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December 5: B Day December 5, 2012

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1B

1. Freewrite.

2. Oral Quiz on Chapters 5 and 6.

3. Comic Strip. Students created a comic strip of Chapters 5 and 6 with an emphasis on their motifs. This was turned in at the end of class. Here is the assignment if you were gone: Comic directionsComic outline.

4. Begin reading Chapter 7.

HW: Finish your comic if you didn’t finish it in class. Read Chapter 7 and take note on 5 different locations of your motif.

2AB

1. Freewrite.

2. Oral Quiz on Chapter 6.

3. Annotation of Chapter 6, last two sentences. As a class, we annotated this key paragraph in order to focus on how author’s word choice and syntax suggests Bilbo’s transformation.

4. Chapter 7 reading time.

HW: Read Chapter 7 for tomorrow and make your five-ten motif annotations.

4B

1. Freewrite.

2. Oral Quiz on Chapter 6.

3. Close reading practice. As a class, we annotated a few key sentences at the end of Chapter 6 in order to focus on how author’s word choice and syntax suggests Bilbo’s transformation.

4. Close reading application. Then, students chose their own few sentences from Chapter 6 to annotate on their own and write an analysis paragraph using the ACE-IT formula. I modeled writing one of these paragraphs first with the students’ help. Here is the sheet we used: Hobbit motif writing. Students turned this in by the end of class for a homework grade.

5. Reading Chapter 7. We read the beginning of Chapter 7 together, which students should read on their own for Friday.

HW: Read Chapter 7 of The Hobbit and continue motif annotations.

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