April 18-22, 2016

Each day before class begins:
1. Pick up your interactive notebook from the appropriate basket.
2. Sharpen any pencils. Make sure you have a writing utensil ready.
3. Record the Clear Target into your assignment book.
4. Complete the "Do Now," and be ready to share your work.
5. Unless the item is labeled graded or independent practice/assignment, the work will be completed in class.
6. Socrative Room Name: DSHOULDERS
7. Context for Lord of the Flies
8. Lord of the Flies:

Monday, April 18, 2016 Clear Target: I can identify how a text fits various archetypal characters and/or plot devices, using dialogue and plot to support their conclusions.
  1. a. What movies, television shows or books have you read about time travel? b. If you could go back in time, where and when would it be? Why? c. In “Back to the Future,” how did Marty McFly travel back to 1955? What happened when he met his parents? What did Marty have to do in order to save his own existence?
  2. Ray Bradbury:

Tuesday, April 19, 2016, Wednesday, April 20, 2016, Thursday, April 21, 2016, and Friday, April 22, 2016 Clear Target: I can identify how a text fits various archetypal characters and/or plot devices, using dialogue and plot to support their conclusions.
  1. Survey
  2. As you read “A Sound of Thunder” for the first time, look for examples of causes and effects. Mark them as “C” and “E.”

Wednesday, April 20, 2016 Clear Target: I can identify how a text fits various archetypal characters and/or plot devices, using dialogue and plot to support their conclusions.
  1. During a second reading of the "A Sound of Thunder," write a level 2 question. Levels of Questions.png
  2. Go through the story and write at least five LEVEL TWO questions. They should span the entire story. Remember we use TEXT DEPENDENT QUESTIONS – that means to answer the question, the reader MUST use the text and make an inference based on evidence clues. Write the questions in the margin of your text as well as the answers as you see it. Be prepared to share out.

Thursday, April 21, 2016, and Friday, April 22, 2016 Clear Target: I can identify how a text fits various archetypal characters and/or plot devices, using dialogue and plot to support their conclusions.
  1. Complete text dependent questions for "A Sound of Thunder."

Friday, April 22, 2016 Clear Target: I can identify how a text fits various archetypal characters and/or plot devices, using dialogue and plot to support their conclusions.
  1. Vocabulary Assessment for "A Sound of Thunder"
  2. Independent Practice: Identify at least three archetypes in "The Sound of Thunder" and explain.
    1. Locate three characters that represent at least three different archetypes.
    2. Identify the character and the archetype.
    3. Explain why each character represents the archetype.
    4. Relate how each character/archetype affects the plot.
    5. Locate this assignment at Google Classroom.