Welcome! September 13th, 2017 Wednesday

Welcome! September 13th, 2017 Wednesday

WELCOME! 2017 Do Now SEPTEMBER 13 TH, WEDNESDAY 1.Get out your weekly Bell Ringer sheet and begin working on Wednesdays assignment. Once the bell rings, you will have five minutes to discuss the prompt with

your group. Make sure you stay on task! Remember: Do Now's are INDEPENDENT and QUIET exercises. Thank you What if animals could speak? Presto Plans CHAPTER 25 QUIZZER

Tear a piece of paper in half and give one half to a partner. At the top of your half sheet, you need: Your name The date Class/Block Assignment Title (For today, its Chapter 25 Quizzer) CHAPTER 25 QUIZZER: BLOCK 1/2 When Atticus and

Calpurnia arrive at Helen Robinsons house, some boys are out front playing a game. What game are they playing? CHAPTER 25 QUIZZER: BLOCK 5/6 What does Bob Ewell reportedly say when he

hears about Tom Robinsons TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD: CHAPTER 26 Now, lets read! Im going to read Chapter 26 to the class. As I do so, make sure youre paying attention. Feel free to take notes and/or doodle whatever it is you need to do to make sure you process the story.

CHARACTER MAPS! Because Maycomb is full of so many rich, complex characters, it can be a little hard to keep track of them all. For the next two days, we're going to create character maps that illustrate the complex relationships between the characters in the book so far. For this assignment, your job will be to create a map that includes 20 of the 30 characters we've met so far in the text (listed on your paper). In addition to the character's names, you will need to include at least 20 arrows with labels indicating the relationships between the characters. (For

example, you might draw an arrow between Scout and Dill with "friends, acting partners, fiancs" underneath, or one between Atticus and Tom Robinson that says "lawyer/client".) CHARACTER MAPS! In addition, every character needs some sort of visual element to represent them. For example, Tom Robinson might be a handcuffs, Jem might be a pocket watch or a football, etc. For five central characters of your choosing, provide one significant quote

that tells us something important about their personality or character. Include the quote underneath the characters name along with the page number. Underneath each quote, provide a brief analysis (2-3 CHARACTER MAPS! Scoring Guide: At least 20 arrows with labels to indicate relationships included between 20 characters. (20 points total) A visual representation of 15 characters (15 points total)

A significant quote for five characters (10 points) A brief analysis for each quote (10 points)

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