Tuesday-

  1. Watch the end of the movie
  2. Homework check-“The Watch” and “Evacuation” poem and Letters to the Front on blog
  3. Debrief “The Watch” and “Evacuation”
  4. Begin No Red Ink- begin with “Formatting Quotes” (This is for homework over the next week)

Thursday- “What Do YOU Remember of the Evacuation”

Mrs. Okabe is teaching this class ūüôā

Here is the poem we will be analyzing.

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Here is the steps to analyze poetry:

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Remember that all questions for “The Watch” and your “Front” letter is posted (with corrections) on your blog. All due on TUESDAY!

Wednesday- Finish “The Watch”

  1. Letters from Front returned- do the corrections and post to your blog. TAG:Letter   Title: Letter To/From the Front
  2. No Red Ink- Connecting clauses with semicolons and colons
  3. Continue working on questions from “The Watch”.
  4. Last 20 minutes of class- theme statements in a group and then savagely analyze them
  5. Everything due for a homework mark on Tuesday.

Monday- “The Watch”

  1. Remember that your “re-genre” of Eva’s Story is due tomorrow. Please have it printed for me.
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  3. Do the vocabulary and the pre- writing from this assignment and read the author’s biography https://www.biography.com/writer/elie-wiesel
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  5. While you are working, show me your combining sentences from your essay with Mr. Chan
  6. After 40 minutes of vocab building and descriptive writing, we will read the story
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Friday- Eva’s Story

Continue with Eva’s story

  1. Assessing YOUR “Eva’s Story”.
  2. Continue working on your assignment- I have another option!!!
  3. Do a “Points” exercise for the article below. This means you are to read the article- find ONE quote that you find interesting- ONE quote that you think is of value to you- ONE quote that you question. Each quote should be in quotation marks with the author’s last name in brackets. See the document below for an example.
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  4. Due on Monday.

Thursday- The Holocaust Story

The Holocaust in story 

There have been many ways that authors have recorded the stories of WWII, in particular, the horrors of the Holocaust. Novels, short stories, poems, movies and now, instagram. Which genre do you think is the most effective in teaching 2019 Canadian students about this historical event and to teach us “lest we forget”.

  1. First some background on the deportation of Hungarian Jews
  2. https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/hungary-after-the-german-occupationImage result for hungary map in europe
  3. Eva’s Story- Is it appropriate to use social media to teach about the Holocaust?
  4. https://www.instagram.com/eva.stories/?hl=en
  5. After watching Eva’s story on Instagram (watch in order), choose ONE of the following activities:
    1. choose three “days” and translate into a narrative poem.
    2. choose three “days” and make into a short, short story (no more than 500 words)¬†
    3. choose 1-3 days and create a visual interpretation of the events. You can do a collage or a drawing or your own type of visual representation. It is due on Friday, so no need to create the Mona Lisa- keep it simple, yet insightful
  6. It will be due on Monday. Remember, this is not a huge project. It is to provide you with an opportunity to present a story in a new genre. What is lost in the change? What is gained?