Warm Up: What, in your opinion, is the purpose of story telling? Why do we tell our stories? Why do we listen to, read and watch other people’s stories?
Literature Focus: Introduction to Storytelling
Homework: Finish Summer Reading Quote Analysis Chart
Summer Reading Test Tomorrow!
Computer Room Discussion: “Students have the opportunity to see that literature is not a cold, dead thing that happened once but instead a vibrant mode of storytelling that's been with us a long time - and will be with us, I hope, for a long time to come.”-John Green
Warm Up: Sit in the same groups as yesterday. Take out your homework and place it in a single pile in the middle of your table.
Introductory Stations Continued
Personal Interest Survey
Homework: Finish your interest survey if needed.
Warm Up: Find your name on a desk. Take a seat and introduce yourself to your group.
Welcome to 9 Honors Workshop
Homework: Complete your last workshop task if needed. You will be moving on to the next station during tomorrow’s class.
Summer Reading test will be on Thursday, September 17th
Warm Up: Note Card Fill In
Speaking and Listening Focus: Overview of Course
What is the purpose of storytelling? Why do people tell stories?
Homework: Sign student contract, have a parent/guardian sign the Guardian Communication Sheet and the Rated “R” Permission Slip.