Q2 FINAL EXAM DAY WORDLE PROGRESS CHECK Todays Goals: 1.Review Assignment 2.Read/Annotate Q2 Independent Read Novels (make progress) 3.Create Novel Wordle Summary (submit by the end of class today) Due Date Reminders On my website under Honors Assignment Calendar
Read, annotate and print your WWH chart of the novel. Due: January 9/10 (Block) Must submit WWH chart to Turnitin.com by January 9/10 (Block) Complete a test specific to the novel: January 9/10 (Block) Annotation Reminders Required number of annotations Minimum of 200 are required! Number as you go! Books with 100 200 pages: should have a minimum of two annotations per page.
Books with 200 300 pages: should have a minimum of one annotation per page. Books with 300 + pages: should have a minimum of one annotation for every two pages. ANNOTATION BOOKMARK * Thematic topic (and what it is) ? (I dont understand) If you question something, you must answer it later LT (Literary term) from the master list
Foreshadowing Flashback Allusion Personification Symbolism Irony Simile Metaphor Understatement Hyperbole
V (Vocabulary): You must define the word Highlight (Quotes): You must explain why that quote is significant-only 10 highlights will count as annotations! Dont forget to number your annotations!! Instructions for Critical Reading Chart
You will find at least 10 examples of literary terms (from the master list from the beginning of the year) that contribute to a theme of the book. On a separate piece of paper, type up a chart that explains the following: The What: Term and definition that inspires the theme (number each one) The Where: Quote that proves this theme-and citation (Author last name page). The How: Importance of this literary term to a theme of the entire book Title is the theme you focus on It must be typed and submitted to turnitin.com by 11:59pm the same day as your annotations Example from To Kill a Mockingbird: Title (statement of theme): The presence of poverty impacts every
Title (statement of theme): The presence of poverty impacts every generation. What: Term and definitio n Where : Quote (with citation ) How: Importance to a chosen theme text (not just the sentence you found it in) 1. Allusion:
An indirect of passing reference to some event, person, place or artistic work. Maycomb county had recently been told that it had nothing to fear but
fear itself (Lee 2). The phrase Nothing to fear but fear itself comes from the inaugural address of President Franklin D. Roosevelt in early 1933. Therefore, the reader is able to conclude that the beginning of this novel is set in the summer of 1933-during The Great Depression-which is referenced multiple times throughout the story. Atticus later explains to Scout that the Cunningham family was greatly impacted by the Great Depression because they were farmers. Examples include when Walter Jr. is invited over and is impressed with the roast he is served, and Mr. Cunningham- who must pay Atticus for his legal work with food instead of Any Questions? Ask NOW
By The End of Class: 1.Make progress reading/annotating your novels 2.Create a WORDLE that summarizes what you know SO FAR about your Q2 Independent Read novel (manage your time wisely to do these things) What is a WORDLE? Requirements Words must come together to create a symbol/image that is SIGNIFICANT to your novel (can represent theme/character/setting) Color choices must connect with your novel (can be symbolic)
Must use a minimum of 30 words or phrases LARGER WORDS= title, author, main characters, setting smaller words= symbols, theme topics, figurative language present, plot points, emotional response words, descriptive words COLLECTIVLEY, YOUR WORDLE MUST SERVE AS A SUMMARY OF WHAT YOUR HAVE READ SO FAR WORK OPTIONS: Read/Annotate, Create WORDLE (due at the bell)
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