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Week of February 19th

Happy Snowy Monday!

This week we continue deepening our roots into The Tragedy of Julius Caesar.  The most important skill I can offer students is empowering them to set up their foundation with this text. By doing so, they strengthen their understanding of the author, the time period, the vocabulary & literary devices used, and most importantly, make connections to purposeful and meaningful skills and content. We've spent a lot of time doing this and WE ARE READY to jump in to ACT ONE! (...yes, we took a couple of extra days to build skills...)

Let the reading, class skits, monologues, and more begin!! 

 PLEASE REFER TO MY LINKS AND DOCS PAGE FOR THE DATES OF YOUR MONOLOGUE PRESENTATIONS!

2/20 Tuesday:  1st Three student Monologue presentations. Assign Roles for ACT 1, Build Folders  QUIZ announcement: MONDAY, 2/26 OVER ACT ONE & VOCABULARY 

Homework: Flag books for Leadership and Foreshadowing, PRACTICE for Monologue Presentations

2/21 Wednesday: Next Three Student Monologue Presentations. Continue ACT 1, Dilacetcal Notebooking, Vocab.

Homework: Flag books for Leadership and Foreshadowing, & Lit. Devices. PRACTICE for Monologue Presentations

2/22 Thursday: Next Three Student Monologue Presentations. Continue ACT 1, Dilacetcal Notebooking, Vocab.

Homework: Flag books for Leadership and Foreshadowing, Lit Devices, AND LEADERSHIP or Persuasion. PRACTICE for Monologue Presentations

2/23 Friday:  Next Three Student Monologue Presentations. Wrap-up ACT ONE, Student Discussions/ prep for Socratics next week, & JC, BINGO review for QUIZ on MONDAY 2/26

Homework: Study for quiz & PRACTICE for Monologue Presentations

 

 

 

 

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