- No Red Ink- commonly confused words (Everyday, anyone, everyone)
- Review of visual literacy
- Finish paragraphs- due tomorrow
- Work on poetry concept map
Spelling and test corrections to do with a partner: Pathways – test corrections
- On a word document, post your photo and then in three paragraphs , answer the following questions:
- P#1 –Personal
- The issue you are addressing
- How this image is your “photovoice”
- Your thinking behind the composition
- How others may perceive your image
- What we (society) can do to improve this issue or strengthen our lives
- P #2-
- Reflect on what you have learned about visual literacy
- How can you be critical of images in the news and in life?
- A call to action: What do you want people to see in our community and what do you want the government to do?
- Email your paragraph to me by Thursday morning
- Subject line: Name, Visual Literacy, Bk A
- Body: Hi Mrs. Thomasen. Here are my visual literacy paragraphs. Have a nice day, John Doe
- No Red Ink- commonly confused words (Accept their dessert– Monday) (Who’s past quiet– Tuesday)
Test on a kid’s book today 🙂
For homework this weekend:
- work on poetry concept map
- work on debate
- don’t forget the photo for photovoice (1-3 images)
Analyze book #2 with a new partner.
Get book #1 analysis done and checked.
Test on a new book (by yourself) on Wednesday
We will learn how to write theme statements and inquiry questions by analyzing “The Forgiveness Garden”.
Here is the “Pathways to a Theme” worksheet for “Forgiveness Garden” : Forgiveness Garden updated
You will continue to read your children’s book and analyze.
We will have two finished by Monday of next week.
For the next few days we will be reading and analyzing children’s books.
We will be looking at plot, conflict, theme and inquiry question creation.
Mentor Text #1-The Forgiveness Garden- story
We will analyze this story together and then you will be on your own for two more stories.
- No Red Ink
- Fractured Poetry
This class (English 10) is about exploring the Human Condition.
- In your group, discuss what it means to be human.
- How can literature/media/images explore the human condition??
- Media: watch the videos shown in class. What do they say about humanity? How do they say it?
- Exit slip: What is your favourite film/movie/TV show that explores the human condition and WHY do you say that?
Remember your object!
Remember to get your No Red Ink assignments finished by Monday morning (grade 12- finish by Friday morning)