- Katia’s PechaKucha!
- Finish discussing the question “How does power affect relationships?”
- Read the rest of portion #4. There is NO assignment for this portion. The reading needs to be completed by Wednesday.
- Discussion of “The Boy in the Striped Pajamas”- irony, theme, questions
- Sentence combining using FANBOYS and Thamo’s
- Work on your essay
Please watch these three videos during A or B block today. Where is irony in “The Boy in the Striped Pajama’s”?
Be ready to answer this on Monday morning.
See No Red Ink for how to combine sentences using THAMO’s
Watch the rest of the movie
Three questions for the movie
What is the irony of the situation?
- No Red Ink- identifying complete thoughts and using FANBOYS to combine complete thoughts. Do both exercises by tomorrow.
- WWII in novel turned to film: The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
- As you watch the film, create three questions you have about WWII and the Holocaust.
- This film shows “irony”. What is the situational irony in this film?
- What is the theme of this film? What did you learn about WWII from this movie?
- Do Grammar Bytes for parallelism parallelism
- Read portion #3
If you are absent today, see me tomorrow to set up a time to do the test.
- In your group, showcase your assignment to the other people in your group. Here are some discussion prompts:
- I like the way you ….
- I wonder …
- Explain to me ….
- What about ….
- I connect ….
- Self assess according to the rubric.
- When you are done, read the following article: Simply Psychology
- Discuss in your group what Freud is trying to say THEN create a visual that explains the three psyches like the one below or another of your choice:
- As a group, do the following exercise and add to your Powerpoint #3. Psychological Lens
This is day three of section #2. Spend the block working on your assignment #2. Due tomorrow.
Today we will synthesize the two poems on a Venn Diagram then create a theme statement that synthesizes both.
Reminder- printed letter is due at the end of the block on Friday. Test on short story and all three poems on Monday.