1. Warming up by testing your vocab prowess: a quick close-eyed review of vocabulary words 16-30
2. Questioning the film: what are you wondering so far?
3. Starting to think about the film on a symbolic level: how many images of dead-ends can you think of from yesterday? What might they suggest?
4. Watching The Truman Show and focusing on the following in your notes:
Make sure you have a document called "___________ (your last name) Truman Show Notes" and share it with me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
This document will eventually be worth 40 points in the growth category.
Include the following categories in your notes:
a. Characters: Names, personality traits, clothes, things they say
b. Motifs/symbols: Specific objects that seem symbolic, what they might represent, and how they change throughout the film
c. Questions: Level 1, 2, and 3 questions; try to answer them at the end of the film
d. Connections to Fahrenheit 451: Be specific and original (these will form the backbone of your essay)
1. Study words 16-30 in your F451 vocabulary packets; quiz tomorrow.
2. If you're delivering your banned book speech tomorrow, prepare and rehearse.
3. Remember that tomorrow marks the end of the second six-week grading period; if you have any makeup work (missed fishbowl blogs, reading journals that you need to revise/do for the first time, etc), it must be completed by this Friday.