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Week 2: March 19-23

M Preview Byron, Keats, and Shelley the late romantics on the Senior Book page.

T Byron and notes

W Byron and notes

TH Keats and notes

F Video on the romantics

Week 3: Apr. 2-6

M In your notes write the following mini-essays under your notes about Keats' life: Write a third of a page  for each and write in complete sentences.  When you are done, you will have a full page of writing. 

1. Explain the last time you were excited about a new movie coming out. Explain all your feelings and why you wanted to see the film.

2. Like Keats, image you were faced with the announcement that you only had a year to live.  What would you regret not being able to do? What would you spend your time doing now?

3. In your own life, what animal represents eternity, art, or something majestic to you?  What animal would you like for your "spirit animal"? Why? How would you explain this animal and its qualities to others in a story or poem? Discuss. 

T: Take notes on "Chapman's Homer" and "When I Have Fears" by Keats

W: Vocab and Summary of Keats' "Ode to a Nightingale"

Circle two words in each stanza and define them for the "Nightingale" poem.  

In your notebook write a summary for each stanza (1-8) of what it is saying. 

Th: Turn in Notes on Nightingale

F: Finish Nighingale and take notes on "La Belle Dame"

Week 4: Apr. 9-13

M: "Ode on a Grecian Urn"

      Half page essay: Write about how perfect you want either Graduation or your Wedding Day to be. Give all the details.  Afterwards write "Heard melodies are sweet but those unheard are sweeter." Next we talked about how what you imagine is not always what happens. Now list three minor things that go wrong or not be perfect at graduation or your wedding. 

T  Circle and define 10 words in your packed for "Ode on a Grecian Urn"

     Take stanza notes

W:  Multiple choice packet on Keats to do in class.

Th Trade and Grade Packets

F: Shelley First two poems in packet

Week 6: Apr. 23-27

M Intro 1001 Nights

T Watch 1001 Nights

W Watch 1001 Nights

Th Watch 1001 Nights

F Watch 1001 Nights

Week 7: Apr. 30- May 3

M Arabian Nights

T Arabian Nights

W Finish; Rimsky Korsakov

Th Color Pages from Arabian Nights

F: No School

Week 8: May 7-11

M Quiz on Arabian Nights (see link below) It is the summary of the movie from Wikipedia.  You must authenticate. Still doesn't work? Then google "Arabian Nights Movie 2000" from Wikipedia. 

T Go to the Senior Book to Jonahtan Swift.  Write all 20 WORDS TO OWN and their definitions. Quiz tomorrow.

W: Quiz on Words to Own.

Th Listen to Part 1 of Gulliver's Travels from the Senior Book webpage.

F: Listen to Part 2 of Gulliver's Travels from the Senior Book webpage.

Week 9: May 14-18

M Quiz on Swift; look up vocab 

T STAR Reader Test

W Review for Exam

Th Review for Exam

F Review for Exam

Week 10: May 21-24






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