INB

Report
Monday
Agenda and Homework
 On pgs. 40-41 write the date, copy the agenda,
homework, and warm-up
 Agenda:
• Warm-up
• Collect essays on “Hip Hop Planet”
• Vocabulary (pg. 59 Literature) on pg. 42 of INB
• Surveying the text – Class Discussion
 Homework:
 Find a synonym and write a complete sentence for
each vocabulary word (pg. 42 INB)
Warm-up
Brainstorm 5-6 traits
that will enable a person
to succeed in a test of
survival.
Vocabulary
Make a 4-column
vocabulary chart on page 42
of your INB.
Label the columns:
Vocabulary Word, Definition,
Synonym, Sentence
Copy the 12 vocabulary
words and their definitions
Complete the synonym and
sentence for homework
Vocabulary Words and Definitions
1. Tangible – adj. capable of being touched or
felt; having actual form and substance
2. Quarry – noun, the object of a hunt, prey
3. Disarming – adj., removing or overcoming
suspicion; inspiring confidence
4. Cultivated – adj., refined or cultured in
manner
5. Amenity – noun, something that adds to
one’s comfort or convenience
Vocabulary Con’t
6. Condone – verb, to forgive or overlook
7. Droll – adj., amusingly off or comical
8. Scruples – noun, a feeling of uneasiness
that keeps a person from doing something
9. Solicitously – adv., in a manner expressing
care or concern
10. Imperative – adj., absolutely necessary
11. Zealous – adj., intensely enthusiastic
12. Uncanny – adj., so remarkable as to seem
supernatural
Tuesday
Agenda Homework and Warmups
 On pgs. 40-41 write the date, copy the agenda,
homework, and warm-up
 Agenda:
• Warm-up
• INB Checklist Handout
• Cornell Notes - Literary Terms
• Surveying the text (page 59-60 Literature)
 Homework:
• Vocabulary homework due Wednesday, 9/17
Find a synonym and write a complete sentence
for each vocabulary word (pg. 42 INB)
• Vocabulary Quiz on Friday 9/19
• INB Check Friday 9/19
Warm-up
Use quarry in a sentence.
Use zealous in a sentence.
Cornell Notes – Literary Terms
Take Cornell Notes on the
following literary terms.
This will be page 43 in your INB
Essential Question: What
literary terms do I need to
know to understand “The
Most Dangerous Game”?
Cornell Notes - Literary Terms
Types of Conflict
What are the types of conflict in
stories?
Man vs. Nature
Man vs. Society
Cornell Notes – Literary Terms
Types of Conflict
Man vs. Man
Man vs. Himself
Literary Terms Con’t
What are the terms
for the characters?
Protagonist is the hero
(the good guy)
Antagonist is the
opponent (the bad
guy)
Literary Terms Con’t
What are the different Points of
View?
First Person POV – a character in the
story is narrating. The narrator never
discloses anything the other
characters think or feel. The story is
limited to only what this character
sees and thinks. This character may
be reliable or unreliable!
Clues: Uses words like I, you, me,
my, we, us
Literary Terms Con’t
Third Person Limited POV –
someone outside of the story is
narrating the story. The narrator
only knows the thoughts and
feelings of a single character.
Third Person Omniscient POV –
someone outside of the story is
narrating the story. The narrator
knows the thoughts and feelings of
all of the characters in the story.
Clues: Uses words like he or she
Literary Terms Con’t
What figures of speech do I need to
know?
Simile – a comparison using “like” or “as”
My love is like a red, red rose.
Comparison between love and rose
Metaphor – a direct comparison
The moon was a ghostly galleon tossed
upon cloudy seas.
Comparison between moon and ghostly
galleon (ship)
Literary Terms Con’t
Theme – the central topic. The theme is not
intended to teach or preach. You determine
theme by looking at repeated patterns,
symbols, ideas and images within the story
– the characters, the action, the setting
Examples of theme – Coming of Age,
Overcoming Adversity, the Noble Sacrifice
for Family or Friendship, Fall from Grace,
Love Conquers All
Surveying the Text
Read “Meet the Author” and
“Background to the Story” on pg.59
Literature.
When you hear the phrase “big
game hunting,” what do you think
of?
Read the title on page 60 Literature.
What do you predict the story is
about?
Wednesday 9/17
Agenda, Homework, Warm-ups
Agenda: page 40-41
Warmup
Study Guide on ”The Most Dangerous
Game” (pg. 45 INB)
Read “The Most Dangerous Game” (pgs.
60-80 Literature)
 Homework:
Work on Study Guide as we read story
in class. Have completed by Tuesday
9/23
Vocabulary Quiz 9/19
Interactive Notebook Check 9/19
Warm-up
Is it right to hunt just for
sport? Why or why not?
Read “The Most Dangerous Game”
Follow along with the recording.
As you come across vocabulary
words, write the sentence and page
number down on the vocabulary
section of your study guide.
Write down any words you do not
know and the page number where
they can be found below the
vocabulary section of your study
guide.
Thursday 9/18
Agenda, Homework, Warm-ups
Agenda: On page 40-41
Warm-up
Table of Contents (pg. 2 INB)
Discuss Quiz 9/19
Write Summary for Cornell Notes (pg.
39 and 43 INB)
Read “The Most Dangerous Game” (pg.
60-80 Literature)
Complete Study Guide “The Most
Dangerous Game”
Homework:
Complete Summaries (5+ Sentences) for
Cornell Notes
Page 39 INB “Short Story Notes”
Due Tomorrow with INB
Page 43 INB “Literary Terms”
Due Tuesday 9/23
INB Check #2 Friday 9/19 – Make sure
you have your INB Checklist
Vocabulary Quiz Friday 9/19
Warm-up
What was the name of the
island where the story takes
place?
How did Rainsford end up
on the island?
Describe one detail about
General Zaroff’s house.
Table of Contents pg 2 INB
Date
Page Title
Page Number
8/25
8/25-8/29
8/28
8/27-8/29
9/2-9/5
9/4
9/4
9/4-9/10
9/9
9/8-9/12
9/12
9/11-9/12
“Hip Hop Planet” (Margin Notes)
Agenda Homework, Warm-up
SOAPSTone
Cornell Notes – SOAPSTone
Agenda, Homework, Warm-ups
Guided Chunking/Analyz. Stylistic Choices
“Hip Hop Planet” Writing Assignment
Rough Draft, Peer Edit, Personal Response
Direct Quotations and Paraphrase
Agenda, Homework, Warm-ups
Plot Diagram
Cornell Notes – Short Story
25
26-27
*28
*29
30-31
32
33
34
35
36-37
*38
*39
Table of Contents
Date
Page Title
Page Number
9/15-9/19
9/15
9/16
9/22
9/17
Agenda, Homewok, Warm-ups
Vocabulary “Most Dangerous Game”
Cornell Notes: Literary Terms
Plot Diagram “Most Dangerous Game”
Study Guide “Most Dangerous Game”
40-41
42
43
44
45
Quiz 9/19
It will cover Cornell Notes “Short
Story” and Cornell Notes “Literary
Terms”
It will be matching.
It will be 10 pts.
It will cover exposition, rising action,
climax, falling action, resolution,
setting, mood, tone, point of view
(first person, third person limited and
third person omniscient), flashback,
foreshadowing
Reading “The Most Dangerous Game”
Turn to page 67
Pull out your study guide
Prepare to listen and
follow along
Friday, 9/19
Agenda:
Read “The Most Dangerous Game” at
bottom of page 72 Literature textbooks
Have your Study Guides out to answer
questions as you listen to the story
(pg. 45 INB)
Vocabulary Quiz – up to substitute if you can
use your INB
Turn in Interactive Notebooks – I need one
from everyone
Homework: No homework. Enjoy your weekend
FRIDAY
Agenda, Homework, Homework
Agenda: Copy onto pg 40-41 INB
No Warm-up
Vocabulary Quiz – You may use
your INB
Collect INB – Due today
Read “The Most Dangerous
Game”

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