Critical Questions to Address in Your Research

critical questions for research

Weds.-Fri. 17-19 Dec. 2014

Poetry Project Presentations

Mon.-Tues. 15-16 Dec. 2014

Due Today for Teacher Check:  Completed Team Portfolio

In Class Today:

  1. Team Presentation Practice
  2. Team Check In

HW: Final presentation prep and portfolio revisions!

Fri. 12 Dec. 2014

Target: I can conduct meaningful research to address critical questions.

In Class Today:

  1. Report to the LIBRARY
  2. Team work time

HW: Fulfill your team obligations!

Thurs. 11 Dec. 2014

Target: I can apply a historical/biographical lens to examination of poetry.

In Class Today:

  1. Entry TPCASTT: "a song in the front yard"
  2. Historical/Biographical Analysis… examples.
  3. Nonverbals Practice

HW: Fulfill your obligations to your team!

Weds. 10 Dec. 2014

Target: I can conduct meaningful research to address critical questions.

In Class Today:

  1. Report to LAB 200
  2. Team work time

HW: Fulfill your team obligations!

Tues. 9 Dec. 2014

Target: See prezi below.

In Class Today:

  1. Examining Nonverbals and Facial Expressions
  2. Formalist Example Paragraphs

HW: Fulfill your obligations to your team!

Mon. 8 Dec. 2014

Target: I can conduct meaningful research to address critical questions.

In Class Today:

  1. Report to the LIBRARY
  2. Team work time

HW: Fulfill your team obligations!

Fri. 5 Dec. 2014

Due Today: Practice TPCASTT

Targets: I can conduct research to address the critical questions about my poetry school or movement.

In Class Today:

  1. Report to the LIBRARY
  2. Team work and research time

HW: Complete tasks based on your team's progress and plan

Thurs. 4 Dec. 2014

Due Today: Team Planning Outline

Targets: I can apply TPCASTT to examine the tone and shifts of a poem from a formalist perspective.

In Class Today:

  1. Team Check In
  2. Debrief TPCASTT of "Silence"
  3. Independent Practice TPCASTT of "What Work Is" and "Wife's Disaster Manual" (G Check In)

HW: Practice TPCASTT of "What Work Is" and "Wife's Disaster Manual" due tomorrow with responses to these two questions in the margins of each poem: How does the poem's main shift help to illustrate its theme? How do the poem's tones help to illustrate its theme?

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