September 29

Using the writing process

Course Tracking Sheet–>See OneNote: Welcome: Course Links

 

APPLY MLA style. See OneNote: Content Library: Unit One: MLA: Editing and Formating.  Model paragraph

 

Your literary analysis paragraph on Adam using your paragraph planner. 

Format in MLA style

Submit paragraph planning and paragraph to me via the Assignment submission page found on this blog.

 

Your writing using the Peer/Self-editing page (hard copy). Hand the page into the course bin. 

 

Wednesday Work period:

Complete unfinished work

1. “This is me in Grade 9!” Word snapshot planning and poster

2. “This is me in Grade 9!”  essay word-processed

3. “On the Bridge” 2 characterization charts

4. “On the Bridge” 2 characterization literary analysis paragraphs–Class model (Seth) and your own paragraph (Adam)

5. Format ADAM paragraph in MLA style, use Peer/Self-editing sheet to make revisions and edits.

6. Submit ADAM paragraph to me via the Assignment Submission page found on this blog. 

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September 23

Characterization

 

Complete the characterization chart for Seth. 

 

 

 

Adam and Seth Characterization charts. What have we learned? What traits do the evidence and our thinking describe?

You need some tools to help you with this thinking:

  • Character traits sheet
  • STEAL chart for Adam
  • STEAL chart for Seth
  • “On the Bridge”
  • Character Web page


Complete your “This is me in Grade 9!” project (planning, poster, essay)  and submit all parts to me.

Choosing your independent novel. See OneNote: Unit 1: Lesson 1.7

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September 21

“This is Me in Grade 9!”

“This is me in Grade 9!” essay

 

 

For Wednesday, complete assignments in the following order: 

  1. “This is me in Grade 9!” word snapshot and planning
  2. “On the Bridge” graphic organizers:
    1. Plot
    2. Character–>Adam
    3. Character–>Seth
  3. “This is me in Grade 9!” essay (word-processed)

FOR ATTENDANCE —-> Please see your WBE email.

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September 17

“On the Bridge”

Workflow

  • Go to whseng1p.edublogs.org
  • Book mark the class blog — edit the bookmark
  • Log in to O365–notice that the apps are on the left
  • Bookmark O365 dashboard — edit the bookmark
  • Click on Teams and then find the Team for this course
  • Bookmark Teams — edit the bookmark
  • Open Class Notebook and then open the Welcome section.
  • Review the 5 pages in this section
  • Complete the two surveys.

 

Plot and Characterization—- “On the Bridge” by Todd Strasser

 

  1. Complete the Characterization (STEAL) graphic organizer for ADAM
  2. Find evidence in the story that indirectly describes the character
  3. Highlight or underline and label the evidence with says, thinks, effect, acts, or looks
  4. Fill in the graphic organizer

Use the tools in your folder to help you: 

  • the Elements of a short story note
  • the character traits handout
  • the work you did on the story “The Scream”

Complete your Word snapshot and submit it with all of your planning.

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September 17

“On the Bridge”

Hand in your Word Snapshot. 

 

Quizlet: Elements of a story #2

 

Plot and Characterization 

 

“On the Bridge” by Todd Strasser

 

  1. #the paragraphs
  2. Read the story
  3. Complete the PLOT graphic organizer
    1. locate each part of the plot in the story, 
    2. highlight or underline and label that element of the plot
    3. fill in the graphic organizer
  4. Complete the Characterization (STEAL) graphic organizer
    1. find evidence in the story that indirectly describes the character
    2. highlight or underline and label the evidence with says, thinks, effect, acts, or looks
    3. fill in the graphic organizer

Use the tools in your folder to help you: 

  • the Elements of a short story note
  • the character traits handout
  • the work you did on the story “The Scream”
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September 15

“On the Bridge”

 

Quizlet: Elements of a story #1

 

Plot and Characterization 

 

“On the Bridge” by Todd Strasser

 

  1. #the paragraphs
  2. Read the story
  3. Complete the PLOT graphic organizer
    1. locate each part of the plot in the story, 
    2. highlight or underline and label that element of the plot
    3. fill in the graphic organizer
  4. Complete the Characterization (STEAL) graphic organizer
    1. find evidence in the story that indirectly describes the character
    2. highlight or underline and label the evidence with says, thinks, effect, acts, or looks
    3. fill in the graphic organizer

Use the tools in your folder to help you: 

  • the Elements of a short story note
  • the character traits handout
  • the work you did on the story “The Scream”
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