Monday, September 15, 2014

Examining Elements of Fiction in "Tuesday of the Other June"

From The Language of Literature's "Tuesday of the Other June" 
Warm Up: Silent Reading  Happy Monday! You may use this time to read silently from your A.R. book and/or take A.R. quizzes. I will also try to conference with you regarding your reading progress.  

Guided Reading and Analyzing Elements of Fiction: "Tuesday of the Other June" Today we are going to read yet another selection of literature about a young person who is struggling with growing up and personal identity. 

As we read together, I want you to take note of the story's important fictional elements, including its setting, characters, plot, conflict, and theme. Need a quick review of the 'Elements of Fiction'? Let's rewatch the video below. 

You will take notes on the elements of fiction featured in "Tuesday of the Other June" using the document 'Writer's Workout #2' in your Language Arts folders (a link is also here.) 

You can find a copy of the actual "Tuesday of the Other June" reading selection in your folders, as well as a link hereYou can also find a copy of the reading selection on pgs. 80-88 of your Language of Literature textbook.  
After we finish reading the story, you will be tasked with writing an organized summary paragraph of "Tuesday of the Other June," which incorporates the fictional elements that you made note of.  

Video of the Day  'Patty Cake' like you've never seen it before. Enjoy!  

Homework  Read your A.R. book at home for at least 30 minutes and make a digital Reading Log entry.