Week 4 and 5R

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Week 4 and 5
Mrs. Barnett English 1
Week 5
Bell Work #7
 What are your first impressions of Rainsford on
p. 20?
 Reminder:
 Label the Bell work #7
 Write the Question
 Minimum of one (1) complete paragraph, but
you may need additional paragraph to explain.
 10-minute writing
Bell Work #8
 What imagery in the following passage appeals to your sense of
hearing?
“ There was no sound in the night as Rainsford sat there but the muffled
throttle of the engine that drove the yacht swiftly through the darkness,
and the swish and ripple of the wash of the propellers” (O’Connell 20).
 Reminder:
 Label the Bell work #8
 Write the Question
 Minimum of one (1) complete paragraph, but you may need
additional paragraph to explain.
 10-minute writing
Bell Work #9
 Do you agree with the general’s opinion that “instinct is no
match for reason”? Explain.
 Reminder:
 Label the Bell work #9
 Write the Question
 Minimum of one (1) complete paragraph, but you may need
additional paragraph to explain.
 10-minute writing
Bell Work #10
 What is the most dangerous game to you?
 Reminder:
 Label the Bell work #10
 Write the Question
 Minimum of one (1) complete paragraph, but you may need
additional paragraph to explain.
 10-minute writing
Bell work
 ALL bell work from (Bell work # 11) this point
forward will be hand written in class in the
students journal.
 The student will create a document in a word
processing software, such as Microsoft Word, and
type the bell work. One document with 10 bell
works labeled and listed.
 Submit the bell work to www.turnitin.com
every 10 bell works.
Bell Work #11
 Later, Zaroff divides the world into two classes. What are
they? What does this say about the general’s beliefs and
values?
 Reminder:
 Label the Bell work #11
 Write the Question
 Minimum of one (1) complete paragraph, but you may need
additional paragraph to explain.
 10-minute writing
Turnitin.com and Gaggle Info
 Turnitin.com and Gaggle.net info handout –
explains how to use both internet based
programs.
 Turnitin.com

Class id: __________
Class password: ______________
 Please keep this info handout as a reference
Computer lab info
 We will be going to the computer lab across the hall to room
222F to upload your Summer Reading Projects to
www.turnitin.com
 1st we need to open your PowerPoint and SAVE AS .rtf (rich
text format)
 We will then create an account at www.turnitin.com and add
this class
Most Dangerous Game - Author
 Who is the author?? Richard Connell – link to
cd
 Background Info: “The Most Dangerous Game”
was written more than eighty years ago, when big
game hunting was considered a glamorous sport.
Most well-to do travelers in the early 1900’s
hunted exotic game – wild or unusual animals –
in foreign locales.
MDG
 Read aloud as a class p. 19 – very top of p. 24
 Read with a Purpose: As we read the following story to
find out what one hunter thinks is the most dangerous game?
The Most Dangerous Game
 How does Foreshadowing help us make sense of
what we are reading? Requires students to think
about more than section of the story. Helps us make
predictions.
 How does Visualizing help us with reading?
Allows us to comprehend the story (plays like a
movie)
 Read aloud in groups of four (4) p. 24 – bottom
of p. 26
The Most Dangerous Game
 How do we identify Character? Through traits
 How do character traits help us predict what will happen
later? Through actions
 How is suspense revealed in a story?
 Read pages: 26 to 28
The Most Dangerous Game
 How do we use clues to help us Infer? What we
know with what is in the story.
 How can we identify the rising action of a story?
Look for tension. What is tension?
 Read aloud in groups of four (4) p. 29 – top of
second column p. 32
MDG Essay 1st Paragraph
 Introduce: Essay Format
 STUDENTS WILL BEGIN PLAN AND WRITE FIRST
PARAGRAPH TODAY.
 Writing Situation: People sometimes unexpectedly need survival
skills.
 Directions for Writing: Think about whether or not you think it is
essential for all people to take a course in survival.
 Prompt: Write to convince whether or not every student should take a
course in survival
 Finish First Paragraph
MDG – 2nd Paragraph
 Students share their plans and first paragraphs with the group.
 Revise as needed.
 Writing Situation: People sometimes unexpectedly need
survival skills.
 Directions for Writing: Think about whether or not you
think it is essential for all people to take a course in survival.
 Prompt: Write to convince whether or not every student
should take a course in survival
 Begin working on second paragraph.
 Follow the Essay Format handout
MDG Essay 3rd and 4th Paragraph
 Writing Situation: People sometimes unexpectedly need
survival skills.
 Directions for Writing: Think about whether or not you think
it is essential for all people to take a course in survival.
 Prompt: Write to convince whether or not every student should
take a course in survival
 Students re-read essay to themselves. Begin working on third
and fourth paragraph. Remind students to use transition
words.
MDG Essay – 5th Paragraph
 Writing Situation: People sometimes unexpectedly need
survival skills.
 Directions for Writing: Think about whether or not you think
it is essential for all people to take a course in survival.
 Prompt: Write to convince whether or not every student should
take a course in survival.
 Students re-read essay to themselves. Begin working on
concluding paragraph (5th paragraph). Remind students to
use transition words.
 Follow the Essay Format handout
MDG Essay Day 12
Essay needs to be
finalized and turned in
to the assignment bin.
MDG Vocabulary
 Vocabulary Handout – complete “The Most Dangerous
Game” vocabulary handout in class if there is time or for
homework
 Word Map
Word Map for Collection 1
Picture
Synonym (word
with same
meaning)
Definition
Word
Antonym
(word with
opposite
meaning)
Sentence (using
the vocabulary
word)
The Most Dangerous Game Project
Message in a Bottle - Honors
Ship Trap Island Map - Regular
Review Day 7
 What are Short Stories?
 Read with a Purpose – what is the
purpose of the Most Dangerous
Game?
 Summer Reading Project due September 14
- A Day and September 15 – B Day
Review Day 8
 Read with a Purpose – what is the
purpose of the Most Dangerous
Game?
 Foreshadowing
 Visualizing
 Character (traits)
 Suspense
Review Day 9
 Read with a Purpose – what is the
purpose of the Most Dangerous
Game?
Infer
Rising Action
Tension
Review Day 10
 Read with a Purpose – what is the
purpose of the Most Dangerous
Game?
Infer
Rising Action
Tension
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