.Act I -Finish and quiz
Scholastic Reading Inventory/Lab 604
Holt Reader-Act 2 sc 2 p312-326
-Review Family Tree (handout)
-Character List (handout)
-Quiz/Characters and Act I Scene 1
-Act I Scene 2, 3
HW-Finish Scene 3/No Fear
-Act I Romeo and Juliet/Line simplifications
-Act I/No Fear Shakespeare http://nfs.sparknotes.com/romeojuliet/page_4.html
HW-Finish Reading Act I/Act I line Simplifications
-video clip/Globe theater
-Review Shakespeare/Elizabethean English
-Andy Griffith's "Romeo and Juliet"
HW-Act II translations
-Finish Poem recitals
-Intro. to Shakespeare
-How to read Shakespeare 890-896
HW-Romeo and Juliet/Scene 2
-Poetry Slam Room 405 and 311
-Free Write (10-90) worth 10 points
"Life is 10% of what happens and 90% of how you react."
-Poetry Salm (Extra Credit)
-Admin./Report Cards, Parent Letter
-Figurative language review and quiz
-Poem/ Peer review
-Draft #2 of poem
HW-Finish draft #2
-Free-write/Spring Break 2013
-House furniture and metaphors http://www.quotev.com/quiz/1047825/Which-household-object-are-you/
-Life Poem Project (see attached)
HW-Finish draft of Life Poem
-Choose poem from p 473-554
HW-TPCASTT poem choice (see attachment)
-Intro to poetry/terminology
-Holt Reader p 199-217 (20 points)
Finish by 3/25
-MLA Format and Citations
HW-Mixbooks due Tues. 7:25 am
Stravino's Class Pages-Click your class tab to find out assignments, notes, due dates, homework, and the daily agenda.
3/11/13 Obj: Student will use online databases to access information
-Career Packet (see attached)
-Beggar and the Dog
-Test of the Bow
-Death at the Palace
-Odysseus and Penelope
HW-Study for Quiz
3/1/13 Obj: Student will make planned oral presentations.
Cattle of the Gods
Beggar and the Dog
HW-Read "Cattle of the gods" p 784-786 (4A)
2/27/13 Obj: Character and conflict in the Odyssey.
-4A Quiz/Free write
-The Enchantress and The Land of the Dead (p. 773-778)
-Presentations (Enchantress/Land of the Dead)
-Make-up presentations (time permitting)
Keys to Success in Mr. Stravino's class
1) Come prepared to each class.
2) Keep a positive attitude.
3) Be respectful.
Feel free to call 757-467-6294 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for any/all questions.