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2011-12 10th grade accel calendars

Page history last edited by llingofelt 8 years ago

September
*NOTE: (HO) = handout given

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 
5

6 First Day of School

In class work:

-Intro to class

Handouts:

-Interest Survey

-Syllabus

-Discussion Policy

Homework:

-Complete Interest Survey

(due Wed 9/7)

-Signed syllabus

(due Fri 9/9)

7

In class work:

-MCA Pre-

assessment

Handouts:

-Goodreads/ Turnitin account set-up

Homework:

-Read "A Rose for Emily" & "The Life You Save May be Your Own" (due Fri 9/9)

Work to turn in:

-Interest Survey

8

In class work:

-MCA Pre-

assessment

-"Perfect Day" writing: Describe your perfect day. (remember- your perfect school appropriate day)

Homework:

-Complete "Perfect Day" (if not finished in class) (due Fri 9/9)

-Bring an item that you will share with the class (due Fri 9/9)
9

In class work:

-Journal: Better

Which story, "Rose.." or "Life..." was more well written? Explain.

-A-Z Lit terms

Vocab:

-Lit Terms

Notes:

-Southern Gothic Power Point

-Close reading

-Objects

Handouts:

-Note taking sheet

Homework:

-Close reading of "Rose..." &/or "Life..." (due Mon 9/12)

Work to turn in:

-Syllabus

10

11

12

In class work:

-Journal: Element

"How did your story fit the So. Go. model, and which element was most evident? Give examples (not nec. direct quotes)."

Vocab:

-LIt Terms I

-Discussion & close look at stories:

  *iden the    elements of So.Go.

  *2 key moments

  *Why did the author write this story/what's the meaning of it

  *How does the title fit

(make up on goodreads if absent)

Homework:

-Vocab Test (due Fri 9/16)

-Read "House and Sartre..." essay (due Tues 9/13)

Work to turn in:

-Group discussion notes

13

In class work:

Handouts:

-"Rose" Critical Analysis practice

-Discuss Exist. & how it fits "Rose" & "Life" (make up on goodreads if absent) 

-Hand out Wise Blood

Homework:

-Finish "Rose" CA (due Wed 9/14)

-Read Ch 1&2 in Wise Blood (due Wed 9/14)

Work to turn in:

 


 

14

In class work:

-Journal: People

"Would you say that people, overall, impact your life in the positive or the negative? Explain."

-Wise Blood ch 1&2

-Go over PPT research project for tomorrow

Homework:

-Read Ch 3&4 in Wise Blood (due Fri 9/16)

Work to turn in:

-"Rose..." Critical Analysis

 

15

In class work:

-Library for PPT research project: Notes:

pick one aspect of the South in the time period of 1900-1960, and create a visual essay PPT of 6-9 slides, and no more than 250 words (no fewer than 150)

Homework:

-PPT research project (due Mon 9/19)

Work to turn in:


16

In class work:

-Go over "Rose..." CA

-Vocab test & WB CA

Handouts:

-Go over So. Go. final essay assignment

Homework:

-Final So. Go. essay (due Fri 10/14)

Work to turn in:

-Summer Reading assignment (turnitin & goodreads)

17
18

19

In class work:

-Journal: Wise Blood

"On pg. 55, Enoch says, "You act like you think you got wiser blood than anybody else," to Haze. What does he mean?"

Vocab:

-Lit Terms II

-Wise Blood ch 3&4

-PPT research proj. presentations

Homework:

-Read Ch 5&6 in Wise Blood (due Tues 9/20)

Work to turn in:

-PPT research project


20

In class work:

-PPT research proj. pres.

-Wise Blood ch. 5-6 discussion (make up on goodreads if absent) 

 Homework:

-Read Ch 7&8 in Wise Blood (due Wed 9/21)

Work to turn in:

-PPT research project: send to llingofelt@

gmail.com

21

In class work:

-PPT research proj. pres.

-Wise Blood 1st half discussion (make up on goodreads if absent)

 Homework:

-Read Ch 9&10 in Wise Blood (due Thur 9/22)

Work to turn in:

-Group discussion notes

22

In class work:

-Journal: Name

"What's in a name? Think about the names of the characters we've read about, and reflect on how their names fit them"

-PPT research proj. pres.

-Wise Blood ch. 9-10

Homework:

-Read Ch 11&12 in Wise Blood (due Tues 9/27)

Work to turn in:


23

In class work:

-Vocab & WB CA Test

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

-Journal Check

+Better

+Element

+People

+Wise Blood


24

25

 

26

In class work:

-PICTURE DAY

Vocab:

-Lit Terms III

-Journal: Compelling

"Which character in WB is most compelling to you? Why?"

-Finish PPT research proj. pres.

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


27

In class work:

-Journal: Dilemma

"In WB, both Haze and Enoch have existentialistic dilemmas. Who has the bigger/more difficult dilemma? Explain."

-Wise Blood ch. 11-12 discussion (make up on goodreads if absent)

Homework:

-Finish Wise Blood (due Wed 9/28)

Work to turn in:

-Group discussion notes

 

 

28

In class work:

-Journal: The End

"What did you think of the end? Were you satisfied? Explain."

-Wise Blood ch. 13-14 discussion (make up on goodreads if absent)   

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

 

29

In class work:

-Journal: Easy/Hard

"Thinking back on the So. Go. unit and the 1st 4 weeks of class in general, what have you found to be easy about class, and what have you found to be hard? Explain."

-Essay/Thesis work

Homework:

-"White Privilege..." article  (due Mon 10/3)

-Final So. Go. essay (due Fri 10/14)

Work to turn in:


30 Early Release Day

In class work:

-"A Rose for Emily" movie (per 4 only)

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

October
*NOTE: (HO) = handout given

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

2

3

In class work:

-Journal: So. Go.

"Looking at the stories 'Life' and 'Rose' and the novel WB, explain which of the 3 you think best fits the So. Go. model."

-Review for Final So. Go. test

-Discuss article

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


4

In class work:

-Final So. Go. Test & Vocab

-Hand out Invisible Man 

Homework:

-Read Intro in IM (due Wed 10/5)

Work to turn in:


5

In class work:

-Journal: Role

"As a member of society, and the human race in general, what do you think your role is?"

-Notes:

-Ellison background PPT

-Discuss Intro

Homework:

-Read Prologue in IM & "Existential" article (due Thur 10/6)

Work to turn in:

6

In class work:

-Journal: Exist 2

"Reflect on how the exist idea of living an authentic life applied to WB."

-Discuss exist article & Prologue

(make up on goodreads if absent)

Homework:

-Read Ch 1 in IM (due Fri 10/7)

Work to turn in:


7

In class work:

-Finish Prologue discussion

-Discuss ch. 1 

(make up on goodreads if absent)

Homework:

-Read Ch 2 in IM (due Mon 10/10)

Work to turn in:

-Extended time summer reading (turnitin only)

8
9

10

In class work:

-Journal: Invisible "Thinking about how our narrator thinks about the two things, which would you rather be, invisible or blind? Explain."

-Look at motifs in IM (blindness/ invisiblility): T-Chart notes

Homework:

-Read Ch 3-4 in IM (due Wed 10/12)

Work to turn in:

-Motif T-Chart notes

11

In class work:

-Discuss Ch 2

Homework:

-Read Ch 3-4 in IM (due Wed 10/12)

Work to turn in:


12 PLAN Testing

In class work:

-Journal: Dr.

"How does the Dr. in ch. 3 embody the ideas of existentialism, and what is his role in the book?"

-Go over ch 3-4 

Homework:

-Answer the following questions for tomorrow's discussion:

+What is insanity?

+Who determines history?

+What is reality?

+How/why are people oppressed?

+What's wrong with the Narrator? (due Thur 10/13)

-Read Ch 5 in IM (due Fri 10/14)   

Work to turn in:


13

In class work:

-Discuss Ch. 3-4 (make up on goodreads if absent)

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


 

14 End of 1st Grading Period

In class work:

-Journal: Day

"Pretend you could be invisible for a day (literally), and could do anything w/o repercussions. Create an agenda for your day. Must be school appropriate."

-Discuss Ch. 5 (make up on goodreads if absent)

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

-Final So. Go. Crit Analy. Essay (both turnitin & hard copy) 

-Journal check:

  +Name

  +Compelling

  +Dilemma

  +End

  +So. Go.

  +Role

  +Exist 2

  +Invisible

15
16

17

In class work:

-IM Theme/ Motif Critical Analysis   

Homework:

-Read Ch 6-9 in IM (due Mon 10/24)

Work to turn in:


18

In class work:

-Exist. Video

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


19 No School MEA Break


 

20 No School MEA Break

NCTE National Day of Writing

21 No School MEA Break

22
23

24

In class work:

-Journal: Say

"Imagine that you are the narrator after reading Dr. Bledsoe's letter. Write your own letter in response to his. Keep in character"

-Share letters out loud

-Informal discuss of IM  

Homework:

-Pick the characters that have influenced the narrator, either to keep him blind, or to help him see, and find quotes to support your ideas about them (due Tues 10/25)

-Read Ch 10 in IM (due Wed 10/26)

Work to turn in:


25

In class work:

-Finish reading letters

-Discuss IM Ch 6-9 (make up on goodreads if absent)    

Homework:

-Write about whether or not you feel that the narrator is better off now that he is starting to "see," or if he was better off back when he was "blind." (due Wed 10/26)

Work to turn in:


 

26

In class work:

-Journal: Change

"Looking at what you wrote about the narrator last night, change your stance and write about how the opposite is true (even if you don't believe it)."

-Debate the change in the narrator

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

27

In class work:

-Journal: Talk

"What's easy and what's hard about talking in front of others? How do you think the narrator would answer this question?"

-Go over So. Go. essays

-Ch. 10

Homework:

-Read Ch 11 in IM (due Mon 10/31)

Work to turn in:


 

28

In class work:

-Journal: Diff

"How is the narrator different now than he was earlier in the book, and how does he seem to be dealing with this change?"

-Finish Ch 10 discussion

(make up on goodreads if absent)

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


29
30

31

In class work:

-Journal: Narrative

"In Ch 11, the narrator is faced with losing who he is through the doctor's 'procedure.' Imagine that you will not be able to remember who you are or what you life has been like after today. Write a narrative about what you would want to remember about your life." (You will be presenting this to the class, and you will have to fill at least a min.)

-Ch. 11 questions

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

-4 questions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

November
*NOTE: (HO) = handout given

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 

 

 


In class work:

-Present 1-min "Narrative" speech

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


2

In class work:

-Finish 1-min speeches

-Ch 11 discussion

Handout:

-Ch 12-15 summaries

Homework:

-Read ch 12-15 summaries (due Thur 11/3)

Work to turn in:


3

In class work:

-Journal: Jack

"The narrator meets Brother Jack, a white man, that convinces him that he should join his cause. Write a diary entry ,as the narrator, to explain why you're going to listen to another white guy."

-Finish ch 11 activity

Homework:

-Read ch 16 (due Mon 11/7)

-Test on pro-ch 11 (due Mon 11/7)

Work to turn in:

4 

In class work:

-Journal: Interview

"Imagine that you were able to conduct an interview / the narrator. Write down your Qs and what you think his As would be."

-Discuss Ch 11

Homework:

-Read ch 16 & 17 (due Tues 11/8)

Work to turn in:

-Re-worked essays

5

6

7

In class work:

-Test Prologue - Ch 11

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

-Journal check:

+Dr.

+Letter

+Talk

+Diff.

+Jack

+Interview

8

In class work:

-Journal: Cause

"Think of a cause that you support. Write a 1 min+ speech to convince others to support your cause."

-Discuss ch. 16 & 17

(make up on goodreads if absent)

Homework:

-Read ch 18 & 19 (due Thur 11/10)

Work to turn in:


9

In class work:

-Present "Cause" speeches

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

10 Early Release Day

In class work:

-Discuss ch. 18 & 19

Homework:

-Read ch 20-21 (due Mon 11/14)

Work to turn in:


11 No School

 

 

12
13

14

In class work:

-Journal: Society

"We have looked at the tole that different people have played in the life of the Narrator, but what role has society & the community(ies) around him had in his life?"

Handout:

-Ch 17-21

questions 

Homework:

-Read ch 22-23 (due Wed 11/16)

Work to turn in:

15

In class work:

-Journal: Society II "Looking at yourself, instead of the Narrator, what role does society and the community(ies) around you have on your life?"

-Ch 17-21

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


16

In class work:

-Finish 17-21 discussion

-Discuss ch 22-23

(make up on goodreads if absent)

Homework:

-Read ch 24 (due Thur 11/17)

Work to turn in:


17

In class work:

-Journal: Mistaken

"The Narrator found himself being mistaken for Rinehart and kind of liked it (at times). Who would you like to be mistaken for, and what do you foresee as being the positives and negatives?"

-Discuss ch 24

Homework:

-Finish book (due Mon 11/21)

Work to turn in:


 

18

In class work:

-Journal: Bigger

"The issues of race and class are two that are brought up in IM. Which of the two issues do you think is a bigger issue today? How do you think this is similar and/or different to Ellison's time?" 

Handout:

-Final speech assignment

-Work on speeches

Homework:

-Final speech (due Mon 12/5)

Work to turn in:


19
20

21

In class work:

-Journal: Most Invis

"The Narrator says that a person is most invisible when he simply accepts the rule of the group. What are your thoughts on this? Agree? Disagree? "

-Speech sign-ups

-Discuss end of book

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


 

 

22

In class work:

-Journal: End

"What did you think of the end of IM? Were you satisfied with it?"

-Review book

-Work on speeches

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


23

In class work:

-Work on speeches

Homework:

-Practice speeches over break

Work to turn in:

-Journal check:

  +Society

  +Society II

  +Mistaken

  +Bigger

  +Most Invis

  +End

 

24 No School: Thanksgiving Break

 

25    No School: Thanksgiving Break

 

 

26
27

28 

In class work:

-Final IM in class essay

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

29

In class work:

-Record speech

Homework:

-Practice and finalize speech

Work to turn in:


 

30

In class work:

-Start poetry

Handout:

-Poetry PPT

Vocab:

-Poetry terms

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

December
*NOTE: (HO) = handout given

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 

 

 

 

 

 

1

In class work:

-Practice poem CA

Handout:

-Latehomecomer Reading Log

-Speech video feedback

-Pass out Latehomecomer books

 Homework:

-Read pt 1 in Latehomecomer (due Mon 12/5)

Work to turn in:

-Invisible Man books

2

In class work:

-Finish poem CA

Handout:

-Poetry Packet

-"Introduction to Poetry"

-"I Sing the Body Electric"

Homework:

-Reread "I Sing..." at least once (due Wed 12/7)

Work to turn in:


 

3

4

5

In class work:

-Speeches

Homework:

-Read pt 2 in Latehomecomer (due Mon 12/12)

Work to turn in:

-LHC Pt 1 Read Logs

6

In class work:

-Speeches   

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


7

In class work:

-Speeches   

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


 

8

In class work:

-Speeches    

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


9

In class work:

-Analyze "I Sing the Body Electric"  

Homework:

-Read from "Song of Myself" (due Mon 12/12)

Work to turn in:

 

 

 

 

 

10
11

12 

In class work:

-Journal: Kao

"What do you think of Kao's story so far? What do you think of Kao?"

Handout: 

-Latehomecomer discussion

(if absent, make up on goodreads or complete handout)

Homework:

-Read pt 3 in Latehomecomer (due Mon 12/19)

Work to turn in:

-Reading logs Pt 2


13

In class work:

-Journal: Whitman

"What did you notice between reading Whitman's 2 poems? Which did you like better Why? Why do you suppose Whitman is often times referred to as one of American's most accessible poets?"

Notes:

-Poem analysis notes

-Comp/cont, and simple analysis of "I Sing the Body Electric" and "Song of Myself"

 Homework:

-Read "Oh Captain!.." and "America" (due Wed 12/14)

-"I Sing the ___ Electric" poem (due Wed 12/14)

Work to turn in:

14 

In class work:

-Journal: Why

"Why do you think people write poetry? What is its purpose?"

Handout:

-Poet project

-"I Sing..." poems

-Finish Whitman & Dickinson

Homework:

-Poet Project (due Wed 12/21)

Work to turn in:

-"I Sing..." poem

 


15

In class work:

-Work on Poet project   

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

 

16

In class work:

Handout:

-Dickinson Analysis

-Frost

Homework:

-Read the remaining Frost poems, and the Angelou poem

Work to turn in:


17
18

19  

In class work:

-Journal: Role “What role does family play in shaping Kao’s identity? In what ways does she accept these roles, and in what ways doesn’t she? How is she similar or different from you in this?” 

Handout:

-Latehomecomer discussion 

(if absent, make up on goodreads or complete the handout)

Homework:

-Read pt 4 in Latehomecomer (due Thur 12/22)

Work to turn in:

20  

In class work:

-Frost

-Giovanni

-Own Poem

Homework:

-Finish Own Poem (due Wed 12/21)

Work to turn in:

 

21  

In class work:

Handout:

-Personal Project handout

-Poet Present

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

22

In class work:

Handout:

-Poet Present   

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

23 No School Winter Break

24
25

26 No School Winter Break

 

27 No School Winter Break

28 No School Winter Break

29 No School Winter Break

30 No School Winter Break

 

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January
*NOTE: (HO) = handout given

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
1

No School Winter Break

3 No School Winter Break

4

In class work:

Handout:

-Poet present

-Latehomercomer pt 4 discussion

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

-Read log pt 4

5

In class work:

-Journal: Memoir

"Imagine you were going to write a memoir. What would you focus on and why?"

Handout:

-Poet present

-Poem analysis

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


 

6

In class work:

-Journal: Identity

"We have talked about identity throughout The Latehomecomer and how it is shaped. Who do you think Kao would say helped shape her identity the most? Why?"

-Latehomecomer class discussion (make up on goodreads if absent)

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

7

8

9

In class work:

-Latehomecomer final test

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


10

In class work:

-Finish Latehomecomer test

-Finish poetry analysis

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


11

In class work:

-Poetry analysis

Handout:

-Final poetry analysis essay

-Final creative poetry assign

Homework:

-Final poetry analysis (due ON TURNITIN by Wed 1/25)

-Final creative poetry assign (due by Wed 1/25)

Work to turn in:


12

In class work:

-Poetry projects

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


13

In class work:

-Poetry projects   

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


14
15

16 No School Martin Luther King Jr. Day   

 

17

In class work:

Handout:

-Sample essays

-Macbeth background  

Homework:

-Get a copy of Macbeth (due Thur 1/18)

Work to turn in:


18 

In class work:

-Finish Macbeth background work

-Journal: Kill

"What would you be willing to kill for and why?"

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

19

In class work:

-Journal: Die

"What would you be willing to die for and why?"

 Notes:

-Macbeth character web

-Macbeth Act I    

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


 

 

20

In class work:

-Macbeth opening scene comparisons     

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


 
21
22

23    

In class work:

-Macbeth 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


24    

In class work:

-Macbeth 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


25    

In class work:

-Macbeth  

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

-Final Poetry analysis ON TURNITIN

-Final creative poetry assign

26    

In class work:

-Creative poetry pres   

Homework:

-Read Act III & IV (due Tues 1/31)

Work to turn in:


27 No School End of Semester 

28
29

30 

In class work:

Notes:

-Personal Project Essay 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

 

31  

In class work:

-Macbeth   

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

 

 

 

 
             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

February
*NOTE: (HO) = handout given

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 
 

 

1

In class work:

-Macbeth interpretations    

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


 

2

In class work:

-Macbeth interpretations   

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

3 Early Release Day: No 2nd Per.

In class work:

-Macbeth interp. pres.   

Homework:

-Finish Macbeth (due Mon 2/6)

Work to turn in:


4

5

6

In class work:

-Finish Macbeth interp. pres.

-Journal: Why

"What makes people do the things they do?

What makes people in Macbeth do what they do?"

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


 

7

In class work:

-Macbeth

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


8

In class work:

Journal: Most

"Which interp of Macbeth that we've seen have you thought was the best & why?"

-Discuss Macbeth Act III-V 

Handout:

-Go over final Macbeth assessments 

Homework:

-Final Macbeth creative piece (due Wed 2/22)

-Final Macbeth essay (due by Wed 2/29 to TURNITIN)

Work to turn in:


9

In class work:

-Macbeth (Stewart) 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

  

10

In class work:

-MCA Test Video

-Finish Macbeth (Stewart) 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


11
12

13     

In class work:

-MCA Practice Test

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


14

In class work:

-Macbeth (Folger)

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

    

15 

In class work:

-Journal: Old/Young

"What difference does it make if Macbeth is depicted as being old or young? How does this affect the reading/ interpretation  of the play?" 

-Macbeth project  

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


16

In class work:

-Macbeth project 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


 

 

17

In class work:

-Macbeth Project 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

18
19

20 No school President's Day     

 

21     

In class work:

-Macbeth Project 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

-Personal Project Essay Rough Draft

22     

In class work:

-Final Macbeth 

pres 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

-Final Macbeth creative piece

 

23     

In class work:

-Final Macbeth 

pres  

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


24

In class work:

Handout: 

 -Montana 1948 mini background poster

-Montana 1948 book 

Homework:

-Finish mini poster (due Mon 2/27)

-Read Prologue & One in Montana 1948 (due Tues 2/28) 

Work to turn in:


25
26

27 

In class work:

-Present Montana 1948 posters

Handout:

-Personal Proj Essay confs. 

 Homework

 

Work to turn in:

 

28 

In class work:

Handout: 

-Small group discuss "Pro" & "One" in Montana 1948

-Journal: Trust

"How much can we trust David as a narrator?"    

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

29 

In class work:

-Large group discuss Montana 1948 (make up on goodreads if absent)    

Homework:

-Read Two in Montana 1948 (due Fri 3/2)

Work to turn in: 

 

 

 

 
             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

March
*NOTE: (HO) = handout given

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 

 

   

 

 

 

1

In class work:

-Montana 1948 character monologues     

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


2

In class work:

-Montana 1948  

Homework:

-Read Three to break on pg. 123 Montana 1948 (due Mon 3/5)

Work to turn in:

-Final Macbeth essay on TURNITIN.COM

 

3

4

5

In class work:

-Journal: View

"How does the way David views the people around him affect our feelings towards them?"

Handout: 

-Montana 1948 Characters  

Homework:

-Finish reading Montana 1948 (due Wed 3/7)

Work to turn in:

 

6

In class work:

-Journal: Montana

"The setting is important in the book Montana 1948. Why? Why Montana? Why 1948? Why Bentrock?"

-Montana 1948 characters and settings  

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


7

In class work:

-Journal: End

What would the outcome of the story have been had Wes publicly arrested Frank? Would things have turned out better? Worse? Would you have done the same thing as Wes had it been your family?

Handout:

-Montana 1948 group discussion questions  

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

8

In class work:

-Montana 1948 review discussion

-HeLa books

Handout:

-HeLa "Character" bookmark

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

 

 

  

9

In class work:

-Final Montana 1948 Test 

Homework:

-Read Part One in HeLa (due Mon 3/19)

Work to turn in:

-Final Personal Project Essay

10
11

12 No School Spring Break 

 

13 No School Spring Break 


14  No School Spring Break 


15 No School Spring Break 


16 No School Spring Break 


17
18

19

In class work:

-Finish Final Montana 1948 Test

-HeLa

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

 

 

 

 

20

In class work:

Handout :

-HeLa Pt 1 discussion

-Journal: Cells Henrietta Lacks died in 1951, but her cancer cells are still alive today. Do you think they carry some essence of Henrietta? How do you think you would perceive cells from someone close to you that grow in culture in a laboratory? 

Homework:

-Read ch 12-14 in HeLa (due Wed 3/21)

Work to turn in:

-Journal check:

  +Trust

  +View

  +Montana

  +End  

21

In class work:

-Journal: Allowed

"What doctors could do legally back in Henrietta's time differs greatly from what they can do now. At this point, in 2012, what do you think doctors should be allowed to do in the name of science?

-Finish HeLa Pt 1 discussion

Handout:

-HeLa Mini Research Project

Homework:

-HeLa Mini Research Project (due Tues 3/27)

-Read ch 15-21 in HeLa (due Mon 3/26)

Work to turn in:

 

22

In class work:

-Great Debaters 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

  

23 

In class work:

-HeLa MRP work      

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

24
25

26  

In class work:

-HeLa MRP work      

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


27    

In class work:

Handout: 

-HeLa questions  

Homework:

-Finish pt 2 (due Wed 3/28)

Work to turn in:

-HeLa mini research projects

28 Personal Project Showcase

In class work:

-HeLa Mini Reserach proj pres     

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


29 

In class work:

-Journal: Most

"What has been the most interesting, troubling, fascinating, etc. thing in the HeLa book so far?"

-HeLa Pt 2 ch discussion  

Homework:

-Read through ch 28 (due Mon 4/2)

Work to turn in:


30 

In class work:

-HeLa Pt 2 Ch argument

Handout:

-Debate Assign & PPT

*See Ms. L for a packet

Vocab:

-Debate terms

Homework:

-Study debate terms for test (due Thur 4/5)

Work to turn in:

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April
*NOTE: (HO) = handout given

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday

1

 

2

In class work:

-Schedules

-Journal: Arg

"What makes a good argument? What do you usually do to win an argument?"

-Thesis

-Extemps

Homework:

-Finish HeLa book (due Mon 4/9)

Work to turn in:

3

In class work:

-Extemp practice debates

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


4

In class work:

Handout:

-Propositions

-Work on props/res & theses

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

-Propositions with resolution & theses

 

 

5

In class work:

-Debate

Research (Dell Lab)

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

6 No School


7

8

9

In class work:

-Speech/Debate vocab test

-HeLa 

discussion 

 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


10

In class work:

Notes:

-Formats for Opening/ Closing statements & Briefs

-Debate 

Research/Briefs (Library)

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


 

11

In class work:

-Debate 

Research/Briefs (Library)

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


12

In class work:

Notes:

-Debate Dos and Don'ts

-Debate Research/Briefs (Dell Cart)

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

13 

In class work:

-Final HeLa test 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 
14
15

16

In class work:

Handout:

-Poetry review

-Finish HeLa test

-Work on debates  

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

-Debate RDs

-Journal Check:

  +Cells

  +Allowed

  +Most

  +Arg


17  MCA Test (per 4, 1, 3)

In class work:

-The Great Debaters

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

18 MCA Test (per 4, 5, 6)

In class work:

-Debate briefs/practice (Dell Lab)    

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

19

In class work:

-Debate briefs/practice

(Dell Cart)

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


20

In class work:

-Debate Practice

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


 
21
22

23

In class work:

-Debates

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


24

In class work:

-Debates

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


25

In class work:

-Debates

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

26

In class work:

-Debates

Handout:

-ATSS Study Guide

-Get A Thousand Splendid Suns

Homework:

-Read ch 1-9 in ATSS & work on sg (due Mon 4/40)

Work to turn in:

 

27 Early Release Day (per 2, 3, 5, 4, 6)

In class work:

-Debates

 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

28
29

30

In class work:

-Finish debates

-Debate reflection

Vocab:

-IB Terms

Handout:

-ATSS Afghanistan background PPT project

Homework:

-Debate reflection (due Fri 5/4 on TURNITIN)

Work to turn in:


     

 

 

   
             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May
*NOTE: (HO) = handout given

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 
 

1

In class work:

-A Thousand Splendid Suns Afghanistan background research work (Dell cart) 

Homework:

-Finish ATSS Afghanistan background PPT (due Fri 5/4)

-Finish Part 1 in ATSS (due Thur 5/3) 

Work to turn in:

 

2

In class work:

-Journal: Character

"Think of 2 'characters' that you know of (made up people). Describe what they look like and describe their personality with as much detail as possible. Imagine that you are having to describe them to someone that doesn't know who they are."

Notes:

-A Thousand Splendid Suns archetype intro PPT

-A Thousand Splendid Suns

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


3

In class work:

-Journal: Arch

"Looking at the archetypes from yesterday, how do the characters in ATSS seem to fit?"

-A Thousand Splendid Suns Part 1 discussion (make up on goodreads if absent)

Homework:

-Read Part 2 in ATSS (due Mon 5/7)

Work to turn in:

 

4

In class work:

-A Thousand Splendid Suns Afghanistan background PPTs

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

-Debate reflection on TURNITIN

-ATSS PPT


5

6

7

In class work:

-Present PPTs

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


8

In class work:

-Finish PPts

Handout: 

-A Thousand Splendid Suns Pt 2 discussion

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

9

In class work:

-A Thousand Splendid Suns Part 2 discussion (make up on goodreads if absent)

Homework:

-Read through ch 34 (due Fri 5/11)

Work to turn in:

 

10

In class work:

Handout:

-A Thousand Splendid Suns Poem analysis

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

11

In class work:

-A Thousand Splendid Suns discuss poem analysis

Handout:

-Hero's journey

Homework:

-Finish Part 3 (due Mon 5/14)

Work to turn in:

12
13

14      

In class work:

-Journal: Part 3

"Thoughts on Part 3."

Handout:

-Final ATSS assginment

-A Thousand Splendid Suns Hero cycle

Homework:

-Finish ATSS (due Thurs 5/17)

Work to turn in:

 

 

15

In class work:

Handout:

-Book Club Requirements

-A Thousand Splendid Suns Part 3 & Hero's Cycle discussion (make up on goodreads if absent) 

Homework:

-Book Club proposals (due by Mon 5/21)

Work to turn in:


16 

In class work:

-Work on A Thousand Splendid Suns story

-Finish reading ATSS

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


17

In class work:

-Journal: Overall

"What did you think of the book ATSS overall? Were you satisfied with the way it ended? Why or why not?"

-A Thousand Splendid Suns Part 4 discussion (make up on goodreads if absent) 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


18

In class work:

-A Thousand Splendid Suns Final Test

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

-Journal Check:

  +Character

  +Arch

  +Part 3

  +Overall


19
20

21     

In class work:

Handout:

-Book Club Assignment

-Group Logs

-Book Clubs 

Homework:

-Book Club Work (due Wed 6/6)

Work to turn in:

-Book Club member names and book titles

22     

In class work:

-Book Clubs 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

23     

In class work:

-Book Clubs  

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


24     

In class work:

-Book Clubs

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


25   

In class work:

-Book Clubs

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

26
27

28 No School Memorial Day

 

 

29

In class work:

-Book Clubs   

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

30 

In class work:

-Book Clubs   

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

31

In class work:

-Book Clubs   

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

-Final ATSS writing assignment (on TURNITIN.COM) 

 

 

 
             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

June
*NOTE: (HO) = handout given

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 

 

 

 

 

   

1

In class work:

-Book Clubs   

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

 

2

3

4

In class work:

-Book Clubs   

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


5

In class work:

-Book Clubs   

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


6

In class work:

-Final Book Club Presentations     

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


7

In class work:

-Final Book Club Presentations  

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:


8 Last Day of School

In class work:

 

Homework:

 

Work to turn in:

 

 

 

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18 Summer School Begins

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