Objective: E/LA 9.2 Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objective summary of the text.
Turn in your spiral to an empty page (I know we are running out of pages so do your best). Write down the quote and then explain its significance:
"To our amazement, Reverend Sykes emptied the
can onto the table and raked the coins into his
hand. He straightened up and said, 'This is not
enough, we must have ten dollars'" (Lee 102).
- Why was money being collected?
- Who would get the money?
- Why does this person need money?
- How is Calpurnia's church different from Scout's usual church?
2. Get out your chapter 12 titles. Now tell me why you chose that title. Collect.
3. Yes/No Corn: If you were Scout, you would have gone with Jem to read to Mrs. DuBose. Summarize Chapter 13 with this title: Aunt Alexandra Comes to Stay.
4. Reader's Theater: Chapter 14.
5. Class decides a title for Chapter 14.
On our own, Chapter 15. Everyone gets a post-it note. Put the post-it below the most significant part of this chapter.