- ...the usual! :-)
- Each trio read their cliché story aloud, and we commented about elements we liked.
- Choosing Precise Adjectives (p. 12)
- We went over the material, and we did a couple of scientific experiments to show what "relative terms" are, and what words are vague and generic.
- We did the work on page 12, and then we traded three times for smileys.
- We will share one aloud tomorrow.
- Several people read their EB faves aloud. They said why they liked the piece, and why they chose it to read.
- The people who hadn't read their 128-word sentence did so. We talked about how a sentence like this takes art and craft to create, and we talked about that regarding Mary Shelley's style as well.
- We continued our discussion and added to our list of Frankenstein motifs.
- I handed out the requirements and supplies for Vocab War, and we discussed it.
- We had about ten minutes to work with partners to fill in the last column of the Frankenstein, the last column
- We looked at the Delacroix slideshow and jotted down feelings and associations from the paintings and Chopin's music.
- We made nametags.
- Read pages 90-108 of the novel.