Monday, December 2, 2019
Objective: Students will begin reading and annotating chapter two of To Kill a Mockingbird.
What students will learn: Reading a book takes time and thinking. You can't just fly through a book and expect to pick up the details necessary for a deep understanding.
NOTE: Students completing the vocabulary workbook should be working on Lesson Six this week (week one of two).
1. Really take your time going through the e-mails which have accumulated over the last five days. Respond where necessary, archive those you might need later, and delete those (and possibly unsubscribe) which are unnecessary.
2. How was break? Any good stories?
3. We will briefly review the __________ information we learned and discussed before break from the first chapter.
4. Begin reading and annotating the second chapter, again focusing on annotating details related to setting and characters.
FOLLOW-UP: Finish reading chapter two for tomorrow so you are ready to start thinking about how Scout has been characterized in the first two chapters.