Huck Finn Introduction Packet P.8.docx

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3) How far are you willing to go to help a friend in need? 4) How do you distinguish between what appears to be true and what actually is true? 5) How do you respond when you are judged based on your appearance? Core Values: Students will COMMUNICATE by writing and speaking clearly and effectively in an appropriate manner. RL 1,3, 6, MA 8.A "Huckleberry Finn took the first journey back. He was the first to look back at the republic from the perspective of the west." -F. Scott Fitzgerald
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SY 2015-2016 Huck Finn Reading Schedule P.8 2 GV Syllabus and Reading Schedule for Term 2/3* As we plot out our literary adventure through Huck Finn , fill in this chart to help you keep track of the readings and when there is an assignment or test due. Some of your assignments are all put in for you. *Schedule is subject to change due to the discretion of the instructor. Students are responsible for amending the schedule and handing in work on the dates assigned in class. This is only meant to act as a guide and organizational tool for student learning. In the case of SNOW DAYS, stay true to the schedule! I will amend the assignments, but the reading, assignments and journals are still due as noted. We will have 20 minutes every class to read. This only happens if we get our work done. If you don’t use the time you won’t get it! Assigned Reading In-Class Agenda Test/Assignment Monday 1/4 Civil Disobedience: HD Thoreau Huck Finn distributed Civil Disobedience Reading and Activity CD: Journal CD: Activity Wednesday, 1/6 Non-Fiction Article Non-Fiction Article Huck Finn Vocabulary #1 H: Read NF Article for Friday Friday, 1/8 In Class reading of Huck Finn. Introduction to Huck Finn Mid-Term Activity #1 Finish Vocabulary if Needed Mid-Term Reading Huck Notes Tuesday 1/12 Huck Finn Chapters 1- 5 Mid-Term Activity #2 Huck Finn Activity #1 Review Mid-Term Activity Homework Huck Finn Activity #1 Thursday, 1/14 In Class reading of Huck Finn. Mid-Term Review Activity Huck Vocabulary #2 Mid Term Review Huck Vocabulary #2 Independent Reading Project Due!!! Monday, 1/25 Huck Finn Chapters 6- 10 Discussion of Chapters 1-10 Huck Finn Activity #2 Chapter 1-5 DJ Due Wednesday, 1/27 In Class reading of Huck Finn. Satire Satire Worksheet Friday, 1/29 In Class reading of Huck Finn.
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