Assessment Schedule DUE DATE

Wheaton North: Advanced Freshman English

Great Expectations Reading / Assessment Schedule DUE DATE CHAPTERS WED (10/23)

CH. 1-10 Due +Articles 1 +2 Due (Jigsaw Articles 1, 2)


CH. 11-14 Due + Quiz #1+ Essential Response #1


MON (10/28)

CH. 15 + 16 Due

WED (10/30)

CH. 17-24 Due+ Articles 3 +4 Due (Jigsaw Articles 3, 4) +Quiz #2

FRI (11/1)

CH. 25-28 Due + Reading Quiz #3 + Essential Question #2

MON (11/4)

CH. 29 +30 Due

WED (11/6)

CH. 31-40 Due + Articles 5 +6 Due (Jigsaw Articles 5, 6) + Reading Quiz #4

FRI (11/8)

CH. 41-44 Due + Reading Quiz #5 Essential Question # 3

MON (11/11)

CH. 45 + 46 Due

WED (11/13)

CH 47-56 + Articles 7 +8 Due (Jigsaw Articles 7, 8)+ Reading Quiz #5

FRI (11/15)

CH. 57-59+ Reading Quiz #6 + First Ad Project Due Date

MON (11/18)

Great Expectations Test

TUES (11/19)

Journal Conference

WED (11/20)

Journal Conference

THURS (11/21)

Journal Conference

FRI (11/22)

First Draft of Great Expectations Paper Uploaded Due

Great Expectations Annotation Guide DIRECTIONS: Write one Annotation Per Chapter in your journal. 1) Thematic Questions/Ideas: 1) Is social status a true representation of one’s inner character? What is more important, wealth or morality? 2) How does ambition and goals of self improvement affect someone? Is this a positive or negative way? 3) What makes a person valuable? How does one find their value and stay true to themselves? 2) Diction and Tone: * Look for imagery-evoking diction. The words _________ help the reader feel… The words _________ help the reader smell… The words _________ help the reader touch… The words _________ help the reader taste… The words _________ help the reader hear…

Wheaton North: Advanced Freshman English 3) Syntax: Look for very short sentences (telegraphic sentences: only the most important content words or simple sentences: only one independent clause) vs. very long sentences (at least one independent and two DCWs).  What might be the purpose or the effect of these very short sentences versus very long sentences? Is the character making a command, taking a note, giving a speech, daydreaming, etc.? - Example of a telegraphic sentence: “Will set fire.” - Example of a simple sentence: Our class is reading Great Expectations. - Long sentences will take up at least two lines and include multiple punctuations and FANBOYS. 4) Literary Devices/ Ethos, Pathos, Logos 

Look for literary devices or persuasive techniques that help develop our understanding of the characters

 5) Characterization using STEAL

1. Speech: What does the character say? How does the character speak? 2. Thoughts: What is revealed through the character’s private thoughts and feelings 3. Effect on Others: What is revealed through the character’s effect on other people? How do other characters feel or behave in reaction to the character? 4. Actions: What does the character do? How does the character behave 5. Looks: What does the character look like? How does the character dress?


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