HAPPY FIRST FIELD TRIP DAY!
Let’s do this.
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Period 4: We reviewed many of the questions to TKAM.
Let’s make sure we have them all down.
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.
We will watch some of TKAM now.
We will leave at 1:15-1:20
‘Learning Targets‘ to watch out for during the field trip:
-I can create a news story with; who, what, where, why and when.
-I understand how the Federal Broadcasting Act regulates tv broadcasting.
-I can outline the who in a news story.
-I can outline the what in a news story.
-I can outline the where in a news story.
-I can outline the why in a news story.
-I can outline the when in a news story.
-I can evaluate the reliability of information.
-I can articulate why discrepancies exist even in the most professional news casts.
-I understand the steps in ensuring reliable information is conveyed when writing a news story.
End of Period 4/5 and beginning of will be at Newcap TV.
Period 6: Let’s finish our Love Hate and Prop notes and learning targets from yesterday!
€ 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