Find the group of desks with your name... sit with that group. Within the first 15 minutes of class, read (or re-read) "Awakening," and then answer this question in your blue book on a page called "Awakening": Why is this chapter called "Awakening"? Use text evidence to support your assertion. Do not use text evidence which uses any form of the word "awakening." BY THIS FRIDAY Bring ON PAPER: Completed, signed log of hours
Signed Final Mentor Verification
Printed-out Senior Project Self-Evaluation (page 23) If you do not have your log of hours ALREADY signed, contact your mentor TODAY. tonight: READ
Be ready for an entry-write in your blue book tomorrow. PLUS: Senior Project Stuff! One of Yesterday's Questions... What was the flaw that Siddhartha identified in Gotama's doctrine? Open two facing pages of your blue book and format them like this: THE FOUR NOBLE TRUTHS 1. 2. then do two more pages with 3. and 4. GOALS:
To understand the essential concepts of the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism.
To adopt a formalist literary perspective to examine how the author, Herman Hesse, structured part one of the novel. Procedure: 1. Read aloud the content of your info sheet about your particular "truth."
2. Together in your team, summarize the essential concepts of your "truth" into the TOP HALF of the corresponding # in your Blue Book Entry.
3. Prepare to teach your "truth" to the class.See the full transcript