Gleek at a Glance, SL1 21-25 September

Monday

  • Essential Question/Journal Prompt: “What responsibility, if any, did the international community have to the victims of the Holocaust?”
  • In Class: Journal Writing & Discussion; Annotation Exercise, pp. 65-70
  • Outside of Class: Get ahead-Read & Annotate pp. 70-76 before class on Tuesday/Wednesday. ASSESSMENT-Submit “best” Journal response to Turnitin.com before 4.00pm on Friday

Tuesday/Wednesday

  • REVISED: Watch, “Conspiracy” & review the impact of the Holocaust on European Jewry, Roma, and other targeted groups. We will proceed with the next exercises appropriately.
  • Also review the definition of Genocide and the 8 Phases of Genocide
  • Essential Question/Journal Prompt: “How did the Allies and Jewish leadership (what remained after the Holocaust) deal with refugees following the end of World War Two?”
  • In Class: In Class Reading, pp. 70-76; “How to Write a Paper” Exercise; Journal Writing & Discussion
  • Outside of Class:Get Ahead-Read pp. 76-83 for Thursday. ASSESSMENT-Submit “best” Journal response to Turnitin.com before 4.00pm on Friday

Thursday

  • Essential Question/Journal Prompt:”Compare and Contrast the differences in approaches, policies, and recommendations of both the Anglo-American Committee of Enquiry and UNSCOP”
  • In Class: Journal Writing & Discussion; Return Examinations; Introduce & Discuss Post-Examination Opportunity
  • Outside of Class: Read pp. 83-90 for Friday. ASSESSMENT-Submit “best” Journal response to Turnitin.com before 4.00pm on Friday

Friday

  • Essential Question/Journal Prompt: Evaluate the following, “After its all said and done, no single group, government, or institution is to blame for the manner in which the British Mandate of Palestine was partitioned.”
  • In Class: Journal Writing & Discussion; OPVL Exercise
  • Outside of Class: ASSESSMENT-Submit “best” Journal response to Turnitin.com before 4.00pm on Friday. Also, if you’re taking advantage of the “Post-Exam Opportunity”, please submit it no later than 11.59pm on Sunday. Finally, if you’re looking to get ahead, read pp. 96-111 over the weekend.

About Charlie Gleek

Ph.D. student in Comparative Studies and graduate instructor in the Department of English at Florida Atlantic University. My work takes place around intersections of postcolonial literature, quantitative literary analysis, and digital humanities.

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