Oct 13/14 : Serial Final
- Log onto Google Classroom for details.
Oct 11/12: The Deal with Jay
Oct 7/10: The Deal with Jay
Oct 3/4: The Case against Adnan Day Two
Oct 3/4: The Case against Adnan
Sept 29/30: Route Talk
Sept 23/26: Example Essay
- Log into Classroom.google.com and finish your essay.
Sept 21/22: Example Essay
- Log into Classroom.google.com for details for this assignment. You will need to use the join for your respective class.
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Sept 19/20: Inconsistencies Day 2
Sept 15/16: Inconsistencies
Sept 13/14: Linkin Park and 6 Word Memoir
- Listen to Episode 3: Linkin Park; following along with the transcript. Be sure to take down a few notes while you are listening/reading. Then complete this worksheet.
- Turn in your 6 Word Memoir. Be sure it's a story about your life and that your illustration augments your memoir. Here is my example.
Sept 9/12: Breakup
Sept 7/8: The Alibi Analysis
- You have TWO items to complete for this assignment.
- Make a timeline for BOTH Adnan's and Jay's version of what happened on January 13, 1999. You will need to go back and read Adnan's interview with Koenig and Jay's conversation with the police officer.
- Understand the difference between connotation vs denotation; then complete this analysis of Koenig's word choice.
Sept 2/6: The Alibi Day 2
- Listen to the second half of "The Alibi." Start at 27:13. While you are listening, read the transcript; it starts at "Sarah Koenig: Adnan's trial was a long ordeal." While you are listening/reading, occasionally stop the recording and record 5 quotes--with your accompanying thoughts--in a double entry journal.
- Then answer these questions.
Aug 31/Sept 1: The Alibi Day 1
- Listen to half of the first episode of Serial, "The Alibi." Stop at 28:53. While you are listening, read the transcript. While you are listening/reading, occasionally stop the recording and record 5 quotes--with your accompanying thoughts--in a double entry journal (you can do this on a lined sheet of paper). Then answer the following following question with a substantial, half-page argument; use at least two pieces of evidence:
- Who do you think is lying: Adnan or Jay? Explain.