NOTE: We will have our Lit Circle Discussion 3 and 4 together on Friday. Keep whatever jobs you had for yesterday’s cancelled discussion, but read the number of pages required through Friday’s, 02/23, discussion. You do NOT have to do extra work for your job.
TODAY: We have been talking about the unique perspectives each person brings to reading and discussing a novel.
Here is your chance to learn a bit more about yourself and how you contribute to a discussion, as well as strengths and weaknesses as a student – Begin by using this Personalities Test link to take the test. It takes about 10-12 minutes. Be honest so you will get accurate results. Read the questions carefully; many are worded in a negative way, so you have to think about the answers. I think you will actually find it pretty accurate.
Read ALL sections of results, but print out your “Results” (the small pic – ‘snip’ it and then copy/paste), your “Strengths and Weaknesses,” “Friendships”, “Career Paths,” and “Workplace Habits”, which will be similar to your habits as a student/learner. PLEASE COPY AND PASTE THESE TO A WORD OR GOOGLE DOC TO PRINT – tighten it up by getting rid of extra space, changing the font to Times New Roman size 10-12, and single spacing everything. Print on both sides. DO NOT PRINT THE PICTURES! Bring this with you to class tomorrow. NOTE: if you will have access to a device (phone, IPad, etc.) tomorrow, have the results emailed to you, so you may pull them up to work on in class tomorrow without having to print them.
Once you have completed the test, read all of your results, and printed out, or had sent to you, the info required above, complete this Google Form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc-UsKVVm61V8MS9Ct2wrzaDr-ZuYPaPbUaaqOC5xuYurSNYg/viewform?usp=sf_link
When finished, you may read, work on your Lit Circle Job for Friday, or finish typing your essay, which is due: Friday, 02/23.
REMEMBER: Today is the last day you have to go to the Writing Lab to get feedback for you essay. You MUST have this signed by the adult you work with as part of the Writing Process.