Week 11: Wrap up The Crucible

I hope you and your families made it through the hurricane and that you are all safe. Due to the “hurricane break,” we will have to shift our plan a bit. This week, we will revisit rhetorical appeals, devices, and techniques from last week and continue our reading of Arthur Miller’s play, The Crucible. We will also welcome back our classmates who will be returning in a face-to-face setting! Please be sure you are on time and present each day! Please see below for a brief schedule of our week together: 

Monday, November 21. Revisit President Obama’s “National Address to Schoolchildren”
2. Multiple choice error analysis 
3. Which rhetorical appeal? (Zoom poll)
4. CTLS Assessment: Mid-unit assessment (Touchstone)
Tuesday, November 31. Continue reading The Crucible
2. Ongoing Assignment: Act 1 text-dependent questions and Vocab Chart
– Both assignments can be found in “Assignments” or below (scroll past the calendar).
The reading can be found in “Lesson Resources” or below (scroll past the calendar).
– Submit Act 1 text-dependent questions and Vocab Chart by 11:59 pm on Wednesday.
Wednesday, November 4Please note that Wednesdays are reserved for independent work time, tutoring, and small group learning.
Click here to sign up for a check-in and/or tutoring session with Ms. Antonacci!
Thursday, November 51. Start watching The Crucible
2. Ongoing Assignment: The Crucible Rhetorical Analysis
3. The assignment can be found in “Assignments” or below (scroll past the calendar).
Friday, November 61. Complete watching The Crucible
2. Ongoing Assignment: The Crucible Rhetorical Analysis
The assignment can be found in “Assignments” or below (scroll past the calendar).
Submit by 11:59 pm on Sunday. Don’t forget NoRedInk as well!

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