1. Close read of the article from yesterday.
2. Time to answer questions individually.
Due tomorrow. Finish what you need to.
1. The sub handed out an article with questions. Read through the article and answer the reading questions that follow. On the back there is an "essay" question that you can answer in the space provided.
Finish the assignment from class. It is due tomorrow.
1. Reading questions on Google Classroom.
2. Fill out character chart for Eliezer, Schlomo, and Dr. Mengele.
1. Reading quiz! If you were absent, see me to make it up.
2. Conflict chart. We started charting the different conflicts Elie faces in Night. You can find a copy in the absent bin.
3. Word worksheet. Like the one we did for To Kill a Mockingbird, you will find a word you don't know from the sections we've read so far and do 11 activities to get to know the word.
Finish reading section 3 (not all of you did!). Find 4 more conflicts to add to your conflict chart.
1. Finished the Nearpod activity from yesterday. You can complete a self-paced version below.
2. Read chapter 3.
Finish reading chapter 3. Quiz tomorrow!
Welcome back! Hope you enjoyed your 4-day weekend!
1. On your character chart, add at least 3 quotes from section two that describe Madame Schachter.
2. Nearpod on Google Classroom about how setting can affect mood or tone. This includes virtual travel, so if you were absent, you're going to want to see it!
1. Classroom: We read an excerpt from a book titled Hitler Youth: Growing up in Hitler's Shadow by Susan Cambell Bartoletti. This gives an idea of what it was like to grow up in Nazi Germany and the pressures to conform to the Nazi agenda.
2. After reading we watched a video of students like you discussing the text. Then you answered the reading questions found after the article. (Remember AXES!)
Finish reading questions from today. If you didn't finish the 4 reading questions from yesterday, be sure to complete those tonight as well.
We will be testing tomorrow, so come to school well rested and fed!
1. Finish writing your AXES paragraph from yesterday. You're responding to one of the sentences from the figurative language activity on Classroom.
2. Cornell notes on Irony.
3. Answer the 3 reading questions for section one. The questions can be found on Google Classroom. You will answer each in the AXES format.
Finish reading questions. Due tomorrow.
1. We reviewed the answers to the figurative language activity.
2. AXES paragraph handout. You will be writing short responses to questions, and an AXES paragraph is a format to make sure you fully respond to the question. We did an example as a class and you will write your own tomorrow.