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Day 09- March 8 - You need to have your cause and effects...

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LA11: American Literature and Composition Monday March 8 th , 2010
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March 8 th , 2010 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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March 8 th , 2010 Today’s Agenda: Recap: Use your Cause/Effect Charts to refresh your memory- What happened in Act 1 Last week? Finish Reading Act 1, Begin Reading Act 2
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Unformatted text preview: You need to have your cause and effects flow chart with you!! Add as you see fit. March 8 th , 2010 Note to Absent Students: Please make sure you have finished reading Act I- it is in your textbook on pages 1258-1287. If you would like to schedule a time to come in and watch the film, please do so. Agenda For This Week Tuesday/Wednesday (30-40 minutes classes) Finish Act 2 Thursday/Friday (1 hour, 20 minute classes) Read and Watch Act 3 Writing Activity- Essential Questions *Next week, we will finish the Crucible and complete your timed writing!...
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