Kahoot on Chapter 1-5 on To Kill a Mockingbird.
-you will learn some new vocabulary
What is an idiom? (L to J support)
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Period 4: Photography
Let’s finish talking about the Science of a Selfie!
Partner up or set the timers…
You will shoot images of each other to see what you LIKE. DON’T LIKE.
Period 5: English 20
Let’s recap Chapter 1-5.
Check out these POEMS.
Let’s review some questions:
1. What point of view is the novel written in? What can be accomplished with this p.o.v. that can’t be from 3rd person p.o.v or from the perspective of as little girl?
2. The time and place in which a story takes place is called its setting. Describe the setting of To Kill A Mockingbird as best you can. (2)
3. Why can Walter not pass the first grade?(1)
4. Why did it surprise Scout and Jem that Walter and Atticus talked like grown men? (2)
5. How have the roles of children changed over the years. Use the novel to support your answer. Why do you think they are so different? (5)
6. In chapter four the kids were playing a game. Describe this game and explain why you think Jem evaded Atticus’s question when he asked what they were playing. (3)
7. Why did Scout grow closer to Miss Maudie Atkinson? Explain the metaphor “chameleon lady.” (3)
8. What does Miss Maudie remember about Boo Radley? (1)
Then let’s watch a little TKAM.
Period 6: Social Studies
Love, Hate and Propoganda
Let’s review the learning targets as they related to the show.
What did you guys like?
What did you guys learn?
What surprised you?
€ I can define and explain totalitarian views. 1.22a
€ I can define and explain authoritarian views. 1.22b
€ I can define propaganda. (Use Google if you need to.)
€ I can explain why the leaders of conservative, authoritarian governments used all the measures available to them in order to prevent change. 1.22c
-how did they use propaganda
-was propaganda successful
-could they have done what they did without propaganda.
€ I can define facism. 1.23
€ I can explain facism. 1.24
€ I can define Nazism. 1.25
€ I can explain Nazism. 1.26
€ I can explain the development of the Holocaust. 1.27
€ I can define and explain elements of the Holocaust. 1.28
€ I can explain the elements of the Holocaust that were damaging to societies all over the world. 1.29
€ I can explain the effects of the Holocaust. 1.30a
€ I can explain what anti-Semitism means. 1.30b
€ I can define and explain “New Order”. 1.31
€ I can define and explain Hitler’s final solution. 1.32a
€ I can outline why conspirators attempted to assassinate Hitler. 1.32b
€ I can recall numerous facts as they relate to impacts of the Holocaust. 1.33
€ I can explain the consequences of the totalitarian moral vision under Hitler. 1.34
€ I can define communism. 1.35
€ I can explain communism. 1.36