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FRIDAY September 26, 2014
Transcript of FRIDAY September 26, 2014
In your assigned group, work to break the story down into parts and MAP it onto the blank plot diagram you've been given.
All members must copy the story elements onto their plot diagram. Choose someone from your group to share out to the class.
Include today's date: 9/26/14
Copy the quote and author correctly.
"Freedom is the core of all human progress. It believes that nothing's given to us, but if you're willing to work hard. If you're willing to compete, the American dream is there for you."
-Connie Mack IV
Complete your quiz silently and independently.
Any communication with other students will result in a zero.
Read or quietly draw when you are finished. Take out your book now if you plan to read.
I will collect all quizzes when everyone is finished.
Signal your readiness to move on by turning your quiz over on your desk.
Freytag's Plot Triangle
Look back at your WIZARD notes. We went over all the parts of the plot diagram, but let's review them. Here's an example from Cinderella. Note that the "Exposition" is called "Introduction."
We will have a quiz on Monday. Let's prepare.
Turn to page 10 in your packet. Underline each adverb. Draw an arrow to the word it modifies. Finally, write what question it answers.
Now let's look at page 11. Look at the section labeled "Identifying Adverbs." Now, underline the adverbs, draw an arrow to the modified word, and write what question is answered on the line.
Let's continue reading from page 31. As we read, we will make predictions on our chart. Have your predictions chart out on your desk.
Now we'll work on the questions on page 28. There is a place for you to write your answers in the packet. Work independently and then we will share.
Finally, we'll map the story onto a plot diagram.
FRIDAY September 26, 2014
So, what does freedom have to do with competition. And what does each have to do with America?
Music Video Friday
When you get the lyrics, copy the artist and title onto your paper.
1. Study the lyrics like a poem. Make a claim about what you believe the song is about. Use three pieces of evidence to support your claim.
2. Watch the video. Make a claim about whether the video coincides with, contradicts, or doesn't relate to your interpretation of the lyrics.
So, one person will volunteer to share how they made someone's day this week. Then, that person will share about the way they made someone else's day, etc. until we have heard from everyone.