When You Come In
· Initial attendance on the clipboard on my desk.
· Pull out your green vocab sheets, and study your words from yesterday.
o Examples of adversities
o Antonym: DIRECT
1. The road was very circuitous on my way to Riverside.
2. I needed to waste time, so I took a CIRCUITOUS route to get where I wanted to go.
· Augment Synonyms
Six-Way Paragraph—Understanding a Passage in Six Different Ways
· The Story of the Hamburger”
· w/a partner I draw for you
· Started: 10:22
· We’ll check and discuss your answers.
· You’ll score your quiz, then put it in the drawer for a daily grade.
· MAKE SURE YOUR NAME AND THE DATE IS ON IT!
Independent Reading (Sustained Silent Reading)
· Reading Log
· Thirty minutes to read
DAY TWO--AP ENGLISH
When You Come In
· Initial for attendance on the clibboard on my desk.
· Grab an iBook, and sign on to the wiki: www.ourap.wikispaces.com
· Five of you will need to get iBooks from Flattery’s cart.
· #1--What does a good reader do?
· Post now, and we will visit these posts next week.
· Re-read your Harvard #2 reply.
· Pair-share with a new person.
· Sign the person’s entry, in the margin—this way we can keep track of who’s talked to who!
· Let’s have five people share with the whole class.
· Look at several books that were ANNOTATED by last year’s AP class.
· What do you notice about the annotations?
· “How to Mark a Book” (pp. 7-10)
· Think as you read. How do you SHOW your thinking? Annotations! J I’ve made big margins for you to WRITE IN.
· Practice what you learned from Harvard #2 and from looking at annotations made by last year’s class.
· I’ll read the first three paragraphs aloud, and then we’ll share what annotations we’re making.
How to Mark Up a Book
· Homework: For Monday, finish reading and annotating the piece.
It’s the #1 indicator of reading comprehension. The stronger your vocabulary is, the stronger reader you will be!
· user name and password
· Start the assignment now; finish it for homework for Monday.