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Mrs.+Rogers+11CP+2018-19
'A man who does not read has no advantage over a man who can't read!' M. Twain

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       Period 7 AND 8:  18597469

       Key/Password:  Tigers

 
AGENDA
POETRY and DPS

Monday, Nov 26

Due:  none

In class: begin Dickinson, Whitman, and poetry     

HOMEWORK:  HOLT READER attached on my webpage “BECAUSE I COULD NOT STOP FOR DEATH” PP147-49—READ ALL, ANSWER MARGIN QUESTIONS, AND ANNOTATE USING THINKING NOTES THAT SHOW AN EARNEST ATTEMPT TO UNDERSTAND THE POEM, MARK AT LEAST 3 LITERARY DEVICES USED, AND CIRCLE 3 WORDS OR PHRASES THAT ESTABLISH TONE (*REMEMBER-YOU NEED TO READ POEMS AT LEAST 3X TO HAVE ANY HOPE OF UNDERSTANDING THEM!)

 

Tuesday, Nov. 27

Due:  “Because I could not stop for death”

In class:  Dickinson poems

 

Wednesday, Nov. 28

Due:  Dickinson packet and vocab 14

In class:  Dickinson review/begin Whitman

 

Thursday, Nov. 29

Due: none

In class:  Whitman

 

Friday, Nov. 30

Due:  none

In class:  finish “O Captain! My Captain”  explain author cubes

IF ABSENT:  GET NOTES FROM SOMEONE/ "O Captain" due Monday if not already turned in/  AUTHOR CUBE INSTRUCTIONS ARE ATTACHED BELOW

 

Monday, Dec. 3 and Tuesday, Dec. 4th

Due:  Author cubes--If taking ISTEP, please bring to me before 240 today!

In class:  IF TAKING MATH ISTEP, YOU DON'T HAVE TO MAKE UP ANYTHING FROM TODAY.  We will just have time to finish Friday's notebook, to go over tests, and to make Exam Cheat Sheet

 

Wednesday, Dec. 5

due:  vocab 15

in class:  watch DPS

 

Thursday, Dec. 6

due:  questions for DPS Day 1 and "To the Virgins"

in class:  DPS

 

Friday, Dec. 7  If you are on field trip, summary still needs to be turn in

due:  summary of Thoreau

in class:  work day 

 

Monday, Dec. 10

due:  none

in class:  DPS and Writer's notebook assignment and STEAL chart

 

Tuesday, Dec. 11

due:  STEAL chart

in class:  DPS/ Midsummer's Night Dream

 

Wednesday, Dec. 12

due:  none

in class:  DPS/ writers notebook entry/

 

Thursday, Dec. 13

due:  symbols chart filled in from "Before Viewing"

in class:  "Discussion" of DPS

 

Friday, Dec. 14

due:  prep for sharing "Discussion" INDIVIDUALLY ANSWER BOTH #4's ON "DISCUSSION" HANDOUT

in class:  share out "Discussion"

 

Monday, Dec. 17

due:  none

in class: technology prep for research papers

 

Tuesday, Dec. 18

due:  none

in class:  exam prep/ finish DPS presentations (What Will Your Verse Be?)

 

Wednesday, Dec. 19

due:  tba

in class:  exam prep

Go to Exam Section of Agenda

Thursday, Dec. 20

Exams:  2,5,7

Friday, December 21

exams 1,3,6,8 

Attachments
GATSBY

2019  GATSBY  (expect surprise reading quizzes!)

Monday, April 22nd

Due:  none

In class:  1920’s mini research/presentations, “Boom and Bust” video

 

Tuesday, April 23rd

Due:  none

In class:  Finish “Boom and Bust” and take quiz, Gatsby intro (themes, essential questions, Fitzgerald), get Gatsby books

 

Wednesday, April 24:  TAKE ASVAB AT 7:45am IN TIGER DEN

Due: none

In class:  Give vocab 22, 23, 24 answers/ finish intro/ start ch.1 together

 

Thursday, April 25

Due:  Gatsby ch. 1 (quiz)

In class:  discuss ch. 1 and start ch. 2

 

Friday, April 26th

Due:  Gatsby ch. 2 and 3

In class:  Review for 1-3 (in class grade)

 

Monday, April 29th

Due:  Gatsby Ch. 4 and annotations: 

CIRCLE at least 1 time Gatsby appears nervous (label nervous)

CIRCLE something that shows you Nick is naïve (label naïve)

CIRCLE Klipspringer’s name on p. 62 and his nickname on p. 63

BOX the paragraph that describes Gatsby’s car on p. 64

NOTE how the American dream theme ties into the top of p. 69

NOTE WHERE THE FLASHBACK BEGINS ON P. 74 and circle the year

UNDERLINE references to Gatsby’s house on pp. 78-79

HIGHLIGHT the phrase that began to beat in Nick’s ears (p.79) and note what you think it means

HIGHLIGHT another line that you think is significant in ch.4 and note WHY 

 

In class:  ch. 4 handouts

 

Tuesday, April 30

Due:  Gatsby ch. 5

In class:  quiz and guided notes

 

Wednesday, May 1

Due:  vocab 25-26

In class:  finish ch. 5, watch part 1 of movie

 

Thursday, May 2

Due:  none

In class:  finish part 1 of movie, reading time

 

Friday, May 3

Due:  ch. 6

In class:  quiz ch. 6

 

Monday, May 6

Due:  none

In class:  reading day

 

Tuesday, May 7

Due:  Ch. 7 and take home quiz

In class:  grade quiz, ch. 7 notes and quotes

 

Wednesday, May 8

Due:  Vocab 27-28

In class:  finish ch. 7 discussion, reading time

 

Thursday, May 9

Due:  ch. 8

In class:  ch. 8 questions

 

Friday, May 10

Due:  ch. 9

In class:  reading test over Gatsby ch. 1-9

Get research papers back; you have 1 week to schedule conferences to discuss your grade

 

Monday, May 13

Due: none

In class:  timeline, character chart, quote quiz prep

 

Tuesday, May 14

Due:  none

In class:  quotes quiz

 

Wednesday, May 15

Due:  vocab 29-30

In class:  socratic explained, prep time

 

Thursday, May 16

Due:  none

In class:  socratic prep time

 

Friday, May 17  last day to conference about research papers

Due:  Socratic prep work (entry ticket!  If not complete, you don't participate in socratic and get a 0/50)

In class:  socratic

 

Monday, May 20

Due:  Gatsby books for annotation grade (make sure all the annotations, especially for ch. 1-3, are done)

In class:   VIMME end of course assesment (NO STUDYING FOR THIS)

 

Tuesday, May 21

Due: none

In class:  bio poem work day, Gatsby movie, study vocab

 

Wednesday, May 22

Due:  Optional:  biopoem for bonus

In class:  movie, study

 

Thursday, May 23 and Friday, May 24

EXAMS—go to exam part of agenda for details

Attachments
FINAL EXAM

EXAM IS 10% of your final grade 

95%=CUMULATIVE VOCAB 11-30 WITH READING COMPREHENSION

PLEASE NOTE IT IS NOT A PURE MATCHING TEST. IT IS FORMATTED LIKE THE 5-20 TEST WHERE THE CONTEXT MATTERS!

Your cheat sheet can be handwritten on both sides of 1 regular sized sheet of paper.

5%=SELF REFELCTION/ASSESSMENT:  USE THE LINK BELOW due Monday, May 20

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5DJ26N7

 

 

 

E-learning

1.  Contact your F2F teacher for attendance

2.  CHECK REMIND/WEBPAGE FIRST!  IF POSSIBLE, WE WILL KEEP DOING WHAT WE ARE DOING IN CLASS.  ALL INSTRUCTIONS WILL BE ON MY WEBPAGE!

IF NO INSTRUCTIONS ON WEBPAGE, DO THE FOLLOWING:

1.  There are 3 attachments below.  Only 1 is due per e-learning day. Do them in order! (#1 on first e-learning day, #2 on 2nd e-learning day, #3 on 3rd e-learning day)

2.  Open the attachements in Noteability, do 4 quality annotations (thinking notes), and submit them to Ebackpack

  • The students have an iPad Support app on their iPads.  It gives them our email address, elearning@nwsc.k12.in.us, and our phone number, 457-8101 x3576.

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