Mon, Sep 4, 2017
  • No School -- Labor Day

Tue, Sep 5, 2017
  • Discuss "To My Dear and Loving Husband"
  • Pass greeting cards around for feedback -- discuss favorites
  • Read together "The Great Awakening" pg 58

Assignment: from "Sinners In the Hands of an Angry God"
  • List Objectives at the top of your questions
  • Review Build Background (BB) + Set Purpose (SP) + Analyze Lit (AL) pg 54
  • Journal: Reader's Context pg 54
  • Listen pg 55-57, "Sinners..."
  • Do M&W pg 57 Do Questions ??? 1-5 pg 59,
  • Do Analyze Lit 59
  • Do Define a Good Person bottom of pg 59

Objectives: After studying this lesson, students will be able to
  • read, interpret, analyze, and evaluate a sermon about human sinfulness and the need to recommit oneself to God.
  • understand the influence of the Great Awakening.
  • understand and analyze analogy and repetition

Wed, Sep 6, 2017
  • Discuss "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God"
  • Discuss Collaborative Learning -- Define a Good Person pg 59

Assignment:
  • Read Build Background on the following link
  • Read this excerpt from The Interesting Narrative of Olaudah Equanio
  • Journal: Connect to Your Life online Olaudah Link
  • Do question 1-6 bottom of the reading
  • Read Build Background and slave narratives on Olaudah link
  • Read biography in cream box about Olaudah Equanio
  • Read "The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano" pg 62-65
  • M&W pg 65 Do questions 1-3 pg 65

Thu, Sep 7, 2017
  • Discuss excerpts from "Olaudah Equanio" in text books and from online text
  • Read in class together Part 3 background text The American Revolution pg 69


Fri, Sep 8, 2017
Assignment:: Speech in the Virginia Convention, A Speech by Patrick Henry
  • Read and discuss Build Background, Meet the Author and Set Purpose pg 80
  • Review literary terms rhetorical question and Enlightenment
  • Assign journal writing - Reader's Context pg 80
  • Watch video of Patrick Henry Speech
  • Complete Refer and Reason questions 1-5 pg 84 in small groups in class
Objectives After studying this lesson, students will be able to
  • read, interpret, analyze, and evaluate a speech persuading colonists to fight for liberty against the British.
  • analyze and understand rhetorical questions.
  • understand the influence of the Enlightenment