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'Only the very weak-minded refuse to be influenced by literature and poetry.' - Cassandra Clare

Congratulations!  You are earning dual credit for your English class this semester!  PLEASE FIND THE CLASS SYLLABUS UNDER PAGE DOCS ON RIGHT SIDE OF THIS WEB PAGE!

Required Texts:

Making Literature Matter, 5th edition, Schilb and Clifford

(ISBN 978-0-312-65354-5)

When the Emperor was Divine, Julie Otsuka 

(ISBN 978-0-385-72181-3)

ALSO--Please use the weekly schedules provided below!  YOU are responsible for keeping track of assignments and due dates. 

Ebackpack and Turnitin will usually be used for electronic submissions-make sure you have them set up.

**REMIND101:  TEXT @w131fal to 81010

**TURNITIN:  20098933 password Tigers

HOCO MUSIC FESTIVAL WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED A 'DAY' IN L202.

 
Weekly Agenda
UNIT 3: LITERARY CONTEXTS

UNIT 3: LITERARY CONTEXTS 

THIS IS OUR LAST UNIT!   

REMEMBER THERE IS A ONE-TIME $500 SCHOLARSHIP FOR  IUK ONLY  THAT YOU CAN APPLY FOR IF YOU EARNED A B+ OR BETTER IN W131 OR L202 (CAN'T GET 2, ONLY 1).  THE FORM IS ATTACHED ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF MY W131 WEBPAGE.  IT IS EASY.  PRINT IT, FILL IT OUT, AND GIVE IT TO ME. 

HERE IS YOUR LAST HIGH SCHOOL ENGLISH AGENDA:   

DAY 1 (part 3) Wednesday, March 20 

Due: none 

In class:  Intro to literary criticism / review Homework DUE day 3:  review MLM pp. 1621-1626 about kinds of critical approaches; read Joyce “Counterparts” p. 1626 and the criticisms through page 1638 to understand them and how they are applied.  Be prepared to share the criticism that you would most likely use if you had to choose one to write about with the story and why; also be prepared to share any of them that were puzzling or confusing to you. Read the essay on p. 1639 (it is similar to what you will be doing for the Microtheme).

 

DAY 2  Thursday, March 21 

Due: none 

In class:  intro to literary context 

 

Day 3 Friday, March 22 IF YOU WILL BE GONE, YOU NEED TO DO THE HOMEWORK ON PAPER AND TURN IT IN BEFORE YOU LEAVE TO MAKE UP IN CLASS POINTS.

Due:  MLM 1621-1641: 

review MLM pp. 1621-1626 about kinds of critical approaches

read Joyce “Counterparts” p. 1626 and the criticisms through page 1638 to understand them and how they are applied. 

Be prepared to share the criticism that you would most likely use if you had to choose one to write about with the story and why; also be prepared to share any of them that were puzzling or confusing to you.

Read the essay on p. 1639 (it is similar to what you will be doing for the Microtheme).

In class: 1621-41/ “Eveline”/ critical approaches practice 

SPRING BREAK!

Day 4  Monday, April 1

due:  none

in class:  intro to A Raisin in the Sun

DAY 5  Tuesday, April 2

Due:  MLM 443-444;  A Raisin in the Sun  context info (attached below), and do take home quiz 

In class:  begin ARITS 

 

Day 6  Wednesday, April 3 

Due: none 

In class:  ARITS 

 

Day 7  Thursday, April 4

Due:   MLM pp. 513-516/ REMEMBER KENYATTA AND BOOKER T. WASHINGTON AND HIS RELATIONSHIP TO ASSIMILATIONIST 

In class:  ARITS 

 

Day 8  Friday, April 5

Due:  none

In class:  ARITS /review quoting dialogue in prose drama (sample is ARITS)

 

Day 9  Monday, April 8

Due:  Read instructions and come with questions for microtheme #4 assigned (attached below) &

MLM p. 1639 (sample paper close to microtheme #4)

In class:  ARITS (watch from minute 71-111)

 

Day 10  Tuesday, April 9

due:  none (IF YOU ARE GONE TODAY, YOU NEED TO WATCH USING YOUTUBE ATTACHMENT BELOW)

in class:  ARITS (watch from minute 111-151)

 

Day 11  Wednesday, April 10

Due: none 

In class:  finish ARITS/ turn in "things to notice as you watch"

 

Day 12  Thursday, April 11

Due:  none

In class: questions on microtheme #4 

 

Day 13  Friday, April 12 

Due:  microtheme #4 submit to Turnitin by 2:45 and paper copy to Mrs. Rogers by 2:45 

In class:  work time/ reading time 

 

Day 14  Monday, April 15

Due: “A Good Man is Hard to Find” MLM 1283-1296; 1296 #2,3,5 

In class:  "AGMIHTF" 

 

Day 15  Tuesday, April 16

Due: 1296-1307 and quiz

In class:  reading time

 

Day 16  Wednesday, April 17

“Love of my Life”  MLM p. 556 and supplemental readings--"Love of my Life context" (attached below) 

In class: LOML 

 

Day 17  Thursday, April 18

Due:  "Battle Royale" MLM p1494 and CULTURAL context (attached below) 

In class: Battle Royale 

 

Friday, April 19  NO SCHOOL GOOD FRIDAY

 

Day 18  Monday, April 22

Due:    MLM PP.1506-1516—COME WITH 2 GOOD QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR READING (WRITTEN OUT--CAN BE ON IPAD)

In class:

1.  Finish "Battle Royal" discussion

2.  Share questions about 1506-1516

3.  p.1509 #2,3  /   p. 1513  #1,3

4.  Discuss Battle Royale movie, Hunger Games, LOTF

5.  intro to Hunger Games

 

Day 19  Tuesday, April 23  (happy birthday Shakespeare)

Due: READ MAJOR PAPER THREE INSTRUCTIONS, come to class with any questions

In class: Questions about MP3,  Hunger Games

 

Day 20  Wednesday, April 24 

Due:  Read and Annotate MLM 224-243 (reading notes ok)

In class:    Hunger Games 

 

Day 21  Thursday, April 25

Due: none

In class:  Read sample MP3, Hunger Games 

FRIDAY, APRIL 26TH NOT A DAY

 

Day 22  Monday, April 29

Due:  claim for major paper DUE BEGINNING OF CLASS

In class:  Hunger Games / work on MP3

 

Day 23  Tuesday, April 30

due: none

in class: work on MP3

 

Day 24  Wednesday, May 1

Due:  none

In class:  work on draft

 

Day 25  Thursday, May 2

DUE:  none

in class:  work day

 

day 26  Friday, May 3

due:  PRINTED OUT ROUGH DRAFT (5 PAGES WITH WORKS CITED--NEED AT LEAST 3 SOURCES AT THIS TIME)

 

in class:  peer editing

 

Day 27  Monday, May 6

due:  NONE

in class:  PEER EDITING #2

WORKSHOP INFO ATTACHED BELOW.  IT MIGHT HELP 

 

Day 28  Tuesday, May 7

due:  revised rough draft, come prepared with specific questions HAVE YOUR SPECIFIC QUESTIONS HIGHLIGHTED OR MARKED ON YOUR REVISED DRAFT. DON'T NEED A PRINT OUT IF YOU HIGHLIGHT ON COMPUTER

IF YOR ARE NOT HERE THIS DAY—PLEASE EMAIL ME YOUR SPECIFIC QUESTIONS!

in class:  WORKSHOP FOR MAJOR PAPER 3 /CONFERENCES

 

Day 29  Wednesday, May 8

due: none

in class:  work day/conferences

 

Day 30  Thursday, May 9

Due: none

In class:  work day/conferences

 

Day 31  Friday, May 10

due for 5 bonus points:  FINAL MAJOR PAPER 3 SUBMITTED TO TURNITIN AND PRINTED OUT AND TURNED IN BY 2:45; PEER EDITING MUST BE TURNED IN AS WELL.

THE FINAL PAPER ONLY HAS TO BE 3 LINES ON THE 5TH PAGE AND 6 FULL PAGES MAX.

 

Monday, May 13

due:  ok to turn in final paper today

in class:  class evaluation

 

Tuesday, May 14--begin Macbeth (The video is attached below)

 

Attachments
E-LEARNING

You will get a remind text from me, but we usualy just follow the agenda on the webpage.

  • 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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