Levels of Understanding

Level 4

~ I can do this on my own without help.

~ I can explain how to do this.

~ I can teach someone else how to do this.

 

Level 3

~ I can do this on my own without help.

~ I can show that I understand how to do this.

 

Level 2

~ I can attempt this on my own, but I will need help to complete this.

~ I can show what I’ve achieved so far with this.

 

Level 1

~ I can identify the task and goal, but I’m not sure I understand this.

~I can understand the task and goal, but I’m not sure how to start this.

 

Yellow/Purple

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 Writing Endurance:

  “Would you rather be a giant hamster or a tiny rhino?”


I Have/ Who Has


Continue with Lesson 2 – Practice two focus questions and responses


Poster Project:

Essential question:   How does an author build structure throughout the text?

Work continues on Friday…


 

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Writing Endurance

Which is more powerful, reading or writing?

 


 Structure:

is similar to…

feels like…

looks like…

is the opposite of…

 

Structure

Is similar to

Feels like

The opposite of

looks like

Synthesize

Lesson 2 – Meeting Louie and Chapter One

OYD:

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Add to your journal (wherever you have empty space) 

“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”  ~Jim Ronan

 




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Get ready for: Writing endurance exercise

Writing Endurance Intro

Write for five on: (remember this goes in the back of your journal)

Would you rather only be able to whisper or only be able to shout?


 

Draw a line under your next entry in the main part of you journal.

Title: Lesson Two: Meeting Louie and chapter 1 (add to table of contents)

“I can identify elements of the writing process that an author uses to create a story.”

~Read Prologue:


 

 How does the author build structure in the text?

tone

imagery

conflict

setting

organization

characterization

dialogue

word choice

irony

themes

foreshadowing

symbol

figurative language (simile, metaphor, personification, idiom, alliteration)

Allusion

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Unbroken – Lesson 1

In your journals:

  • “I can analyze and synthesize 12 documents to establish a cause and effect relationship.”

  • Do Now: What is WWII? How did it start?

  • Task of the Day: Brief class presentation of causes of WWII followed by a Gallery Walk. During the Gallery Walk you will fill out a graphic organizer.

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  • EXIT Ticket (on back of graphic): How is America changing in 1941?

TKAM Characters

  • Scout (Jean Louise Finch) – Narrator of the story.scout finch pic

  • Atticus Finch  – Maycomb attorney (lawyer) who is assigned to represent Tom Robinson. A widower, Atticus is a single parent to two children: Jem and Scout.

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  • Jem (Jeremy Atticus Finch) – Scout’s older brother who ages from 10 to 13 during the story. He is Scout’s protector and one of her best friends.jem

  • Calpurnia – The Finchs’ African American housekeeper. She grew up at Finch’s Landing and moved with Atticus to Maycomb. She is the closest thing to a mother that Scout and Jem have. One of the few Negroes in town who can read and write, she teaches Scout to write.Calpurnia jem and scout

  • Walter Cunningham, Sr. – One of Atticus’ clients and father of Scout’s classmate Walter. Walter Sr. pays Atticus with goods rather than money.

  • Walter Cunningham, Jr. – One of Scout’s classmates. Jem invites him to have lunch with them after Scout accosts Walter on the playground.walter jr. thumnail

  • Uncle Jack Finch – Atticus and Aunt Alexandra’s bachelor brother who comes to visit every Christmas. He is a doctor who, like Atticus, was schooled at home.

  • Little Chuck Little – One of Scout’s classmates who stands up to Burris Ewell in defense of Miss Caroline.

  • Miss Caroline Fisher – New to teaching and to Maycomb and its ways, Miss Caroline is Scout’s first grade teacher.

  • Burris Ewell – One of Bob Ewell’s children. He attends school only one day a year. He is cruel to the teacher and is sent home the first day.

  • Aunt Alexandra  – Atticus’ sister. Aunt Alexandra lives at Finch’s Landing, the Finch family homestead, but she moves in with Atticus and the children during Tom Robinson’s trial. She is very concerned that Scout have a feminine influence to emulate.

  • Boo Radley (Mr. Arthur Radley) – The mysterious neighbor who piques the children’s interest. They’ve never seen him and make a game of trying to get him to come outside.

  • Nathan Radley – Boo Radley’s brother who comes back to live with the family when Mr. Radley dies.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Radley – Boo and Nathan Radley’s parents.

  • Dill (Charles Baker Harris) – Jem and Scout’s friend. Living in Meridian, Mississippi, Dill spends every summer with his aunt, Miss Rachel Haverford.the three kids in the night at the radley gate

  • Miss Rachel Haverford – Dill’s aunt who lives next door to the Finches.

  • Miss Maudie Atkinson – One of Maycomb’s most open-minded citizens, Miss Maudie lives across the street from Jem and Scout. An avid gardener, she often spends time talking with the children — especially Scout — helping them to better understand Atticus and their community.miss maudie

  • Miss Stephanie Crawford – The neighborhood gossip.

  • Mrs. Henry Lafayette Dubose – A cantankerous, vile, elderly woman who teaches Jem and Scout a great lesson in bravery.

  • Francis Hancock – Aunt Alexandra’s grandson. He taunts Scout about Atticus, getting her in trouble.

  • Old Tim Johnson – The mad (rabid) dog that Atticus is called upon to shoot. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Zeebo – The town garbage collector who is also Calpurnia’s son. He’s one of four people who can read at the First Purchase African M.E. Church.

  • Mrs. Grace Merriweather – A devout Methodist, Mrs. Merriweather writes the Halloween pageant.

  • Mrs. Gertrude Farrow – The “second most devout lady in Maycomb” belongs to the local Missionary Society.

  • Tom Robinson – The black man who is accused of raping and beating Mayella Ewell.atticus and tom

  • Helen Robinson – Tom Robinson’s wife.

  • Link Deas – Tom and Helen Robinson’s employer. He makes sure that Helen can pass safely by the Ewells’ after Tom is arrested.

  • Bob Ewell – The Ewell patriarch (male head of the family), Bob Ewell spends his welfare checks on alcohol. He claims to have witnessed Tom attacking Mayella.bob ewel 2

  • Mayella Violet Ewell – 19-year-old daughter of Bob Ewell. She accuses Tom Robinson of rape.mayella face

  • Reverend Sykes – The pastor at First Purchase African M.E. Church. He helps Jem and Scout understand Tom’s trial and finds seats for them in the “colored balcony.”

  • Judge John Taylor – The judge at Tom’s trial. He appoints Atticus to represent Tom.

  • Mr. Horace Gilmer – The state attorney (lawyer) representing the Ewells.

  • Sheriff Heck Tate – Maycomb’s sheriff.

  • Mr. Braxton Bragg Underwood – The owner, editor, and printer of The Maycomb Tribune. Although he openly dislikes blacks, he defends Tom’s right to a fair trial.

  • Dolphus Raymond – Father to several biracial children, Mr. Raymond lives on the outskirts of town. When he comes into Maycomb, he pretends to be drunk.

  • Cecil Jacobs – A schoolmate of the Finch children, he scares Jem and Scout on the way to the Halloween pageant.

  • Miss Gates – Scout’s second grade teacher.

  • Lula – A parishioner at First Purchase African M.E. Church who is upset when Scout and Jem attend services there.

  • Eula May – The local telephone operator.

  • Mr. Avery – A boarder at the house across from Mrs. Dubose’s.