W & R 3 Lesson 7 The Antagonist
Class Name WRITING AND RHETORIC 3
This week’s focus: Lesson 7 The Antagonist
In preparation for Schole support class:
From Pages 95-97 focus on discussing the TWO questions on Page 95: “What is the conflict in….?”
Find TWO different colour highlighters. Using the instructions in the last paragraph of p 97, read the Julius Caesar story p 98-100.
I’d suggest reading it ALOUD, perhaps you can take on different parts?
Highlight in margin where it reads like a fiction or non fiction.
Be able to identify the protagonist and antagonist in the Julius Caesar story.
Do the narration orally or written (p 100-101)
To be completed this week:
P 101 Julius Caesar outline—STAR the main points, Underline the key ideas and label those ABC….
OPTIONAL– Write the outline, the main skill is identifying the main points.
Work on the WritIng Time page 104-top of 108.
P 108-110 Complete 4 A B C D Part of this is your monthly assignment, see below.
ENRICHMENT – Extra resources for children and families who desire more
Take some time to write a letter to someone who needs some Christmas cheer.
Write a letter of thanks to a community helper, such as local firemen or police unit, your recycling or garbage man…
THIS MONTH’S ASSIGNMENT FOR SUBMISSION: PLEASE SUBMIT BEFORE JANUARY 8, 2021
Page 108 4 A and B
Last assignment we focussed on dialogue.
I will be looking for
good use of speaker tags, refer to last lesson’s help with that.
Spelling, punctuation, and capitalization are checked.
Neat and tidy presentation.
Please label all submitted work with:
Class name Assignment title/source (Page 108…) and YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAME
**I do not expect you to know everything about pirates, so I scanned one page of my Usborne Thesaurus about pirates for your use.
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