Classwork 10/15-10/19 10/15 Do Now Pretend you are writing a story similar to The Monkeys Paw, where a genie is granting 1 wish. What conflict will you create? What can go wrong? A lonely teenager wishes to
be wanted. A child whose dog has died wishes to have the pet back. A video addict wishes to become part of the game. A teenager wishes their parents would leave them alone.
A clumsy teen wishes to become a varsity sports superstar. An older sibling wishes they didnt have an annoying little brother/sister. 10/15 Agenda o Journal- Conflict
o Part III assessment o Listen to The Monkeys Paw for plot elements o Complete Plot Diagram The Monkeys Paw Part II and Part III SWBAT analyze the conflict by answering an assessment question. Assessment: Part II 1. Explain how the information from the man from Maw and
Meggins supports the theme of the story. How did the Whites interfere with fate? p113, L271-281 2. Make a prediction. What may happen in Part III? What do you think the Whites might do with the remaining 2 wishes? Assessment: Part III 1. Cite 3 examples of imagery. What feeling does the imagery create. p115, L344-353 2. What lesson, if any, did Mr. & Mrs. White learn? P116,
L385-391 10/16 Do Now o Use three vocabulary words in sentences. 10/16 Agenda
Do Now: Vocab Sentences Practice and Apply Watch the movie, The Monkeys Paw Complete study guide Practice and Apply p. 118 Analyzing the Text # 1, 6, 7 Critical Vocabulary 1-4 Practice and Apply 1-5
The Monkeys Paw Movie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugjegclLNhM The Monkeys Paw Test Tomorrow!! Use your study guide to prepare for the test tomorrow!
10/17 Do Now o Study for 5 minutes. 10/17Agenda o Do Now: Study for 5 minutes. o Successfully complete the test. o Begin Superstition Project Monkeys Paw Test 30 points
o Multiple choice # 1-10- 2pts ea o Short Answer, PICK 1- 10 pts o Answer, Cite, Explain, 7 sentences 10/18 DO Now Write two facts you learned about your chosen superstition. Superstitions, Amulets, and Talisman
Period 1-2 - 6oc3t0 Words to Know Superstition (n): a widely held belief based on fear and custom and not based on scientific fact. Amulet (n): charm; brings good luck and protection. Talisman (n): object thought to have magical powers bestowed by its
creator. SWBAT research & write an informative essay in google classroom document Holding your breath when passing a cemetery Something old, something blue The wedding veil protects bride from evil eye
Trick or treat on Halloween Step on a crack Blessing someone who sneezed Birds as omens CURSE OF THE WHITE DEER Superstitions
Black Cat/Lady Bugs Friday the 13th OR #13 Spilling Salt Walking under a ladder
Breaking a mirror Knocking on Wood Opening an umbrella indoors Breaking a wishbone
Webquest Select & Research a topic. In Google Classroom, click on assignment Superstitions, Amulets, and Talisman and create a document (slides or doc). Research your topic and take notes. Write 2 paragraphs about your topic: explore the origin and history of your subject. 7-10 sentences/paragraph
If it is a superstition, describe how it began, where, and why. If it is an amulet or talisman, be sure to include the power or protection the object provides the owner. Provide a photo (at least 1) Include an MLA citation at the bottom of the entry 10/19 Do Now What new interesting facts did you learn about your superstition yesterday?
10/19 Agenda Do Now: new facts Go over rubric Conference
Turn in Reading counts Rubric: 30 Points (formative) Focus (5):
Paragraphs have a topic sentence and details to support it. Content (10): 2 well-developed paragraphs filled with facts about the topic. Correct & Accurate Information, No Plagiarism! Citations: MLA complete citation at the bottom of page
Organization (5): Details ordered logically and transitions provided Style (5): Variety of sentence type and language: simple, compound & complex Clear, concise, and formal language, 3rd person POV At least one photo for visual appeal Conventions (5): punctuation, spelling,
capitalization, etc. Project Timeline Day 1: 1. Select a subject to research & Create google document 2. Conduct your research and use suggested sources or find your own. 3. Add citations (at least 1) to google document. 4. Read through sources & Take notes in your notebook. 5. Look for photos to add to this document. Day 2: Write 2 paragraphs (Dont forget to revise & edit)
Day 3: Finish & submit!!! Research: create document in 1.Click on assignment: Google Classroom Superstitions 2.Click on create 3.Click on Docs or Slides 4.Click on document to open and
begin (do not rename!) 5. Cite resources. MLA Citation: -Use research tool in tool menu in your Google document to cite sources. Under your chosen source, there is a icon for cite. Click it and the full MLA citation will appeal at the bottom of your page below the line.
OR USE CITATION MACHINE!!!! Parenthetical Citation Tigers are the largest of the big cats but have many features in common with their feline cousins. Although some tigers are only between 240 and 350 pounds, some tigers can be as large as 600 pounds and as long as 12 feet (Tiger). Despite their impressive size, tigers are very vulnerable. Habitat loss is partly to blame for the dwindling tiger population as the clearing of forests for farming and
timber has led to the destruction of 93% of the tigers environment (WWF). Parenthetical Citation When using multiple sources, you need to add citations within your paragraphs to identify the sources. See choices below: Author: (Williams) Article Title: (Tigers) Website: (WWF)
1. Finish day 1 2. Write rough draft 2 paragraphs in notebook without using source, only notes! Dont forget to revise & edit! 3. Add citations (at least 1) to google document. 4. Look for photos to add to this document. 5. Use Plagiarism Checker!!!!!!! Day 3: Finish & submit!!! Project Timeline Day 3: Finish & submit!!! Review Rubric
Period due @ 9am on Monday 10/22 Use Plagiarism Checker & Citation Maker!!! Amulets and Talisman Rabbits foot Horseshoe Four leaf clover Scarab Ankh amulet Aper
Eye of Horus or Ra Mezuzah Seal of Solomon Gris-Gris Omamori DREAM CATCHER Hamsa or Hand of Fatima Pentacle or pentagram Agimat
BIRTHSTONES/GEMS Excalibur Bloodstones The Hand of Glory Crucifix Medicine bag Sources: Amulets and Talismans http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Amulets.aspx http://www.mummies2pyramids.info/religion-culture-magic/talisman-and-amulets.htm
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amulet https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talisman Parenthetical Citation When using multiple sources, you need to add citations within your paragraphs to identify the sources. See choices below: Author: (Williams) Article Title: (Tigers) Website: (WWF)
Parenthetical Citation Tigers are the largest of the big cats but have many features in common with their feline cousins. Although some tigers are only between 240 and 350 pounds, some tigers can be as large as 600 pounds and as long as 12 feet (Tiger). Despite their impressive size, tigers are very vulnerable. Habitat loss is partly to blame for the dwindling tiger population as the clearing of forests for farming and timber has led to the destruction of 93% of the tigers environment (WWF).
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