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ELA Week 1

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Transcript of ELA Week 1

Week 1: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday
Tuesday, August 25th

Wednesday, August 26
Friday, August 28th
Warm Up:
Please be sure you have your pencils sharpened and all your materials and assignments ready. Our helpers will pass out a copy of the
Back to School survey
to you; begin working on it quietly, thoroughly, and independently. Once you have finished #1-22 on the Back to School survey, you may read silently at your seat. Thanks!
Homework check:
Get out your signed syllabus forms.
I will go around the room to see if you
completed your first homework
assignment.
Grading: Homework counts as 10 % of your overall Language Arts grade; “starting point” is 100% if turned in on time & 75% if it is late; you have one week from the date the assignment was assigned to complete it and turn it in. If, after that week, you have chosen not to do so, you will receive a zero.
Tonight’s Homework: Tuesday, August 25, 2015
WRITE THIS IN YOUR AGENDA!


READ for a minimum of 20 minutes!
Please have your school supplies ready ASAP.
Select three of the questions from your Warm Up activity (the Back to School survey) to respond to on the back of the page. For each question, you are to write a paragraph explaining/elaborating on the topic; three questions selected = a three paragraph response. Your response is to be carefully written, using correct grammar & conventions.

Complete the Unit 1 Glossary of Literary Terms if you have not already done so
Warm Up:
Please be sure you have your pencils sharpened and all your materials and assignments ready. Begin working on the
Reading Attitude survey
quietly, thoroughly, and independently. Once you have finished, you may read silently at your seat. Thanks!
Homework Check:
Take out your Back to School Survey questions/3 paragraphs

Grading-100% if turned in on time, 75% if it is late; you have one week from the date the assignment was assigned to complete it and turn it in. If, after that week, you have chosen not to do so, you will receive a zero.)
Review/correct the Parts of Speech/Genre Pre-test

“Seventh Grade” by Gary Soto
Blue reading book, page 250-255
Plot:
How do the events in the story influence a main character’s actions?
Which events are most important in propelling the plot? What would happen if the author chose not to include those events in the story?
Describe the relationship between the story’s setting and conflict. What impact does the setting have on the conflict?
the events that make up the story. Includes exposition, conflict, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution.
Dialogue
:
Focus on the use of dialogue. Provide examples of dialogue that are key to understanding the conflict or characterization.
The conversation between characters in a work of literature.
Language that is not intended to be interpreted in a literal sense
Style:
How does the use of
figurative language
techniques make the story seem more authentic?
Narrative Perspective
This story is told from a third-person limited point of view.
What would be different about this story if it was written from Victor’s point of view?
What are the limitations of first person point of view?
the vantage point or voice from which a story is told (First Person - the narrator is involved in the action and
speaks as “I”, Third person – the narrator is outside the story and uses “he,she”)
Additional Text-Based Questions:
Which quote from the selection supports the theme “Life is Not Fair”?
According to the selection, why does Victor want to study French so diligently?
How does the dialogue between the teacher and Victor impact the plot?
Which sentence best describes how story events influence a Victor’s actions?
How does the ending of the story resolve the central conflict?
Homework:
READ for a minimum of 20 minutes!
Review your responses from today’s Warm Up activity (the Reading Attitude survey) and think about yourself as a Language Arts student. On the back of that worksheet, or on a separate sheet of paper, use the friendly letter format (that you’ve known since elementary school ☺), and craft a letter to me about yourself as a reader/writer/thinker (R/T/W). In addition to containing the appropriate friendly letter components, your letter should consist of three well-written paragraphs.
1st paragraph: What are your strengths as a R/T/W? What do you think you do well?
2nd paragraph: What are some areas/suggestions for improvement that you’d like to focus on as a R/T/W that you’d like to have me help you with?
3rd paragraph: What is one thing you’d like me to know about you as a person?
Classwork:
Unit 1 Glossary/Literary Terms-you are to complete using prior knowledge and/or the blue textbook glossary. Pgs R1-R5
Classwork:
Diagonstic Pre-test
Review/correct Unit 1 Glossary of Literary Elements
-Take out your Unit 1 Glossary of Literary Elements Sheet. Let's do a quick review. You will use this throughout the year so keep it in your binder
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