Night Chapters 7-9
- Release Date: February 12, 2019
- Age Levels: Grade 10
- Lesson Essential Question: How can we use our knowledge of various cultures to develop our intellectual and moral faculties?
- A corpse stared back at me. This is what Elie said when he saw himself for the first time in a mirror after being liberated from the camp. Do you think this has an ambiguous meaning? How so?
- Reading Log: How many books have you read so far in class this year? List them. What books were your favorite? Your least favorite? Why?
- Application-based Vocabulary: ambiguous (adj) – having a double meaning.
- Write a sentence that contains a word with an ambiguous meaning.
- Literature: Review the final chapter of Night, including the death of Elie’s father, Elie’s feelings toward it, the lack of revenge, and the corpse quote.
- Literary Activity: Complete Chapter 7-9 Comprehension Check, ensuring understanding of the chapter before moving on.
- Grammar Instruction: Irregular verbs, principal parts, past tense/participle.
- Summarizing Strategies: Students will use active reading strategies to assist them in retaining information, using experiential, textual, cultural, social, psychological, and cultural notations as a basis for their summations.
- Assessment: Successful completion of reading log (reflection over reading for the semester)
Demonstrated understanding of verb tenses and the past participle form (written/oral, formative)
Covers Night, Chapters 7,8,& 9. Also covers past participle and past tense verbs for the grammar activity.