1. Do Now: JAMES HURST WRITING EMULATION
Write a story using great details, flashback, OR first person narration. You will be emulating James Hurst's writing style.
2. Meet in your groups and finish taking notes/answering the questions (10-15 minutes). Make sure you all don't get rowdy! You know who you are!
3. Report back to your group. Have all the 1's share first and so on. Each group member has to go over what they learned by focusing on their particular passage and task. Be clear and loud so that your group can hear you. Take notes on your group's sections (all three sections must be filled).
4. Keep your papers in the pocket of your notebook. We will glue these when I get back.
5. If you are done early, please grab a book and read.
6. Homework: Word Maps for the "Most Dangerous Game" + BRING TEXTBOOK TO CLASS ON WEDNESDAY!
- Short Stories
- "Romeo and Juliet"
- "Great Expectations"
- "The Odyssey" + Mythology
- "To Kill a Mockingbird"
- Vocabulary & Literary Terms
- Ms. Johnston's Class
- Ms. Parra's Class