Byrd's English II

APRIL 11-15

UNIT LEARNING GOALS

  • Analyze the representation of a subject or topic between different mediums
  • Analyze how an author draws on and transforms source material in a specific work
  • Delineate and evaluate arguments and claims made in a text
  • Analyze seminal documents of historical and literary significance
  • Write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas
Macbeth - By William Shakespeare - BBC TV DRAMA - (Full Movie)

This week...

  • Each class member must have a reading part - the Google Doc is attached here - 1, 2, 3
  • Make sure you update your Act II discussion questions as we complete each scene!
  • Ms. Byrd will be proctoring the FSA on Friday and Monday - PLEASE keep up with your work :)
  • Grade 10 FSA Reading begins Monday!!! Ms. Byrd will provide testing dates, times, and rooms on Thursday!

Monday, April 11

EQ:


Do Now:

Vocabulary Practice - test tomorrow


MacBeth Act II - Movie


Assign Act II Roles

Tuesday, April 12

EQ:


Do Now:

Unit 12 Vocabulary Test - post-poned until next Tuesday - Please study!


Agenda:

Period 1 - Introduction to Quarter 4 Research Paper

Periods 2 and 3 - Introduction to Quarter 4 Research Paper

Wednesday, April 13

EQ:


Do Now:

Background test retake - you only need to revisit this assignment if you scored lower than a 70% the first time.


Agenda:


Continue working on Research steps 1-3 - due Monday.

Thursday, April 14


Agenda:


Continue working on Research steps 1-3 - due Monday.


As you complete Steps 1-3 - check the front table for additional assignments.

Additional assignment #1 - Lesson 2 "A Language Starter"

#2 - "Like A Bad Dream" Provide a 5-6 sentence summary and be prepared for a quiz on Tuesday. Page 198 of blue Macbeth book on side shelf.

Friday, April 8


Agenda:


Continue working on Research steps 1-3 - due Monday.

Additional assignment #1 - Lesson 2 "A Language Starter"

#2 - "Like A Bad Dream" Provide a 5-6 sentence summary and be prepared for a quiz on Tuesday. Page 198 of blue Macbeth book on side shelf.