November 21: Finish movie/novel comparison paragraph, due 11/22.
November 21-December 8: work on Narrative, due December 9.
November 11: Study the study guide for chapters 46-epilogue assessment. Study vocabulary 46-epilogue vocabulary ppt. November 12: The Maze Runner final assessment over chapters 46-epilogue.
November 4: Read chapters 53-55 and answer 4 questions November 5: Read chapters 56-58. Answer any 4 questions. November 7: Read chapters 59-60. Answer any 4 questions. October 28: Read chapters 44-45. Answer two questions. October 29: Read chapters 46-48. Answer two questions. October: 31: Test over The Maze Runner chapters 32-45. Read chapters 49-52. Answer four questions. November 1: Catch up Day (chapters 44-52); Finish bio-board, due Monday, November 4.
October 21: Read chapters 35-36. Answer any 4 questions. Highlight figurative language as you read. October 22: Read chapters 37-38. Answer any 4 questions. October 24: Read chapters 39-40. Answer any 4 questions. October 25: Students will choose a character from The Maze Runner to analyze. They will fill out the graphic organizer about the famous person in One Note and create a bio-board. (half of a poster board) They will include: picture of their character, picture of the famous person they are named for, characteristics about each, why they believe the Creators named them after that famous character. Students need to bring poster board and any pictures/information to class Monday to construct bio boards in class. October 7: Read chapters 25-27. Look for figurative language (similes and metaphors) highlight in your book. October 8: Read chapters 28-29. Look for figurative language (similes and metaphors) higtlight in your book. October 10: Read chapters 30-32. Answer any 4 questions. October 17: Study for unit assessment (The Maze Runner). October 1: Finish reading chapters 17-20. Finish "Fakebook" due 10/3. October 3: Read chapters 21-24; identify figurative language (simile, onomatopoeia, metaphor, alliteration, idiom) October 4: NONE
September 23: Read chapters 15-16. Answer two questions from each chapter, due 9/24. September 24: Study vocabulary ppt chapters 1-16 found in content library or vocabulary. Study the study guide questions found in content library. September 26: Chapters 1-16 assessment. Read chapters 17-19. Answer any 4 questions in One Note, due 10/2.
September 19: Read chapters 12-14. Answer 3 of the 6 questions in One Note September 20:Finish writing theme paragraph from chapters 12-14. Read chapters 15-16. Chapters 1-16 assessment is Tuesday 9/24. September 9: Finish reading chapter 7 and answer two questions from chapter 7. September 10: none September 11: none September 12: Be prepared to determine a theme and cite evidence for mid-unit assessment tomorrow. September 13: finish rough draft of mid-unit assessment due 9/17.
September 3: Answer two questions from chapter 1 and 2 questions from chapter 2 of The Maze Runner. Due 9/5. September 5: Answer two questions from chapter 3 and two questions from chapter 4. Due 9/9. August 26: Finish Nellie final draft due 8/27. August 27: Finish determining the gist "A hero's journey, act 1" due 8/29. August 29: Finish determining the gist "A hero's journey, act 2" due 8/30. August 30: "The Airport" page 7 due 9/3.
November 11: Warm up 22; review using study guide November 12: Warm up 23; The Maze Runner final assessment over chapters 46-epilogue. November 14: Aligning Thomas to "The Hero's Journey"; creating our narrative, aligning it to "The Hero's Journey" November 15: Working on narrative. November 18-19: Watch The Maze Runner; fill in graphic organizer
October 28: Read chapters 44-45. Research scientist of chosen Glader. October 29: Read chapters 46-48; Complete study guide chapters 32-45 together; begin working on bio-board. October 30: Work on types of rock power point; work on bio-board. October 31: Chapters 32-45 assessment; work on bio-board. November 1: New vocabulary; work on bio-board.
October 21: Read chapters 33-34. October 22: dystopian society study using chapters 35-36. October 24: The Maze Runner character analysis/famous scientist research October 25: The Maze Runner character analysis/famous scientist research
October 7: What is a theme in The Maze Runner?Find figurative language in chapters 25-27. October 8: record figurative language found in chapters 25-27. October 10: record figurative language found in chapters 28-29. Align Thomas with "The Hero's Journey." October 11: Review chapters 17-31 for test Friday next week.
September 19: Write a paragraph(what is a theme in The Maze Runner) using chapters 10-11. September 20: Write a paragraph(what is a theme in The Maze Runner) using chapters 12-14.
September 23: Write a paragraph(what is a theme in The Maze Runner) using chapters 15-16. September 24: Chapters 1-16 assessment The three themes written in class will assist students in writing on their assessment.
September 9 Read chapters 5-7 September 10 Read chapters 8-9 September 11 Science Day September 12 Read chapters 10-11 September 13 Mid-unit assessment: Determine a theme in The Maze Runner
August 26 Nellie paragraph (final draft) August 27 "A Hero's Journey, Act 1" What is the gist? August 29 "A Hero's Journey, Act 2" What is the gist? August 30 Figurative Language: "Princess Penelope" September 3 The Maze Runner chapters 1-2 September 5 The Maze Runner chapters 3-4 September 6 Create hierarchy of the Glade