Jump Off -- Please take out your grammar homework--do you have any questions for Mr. Martin?
S. the C. -- go over HW, agenda/rationale/HW
Assessment -- Non-restrictive/Restrictive Elements
--carefully complete the assessment
--when finished, turn in the assessment and copy down the Key Facts (see front board)
Transition -- finish copying down the Key Facts, quickly look at "Discussion Contribution Rating Scale" again, form a circle
Discussion -- The Count of Monte Cristo pgs. 1-93
--character posters (stick on the front of your desk)--rationale for picture chosen, valuable information from pgs. 1-93
--Post-Its (or...), especially important passages
--theme statements (a list will be compiled on the front board) and support
Transition -- re-row desks
--also, remember to make sure that you are reviewing your notes, as I may "check in on" your knowledge and understanding at any time
--while reading pgs. 93-123, work on character posters (if any of your characters "show up" in this section of the reading) and complete Post-Its (focus especially on flagging seemingly important passages)
--respond to the following question using specific details (direct quotes?!) from the text: How has one of your characters (or any character in the text if you have yet to "meet" yours) developed one of the themes that we discussed in class today?
--BRING YOUR VOCABULARY BOOK NEXT CLASS