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To Kill A Mockingbird
January 23 & 24
January 25 & 26
January 27 & 30
January 31 & February 1
February 2 & 3
February 6 & 7
February 8 & 9
February 14 & 15
February 10 & 13
February 16 & 21
February 22 & 23
February 24 & 27
February 28 & March 1
March 2 & 3
March 6 & 7
Agenda:
Research Events
Scottsboro Boys
Rosewood Riots
Great Depression
Red Summer Riots 1919
Present Events

Seating Chart
Reading Schedule (Honors)
If time, start reading Chapter One in class and pick out unknown vocab.
Read: Chapter 2 & 3
Honors: annotate both chapters
Regular: annotate chapter 3
Terms:
Irony
DCQ
Unreliable narrator
Characterize (Motivation)
Perspective vs POV
March 8 & 9
March 10 &13
March 14 & 15
Standards:
9-10.W.5
Objectives:
Research topics around time period of the book to understand context.
Present the topics to the class.
Identify unknown vocabulary.
Read: Chapter 7 & 8
Honors: Annotate for your idea of Ethos, Pathos, Logos.
Regular: Annotate for emotional appeal.

Terms:
Ethos, Logos, Pathos
Read: Chapter 9 & 10


Terms:
Theme
Paraphrase vs Summarize
Symbol
HW:
Read: Chapter 12, 13, & 14
Standards:
9-10.W.5.
Objectives:
Identify MLA format.
Create MLA citations and reference listings.
Comprehend what it means to annotate a text.
Read Chapter One out loud in class and work on annotating text together in order to ensure comprehension of literature.
Standards:
9-10.RV.3.1
9-10.RL.3.2
9-10.RL.2.2
Objectives:
Understand and be able to use MLA formatting
Analyze the events happening in TKAM
Determine what makes a narrator unreliable.
Portray characters and decipher character motivations.
Standards:
9-10.RL.2.1
9-10.RL.2.2
9-10.RL.2.3
Objectives:
Analyze symbols in a text and how juxtaposition can strengthen them.
Analyze poetry through TPCASTT as a group.
Deconstruct and analyze a poem on your own.
Begin Mock Trial (Honors only)
Standards:
9-10.RL.1 / 9-10.RL.2.1 / 9-10.RL.3.1
Objectives:
Analyze the characters of Calpurnia and Alexandra through juxtaposition in order to synthesize a stance on the women.
Analyze the information we know about Dill in order to synthesize a background story for him and fill out his characterization.
Write a proper DCQ paragraph an support the claim with evidence from the text.
Standards:
9-10.RL.2.1 / 9-10.RL.2.2 / 9-10.RV.3.1
Objectives:
Analyze Atticus's closing argument in order to identify rhetorical devices as well as the structure it has and the impact it allows the speech to have. Diction usage.
Synthesize a verdict from the past few chapters. How are they going to find Tom?
Standards:
9-10.RL.2.1/ 9-10.RL.2.2/ 9-10.RL.2.3

Objectives:
Carry on a discussion analyzing the ending of the novel, the themes, and the symbolism involved.
Standards:
9-10.RL.1 / 9-10.RL.2.1 / 9-10.RL.2.2 / 9-10.RV.3.1
Objectives:
Be able to understand and use the components of TPCASTT.
Look at and construct meanings for different symbols from Part One
Wrap up Part One and ask questions for the future.
Standards:
9-10.RL.2.1 / 9-10.RL.2.2 / 9-10.RL.2.3 / 9-10.RV.3.1
Objectives:
Dissect the literature and piece together what Harper Lee is telling us.
Analyze what is going on and determine how the jury should find Tom.
Standards:
9-10.RL.1
9-10.RL.2.1
9-10.SL.3.2
Objectives:
Understand and be able to identify the station concepts.
Understand Ethos, Pathos, and Logos, as well as identify the concepts in a speech.
Prove knowledge through a quiz.
Standards:
9-10.RL.4.1/ 9-10.RL.2.2/ 9-10. RL.2.3/ 9-10.SL.2.1/ 9-10.SL.2.2
Objectives:
Analyze Allusions present in the text.
Analyze the text BEYOND what it is explicitly stating.
Synthesize conclusions about the book based on implications.
Analyze scenes from the movie companion and synthesize a reasoning for including them.
Standards:
9-10.RL.1
9-10.RL.2.1
9-10.RL.2.3
9-10.RV.2.1
Objectives:
Understand and identify what makes a character unreliable.
Understand and identify character motivation.
Be able to infer ideas implied in the text.
Be able to paraphrase ideas presented in the book.
Standards:
9-10.RL.2.1 / 9-10.RL.2.2 / 9-10.RL.2.3

Objectives:
Understand the difference between describe/explain and use it to
Look at the idea of empathy in the novel.
Mockingbird Symbolism
Objectives:
Understand character motivation
Analyze how characters develop across a test.
Analyze themes across a text.
Standards:
9-10.RL.2.1/ 9-10.RL.2.2/ 9-10.RL.2.3

Objectives:
Create a new book cover for Harper Lee's
To Kill a Mockingbird
which pertains to one of the many themes we have discussed about in this book.
Write a paragraph using quotes that explain why your cover illustrates the theme and how it developed over the course of the book.
Standards:
9-10.W.4/ 9-10.W.3.1
Objectives:
Create an outline for an essay that answers a prompt and argues a point.
Homework:
MLA/ Internal Documentation
Purdue Owl:
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/

In text citations:
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/02/

Book Referencing:
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/06/
Chapter One Annotation
Annotation is what people do in order to interact with the text on a deeper level. In order for us to do this, we need to use either sticky notes or writing in the margins of the text.

While Reading:
Highlight important parts of the text.
Underline text that you find meaningful
Circle words that you don't know. (Vocab tree)
Star text that deals with our Unit Terms
Put a ? next to text that is confusing.
Those who already know MLA:
Citation Wars

Those that don't know MLA:
Book Hunt
MLA/ Internal Documentation
Purdue Owl:
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/

In text citations:
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/02/

Book Referencing:
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/06/
DCQ
Chapter 2 & 3
What did we annotate?
What words are circled?
What do we think is going to be important?
What is related to the terms that we are studying?
What is confusing?

Perspective vs. POV
Characterize/ Character Motivation
Cunninghams v Ewells
Boo Radley

Unreliable narrator
Honors: Perks comparison with Charlie
Regular: How can we identify that Scout is an unreliable narrator?
Read: Chapter 4, 5, & 6
Honors: Annotate Ch. 4 & 5
Regular: Chapter 5

MLA Book Format Worksheet (5 pts)

Terms:
Juxtapose
TPCASTT
Antithesis
Homework
Mac's are better than PC's
Androids are better than iPhones
Human cloning is unethical
Death penalty is a proper sentencing for a crime
Beauty pageants ruin girls' self-esteem
Humans are too dependent on technology
Violent video games cause violent personalities
It's unethical to eat meat
You should feel guilty for killing zombies
Homework:
Perks / Sin of Omission TPCASTT
Round the Room
Homework
small -> whole group
whole group -> pairs
TPCASTT Sin of Omission as a class.

Get into pairs and TPCASTT either the poem from Perks or Robert Frost.
**Warning: Perks deals with suicide**

As a class discuss the TPCASTTs
Important:
Tree, the presents, and the concrete
The house fire.
Station One: Perspective / POV / Unreliable Narrator
Article and Questions. Tell Tale Heart (if time)

Station Two: Vocabulary/Infer & Imply
Write at least 5 NEW Vocab words from ones your group has circled. Don't repeat other groups.
Paraphrase/inference Sheet

Station Three: Character Matching / Motivation
Character Grid
Make Character Cards for Tree
ACUITY
Those who already know MLA:
Citation Wars

Those that don't know MLA:
Book Hunt
Ethos, Pathos,
and Logos
What are these terms?
What is their purpose?
Can you come up with examples for each one?
What did we see in the book that could relate to these terms?

http://pathosethoslogos.com/examples

Follow along while listening to President Trump's inaugural speech and highlight/label moments of Ethos, Pathos, and Logos.
Station Debrief
Quiz
Do your best!

You can do this!
10 minutes to finish stations
10 minutes to debrief
10 minutes to discuss novel.
Extra time:
Talking about the end of Part One,
Reading time,

Honors: Working on research essay.
TPCASTT
Juxtapose & Symbolism
Mock Trial: Part One
Pass out packets and explain the first part of the project. Decide which case you want to do by the end of the hour, write it in your packet, and then fill out the Google Form so that way I can keep track of who is doing what.
Perks/ Atticus comparison (Honors)

Mockingbird/Tim Johnson Symbolism

Symbolism/Juxtaposition of mockingbird/dog.

What do they represent?

Who are people that we can say fit under these symbolisms.
"Sin of Omission"

or Perks Poem
(Warning: Deals with suicide)

Independent Study:
"The Road Less Traveled"
Read: Chapter 11

Terms:
Finish Term Packet
Vocab 7 given
Homework
Agenda:
Honors:
Vocab 7 Quiz
Mock Trial Part 2 (20 min)
TPCASTT-Partners
Wrap up Part One
Themes
Symbolism
Question Tree

Regular:
Vocab 7 Quiz
TPCASTT-Class
Finish Guided Reading Packet
Wrap up Part One
Themes
Question Tree
Symbolism

Homework:
All:
Chapter 12, 13, & 14
Annotate all
Regular:
By Last Name
A-H: Summarize Ch. 12
I-P: Summarize Ch. 13
Q-Z: Summarize Ch. 14
Guided Reading Packet
Honors:
Mock Trial Part 2
Agenda:
Honors:
Mock Trial Part 2 (20 min)
Analyze v Synthesize
Calpurnia v Alexandra (Juxtapose)
Scream Debate on who is better.
Correlate this with MoTr
Characterization: Dill

Regular:
DCQ
Analyze v Synthesize
Calpurnia v Alexandra (Juxtapose)
Venn Diagram
Characterization: Dill
Go over study guide questions

Homework:
All:
Chapter 15 & 16
Annotate all
Regular:
By Last Name
A-M: Summarize Ch. 15
N-Z: Summarize Ch. 16
Guided Reading Packet
Honors:
Mock Trial Part 2
Agenda:
Honors:
Mock Trial Part 2 (20 min-Thesis vs. MI)
Describe v Explain.
Aristotle & Dante Excerpt
Jailhouse describe and explain
Dolphus Raymond
Empathy

Regular:
DCQ
Describe v Explain.
Gallery Walk
2 paragraphs into Classroom
Discuss the jail house scene
Discuss Dolphus Raymond
Empathy
Go over study guide questions

Homework:
All:
Chapter 17 & 18
Annotate all (important parts of trial)
Regular:
By Last Name
A-M: Summarize Ch. 17
N-Z: Summarize Ch. 18
Guided Reading Packet
Honors:
Mock Trial Part 2
Agenda:
Honors:
Mock Trial Part 2 (20 min)
Vocab 8 Given
Socratic Seminar over the trial
Characterize
Bob Ewell, Heck Tate, Mayella
Philadelphia Scene

Regular:
Go over study guide questions
Watch Movie and Answer questions

Homework:
All:
Chapter 19 & 20
Annotate all
Regular:
By Last Name
A-M: Summarize Ch. 19
N-Z: Summarize Ch. 20
Guided Reading Packet
Honors:
Mock Trial Part 2
Agenda:
Honors:
Mock Trial Part 2 (20 min)
Discuss book
Closing argument & Rhetorical Devices
If time: Single Letter Speech Contest

Regular:
DCQ
CHORAL notes closing argument
Discuss book. How should the jury vote?
Go over study guide questions

Homework:
All:
Chapter 21, 22, & 23
Annotate all
Regular:
By Last Name
A-H: Summarize Ch. 21
I-P: Summarize Ch. 22
Q-Z: Summarize Ch. 23
Guided Reading Packet
Honors:
Mock Trial Part 2
Agenda:
Honors:
Mock Trial Part 2 (20 min)
Stations:
Verdict
Jem
Bob Ewell
Society

Regular:
Go over study guide questions
Stations:
Verdict ch, 21
Jem
Bob Ewell
Society

Homework:
All:
Chapter 24, 25, 26 & 27
Annotate all

Regular:
By Last Name
A-M: Summarize Ch. 24&25
N-Z: Summarize Ch. 26&27
Guided Reading Packet

Honors:
Mock Trial Part 2
Agenda:
Honors:
Mock Trial Part 2 (20 min)
Speed Dating

Regular:
DCQ
Go over study guide questions
Speed Dating

Homework:
All:
Chapter 28, 29 & 30
Annotate all

Regular:
By Last Name
A-H: Summarize Ch. 28
I-P: Summarize Ch. 29
Q-Z: Summarize Ch. 30
Guided Reading Packet

Honors:
Mock Trial Part 2

LAST DAY TO TURN IN TKAM WORK:
MARCH 14 & 15
Agenda:
Honors:
Quiz
Mock Trial Part 2 Outline
In Class Chapter 31
Theme

Regular:
Quiz
Go over study guide questions
In Class Chapter 31
Theme

Homework:
Regular:
Study terms and guided readings
Honors:
Mock Trial Part 2 Outline due next class

LAST DAY TO TURN IN TKAM WORK:
MARCH 14 & 15
Agenda:
Honors:
Mock Trial Part 2 Outline Due
Book Covers

Regular:
Book Covers


Homework:
All:
Finish Book Cover if need be

Regular:
STUDY!!!

Honors:
Mock Trial Part 2 RD

LAST DAY TO TURN IN TKAM WORK:
MARCH 14 & 15
Agenda:
Honors:
Go over Prompts
Pass out outlines
Use class hour to come up with essay outline. Thesis required at the end of class. Papers collected for next class.

Regular:
Go over Prompts
Pass out outlines
Use class hour to come up with essay outline. Thesis required at the end of class. Papers collected for next class.

Homework:
All:
Study for Test

Regular:

Honors:
Mock Trial Part 2 RD

LAST DAY TO TURN IN TKAM WORK:
MARCH 14 & 15
Agenda:

Honors:
Timed Essay

Regular:
Timed Essay


Homework:
All:
None
Standards:
9-10.RL.1 / 9-10.RL.2.1 / 9-10.RL.2.2 / 9-10.RV.3.1
Agenda:

Honors:
Test

Regular:
Test


Homework:
All:
None
March 16 & 17
Review
Speed Dating Questions
2. Read the excerpt from
Perks
. How are the two scenes familiar?
3. What are both stories saying about society?
1. What did the tea party discuss and who differed from the main opinion?
4. Why would Tom try to escape when he could have appealed the court's decision?
5. Think about what is special about Tom, would he have actually tried to have escaped?
6. What do the 17 shots tell us? What might have actually happened?
7. What does it mean to stand up for what is right?
8. To what extent should we stand up for what is right?
9. Is it fair that the town relies on Atticus to be their moral center as much as it does?
10. Why wouldn't Jem want Scout to smash the bug/ what can it be compared to?
12. What does Bob mean by, "one down, two to go?" Who are the other two?
13. We have an allusion to Hitler for a second time this year. What is ironic about this reference?
14. Who can we assume is messing around Judge Taylor's house?
15. What is Bob Ewell's personality showing us?
16. What can we infer that he wants to do with Helen Robinson?
17. Look at the scene from the movie that wasn't included in the book. Why would we add this scene?
18. What has happened the previous years on Halloween and what was the answer for it this year?
19. What can this mischief foreshadow?
20. Scout and Jem leave for the school program on their own. Why would this be an important detail for Harper Lee to include in her book?
21. What prediction can we make about the rest of the book? Draw up a conclusion for how you think the open plot lines are going to pull themselves together.
11. Think back to what we know about Mr. Underwood. What does his editorial tell us about him and what can it say about society in general?
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