ENG 2D 2012: Your Responsibilities

The table below outlines your responsibilities according to your groups.  If you were absent yesterday, please review another student’s chart, and decide which group you wish to join; if I added you to the wrong group, feel free to change. Once you have made your choice, discuss the structure with a member of the group.

Class, I was impressed by your response to the framework I presented yesterday. Please impress me even more by doing the best work you can today.

Chapter by Chapter

Reader   Response

The   Big Picture

Intertextuality

For the first 25 minutes, complete one of the tasks on the sheet.

For the next 25 minutes, discuss your task with the rest of the group. If you created questions, make sure that the group answers them!

Dedicate the rest of the time to reading

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Choose a task from the sheet, and use the time today to complete this task to the best of your ability. Remember that the task needs to be at least one page single-spaced.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yesterday, we decided that you would begin with this topic:

Some   have argued that to understand Mockingbird,   you need to understand Franklin Delano’s Roosevelt’s famous line, “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” Explain the impact fear has on characters in the novel.

Today, I’d like you to spend the first 40 minutes collecting evidence from the novel to address this question. Please use the remaining time to discuss your findings with the group.

 

 

  Choose a task from the sheet, and use the time today to complete this task to the best of your ability. Remember that the task needs to be at least one page single-spaced.

 

I will introduce the first video clip to you on Thursday. Hopefully, this will help you see how to bring multimedia into your discussions.

 

 

 

 

 

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