Reflections:
After each world literature circle discussion, please complete the following reflection in complete sentences on your page. (Clearly label each discussion reflection.) What was the most interesting idea or insight that was discussed in your group meeting today? Describe the discussion in as much detail as you can, noting the ideas various members came up with as well as any follow-up questions that were asked. (This reflection needs to be a paragraph in length.)

WLC Arnold
WLC Eldred
WLC Hyeunjin
WLC Carol
WLC Katie
WLC Sam
WLC Peter Kim C Block
WLC Eric
WLC Jasmine
WLC Jenny Y
WLC Jane
WLC Christine
WLC James
WLC Andy

Reading Assignments:
Divide your novel into four sections - by pages or chapters. Post the schedule below on your wiki page with your pages/chapters due filled in for each class.

Class 39
World Literature Circles - Meeting #1
Pages / Chapters Due:

Class 41
World Literature Circles - Meeting #2
Pages / Chapters Due:

Class 43
World Literature Circles - Meeting #3
Pages / Chapters Due:

Class 44
World Literature Circles - Meeting #4
Pages / Chapters Due:

Preview your book by answering the following questions on your wiki page:
  • What do you think this novel will be about based on the cover art? (complete sentences)
  • READ THE FIRST PAGE ALOUD IN YOUR GROUP
  • What is the POV (provide evidence)?
  • What conflict is introduced?
  • What characters are introduced?
  • What do you learn about each of the characters (provide textual evidence)?
  • What is the setting (time, location)?
  • What do you think this book will be about? (complete sentences)




Animal Farm Discussion Leaders

Chapter 1: Example Analysis - Mr. Stephens
Chapter 2: whole class
Chapters 3-4: Katie, Carol
Chapter 5: Eldred, Arnold
Chapter 6: Peter, Eric
Chapter 7: Jasmine, Jenny
Chapter 8: Jane, Christine
Chapter 9: James, Andy
Chapter 10: Sam, Hyeunjin



World Literature Circle Groups:

Book due date: Tuesday, May 11th, 2010. It is your responsibility to obtain a physical copy of your book. Most of the books are available locally or through Amazon.com.


July's People: Eric, Arnold, Eldred
One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich: JennyY, Jasmine, Andy
All Quiet on the Western Front: PeterK, Hyeunjin, James, Katie
The Guide: Christine, Sam, Carol, Jane,




Things Fall Apart Literature Circle Reflections

Reflections:
After each literature circle discussion, please complete the following reflection in complete sentences on your page. (Clearly label each discussion reflection.) What were the two most interesting ideas or insights that were discussed in your group meeting today? Describe the ideas and insights in as much detail as you can, noting the ideas and connections various members came up with as well as any follow-up questions that were asked. (This reflection needs to be a paragraph in length.) Also, make sure you refer at least once to the text.

C Block - Tuesday, April 20, 2010:
Note: After discussion #4, please add an evaluation of your discussion performance. Review the Literature Circle Discussion Skills
page and evaluate your performance in your literature circle. Have you been a strong discussion participant? Why or why not?

TFA Reflections Christine
TFA Reflections Katie
TFA Reflections Eldred
TFA Reflections Sam
TFA Reflections Andy
TFA Reflections Arnold
TFA Reflections Carol
TFA Reflections Jane
TFA Reflections James
TFA Reflections Eric
TFA Reflections PeterK C block
TFA Reflections JennyY
TFA Reflections Jasmine
TFA Reflections Hyeunjin




Sentence Patterns Quarter 3 and 4
SP Christine
SP Katie
SP Eldred
SP Andy
SP Arnold
SP Carol
SP Jane
SP James
SP Eric
SP Peter Kim C
SP Jenny Youn
SP Jasmine
SP Hyeunjin
SP Sam