Day #27, Thursday

Bell Work:
*Take a look at the following:
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Period 4: English 20

  1. Why do men usually stand outside in the front yard? (2)
  2. Compare and contrast the crowd of men who gathered outside the Finch home to those who gathered in front of the jail. (4)
Outside the Finch Home Outside the Jail
 

 

 

 

3. What prompted Jem to go downtown ? (1)
4. What happened to break the tension of the mob? (1)
5. Atticus did not reprimand Jem for disobeying his instructions to go home. Why not? (2)

Let’s talk characters:
Chose 3 characters from the story.
A. Identify the ‘types of character’ each of your selections are.
*Some characters will be more than two or three of the following.
B. Explain your select in a couple sentences.

*use the following to support you.

  • protagonists -main character
  • antagonists -person against the main character
  • major-They dominate the story. Often there are only one or two major characters.
  • minor-They who help tell the major character’s tale by letting major characters interact and reveal their personalities, situations, stories.
  • dynamic (changing) or static (unchanging),
  • stereotypical (stock), This is the absent minded professor, the jolly fat person, the clueless blonde.
  • foils– These are the people whose job is to contrast with the major character. This can happen in two ways. One: The foil can be the opposite of the major character, so the major’s virtues and strengths are that much “brighter” in reflection. Two: The foil can be someone like the major character, with lite versions of the major’s virtues and strengths so that the major comes off as even stronger.
  • round (3 dimensional), This means the character has more than one facet to their personality. They are not just a hardcore gamer, but they also play basketball on the weekends.
  • flat (1 dimensional), This is the character who is only viewed through one side. This is the hardcore gamer. That’s all there is to the character.

We will continue reading Chapter 16 together.

Period 5: Social Studies 20
How would you vote?
Go to the link below the image and decide whether you want insight on how you would vote provincially in Saskatchewan or how you would have voted in the federal election last year.
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Click HERE.

When complete:
LEARNING TARGETS:

Change Process
Case of Women

€ I can explain problems in achieving social justice in the area of discrimination against women. 1.57
€ I can explain the “what will be will be” thought process. 1.58
€ I can explain what empowerment means. 1.59
€ I can explain how one key individual learned about from the course ‘empowered’ others. 1.60
-explore women’s rights/gender pay gap

While we watch the Week in Rap.
Look for answers to these questions.
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Period 6: Photography
Texture Tutorial.
We will work together to do some cool things with texture.

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WORK PERIOD with time that is left…

AK: BDBABCABAC

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