- completed TKAM character sketches
- wrote Annotation Notes in our copies of TKAM:
- to engage my mind with the text
- to show that I did the reading
- to prove that I comprehended
- to help me pay attention to what I do and don’t understand
- I ask questions when I am confused or to push my thinking deeper.
- I mark vocabulary I don’t know and use context clues to figure out those words.
- After every chapter, I put what happened into my own words so that I have a quick summary
- I make notes of things I notice: characters, concepts, changes, patterns, and anything else I find interesting.
On the dedication page, make a key of your annotating marks.
On the next page, begin a Character List, where you record the name of each character you come across.
Due WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 3
Read and Annotate TKAM Chapter One
Print "A Song To Myself" if you haven't already
EXTRA CREDIT OPPORTUNITY: "A Song to Myself" paraphrasing
OPTIONAL: Print Reading Schedule