If you did not read "Narcissus" in class, read that tonight. (LoL p. 828); Next, read the following myths/legends: "Ant and Grasshopper" (312); "Brother Coyote . . ." (853); "Young Arthur" (832); "Force of Luck" (845). For each of these 4 tales, write one text dependent question, the text that answers it, and your reasoning. You should have 4 questions with answers and reasoning. This is due Monday.
I distributed the assignment sheet and rubric for your genocide project. The project is due Monday. We will have class Monday, which will be a work day for this project. Also, when you have free time after testing Thursday and Friday, you may choose to work on this or the reading assignments, as well.
Read "Keeping the Past Alive" (LoL 796) and record notes from the table in your reading spiral (re-create). Define oral tradition. Read and record a 2 sentence summary of "Prometheus" and "Theseus" (798-799) in reading spiral. Read to self "Prometheus" (800-803)--Quiz Wednesday.
Complete any of the responses to the informational text that you did not complete at school.
Read and annotate the genocide article that your group chose.
Complete your annotations for "Principles of Mein Kampf," "Principles of 25-Star . . ." and "Hitler." Write a summary of each of the 3 texts (separately) on the attached page. . . due Friday
Complete the map of Allied/Axis/Neutral power from your text. Also, include a key or legend on your map, along with your own title for that map. Finally, complete the 4 Close Read questions on the sheet. All of this is due tomorrow in a packet.
Complete the "Estimated Number . . . Final Solution" percentage task and fill in the map with "number of Jews Annihilated" (column 2 of your text) on the map in the appropriate regions.
Complete I. #3-6 for your explication of the poem due Thursday on loose leaf paper.
Complete annotation of the new assignment. Then do only I.1 and I.2 of the tasks assigned in your reading spiral.
If you are in my Period 4 class, complete your self-evaluation of your participation with Ms. G in the Socratic Seminar.
If you are in my Period 1-3 classes, complete the Close Read of our Wiesel excerpt, due Friday.
All classes, Caesar's English Final Exam is Friday.
Complete the highlighting of slanted language or loaded words in your section of the article.
Study for Caesar's English Final Exam, which was postponed until this Friday, 5/12.