*Reminder: Prose Fiction Terms Quiz tomorrow
*Reminder: “Sam the Athlete” Paragraph due tomorrow.
*Reminder: Friday Writes #1 Draft should be uploaded to Teams tonight.
Yesterday, you did a checklist for your own paragraph. Today we will do this checklist with a peer and get feedback.
*On Tuesday, we read the short story “House”.
-You will work on a short story summary of this story…
-Non-Fiction Articles on housing
*We are starting a new short story “Harrison Bergeron”
*Brainstorm: What are rights and freedoms that you believe every human should have?
*The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
-We will be starting a new short story “Harrison Bergeron” and we will read this aloud as a class.
*Reminder: Friday Writes #1 draft is due tonight
*Reminder: “Identities” Paragraph is due on Friday September 17th.
*Reminder: Prose Fiction Terms and Rhetorical Arguments Quiz on Monday September 20th.
*We will go over the short story summary/ venn diagram for “Long Long After School”.
We will read the short story “A Teachers’ Rewards’.
Questions for “Long Long After School” and “A Teacher’s Rewards”
In groups…each group will look closely at each question and brainstorm responses…
- Childhood events can shape who we become as adults. How are Wes and Raybe influenced and shaped by their childhood experiences?
- Both Wes and Raybe are victims of discrimination. Explain what message the authors are saying about the harmful effects of society’s discrimination of individuals.
- Being a teacher means there is responsibility, care and trust of one’s students. A teacher is a role-model and can influence students. Discuss Ms. Trethway and Ms. Scofield and their influence on their students.
-We are starting a new short story today
Most Dangerous Game Pre-Reading activity below:
Most Dangerous Game Short Story below:
*The Most Dangerous Game: Character Chart
*The Most Dangerous Game: Comprehension Questions
*Allusions in “The Most Dangerous Game
“The Most Dangerous Game”: Writing activity. This story ends with an indeterminate ending. Write a paragraph that would continue after the last paragraph of the story to illustrate how you see the story would go…