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Transcript of Week 1
Unit 2 Intro Gallery Walk
Ex. A man holding a lightening bolt.
Ex. I wonder if he has super powers.
Create the a T-Chart
Journal # 1
If you could have a super power what would it be? Why? What are some actions you would take with your power? (flying, super strength, telekinesis, super speed etc.)
Greek Myths: Pandora's Box and
Demeter & Persephone
1. Complete all Individual Task for Pandora's Box
2. Complete Partner Questions for Pandora's Box
3. Complete all Individual Task for Demeter & Persephone.
4. Complete Partner Questions for Demeter & Persephone.
-a traditional story that explains the beliefs of a people about
the natural and human world.
- The main characters in myths are usually gods or supernatural heroes.
- The stories are set in the distant past.
- a traditional story about the past.
- The main characters are usually kings or heroes.
-popularly regarded as historical but unproven.
- Ex. Odysseus from Ancient Greece
- a body of myths and legends from a particular region and culture.
- Some examples are Greek Mythology, Roman Mythology (Unit 2)
- explain how the world was created
Bye-Bye-Blurb # 1
- How does the character react to the situations he/she is in?
- Provide an example of the character's reaction from the text.
- Why does he/she react that way? Do you agree or disagree with their reaction.
- Restate your answer using different words.
- is a noun or noun phrase that renames another noun right beside it.
Example - I asked if I could bring Will, my best friend.
1. Write the following sentences. 2. Underline the appositive phrase. 3) Circle the noun it renames.
1. A female calico, Janet’s cat has won many ribbons.
2. Our family enjoyed our week at our favorite vacation spot, Hawaii.
3. A pioneer of Impressionism, Pierre-Auguste Renior was born in France.
4. In the evening we chat with our neighbors in our front yard, the prettiest on the block.
A female calico
cat has won many ribbons.
2. Our family enjoyed our our week at
our favorite vacation spot
A pioneer of Impressionism
was born in France.
4. In the evening we chat with our neighbors in our front
the prettiest on the block.
Do Now Review
I can evaluate characters in a greek myth.
1. Do Now
2. Review LT
3. Unit Intro Gallery Walk
4. Greek God Video
6. Read Greek Myths.
1. The Civil War began with the Confederate attack on Fort Sumter, a U.S. fort in South Carolina.
2. The fireman bravely carried the baby from the fire, a hero to the bystanders.
3. A ferocious growler, the tiny dog frightened the neighbors.
4. Jack took a bus to the library, the one nearest to his house
1. Write the sentence. Underline the appositive phrase. 3. Circle the noun it renames.
Journal # 2
Describe your mom. What are some things she does for you?
Do you have a close relationship with her? Why or why not?
Ceres and Proserpine
1. Read Ceres and Proserpine part 1 and 2.
2. Discuss part 1 questions with your group.
3. Write down the answers in complete sentences.
4. Complete the graphic organizers with your group.
1. Do Now
2. Review LT
4. Compare and Contrast Video
5. Read Ceres and Proserpine in Flexible Reading Groups.
6. Complete group assignment.
I compare and contrast a myth explaining the same belief.
Bye-Bye-Blurb # 2
How are the events explaining the seasons represented differently in the two myths?
1. Complete a Vinn Diagram that compares Ceres and Proserpine (Roman) to Demeter & Persephone (Greek).
2. Identify the exposition, rising action, climax, falling action and resolution of Ceres and Proserpine.
3. Compete a STEAL (speech, thoughts,effects on others, actions and looks) characterization chart for Ceres.