Tica Rogers
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ATTACHMENTS 2014-15
IF ANY ATTACHMENTS ARE NOT CLEAR, PLEASE LET ME KNOW!  I CAN GET YOU A PAPER COPY OR TRY TO SCAN AGAIN.

AR FOR 2014-15
We will not be using AR in its typical format. We will utilize AR tests, but it will be to enhance other reading or writing we are doing.

VOCABULARY 2014-15
ENGLISH 10H students are expected to remember the etymology from Mrs. Blunt's 9h.  They are part of the vocabulary expectations for 10H.  I have attached her list under "Class Library" on the right side of my webpage.  In addition, we will use a vocabulary workbook first semester and SAT prep vocabulary second semester.

SUPPLIES FOR 2014-2015

 

STUDENTS NEED:
1 ½ in. 3 ring binder, 5 divider sheets (grammar,alas,short story,asp, f451) highlighter, blue or black pen, RED pen, paper without edges. books and ipad given at school. Optional: Kleenex bonus 2 boxes= 5 points ( put name on bottom of box)
 

TENTATIVE LONG TERM SCHEDULE 2014-15
INTRO
GRAMMAR REVIEW
GRAMMAR AND NARRATIVE PAPER
WW2 PROJECT
ALAS BABYLON
GRAMMAR
GRAMMAR/DESCRIPTIVE PAPER/CUM.VOCAB TEST
SHORT STORY
A SEPARATE PEACE
FAHRENHEIT 451/FINALS

SECOND SEMESTER
F451
TKAM
STEINBECK
LORD OF THE FLIES
POETRY
JULIUS CAESAR
ECA PREP/ ECA
JC/ANIMAL FARM
FINALS

INTRO WEEK 8/12-8/18 2014
Tuesday, 8/12
due:  none
in class:  introduction

Wednesday, 8/13
due:  vocab 1-2
in class:  grade vocab

Thursday, 8/14
due:  none
in class:  p. 64 in grammar book (phrases diagnostic preview) & personality inventory

Friday, 8/16
due:  none
in class:  vocab test 1-2 + prefixes+ Blunts

Monday, 8/19
due:  supplies and signatures;
Gale, Greenberger, and Gates articles (annotated, highlighted)

in class:  discuss articles



GRAMMAR 2014


8/18--due:  supplies and signatures and articles
          in class:  review phrases (READ pp.65-84)

8/19-- due:  phrase assigned part
           in class:  article discussion/ groups discuss                                    phrases

8/20--
due:  vocab 3-4
           in class:  grammar pretest

8/21--due:  lesson plan for teaching
           in class: teach phrases

8/22--due:  HOMEWORK ASSIGNED BY "TEACHERS"
           in class:  vocab quiz 3-4 w/Blunt etymology and                              prefixes/ teach phrases

8/25--due:  
phrase game (typed out explanation,                               instructions, rules, etc.)  ; HOMEWORK ASSIGNED BY "TEACHER"
                    in class:  play phrase games/review

9/29

due:  WW2 presentations

9/30

due:  beginning on page 321 read and do evens with rule numbers for ex. 1,2, Rev. A, Rev. B 

in class:  grammar and watch other classes presentations

 

Wednesday, October 1

due:  Vocab 15-16

in class:  colons and semi colons review; WW2 group evaluations

 

Thursday, Oct. 2

due:  none

in class:  Colon and semi colon quiz; begin Alas, Babylon

 


NARRATIVE PAPER 2013

SEPT. 9--HANDOUTS READ AND UNDERSTOOD
SEPT. 10-NARRATIVES DUE
STAPLE IN THIS ORDER:
FINAL NARRATIVE ON TOP (NO NAME!)
SCORE SHEET (PUT NAME ON SCORESHEET)

MUST BE PRINTED OUT BEFORE CLASS BEGINS! SEE ATTACHMENT BELOW!

 


WWII RESEARCH PROJECT 2013

9/29

due:  WW2 presentations

9/30

Due:  see grammar section of webpage!


ALAS 2014

FRIDAY, OCT. 3

DUE:  FORWARD AND PREFACE FOR ALAS, BABYLON

IN CLASS:  INTRO TO ALAS

 

SCHEDULE

Day 1:  Friday, Oct. 3                      due:  Preface and Forward

                                                                                In class:  Introduction

 

Day 2:                    Monday, Oct. 6                 due:  Ch. 1-4, character list, and words for word wall

                                                                                In class:  1-4

Day 3:                    Tuesday, Oct. 7                 In class: discussion

Day 4:                    Wednesday, Oct. 8         

Due:  Ch. 5-6 / 5 words for word wall with page numbers and definitions / disc. questions 3,4,5,7 from ch. 5-6 (notice how they all relate to adaptabiliy theme) / vocab 17-18

In class:  allusions; discussion

Day 5:                    Thursday, Oct. 9               discussion/catch up

Day 6:                    Friday, Oct. 10                   Vocab test 15-18 (90 roots and Blunt 1-5) TURN IN VOCAB WORKBOOKS FOR 9 WEEK GRADE

Day 7:                    Monday, Oct. 13               due:  Ch. 7-9; 1 WORD/CHAPTER FOR WORD WALL with page number it is from!

Day 8:                    Tuesday, Oct. 14               due:  ch.10

Day 9:                    Wednesday, Oct. 15       PSAT PERIODS 1-4; vocab 19-20

Day 10:                 Thursday, Oct. 16             due:  Ch.11 ANDCH.11 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS AND 2 WORD WALL WORDS FROM CH.11

Day 11:                 Friday, Oct.17                    due:  Ch. 12 AND 1 WORD FOR WORD WALL

Day 12:                 Monday, Oct. 20               Ch.13

Day 13:                 Tuesday, Oct. 21               test review/ WORD WALL QUIZ

Day 14:                 Wednesday, Oct. 22       ALAS test/BOOK COVER DUE/CHARACTER CHART DUE

Fall Break Thursday, Oct. 23-26

Monday, Oct. 27               VOCAB TEST 1-20 (100 ROOTS (FROM FRONT OF VOCAB BOOK, 6 BLUNT PAGES) see webpage for details


PSAT OCT. 15, 2014 PERIODS 1-4

vocab test 1-20 is Monday, Oct. 27, 2014
Vocab 1-20 test: 40 vocab, 20 roots (FROM FRONT OF YOUR VOCAB BOOK), 20 stems (ETYMOLOGY FROM BLUNT) :  you may use a "cheat" sheet.  1 side of one regular size paper.  HANDWRITTEN and your name and hour must be on it.
Possible roots     
Fort   Mim                               
Fer    Neuro,nerv                     
Flu     Hydro                            
Equ    Baro
Ego              mono            tele
Dic               Chrono         Mor
Corp             Act              topo
Dent           bio               Thea,theatr
Cert             cid               crac,crat
Cele             duct             Miso  
Ann,enn        duct             hypno
Techn          opt              Cent         

possible stems (6 pages from Mrs. Blunt’s)            

Descriptive Paper 2014
OPTIONAL RESEARCH OVER FALL BREAK:  GO TO HAUNTED HOUSES! :-) 
 
Monday, Oct. 27
due:  none
in class:  Vocab 1-20 test
Tuesday, Oct. 28
Due:  writing packet AND OPTIONAL TEST ESSAY REDO
in class:  descriptive writing info
Wednesday, Oct. 29
DUE:  VOCAB 21-22 & rough draft of paragrpah SUBMITTED TO TURN IT IN BY 11:40AM
In class:  group time for paper

Thursday, Oct. 30
Due:  Transitions (attached below--just need to look at; don't have to do any exercises)
(suggested:  revised body paragraphs and intro and conclusions first draft)
in class:  group time

Friday, Oct. 31
Due:  none (suggested:  editing--especially Mega Mistakes -use control F for words- check for linking verbs (control F??)  MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ALL THE THINGS THAT NEED TO BE MARKED! also, check on picture)
in class:  group time

Monday, Nov. 3
Due:  Final descriptive paper due beginning of class (YOU MAY HAVE 3 1/2 PAGES IF NEEDED)

in class:  Acquity testing (practice for ECA--you don't need to do anything to prepare for this)

Tuesday, Nov. 4
due:  TBA (either grammar or short story)
in class:  grammar or short story

Wednesday, Nov. 6
Due:  VOCAB 23-24 (no more tests until final exam that covers 1-30, all blunt etymology, and workbook roots through "pot" (150 total)
 
LOOKING AHEAD:  IF YOU TOOK A HIROSHIMA BOOK FOR BONUS, BONUS IS DUE WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19.  IF YOU WANT A BOOK, YOU CAN GET ONE ON NOV. 19TH AND YOU WILL HAVE UNTIL WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17TH TO DO THE BONUS.

SHORT STORY 2014

MONDAY, NOV. 3

DUE:  DESCRIPTIVE PAPERS

IN CLASS:  ACUITY TESTING, CLOSE READ ASSESMENT

 

TUESDAY, NOV. 4

DUE:  1.  Be prepared for Quiz over allegory, single effect, symbolism, atmosphere/mood (see attachment below:  POE'S KEY LIT TERMS)
2.  Be prepared for quiz over Poe Powerpoint (see attachment below)
3.  Begin to look at Short Story literary term list--quiz Monday, November 10

In class:  QUIZ OVER POE POWEROINT AND POE'S KEY LIT TERMS, Begin Poe's "The Masque of the Red Death" (attached below--vocabulary list/ note sheet), do practice "close read", begin "Masque" in class

 

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5

DUE:   FINISH READING "MASQUE" AND FILL IN REST OF "NOTES"  COMPLETE METACOGNITION LOG

in class:   "Masque"

 

Thursday, Nov. 6

DUE:  vocab 23-24

in class: "The Pedestrian" 

 

Friday, Nov. 7

due:  Read pp56-62 (I would read p. 56, 62, then the rest); on p. 63 answer in COMPLETE SENTENCES #4, 7, 9, 10 and use 1-2 sentences to answer the question asked in  the section "Listening and Speaking:  Debating the Future"

in class: 'Pedestrian," "Everyday Use" / begin group SS project

 

MONDAY, NOV. 10 BRING IN CANS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

DUE:  "Everyday Use"  pp. 102-109 in big lit book

IN CLASS: SHORT STORY LIT TERM QUIZ (terms attached below)

group work on SS project

 

TUESDAY, NOV. 11  BRING IN CANS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Due:  none

in class:  groups; begin "Babylon" story

 

Wednesday, Nov. 12  Bring in CANS!

due:  Cold Equations" By the Waters of Babylon"

in class:  Quiz CE, Babylon, Everyday use; group work

 

Thursday, Nov. 13

Due:  Vocabulary 25-26

in class:  group work

 

Friday, Nov. 14

due:  none

in class:  group work

 

Monday, Nov. 17

due:  Short Story Project 

in class:  grammar

 

Wednesday, Nov.19

due:  First round of Hiroshima Bonus (books turned in for others)

vocab 27-28

 

 

 


SHORT STORY 2013
Wednesday, Nov. 6
Due:  VOCAB 21-22 DUE, Paper due end of class (last check, things marked)
in class:  final revisions to paper; work on homework


Thursday, Nov. 7th
DUE: 
1.  Be prepared for Quiz over allegory, single effect, symbolism, atmosphere/mood (see attachment below:  POE'S KEY LIT TERMS)
2.  Be prepared for quiz over Poe Powerpoint (see attachment below)
3.  Begin to look at Short Story literary term list--quiz Monday, November 11

In class:  QUIZ OVER POE POWEROINT AND POE'S KEY LIT TERMS, Begin Poe's "The Masque of the Red Death" (attached below--vocabulary list/ note sheet), do practice "close read", begin "Masque" in class

Friday, Nov. 8th (can use iPoe app to listen to story on iPad)
Due:  "Masque" finished (quiz), Close read for paragraphs 5 and 9, questions #5 and #7
BAND STUDENTS YOU MUST TELL ME AHEAD OF TIME AND PLAN TO COME IN FIRST PERIOD TO TAKE THE MASQUE QUIZ BEFORE YOU LEAVE FOR FIELD TRIP!  YOU ALSO MUST TURN IN ALL WORK THAT IS DUE.

Monday, Nov.11
Due:   Short story lit term quiz, "The Pedestrian" PP.56-63 (READ ALL PAGES!) P.63 ANSWER IN COMPLETE SENTENCES #4,7,9,10 AND ANSWER THE QUESTION IN THE "DEBATING THE FUTURE" SECTION UNDER LISTENING AND SPEAKING
In class:  lit term quiz, "pedestrian" plot sheet, begin "Everyday Use"

Tuesday, Nov. 12
Due:  "Everyday Use" pp. 102-109
In class:  Quiz "Everyday Use"/ begin short story group project

Wednesday, Nov. 13
Due:  "Cold Equations" pp.197-217 AND "By the Waters of Babylon" pp.174-185
In class:  quiz over "Cold Equations" and "By the Waters of Babylon"/ group work time

Thursday, Nov. 14
Due:  VOCAB 23-24
In class:  group work time

Friday, Nov. 15
Due:  LOOK AT CANNED FOOD DRIVE INCENTIVES AND DUE DATES!  INCENTIVES ARE ATTACHED BELOW; DUE DATES ARE ON DAILY AGENDA!
in class:  group work time

Monday, Nov. 18
due:  none  BRING IN CANS
in class:  group work time

Tuesday, Nov. 19
due:  none  BRING IN CANS
IN CLASS:  IN-CLASS ESSAY OVER SHORT STORIES
QUESTION FOR ESSAY:  DISCUSS HOW FEAR CAN BE A THEME IN SHORT STORIES.  CHOOSE 3 SHORT STORIES AND DISCUSS THE CHARACTERS' FEAR AND THE OUTCOME (USE SPECIFIC DETAILS FROM THE STORIES).  USE TRANSITIONS AS YOU MOVE FROM ONE SHORT STORY TO THE NEXT.  BE SURE TO GIVE THE AUTHOR OF EACH STORY.  AS YOU CONCLUDE, INDICATE THE PURPOSE OF FEAR AND WHAT OTHER CHARACTERS LEARNED.  YOU MUST HAVE A CLEAR THESIS AT THE END OF YOUR FIRST PARAGRAPH.  YOU MUST RESTATE THAT THESIS IN YOUR 5TH (FINAL) PARAGRAPH.  YOU MAY PREPARE YOUR THESIS AHEAD OF TIME.

Wednesday, Nov. 20
due: SS GROUP PROJECTS DUE BEGINNING OF CLASS
none  BRING IN CANS
in class:  Begin Dead Poets' Society / A Separate Peace




More Grammar :-) Oct. 11-Oct. 22, 2013
Friday, Oct. 11
Due:  vocab 15-16
in class:  Alas journal, pronouns

Monday, Oct. 14
Due:  Linking Verbs memorized, pp.154-56 in grammar book
In class:  Quiz over LVs and pp. 154-56; pronouns,

Tuesday, Oct. 15
Due:  Rev. E all (tell how used), Rev. G all, Ex. 10 odds, read 163-66, Ex. 12 odds (rewrite sentences)
In class:  review

Wednesday, Oct. 16 (PSAT periods 1-4)
Due:  Vocab 17-18
In class:  PRONOUN TEST

Thursday, Oct. 17
Due:  none
In class:  begin Agreement

Friday, Oct. 18
Due: none
In class:  VOCAB TEST 15-18 (INCLUDES BLUNT 1-5 AND ROOTS FROM BEGINNING OF VOCAB BOOK "ANTHROPO"- "DUCT,DUC")

 agreement IN CLASS AFTER TEST

Monday, Oct. 21
Due: PRONOUN TEST CORRECTIONS;  first Hiroshima Bonus opportunity, agreement:  GROUP WORK FINISHED (submit to showbie or on paper); READ PP.130-32, EX. 12 ALL, 133-36 (NOTICE RULES ARE SAME AS SUBJECT/VERB AGREEMENT!), EX. 13 ODDS WITH RULE #S

In class:  GRADE HOMEWORK; agreement review

Tuesday, Oct. 22
Due:  Vocab 19-20, REV. H ALL WITH RULE #S, REV. J ALL

In class: GRADE HMWK; CHAPTER REVIEW P. 141


Wednesday, Oct. 23 SHORT CLASS, SO TEST IS SHORTER
Due:  none
In class:  AGREEMENT TEST
3-7:30 pm  TEACHER CONFERENCES AVAILABLE

Thursday, Oct. 24 No School :-)
7-11am   TEACHER CONFERENCES AVAILABLE

Friday, Oct. 25  FALL BREAK
Monday, Oct. 28  FALL BREAK

Tuesday, Oct. 29  vocab test 1-20  scroll down to  agenda item labeled:   "vocab test 1-20 info" for information

HIROSHIMA BONUS 2014

Due dates for Hiroshima bonus:
November 19 if you have one of my books 

December 17th if you have your own book, or you get one of my books on Nov. 19th.


cans 2014

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a separate peace--REMEMBER READING LOGS ARE DUE WHEN CHAPTERS ARE DUE (REVISED DECEMBER 12, 2014

Monday, Dec. 1

due:  none

in class:  review for pronoun test; begin Dead Poets Society

 

Tuesday, Dec. 2

due:  none

in class:  pronoun test; DPS viewing

 

Wednesday, Dec. 3

due:  vocab 29-30 

in class:  DPS viewing

 

Thursday, Dec. 4

due:  none

in class:  DPS; a separate peace

 

Friday, Dec. 5

due:  Chapters 1-4; study guide is optional

in class:  ASP/ DPS

 

MONDAY, DEC. 6

due:  ASP 5-7, reading log, article response

PLEASE NOTICE:  INFO FOR THE FINAL EXAM IS LISTED BELOW.  YOU MAY NOT PUT BLUNT ETYMOLOGY ON THE CHEAT SHEET! I EXPECT YOU TO KNOW ALL OF THOSE FROM LAST YEAR.  THE CHEAT SHEET CAN BE 1 SIDE OF 1 SHEET OF PAPER HANDWRITTEN.

IF YOU EARNED A HOMEWORK EXEMPTION, YOU MUST TELL ME BY DECEMBER 12 HOW YOU WANT TO USE IT.  IT CAN ONLY BE USED ON A 10 POINT OR LESS ASSIGNMENT.

 

Tuesday, Dec. 9

due: none

in class:  ch. 7, watch dps

 

Wednesday, Dec. 10

due:  none

in class:  finish dps; response for DPS

 

Thursday, Dec. 11

due:  8,9 10 

in clas:  discuss 8,9,10

 

Friday, Dec. 12

due:  : homework exemptions; asp ch. 11 and completed study guide

in class:  discuss 11

 

Monday, Dec. 15

due: ASP 12-13 & reading logs 5-13 (MAKE SURE YOU USED ALL THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF RESPONSES THROUGHOUT THE LOGS.  I WOULD EXPECT TO SEE AT LEAST 3 OF EACH KIND OF RESPONSE THROUGHOUT THE LOGS)

in class:  F451 begin

 

 

 

 


A SEPARATE PEACE 2013

Wednesday, Nov. 20
Due:  none  BRING IN CANS
In class:  Intro to Dead Poets' Society / A Separate Peace

Thursday, Nov. 21
Due:  VOCAB 25-26 DUE/  BRING IN CANS
In class:  Watch Dead Poets' Society

Friday, Nov. 22
Due: none  CANS DUE BEFORE 1ST PERIOD!!!
In class:  DPS/introduce ASP


Monday, Nov. 25  114 items for storm relief
Due:
WW2 PPT ATTACHED BELOW  (QUIZ TODAY!)
In class:   QUIZ OVER WW2 PPT,

Tuesday, Nov. 26 114 items for storm relief
Due:  ASP ch.1-3, grammar sheet attached below, study guide is optional
In class:  Quiz 1-3, discuss 1-3

Wednesday, Nov. 27 114 items for storm relief
due:  vocab 27-28
In class:  finish ch. 1-3 discussion

THANKSGIVING BREAK---YOU EARNED CHEAT SHEET FOR FINAL VOCAB TEST :-)

Monday, Dec. 2 (Hiroshima bonus due)
Due:  Ch. 4/  ASP vocab 1-4
IN CLASS:  vocab quiz 1-4, ch. 4 quiz (book and notes), characterization activity

Tuesday, Dec. 3
Due:  5&6
in class:  discussion

Wednesday, Dec. 4
due:  ch.7 and vocab 29-30 next test will be final exam over all 30 chapters, prefixes, and Blunt
in class:  a youth deals with guilt

Thursday, Dec.5
due:  none
in class:  catch up/reading day

Friday, Dec. 6
due:  8,9,10
in class:  reading quiz INCLUDES VOCABULARY!, discussion,  friendship, war, and peace

Monday, Dec. 9 bonus ar due
due:  ch.11 STUDY GUIDE NEEDS TO BE DONE!
in class:  discuss

Tuesday, Dec. 10
due: ch. 12-13
in class:  reading quiz and discussion

Wednesday, Dec. 11
due:  none
in class: review

Thursday, Dec. 12.  STUDY SESSION 7:15AM MRS. ROGERS' ROOM
due:  none
in class:  ASP test YOU MAY USE A HANDWRITTEN CHEAT SHEET ON 1 SIDE OF 1 REGULAR SIZE PAPER

Friday, Dec. 13
due:  none
in class:  ASP essay test YOU MAY BRING IN AND USE A HANDWRITTEN OUTLINE AND THESIS STATEMENT. 


F451

Monday, Dec. 16
Due:  Great Thinkers of the past:  Follow the directions on the handout.  Your thinker is the one that is circled.  You may dress up like your thinker for bonus, but you must be dressed up all day.
In class:  Great Thinker presentations/ F451 introduction

Tuesday, Dec. 17
Due:  2 newspaper articles CLOSE READ and 1 paragraph response to each
in class:  F451 intro

Wednesday, Dec. 18
Due:  "About the Author" read and highlighted
in class:  F451 intro

Thursday, Dec. 19
Due:  none
in class:  PERIOD 6 EXAM

Friday, Dec. 20
Due:  BINDERS FOR FINAL GRADE
in class:  PERIOD 7 EXAM

MERRY CHRISTMAS--I GIVE YOU THE GIFT OF READING A GREAT BOOK!

Monday, Jan. 13
due:  F451 reading and vocabulary test, reading log, and symbolism handout AND VOCAB DEFINITIONS WRITTEN OR TYPED OUT 

Tuesday, Jan 14
due: Coda, Afterword, themes handout
in class: F451

Wednesday, Jan. 15
due:  3 QUESTIONS YOU HAVE AFTER READING (WE WILL USE THESE FOR DISCUSSION)
in class: F451

Thursday, Jan. 16
due:  none
in class: F451

Friday, Jan. 17
due: none
in class:  F451

NEXT UNIT IS TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD! LOOK THERE FOR HOMEWORK DUE TUESDAY, JAN. 21ST!




F451 2014

Tuesday, Dec. 16

due:  none

in class:  F451

 

Wednesday, Dec. 17

due: Hiroshima bonus 

in class: F451

 

Thursday, Dec. 18 

PERIOD 7 FINAL EXAM AND VOCAB WORKBOOKS DUE

 

Friday, Dec. 19

PERIOD 5 FINAL EXAM AND VOCAB WORKBOOKS DUE

BOTH CLASSES BINDERS DUE

 

TUESDAY, JAN. 6TH

DUE: F451 3 QUESTIONS, READING LOG, SYMBOLS SHEET (INFORMATION ATTACHED BELOW "CHRISTMAS READING")

IN CLASS:  F451 READING TEST

Wednesday, January 14 (hopefully!)

due:  Coda, afterword, close reading exercises ( DO NOT HAVE TO DO BACK ABOUT THEMES)

in class:  F451/close reading

Thursday, January 15

due: none

in class:  F451

Friday, January 16

due: none

in class:  F451 symbols, random notes (attached below), analysis and small group discussion (handout)

if absent:  read the random notes, read the analysis, write out answers to small group discussion questions about p.57-58, analysis, and fear and turn in Monday.  YOU WILL HAVE TO EITHER PRINT MONDAY'S HOMEWORK, OR YOU CAN DO IT ON IPAD AND SHOW IT TO ME MONDAY.

Monday, Jan. 19 (YES, WE HAVE SCHOOL)

DUE:  Letters from Birmingham Packet

in class:  STAR reading test/ TKAM

 


EXAM

The word list is attached below

The exam grade is broken down like this:

Exam= 15% of final grade

136 points= vocabulary (WORDS, ROOTS, AND BLUNT ETYMOLOGY--BLUNT ETYMOLOGY IS NOT ALLOWED ON CHEAT SHEET!  I EXPECT YOU TO KNOW ALL OF THOSE FROM LAST YEAR!)

24 points=binder (papers need to be neatly in sections)  You can put folders in the binder, but they must be clearly labeled and neat (You don't have to pull all the papers out and hole punch them!)

binder sections:  grammar, writing (narrative and descriptive), ALAS, short story, ASP, F451

40 points= participation/engagement= figured from entire semester

YOU WILL ALSO TURN IN YOUR VOCAB WORKBOOK.  IT WILL COUNT AS A HOMEWORK GRADE ON THE 9 WEEKS.

 

Thursday, Dec. 18 

PERIOD 7 FINAL EXAM AND VOCAB WORKBOOKS DUE

 

Friday, Dec. 19

PERIOD 5 FINAL EXAM AND VOCAB WORKBOOKS DUE

BOTH CLASSES BINDERS DUE

 


AR 2ND 9 WEEKS 2013

2nd 9 weeks=BONUS UP TO 10 POINTS
due Monday, December 9th

No contract

 6.0 books


AR SECOND SEMESTER 2014

10H AR CONTRACT 3RD 9 WEEKS 2014

My hope is that you can read a book for enjoyment this 9 weeks!  You may pick any 5.0 or higher book (or more than 1 if needed), and you ONLY NEED 10 points! It will count as a 15 point grade in the gradebook.  This is the “contract.”  It is your responsibility to remember to take your test by March 4th!  March 4th is the only date that is a complete sentence, so hopefully you can remember it!  I will not remind you of this date; in addition to reading fun, you get to learn some responsibility!



4TH 9 WEEKS=MORE DETAILS TO COME; BUT YOU WILL READ 1 BOOK AND DO A PRESENTATION

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD: All reading assignments can be quizzed without notice

Wednesday, January 22
Due:  "Letter from Birmingham" packet
In class:  STAR reader


Thursday, Jan. 23
Due:  "Birmingham" article; Prejudice
In class:  Prejudice


Due:  none
In class:  Prejudice; Rosa Parks


Due:  TKAM VOCAB TEST
In class:  Finish Rosa; Bill Cosby;

due:  none
in class:  AQUITY TESTING


DATES BACK ON!

Monday, Feb. 3rd
Due:   "Depression" handout close read
In class:  Intro to tkam

Tuesday, Feb. 4th
Due:  TKAM ch. 1-3  (ANSWER SG QUESTIONS FOR CH.1 #2,6,7,8 AND CH. 2 #1 DO NOT HAVE TO USE COMPLETE SENTENCES)
in class:  discuss 1-3

Wednesday, Feb. 5th
other great movies to watch (SEE ATTACHED BELOW)

Thursday, Feb. 6th
In class:  Children's march

Friday, Feb. 7th
Due:  TKAM  4-5
in class:  discuss 4-5/ juxtaposition/ Listen to ch. 6 in class--BOO RADLEY

Monday, Feb. 10
Due:  TKAM 6-8
in class:  catch up

Tuesday, Feb. 11
Due:  none
in class:  quiz 4-8

Wednesday, Feb. 12
due:  ch.9
in class:  Emmett Till

Thursday, Feb. 13
due:  ch.10
In class:  Emmett Till

Friday, Feb. 14
due:  ch. 11
In class:  EMMETT TILL/discussion 10-11 (attached below)

MOVE BACK TO TUESDAY, IF WE ARE OUT TUESDAY, MOVE TO WEDNESDAY!

Wednesday, Feb. 19
due:  ch. 12  quiz 8-12
in class: Finish Discussion 10-11/ ch. 12 notes

Thursday, Feb. 20
due:  13-14 and questions 12-14 handout
in class:  discuss 13-14/ begin Emmett Till history carousel

Friday, Feb. 21
due:  15-16
in class:  finish carousel / discuss 15-16/ explain sg ch.17

Monday, Feb. 24
due:  17-18
in class:  17-18/ group project explained

Tuesday, Feb. 25
due:  19
in class:  20

Wednesday, Feb. 26
due:  Finish 20 and 21
in class:  quiz 17-20/ Scottsboro

Thursday, Feb. 27
due:  none
in class:  discuss 20-21/ Scottsboro

Friday, Feb. 28
due:  22-25
in class:  character quiz/Scottsboro

Monday, March 3
due:  26-27
in class:  quiz 24-27/ handout for ch. 22-27/ Scottsboro/ group time

Tuesday, March 4
due:  AR DUE!/ WOD QUIZ NUMBER 1 OVER FIRST 10 WORDS!
in class:  catch up/group time/read

Wednesday, March 5
due:  28-31
in class:  quiz 28-31/ discuss 28-31

Thursday, March 6
due:  none
in class: Review/group time

Friday, March 7
due:  none
in class:  review/group time

Monday, March 10
due:  TKAM test

Tuesday, March 11
due: none
in class: group time

Wednesday, March 12 
Thursday, March 13 HOCO MUSIC FESTIVAL

Friday, March 14
due:  group projects
in class:  socratic
  IF ABSENT, YOU MUST WRITE OUT ANSWERS TO THE SOCRATIC QUESTIONS-YOU WILL NEED TO GET THEM FROM ME MONDAY.

Monday, March 17 SEE GRAMMAR SECTION BELOW FOR NEW UNIT
due:  Binder for 9 week grade DIVIDER TABS NEEDED:  F451/TKAM/WRITING/GRAMMAR/STEINBECK/LOTF/POETRY/ECA/JC
SO FAR ONLY F451 AND TKAM WILL HAVE PAPERS IN THEM
ALSO--GRAMMAR TBA DUE--SEE GRAMMAR SECTION






TKAM 2015

Monday, Jan. 19 (YES, WE HAVE SCHOOL)

DUE:  Letters from Birmingham Packet

in class:  STAR reading test/ TKAM

Tuesday, Jan. 20

DUE:  Prejudice-attached below (submit to showbie "Prejudice"), watch Bill Cosby on Prejudice-link attached and fill in at least 2 ideas per group on handout attached below labeled "Bill Cosby" (SUBMIT TO SHOWBIE "BILL COSBY")  IF THE LINK DOESN'T WORK, JUST GO TO YOUTUBE AND SEARCH "BILL COSBY PREJUDICE" AND FIND THE 22 MINUTE MONOLOGUE.

THE BILL COSBY MONOLOGUE IS A SATIRE!  IT IS SUPPOSED TO BE OFFENSIVE--IT IS SUPPOSED TO BOTHER YOU!

Wednesday, Jan. 21

Due:  Response to Birmingham

in class:  Civil Rights

Thursday, Jan. 22

Due: tba

in class:  Civil Rights

Friday, Jan. 23

due:  PERMISSION SLIP AND $5 FOR MONDAY'S TRIP 

in class:  Civil Rights

Monday, Jan. 26

due:  BRING MONEY FOR LUNCH AT CHILIS AND CONCESSIONS IF YOU WANT THEM DURING THE MOVIE.

in class:  SELMA movie Field trip

 

Tuesday, Jan. 27

due:  none

in class:  Acuity

 

Wednesday, Jan. 28

due:  none

in class:  Depression video

 

Thursday, Jan. 29

SELMA FIELD TRIP

 

Friday, Jan. 30

due:  Intro to TKAM (attached below; you need to read)

in class:  lynching information

 

Monday, Feb. 2

due:  none

in class:  censorship and begin TKAM 

 

Tuesday, Feb. 3

due:  ch. 1, SG ch. 1, and metacognitive reading log

in class: TKAM

 

Wednesday, Feb. 4

due:  chapters 2+3

in class:  review chapters 1-3

 

Thursday, Feb. 5

due:  ch. 4-5; close read page p.58 Paragraph 5- the break on p. 61 after "I liked it very much."  and highlight Ms. Maudie's golden line

in class: 4-5; juxtaposition, begin 6

 

Friday, Feb. 6

due:  research on new book by harper lee

in class: 6 and reading time

 

Monday, Feb. 9

due:  ch.6 and Boo Radley Writing assignment (attached below)/ch.7-8 ANSWER STUDY GUIDE CH. 7#2 AND CH. 8 #3

in class: group quiz 4-8

 

Tuesday, Feb. 10

due:  BRING IN ONE GOOD QUESTION NOT ON SG (optional to bring in questions over study guide)

in class: catch up notes and quotes 6-8; any study guide questions answered, reading day

 

Wednesday, feb. 11

due:  ch. 9-11

close reading:

ch.9--

annotate p.99 "do you...." to break on p.102

jot 2 things you notice about Atticus as a parent

how is uncle jack contrasted to Atticus to show Atticus's parenting

SG #3

explan the allusion p.117 "Let this cup...."

ch.10

sg #1

ch. 11

sg #3

find a golden line p. 139 "Scout...." to p. 140 "...person's conscience."

annotate last 2 paragraphs p. 144

 

in class: 9-11

 

Thursday, Feb. 12

due:  ch. 12

in class:  catch up/discuss

 

Friday, Feb. 13

due:  none (keep working on your character chart)

in class:  12; reading time

 

Monday, FEb. 16

due:  13-14; 12-14 handout (attached below) 

in class:  13-14 

 

Tuesday, Feb. 17--IN CLASS E-LEARNING DAY (tech problems? email:  elearning@nwsc.k12.in.us)

due: none

in class:  WATCH EMMETT TILL VIDEO ATTACHED BELOW.  BE WILLING TO TROUBLE SHOOT SOME, IF THE LINK DOESN'T WORK, TRY GOING DIRECTLY TO YOUTUBE AND TYPING IN THE VIDEO NAME. AFTER WATCHING THE VIDEO, ATTEMPT TO SUBMIT COMMENT TO EBACKPACK AFTER YOU WATCH VIDEO ATTACHED BELOW.  YOU ACCESS EBACKPACK ON THE NW INTRANET PAGE--IT IS A PURPLE TAB.  YOUR LOGIN AND PASSWORD ARE THE SAME AS YOUR COMPUTER ONE.  DON'T STRESS IF YOU CAN'T LEAVE A COMMENT, BUT PLEASE TRY! IF YOU CAN NOT LEAVE A COMMENT, YOU NEED TO EMAIL A COMMENT TO ME.

 

Wednesday, Feb. 18

due:  15-16 and metacognitive reading log (I HAVE ATTACHED A PDF OF THIS FORM TO THE PAGE DOCS ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF MY WEBPAGE)

in class:  15-16

 

Thursday, Feb. 19

IF E-LEARNING DAY:  SUBMIT SG 17-18 TO SHOWBIE BY 9PM TONIGHT, WATCH YOUTUBE VIDEO ABOUT SCOTTSBORO ATTACHED BELOW, LEAVE A COMMENT (AT LEAST 25 WORDS LONG) ABOUT A SPECIFIC ASPECT OF THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS, CHAPTER 19 AND GOLDEN LINE STILL DUE FRIDAY.

due:  ch. 17-18; submit study guide 17-1,2,3 and 18#3 to Showbie

in class:  17-18

 

Friday, Feb. 20

due:  19 and golden line marked for ch. 19

in class: ch. 20

 

Monday, Feb. 23  THIS WEEK HAS BEEN UPDATED

due:  ch.21

in class:  WOD QUIZ 1-10; CATCH UP ON TKAM

 

Tuesday, Feb. 24

due:  CH.22-23 DUE

in class:  Scottsboro Boys

 

Wednesday, Feb. 25

due:  none

in class:  Scottsboro Boys

 

Thursday, Feb. 26

due:  ch. 24-25

in class:  character quiz; 22-25; Scottsboro Boys

 

Friday, Feb. 27

due:  ch.26-27

in class:  22-27 handout; group project info

 

Monday, March 2

due:  28-31/ highlight 1 golden line in each chapter/ answer the following questions AFTER YOU FINISH THE BOOK. ANSWER ON PAPER:

1.  WHAT DO SCOUT AND JEM HEAR AS THEY PASS THE RADLEY PLACE. EXPLAIN ITS SIGNIFICANCE

2.  P.362 SCOUT DESCRIBES BOO IN DETAIL--SUMMARIZE THE DESCRIPTION IN 1 SENTENCE

3.  CH.30--DISCUSS SCOUT'S COMMENT ABOUT THE MOCKINGBIRD IN RELATION TO BOO RADLEY

4.  CH.31--WHY WOULD SCOUT NEVER LEAD BOO HOME? WHAT DOES SHE REALIZE AS SHE STANDS ON THE RADLEY PORCH?HOW DOES THIS SHOW HER COMPASSION AND SENSITIVITY?

5.  WHY DOES HARPER LEE BRING UP THE GRAY GHOST AGAIN? WHAT IS GOING ON WITH THE GRAY GHOST?

6.  WHAT DOES THE LAST LINE IMPLY?

7. WHO IS THE MOCKINGBIRD? EXPLAIN.

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 3RD

E-LEARNING PLANS:

1.  FINISH ACTIVE READING ACTIVITY FROM YESTERDAY (SUBMIT TO SHOWBIE)

2.  JUXTAPOSITION HANDOUT ATTACHED BELOW:  EACH GROUP WILL DO 1 OF THE SETS OF BOXES.  YOU CHOOSE 3 SITUATIONS, PUT EACH SITUATION IN THE BOX THEN WRITE IN HOW THE CHARACTERS RESPONDED.  EACH INDIVIDUAL NEEDS TO DO THIS TODAY; WE WILL MEET IN GROUPS TOMORROW.  IF YOUR SET ONLY HAS 2 BOXES, ONLY DO 2.

FOR EXAMPLE, IF I AM IN GROUP 1, I PUT 3 SITUATIONS (ONE IN EACH BOX) WHERE THEY RESPONDED DIFFERENTLY. I PUT ATTICUS' RESPONSE ON HIS SIDE AND HERS ON HER SIDE. I WILL THEN SHARE MY 3 WITH MY GROUP TOMORROW.

ATTICUS AND AUNT ALEXANDRA--THE GROUP AT THE FRONT BY THE BOARD

BOB EWELL AND TOM ROBINSON--THE GROUP BY THE OHIO STATE PILLOW/CHAIR

MISS MAUDIE AND MISS STEPHANIE--THE GROUP BY THE BACK TABLE

JEM AND SCOUT=-THE GROUP BY MY DESK

3.  READ THE ATTACHMENT "REFERENCES TO THE TITLE"

4.  READ THE TEST REVIEW ATTACHMENT

5.  BRING ANY QUESTIONS YOU HAVE ABOUT THE TEST TO CLASS TOMORROW.  WE WILL START GROUP PROJECT TOMORROW AND DO TEST THURSDAY.  CHARACTER CHART IS ALSO DUE THURSDAY.

 

 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4

DUE: E-LEARNING STUFF

IN CLASS: TEST REVIEW,  PROJECTS EXPLAINED

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 5

DUE: CHARACTER CHART DUE

IN CLASS: TKAM TEST  

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 6

DUE: NONE

IN CLASS: GROUP WORK--PROJECTS 

 

MONDAY, MARCH 9

DUE: NONE

IN CLASS: GROUP WORK--PROJECTS

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 10

DUE: NONE

IN CLASS: GROUP WORK--PROJECTS

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11

DUE: GROUP PROJECTS END OF CLASS

IN CLASS: GROUP WORK--PROJECTS

 

 

 

 


GRAMMAR 2ND SEMESTER

Monday, March 17
due:  
Binder for 9 week grade DIVIDER TABS NEEDED:  F451/TKAM/WRITING/GRAMMAR/STEINBECK/LOTF/POETRY/ECA/JC
SO FAR ONLY F451 AND TKAM WILL HAVE PAPERS IN THEM


AND GRAMMAR:

GRAMMAR BOOK ch.14 p. 354 Diagnostic Test with rule numbers.  You will need to read the chapter in order to get the rule numbers.  Be very familiar with 14j & k, p.369-70, and 14p.

in class: go over grammar/begin Steinbeck

Tuesday, March 18
due:  Review p. 373-74 odds
in class:  WOD Quiz #2 all words/ grade homework/ Steinbeck video

Wednesday, March 19
due:  p.  336 ch. 13 Diag. preview  w/ rule numbers (need to read chapter in order to get the rule numbers); ex. 3 p. 350
in class:  quiz over pp. 337-346/ ch. 13/ Steinbeck

Thursday, March 20
due:  Review pp. 351-52 odds
in class:  grammar review/ Steinbeck video

Friday, March 21
due:  "Chrysanthemums" close read
in class:  Grammar test ch. 13 & 14/ Steinbeck

MOVE TO STEINBECK SECTION OF WEBPAGE FOR NEXT 2 WEEKS AGENDA


STEINBECK/POETRY/ECA REVIEW/ ANIMAL FARM
UPDATED APRIL 21st

Monday, March 24
Due:  Pearl 1-3/ study guide 1-3/ Look at vocab and figurative language attachment/ on the back of your study guide write 5 questions you have about chapters 1-3.
in class:  Quiz/ discuss questions/ "Chrysanthemums" analysis if time

Tuesday, March 25
Due:  Look at vocab and fig. language attachment (it has been updated)
in class:  "Chrysanthemums" analysis/ reading time

Wednesday, March 26
due:  Pearl finished and study guide questions
in class:  Pearl discussion

Thursday, March 27
due:  none
in class: Pearl discussion/ Intro to Of Mice and Men

Friday, March 28
due:  Of Mice and Men ch. 1-2
in class:  OMM discussion

Monday, March 31
due:  Of Mice and Men finished
in class:  OMM reading test and discussion

Tuesday, April 1
due:  none
in class:  OMM and Grapes of Wrath

Wednesday, April 2
due: GOW HANDOUTS CLOSE READ
in class:  OMM AND Grapes of Wrath

Thursday, April 3
due:  none
in class:  Grapes of Wrath

Friday, April 4
due:  "Chrysanthemums" close readings, ANSWER QUESTIONS ON SHEET and cards due 5 SOURCE CARDS AND 10 NOTE CARDS (2 FOR EACH ARTICLE)
in class:  Grapes of Wrath

AFTER SPRING BREAK, WE WILL FINISH STEINBECK RESEARCH PAPER :)

Monday, April 14
due:  none
in class:  pass papers back/ do OMM review sheet

Tuesday, April 15
due:  Pearl handouts
in class:  critical analysis info and outline

Wednesday, April 16
due:  Pearl intro (read and bib card made)
in class:  how to do works consulted/work time

Thursday, April 17
due: none
in class:  library work day

Friday, April 18
due:  end of class--4 source cards and 20 note cards
in class:  work day

Monday, April 21
due: NONE
in class:  Poetry and ECA review

Tuesday, April 22
due:  typed outline and ECA packet pp.5-9/12-13 #1-4/outline for p.11
in class:   ECA review

Wednesday, April 23
due:  eca "Class Act..." packet
in class:  ECA review and Steinbeck paper questions

Thursday, April 24
due:  ECA "Boris Chang" packet 
in class: ECA review and work time for paper
Poetry (Dickinson and Giovanni attached below) For Giovanni:  read poem twice and write a response (free write/grammar free)
submit both Giovanni and Dickinson to Showbie at the end of class)

Friday, April 25
due: STEINBECK  ROUGH DRAFT PLEASE TURN IN A PRINTED OUT COPY! YOU DON'T HAVE TO USE TURN IT IN!
in class:   Poetry

Monday, April 28
due: Context for Animal Farm
in class: ECA PREP/  Animal Farm  ONLY READ THE STORY (not the introduction or extra at the end)






Steinbeck 2015

Thursday, March 12

due:  TKAM PROJECTS

in class:  Steinbeck biography video and journal

 

Friday, March 13

due:  none

in class:  Steinbeck biography video

 

Monday, March 16

due:  The Pearl  YOU WILL TAKE AR TEST OVER THE NOVELLA

in class:  discuss The Pearl

 

Tuesday, March 17

due:  READ THEMES FROM YOUR PACKET; DO HIGHLIGHTED PART OF YOUR PACKET

in class: PEARL DISCUSSION

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18 HOCO MUSIC FESTIVAL (NOTHING PLANNED) NO HOMEWORK DUE THURSDAY.

 

Thursday, March 19

due:  none

in class:  Pearl questions and begin OMM

 

Friday, March 20

due:  OMM ch.1-2 STUDY GUIDE 1-2 AND CLOSE READ:  highlight golden lines, * anything that is significant, ? anything that is puzzling or you want to ask about, BOX animal imagery, UNDERLINE figurative language

in class:  OMM 

 

Monday, March 23

due:  OMM CLOSE READ:  GOLDEN LINES HIGHLIGHTED (1 per chapter), QUESTIONS MARKED WITH ?, AND 1 BOX/CHAPTER FOR ANIMAL IMAGERY, AND 1 UNDERLINE /CHAPTER FOR FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE

IN CLASS:  OMM READING TEST (NOT AR)

 

Tuesday, March 24

due:  Steinbeck comparison chart for OMM and The PEARL & Define Meritocracy.  Be prepared to share the definition and how the word relates to TKAM and to John Steinbeck's writing.

in class:  OMM discussion

 

Wednesday, March 25

due: none

in class:  OMM and intro to "Tularecito"

 

Thursday, March 26

due:  "Tularecito" and questions 1,3,4 and fill in chart

in class:  "Tularecito" and begin "Chrysanthemums"

 

Friday, March 27

due:  "Chrysanthemums" mark repetitions, note strands and finish your chart for the stories

in class:  "Chrysanthemums"

 

Monday, March 30

due:  none

in class:  Acuity

 

Tuesday, March 31

due:  GOW HANDOUTS--ANNOTATED CLOSE READ

in class:  Grapes of Wrath

 

Wednesday, April 1

due: Chrysanthemums research assignment

in class:  Grapes of Wrath

 

Thursday, April 2

due: none

in class:  Grapes of Wrath

 

SPRING BREAK:  NO ASSIGNMENT! WE WILL WRITE STEINBECK PAPER WHEN YOU RETURN! YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE RESEARCH SUPPLIES WITH YOU AT SCHOOL ON MONDAY, APRIL 13TH.  (LIST IS ATTACHED BELOW)

 

MONDAY, APRIL 13

DUE:  RESEACH SUPPLIES

IN CLASS:  STEINBECK PAPER

 

Tuesday, April 14

due:  Read Pearl intro, make 5 notecards for it

in class:  mla 

 

Wednesday, April 15

due:  none

in class:  research

 

Thursday, April 16

due:  4 source cards and 20 notecards  END OF CLASS!!

in class:  outline info 

 

Friday, April 17

due:  none WOD QUIZ #2 (SENTENCE COMPLETION-NOT MATCHING)

in class:  work day

 

Monday, April 20

due:  typed outline

in class:  work day

 

Tuesday, April 21

due:  none

in class: work day

 

Wednesday, April 22

due:  first draft (printed out before class)

in class:  peer edit

 

Thursday, April 23

due:  ECA practice TBA

in class:  ECA practice

 

Friday, April 24

due:  ECA practice TBA

in class:  ECA practice

 

Monday, April 27

due:  Final paper submitted to TURNITIN and packet turned in to class

in class:  ECA and intro to Animal Farm

 

Tuesday, April 28-Friday, May 1:  ECA TESTING and read Lord of the Flies

Monday, May 4

due:  LOTF test AR TEST

in class:   Lord of the Flies

 

 


Purdue Owl

purdue owl website:

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/
  then click the MLA GUIDE LINK


EXTRA:  Purdue Owl:  MLA Works Cited Page: Basic Format; scroll down to listing author names; if you read that part, it tells you how to use Jr. in citing.  The more familiar you get with OWL/MLA, the easier it will be to find things.

 


random writing notes

PEARL PAPER RUBRIC--not doing 2013-14
Agenda Content goes here

POETRY
Agenda Content goes here

ECA--UPDATED FOR SPRING 2014
Tuesday, April 29
DUE:  animal farm intro questions
in class:  ECA testing
at home:  Reading Animal Farm/Work on Final Steinbeck paper

Wednesday, April 30
due:  none
in class: ECA testing
at home:  Reading Animal Farm/ Work on Final Steinbeck paper

Thursday, May 1
DUE: glossed draft and 11 writing tips memorized
in class:  ECA testing
at home:  Reading Animal Farm/ Work on Final Steinbeck paper/ OPTIONAL:  SEE OKLAHOMA! 7PM FOR BONUS

Friday, May 2
due:  none
in class: work on paper or poetry project or reading

MAKE SURE YOU LOOK AT "WRITING STANDARDS/MEGA MISTAKES" ATTACHED ON MY WEBPAGE UNDER"CLASS LIBRARY" ON RIGHT SIDE OF THE PAGE

OPTIONAL:  SEE OKLAHOMA! 7PM FOR BONUS FRIDAY OR SATURDAY

MONDAY, MAY 5
due: FINAL STEINBECK SUMMARY WITH WORKS CITED AND FOLDER
in class:  work on poem project TAKE STAR READER TEST FOR FINAL GRADE

Tuesday, May 6
due:  Animal Farm
in class:  Animal Farm reading test INCLUDING 7 ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS FROM THE CONTEXT HANDOUTand discussion

Wednesday, May 7
due:  Poem project presentation
in class: presentations and intro to LOTF

LORD OF THE FLIES
Tuesday, May 6
due:  Animal Farm test
in class:  Intro to Lord of the Flies (Review powerpoints (attached below) on your own not covered in class)

Wednesday, May 7
due:  Poem Presentations
in class:  after poems:  LOTF intro continued

Thursday, May 8
due:  Ch. 1 LOTF (be able to tell me how the boys got there uninjured, w/o any adults, and w/o civilizations machinery)
in class:  ch. 1 quiz and discussion

Friday, May 9
due:  END OF CLASS:  CH.3 AND ACTIVITY SHEET 14
in class:  reading

Monday, May 12
due:  chapter 5
in class:  ch. 5 quotes analyzed

Tuesday, May 13
due:  none
in class:  reading

Wednesday, May 14
due:  LOTF
in class:  Reading test (not AR)

Thursday, May 15
due:  none
in class:  lotf

FRIDAY, MAY 16
DUE:  NONE
IN CLASS:  ROTATION STATIONS
IF YOU WERE ABSENT:  PRINT THE ATTACHMENT LABELED "IN CLASS ROTATION STATIONS", WRITE OUT ANSWERS, TURN IN ON MONDAY.  WE WENT OVER LOTF TEST, ANIMAL FARM QUESTIONS, AND LOTF BONUS OPPORTUNITIES (ATTACHED BELOW)


JULIUS CAESAR
Wednesday, May 21
due: none
in class: Julius Caesar

Thursday, May 22
due: none
in class:  Julius Caesar

Friday, May 23
due: none
in class:  Julius Caesar

Monday, May 26 no school :-)

Tuesday, May 27
due: none
in class:  Julius Caesar

Wednesday, May 28
due:  none
in class:  Julius Caesar

Thursday, May 29
due: SPEECH COMPARISON HANDOUT
in class:  JC TEST REVIEW (attached below)

Friday, May 30th LOTF bonus due and JULIUS CAESAR TEST

Monday, June 2
6th--Scantron final (JC lit terms and WOD)  TURN IN ALL BOOKS
7th--Presentations

Tuesday, June 3
6th--presentations
7th--scantron final AND BINDERS DUE





SEMESTER TWO FINAL EXAM UPDATED 2014
I ATTACHED AN EXAM INFO SHEET BELOW (MAY 17, 2014) THAT SHOULD CLEARLY EXPLAIN THE EXAM AND THE PRESENTATION.

LOTF/JC/EXAMS 2015

Thursday, May 7

Due: none

in class:  FINISH LOTF group discussion/begin working on project

 

Friday, May 8

due: none

in class: group time

 

Monday, May 11

due: be prepared to share in class discussion of LOTF

in class:  discussion of LOTF

 

Tuesday, May 12

due:  none

in class: group work

 

Wednesday, May 13

due: LOTF project

in class:  PRESENT LOTF PROJECTS 

 

Thursday, May 14

due:  LIT BOOK pp. 869-883 and take notes (minium 1 page of key notes)

in class: JC and Rise of Roman Empire video

 

Friday, May 15 ELEARNING DAY:

*ANNOTATE Roman Republic HANDOUT; highlight key dates on second page (turn in Monday)

*Look up definitions of assigned literary terms

*Read Tragic Hero notes (attached)

*Read AND ANSWER QUESTIONS in Intro notes (attached)

 

Monday, May 18

due:  Elearning day stuff

in class:  Act 1

 

Tuesday, May 19

due:  Act I

in class:  Act II 

 

Wednesday, May 20

due:  Act II

in class:  Act I and II 

 

Thursday, May 21

due:  act III sc. 1 and tba

in class:  Act III

 

Friday, May 22

due: Act III speech assignment (attached below) SUBMIT TO SHOWBIE or turn in on paper

in class:  Act IV and V

 

Monday, May 25-no school

 Tuesday, May 26

due:  none

in class:  Finish JC

WEDNESDAY, MAY 27-Quote Presentation for JC:  INSTRUCTIONS:

BRING YOUR RUBRIC WHEN YOU PRESENT!

You have been assigned a memorable quote from JC (attached below "JC quote assignment list")

You must memorize the quote and present a dramatic reading of it

You will conclude with an explanation of how your quote connects to a theme or a bigger idea that the play is trying to present.

bonus:  dressed up in a toga/Roman attire

 

after presentations:  you will share your literary term examples and review for final

 

Thursday, May 28-WE DON'T MEET

 

Friday, May 29--EXAM=word of the day, Julius Caesar lit terms,  & close reading 

BRING YOUR LITERATURE BOOK AND 7TH PERIOD BRING YOUR IPAD