Hi I Like Cats Essay

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English IV K 5th Six Weeks 2013-2014 Unit V - Illusion and Disillusion
Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday - Thursday

Friday

February 24
Turn in close reading.
Discuss Ch. 7-9
HW: Read Ch. 10-13
Work on a close reading outline of passage #2.

25
Discuss yesterday's close reading.
Discuss Ch. 10-13
HW: Work on a close reading outline of passage #3.
Read Ch. 14-17

26-27
Discuss yesterday's close reading.
Discuss Ch. 14-17
HW: Work on a close reading outline of passage #4.
Read Ch. 18-21

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Discuss yesterday's close reading.
HW: Read the rest of the book

March 3
Discuss the rest of the book
Discuss tomorrow's close read.

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Close Read from outline. Meet in computer lab (Major Grade).

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Introduce Tess of the D'Urbervilles. Discuss setting, plot, character development, meliorism/pessimism. Hand out for note taking, prompts for final exam, and guided reading question which can function as quizzes or homework responses. You must keep up with the reading schedule. HW: read Phase the First for Friday's class

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Discussion of Tess, Phase the First: plot, Tess's reactions, Hardy's metaphors and interlocutions, themes, symbols, allusions, imagery TEKS: compare and contrast elements of text such as themes, conflicts, and allusions. HW: Read "Phase the Second" Ch. 12 - 15 for Monday's discussion.

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Begin discussion of "Phase the Second" Ch. 12 - 15: plot, Tess's withdrawal, Hardy's metaphors and interlocutions, themes, symbols, loss of innocence, child, allusions to philosophers, academics, shifting setting. TEKS: analyze relevance of setting and time frame to text's meaning. HW: Read Phase the Third , CH. 16 -24 for Tuesday's and Wednesday's discussions.

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Begin discussion of "Phase the Third" Ch. 16 - 19: setting minor characters, the dairy, the Clares. TEKS: compare and contract elements of tests such as themes, conflicts, and allusions HW: Read Ch. 20 - 24.

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Continue discussion of "Phase the Third" Ch. 20 - 24: Angel Clare's decisions, philosophical issues about the common man, religious allusions, Jack Dollop's story, setting. TEKS: compare and contract elements of tests such as themes, conflicts, and allusions HW: Ch. 25 - 30.

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Begin discussion of "Phase the Fourth: The Consequence" Ch. 25 - 30;...

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