Block - Wednesday, September 20 / Thursday, September 21 - Friday, September 22, 2017
Objective: Students will complete the vocabulary assessment, complete the My College Options survey, and participate in a class discussion of "The Most Dangerous Game" using questions on Poll Everywhere.
Standards: L.9.3, L.9.5, L.9.6, RL.9.5
WHY? A wide vocabulary is important, and you will be reading every day for the rest of your life.
1. Students will complete the lesson two vocabulary assessment on the testing browser.
2. When finished, students should begin working on the My College Options survey, which will give them information regarding what schools might be a good fit if they decide to go to college, etc.
3. When everyone has finished the assessment and survey, students should head to pollev.com/brianbratt369 because we are going to use it to discuss students' findings regarding the plot of "The Most Dangerous Game."
4. Questions will include (as we discuss the questions, please add to/delete from your plot mountain as you see fit):
- List a detail/event from the story which you would consider to be a part of the rising action and explain how that detail/event added mystery, tension, or suspense to the plot.
- What was the climax of the story?
- List a detail from the falling action.
- What was the resolution?
- You will have a multiple choice question to identify what you know about a theme.
- What was the dominant theme of the story?
5. Complete an exit ticket. For the teacher question, tell me which conflict in the story was the most important.
HOMEWORK: Add the dominant theme of the story to your plot mountain and submit it on Classroom. Complete your second blog post by the end of the day Friday, September 22.