Monday– I gave you time to work on your Siddhartha ch 1-3 guides.
Tuesday– out due to unforseen circumstances! I have left you your unit identifications for the Indian Lit unit. This is in lieu of doing a presentation since I am out. Finish these by the end of class. I will be giving you a mystery ten quiz on your unit IDs tomorrow.
Wednesday– Passes back essays and conferenced with students; mystery 10 quiz over Tuesday assignment.
Thursday– Discussion over chapters 1-3 of Siddhartha; read chapters 4-5 [“Kamala” “Samsara”] by Monday.
Friday– Today we will look at an animal fable from ancient India. It’s from the Panchatantra and it’s called “Numskull and the Rabbit”.
I’m not going to give out study guide questions in class, but if you want to go back and look at the text and verify your understanding, the text and SQ are below 🙂
Activity: translate the moral lessons given in verse in the story into everyday language. HW if not finished, along with chapters 4/5 in Siddhartha.
Monday– quiz on part 2 of In Cold Blood.
Tuesday– out due to unforseen circumstances! Read through the packet I have left for you. It has essential information about how to go about a rhetorical analysis. When you are done reading your packet, get the assignment sheet from the sub. You are ONLY creating an intro paragraph and ONE body paragraph. Oh and annotating the prompt. I’ll be back tomorrow and we will talk about the part 2 quiz, and the plans ahead for class.
Wednesday– Group discussion of last ICB quiz; intro Capote modeling writing assignment
Thursday– Field Observations for Capote writing assignment! Product due 11/4. Bring ICB to class tomorrow.
Friday– I planned a whole thing on rhetorical analysis and then forgot I promised you a reading day. HA! Classic Reg. So, we will save that for Monday, post quiz. Today, catch up on reading chapter 3, “The Answer”. Turn in your RA intro and one body para. HW: begin working on your creative Capote modeling [Pope writing]. Focus on your style. Take risks with your writing! Use delicious words! Stylistic fragment? OK!