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E-Learning is Always on Class Webpages. Scroll Down to the Date When We Have an E-Learning Day. Your assignment will also be on e-backpack.
Week 1: March 18-22

M: IVY Tech Speakers

T: Intro to Restoration

W: Listen to Part I Gulliver's Travels on Senion Book. Pull up both the audio and the story and follow along. 

TH: Listen to Part II Gulliver's Travels on Senion Book. Pull up both the audio and the story and follow along.

F: Watch GT

Week 2: April 1-5

M: Watch GT. There will be a quiz soon on with Words to Own.

T: Watch GT. Quiz tomorrow on GT (Senior book Swift) and all the Words to Own (about 10).

W: Quiz on GT, back to film.

TH: Go over quiz, talk about satire paper, continue film

F: Finish film; Talk about Satire Paper: 1. Pretend you are Gulliver and go to a strange land or 2. Use a de-motivation poster and go on a rant about society. 

Week 3: April 8-12

M: Open senior book, go to 8:Restoration. Open Swift. Scroll down to "A Modest Proposal."  Open the audio link. Read and follow along. Watch the satire piece "Meal Team 6" also from the website.

T: Read Requirements for Satire Paper due Friday

W: Work on Paper

TH: Work on Paper

F: Work on Paper due Monday at the beginning of class

Week 4: April 15-19

M: Turn in Satire papers.  On senior book section 8 read about Alexander Pope and listen to the poem and story. Tormorrow we will have a worksheet on the poem and story.

T: Worksheets on Pope.

W: Finish worksheets on Pope.  Start Samuel Johnson movie.

TH: Continue SJ film.


Week 5: April 22-26

M:  Review for Quiz tomorrow.  Go to Senior Book section 8. Open Johnson and Boswell.  Learn about their lives.  This will be True and False Questions  Study Johnson's dictionary.  Study Boswell's Life of Johnson.  These will be True and False.  Finally, study the words in the PDF Vocabulary which tells you what words will be on the quiz (matching).

T: Johnson and Boswell quiz.




Week 6: April 29- May 3

M: Go over test; go over papers handed back

T: Take your STAR READER TEST by going to your ipad: Tiger Intranet, Renaissance Place, Take a Test STAR 360, enter your computer ID and your lunch code; then the password is ADMIN.  Absent?  Have this done by Wednesday. 

W: Romanticism Worksheet

TH: Jeopardy 

F: Watch Romanticism Introduction and William Blake Documentary 

Week 7: May 6-10

M: Finish William Blake film and take intro to Romanticism quiz.

T: Go to Senior Book part 9, Early Romantics, William Blake. Read about his life and the five poems which follow. 

W: Discuss and take notes on Blake's poetry.  Discuss your poems you will print on Thursday.  Poem needs to have a color with a descriptive adjective, ask one or more questions, describe the scene, and hint at a "deeper" meaning for life. 

TH: Finish discussing Blakes poems. 

F: Read William Wordsworth poems and listen to the audio on the Senior Book section 9. Take notes.  Poem due. Go to library to print. 

Week 8: May 13-17

M: Read and Listen to the Ancient Mariner from the senior book section 9. 

T: Finish Wordsworth notes; take Ancient Mariner notes

W: Quiz on Blake, Wordsworth, and Coleridge; notes on Byron

TH: notes on Shelley and Keats

F: quiz on Byron, Shelley, and Keats; final exam review.

Week 9: May 20-24

M: Study for exam. Finish any make-up quizzes.

T: Exams

W: Exams

TH: Service Day

F: Graduation Practice

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