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Class Agenda #38- IA

This should be completed during class time today!

Interlude- This will count as 1 reaction paper.

Write your thinking on the prompt below in the Comment Section or e-mail them to boccheciamp@validusprep.org

Text- I came across this article last night and thought of YOU ALL.

  • Take Cornell Notes in your Notebook as you read.

Prompt-

  1. This article is about the cost of a college education VS. the reward of a college education.  What do you take from this reading?
  2. In your opinion, is the value of a college education worth the cost? Base your answer on ideas from the text.
    • Note that this is a nuanced article and the answer should take some thought.

 

Other Prompts for Reaction Papers.

  • What are the conflicts in Animal Farm? What types of conflict (physical, moral, intellectual, or emotional) do you see in this story?
  • What are some themes in the story? How do they relate to the plot and characters?
  • What are some symbols in Animal Farm? How do they relate to the plot and characters?

Exit Ticket- Post in comment section

Do you think the Pigs are just in taking extra milk and apples for their food? Why or why not?

Class Agenda #37- IA and Animal Farm Chap IV

Opener- Take out Animal Farm- Read Chap IV

Animal Farm Full Tex

SLTs- 

  • I can identify evidence from a text to analyze and draw inferences from. (R1)
    • I can use close reading techniques to highlight the key points of central characters and events in Animal Farm

Texts-

 

CFU- Answer these discussion questions in your notebook in complete sentences.

  1. Describe the Battle of Cowshed? And what was Snowball’s role in this battle?
  2. Where is Napoleon during the battle?
  3. What is the symbolic meaning of placing a gun at the base of the flagpole at the end of the battle?

 

Interlude- CAN lead to a REACTION Paper

Write your Thinking in the Comment Section Below.

Text- I came across this article last night and thought of YOU ALL.

  • Take Cornell Notes in your Notebook as you read.

Prompt-

  1. This article is about the cost of a college education VS. the reward of a college education.  What do you take from this reading?
  2. In your opinion, is the value of a college education worth the cost? Base your answer on ideas from the text.
    • Note that this is a nuanced article and the answer should take some thought.

 

 

Other Prompts for Reaction Papers.

  • What are the conflicts in Animal Farm? What types of conflict (physical, moral, intellectual, or emotional) do you see in this story?
  • What are some themes in the story? How do they relate to the plot and characters?
  • What are some symbols in Animal Farm? How do they relate to the plot and characters?

Exit Ticket- Post in comment section

Do you think the Pigs are just in taking extra milk and apples for their food? Why or why not?

Class Agenda #36- Animal Farm Chap III

Opener- Take out Animal Farm- Read Chap III

Animal Farm Full Tex

SLTs- 

  • I can identify evidence from a text to analyze and draw inferences from. (R1)
    • I can use close reading techniques to highlight the key points of central characters and events in Animal Farm

Texts-

 

CFU- Answer these discussion questions in your notebook in complete sentences.

  1. What are some of the differences between the pigs and the other animals?
  2. What are some of Napoleon’s ideas about education?
  3. How is Squealer able to convince the other animals to believe Napoleon?   What do you think about the effectiveness and ethics of these methods?
  4. Describe the Battle of Cowshed? And what was Snowball’s role in this battle?

Prompts for Reaction Papers.

  • What are the conflicts in Animal Farm? What types of conflict (physical, moral, intellectual, or emotional) do you see in this story?
  • What are some themes in the story? How do they relate to the plot and characters?
  • What are some symbols in Animal Farm? How do they relate to the plot and characters?

Tasks-

Read together

As you read- Underline evidence that helps answer the above questions.

 

Class Agenda #35- Animal Farm Chap II – Paragraph Quiz

Opener-

  • Email your response to the following prompt to Boccheciamp@validusprep.org and Stineman@validusprep.org.
  • Be sure to include at least 1 quote from the Chapter I or II of Animal Farm

Prompt- Options

  • The pigs do not like the idea of Sugarcandy Mountain because they think it hurts the animals will to work. Do you agree or disagree with this idea? Explain yourself.
  • The pigs are the more clever animals and the horses are the harder workers. Which set of animals do you think is more important to the success of a farm? Explain yourself.

 

Animal Farm Full Tex

SLTs- 

  • I can identify evidence from a text to analyze and draw inferences from. (R1)
    • I can use close reading techniques to highlight the key points of central characters and events in Animal Farm

Texts-

 

When you’re done.

Prompts for Reaction Papers.

  • What are the conflicts in Animal Farm? What types of conflict (physical, moral, intellectual, or emotional) do you see in this story?
  • What are some themes in the story? How do they relate to the plot and characters?
  • What are some symbols in Animal Farm? How do they relate to the plot and characters?

Class Agenda #34- Animal Farm Chap II

Opener- Take out Animal Farm- Read Chap II 

Animal Farm Full Tex

SLTs- 

  • I can identify evidence from a text to analyze and draw inferences from. (R1)
    • I can use close reading techniques to highlight the key points of central characters and events in Animal Farm

Texts-

 

Chapter II Ends with the Creation of 7 Commandments.

Options:

  1. If the students of VPA rebelled and overthrew the tyrannical teachers, what 7 commandments would your group recommend to ensure a peaceful student body under this new regime? Use Big Paper.
  2. Think of another group who feels oppressed in modern society (could be serious or whimsical). Create 7 commandements for your chosen group.

 

Prompts for Reaction Papers.

  • What are the conflicts in Animal Farm? What types of conflict (physical, moral, intellectual, or emotional) do you see in this story?
  • What are some themes in the story? How do they relate to the plot and characters?
  • What are some symbols in Animal Farm? How do they relate to the plot and characters?

Tasks-

Read together

As you read- Underline evidence that helps answer the above questions.

 

Class Agenda #33- Animal Farm Kickoff

Opener- Write in your notebook- What are the first thoughts that come to mind?

Replace the word “animal” with “people” and how does that affect your impressions of the commandments?

Mini-Lesson:

Making the Animal Farm text a savable PDF on your Homescreen – Animal Farm Full Text

Define- al·le·go·ry

noun \ˈa-lə-ˌgȯr-ē\

: a story in which the characters and events are symbols that stand for ideas about human life or for a political or historical situation

Animal Farm overview

 

SLTs- 

  • I can identify evidence from a text to analyze and draw inferences from. (R1)
    • I can use close reading techniques to highlight the key points of central characters and events in Animal Farm

CFU-

  • How is Animal Farm an Allegory for The Russian Revolution?
  • What do you think of an author using an allegory to make a point on humanity?

Texts-

Prompts-

  • What are the conflicts in Animal Farm? What types of conflict (physical, moral, intellectual, or emotional) do you see in this story?
  • What are some themes in the story? How do they relate to the plot and characters?
  • What are some symbols in Animal Farm? How do they relate to the plot and characters?

Tasks-

Read together

As you read- Underline evidence that helps answer the above questions.

 

Class Agenda #32- Animal Farm Kickoff

Opener- In your Groups, Create a skit, play, scene, tableau or visual representation of at least one of the following commandments.

Mini-Lesson:

Making the Animal Farm text a savable PDF on your Homescreen – Animal Farm Full Text

Define- al·le·go·ry

noun \ˈa-lə-ˌgȯr-ē\

: a story in which the characters and events are symbols that stand for ideas about human life or for a political or historical situation

Animal Farm overview

 

SLTs- 

  • I can identify evidence from a text to analyze and draw inferences from. (R1)
    • I can use close reading techniques to highlight the key points of central characters and events in Animal Farm

CFU-

  • How is Animal Farm an Allegory for The Russian Revolution?
  • What do you think of an author using an allegory to make a point on humanity?

Texts-

Prompts-

  • What are the conflicts in Animal Farm? What types of conflict (physical, moral, intellectual, or emotional) do you see in this story?
  • What are some themes in the story? How do they relate to the plot and characters?
  • What are some symbols in Animal Farm? How do they relate to the plot and characters?

Tasks-

Read together

As you read- Underline evidence that helps answer the above questions.