Monday, August 31, 2009

Objective: Students will know how to find the etymology of a word and all parts of a plot.

1. CAT6 Activity: Zero Period has to make up #4 too
2. Discuss Etymology of a word
3. Complete Vocab Etymology
4. Plot Notes
5. Complete all parts of vocab. Due tomorow.
6. Outside Book. You should have one picked and should be reading each night.

Friday, August 28, 2009

Objective: Students will edit two narrative essays and complete vocabulary assignment from yesterday.

1. Get folder and lit book for 100 point check.
2. CAT6 #4
3. Two volunteers to bring up essays from weblockers.
4. Complete vocabulary
5. HW: Write the last two paragraphs of your essay. It's due on Tuesday.

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Thursday, August 27, 2009

Objective: The students will know what denotatation and connotation of words are. They will also share student intro paragraphs for peer/teacher editing.

1. CAT6 #3
2. Discuss MLA Format
3. Sample Intro Pararaphs
4. Discuss how to fomat Dialogue in their narative.
5. Contents Vocabulary

HW: Write paragraphs 2 and 3 of Narrative (be ready to share.... WEBLOCKERS)

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Objective: The students will begin writing their narrative essay using The Inverted Triangle Format Intro.

1. Turn in signed Weblockers Policy for 100 points.
2. CAT6 #2 (share email with students)
3. Discuss writing prompt for narrative essay.
4. Inverted Triangle Format notes.
5. MLA Format
6. Begin Writing Essay Intro Paragraph. Due typed and saved to Weblockers on Thursday.

Folder due in class on Friday for points. Must be organized.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Objective: The students will know the elements of a good narrative essay, discuss the narrative properties of A Hero's Story, and take a REAL HARD QUIZ!

1. CAT6 #1
2. Folder Prep:
WE (Writing Exercises)
3. Web Page and Heros Story Quiz
4. Discuss and turn in Hero's Story Active Reading
5. Narative Essay Notes
6. Weblockers Policy Downloud/Sign/Return

Monday, August 24, 2009

Objective: The students will know the six levels of reading and the expectations of active reading.

1. Intro and roll
2. Active Reading Notes
3. Hero's Story active reading
4. Complete story for homework

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1. 1 inch folder
2. 5 dividers
3. paper
4. Blue/black pens
5. Pencils for tests
6. High lighter
7. Glue Sticks
8. Outside reading book (Honors from Honors List)