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LA11: American Lit and Comp Monday, March 15 th , 2010
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Monday, March 15 th Today’s Objectives: Students will use their understanding of cause and effect to illustrate the chain of events that take place in the first half of Act I of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. Students will use critical viewing skills to connect historical/cultural context information with the actual presentation of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. Students will practice reading with voice and fluency.
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Monday, March 15 th Today’s Agenda Read Act 4 of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible .
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Note To Absent Students PLEASE FINISH READING THE CRUCIBLE IN YOUR TEXTBOOK! ALSO, MAKE SURE YOU HAVE
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Unformatted text preview: COMPLETED THE WRITING TASK FROM THE WEEKEND- DUE TUESDAY! Monday, March 15 th Homework for Tonight: If you have not finished typing the final draft of your responses to the essential question homework from last weekend, do so! DUE TOMORROW! Remember to use your codename on your final draft. Agenda For This Week Tuesday Finish The Crucible Writing preparation: A look at your weekend homework Block Day 1 st half: prepare for timed writing 2 nd half: TIMED WRITING. Lab is reserved for those who want to type. Friday Watching the made-for-TV version of Raisin in the Sun...
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