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PostSubject: The Stormbreaker Chapters Nine, Ten, Eleven and Twelve   Mon Mar 01, 2010 9:57 am

Lesson/Task 1:

a) List the features of diary writing in you Vocab/Lit notebook.
b) We are going to add more entries to Alex’s diary – What key events should we include and make an entry in his diary?
c) How we can become more successful at writing in role?

Task 2:
a) Select two key events; summarize them and describe why they are important.
b) How has Alex’s character changed from the beginning of the novel? Use words and phrases from the text

Task 3: Read 11 (Dorzmary Mine) and 12 (Behind the Door). Write notes about each chapter outlining Alex’s experiences in your Vocab/Lit notebook.

Lesson/Task 4:
a) You are going to role-play the scenes in groups, practice and then perform while the rest of class watches.
b) Groups will comment on ways each group was performing and complete assessment rubric.
c) Discuss storyboarding the scene – ideas for pictures of significant moments. Provide story boards for students.

Note: You will be assessed on the following abilities:

1. Work collaboratively to role-play a key moment from the novel
2. Successfully record a scene in the form of a storyboard
3. Evaluate the performance of others
4. Annotate your storyboard

This assignment is weighted as an Application Grade (30% of Term 2 Literacy). Any student who is off-task at any time will receive an automatic zero.
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