- Embellished writing exercise (showing not telling)
- No Red Ink
- Begin writing after we have checked your outline 🙂
- Finish project
- if it is a podcast, please email me the file with the name “Podcast, Your name”
- If it is a poster, be sure to have your name on it. Is it coloured? Is it easy to read? Do you have connections and questions for it? On the back of your poster, answer the following question: What have you learned about the effect of discrimination on a person/society? What can we do to minimize the negative effects?
- Narrative Essay!!! Narrative Essay gr 10
- First Nation Story Telling
- No Red Ink- comma splices
- Project. Due on Tuesday at the beginning of class. IH project podcast and visual essay-
- What have we learned about the human condition from this novel?
- How does one heal after trauma?
- How does one cope with hardship?
- What may be the root causes of homelessness?
- What have we learned about the effect of racism?
- What is the legacy of the residential schools?
- In your group, create a theme statement for the novel.
- Positive Cultural Identity- why is it important?
- Informal Blogging- Informal Blogging-
- Discuss the last three chapters
- I’ll read to page 176- The decline
- You read to the end of 188. – “You have to hit rock bottom to come back up”
Read to page 157 for Monday. If you have time, watch the videos below.
- Read to page….
- Work on your inquiry question notes. See OneNote for the organizer. You will want these quotes and examples for the essay and project.
- Last 5 minutes of class to finish the test
When complete- do NO Red Ink “THANO’s” at the beginning of a sentence.
When complete, work on the corrections for your imagery paragraph.
- Do corrections
- Find an image that reflects your quote
- TAG: Imagery
- Title: Imagery in Indian Horse
- Due Friday
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