Tanya Busailah
English 12 AP


Week 1: Oct. 9-13

M: Macbeth test

T: Watch Hamlet video.  Absent?  See Senior Book page to watch movie. 

W: Watch Hamlet video.

T: Watch Hamlet video.

F: Watch Hamlet video.  Get schedule for PowerPoint Presentations


Week 2: Oct. 23-27

Mon: Library to work on presentations.

Tues:-Thurs: Presentations

Fri: Since I am gone, investigate and pick two classics that you are thinking of doing for this quarter.  Use the resources on this website, College Board, Indiana Reading List, etc.  Do not pick a book someone else has done or will do.  Give your selections to the sub. 


Week 3: Oct. 30-Nov. 3

Mon: Presentations

Tues:  Presentations

Wed:  Presentations

Thurs:  Presentations

Fri:  For Monday:  Go to our SENIOR BOOK WEBSITE

1. Skim Intro to the Middle Ages

2. Skim Chaucer and the Canterbury Tales

3. Read the Prologue

4. Read the Padoner's Tale

5. Read the Wife of Bath's Tale

Homework: Write six questions.  Three are factual questions and three that are conceptional questions.

Example:  A factual question asks a question that can be answered in a word or two.  A conceptional question asks why or how or asks us to look at something harder.


Week 5: Nov. 13-Nov. 17

Mon: Listen to info on Canterbury Tales, get your horse template (due Fri), and study for 31-60 literary terms quizzes tomorrow.

Tues: 31-60 literary terms quizzes

Wed: Spend 10 minutes finishing Lit Term Quiz; talk about the middle ages; Middle ages quiz

Thurs: We will repeat Wednesday for students not here.

Fri: 3 factual questions and 3 conceptual questions due and Pilgrim Horses from the Prologue Due


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Week 9: Dec. 11-Dec. 15

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Week 10: Dec.18-Dec. 20

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