October 26, 2017

October 26, 2017

OCTOBER 26, 2017 Daily Bellwork AMERICAN LITERATURE: ENGLISH 11 Learning Target: Demonstrate an understanding of how Poe uses gothic style, mood, and imagery in The Pit and the Pendulum Success Criteria: I can explain how Poe uses gothic style, mood, and imagery in The Pit and the

Pendulum Bellwork Question: What are 2 torture methods that are being used on the narrator? WESTERN CIVILIZATION: ENGLISH 10 Learning Target: Demonstrate an understanding of plot, themes, characters, and literary elements in The Black Cat Success Criteria: I can identify and explain plot,

themes, characters, and literary elements in The Black Cat Bellwork Question: How did the narrator feel NOVELS Learning Target: Identify and explain the significant plot points in chapters 1-4 of A Separate Peace Success Criteria: I can identify and explain the significant plot points in chapters 1-4 of A Separate Peace

Bellwork Question: What does Finny tell Gene when they are at the beach? AMERICAN LITERATURE Learning Target: Demonstrate knowledge of themes and literary elements in The Pit and the Pendulum Success Criteria: I can write thoughtful statements pertaining to the themes and literary

elements in The Pit and the Pendulum Bellwork Question: Explain 3 ways that Edgar Allan Poe uses imagery in The Pit and the PIT AND THE PENDULUM QUIZ What are 5 ways that the narrator is tortured? (should be 2-3 sentences for each instance of torture) How does Poe use mood, imagery, and gothic style in the story?

Please include specific details. (should be 2-3 sentences for each literary element) Explain the ending of the story. Bonus Question: Find similarities between Pit and another short story we have read in class. Think about themes, plot, characters, literary elements, and setting. (1 point per similarity- up to 5

ENGLISH 10 Learning Target: Read and understand The Black Cat Success Criteria: I can participate in reading the story and answering critical thinking questions about The Black Cat Bellwork Question: What happens to Pluto?

NOVELS Learning Target: Analyze characters and plot in A Separate Peace Success Criteria: I can answer critical thinking questions about characters and plot in A Separate Peace Bellwork Question: What role does Gene briefly play for the crew team? AMERICAN LITERATURE 10/30

Learning Target: Practice thoroughly annotating a text in order to deepen understanding of text. Success Criteria: I can thoroughly annotate a text in order to enhance my understanding of that text. Bellwork Question: What is annotation/talking to the text? WESTERN CIVILIZATION 10/30

Learning Target: Demonstrate an understanding of The Black Cat Success Criteria: I can answer critical thinking questions about The Black Cat Bellwork Question: What happens at the end of the story? NOVELS 10/30 Learning Target: Analyze Genes behavior with and without Finnys

presence. Success Criteria: I can think critically about Genes behavior in different scenarios (with and without Finny) Bellwork Question: What are the 2 ways that the Devon boys are able to contribute to helping out during the war? AMERICAN LITERATURE: 10/31

Learning Target: Practice thoroughly annotating a text in order to deepen understanding of text. Success Criteria: I can thoroughly annotate a text in order to enhance my understanding of that text. Bellwork Question: What is your favorite Halloween memory? WESTERN CIVILIZATION: 10/31 Learning Target: Discuss plot, themes, and characters in

The Black Cat Success Criteria: I can discuss plot, themes, and characters in The Black Cat Bellwork Question: What is your favorite Halloween memory? NOVELS: 10/31

Learning Target: Develop ideas about significant plot points and characters in A Separate Peace Success Criteria: I can answer critical thinking questions about the significant plot points and characters in A Separate Peace Bellwork Question: What is your favorite Halloween memory?

AMERICAN LITERATURE: 11/1 Learning Target: Demonstrate an understanding of the author background information for The Story of an Hour Success Criteria: I can demonstrate an understanding of the author background information for The Story of an Hour Bellwork Question: What are 3 ways that you can annotate a text?

WESTERN CIVILIZATION: 11/1 Learning Target: Practice using vocabulary terms in context with the short stories Success Criteria: I can practice using vocabulary terms in context with the short stories Bellwork Question: Did you enjoy Poes style of writing? Explain.

NOVELS: 11/1 Learning Target: Use independent reading strategies to further understanding of A Separate Peace Success Criteria: I can use independent reading strategies to further understanding of A Separate Peace Bellwork Question: What is the winter carnival?

AMERICAN LITERATURE: 11/2 Learning Target: Demonstrate an understanding of the literary terms in The Story of an Hour Success Criteria: I can demonstrate an understanding of the literary terms in The Story of an Hour Bellwork Question: What are 2 things you learned about Kate

Chopin? WESTERN CIVILIZATION: 11/2 Learning Target: Demonstrate an understanding of The Black Cat Success Criteria: I can ace a quiz on The Black Cat Bellwork Question: How does the narrator feel about the new cat?

NOVELS: 11/2 Learning Target: Discuss chapters 5-8 in A Separate Peace Success Criteria: I can discuss chapters 5-8 A Separate Peace Bellwork Question: Who is the first Devon boy to enlist? AMERICAN LITERATURE: 11/3

Learning Target: Read The Story of an Hour Success Criteria: I can read and discuss The Story of an Hour Bellwork Question: Why does Kate Chopin write about womens rights? TURN IN BELLWORK WHEN YOURE FINISHED

WESTERN CIVILIZATION: 11/3 Learning Target: Demonstrate an understanding of the vocabulary terms Success Criteria: I can ace a quiz on the vocabulary terms Bellwork Question: Whats your favorite vocabulary term? Explain.

TURN IN BELLWORK WHEN YOURE FINISHED NOVELS: 11/3 Learning Target: Discuss chapters 9-13 of A Separate Peace Success Criteria: Discuss chapters 9-13 of A Separate Peace Bellwork Question: Did you enjoy the book? Explain.

TURN IN BELLWORK WHEN YOURE FINISHED AMERICAN LIT: 11/8 Write this in your Writers Notebook: Learning Target: Demonstrate knowledge of The Story of an Hour Success Criteria: Ace the quiz Quickwrite #2: Recall a time that you have felt

oppressed in your life. Was it because of age, gender, race, etc? Describe the situation and reflect on how that made you feel. WESTERN CIV: 11/8 Write this in your Writers Notebook: Learning Target: Read the new short story for the project Success Criteria: Choose my group and short story for the project

Quickwrite #2: What type of partner will you be during this group project? Write about the goals you have for SHORT STORIES FOR PROJECT The Leap By the Waters of Babylon Tepeyac

How Much Land Does a Man Need? Games at Twilight A Visit to Grandmother A Problem The Street of the Canon

Civil Peace The Garden of Stubborn Cats One Thousand Dollars NOVELS: 11/8 Write this in your Writers Notebook: Learning Target: Understand the guidelines for the character analysis

Success Criteria: Choose a character for the character analysis Quickwrite #2: Which character in A Separate Peace resonated the most with you? Did you like/dislike the character? What made them stand out to you? Explain. AMERICAN LIT: 11/9 Write this in your Writers Notebook: Learning Target: Understand guidelines for SSR Project Success Criteria: Choose option for SSR Project

Quickwrite #3: Free write! Choose from your list of Writing Territories if you are stuck WESTERN CIVILIZATION: 11/9 Write this in your Writers Notebook: Learning Target: Read the new short story for the project Success Criteria: Choose my group and short story for the project

Quickwrite #3: Free write! Choose from your list of Writing Territories if you are stuck NOVELS: 11/9 Write this in your Writers Notebook: Learning Target: Organize your thoughts for the character analysis essay Success Criteria: Begin rough draft Quickwrite #3: Free write! Choose from your list of

Writing Territories if you are stuck AMERICAN LIT: 11/10 Write this in your Writers Notebook: Learning Target: Gather information on F. Scott Fitzgerald Success Criteria: Take notes on the video Quickwrite #4: Who is your favorite author? Why? What is something that they wrote that you enjoy?

WESTERN CIVILIZATION: 11/10 Write this in your Writers Notebook: Learning Target: Complete notes for short story project Success Criteria: Begin outlining poster for short story project Quickwrite #4: What short story did you choose? Did you enjoy it? Explain.

NOVELS: 11/10 Learning Target: Write a draft for the character analysis Success Criteria: Complete rough draft for character analysis Quickwrite #4: How does your character impact the novel? Explain. AMERICAN LIT: 11/13

Learning Target: Locate specific quotes and details for the written assessment of SSR Project Success Criteria: Organize outline for written assessment of SSR Project Quickwrite #5: Free write! Refer to your Writing Territories if youre stuck WESTERN CIVILIZATION: 11/13 Learning Target: Outline poster and book talk for

presentation Success Criteria: Finish outline for presentation Quickwrite #5: Free write! Refer to your Writing Territories if youre stuck NOVELS: 11/13 Learning Target: Peer editing and revision of character analysis Success Criteria: Revise character analysis according to

teacher/self/peer edits Quickwrite #5: Free write! Refer to your Writing Territories if youre stuck AMERICAN LIT 11/14 Learning Target: Demonstrate knowledge of short stories Success Criteria: Ace short story test Quickwrite #6: What short story did you enjoy

the most? Why? WESTERN CIVILIZATION: 11/14 Learning Target: Create poster for short story Success Criteria: Type and print info for short story project Quickwrite #6: What is the climax of your story? NOVELS: 11/14

Learning Target: Work on 2nd draft of character analysis essay Success Criteria: Finish 2nddraft of character analysis essay Quickwrite #6: What are 3 traits of your character? AMERICAN LIT: 11/15 Learning Target: Written assessment of SSR project

Success Criteria: Finish final draft of written assessment for SSR project Quickwrite #7: What option are you choosing for the written assessment? Why? WESTERN CIVILIZATION: 11/15 Learning Target: Create poster for short story Success Criteria: Type and print info for short story project

Quickwrite #7: What character did you choose for the character map? Why? NOVELS: 11/15 Learning Target: Work on final draft of character analysis essay Success Criteria: Type final draft of character analysis essay Quickwrite #7: How does your character differ

from other characters in the novel? AMERICAN LIT: 11/16 Learning Target: Work on creative component of project Success Criteria: Begin outline for creative component Quickwrite #8: What option did you choose? Why?

WESTERN CIVILIZATION: 11/16 Learning Target: Finish putting together presentation Success Criteria: Practice presentation multiple times Quickwrite #8: What role have you had in your group project so far? NOVELS: 11/16

Learning Target: Review for A Separate Peace test Success Criteria: Participate in review for test Quickwrite #8: What is a theme in the novel? *Turn in your essay with worksheet, rubric, all drafts, and peer editing (5th hour tray) and pick up a review sheet (podium) when finished* AMERICAN LIT: 11/17

Learning Target: Work on creative component of project Success Criteria: Finish planning for creative project Quickwrite #9: Do you relate to the main character in your novel? Why or why not? WESTERN CIVILZATION: 11/17 Learning Target: Presentations for short story project

Success Criteria: Present group project and be a respectful audience member Quickwrite #9: What role do you have in your group presentation? NOVELS: 11/17 Learning Target: A Separate Peace test Success Criteria: Ace the test Quickwrite #9: Did you enjoy the novel? Why or

why not? AMERICAN LIT: 11/20 Learning Target: SSR project presentations Success Criteria: Present project and be a respectful audience member Quickwrite #10: Do you enjoy public speaking? Explain. WESTERN CIVILIZATION: 11/20

Learning Target: Lord of the Flies introduction Success Criteria: Participate in novel introduction NOVELS: 11/20 Learning Target: The Joy Luck Club introduction Success Criteria: Participate in novel introduction

Quickwrite #10: Story prediction based on title. READING PROJECT Why is reading important? What do you enjoy reading? Why? What things are not enjoyable to read? Why? How do we change things we have to read in order to enjoy them? What can we do to bridge the gap to reading for enjoyment?

AMERICAN LIT: 11/21 Learning Target: SSR project presentations Success Criteria: Present project and be a respectful audience member Quickwrite #11: What is your family tradition for Thanksgiving? Write a story about a favorite Thanksgiving memory that you have.

WESTERN CIVILIZATION: 11/21 Learning Target: Lord of the Flies introduction Success Criteria: Participate in novel introduction Quickwrite #11: How do you celebrate NOVELS: 11/21

Learning Target: The Joy Luck Club introduction Success Criteria: Participate in novel introduction Quickwrite #11: How do you celebrate Thanksgiving? THE JOY LUCK CLUB PRE-READING ACTIVITY This novel tells the stories of 4 mothers and 4 daughters. The characters

reflect on their past and how it impacted their lives. You are going to do something similar. You are going to write 2 stories today. You will have 10 minutes to write each story. The first story will be a memory that a family member (mom, dad, aunt, uncle, grandparent, etc.) has told you about their childhood. The second story will be a memory from your own childhood that includes the family member you wrote about in the previous story. After writing, you will share your stories with a partner. You will read them to a partner and discuss. You will have time for independent reflection at the

end. ENGLISH 11 11/27 Learning Target: Begin reading The Great Gatsby Success Criteria: Follow along to The Great Gatsby Quickwrite #12: Predictions for the book

ENGLISH 10 11/27 Learning Target: Demonstrate background knowledge of Lord of the Flies Success Criteria: Participate in class discussion about background information Quickwrite #12: Prediction for Lord of the Flies NOVELS 11/27 Learning Target: Begin reading The Joy Luck Club

Success Criteria: Read pages 1-32 Quickwrite #12: Prediction for The Joy Luck Club ENGLISH 11 11/28 Learning Target: Finish reading Ch. 1 of The Great Gatsby Success Criteria: Organize materials for novel

Quickwrite #13: What is the difference between old money and new money? ENGLISH 10 11/28 Learning Target: Begin reading Lord of the Flies Success Criteria: Fill out during-reading guides Quickwrite #13: Who are the main characters? NOVELS 11/28

Learning Target: Continue reading The Joy Luck Club Success Criteria: Demonstrate knowledge of reading Quickwrite #13: What happened in the first 32 ENGLISH 11 11/29 Learning Target: Begin individual reading of The Great Gatsby

Success Criteria: Fill out during-reading guides and discuss with book groups Quickwrite #14: What do we know about Jay Gatsby so far? ENGLISH 10 11/29 Learning Target: Continue reading Lord of the Flies Success Criteria: discuss reading #1 with book group Quickwrite #14: Describe the island that the boys are

stuck on. NOVELS 11/29 Learning Target: Read The Joy Luck Club Success Criteria: fill out study guide as you read Quickwrite #14: Which character do you enjoy the most so far? Why? 1ST HOUR

Group 1: Edward W, James W, Megan D, Jacob C Group 2: Jonathan S, Emma K, Gina B, Alec B Group 3:Jillian S, Haley V, Michael J, Shaun U Group 4: Niko T, Megan S, Brennan H, Sophia K Group 5: Isabella H, Rachel F, De Shawn B, Courtney Group 6: Ryan M, Emily S, Dominic D, Hunter P Group 7: Claudia L, Madison L, Bryce H, Grant J

2ND HOUR Group 1: Kamryn, Kennedy, Marissa, Jack Group 2: Hayden, Rianna, Andrew, Ashley Group 3: Shuai, Katie, Elizabeth, Max Group 4: Steven, Tristan, Connor, Luke Group 5: Caden, Jaime, Julian, Lyndsey Group 6: Cora, Megan, Destiny, Bobby Group 7: Gatlin, Alexis, Garrett, Sam

3RD HOUR Group 1: Peyton, Claire, Connor Group 6: Callie, Gavyn, Sara Group 2: Dijana, Korey, Ana

Group 8: Gwen, Shane, Ethan Group 3: Matt, Kora, Joey Group 4: Emily, Eric, Brail Group 9: Erika, Nora, Nick Group 5: Emma, Jacob, Ej

Group 7: Alyssa, David, Alex Group 10: Tori, Mia, Logan 4TH HOUR Group 1: Eddie, Tabatha, Darren Group 2: Sydney, Zach K, Gabby Group 7: Aaron, Hannah B,

Dylan Group 3: McKenna, Gavin, Cody Group 8: Sunny, Skye, Trevor Group 4: Rachel, DeShaun, Austin Group 9: Nancy, Doug, Donny

Group 5: Tyler, Kenedy, Hailey Group 10: Alyssa, Emma, Emily Group 6: Luke, Zach P, Mark Group 11: Katelyn, Hannah M, Grant

5TH HOUR Group 1: Emily, Nick, Alec, Group 5: Nathan, Dante, Jessica Paige Group 2: Brandon, Alexis U, Tori Group 3: Tre, Nancy, Angela

Group 4: Alexis P, Aaron, Ashlynn Group 6: Melanie, Leah, Tyler Group 7: Kyle, Mitch, Adrianna, Molly Group 8: Alex, Courtny, Haylee Group 9: Vin, James, AJ

ENGLISH 11 11/30 Learning Target: Individual reading of The Great Gatsby Success Criteria: participate in discussion with book group Quickwrite #15: How does the author want the reader to feel about Tom Buchanan?

ENGLISH 10 11/30 Learning Target: Continue reading Lord of the Flies Success Criteria: participate in discussion with group Quickwrite #15: Who is the leader of the group? How is he chosen? NOVELS 11/30

Learning Target: Continue reading The Joy Luck Club Success Criteria: participate in discussion with group Quickwrite #15: What is a tradition that your family participates in that you enjoy? ENGLISH 11 12/1

Learning Target: Continue reading The Great Gatsby Success Criteria: Demonstrate knowledge of text Quickwrite #16: free write ENGLISH 10 12/1

Learning Target: Continue reading Lord of the Flies Success Criteria: Demonstrate knowledge of text Quickwrite #16: free write NOVELS 12/1 Learning Target: Continue reading The Joy

Luck Club Success Criteria: Demonstrate knowledge of text Quickwrite #16: free write ENGLISH 11 12/4 Learning Target: Continue reading chapter 3 of The Great Gatsby Success Criteria: Fill out study guide

Quickwrite #17: Explain the relationship between Tom and Myrtle. ENGLISH 10 12/4 Learning Target: Begin reading 2 for Lord of the Flies Success Criteria: Participate in discussion for reading 2 Quickwrite #17: What is a prediction you have

for reading #2? NOVELS 12/4 Learning Target: Continue reading part 1 of The Joy Luck Club Success Criteria: Create character map for part 1 Quickwrite #17: What is a theme presented in part 1?

PART 1 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS What happened to the twin daughters? How were they lost? Why were the Joy Luck Club aunties so upset when JingMei didnt know what to tell people about her mother? Why was Lindo thought to be owned by the Guangs? Why did her family give her up at such a young age? What is a theme that is present in part 1?

ENGLISH 11 12/5 Learning Target: Discuss chapter 3 bookmark with book group, begin reading chapter 4 Success Criteria: Finish study guide and work on character bookmarks Quickwrite #18: Free write ENGLISH 10 12/5

Learning Target: improve vocabulary skills Success Criteria: Define vocabulary terms for reading #2 Quickwrite #18: Free write NOVELS 12/5 Learning Target: Begin reading part 2 of The Joy Luck Club

Success Criteria: Discussion questions with book group Quickwrite #18: free write ENGLISH 11 12/6 Learning Target: Finish reading chapter 4 Success Criteria: Finish chapter 4 study guide Quickwrite #19: What character do you like best so far? Why?

ENGLISH 10 12/6 Learning Target: Finish reading #2 Success Criteria: Discuss reading with book group Quickwrite #19: How does Jack treat Piggy? NOVELS 12/6 Learning Target: Finish reading part 2 Success Criteria: Discuss part 2 with book group

Quickwrite #19: What did Rose find written in the Bible that she found under the leg of the table? PART 2 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS Is Lindos way of raising her children stereotypic to Chinese culture? Why does Ying Ying criticize her daughter for being so Americanized?

What is the art of invisible strength and does it lead to success? Do you think it was wrong for Lindo to brag about her daughter, or did Waverly just misunderstand her mothers pride in her daughter's accomplishments?

How did the four mothers raise their children differently and what were their flaws? What was the meaning of Ying Yings meeting the moon lady? ENGLISH 11 12/7

Learning Target: Begin reading chapter 5 Success Criteria: Work on chapter 5 study sheet Quickwrite #20: What did Daisy do the day before her wedding? What does that indicate about Daisys true feelings towards Tom? ENGLISH 10 12/7

Learning Target: Begin reading #3 Success Criteria: Work on study guide Quickwrite #20: Which character do you like the best so far? Explain. NOVELS 12/7 Learning Target: Demonstrate knowledge of part 2

Success Criteria: Ace the quiz Quickwrite #20: Who was the only person that thought Jing-meis performance was good? *Study Guide Part 2 due today* ENGLISH 11 12/8

Learning Target: Finish reading chapter 5 Success Criteria: Discuss chapter 5 with book group Quickwrite #21: Describe Daisy and Gatsbys initial reunion ENGLISH 10 12/8 Learning Target: Demonstrate knowledge of novel Success Criteria: Chapters 1-6 Quiz

Quickwrite #21: How is Simon different from the rest of the boys? NOVELS 12/8 N203 for EDP ENGLISH 11 12/11 Learning Target: Read chapter 6

Success Criteria: Complete chapter 6 study guide Quickwrite #22: Explain how money cant buy happiness relates to this story. ENGLISH 10 12/11 Learning Target: Improve vocabulary skills with reading #4 Success Criteria: Complete vocabulary for reading #4

Quickwrite #22: Describe how the assembly ends. NOVELS 12/11 Learning Target: Finish reading part 3 of the novel Success Criteria: Discuss part 3 with book group Quickwrite #22: Who got the missing crab leg? PART 3 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

What does it mean when she eats the pail of ice cream, and does the ice cream itself hold symbolism? Do you think her mother was right and it truly was her fault that the boy next door died? Why was Leana unhappy with her husband , did her mother set her expectations so low? Why is Lena's mother so picky? Why was Waverley's mother unhappy with her daughters favourite restaurant? Did Waverley's mother poison her marriage? Think about the chapter and section headings to these chapters, what do they mean to the reader and what do they symbolize?

ENGLISH 11 12/12 Learning Target: Finish reading chapter 6, begin chapter 7 Success Criteria: Finish chapter 6 study guide Quickwrite #23: Why doesnt Daisy have fun at Gatsbys party? ENGLISH 10 12/12

Learning Target: Finish reading #4, begin reading #5 Success Criteria: Finish study guide for reading #4 Quickwrite #23: How has Ralph asserted his leadership? NOVELS 12/12 Learning Target: Demonstrate knowledge of part 3

Success Criteria: Ace the quiz Quickwrite #23: How did Waverly insult Jing-mei? ENGLISH 11 12/13 Learning Target: Read chapter 7 Success Criteria: Chapter 7 Study Guide Quickwrite #24: Describe the confrontation between Tom and Gatsby in the hotel

*notebooks due tomorrow* ENGLISH 10 12/13 Learning Target: Improve vocabulary skills Success Criteria: Complete vocab terms for reading #5 Quickwrite #24: What is the lord of the flies?

*notebooks due tomorrow* NOVELS 12/13 Learning Target: Begin reading part 4 of the novel Success Criteria: Fill out study guide for the first 2 chapters in part 4

Quickwrite #24: Which character do you enjoy the most right now? *notebooks due tomorrow* ENGLISH 11 12/14 Learning Target: Begin reading chapter 8 Success Criteria: Work on chapter 8 study guide

Quickwrite #25: What happened to Myrtle? Explain. *turn in notebook when finished with quickwrite* ENGLISH 10 12/14 Learning Target: Begin reading #6 Success Criteria: Work on study guide

Quickwrite #25: Why do you think the boys refuse to elect Jack as leader but join his group later? *turn in notebook when finished* NOVELS 12/14 Learning Target: Finish reading the novel

Success Criteria: Discuss end of novel with book group Quickwrite #25: What does Ying-ying want to do for her daughter? *turn in notebook when finished* PART 4 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS What do you think the epilogue of this chapter means?

Who transformed in this novel and in what ways did they change? What do you think of the ending to the book? How do you think that Jing-mei was different when she was then and when she was at the beginning of the book?

Is there a general attitude towards men in this novel? If so, what do you think the attitude was? Which generation of women do you like better and? Why? If you were Jing-Mei, how well could you explain your mother to two strangers that were her previous children?

Which generation of women are stronger? Which themes do you think were present in this story? Name 3. What do you think of the parenting in this novel? Which mother did you like best? Which one did you dislike the most?

What do you think of the characters feelings toward America? How were Americans portrayed by the characters in this book? ENGLISH 11 12/15 Learning Target: Finish reading chapter 8 Success Criteria: Discuss chapter 8 with book group

Quickwrite #26: What happens between Nick and Jordan? ENGLISH 10 12/15 Learning Target: Finish reading #6 Success Criteria: Discuss reading #6 with group Quickwrite #26: What happens to Simon when he returns to the group?

NOVELS 12/15 Learning Target: Review for The Joy Luck Club test Success Criteria: Finish study guide Quickwrite #26: What does Lindo wonder about at the end of the story? *Study Guide Parts 3 & 4 due today*

ENGLISH 11 12/18 Learning Target: Read chapter 9 Success Criteria: Finish chapter 9 study guide Quickwrite #27: Explain Gatsbys funeral. ENGLISH 10 12/18

Learning Target: Review Lord of the Flies Success Criteria: Work on review and participate in discussion Quickwrite #27: Any questions about the book? NOVELS 12/18 Learning Target: Review for The Joy Luck Club test

Success Criteria: Discussion with book group Quickwrite #27: What happens in the last chapter of the book? ENGLISH 11 12/19 Learning Target: Demonstrate knowledge of The Great Gatsby Success Criteria: Ace the test

Quickwrite #28: Did you enjoy the book? Explain. ENGLISH 10 12/19 Learning Target: Demonstrate knowledge of book Success Criteria: Ace the quiz Quickwrite #28: Did you enjoy the book? Explain.

NOVELS 12/19 Learning Target: Demonstrate knowledge of The Joy Luck Club Success Criteria: Ace the test Quickwrite #28: Did you enjoy the book? Explain.

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