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Unit 2 Week 3

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Unit 2 Week 3
Do Now
1. Write the following in your notes section.
Homework due 11/16 or 11/17
Feudalism Gallery Walk
I Notice
I Wonder
Ex. A lady with a veil on.
Ex. I wonder if she has similar roles as nuns today.
Agenda
1. Parallelism Notes
2. Paraphrase Video
3. Journal
4. Feudalism Gallery Walk
5.Chaucer Background
6. The Canterbury Tales Prologue
7. Bye-Bye-Blurb
Journal # 2
Describe a long trip you took. Where did you go? Who went with you? Why did you take the trip? Did you enjoy the trip?
Geoffrey Chaucer
- known as the Father of English literature
- considered the greatest English poet of the Middle Ages
- the first poet to be buried in Poets' Corner of Westminster Abbey.
Learning Target
I can paraphrase lines from a complex text.
The Canterbury Tales Prologue
1. Read Pages 144 - 153 aloud
2. Complete letters A-I reading questions
- as you read complete your vocabulary words
Canterbury Tales Vocabulary
1. As you read today complete the following information for:
- courtliness
- sedately
-personable
-accrue
Nun
Title
There was a Franklin with him, it appeared;
White as a daisy-petal was his beard.
A sanguine man, high-colored and benign,
He loved a morning sop of cake in wine.
He lived for pleasure and had always
Bye-Bye-Blurb
Paraphrase the following lines
sanguine - a blood-red color.
Directions: Choose the option that maintains parallel structure in the sentence and write the sentence correctly.
2. Not only did Hank despise the way June chewed with her mouth open, _________ finding her
wet towels all over the bathroom floor.
A. but also disliked
B. but also disliking
C. but he also disliked
3. To protect her delicate hands, Fran will not rake the yard, do the dishes, or __________.
A. refuses to scrub the bathtub
B. won't scrub the bathtub
C. scrub the bathtub
Do Now
1. When Delores realized that her father had made lima beans and rice for dinner, she clutched her stomach, claimed to feel nauseous, and excused herself from the table.

2. Not only did Hank despise the way June chewed with her mouth open, but he also disliked finding her wet towels all over the bathroom floor.

3. 3. To protect her delicate hands, Fran will not rake the yard, do the dishes, or scrub the bathtub.
Homework Due!
Agenda
1. Do Now
2. Review LT
3. ACE Video
4. Canterbury Tales Vocabulary
5. Journal
6. Canterbury Tales
7. Closing - Reading Quiz
I can analyze characters in a complex text.
Learning Today
Canterbury Tales Vocabulary
1. As you read today complete the following information for:
- courtliness
- sedately
-personable
-accrue
- malady
- entreaty
Which of the following fields is more interesting? Why?
-law
-medicine
-culinary arts
Journal
Canterbury Tales Prologue Part 2
1. As you read complete ACED responses for each character
2. Complete the two additional vocabulary
3. Complete the reading analysis questions.
Canterbury Tales Reading Quiz
1. When Delores realized that her father had made lima beans and rice for dinner, she __________, claimed to feel nauseous, and excused herself from the table.
A. clutched her stomach
B. was clutching her stomach
C. did clutch her stomach
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