Monday - Introduce reading schedule for the remainder of the book. Students will read, annotate, and fill out a chart for primary sources from Japanese internment camps. With 15 minutes left in the period, the students will have the option to continue working on the primary sources or transition into their reading for Farewell to Manzanar.
Tuesday - Today we will review and finish up the "Dear Miss Breed" primary documents. How do these letters match up to Jeanne's experience at Manzanar. Cite specific examples from the book. Vocabulary work. Reading time to end class.
Wednesday/Thursday - Review reading chapters and look at the reading questions. Watch "Monsters are Due on Maple Street" and look for connections to our text. Fill out worksheet and discuss. Character chart work. Reading time.
Friday - Review conflict. How many forms of conflict are evident in Farewell to Manzanar? The students will work with a partner to fill out a worksheet and search for quotations from the book that connect to global, societal, family, and internal conflicts within the book.
HOMEWORK - CONTINUE TO CHECK YOUR READING SCHEDULE (BELOW) AND MAKE SURE YOU'RE UP TO DATE WITH YOUR READING AND QUESTIONS!
Chapters 1-3 due Tuesday April 24
Chapters 4-7 due Friday April 27
Chapters 8-12 due Tuesday May 1
Chapters 13-17 due Monday May 7
Chapters 18-22 due Friday May 11
End of unit test on Tuesday May 15th