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Tuesday 5.12.15

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Tuesday 5.12.15
Independent Reading
Please read silently for 15 minutes.
Quote Analysis
"Outward judgment often fails, inward judgment never."
--Theodore Parker


"My failures have been errors in judgment, not of intent."
--Ulysses S. Grant


Roots Practice
Review the roots and related words in preparation for practice exercises.
Personification Presentations
Viewers: you will receive post-its. At the top of each post it, put "To: Presenter's name From: Your name"
(But obviously with real names). Then, write a note about something positive you noticed about the presenter's story. At the end of each presentation, the post-its will be given to the presenter.

Presenters: do your best! Project, read with feeling, don't rush!

Freak the Mighty
Today, we will read Chapter 4.

After or during reading, I would like you to write down three THICK questions on what you've read. Remember, THICK questions are those you have to think about to answer or even may not be able to answer. Strive to write this kind of question. If the answer to the question is in the text, or if it is likely to be in the text in the next chapter, it is not a good question.
Which root word am I?
To Kill a Mockingbird
Now, we will read Chapter 4. As we read, write down three THICK questions you have about the text. Remember, THICK questions are those you have to think about to answer or even may not be able to answer. Strive to write this kind of question. If the answer to the question is in the text, or if it is likely to be in the text in the next chapter, it is not a good question.
Appeals Project
You have the remainder of class to create your advertisements.
Please consult the rubric and your notes on the appeals to ensure you receive the grade you would like.
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