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Homework 7

Thurs 2015-02-12

posted Feb 11, 2015, 7:50 PM by Karin Krisetya

  • Bring your script to practice for Speech Tournament Tomorrow

  • Bring your extra backup script if you have not already done so

  • Finish Getting Started with my Speech (in <Classwork> folder) by Monday at class time.

2015-01-20 Tues

posted Jan 19, 2015, 5:16 PM by Karin Krisetya

Find a performance piece and submit it to the class document called Speech Tournament Pieces 14-15  (shared with you) by tomorrow (Wed) 21 Jan.

2015-01-12 Monday

posted Jan 11, 2015, 6:20 PM by Karin Krisetya   [ updated Jan 11, 2015, 6:21 PM ]

  • Take two photographs (or screenshots) of ads.  Upload to Ads We See 2015 and your class folder.  Check your email for the link to the folder and for details about how to photograph an advertisement. You will also find samples in that email.

  • Bring your book club book to class so that I can collect it tomorrow.

2014-10-16 Thursday

posted Oct 15, 2014, 10:25 PM by Karin Krisetya

Finish writing out all goals--Reading Goal, Performance Goal & Collaboration Goal.

2014-09-17 Thursday

posted Sep 18, 2014, 12:29 AM by Karin Krisetya

1. Mark your script with places where you need to remember to enunciate certain sounds.  (Draw the letter very large, or circle or underline the letter.)
2. Describe your character/role using what you know from the story and your imagination.  (Write the description on your script's front page.) Ex. OLD MAN: Crooked back, no family, sad, likes to play checkers.
3.  Describe your character's voice.  (Write the description on your script's front page.) Ex. OLD MAN: scratchy and halting. Use this table to help you find some good descriptive words for a voice:

breathy: with a lot of breath in the voice

gravelly: low and rough

high-pitched: using a lot of high tone

low-pitched: using a lot of low tone

hoarse:  like you have a sore throat

honeyed: very sweet

monotonous:  does not change tone (like speaking on one note)

nasal:  as if speaking through the nose

shrill:  high and unpleasant

singsong:  voice almost sounds like music because a lot of varying tone is used, often in a rhythmic pattern

softly spoken:  quiet gentle voice

booming: loud and drawing attention

quavering:  not steady, usually because you are nervous or afraid

accented:  using an accent from another country

ringing:  loud and clear (like bells)

halting:  with awkward pauses in between words

2014-09-11 Thurs

posted Sep 10, 2014, 11:42 PM by Karin Krisetya

 Record your reading goal in your class’s Reading Goals document.

7-3 Reading Goals (14-15)

7-6 Reading Goals (14-15)

2014-09-09 Tuesday

posted Sep 9, 2014, 3:24 AM by Karin Krisetya

Add a reading goal and books to your reading log.  Reading logs are due Sept 25.

2014-08-22 Fri.

posted Aug 21, 2014, 6:54 PM by Karin Krisetya   [ updated Aug 21, 2014, 6:55 PM ]

Make changes to your Summer Book Review based on the comments you received from your peer reviewer, and on what the rubric is asking for.  You will have 10 minutes in class on Tuesday to finish up any last minute changes before you electronically hand in the review.  Due date has changed to Tuesday 26th Aug. at the end of class.

2014-08-21 Thurs.

posted Aug 21, 2014, 1:08 AM by Karin Krisetya   [ updated Aug 21, 2014, 1:08 AM ]

OPTIONAL homework tonight:  Make some revisions on your Summer Book Review.

2014-08-20 Wed.

posted Aug 19, 2014, 8:09 PM by Karin Krisetya

Use the feedback that you received from peers and from me on your Picture Book Review, to make your Summer Book Review better.  For example, if you got some feedback on your Picture Book Review that said that your summary of the plot didn't have enough detail, then make sure that in your Summer Book Review you have added enough detail. This Summer Book Review is due at the end of class on Friday 22 Aug.

Tomorrow (Thurs) we will be peer editing in the labs. (7-3 in MS Lab.  7-6 in Library Lab.)

BTW:  Have you returned your picture book to the library?  It's probably due soon.

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