Here is a sample for what an FQI sheet could look like:
Events at Lewis and Clark Library!
Event relating to the book The Hate U Give. Amazing!
There are many audiobooks available online, so you can search for many versions (whole book, parts, chapters, etc). Here is one link:
Here are pictures of what we annotated in class. The un-annotated paragraphs were for annotating on your own.
Here is what to study for the quiz tomorrow/Thursday:
Review figurative language and devices from poetry and previous bell ringers.
- Formatting titles
Here are the steps you should take when completing the poetry collection:
- Pick your 5 poems.
- Revise your 5 poems.
- word choice
- overall imagery
- structure / literary devices
- Pick 1 of the 5 to analyze. Copy it down so you can…
- Annotate the poem using TPSFASTT.
- Write up the analysis of the poem in paragraph format. You should be answering the question: Analyze the theme of your poem and how the literary devices used influence that theme. Here is an example: Example Analysis
- Revise your analysis (MUGS)
- Double-check MLA formatting throughout.
- Type everything up! (Don’t toss the drafts.)
- Create a cover page.
- Final revisions of everything THEN print and assemble.
Revisions due 2/28/2018 (Wednesday)
Here are notes to help guide improvement and revisions on the social media prompt:
- What are 3 areas that social media has changed the lives of teens? What has social media twisted or flipped from when your parents were teens?
- Behavior (addiction to checking in, disconnecting from others, etc)
- Relationships to – peers – parents – extended family – strangers
- Peer pressures (more pervasive, “challenges”)
- Self-expression – acceptance of self – bullying – teens making $ – body image issues
Next, find evidence to support these claims.
- What evidence supports that these areas have truly changed?
Now, analyze your evidence and claims. These questions can guide you:
- Are the changes negative or positive?
- How have the changes impacted our world?
- What do “non-social media” adults need to know about those changes?
THINGS TO CONSIDER:
When I was reading the essays, I noticed many lacked a clear thesis. It’s hard to organize without one. I also noticed overall organization was lacking. Use the outline! Couple other tips: – Avoid longggggg quotes. – Use a VARIETY of sources to pull evidence from.
Here is the link to the survey:
Access Code: 397564
Here are the concepts and terms that we will be checking on Friday, 2/9:
– dialogue, dialect, diction
– formatting quotations
Here are the links to the articles you can choose to read:
“American Girls: How Social Media is Disrupting the Lives of Teenagers” by Nancy Jo Sales from Time: http://time.com/AMERICANGIRLS/
“How Teens Use Social Media” by Mary H. K. Choi from Wired: HTTPS://WWW.WIRED.COM/2016/08/HOW-TEENS-USE-SOCIAL-MEDIA/
“Our Bodies, Our Selfies: The Feminist Photo Revolution” by Jessica Bennett from Time: http://time.com/3099103/FEMINIST-SELFIES-UGLYFEMINISTS-IWOKEUPLIKEDIS/
REMEMBER – you are reading TWO of these articles in addition to the one printed in your packet and taking notes!