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PreIB10: World Literature and  Composition Monday, January 11 th , 2010
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Monday, January 11 th   Today’s Objectives: Students will continue to practice evaluating works of  nonfiction using the 5 steps of analysis. Students will discuss their analysis in a community of  learners in an attempt to broaden their understanding  and compare skills in an effort to help their own  develop. Students will make changes and additions to their  analysis in the journals to reflect participation and  continued thought throughout the seminar.
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Monday, January 11 th Today’s Agenda Socratic Seminar: “Death and Justice”-  bring your J3 to seminar and refer to it  throughout. Read Montaigne’s “Of Cannibals”
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Monday, January 11 th NOTE TO ABSENT STUDENTS 1. You will need to pick up Montaigne’s “Of  Cannibals” and read/annotate it. 1. Comment on “Death and Justice” on the 
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Unformatted text preview: turnitin.com discussion board to make up for today’s missed Socratic Seminar. Monday, January 11 th Socratic Seminar: You should have your J3 (your analysis, written) with you in seminar. Please also bring your article and your “Purpose of Nonficition” handout to aid in discussion. Share your analysis of and reaction to Koch’s article. Was it effective in achieving his purpose? Why or why not? Please feel free to add to your journal (in a different color) to elaborate upon your responses. Monday, January 11 th Homework for tonight: Finish reading Montaigne’s “Of Cannibals.” Come ready to discuss tomorrow! On Deck for Tuesday Discuss Montaigne’s “Of Cannibals” Read Swift’s “A Modest Proposal”...
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