Notes on Poetry (speaker) Swahili Love Poetry - Poetry p. 52 in your Literature Book
Chart on Giants (characterization) Tselane and the Giant - Folktale p. 42 in your Literature Book Questions and Photo Activity Write Mrs. Hill a quick email. Explain: What did you notice about your writing as you tried to insert descriptive words?
Were you able to reveal tone and mood more easily or was it more difficult? Why do you think that is?
Notes on Folktale, Irony and Humor Edju and the Two Friends p. 65 in your Literature Book Think Pair Share activity Practice EOC questions
Africa Unit We are starting ACES this week! This is the formula for the constructed response portion of the English II EOC. Make sure you listen and practice!
The Constructed Responses: Students are expected to write arguments to support claims using valid reasoning and relevant/sufficient evidence (Standard 1);produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience (Standard 4);draw evidence from texts to support analysis, reflection, and research (Standard 9).
ACE the Constructed Response by
Address the question (restate the prompt in a specific,straightforward answer)
Cite evidence from the text (I would give one more example than required. If they say 1, provide 2. If they say 2, provide three). Use transitions (For example, For Instance)
Explain your examples in detail. Answer the "So What?" What does this example mean/show?
Sum it up- add a concluding sentence
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