Mini lesson 10 minutes the packet and how we will use

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______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ Mini-Lesson (10 minutes): The Packet and how we will use it! Don’t expect to finish everything in class. Work together, but don’t waste time! Independent Reading time: (20 minutes) Students will have time to read/ work independently Activity (20 minutes): Symbolism- Chopin’s use of birds is very important. *Key passages to mark for this: beginning of Ch.1, the visions Edna has in Ch. 9, end of Ch. 27 starting with “Well, for instance, when I left her today…”, and the end of chapter 39 starting with “The water of the Gulf stretched out before her…” Use the chart below as a guide. Set one up in your dialectical journal. Explain how Chopin has used the birds to highlight her awakening, how Edna has changed and what the birds symbolize. Quote W/ page# Analysis what they symbolize Chapter 1 (I) Chapter 9 (IX) Chapter 27 (XXVII) Research Paper (20): Proposal Students will be given the Research Paper Proposal paper today and given details on the project.
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The Awakening Syllabus Ms. Gomes Vieira The proposal will be due on Friday, Feb. 6. Exit Question: On a note card - how was the work session today? Did you have enough time for the activities? Homework: Read!!!! Be on track to finish the book by the 23! Work on Proposal. Take a look at tomorrows activities and discussion. Be prepared to participate. Feb. 6, 2015 Do Now: Review Daily Agenda and Curriculum standard for the day. When done, answer the entrance question of the day. Curriculum Standard(s): LS1 DISCUSSION: Students will use agreed-upon rules for informal and formal discussions in small groups. LS12 Fiction: Students will identify, analyze, and apply knowledge of the structure and elements of fiction and provide evidence from the text to support their understanding. Objectives: To Explore and Develop an understanding of symbolism in The Awakening. Entrance Question: What does the clothing you wear mean to you? Is it just what you wear or is it an expression of something deeper? Mini-Lesson : Research Time on the IPADS for the Paper (30 minutes) Discussion 20 minutes): Characterization Edna Students will take notes on Edna in their Journals. Who is Edna? How does she interact with people? Who are her friends and how do people treat her? How is she changing? Assignment (30): Symbolism- clothing has symbolic significance regarding Edna’s journey of awakening. Note mentions of her clothing, the significance of the colors, and its meaning for her journey and freedom (or lack thereof). Add to your chart clothing and the following chapters: Key passages to mark for this: Ch.7 starting with “The two seated themselves…”, Ch. 13 (IMPORTANT), end of Ch. 39 starting “She put it on, leaving her clothing…” Exit Question: On a note card - how was the work session today? Were you and your group able to be productive. Homework: Read!!!! Be on track to finish the book by the 23! February 10, 2015 Ms. Smith will be teaching. Do Now: Review Daily Agenda, Objectives and Curriculum Standard(s)for the day.
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