Finished watching "The Boy in the Striped Pajamas".
Bring your student ID tomorrow!
Watching "The Boy in the Striped Pajamas" to compare Bruno's experiences with Elie Wiesel's experiences in the holocaust.
Introduced the Night final project. This is a Totally 100 Board. There are 15 options to choose from, each worth a different amount of points. You choose which ones you will complete for a total of 100 points. There are additional rubrics for some of the activities.
This is a major grade. All work should be original. All written work needs to be typed in MLA style; artwork should not be done on lined paper. All digital work can be turned in on Google Classroom under the title "Totally 100 Board - Final Night Project."
You will turn in your Totally 100 Board with your project(s) circled so I know what to look at when I grade them.
This was the only day (2 hours) in class given to work. Final projects are due Monday, April 24. Monday after break.
1. Review of tone.
2. Papers passed back that you will need for the test.
3. Kahoot! review game.
ANNOUNCEMENTS: The test will be 42 questions plus an essay question. Your essay question will be on how Elie has changed throughout the novel, so be sure to study your thinking map from Tuesday.
Night final test tomorrow!
Plot diagram due
Character chart due
Conflict chart due
Study guide crossword due
1. Study guide: crossword! Work on your own and try your best to do the crossword because this is for YOUR benefit. If you copy, you'll be less prepared for the test.
This is due Friday, the day of the test.
1. Create a Venn diagram or double bubble map to show how Eliezer has changed from the beginning to the end of the book. On one side you will have Elie at the beginning, and on the other you will have Elie in chapter 9. In the middle, put ways that Elie has stayed the same. Around the outside of your map, record events that happen in the book that directly change Elie.
2. On the back of your thinking map answer the following question: In chapter 9, Elie sees himself in the mirror for the first time since leaving the ghetto. What would that face say to sum up who he has become?
Study for test.
1. Lesson on tone. This lesson includes video clips, readings, and a worksheet to fill out. You will find the worksheet in the absent bin under the "27" tab for today's date. You will find the reading on Google Classroom under "Tone". The videos can only be access by me, so if you were absent, please make an appointment with me to view them.
2. When you finish with the worksheet, answer the question posted on Google Classroom: What is the tone of Chapter 8? Answer in AXES format. If you answer this late, you need to let me know so I can go back and give you a grade.
Answer the questions to Elie Wiesel's Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech.
1. Read Elie Wiesel's Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech. This assignment includes videos, and an assignment on Google Classroom. Please make sure you see me if you need access to these videos.