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TKAM Ch 28-31 quiz and reading log
TKAM Ch 28-31 dialectical journal due
February 21 (Grading Periods ends)
Handout TKAM Essay Prompt/Rubric
TKAM Ch 25-27 quiz and reading log
TKAM Ch 25-27 dialectical journal due
TKAM Ch 22-24 quiz and reading log
TKAM Ch 22-24 dialectical journal due
TKAM Ch 19-21 quiz and reading log
TKAM Ch 19-21 dialectical journal due
TKAM Ch 16-18 quiz and reading log
TKAM Ch 16-18 dialectical journal due
TKAM Ch 13-15 quiz and reading log
TKAM Ch 13-15 dialectical journal due
TKAM reading log
TKAM Ch 10-12 quiz and reading log
TKAM Ch 10-12 dialectical journal due
TKAM Ch 7-9 quiz and reading log
TKAM Ch 7-9 dialectical journal due
TKAM Ch 4-6 quiz and reading log
TKAM Ch 4-6 dialectical journal due
TKAM Ch 1-3 quiz and reading log
TKAM Ch 1-3 dialectical journal due
I explained the dialectical journal assignment in detail and answered any questions students had about this assignment. I then read chapter 1 of To Kill a Mockingbird to them, and we discussed the chapter as we read. We then did a photo analysis assignment. Please see me for this assignment if you were absent.
There was a Link Crew assembly in fourth period. We did a Year in Review assignment in periods 5 and 6. For those who were absent, please complete the following:
1) Go to https://www.nytimes.com/spotlight/learning-article-of-the-day. Browse headlines/articles. Write your choices for top events of 2018. Give 3 possibilities from the news (from these articles) and 2 possibilities from your life.
2) Rank the events in order of importance (1-5). For each event, write a summary explaining why you have ranked this event as you have. Remember that each paragraph should be 3-5 complete sentences. For the news events, please include a link to the articles.
3) Turn this in by sharing the document with me.
We checked out copies of To Kill a Mockingbird from the library. I handed out and explained the reading schedule and handed out the dialectical journal assignment. (These are stapled together.) Students then completed the anticipation guide assignment, which was due at the end of the class period. When students finished the anticipation guide assignment, I explained the dialectical journal assignment to those who had time to start that assignment. Students then had time to work on assignments for another class or to start the dialectical journal assignment.