To Kill a mockingbird Reading Calendar



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To Kill A Mockingbird Reading Calendar

Monday

Reading Quiz & Lecture

Tuesday

Read Aloud & Study Guide

Wednesday

Writing & Analysis

Thursday

Discussion

Friday

Annotations & Reading Time

4/14

Background Info

Read Aloud

4/15

Read Aloud

SG 1-4

Read ch. 1-3

4/16 *Late Start

In class essay: Life Lesson

Read ch. 4-5

4/17

Paper Discussion
Read ch. 6-8

4/18

NO SCHOOL




4/21

Reading Quiz

Lecture
Read ch. 9

4/22

Read Aloud

SG 5-13
Read ch. 10-11

4/23*Testing

NO CLASS


4/24*Testing

NO CLASS


4/25

Compare and Contrast Chart

Annotations

Read ch. 12-13

4/28

Bellringer#1

Reading Quiz

Lecture


4/29

Read Aloud

SG 5-13
Read ch. 14

4/30* Late Start

In class essay: Symbolism
Read ch. 15

5/1

Penny Discussion
Read ch. 16

5/2

Annotations

Read ch. 17-19

5/5

Bellringer#2

Reading Quiz

Lecture

Read ch. 20

5/6

Read Aloud

SG 14-20
Read ch. 21

5/7

In class essay:

TBA
Read ch. 22



5/8

Carousel Discussion
Read ch. 23

5/9

Annotations

Read ch. 24-27

5/12

Bellringer #3

Reading Quiz

Lecture

Read ch. 28

5/13

Read Aloud

SG 21-28
Read ch. 29

5/14

In class essay: Mockingbird
Read ch. 30-31

5/15

Final Discussion

Study for Test!

5/16

Annotations

Test


5/19

Intro. Final Presentation

5/20

Lab ERR; 120

Research

5/21

Lab 120

Research

5/22*Assembly

Lab 118



Research

5/23

Lab 118

Research

5/26

Presentation Skills

5/27

Practice Presentation

5/28 *Late Start

Presentations

5/29

Presentations

5/30

Presentations

6/2

Review


6/3

Review


6/4

FINALS


Period 1

Review 7:20-8:18



Exam 8:18-9:48

Period 5 Review 10:48-11:38



6/5

FINALS


Period 5

Review 9:05-9:15



Exam 9:15-10:45

6/6 -6/9

FINALS


Annotation Guide

FOR EACH CHAPTER, complete AT LEAST 3 annotations and 1 one-sentence summary frame. Try to spread out your annotations as much as possible through chapter!

 One annotation must include all of the following:

 an important passage that is highlighted or underlined

 your thoughts on its significance in the margin

 Your one-sentence summary frame format:

Ch. ____________ begins with__________, continues with____________ , and ends with _____________.

 What types of things can we take notes/comment on?

  New characters—underline or circle the name/description and write thoughts in margin

 Changes in setting

 Confused = ? (Explain what you’re confused about)

 Surprised = ! (Explain why it was surprising?)

 Important moment = * (Why is it important?)

 Meaningful lines/passages/quotes

 Connections

 Inferences

 Predictions—underline foreshadowing, and in margin note the prediction

 Literary Terms



*Your annotations will be checked every Friday. (10 pt. = all annotations, 6 pt. = majority annotations, 0 pt. = partial to no annotations)

Grade Breakdown:



  • Study Guides (10 points each) [40 homework points]

  • In Class Essays (15 points each) [60 writing/project points]

  • Discussions (10 points each, Final Discussion 15 points) [45 participation points]

  • Annotations (10 points each) [40 homework points]

  • Reading Quizzes and Test (test/quiz points vary)

  • Unit Participation (Actively listening during lecture, contributing to bellringers, following along while reading, etc.) [50 participation points]

  • Presentation [30 writing/project points]


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