- Collect two sheets from the counter -

- Collect two sheets from the counter -

- Collect two sheets from the counter - Bubble in your student number on your answer sheet Add THREE ZEROS before your number - Study for your quiz Success Criteria 1.I can create and fill out a Do/What chart

in order to properly deconstruct a writing prompt. 2.I can begin writing an essay on the theme of The Highwayman by Alfred Noyes. Prior Knowledge When I say, deconstruct a writing prompt, what do you think I mean?

Why is it vital to be able to deconstruct a writing prompt? What would happen if you did not fully understand the writing prompt, and then you begin writing an essay? When writing an essay, should you read a text or the writing prompt

first? Do/What What is it? Do/What A chart I create in order to deconstruct a writing prompt. It is used to make sure I answer all parts of a writing prompt. I will use for all essays in Literacy.

Do/What First, you draw a T-Chart on your sheet of paper. The left side says, Do. The right side says, What. DO WHAT

Do/What Next, you read the writing prompt. While doing so, you put all verbs in the Do side of the chart. Then, you put the parts of the sentences that you are actually doing on the What side of

the chart. DO WHAT Do/What Example: Determine the theme. DO

Determi ne WHAT theme TIPS You do NOT need to include the nonessential or the I already know this

parts of a writing prompt. Example: Use standard conventions of English. Write an essay. Do/What - Teacher Completes Please read The Woman Called Moses by Walter Oleksy and Meg Mims. In this text, the authors develop several central ideas. After you have read, determine one central idea from the text and write an essay that both summarizes and analyzes how that central idea is conveyed through particular details. Cite evidence from

the text to support your analysis. Follow the conventions of standard written English. Write your essay in the space provided on the next pages. Do/What Why do you think we are going to use Do/What Charts? How will having a completed Do/What Chart help you when you are reading the text(s) and writing the essay?

Do/What - Class Completes The writer of Beyond Thirst: The Global Water Crisis introduces a key idea that people all over the world lack access to safe drinking water. Write an essay that summarizes and analyzes how this key idea is introduced, illustrated, and elaborated in the text. Be sure to cite evidence from the text to support your analysis. Follow the conventions of standard written English. Write your essay in the space provided on the next pages. Do/What - Groups Completes - on back side of

Do/What sheet Please read Ingenious Coralbots May Help Restore Coral Reefs by Meera Dolasia. In this text, the writer develops several central ideas. After you have read, determine one central idea from the text and write an essay that both summarizes and analyzes how that central idea is developed over the course of the text, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details. Cite strong and thorough evidence from the text to support your analysis. Follow the conventions of standard written English. Write your essay in the space provided on the next pages.

Do/What - on front side of Do/What Chart sheet Writing Prompt: What is the authors message/theme in The Highwayman by Alfred Noyes? Give two methods Noyes used to convey this theme (character, setting, plot, conflict, recurring elements, and title). Use text evidence to support your response. In Alfred Noyes The Highwayman the theme/message is clearly conveyed. Give two methods (character, setting, plot, conflict, recurring elements, or title)

Noyes used to convey this theme. Use text evidence to support your response. Page 587 in the Literature Textbooks. YOU MUST HAVE 2 PIECES OF EVIDENCE PER BODY PARAGRAPH. This will be completed in class on Thursday and Friday. You may take it home and complete it early, if you would like. Use your lined paper.

Do not write on the back side of the paper. Exit Reflection: Are you confident with creating and completing a Do/ What Chart in order to understand what to write about? Why? Do/What - Individual Student Completes Extra Practice You have read Tim Cooks Speech at Steve Jobs

Memorial.2 Now determine Cooks purpose. Write an essay that summarizes and analyzes how he uses rhetoric to advance his purpose. Be sure to cite strong and thorough evidence from the text to support your analysis. Follow the conventions of standard written English. Write your essay in the space provided in the next pages. Do/What - Individual Student Completes Extra Practice As part of the war on drugs and in reaction to an increase in school violence, many schools across the nation now conduct targeted searches of student lockers and backpacks. Although the Supreme

Court has ruled that public school officials have the right to search students persons and property when they have reasonable cause to suspect weapons or drugs, many people feel this is a gross violation of students right to privacy. Others feel that since school officials are responsible for the well-being of students while they are in the building, they have the right to search for drugs or weapons at any time. Argue for one side of the issue. Give reasons with specific evidence from the two texts.

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