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January 2020

1/27-1/31/20

Learning Target- citing evidence (quotes) analyzing characters, point of view in a story.

 

ELAGSE9-10RL1: Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the
text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text

ELAGSE9-10RL3: Analyze how complex characters(e.g., those with multiple or conflicting
motivations) develop over the course of a text, interact with other characters, and advance
the plot or develop the theme

ELAGSE9-10RL6: Analyze a particular point of view or cultural experience reflected in a work
of literature from outside the United States, drawing on a wide reading of world literature

 

1/27/20  Monday

Quizlet- fill in missing words- vocabulary quiz Friday

Read- House on Mango Street

Speaking, Writing- Find examples (quotes) of Irony- Situational, Dramatic, Verbal

 

1/28/20 Tuesday

Quizlet review-

Match, Flashcards, Small test Multiple choices 100%

Read- House on Mango Street

Speaking, Writing- Find examples (quotes)  of Point of view-

First-person, Second person, Third-person, Omniscient 

Quiz over House on Mango street quotes will be on Friday.  You can use your notes. 

 

1/29/20 Wednesday

Listening, Reading, Writing- Watch the movie McFarland, answer guiding questions. Download McFarland movie questions

We will complete this movie on Thursday.

All movie questions are due on Thursday. 

Homework- Study your quizlet set.

 

1/30/20 Thursday

Listening, Reading, Writing- finish watching McFarland, answer guiding questions and turn in today. 

Class discussion, then write your answers

  •  How would you describe the character of Coach White in the film?
  •  What did the boys learn from their experience running for the McFarland High School Cross-Country Team?
  • Which characters in this film are dynamic or round?
  • Which characters in the film are flat or do not change?

Writing Intervention/Extension groups- use your "My name" poem to Intervention- work on grammar.  Extension take simple sentences to complex sentences utilizing adjectives. 

 

1/31/20  Friday

Reading, Speaking- Play Quizlet LIVE

Listening. Speaking-review quizlet set and House on Mango Street quotes

Reading Writing- House on Mango Street 3 Vocabulary quiz and House on Mango Street quote identification quiz. 

 

 


1/21/20-1/24/20

Learning target- Be successful on the ACCESS test.

Monday- No School

Tuesday-  1/22/20

Type "My Name" poem MLA format- Lab 219

3 sentences per topic= total of 33 senteces

  • Your family
  • Favorite music
  • Sports
  • Classes
  • Color
  • Interests/Hobbies
  • Culture
  • Nationality Home Country
  • House you live in
  • your friends
  • dreams for the future

Type in Times New Roman, 12 point font, MLA Format

Email to me today for a grade- mrs.suareziel@gmail.com

  1. GO to https://princess.disney.com/mulans-story

Click Read

1st read through the story

2nd read through the story and complete the Story Plot Map and turn in by Thursday 1/24

 

Wednesday-  1/23/20

ACCESS testing- Listening/ Reading

Work on 

  1. GO to https://princess.disney.com/mulans-story

Click Read

1st read through the story

2nd read through the story and complete the Story Plot Map and turn in by Thursday 1/24/20

Thursday- 1/24/20

1. ACCESS testing Writing in 1st block and part of 2nd block

Time permitting we will start the Speaking test.

2. Check your grades are in for the "My Name" poem.

Learn about run on sentences.

Take time to edit (re-write) and make sure you have 33 sentences on- 

  • Your family
  • Favorite music
  • Sports
  • Classes
  • Color
  • Interests/Hobbies
  • Culture
  • Nationality Home Country
  • House you live in
  • your friends
  • dreams for the future

Email to me again your new version- mrs.suareziel@gmail.com

 Subject line of email- Final Draft- My Name

This is due by Friday 1/25/20 to increase your grade.

Friday- 1/25/20

1. ACCESS testing Speaking- in small groups

2. Work on final writing for "My Name" poem and submit if you have not already. 

3. Turn in today- Mulan Story Plot Map

4. Log into Common Lit.org

Read and answer guiding questions on the story Eleven by Sandra Cisineros https://www.commonlit.org/en/students/student_lessons/3752343


1/13/20- 1/17/20

Learning Target- I will be able to write about characters in a text, read and identify quotes from a text,  speak and write about literary terms and relate them to House on Mango Street. 

Standards-

  • ELAGSE9-10W4: Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task
  • ELAGSE9-10RL1: Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis
  • ELAGSE9-10RL6: Analyze a particular point of view or cultural experience reflected in a work of literature

1/13/20  Monday

  •  Advisement                8:20 – 8:30
  •  First Period                 8:35 – 10:08
  • Second Period            10:13 – 11:47
  • Third Period               11:52 – 1:52                
  • Fourth Period            1:57 – 3:30

1. Reading/Writing/ Listening- Study Quizlet set- fill in missing words- these will be on Friday's quiz.

2. Reading/Writing/ Speaking- Identify from the text House, Hairs, Boys and Girls, Cathy Queen of Cats-

Personification, Protagonist, Antagonist - find quote and page number

Example- "              " (Cisneros 5). 

3. Reading/ Writing/ Speaking- create a character chart from these first 4 chapters. Download WorksheetWorks_House_on_Mango_Street_Part_1_1

3.  Reading/ Listening/ Speaking/ Writing-  House on Mango Street-  Our Good Day, Laughter

1/14/20  Tuesday

1st block, then Character Ed, then 2nd block- 10:36am- 11:56 am.

1. Reading- Quizlet modules- complete Flashcard, Match, Small Test 16/16 Multiple Choice until you score 100%

2. Practice for ACCESS test- https://wida.wisc.edu/assess/access/preparing-students

2. Reading/Speaking/Writing-

  • Gil's Furniture Bought and Sold
  • Meme Ortiz
  • Louis, His Cousin & Other Cousins

3. Writing- use character chart to find textual evidence of direct and indirect characterization. Download Direct Indirect Characterization

 

1/15/20  Wednesday

  1. Quizlet sample test 
  2. ACCESS test practice- Reading and Writing Demostration.

2. Reading/ Speaking- Four- corners reading.  Students will be divided into four corners to read 4 stories.

3. Writing- Then they will complete a story plot map within their groups.

  1. Louis, His Cousin & Other Cousins
  2. Marin
  3. Those Who Don't
  4. There Was an Old Woman She Had So Many Children She didn't know what to do

4. Speaking- Present their short vignette, students in audience will take notes in sequential order. 

Identify direct and indirect characterization.

1/16/20  Thursday 

Listening/ Speaking- Quizlet LIVE- play 2 rounds

Reading/ Writing/ Speaking- Textual Evidence Search-

  • Students will be assigned in partners 14 small chapters.
  • They will have to identify textual evidence for metaphors, similes, personification, theme, in-direct characterization, direct characterization, dynamic characters, flat characters, protagonist, antagonist.

Reading/ Writing/ Speaking/ Listening- Students can take notes on the textual evidence examples and use them on the assessment tomorrow. P. 3-31 (textual evidence search)

Begin preparing your writing for Friday if we finish early. 

You are adding to your writing- description of

-the house you live in (3 sentences)

Friends (3 sentences)

Dreams for the future (3 sentences) 

1/17/20 Friday

2nd Period 9:42-10:59- Pep Rally Schedule 

1.Reading/ Writing- Vocabulary quiz ( no notes, no phones) 

2. Reading- Textual evidence- finish presentation, quote assessment next week. 

Go to Lab 219- Use your writing from last week to guide you.  Green is what is new to add

Write about what defines you-

-the house you live in (3 sentences)

-family you come from (3 sentences)

-favorite-

  • music- (3 sentences)
  • sports, (3 sentences)
  • subjects, (3 sentences)
  • color, (3 sentences)
  • hobbies, (3 sentences)

-heritage, (3 sentences)

-friends, (3 sentences)

-dreams for the future. (3 sentences)

TOTAL of: 30 sentences

Capture

 

Type in Times New Roman, 12 point font, MLA Format

Email to me today for a grade- mrs.suareziel@gmail.com


Weekly Agenda 1/6/ 2020- 1/10/2020

Learning Target- I will be able to write a poem about myself, read and identify quotes from a text,  speak and write describing my own cultural identity.

Standards-

  • ELAGSE9-10W4: Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task
  • ELAGSE9-10RL1: Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis
  • ELAGSE9-10RL6: Analyze a particular point of view or cultural experience reflected in a work of literature

Monday  1/6/2020

  • Bell Schedule Advisement 8:20 – 8:45  
  • First Period 8:50 – 10:19 
  • Second Period 10:24 – 11:53 
  • Third Period 11:58 – 1:58 
  • Fourth Period 2:03 – 3:30
  1. Prepare your classroom binder
  2. Reading/Writing/Speaking Complete Getting to Know you Survey
  3. Listening- Syllabus Download 10th Literature Syllabus Spring 2018 On Level

        4. Reading/Writing/ Listening- Cultural Identity PPT take notes- Download Cultural Identity

5.           Quizlet Fill in the blank of the missing vocabulary word

Vocabulary quiz is this Friday on:

  • Nationality
  • Imagery
  • Ethnicity
  • Biography
  • Religion
  • Autobiography
  • Social Class
  • Generation
  • Simile
  • Metaphor

 

Tuesday 1/7/2020

  • Homeroom 8:20-8:50  
  • 1st  Period 8:55-10:21 
  • 2nd Period 10:26-11:53                    
  • 3rd Period 11:58-1:58              
  • 4th Period 2:03-3: 30
  1. Go to Lab 219
  2. Sign up for Quizlet account, and my class this is how you will study for your vocabulary quizzes that are each Friday.  CLASS JOIN LINK   https://quizlet.com/join/jPZfBZf7F
  3. Sign up for Common Lit.org  www.commonlit.org/code                       Enter Class Code  D6Q5LY
  4. Create a gmail account and send me an email to mrs.suareziel@gmail.com

4. On Quizlet- Complete for the Quizlet Set today- (for a classwork grade)

House on Mango Street/Cultural Identity 1

Complete-

  • Flashcard
  • Match
  • Small Test- Multiple Choice 10/10 until you score 100%

Write down all user name and passwords on your sheet in your binder.

In the classroom

5. Read- "My Name" from House on Mango Street                                                                                                                         highlight main idea,       Circle unknown words   Identify- simile (S), metaphor (M), imagery (I)

Wednesday 1/8/2020

  • Bell Schedule Advisement 8:20 – 8:30 
  • First Period 8:35 – 10:08 
  • Second Period 10:13 – 11:47 
  • Third Period 11:52 – 1:52
  • Fourth Period 1:57 – 3:30
  1. Read about the author  Sandra Cisneros, from her biography
  2. Read, Write, Speak- Answer the guiding questions about "My Name" by highlighting quotes from the text
  • How does Esperanza feel about her name?
  • Does she feel as though her name represents who she wants to be?
  • Do you think names represent us? Explain.
  • Why do you think she wants to rename herself?
  • Why do you think she chose the names (at the end of the vignette) that she did?
  • Have you ever wanted to rename yourself? Why or why not?
  • Do you think Esperanza believes that her name represents her identity?
  • Do you think your name represents your identity?

        3. Complete graphic organizer "My Name" poem.

        4. Write and turn in your "My Name" poem today.

Thursday 1/9/2020

  1. Quizlet- play Quizlet LIVE on your quizlet account, review for Friday's vocabulary quiz

Identify in My Name Poem your- Nationality, Ethnicity, Generation, Family, and other ways you would describe yourself. 

  1.  Speaking- share your ideas with a partner. 
  2. Read- complete your House on Mango Street picture representative.

Read in House on Mango Street- House, Hairs, Boys and Girls

Answer comprehension questions.

 

HOMEWORK- study for your vocabulary quiz.

Friday 1/10/2020

TURN IN SIGNED SYLLABUS

  1. Study vocabulary words from quizlet set.
  2. Reading/Writing- Vocabulary quiz
  3. Read House on Mango Street  Cathy Queen of Cats
  4. Write- Double Journal Entry