|Drawing Conclusions Warm-Up/Last vocabulary maps of the year. Students complete -tract vocabulary warm-ups by the end of class
***Any outstanding book reports need to be turned in ASAP
|Drawing Conclusions Warm-Up/View Taming of the Shrew adaptation-contrast modern movie with the original play||Drawing Conclusions Warm-Up/Finish Taming of the Shrew adaptation comparison exercise
****LAST DAY TO TURN IN LIBRARY BOOKS TO THE UMS LIBRARY
|Drawing Conclusions Warm-Up/Begin reading Shakespeare's Twelfth Night/-Tract Sentence activity-study for -Tract Vocabulary Quiz-last quiz of the year||Drawing Conclusions Warm-Up/-Tract Vocabulary Quiz/Finish Twelfth Night play|
|North Korea Problem Assessment
Cartoon Analysis. This is an open notes test.
Read article as class and take notes:
Smithsonian: The Age-Old Problem of Fake News
See above for article and video links.
The rise of 'fake news', manipulation and alternative facts
Fake videos and Fake News: Is Good AI the Solution for Bad AI?
TED Talk with Stephanie Busari
Virtual reality, fake news and the future of fact
Answer questions on the video question worksheet as you view these videos.
|Quick Write: How do you know if something you see online in social media is true or fake?
Leonard Pitts, Jr. Opinion Piece:
New tech will let us make the truth whatever we want it to be
Handout: How to tell if Information is "fake news"
|Finish and turn in any work from this week as needed.|