Thursday, Nov. 3 (A) – Friday, Nov. 4 (B): The Contender Characterization Chart

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Announcements:

  • Make-Up Monday will continue to meet from 3:00 – 4:45 p.m. in our regular classroom. The only cancellation in the foreseeable future is for Monday, Oct. 31st, but it will continue to meet after that date. See you next Monday!
  • Students recieved their revised pacing guide for The Contender. Please throw away/disregard the orange copy. Only the white copy should be followed.

Assignments:

  • Groups presented their work on their assigned question from Ch. 9-11 from last class.
  • The class reviewed the characterization chant, the character trait chart, and made an example characterization chart (see slide 7) in their comp. books
  • Students were given the Contender Ch. 14 Characterization Chart which needs to be completed by the start of next class. While they do not need to find an example of each type of indirect characterization for each character, they do need to find evidence to help them fill out the character trait/type of character rows for each character from Ch. 14.
  • Students who finished the group work early worked on Achieve 3000: “Sunn a Shining Star” (Not a mispelling. Just read it. BR poll – Thought Question) which is due Friday, Nov. 4 (B) & Monday, Nov. 7 (A.)

Home Learning:

  • Collections textbook, The Contender novel, and Close Reader workbook needed daily in class.
  • Weekly Choice A3Ks articles due Sunday, regardless of A or B day. For more info, please reference the Achieve 3000 vs. A3K page. Remember this is a regular home learning grade and the first one for the second quarter.
  • Students resumed their nightly reading for the Contender. Please refer to the revised pacing guide.
  • Access the audio files for the novel via this Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7Z4fQXgdUU
  • If not finished in class, complete the Contender Ch. 14 Characterization Chart which needs to be completed by the start of next class. While they do not need to find an example of each type of indirect characterization for each character, they do need to find evidence to help them fill out the character trait/type of character rows for each character from Ch. 14.
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