Bellwork #1:
• What rules (norms) should our
class follow during class time and
when we are in groups. Use a
Tree Map to outline your ideas.
• When you are done, share your
ideas with the person next to you.
Bellwork #2:
• List the 6+1 traits.
• Which trait do you feel you are best at
excelling at in your writing? If there is more
than one, state no more than 2.
• Why? Explain.
Bellwork #3:
• Explain in detail our test retake
and formal paper revision policy.
Bellwork #4:
• What preventative steps would you have
taken if you were the 15 year old boys’
mother in our past AoW? List at least 3
steps.
• If you were the judge in her case, what
would your sentence be for her? What
would she have to do to make things right
in your eyes?
Bellwork 5:
• List some good test taking strategies you
can use to help yourself when you are
preparing for a test or quiz.
• What method helps you the most? Why?
Bellwork #6:
• What is Academic Vocabulary? If you don’t
know, make an educated guess!
• If you do know, give me some examples of
the Academic Vocabulary used in
Language Arts.
Bellwork #7:
• List as many things as you can
think of about Greek theater and
Greek tragedy.
• Create a circle map with Greek
Theatre/Greek Tragedy as your
topic of your center circle.
Bellwork #8:
• List 3 new learning you have found out
about Greek Theatre and Tragedy since
yesterdays activity.
• Share with the person next to you what
you learned.
Bellwork 9:
• As the U.S went smoke-free in all
public institutions, what would you
do if the U.S went cell phone free
in all public institutions?
• Would you be able to deal with it?
How would the world change?
Bellwork #10
Restate the question in your response.
• Who is considered the “Father of
Drama”?
• What is the correct name for the
viewing area in a Greek theater?
• Who was allowed to sit in the front
row at the theater?
Bellwork #11
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Decide whether you have to use much or
many. Remember: If a noun is singular we use
much. If a noun is plural we use many.
Cars
Pictures
Flowers
Milk
Numbers
Money
Bellwork #12:
Copy the Oedipus Family Tree into the notes section of your binder. Under your
bellwork for today, write Oedipus Family Tree.
Bellwork #13:
In your own words,
retell the myth of
Oedipus.
Bellwork #14:
• Using a bubble map,
describe the character
King Creon.
Bellwork #15:
• Using a Double-Bubble Thinking Map,
compare and contrast Antigone and
Ismene.
• Frame of reference: What are the similarities and
differences between Antigone and Ismene?
Bellwork #16:
• In your opinion, is Antigone or
Creon the more tragic
character? Which suffers the
greater downfall? Give evidence
from the play to support your
answer.
Bellwork #17:
• To what extent is
determination an asset to
characters in Antigone?
• How is it a hindrance?
Bellwork #18:
• Choose two words from the Word
Wall (DO NOT use words you have
used before)
• Define each word
• Use each word in a sentence
Bellwork #19:
• Define the following words to the best of
your knowledge:
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Belittle
Trivialize
Insult
Exclude
Bellwork #19
October 2, 2012
• What does the play
Antigone suggest about
womens’ positions in
ancient Greek society?
Bellwork #20
October 3, 2012
• Choose two words from the word wall that
you have not used for bellwork.
• Define each word.
• Use each word in a sentence.
Bellwork #20 (3rd Hour Only)
October 3, 2012
• Kelsey Ann Jackson, creator of Mean Girls
Aren’t Cool, writes that girls can
“sometimes be unaware that their
behaviors are bullying.” Give an example
of a bullying behavior that some young
people might not consider bullying
behavior. Do guys also engage in these
behaviors? If yes, give examples to
support your opinion.
Bellwork #21
October 4, 2012
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Greek Theater Review
Dionysus is the god of what?
Name one limitation of Greek theater.
Why was violence not allowed to be
performed?
What is a function of the chorus?
Bellwork #22
October 5, 2012
This month we will focus on the ideas trait of
the 6 +1 Traits of writing.
Using a bubble map, describe the ideas trait
by referring to your ideas rubric.
*The rubric is on the other side of the
conventions rubric that I gave you earlier
this year!
Bellwork #23
October 8, 2012
Rewrite the following sentences, placing
commas where ever they belong:
1) While it wasn't great the movie we saw last
night wasn't bad either.
2) Paula was tired hungry and grumpy.
3) No that isn't what I said.
Bellwork #24
October 9, 2012
Rewrite the question and write the appropriate word.
(There, they're and their)
1) I really don't want to go_________________ again.
2) I'm always wrong and ________________ always
right.
3) I fixed _______________car.
4) I really think that ___________________ the ones
who are responsible for this.
Bellwork #25 (1st Hour Only)
October 10, 2012
Analyze and interpret the following
quote:
“You cannot do a kindness too soon,
for you never know how soon it will be
too late”.
-Ralph Waldo Emerson
Bellwork #25 (2nd Hour Only)
October 10, 2012
Fragment or complete sentence:
1) Yes, he is Greek.
2) His money, which they later returned.
3) The women laughed.
4) He understood.
Bellwork #25 (3rd hour Only)
October 10, 2012
“What does diversity mean
to you and how does it
make Fordson High School
great”.
Bellwork #26
October 11, 2012
Rewrite the following sentences, placing commas where ever they
belong:
1)
It was the Belgians not the French who won the tournament.
2)
The current CEO John Williams doesn't support this course of
action.
3)
I forgot my wallet at home but I have my bus pass with me.
4)
On May 20 1980 the troops captured the city.
Bellwork #27
October 12, 2012
Get your Cardmarking 1 bellwork in order.
Make sure all bellwork is numbered and
dated.
Make sure your name is on the first page!
Put Review Here
Put Bellwork Here
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