For the weekend you have a few things to take care of to prepare for our next class. Remember that with the AP Exams coming up next week we will only be holding class on Wednesday as most of you will be out for testing on Monday and Wednesday. For Wednesday's class please make sure that you and your group have created a Google document which is shared with me (mrmillerjhs @ gmail [dot] com) in order to receive your first check-in grade as a group. Remember the workflow, begin by reading the story, then determine your essential questions, and from there, plan your discussion.
In addition, please read and annotate George Orwell's "Shooting an Elephant" which is available in 50 Essays or at this link. You will want to build connections between this text and "The Man I Killed" as we'll be discussing both stories on Wednesday.
Your homework for Monday's class is to finish your outline of all three topics. Remember that you can use what we studied today in class (Night and Escape from Sobibor) as topics in your paper. Please follow the instructions in the previous post and maintain your formatting of the topics in the outline. For each topic you must:
- identify the topic
- write a topic sentence
- give your example from the topic
- explain how this example proves your point about remembering tragedy
Remember what we said at the beginning of this process - everything proves the argument!