Warm up: Grammar Review 2
I handed back vocab quizzes today and went over them.
We are no longer doing posters on the "Letter from a Birmingham Jail." Since you've had two days already, today was the last day to work on your reading role. Your papers will be due in class tomorrow.
Tomorrow, we will play a grammar review game as a class to prepare for your final on Wednesday or Friday. (First period, your order is flipped and we played the review game and will finish our close read tomorrow.)
Finish your reading role.
Warm up: Grammar Review
Day 2 of time to work with "Letter from a Birmingham Jail" by MLK. You will have time next week to put together your information the three of you found in the letter into a poster. Your poster should be similar to a one pager, as in, the whole page needs to be filled in an artistic way.
Work on your job if you are behind.
Extra credit is due soon!
Warm up: Subordinating Conjunctions Practice
I switched up the final assignment for the semester today. We didn't have time to do all the work needed for the speeches I wanted you to write and deliver so instead we are focusing on fully analyzing Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "Letter from a Birmingham Jail". You and your group will select the roles of General Analyst, Diction Detective, and Rhetorical Reader. You will take these worksheets and turn them into a poster, demonstrating MLK's effectiveness in writing this letter.
You have time in class today, tomorrow, and Monday to read through the letter to get as much information as possible from it. Then you will start your poster Tuesday and finish it after our grammar exam on the day of finals.
Warm up: It seems as though the warm up from yesterday was ignored... so we have the same one today! Subordinating Conjunctions
We are getting ready to read "Letter from a Birmingham Jail" written by Martin Luther King, Jr. As a prereading activity, we are going to look at some vocabulary found within the text. To start, we will take a pretest, to see how familiar these words are to you. Then we will grade the test together, so you can see the answers. You will then have time to review and practice with the words for a time on Quizlet before we play a game with them.
None. (But I still need those packets!)
SUB DAY. I'm out at a training today but this is the agenda for class today:
Warm up: Subordinating Conjunctions
The sub should hand you a packet of activities to practice with the rhetorical appeals, ethos, pathos, and logos. Instructions and definitions are throughout the worksheets, so if you are sure to read those, you shouldn't have any trouble.
Finish if not done in class.
Warm Up: Grammar: Subordinating Conjunctions
Today we did a Nearpod activity to learn the rhetorical appeals, ethos, pathos, and logos. If you were not here or would like to review, you can do a self paced version by clicking the link below:
VOCAB QUIZ! If you were abesent, its YOUR responsibility to make up the quiz!
Today was spent finishing up the Reading Roles on "Ain't I A Woman?" by Sojourner, Truth. Your role was either General Analyst, Diction Detective, or Rhetorical Reader. This should have been finished at the END OF THE PERIOD!
None. (Unless you didn't finish today, then you need to do that!)