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Week 9: Feb. 27- March 3

Mon: Study Byron 

Tues: Study day

Wed: Test: Keats, Shelley, Byron (see attachment) ABSENT? IN PREPERATION FOR AP TEST DO THE PACKET ATTACHED BELOW FOR HOMEWORK. Print it out and make up your own answers.  The a,b,c,d,e answers have been erased to allow you space to think.  Write what you think the answer should be. 

Thur: AP Packet MC

Fri: AP Packet  Essay

Week 10: March 6-10

Mon: AP testing

Tues: Discuss AP tests

Wed:Discuss AP tests

Thur: Do participation activity (3 students need to do this yet)

Fri: Read in this order: Blake, WW, Coleridge (reading needs to be completed by next Friday right after our presentations)

Week 1: March 13-17


1. Go to our website and Export Blake, Wordsworth, and Coleridge to Notability.

2.Annotate them by highlighting passages that are interesting or beautiful.

3. Be prepared to contribute to a discussion when we go over these passages.

Tues: Load your book presentations to e-backpack so I can start grading them. They are due Thursday night, but I would appreciate them being turned in earlier. 

Also, finish Monday's assigment. 

Wed: Start presentations

Thurs:Student Presentations

Fri: Presentations

Week 2: March 20-24

Mon: Student Presentations

Tues: Student Presentations

Wed:Rate AP Packet 1-9 first section 

Thurs: Go over answers from yesterday (assign part 2)

Fri: AP Packet Answers for part 2 of packet

Week 3: April 3-7

Mon: Iceberg Poetry Exercises;  Do "Girdle" poem for homework using iceberg sheet. 

Tues: More Iceberg poetry exercises

Wed: Even more

Thurs: More

Fri: Look through Literary Terms.  Which ones will help you most?

      Think about what essay you want to do on Monday: Rissotto, Education, Girdle, Lies, or Turning

Monday quiz:  Ten words instead of "use"


Week 4: April 10-14

Mon: 10 words quiz; write an essay over one of our poems. 

Tues: Mrs. Rarick talks about AP tests

Wed: Look at each other's essays and rank them against the rubric. Use yellow, green, and blue markers

Thurs: Turn in 3 poem iceberg sheets.

Fri:No School

Week 5: April 17-21

Mon:AP activities with "Shropshire Lad,"  "I Love You," and "Home."

Tues: Three more poems: Things to Think, First House, and Order of the Day

Write a thesis statement for Things to Think.

Wed: Everyone share thesis statements for Things to Think. Do critiques on them to improve them.

Thurs: Everything back.  Help day for anything. 

Fri: Wriite an essay from any of the following: Things to Think, Home, Schropshire Lad, I Love You, First House, or Order of the Day

The prompt is  "Explore the significance of the poem through its literary approaches (devices)."

Week 6: April 24-28

Mon: Green, Blue, Yellow markers on your essays

         Learn how to attack essay 2, Prose


Tues: Prose essays attacks

Wed: Bring in Literary portfolio to study.

         Make a list of 20 novels you want to use.

         Write the main characters of each novel

Thurs: Make a mock diagram

Fri: Library to make a design ususing your 20 novels/plays


Week 7: May 1-5

Mon: Explain your novel maps

Tues: Study for AP Test

Wed: AP Test



Week 8: May 8-12

Mon: Library to make book posters

Tues: STAR Reader Test and get Lit Terms to Study

Wed:  Library to Finish

Thurs: Library to Laminate

Fri: Study for exam (lit terms)

Week 9: May 15-19

Mon: Final Exam over 50 literature terms 

Tues: Enjoy our last day together.




Week 10: May 22-25





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