THURSDAY- -complete "Morte d'Arthur" and pages remaining pages in think-tank -read, annotate, and write precis for "Chivalry Sinks Under Equality's Murky Waters"
FRIDAY- work day (see Thursday's schedule-above) Socrative, Summative test on Monday Precis for "Chivalry Sinks Under Equality's Murky Water" due Tuesday
SG&GK and Morte d'Arthur test notes: See top of p. 10 in think-tank What does it mean to summarize/paraphrase? Identify elements of REALISM & SUPERNATURAL Primary plot elements of medieval romances (p. 161) Internal vs. External conflict Themes of SG&GK & Morte d'Arthur Know the plot of each tale Symbolism: green girdle & black hoods
Canterbury Tales study notes: Direct Characterization w/ pilgrim and example quote Indirect Characterization w/ pilgrim and example quote Define exemplum w/ modern day example (Example: boy who cried wolf is an exemplum for not lying to get attention) (Hint: think of children's movies or fairy-tales) Archetypal Narrative Elements (what are they? List them...) Radix malorum est cupiditas means…?
THURSDAY, 10/25 1. Read and annotate this article from The Onion. 2. Use this rubric to compose one analytical body paragraph on the article. 3. Post your body paragraph to Padlet here 4. Finish "The Pardoner's Tale" and pages 6 & 12 in think-tank
FRIDAY, 10/26 1. Complete the open-think-tank Canterbury Tales quiz (take a picture, email it to me) 2. Take the practice Socrative test by 2:40 pm. (9 questions: begins at 1:40 and ends at 2:40) 3. Canterbury tales summative Socrative test on Monday
WEDNESDAY, 10/17 -complete page 2 (all) and 5 (top half) in your think-tank: -for page 2, just make educated guesses -for page 5, you will need your textbook
FRIDAY, 10/19 Think-Tank & Textbook: 1. complete bottom half of p. 5 using pages 7 & 8 and dictionary.com to look up the words you choose 2. read pages 90 - 93 in your textbook; make note of these concepts: -characterization -direct characterization -indirect characterization -social commentary 3. read about the Knight (textbook, lines 43 to 80) 4. complete p. 9 in t-tank, first row for the Knight 5. Google Image "sketch notes" then create a sketch-note for the Knight 6. take a picture of your Knight sketch-note and email it to me at email@example.com -sketch-note due Monday