- ELAGSE9-10RL9 Analyze how an author draws on and transforms source material in a specific work (e.g., how Shakespeare treats a theme or topic from Ovid or the Bible or how a later author draws on a play by Shakespeare).
Learning Target: I can demonstrate my knowledge on a comprehensive exam; I can draw on source material to create my own work.
Opening Session: Relax before your test with this oddly satisfying video:
Work Session: Welcome to Wednesday, your SLO day!!
Today you will complete the Student Learning Objective Post-Test. This test is taken on the iRespond remotes (the little clickers). It’s a 25 question multiple-choice test, in that standard “Read the passage, answer the question” format. You MAY write in the books. Write all over them, in fact – use some of those strategies we learned in class.
The test is 45 minutes long.
After the test is over, you guys get to continue working on your Make-A-Hero project. You can use the computers if you need to, or any of the resources I have available in this room, but because of testing I can’t let you go to the media center or computer lab, or even out in the hallway.
You’ll have the remainder of class to work on your make-a-hero project!
Closing Session: Book Talk – Divergent
Assessment: Projects will ultimately be graded
Differentiation: Process (students may work in partners); product (choice in format of final project).