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									          Welcome to English 10 Honors!
     Monday, August 27/Tuesday, August 28
Target: To learn about each other, to learn about
our course, and to begin thinking about our first
unit’s topic- the hero


Agenda:
Bellringer –diagnostic quiz, tech slips, name
placards
Small group introductions, conversations, Venn
diagrams
Course PowerPoint
Journal – Define “Hero.” Who is (or was) your
hero? Why was that person so important to you?
Why do you think heroes are important to our
society? [follow heading norm]
             Wednesday, August 29
Target: I will get to know others; I will understand
and formulate definitions of a hero
Turn in Homework –six-work memoirs –
completed worksheet
SSR
Vocabulary List #1
Example of 6 word memoir; write our first draft of
our own; turn in
Definitions of hero - share
Read aloud – “The Man in the Water” Watch
video of event
http://travel.usatoday.com/flights/post/2012/01/w-usa-1982-crash-report/602793/1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAT5aBaHp8A&safety_mode=true&persist_safety_mo
de=1&safe=active

Can we refine our definition of a hero?
HW: Read “Jack and the Beanstalk”
                            Friday, August 31
Agenda:
Bell-ringer: Vocabulary practice – on back of list;
SSR when finished
Groups – feedback on essays; rubric
Revisit Hero definition from last class and hero
scenarios – we will discuss 3
Discuss “Jack and the Beanstalk” and take notes
of Hero’s Journey




      Wednesday/Thursday, September 5 and 6

      Targets: I will know the Hero’s Journey and recognize it in
modern literature and media: I will know the Epic Hero
characteristics; I will know about the Anglo-Saxons’ and their society
and how society and culture are reflected in the literature of the
period.

Bell-ringer:

Vocabulary – sentences (5) and mnemonic devices (3) – turn in
Assign vocabulary task – due Friday Vocabulary practice – find 10
words used professionally. Copy and paste into a Word document.
Cite your source correctly.

SSR

After lunch:

Review “Jack and the Beanstalk” and Hero’s Journey notes

Epic Hero and Anglo-Saxon notes

HW:

Due Friday: vocabulary task, Memoir

								
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