Tica Rogers
Rogers ACP W131


SUMMER READING 2017

SUMMER READING INSTRUCTIONS AND MATERIALS ARE ATTACHED BELOW.  SEE MRS. ROGERS FOR THE LORD OF THE FLIES BOOK.


TO DO BEFORE SCHOOL BEGINS

**GET YOUR BOOKS AND SUPPLIES! (MUST BRING TO CLASS DAY 1)

Writing Analytically, 7th Edition by David Rosenwasser and Jill Stephen

ISBN-13:  9781285436500

384 PAGES, 2015 published at cengage

 

Writing and Reading for ACP Composition, 2nd edition

Chirstine Ferris and Deanna Jessup

ISBN-13:  978-1-269-32154-9

329 pages, 2013 published at Pearson Learning Solutions


**YOU WILL ALSO NEED:   A BINDER (AT LEAST 1 1/2 INCH) WITH DIVIDER SHEETS, PAPER, PENS, RED PENS, HIGHLIGHTERS, AND A FLASHDRIVE

**Sign up for Remind (instructions above)

**Sign up for Showbie (instructions above)


ATTACHMENTS
IF ANY ATTACHMENTS ARE NOT CLEAR, PLEASE LET ME KNOW!  I CAN GET YOU A PAPER COPY OR TRY TO SCAN AGAIN.

Intro 2017

Day 1  Tuesday, August 8                 

Due:    

*books (Writing and Reading for ACP Composition, Writing Analytically)  

*supplies:  A BINDER (AT LEAST 1 1/2 INCH) WITH DIVIDER SHEETS, PAPER, PENS, RED PENS, HIGHLIGHTERS, AND A FLASHDRIVE

*summer work 

in Class:   check for textbooks, supplies, and summer work ; go over socratic seminar info, show webpage

 

Day 2  Wednesday, August 9

Due:  Lord of the Flies

In class:  LOTF written test, finish anything not done in class yesterday 

 

Day 3  Thursday, August 10

Due: Socratic prep

In class: Socratic

 

Day 4 Friday, August 11

Due:    

  •          Parent letter signed by parent and student (attached on webpage)  PLEASE SUBMIT TO SHOWBIE or bring in paper copy
  •          sign up for Remind
  •          WA pages 200-203 about plagiarism
  •          annotate Ed White’s “My Five-Paragraph-Theme Theme” (attached below)

 

Class:  Discuss "My Five-Paragraph Theme Theme"

 

Day 5 Monday, August 14

Due:“The Transition to College Reading”—CIRCLE ANY WORDS YOU DON’T KNOW AND LOOK THEM UP; ANNOTATE AT LEAST 5 TIMES IN MARGIN; WRITE OUT 2 QUESTIONS (ON THE HANDOUT); HIGHLIGHT ONE GOLDEN LINE  (I will give you handout. PLEASE TURN IN PAPER COPY.  It is attached on webpage if you need to print again for any reason)

Have binder organized with tabs

In class:  Finish Socratic and share thoughts from "Transistion to College Reading"

 

Day 7 Tuesday, August 15

Due:  none

In class:  “The Difference Between High School and College” and Chemistry 112

 

Day 8 Wednesday, August 16

Due:  "Difference...College" highlight top 3 things that stood out 

In class:  Begin “Island in the Wind”  W&R 240-46

 

Day 9 Thursday, August 17

Due:  “Island in the Wind”  W&R 240-46

In class:  Assessment for “IITW”

 

Day 10 Friday, August 18

Move to ADVERTISING SECTION OF AGENDA


ADVERTISING 2017

Day 10 Friday, August 18

Due:  Summary, Paraphrase, Quotation

In class:  STAR test

AFTER YOUR STAR READER TEST:  USE ATTACHMENTS BELOW

1.  READ OLD WA 152-55

2.  READ SUMMARY INFO HANDOUT

3.  READ ACTIVE READING STRATEGIES

4.  LOOK AT THE SAMPLE OUTLINE

5.  READ THE SUMMARY RUBRIC 

 

Day 11 Monday, August 21

Due:        Handouts about active reading and handouts about summary ALL READ COMPLETELY.

In class:  discuss active reading, says/does, summary/SOLAR ECLIPSE

 

Day 12 Tuesday, August 22

due:  WA ch.1 and take home quiz

in class:  thinking recursively,  notice and focus

 

Day 13 Wednesday, August 23

due: none

in class: guidance

 

Day 14 Thursday, August 24

due:  "Advertising's 15 Basic Appeals" attached below and Propoganda handout attached below

in class:  reading assessment, intro to Advertising

 

Day 15 Friday, August 25

due:  "Fiction of Truth in Advertising" attached below AND says/does

in class: "Fiction of Truth" assessment

 

Day 16 Monday, August 28

due:  "No Logo" (handout and attached)

in class:  assessment for "No Logo"/ begin "Who's Wearing" and explain Double Entry

 

Day 17 Tuesday, August 29

due:  "Who's Wearing the Trousers?" (handout and attached) and double entry

in class:  assess 'Who's Wearing" summary and outline info

 

Day 18 Wednesdsay, August 30

due: none

in class: work on outline and  summary

 

Day 19 Thursday, August 31

due: 1st draft of summary with outline

in class:  peer edit

 

Day 20 Friday, September 1

due:  revisions

in class:  conferences

 

Monday, September 4 No School Labor Day

Day 21  Tuesday, September 5

due:  final draft of summary Submitted to Turnitin BY 745AM and printed out BEFORE CLASS BEGINS.

in class:  Old WA read pp.33-40 (attached on right side-"WA 23-40") and quiz

 

Day 22  Wednesday, September 6

due:  WA quiz 33-41

in class:  Mad Men

 

Day 23  Thursday, September 7

due:  none

in class:  View and analyze adds in groups

 

Day 24  Friday, September 8

due: none

in class:  reformulating binaries, seems to be about/introduce critique

 

Monday, September 11

due: none 

in class: Critque paper/begin obedience unit


Obedience 2017

Day 26 Monday, Sept. 11

Due:  none

In class:  WA for critique

 

Day 27 Tuesday, Sept. 12

  

Day 28 Wednesday, September 13

Due: none

In class: ASVAB testing

 

Day 29  Thursday, Sept. 14

Due:  Lessing double entry (article attached below)

In class: Lessing and obedience

 

DAY 30 Friday, Sept. 15

Due:  Milgram (WR 77-89)                                                                                In class: Milgram quiz / disccuss obedience

 

Day 31 MONDAY, SEPT. 18

Due:  WA 140-145 logical fallacies

IN CLASS:  Finish Milgram/review 5 analytical moves and do WA67(230) attached below

Day 32 TUESDAY, SEPT. 19

Due:  Asch W&R pp.142-47 (old WRAC 726-730) AND Apply "The Method" to Asch ("The Method" is attached on right side Page Docs or you have handout--you will need to write out answers for the 6 steps on paper) 

In class:  Asch and critique paper info

 

Day 33 WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20

DUE:  CLAIM FOR CRITIQUE

IN CLASS: READING DAY FOR ZIMBARDO assignment DUE tomorrow 

 

Day 34 Thursday, Sept. 21

Due:  Zimbardo  (WR pp. 105-116/ old WRAC pp.732-43) & Answer the following questions:  

1.  Zimbardo claims there is process of becoming a prisoner.  what is this process? (paragraphs 2,7)

2.  Why did prisoners have no respect for each other or themselves?

3.  How does the journal of Guard A illustrate what Zimbardo calls the "gradual Kafkaesque metamorphosis of good into evil"? (paragraphs 45-54)

 

IN CLASS:  discuss Zimbardo, watch "Zimabardo Experiment" on youtube 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=760lwYmpXbc, answer Zimbado question set on  (attached below)

 

Day 35 Friday, Sept. 22

due:  none

in class:  sample critque

 

Monday, Sept. 25

Due:  rough draft of critique, MUST BE 2 PAGES LONG with 1” margins.  FAILURE TO HAVE THIS DRAFT COMPLETED WILL RESULT IN A 0 FOR THE ASSIGNMENT AND A REDUCED FINAL PAPER GRADE.  MUST BE PRINTED OFF BEFORE CLASS

In class:  Peer editing

 

 

Monday, Sept. 25

Due:  PRINTED OUT BEFORE CLASS--rough draft of critique, MUST BE 2 PAGES LONG with 1” margins.  FAILURE TO HAVE THIS DRAFT COMPLETED WILL RESULT IN A 0 FOR THE ASSIGNMENT AND A REDUCED FINAL PAPER GRADE.

In class:  Peer editing

MY NOTES

USE “CRITIQUE EVALUATION OF FIRST DRAFT” FOR PEER EDITING

I CHECK FOR LENGTH WHILE THEY EDIT

EXPLAIN GLOSSING (MODIFIED)

 

 

Tuesday, Sept. 26

Due: none

In class: Abu Ghraib (pp. 75-76 W&R and video)

 

Wed., Sept. 27

Due:  Revised critique (GLOSSED AND turned in with peer edited one)

In class:  Abu Ghraib

 

Thursday, Sept. 28

Due: BRING LORD OF THE FLIES BOOK

In class:  work day/conferences

 

Friday, Sept. 29

Due: questions on critique paper

In class:  Begin A Few Good Men

 

Monday, Oct. 2nd

Due:  Final critique printed out beginning of class and submitted to Turnitin by 3pm

In class:  Comparative critique and AFGM

 

Day 42 Tuesday, October 3

Due:  Double entry for Parker WRAC (pp.95-105)

In class:  AFGM

 

Day 43 Wednesday, October 4

Due: WA CH. 7 ( GOOD TO READ ALL!) MUST READ PAGES 181-82, 186-194 "VOICES", 196-98

In class:  Finish movie, practice 10 on 1, practice Comparative Critique, Parker DE discussion, Read workshop for Comparative Critique, difference within a similarity attached below

 

Day 44 Thursday, Oct. 5

Due:  Double Entry for Baumrind WRAC pp.89-95

In class: USE RED PEN ONLY!

1.  DO PARKER DISCUSSION QUESTINOS (ATTACHED BELOW)

2.  USE DE TO DISCUSS BAUMRIND

3.  Read workshop for Comparative Critique (ATTACHED BELOW)

4.  READ difference within a similarity (attached below)

5.  READ Old WA p. 230 11.1 (attached below)

6.  READ CC ORGANIZER (ATTACHED BELOW)

7.  CC ORGANIZER FOR BAUMRIND AND PARKER DUE TOMORROW

 

Day 45 Friday, Oct. 6

Due:  comparative critique organizer (attached below)  AND ANYTHING NOT DONE FROM YESTERDAY IN CLASS ASSIGNMENT

In class:  comparative critique

 

Day 46  Monday, Oct.9  IF YOU ARE THINKING OF DROPPING W131, YOU MUST DO SO BY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13TH.

Due:  thesis claim for CC  REVISED CC ORGANIZER

In class:  SHARE CC ORGANIZERS/ lab work day

 

Day 47 Tuesday, Oct. 10  REMEMBER YOU CAN USE IUK WRITING CENTER TO GET HELP WITH PAPERS (INFO AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE AND ATTACHED TO THE RIGHT)

due: none

in class: work day

 

DAy 48 Wed. Oct. 12

Due:  CC Rough Draft printed out

In class:  peer edit

 

Day 49  Thursday, Oct. 13

Due:  bring in specific questions from peer editing

In class:  conferences

 

Day 49  Friday, Oct. 14  LAST DAY TO DROP CLASS

Due:  revised CC rough draft:  FOLLOW SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS:

Highlight in pink where you did summary of author #1

Highlight in yellow where you did analysis of author #1

Highlight in purple where you did summary of author #2

Highlight in green where you did analysis of author #2

Highlight transition words, clauses, and phrases in orange

YOU DON’T HAVE TO PRINT THIS OUT, BUT BE ABLE TO SHOW ME ON SCREEN.  YOU WANT TO HAVE EACH COLOR IN EACH BODY PARAGRAPH!

In class:  Conferences

 

FALL BREAK

 

Day 50  Monday, Oct. 23

Due:  none

In class:  In class:  Read "Universality of the Folktale" pp267-270; "Walt Disney's Cinderella"' pp270-272 

 

Day 51 Tuesday, Oct. 24

Due:  Final CC printed (need final copy, peer edited copy, and peer edit sheet) and submitted to Turnitin ALL DUE BY 3:00


CINDERELLA 2017

Day 50 Monday, Oct. 23

Due:  none

In class:  Intro to Cinderella, How to ask good questions, Read "Universality of the Folktale" pp267-270; "Walt Disney's Cinderella"' pp270-272

 

Day 51 Tuesday, Oct. 24

Due:  Final CC printed (need final copy, peer edited copy, and peer edit sheet) and submitted to Turnitin  BY 3:00

"Universality of the Folktale" pp267-270; "Walt Disney's Cinderella"' pp270-272 

In class: Intro to Cinderella

 

Wednesday, Oct. 25

due:  none

in class: Sexton's "Cinderella"

 

Thursday, Oct. 26

due: Annotate "Rise of Perrault" pp. 318-323 & Poniewozik “The Princess Paradox” p.323-25  either marked in book or notes taken separately MAKE SURE YOU READ FOOTNOTE ON P.325

in class: "Disney Paradox"

 

Friday, Oct. 27 (you should get bills soon)
Due:  Double Entry Peggy Orenstein "Cinderella and the Princess Culture" p.326-29
in class:  Discuss "Princess Culture" 

 

Monday, Oct. 30

DUE: READ AND ANNOTATE C. ORENSTEIN'S "FAIRY TALES AND A DOSE OF REALITY" P.284/PREPARE FOR DISCUSSION (QUESTIONS BELOW!)  ALSO BRING IN YOUR OWN QUESTION!  socratic seminar norms attached below.

IN CLASS:  SOCRATIC DISCUSSION OF ARTICLES (P.ORENSTEIN AND C. ORENSTEIN ET AL)  COME PREPARED WITH TEXTUAL EVIDENCE AND INSIGHTFUL ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS!

P. ORENSTEIN

C. ORENSTEIN

 

Tuesday, Oct. 31

Due:   Double Entry Panttaja p.286-289
In class:  Panttaja and Stokes Ted Talk (attached below)

 

PLEASE NOTICE 2 FIELD TRIPS SCHEDULED FOR NOV 15 AND NOV 28TH!  MAKE SURE YOU LET YOUR OTHER TEACHERS KNOW AHEAD OF TIME AND GET MAKE UP WORK DONE.

 

Wednesday, Nov. 1
Due:  Yolen handout annotated-also attached below but must be done with PRINT copy (you must have comments, questions, etc. to prove close reading occurred--use highlights sparingly!) 


In class:  Yolen;  Explanation of Comparative Analysis

 

Thursday, Nov. 2

due: none

In class:  finish Explanation of Comparative Analysis / read Bettleheim p.277 and work on discussion questions in class

Friday, Nov. 3
Due:   none
In class:  Ever After

Monday, Nov. 6
Due:  Bettleheim if not finished in class last week
In class:  Ever After

 

Tuesday, Nov. 7

Due:  WA 63-68

In class:  Ever After

 

Wednesday, Nov. 8

Due:  WA 81-86

In class:  Ever After

 

Thursday, Nov. 9

Due:  none
In class:  Ever After/ work on CA

 

Friday, Nov. 10-maybe Veteran’s Day Convo

Due:  CA claim EMAILED TO ME BY 8AM!  
In class:  claims checked and work on CA--or Vetran's Day convo

 

Monday, Nov. 13

due: ROUGH DRAFT CA

in class:  PEER EDIT

 

Tuesday, Nov. 14

Due: none

In class:  work day


Wednesday, Nov. 15—IUK WRITING CENTER IN HOUSE FIELD TRIP:  all classes to meet in S-21 (Gilmore) lab from 8:45-10:15 


Thursday, Nov. 16
Due:  revised Rough Draft for CA—be able to show me original and revisions (I expect to see marked improvement)
In class:  lab

Friday, Nov. 17

Due:   none
In class:  Lab




research-based analysis 2017

 Monday, November 20--IF YOU ARE WANTING TO DRIVE SEPARATELY TO IUK FIELD TRIP, YOU NEED TO SEE MRS. WALLACE OR MR. SHOAFF FOR THE FORMS YOU NEED.

Due: final draft of comparative analysis due by 3:00:  NEED TO SUBMIT TO TURNITIN AND PRINT IT OUT. 

In class:  BEGIN RESEARCH BASED ANALYSIS PAPER/FIELD TRIP TO IUK INFO 

THANKSGIVING BREAK:  IF YOU PLAN TO GO TO IUK LIBRARY, PLEASE CHECK THEIR SCHEDULE ONLINE.  THEY HAVE HOLIDAY HOURS. 

 

Tuesday, November 21

due:  IUK field trip permission slips (Field trip is Tuesday, November 28th

in class:  RBA writing plan explained

 

WRITING PLAN FOR RBA due: FRIDAY AFTER BREAK.  (DECEMBER 1)

writing plan (ATTACHED ON WEBPAGE):  Remember:  I want evidence of thorough academic research!  Minimum 2-3 sources from inside class and minimum 2-3 sources from outside class.  Outside sources need to be academic (movies can be used, but they are not academic!) and NEED TO BE FROM QUALITY SOURCES (that is why we went to IUK!) Google searches and Wikipedia are NOT quality sources.  Google Scholar is acceptable, but I still want to see evidence of you gathering, searching, and digging!

THOSE OF YOU TAKING L202 IN THE SPRING:  THE REQUIRED TEXTS ARE 

Required Texts:

Making Literature Matter, 5th edition, Schilb and Clifford

(ISBN 978-0-312-65354-5)

When the Emperor was Divine, Julie Otsuka 

(ISBN 978-0-385-72181-3)

 YOU MUST HAVE BOOKS FOR FIRST DAY OF CLASS!!!


SCHEDULE:
 

Monday, Nov. 27--CA paper must be submitted to TII and printed before 3pm today--no exceptions

due:  INQUIRY QUESTION FOR RBA 

 IN CLASS:  WA ch. 4 pp.89-102 ; WA ch. 7 pp.181-197

 

Tuesday, Nov. 28

MANDATORY FIELD TRIP TO IUK LIBRARY FOR RESEARCH

leave at 8:15 am  Meet in HS lobbby area after going to 1st hour for attendance--we will return around 130.  IF YOU WANT TO DRIVE SEPARATELY, YOU MUST GET FORM FROM MRS. WALLACE AND SUBMIT IT FOR APPROVAL BEFORE THE DAY OF THE TRIP.

 

Wednesday, Nov. 29

due: none

in class: research 

 

Thursday, November 30

due: none

in class: research

 

Friday, Dec. 1

WRITING PLAN FOR RBA DUE BEGINNING OF CLASS

writing plan:  Remember:  I want evidence of thorough academic research!  Minimum 2-3 sources from inside class and minimum 2-3 sources from outside class.  Outside sources need to be academic (movies can be used, but they are not academic!) and NEED TO BE FROM QUALITY SOURCES (that is why we went to IUK!) Google searches and Wikipedia are NOT quality sources.  Google Scholar is acceptable, but I still want to see evidence of you gathering, searching, and digging!  REMEMBER:  YOU NEED AT LEAST 9 SOURCES LISTED IN THE WORKS CITED.  YOU DON'T HAVE TO DO A REVIEW OF ALL OF THEM, BUT THEY NEED TO BE LISTED SO YOU CAN PROVE YOU HAVE GOOD RESEARCH OPTIONS.

in class:  sample papers

Monday, Dec. 4
due:  none 

AS YOU WORK ON ROUGH DRAFT, REMEMBER--YOUR INTRODUCTION WILL BRIEFLY LET THE READER KNOW WHAT THE RESEARCH IS ABOUT AND WHY IT IS IMPORTANT/WORTH READING.  IT WILL END WITH YOUR INQUIRY QUESTION REVISED INTO A THESIS/CLAIM.  PLEASE UNDERLINE THIS IN YOUR PAPER.

You will frame your citations within the paragraphs. You won't do a summary of them at the beginning of the paper like you have in the past.


in class:  Lab


Tuesday, Dec. 5

due:  none
in class:  Lab

 

Wednesday, Dec. 6

due:  none
in class:  lab

 

Thursday, DEC. 7

due:  ROUGH DRAFT (must hit 6th page)and a separate works cited page AND this needs to be a good draft since I have given you more time for it.  There will be significant grade reductions if the rough draft looks like it has been rushed)
in class:  peer editing/workshop 

I strongly encourage you to schedule an appointment with the IUK writing lab.

 

Friday, DEC. 8

due:  revised claim AND 1st PARAGRAPH for Mrs. Rogers REVIEW 

in class:  finish peer editing/ review documenting basics/ conferencing for claim and paragraph 1


Monday, Dec. 11
due:  COME PREPARED TO ASK SPECIFIC DOCUMENTAION QUESTIONS
in class:   lab/conferences

Tuesday, Dec. 12
due:  none
in class:  lab/conferences



Wednesday, DEC. 13
due:  REVISED DRAFT (NO HIGHLIGHTS NEEDED) 

in class:  lab/ conferences



Thursday, DEC. 14

due:  none

in class:  revise/edit/conference

 

Friday, DEC. 15

due:  RBA final by 3:00pm

YOU WILL NEED TO SUBMIT TO TURNITIN  AND TURN IN 3 THINGS
1. FINAL RBA WITH WORKS CITED PAGE
2.  PEER EDITING SHEET (FOR THE PERSON WHO EDITED YOURS)
3.  THE PAPER YOUR PEER EDITOR EDITED
 

 

 DON'T FORGET TO ORDER L202 BOOKS! YOU MAY BE ABLE TO RENT THEM FROM IUK!  SEE MRS. MOORE FOR DETAILS.

Required Texts: 

Making Literature Matter, 5th edition, Schilb and Clifford 

(ISBN 978-0-312-65354-5) 

When the Emperor was Divine, Julie Otsuka  

(ISBN 978-0-385-72181-3)

YOU MUST HAVE BOOKS FOR FIRST DAY OF CLASS!!! 

YOU WILL WRITE 3 MAJOR PAPERS AND 3-5 SMALL PAPERS IN L202; THAT IS WHY W131 IS A PREREQUISITE FOR IT.

 

 

Monday, Dec. 18

due:  Binders (make sure all Double Entries and all past papers are in the right sections)
in class:  class evaluation; movie

Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 19-20: stress relief days


**If you are going to IUK and you earn a B+ or better, fill out the scholarship app attached on the right side of my webpage!

 


IUK Scholarship
Attached below is the form you must print, fill out the first 4 boxes, and give to me if you want a one-time $500 scholarship to IUK only. To qualify, you must earn a B+ or higher in the ACP course.

E-LEARNING

You will get a remind text from me, but we will usually just keep going from my webpage agenda.