • 4. Please drive me either to the bus stop or to the mall. • 5. Bats are not blind, but their vision is extremely poor. • Year book pictures are Wednesday • Turn in homework • Grammar book: • P. 29 Test, p. 39 Test, p. 51 Test • Homework:

  24. Tuesday, 10/7/08 • Objective: • Students will: review the parts of speech. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: An African proverb states, “Do not look where you fell, but where you slipped.” What do you think this means? How does it apply to your life? Respond in at least one paragraph. • Yearbook pictures are TOMORROW • Test on Thursday—review vocabulary • Finish P. 29 Test, p. 39 Test, p. 51 Test • Go over answers • Homework: • Review vocabulary/parts of speech for test on Thursday

  25. Wednesday, 10/8/08 • Objective: • Students will consider how a quote relates to their personal lives. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Lawyer Johnnie Cochran said, “Education…is the key to our salvation. Knowledge is power.” What does he mean? How can this apply to your life? Respond in at least one paragraph. • Turn Bell Ringers in • Test tomorrow—bring a #2 pencil and study vocab • Pictures • Homework:

  26. Thursday, 10/9/08 • Objective: • Students will: apply reading strategies and class vocabulary to a reading selection. • Agenda: • Bell Ringers are DUE • Test

  27. Tuesday, 10/14/08 • Objective: • Students will: build prior knowledge about the Trojan War and mythology. • Agenda: • Test make-up by FRIDAY • Mythology Research Project • Helen of Troy • Homework: • DUE THURSDAY: research for your mythological character (book, story, internet)

  28. Wednesday, 10/15/08 • Objective: • Students will: research mythology; build prior knowledge about the Trojan War. • Agenda: • Mythology Research Project is due Thursday, 10/23 • Movie Questions • Helen of Troy • Homework: • Bring in some type of research on your character (book, internet source0

  29. Thursday, 10/16/08 • Objective: • Students will: build prior knowledge about the Trojan War and mythology; research mythology. • Agenda: • Test make-up by FRIDAY • Mythology Research Project • Research due TODAY • Helen of Troy • Homework: • DUE TUESDAY: a rough sketch of your poster

  30. Monday, 10/20/08 • Objective: • Students will: build prior knowledge about the Trojan War and Greek Mythology; research mythology. • Agenda: • Collect Crossword Puzzle (3rd) • Helen of Troy • Homework: • Research Project is due THURSDAY • Sketch of poster due TOMORROW

  31. Tuesday, 10/21/08 • Objective: • Students will: build prior knowledge about and analyze the Trojan War; research mythology. • Agenda: • College poster drafts • Extra Credit: • Attend Macbeth at Navy Pier Friday at 4:30pm or Saturday at 11:00am, write a two paragraph summary and show me your ticket • Helen of Troy • Questions • Movie • Homework: • Mythology Research Project is due THURSDAY

  32. Wednesday, 10/22/08 • Objective: • Students will: build prior knowledge about the Trojan War; research and prepare presentations on mythology. • Agenda: • Extra Credit: • Attend Macbeth at Navy Pier Friday at 4:30pm or Saturday at 11:00am, write a two paragraph summary and show me your ticket • Helen of Troy • Questions • Movie • Homework: • RESEARCH PROJECT IS DUE TOMORROW

  33. Thursday, 10/23/08 • Objective: • Students will: build prior knowledge about the Trojan War; research and present mythology. • Agenda: • Collect Projects • Presentations 3rd • 8th & 9th Presentations next week • Extra Credit: • Attend Macbeth at Navy Pier Friday at 4:30pm or Saturday at 11:00am, write a two paragraph summary and show me your ticket • Helen of Troy • Questions (due for 3rd period) • Movie

  34. Monday, 10/27/08 • Objective: • Students will: build prior knowledge of mythology. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Did you like the movie Helen of Troy? Should I use it again next year? Explain your reasoning in at least one paragraph. • Extra credit due • 8th & 9th: Movie questions due • Presentations—take notes! • Homework:

  35. Thursday, 10/30/08 • Objective: • Students will: build prior knowledge about mythology; analyze Helen of Troy. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Reflect on the past nine weeks. What have you done well? What do you need to work on? Your response should be one paragraph. • Finish presentations—take notes! • Helen of Troy essay quiz • Homework: • Review notes for quiz • Make sure you bring your book to class

  36. Monday, 11/3/08 • Objective: • Students will: build prior knowledge about Greek mythology. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: List ten believable reasons why a student may not be able to complete his or her homework • Late Passes due by Wed • Report Card Pick-Up • Thurs, 11/15, 12-6pm • Extra credit if you come WITH a parent • 3rd: Finish presentations • 8th/9th: Quiz • Homework: • 3rd: Review notes for quiz

  37. Tuesday, 11/4/08 • Objective: • Students will: build background about The Odyssey. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: What is loyalty? Is it important to be loyal? To family and friends? Explain your reasoning in one paragraph. • Late Passes due by Wed • Report Card Pick-Up, 11/15 • Extra credit if you come WITH a parent • 3rd: Quiz • 8th/9th:“Homer’s World” & “The Epic” p. 887-891 • Homework: • 3rd Period: read p. 887-891 and take Cornell Notes

  38. Wednesday, 11/5/08 • Objective: • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: What is your favorite monster? What science fiction or horror creature do you think is the most unusual or frightening? Explain in one paragraph. • Late Passes due today • Report Card Pick-Up, 11/15 • Collect Homer’s World notes • The Odyssey p. 893 • Homework:

  39. Thursday, 11/6/08 • Objective: • Students will: read and analyze The Odyssey. • Agenda: • Bell Ringer: Odysseus has just met the Cyclops. Predict what you think will happen to him and his men. Explain in one paragraph. • Turn in Bell Ringers (3rd—5, 8th/9th—6) • Report Card Pick-Up, 11/15 • The Odyssey p. 893 • Homework: • Read The Odyssey through p. 913 and do Book 9 questions