9B – Here’s a link to episode 8. Please finish it (along with the Jay/Tone sheet) for tomorrow. https://serialpodcast.org/season-one/8/the-deal-with-jay
9A – Here’s the last episode if you want to finish the last couple of minutes that we didn’t get to, or you missed it yesterday.
9B, please listen to the first 28 minutes of Ep. 5 this weekend: https://serialpodcast.org/season-one/5/route-talk
9A, here’s the rest of Ep. 9. We got about 30 minutes in.
Hi 9B, here are the last four minutes of Episode 2: https://serialpodcast.org/season-one/2/the-breakup
See you tomorrow!
Please finish episode 8 tonight. Keep filling out your TONE or JAY sheet. If you need it (or if you were absent today and need to catch up), here they are: Complete the diagram of Jay
Here’s a link to the episode: https://serialpodcast.org/season-one/8/the-deal-with-jay
Glad to see you’re enjoying Serial. Over the long weekend please finish listening to Episode 1 (https://serialpodcast.org/season-one/1/the-alibi). You’re 29 minutes in (so you have 24 minutes left.
For Tuesday, make sure you have your three questions filled out in your notebook:
1)What do you already know about reporting, podcasts or murder mystery stories?2)What have you learned about this story so far? Talk about the characters and the plot.
3)What do you want to know more about? What parts of this story or characters interest you besides just whether or not Adnan is guilty? What questions do you have?
Here’s the Serial vocab from today. Write it in your notebook if you didn’t finish today.
ATTORNEY = lawyer
PROSECUTION = the lawyers working for the government. They try to prove the defendant is guilty of a crime
ALIBI = Evidence that someone was elsewhere when a crime occurred
AFFIDAVIT = A written statement that the author swears is true by taking an oath
DISBARRED = A lawyer no longer allowed to practice law
HIJAB = A head wrap worn by Muslims
RAMADAN = Month-long Muslim holiday, observers usually fast during the day
MOSQUE = Muslim house of worship (like a church, synagogue or temple)
BESMIRCHED = To damage someone’s reputation
BOTCH = To ruin a plan
DUPLICITOUS = Deceitful, to trick someone
ANECDOTE = A short, amusing story about a real person or event
Please finishing listening to episode 6 for class on Tuesday.
Here’s the link: