Language Objective: I will take notes and generate questions and opinions on Chapter 4 of Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha.
Essential Question: How can identifying the Big Questions in a text help you analyze it and formulate a qualified opinion?
1. Read your Quarter 2 Book for 15 min.
2. Reading Journal #5: What is the main conflict in your book? How does the author make it clear that this is the main conflict (or issue, if you are reading non-fiction) in the book?
Could this main conflict have been introduced differently?
3. Daily Dose of Grammar #5:
Choose the correct usage of apostrophes:
- The girls volleyball team has had a great season.
- The girl’s volleyball team has had a great season.
- The girls’ volleyball team has had a great season.
4. Siddhartha Questions World Cafe: In your group, discuss and formulate an answer to the question on the sticky note on your table. Once you have finished, trade questions with the group next to you and add on to their answer.
5. Read, Siddhartha Chapter 4
6. In your group, answer Siddhartha, Chapter 4 Questions
What are you getting out of the book so far? What are you struggling with? What potential ideas for argument prompts do you have that you would like to investigate further?
Turn in GoogleDoc with:
- Reading Journal and Grammar
- Answers to two questions
- Siddhartha Chapter 4 questions