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March 9th - 13th
Monday
Final Exams Day 1
Tuesday
Final Exams Day 2
Wednesday
No School For Students
Thursday

Introduction to the Course: Honors English Nine

That's Amore & Volare

First Day Activity: Lunar Landing

Walking on the Moon & Dark Side of the Moon

Course Overview

Blended Learning: The mixing of different learning environments

Traditional Classroom: Face-to-Face
Online Classroom: Class Website, Moodle (see news forum), NoodleTools, Turnitin.com, Google docs, Diigo, (other Web 2.0 tools)
Course Handouts: Digital Documents & Hardcopies
(make sure you have your three-ring binder on Monday!)

Portrait Poetry: "I Am" Poems (click here)

HW: Portrait Poem. We will go over your questions about this assignment in class tomorrow. Feel free to "explore" some of the links off of the home page of the class website.

Cut and paste the template you want to use into the separate google doc in your Shared File Folder (do not put your poem in the template document) and print out a word hard copy: due by class time on Tuesday. Remember to include an image with your poem(15 pts.)

Friday

Portrait Poetry: "I Am" Poems (click here)

Unit One: Literary Nonfiction - Remembering the Shoah

A Wendell Berry Poem (link)

Gerda Weissmann Klein: One Survivor Remembers

Yad Vashem - "A Place and A Name": Link

HW: In preparation for Monday's class please view the 15 min. video entitled:

Everyday Life in the Warsaw Ghetto.

From theYad Vashem Website - View all Chapters LINK

(If you have trouble viewing each segment, try clicking on the playlist at the top
left hand corner of the video clip - that worked for me when viewing on a mobile device)

On your Index Card:
Side One: List THREE insights that you gained from viewing this video
Side Two: Raise ONE question for discusssion (level 1-2-3)

Try to complete your Portrait Poem over the weekend. since the assignment originally scheduled for over the weekend has been moved to Monday .

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March 16th -20th
Monday

Unit One: Literary Nonfiction - Remembering the Shoah

Elie Wiesel's Night

Prior Knowledge and Discussion:
Terminology
Yad Vashem - Everyday Life in the Warsaw Ghetto. LINK

Historical Context: Click Here

Mini-Research Using NoodleTools

HW: Portrait Poem (15 pts.)

Use the google doc in your Shared File Folder and print out a word hard copy: due by class time on Tuesday. Remember to include an image with your poem

Historical Context: Click Here Complete Article One by Tuesday. Be prepared to present your article to your classmates (based on your RAP).

Tuesday

R - E - M DAY - IMC
R - E - M DAY

Digital Empower RAP (click here)

Empower and Membean Rubric (click here)

INDEPENDENT READING: SIGN UP LIST

Observing a Character's Mindset (click here)

HW:Historical Context: Click Here Complete Article Two by Friday March 20th
We will be starting the reading of Night tomorrow in class; therefore, I strongly recommend that you begin and/or complete Article Two tonight.

BE SURE TO BRING YOUR PACKET - WITH THE ARTICLE ONE RAP TO CLASS TOMORROW. I WILL BE COLLECTING THIS IN ORDER TO ASSESS YOUR FIRST RAP.

Wednesday

"Gallery Walk" - I Am Poetry Exhibition

INDEPENDENT READING: SIGN UP LIST

Observing a Character's Mindset (click here)

Unit One: Literary Nonfiction - Remembering the Shoah

Nazi Propaganda: "The Eternal Jew" and "The Aryan Family"

(Hitler Youth - link) (1936 Olympic Games - link)

Introduction to the Holocaust (link)
Nazi Propaganda (link)
Kristallnacht (link)

HW: Historical Context: Click Here Complete Article Two by Friday March 20th

Empower: Two Articles (75% accuracy on activities // Digtal RAP by Monday)

Membean: 3 x 10 minutes minimum (Quiz on next Tuesday)

Thursday

Unit One: Literary Nonfiction - Remembering the Shoah

Elie Wiesel's Night

Reading Purpose: Interactive, Annotative, Meditative

The Preface (excerpt)
The Opening Pages: Moishe the Beadle (Listen/read pages 3 - 8)

Night Reading Day: List of characters

HW: For tomorrow, please read through page 28. Along the way, please stop and create three sticky note observations and/or questions about Wiesel's writing (content and style). See the following links:

Costa's Level of Thinking (level 1-2-3)

Strategies for Interactive Reading and Annotation (click here)

Historical Context: Click Here Complete Article Two by tomorrow

Empower: Two Articles (75% accuracy on activities // Digtal RAP by Monday)

Membean: 3 x 10 minutes minimum (Quiz on next Tuesday)

 

Friday

Unit One: Literary Nonfiction - Remembering the Shoah

Elie Wiesel's Night

Posting sticky note observations and/or questions.

Discussion of Night

Night Reading Day (Listen/read pages 29 - 34)

Reading Guide Handout

Complete Reading Guide Handout - 1st Assigned Thematic Section (textual evidence => "direct quote" (pg #). Faith: "I pray to God...the real questions" (5).

List of new characters

Write down examples of the following:

dehumanization: (dehumanize, verb) => to deprive someone of positive human qualities

and

desensitization: (desensitize, verb) => to make someone less likely to feel shock or distress at scenes of cruelty, violence, suffering by overexposure to such experience

 

HW: Please read through page 47.

Complete Reading Guide Handout - 1st Assigned Thematic Section (textual evidence => "direct quote" (pg #) Faith: "I pray to the God within me for the strength to ask Him the real questions" (5).

List Two new characters (Uuse sticky notes for character names & observations)

Empower: Two Articles (75% accuracy on activities // Digtal RAP by Monday)

Membean: 3 x 10 minutes minimum (Quiz on next Tuesday)

Digital Empower RAP (click here)

Empower and Membean Rubric (click here)

 

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March 23rd - 27th
Monday

Unit One: Literary Nonfiction - Remembering the Shoah

Elie Wiesel's Night

Discussion of Night: Developing Themes& One-to-One

AP Reading Practice

Night Reading Day

Write down examples of the following:

dehumanization: (dehumanize, verb) => to deprive someone of positive human qualities

and

desensitization: (desensitize, verb) => to make someone less likely to feel shock or distress at scenes of cruelty, violence, suffering by overexposure to such experience

HW: Please read through page 65.

Complete Reading Guide Handout - 2nd Assigned Thematic Section (textual evidence => "direct quote" (pg #) Loss of Innocence - "All those whose lives I shared..left behind their homes, their childhood" (17).

List Two new characters (If you do not have space in the initial section, use sticky notes for character names & observations)

Tuesday

R - E - M DAY - IMC
R - E - M DAY

Buna-Monowitz camp. Poland, (map) (photo)

Night Reading Day (Listen/read pages 66 - 68)

Entering a "Silent Sancturary"

Posting Thematic Quotes

Further Reading -

HW: Please read through page 84 by Wednesday
Complete Reading Guide Handout - 3rd Assigned Thematic Section (textual evidence => "direct quote" (pg #)
Death: "All that mattered was to be far from the block, far from the crucible of death, from the center of hell" (74).

Strategies for Interactive Reading and Annotation (click here)

Membean: 3 x 10 minutes minimum (Quiz on Tuesday after Spring Break)

Empower: Two Articles (75% accuracy on two Human Rights article activities)

Digital Empower RAP (click here)

Empower and Membean Rubric (click here)

Wednesday

Unit One: Literary Nonfiction - Remembering the Shoah

Elie Wiesel's Night

Posting Thematic Quotes & Small Group Discussion

Pre-AP Close Reading

Historical Context

Auschwitz (Animated Map) (article)
Buna-Monowitz camp. Poland, (map) (photo)

Gleiwitz:

In mid-January 1945, as Soviet forces approached the Auschwitz concentration camp complex, the SS began evacuating Auschwitz and its subcamps. SS units forced nearly 60,000 prisoners to march west from the Auschwitz camp system. Thousands had been killed in the camps in the days before these death marches began.Tens of thousands of prisoners, mostly Jews, were forced to march either northwest for 55 kilometers (approximately 30 miles) to Gliwice (Gleiwitz)...Upon arrival in Gliwice and Wodzislaw, the prisoners were put on unheated freight trains and transported to concentration camps in Germany, particularly to Flossenbürg, Sachsenhausen, Gross-Rosen, Buchenwald, Dachau, and also to Mauthausen in Austria. The rail journey lasted for days. Without food, water, shelter, or blankets, many prisoners did not survive the transport. Auschwitz (article)

Buchenwald (map)

Gerda Weissmann Klein: One Survivor Remembers

HW: For tomorrow please read through page 103.
Complete Reading Guide Handout - 3rd Assigned Thematic Section (textual evidence => "direct quote" (pg #)
Perseverance: "We were no longer marching, we were running. Like automatons" (85).

Strategies for Interactive Reading and Annotation (click here)

Thursday

Unit One: Literary Nonfiction - Remembering the Shoah

Elie Wiesel's Night

Posting Thematic Quotes & Small Group Discussion

The Final Pages (Listen/read)

Writing Prompt - Dehumanization and Desensitization

Thesis Statement (TATA)
Lead-ins to "quotes" (MLA Format)
Revised Supportive Evidence (Transitions and Hooks)
Concluding Sentence

HW: Complete a Draft of the Dehumanization and Desensitization Paragraph

Friday

Unit One: Literary Nonfiction - Remembering the Shoah

Elie Wiesel's Night

Journal Response: Written Reflection

Elie Wiesel Foundation: An Ethical Compass (Essay Winners)

A Socratic Seminar (Preparation): Reading, annotating and summarizing your selected essay (R.A.P.). 20 word summary for first half of the essay. 20 word for the entire essay NoodleTools

Article Background Information & Seminar Initial Questions:( link )

Non-Fiction Portfolio Article (2) Ethical Essay Winner
* Note there are two 20-word summaries for this RAP

Works Cited Format for a Book (see link for source details)

Author of Essay. Title of the Essay. Title of the Book. Publisher Information (city:company year). page numbers. Type of Source.

HW: Seminar Groups Postponed

Independent Reading Book Growth Mindset creative project due by April 13th.

Membean: 3 x 10 minutes minimum (Quiz on Tuesday after Spring Break)

Empower: Two Articles (75% accuracy on two Human Rights article activities)

Digital Empower RAP (click here)

Empower and Membean Rubric (click here)

 

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March 30th - April 3rd
Monday
Spring Break
Tuesday
Spring Break
Wednesday
Spring Break
Thursday
Spring Break
Friday
Spring Break

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April 6th - 10th
Monday

Unit One: Literary Nonfiction - Remembering the Shoah

Elie Wiesel's Night -

Wiesel Returns to Auschwitz

De-Humanization / De-Sensitization Paragraphs

Pre-AP Close Reading

Elie Wiesel Foundation: An Ethical Compass (Essay Winners) - Sample Essay

 

“Research is formalized curiosity. It is poking and prying with a purpose. ”
-Zora Neale Hurston

“Research is creating new knowledge.”
-Neil Armstrong

Empower: Two Articles (75% accuracy on two Human Rights article activities)

Membean: 3 x 10 minutes minimum (Quiz tomorrow)

Digital Empower RAP (click here)

Empower and Membean Rubric (click here)

Independent Reading Book Growth Mindset annotations and creative project due April 13th.

GO BIG RED!

Tuesday

R - E - M DAY -(2)
R - E - M DAY

 

IMC - Introduction to Research

Introduction to The Big Six - Research Process ( link)

Resources - Search Methods- Tools

Exploring Possible Topics

Research Question & Key Word Searches: Deep Web & Noodle Tools

Homestead's IMC - Online Reference Shelf - - Online Databases

Advice from Your Peers (LINK)

Research Project: Noodle Tools

Create a New Project = (4th-Research Project 2015)

Research Topic Selection Worksheet Template -
Found in your Shared File Folder

Due by 8:00 pm on Thursday April 9th


April 10th
- Final Topic Approval

Research Components and Timeline: First Deadlines

Document and Speech link

Concerns and Questions

Wednesday

Introduction to The Big Six - Research Process ( link)

Homestead's IMC - Online Reference Shelf - - Online Databases

Advice from Your Peers (LINK)

Everything's an Argument

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

William Shakespeare

Why Shakespeare?

Shakespeare's Biography-

Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4
Biography

HW: Research Topic Selection Worksheet Template -
Found in your Shared File Folder.
Due by 8:00 pm on Thursday April 9th

Empower: Two Articles (75% accuracy on two Human Rights article activities)

Membean: 3 x 10 minutes minimum (Quiz on next Tuesday)

Digital Empower RAP (click here)

Empower and Membean Rubric (click here)

 

Thursday

 

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Everything's an Argument

Your Brain on Shakespeare

The Ethics of the Play

 

Introduction to The Big Six - Research Process ( link)

Homestead's IMC - Online Reference Shelf - - Online Databases

Advice from Your Peers (LINK)

HW: Research Topic Selection Worksheet Template -
Found in your Shared File Folder.
Due by 8:00 pm tonight

Independent Reading Book Growth Mindset annotations and creative project due April 15th.

Friday

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Everything's an Argument

(Interactive Folio Version )

* Anti-War Play - Daniel Fishlin
* Family and History - Ann Wilson
* First Love - Sky Gilbert

Shakespeare's Sonnets

Act I, Prologue

Act I, Scene 1: Verona, A Public Place


Romeo and Juliet Online Version
(Interactive Folio Version)
Online Version with verse numbers: click here

Take a journey to The Virtual Globe Theater this weekend!

Approved Research Topics will be determined on Tuesday of next week: Individual Research and Collaborative Research Teams will also be announced on Tuesday.

Empower: Two Articles (75% accuracy on two Human Rights article activities)

Membean: 3 x 10 minutes minimum (Quiz on next Tuesday)

Digital Empower RAP (click here)

Empower and Membean Rubric (click here)

Independent Reading Book Growth Mindset creative project due by April 15th.

By Class Time on Wednesday you should have your Mindset Annotations Completed in your Google Doc. As previously indicated in class:

* Annotations: a series of examples that illustrate the main character's
(and/or one other character's) Fixed or Growth Mindset
* Include textual support to back up your claims direct quotes and paraphrases
(with page #).

*For Wednesday's class bring in an object that symbolizes your character and be prepared to discuss why this object reveals something about your character's mindset.

 

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April 13th - 17th
Monday

 

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Act I, Scene 1: Verona, A Public Place

Rebellious subjects, enemies to peace,
Profaners of this neighbour-stained steel,--
Will they not hear? What, ho! you men, you beasts,
That quench the fire of your pernicious rage
With purple fountains issuing from your veins,
On pain of torture, from those bloody hands
Throw your mistemper'd weapons to the ground,
And hear the sentence of your moved prince.

 

A Paradoxical Play - Micah Semon (Guest Presenter)

Romeo and Juliet Online Version
(Interactive Folio Version)
Online Version with verse numbers: click here

 

Empower: Two Articles (75% accuracy on two Human Rights article activities)

Membean: 3 x 10 minutes minimum (Quiz on next Tuesday)

Digital Empower RAP (click here)

Empower and Membean Rubric (click here)

Independent Reading Book Growth Mindset creative project due by April 15th.

By Class Time on Wednesday you should have your Mindset Annotations Completed in your Google Doc. As previously indicated in class:

* Annotations: a series of examples that illustrate the main character's
(and/or one other character's) Fixed or Growth Mindset
* Include textual support to back up your claims direct quotes and paraphrases
(with page #).

*For Wednesday's class bring in an object that symbolizes your character and be prepared to discuss why this object reveals something about your character's mindset.

Tuesday

R - E - M DAY -(3)
R - E - M DAY

Research is not an activity. It is a mindset.

"I do not consider research to just be an activity or a process.
I see it as 'a way of life'. From the day we are born, we are inquisitive about everything ..."
- Tanvi Gupta

Click Here: Welcome Researchers!

Thanks for remembering your membean quiz!

 

Independent Reading Book Growth Mindset creative project due tomorrow.

By Class Time tomorrow you should have your Mindset Annotations Completed in your Google Doc. As previously indicated in class:

* Annotations: a series of examples that illustrate the main character's
(and/or one other character's) Fixed or Growth Mindset
* Include textual support to back up your claims direct quotes and paraphrases
(with page #).

*For Wednesday's class bring in an object that symbolizes your character and be prepared to discuss why this object reveals something about your character's mindset.

Be Creative!!!!

Research Components and Timeline

Minimum of 8 Entries (collaborative - per researcher) / 10 entries (individual) are due by Tuesday, April 21st

Wednesday

Independent Reading Book Growth Mindset creative project

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Act I, Scene 1: Verona, A Public Place (cont.)

Describe Romeo's state of mind and his behaviour of late. What advice does Benvolio offer to him? Write down questions you have about the reading and identify what you think may be the most important lines spoken by Romeo in his exchange with Benvolio.

Act I, Scene 2: A street

Describe in your own words the advice Capulet gives to Paris regarding his desire to marry Juliet? Write down questions you have about the reading.

Romeo and Juliet Online Version
(Interactive Folio Version)
Online Version with verse numbers: click here

Research Questions??????

Empower: Two Articles (75% accuracy on two Human Rights article activities)

Membean: 3 x 10 minutes minimum (Quiz on next Tuesday)

Digital Empower RAP (click here)

Empower and Membean Rubric (click here)

Research Components and Timeline

Minimum of 8 Entries (collaborative - per researcher) / 10 entries (individual) are due by Tuesday, April 21st

Thursday

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Act I, Scene 1: Verona, A Public Place (cont.)

Describe Romeo's state of mind and his behaviour of late. What advice does Benvolio offer to him? Write down questions you have about the reading and identify what you think may be the most important lines spoken by Romeo in his exchange with Benvolio.

 


Romeo and Juliet Online Version
(Interactive Folio Version)
Online Version with verse numbers: click here

Research Components and Timeline

Minimum of 8 Entries (collaborative - per researcher) / 10 entries (individual) are due by Tuesday, April 21st

Friday

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Act I, Scene 2: A street

Describe in your own words the advice Capulet gives to Paris regarding his desire to marry Juliet? Write down questions you have about the reading.

Act I, Scene 3: A room in Capulet's house

Describe your observations regarding the relationship between Juliet and her mom. How would you compare that with her relationship with the Nurse?


Romeo and Juliet Online Version
(Interactive Folio Version)
Online Version with verse numbers: click here

Research Questions??????

Empower: Two Articles (75% accuracy on two Human Rights article activities)

Membean: 3 x 10 minutes minimum (Quiz on next Tuesday)

Digital Empower RAP (click here)

Empower and Membean Rubric (click here)

Research Components and Timeline

Minimum of 8 Entries (collaborative - per researcher) / 10 entries (individual) are due by Tuesday, April 21st

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April 20th - 24th
Monday

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet -

Act I, Scenes 4: A Street

Act I Scene 5 A hall in Capulet's house

 


Romeo and Juliet Online Version
(Interactive Folio Version)
Online Version with verse numbers: click here

 

Empower: Two Articles (75% accuracy on two Human Rights article activities)

Membean: 3 x 10 minutes minimum (Quiz on next Tuesday)

Digital Empower RAP (click here)

Empower and Membean Rubric (click here)

Research Components and Timeline

4/14 - 21        Annotated Bibliography in NT (by 4/21 = 3 pts per citation)

(Min. of 8 listings (collaborative - per researcher) / 10 listings for individual)

Your Annotated Bibliography must include sources from at least two of the following IMC Deep Web databases: SIRS Researcher , CQ Researcher, Issues & Controversies – Facts on File.  Student Research Center. Additional Free Web Sources (Evaluated for Quality) may be included in your annotated bibliography, paper and presentation.

Initial Thesis with Three Main Arguments in NT Dashboard (by 4/24= 10 pts)


Read, read, read,,,begin taking NT notes,.... read, read, takes notes

 

Tuesday

R - E - M DAY - (4)
R - E - M DAY

Empower: Two Articles (75% accuracy on two Human Rights article activities)

Membean: 3 x 10 minutes minimum (Quiz on next Tuesday)

Digital Empower RAP (click here)

Empower and Membean Rubric (click here)

Research Components and Timeline

4/24  - 5/4      Simple NT Outline and Notecards Due Dates

Simple NT Outline:

Thesis Statement: Three Arguments   (One Concession )


Notecards: Continue to gather information linked to Annotated Bibliography sources and create NT Notecard piles for your separate arguments (you must draw from at least two different bibliographic sources for your note card information per argument). Your final/strongest argument should include the most support.  Simple Outline due in NoodleTools 4/24


You should also create a Notecard with evidence of your concession.  

First Arg: Min. of Five Notecards                *(by 4/24    = 5 pts)

Second Arg: Min. of Five Notecards           * (by 4/29    = 5 pts)

& Two Concession Notecards

Third Argument: Min. of Five Notecards      *(by  5/4   =  5 pts)

All notecards must be linked to an Annotated Bibliography Source

You are responsible for creating the Min. # of note cards for the Argument that you are researching. Your Thesis should take a position and contain three main claims/arguments.


 

 

Wednesday

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet -

Choose ONE of the following prompts and respond in writing:

  • What are your impressions of Romeo and Juliet so far?  Do you find them believable or unrealistic, typical or unique, foolish or wise, genuine or gulliable?  How do they compare to you and or people you know?

  • Explain how Romeo changes within Act I. What troubles him at the beginning of this act? What changes for him at the end of the act? Would you accept or reject his words of love?

Act I Quiz

Act II, Prologue

Act II, Scene 1: A lane by the wall of Capulet's orchard

Act II, Scene 2: Capulet's Orchard

 
Thursday

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Act II, Scene 2: Capulet's Orchard
Act II, Scene 3: Friar Laurence's cell.

Research Components and Timeline

Simple NT Outline:

Thesis Statement: Three Arguments   (One Concession )


Notecards: Continue to gather information linked to Annotated Bibliography sources and create NT Notecard piles for your separate arguments (you must draw from at least two different bibliographic sources for your note card information per argument). Your final/strongest argument should include the most support.  Simple Outline due in NoodleTools 4/24


You should also create a Notecard with evidence of your concession.  

First Arg: Min. of Five Notecards                *(by 4/24    = 5 pts)

 

Friday

Early Release

 

Research Components and Timeline

4/24  - 5/4      Simple NT Outline and Notecards Due Dates

Simple NT Outline:

Thesis Statement: Three Arguments   (One Concession )


Notecards: Continue to gather information linked to Annotated Bibliography sources and create NT Notecard piles for your separate arguments (you must draw from at least two different bibliographic sources for your note card information per argument). Your final/strongest argument should include the most support.  Simple Outline due in NoodleTools 4/24


You should also create a Notecard with evidence of your concession.  

First Arg: Min. of Five Notecards                *(by 4/26    = 5 pts)

Second Arg: Min. of Five Notecards           * (by 4/29    = 5 pts)

& Two Concession Notecards

Third Argument: Min. of Five Notecards      *(by  5/4   =  5 pts)

All notecards must be linked to an Annotated Bibliography Source

You are responsible for creating the Min. # of note cards for the Argument that you are researching. Your Thesis should take a position and contain three main claims/arguments.

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Act II, Scene 3: Friar Laurence's cell.
Act II, Scene 4: A street.

 

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April 27th - May 1st
Monday

ASPIRE TESTING (7:30 - 10:00) - Hours 1 - 3

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Pre-AP Prep

Act II, Scene 3: Friar Laurence's cell.
Act II, Scene 4: A street.

Romeo and Juliet Online Version
(Interactive Folio Version)
Online Version with verse numbers: click here

Research

Research Topics - Approved

You should also create a Notecard with evidence of your concession.  

First Arg: Min. of Five Notecards                *(by 4/26    = 5 pts)

Second Arg: Min. of Five Notecards           * (by 4/29    = 5 pts)

& Two Concession Notecards

Third Argument: Min. of Five Notecards      *(by  5/4   =  5 pts)

All notecards must be linked to an Annotated Bibliography Source

You are responsible for creating the Min. # of note cards for the Argument that you are researching. Your Thesis should take a position and contain three main claims/arguments.

Tuesday

ASPIRE TESTING (7:30 - 10:00) - Hours 5 - 3

R - E - M DAY - MEMBEAN QUIZ ON YOUR OWN (5)
R - E - M DAY

NO Class Today - NO EMPOWER ARTICLES & ACTIVITIES THIS WEEK

HW: Research

Second Arg: Min. of Five Notecards           * (by 4/29    = 5 pts)

& Two Concession Notecards

 

Wednesday

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Act II, Scene 5: Capulet's orchard. (CLICK HERE)
Act II, Scene 6: Friar Laurence's cell.

Act II Quiz

Act III, Scene 1: A Public Place
Act III, Scene 2: Capulet's orchard.

Research

Second Arg: Min. of Five Notecards           * (by 4/29    = 5 pts)

& Two Concession Notecards

Third Argument: Min. of Five Notecards      *(by  5/4   =  5 pts)

All notecards must be linked to an Annotated Bibliography Source

You are responsible for creating the Min. # of note cards for the Argument that you are researching. Your Thesis should take a position and contain three main claims/arguments. Your note cards should be organized into piles: Argument #1, Argument # 2, Argument# 3and Concession Argument

 

Thursday

Go Over Quiz on Act II - Shakespeare Rehearsal Performance Quality!!

Pre-AP Prep -Close Reading: Passages 5 and 7 (Small Group Work or Individual Work)

time-permitting, go back to number 3.

Turn in your Reading Passages and your completed scantrons.

Act III, Scene 1: A Public Place
Act III, Scene 2: Capulet's orchard.
Act III, Scene 3: Friar Laurence's cell

Time permitting:

Collect Reading Passages and Scantrons

Handout on Close Reading and Cross-Referencing

HW: READ OVER THE HANDOUT IN PREPARATION FOR CLASS ON MONDAY

BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR NOODLETOOLS RESEARCH PROJECT OVER THE WEEKEND.

READ, READ, READ YOUR SOURCES CAREFULLY

PURSUE OTHER SOURCES IF NEEDED

TAKE NOTES FOR ALL THREE OF YOUR ARGUMENTS AND ALSO EXAMINE THE OTHER SIDE OF YOUR ARGUMENT.

DON'T LET THE WEEKEND GO BY WITHOUT SOME RESEARCH TIME.

IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, EMAIL ME.

Friday

No School for Students

 

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May 4th - 8th
Monday

Research: From Process to Product

5/8 First Drafts of Body Paragraphs                (by 5/8 = 5 pts each )
         Five - six sentences minimum length

Sample Paragraph Writing: Lead-ins and In-Text Citations; Intro & Conclusion Samples (Click Here)

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Revisited:

Act III, Scene 1: A Public Place
Act III, Scene 2: Capulet's orchard.
Act III, Scene 3: Friar Laurence's cell

HW: Membean Quiz on this Thursday. Next Two Empower Articles and Activities are due on Tuesday May 12th

 

5/8 First Drafts of Body Paragraphs                (by 5/8 = 5 pts each )
         Five - six sentences minimum length

Tuesday

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Act III - Small Group Close Reading//Cross Referencing Activity

Exchange Ideas, Assign Specific Tasks, Compose Written Responses. Each group will have five minutes to teach the class. REMEMBER , THE LINKS TO THE ONLINE VERSIONS HAVE GREAT NOTES TO ASSIST YOU WITH YOUR UNDERSTANDING.


Act III, Scene 4: A room in Capulet's house
Act III, Scene 5: Capulet's orchard

Romeo and Juliet Online Version
(Interactive Folio Version)
Online Version with verse numbers: click here

Two-Paragraph Essay Themes

TWO-PARAGRAPH ESSAY ON ROMEO AND JULIET - Close Reading & Cross-Referencing (Start gathering supportive evidence in preparation for next Tuesday's in class writing activity)

First Drafts of Body Paragraphs                (by 5/8 = 5 pts each )
         Five - six sentences minimum in length

Sample Paragraph Writing: Lead-ins and In-Text Citations; Intro & Conclusion Samples (Click Here)

 

Wednesday

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Act IV, Scene 1: Friar Laurence's cell
Act IV, Scene 2: Hall in Capulet's house


Romeo and Juliet Online Version
(Interactive Folio Version)
Online Version with verse numbers: click here

Two-Paragraph Essay Themes

TWO-PARAGRAPH ESSAY ON ROMEO AND JULIET - Close Reading & Cross-Referencing (Start gathering supportive evidence in preparation for next Tuesday's in class writing activity)

 

First Drafts of Body Paragraphs                (by 5/8 = 5 pts each )
         Five - six sentences minimum in length

Sample Paragraph Writing: Lead-ins and In-Text Citations; Intro & Conclusion Samples (Click Here)

 

Thursday

R - E - M DAY - (6)
R - E - M DAY

Thursday Lesson Plan: CLICK HERE

Sample Paragraph Writing: Lead-ins and In-Text Citations; Intro & Conclusion Samples (Click Here)

TWO-PARAGRAPH ESSAY ON ROMEO AND JULIET - Close Reading & Cross-Referencing (Start gathering supportive evidence in preparation for next Tuesday's in class writing activity)

First Drafts of Body Paragraphs                (by 5/8 = 5 pts each )
         Five - six sentences minimum in length

Friday

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Act IV, Scene 2: Hall in Capulet's house
Act IV, Scene 3: Juliet's chamber.
Act IV, Scene 4: Hall in Capulet's house
Act IV, Scene 5: Juliet's chamber
Act V, Scene 1: Mantua. A Street.
Act V, Scene 2: Friar Laurence's cell

Romeo and Juliet Online Version
(Interactive Folio Version)
Online Version with verse numbers: click here

 

Introductory & Concluding Paragraphs   (by 5/13 = 5 pts each )
         Five - six sentences in length - including thesis/restated thesis

Sample Paragraph Writing: Lead-ins and In-Text Citations; Intro & Conclusion Samples (Click Here)

Writing a Research Paper - Sample One & Sample Two

 

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May 11th - 15th
Monday

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Act V, Scene 1: Mantua. A Street.
Act V, Scene 2: Friar Laurence's cell
Act V, Scene 3: A churchyard; in a tomb belonging to the Capulets

Romeo and Juliet Online Version
(Interactive Folio Version)
Online Version with verse numbers: click here

 

HW: PREPARE A SEMANTIC MAP WITH SUPPORTIVE PASSAGES FROM THE PLAY IN ORDER TO WRITE A TWO-PARAGRAPH ESSAY ON ROMEO AND JULIET - IN CLASS TOMORROW.

Tuesday

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Act V, Scene 3: A churchyard; in a tomb belonging to the Capulets

TWO-PARAGRAPH ESSAY ON ROMEO AND JULIET -

Introductory & Concluding Paragraphs   (by 5/13 = 5 pts each )
         Five - six sentences in length - including thesis/restated thesis

Sample Paragraph Writing: Lead-ins and In-Text Citations; Intro & Conclusion Samples (Click Here)

Wednesday

Romeo and Juliet - 21st Century Setting

Shakespeare's Genius

Classical Literature Unit: Homer's The Odyssey (Robert Fagles Translation - Intro)

Classical Literature Unit: Greek Mythology and Cultural Values

Background Knowledge: Trojan War, The Iliad and The Odyssey

 

HW: Empower Articles and Membean Study

 

Thursday

Classical Literature Unit: Homer's The Odyssey (Robert Fagles Translation - Intro)

The Judgment of Paris - Athena (Pallas Athena), Aphrodite, Hera, & Eris

Helen of Troy (click here)

 

HW: Empower Articles and Membean Study

Friday

R - E - M DAY - (7)
R - E - M DAY

NEXT DUE DATE FOR ARTICLE AND VOCABULARY QUIZ = TUESDAY MAY 26TH

 

Look for Feedback in your Google Doc. ISWAC LAB

The Final Drafts of Research Papersare Due next Thursday May 21st

 

Classical Literature Unit: Homer's The Odyssey (Robert Fagles Translation - Intro)

Greek Cultural Values

Trojan War. : Causes and Events

 

Look for Feedback in your Google Doc. ISWAC LAB

The Final Drafts of Research Papersare Due next Thursday May 21st

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May 18th - 22nd
Monday

Classical Literature Unit: Homer's The Odyssey (Robert Fagles Translation - Intro)

The Iliad: In media res
(click here) - scroll down to page 77)
(click here ) - scroll down to page 77)

auido

"Homer, we are just about ready to set out on our journey, but first...

The Odyssey: The Journey of Odysseus to Ithaca

The Search and the Longing for Home

The Returning War Veteran

Will You Ask the Deeper Questions?

Helen and Penelope

Troy and Ithaca

Would you leave your home?
Would you make the journey?
Where is your Ithaca?
Can you describe your Ithaca?

Overarching Questions

  • For what purposes is deception used in The Odyssey? Are these deceptive words and/or actions mainly benevolent or malevolent?
  • Which sex – male or female – is most associated with cunning and trickery? Which characters exemplify this? Which characters buck this trend?
  • How do sons view their fathers in The Odyssey? What characteristics do they wish to emulate?
  • What role does fate play in The Odyssey?
  • Identify Greek Values embedded in the text

Ithaca: Telemachus, Penelope & Laertes - Athena/Mentes

 

HW: The Final Drafts of Research Papers are Due Friday

Tuesday

R - E - M DAY - (8)
R - E - M DAY

Research Paper: Analysis of Structure

Research Components: Content and Formatting (click here)

Writing a Research Paper - Sample One & Sample Two

NoodleTools:

Dashboard - Thesis Statement

Note Cards Table Top - Labeled Piles

Bibliography - Active Links, Proper Format (Annotations)

Print - Options (no URLS)

Paper - Title Page, Outline, Essay, Works Cited (no urls), Annotated Bib (no urls) -

Submit one final draft (per group) to Turnitin.com

Book One- Athena Inspires the Prince (Guiding Questions - click here)
Online Audio Version (click here) (-Online Text Version: The Odyssey)

HW: The Final Drafts of Research Papers are Due Friday

 

Wednesday

 

 

Classical Literature Unit: Homer's The Odyssey

Book One- Athena Inspires the Prince (Guiding Questions - click here)
Online Audio Version (click here) (-Online Text Version: The Odyssey)

BOOK TWO: Telemachus Sets Sails PREPARATION LINK
Online Audio Version Book Two and (-Online Text Version: The Odyssey)

BOOK THREE: King Nestor Remembers PREPARATION LINK
Online Audio Version Book Three and (-Online Text Version: The Odyssey)


BOOK FOUR: The King and Queen of Sparta PREPARATION LINK
Online Audio Version Book Four and and (-Online Text Version: The Odyssey)

Section Two of Book Four Audio begins at the 21:00 minute mark
Section Three of Book Four Audio begins at the 40:00 minute mark

HW: COMPLETE THE NOTES FOR THE SPECIFIC GUIDING QUESTIONS YOU WERE GIVEN IN CLASS. ( click here)

Book Two - Book Four: Individual Preparation for Group Work Collaboration Tomorrow

 

The Final Drafts of Research Papers are Due Friday May 22nd

 

Thursday

 

Classical Literature Unit: Homer's The Odyssey

Book Two - Book Four: Presentations and Discussion

the Reading of Book Four (Section Three)
BOOK FOUR: The King and Queen of Sparta PREPARATION LINK
Online Audio Version Book Four and and (-Online Text Version: The Odyssey)

 

Freshman Odyssey: Individual Project

Research is not an activity. It is a mindset.

"I do not consider research to just be an activity or a process.
I see it as 'a way of life'. From the day we are born, we are inquisitive about everything ..."
- Tanvi Gupta

HW: Final Draft of Research Papers Due Tomorrow

The Big Six - Self-evaluation of Research Process and Research Product (Your Paper)

Complete your evaluation in the Google Doc found in your Shared File Folder

YOUR REFLECTION SHOULD BE IN A TWO-PARAGRAPH FORMAT.

DUE WED. MAY MAY 27TH


 

Friday

Early Release Day

Final Draft of Research Papers Due Today

Classical Literature Unit: Homer's The Odyssey

Book Two - Book Four: Presentations and Discussion

the Reading of Book Four (Section Three)
BOOK FOUR: The King and Queen of Sparta PREPARATION LINK
Online Audio Version Book Four and (-Online Text Version: The Odyssey)

HW: Submit your SELF-ASSESSMENT of your Research Process and Research Product submit your Google document to turnitin.com.

The Big Six - Self-evaluation of Research Process and Research Product (Your Paper)

YOUR REFLECTION SHOULD BE IN A TWO-PARAGRAPH FORMAT DUE WEDNESDAY

Freshman Odyssey: Individual Project

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May 25th - 29th
Monday

Memorial Day

 

Freshman Odyssey: Individual Project

The Returning War Veterans: PTSD Study (Optional - 5 bonus points)

WUWM Lake Effect:

Dry Hootch.org (click here)
Veterans for Peace(click here) - Milwaukee Chapter 102 (click here)
Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative (click here)
Veterans' Voices No Longer Silent "After the Wars" (click here)

National Center for PTSD (click here)

After the Wars (click here)|
American Friends Service Committe - The War Within (click here) ***click on the updated flyer link
Baffling Rise in Suicides Plagues the U.S. Military (click here)
Grief Camp Help Families Cope (click here)
Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (click here)

Explore one or more of the Web links above and create a journal reflection based on what you learned. Share your thoughts, your questions, your insights. Add it to your Freshman Odyssey Project google doc and the honoring of war veterans will earn you up to 5 bonus points.

 

Tuesday

 

R - E - M DAY - (9)
R - E - M DAY

Classical Literature Unit: Homer's The Odyssey

Book Two - Book Four: Discussion

Penelope: The Song Cycle


HW: Submit your SELF-ASSESSMENT of your Research Process and Research Product submit your Google document to turnitin.com.

DUE TOMORROW

Freshman Odyssey: Individual Project DUE MONDAY JUNE 1st

Odyssey Project Story Telling Begins on Monday June 1st

 

Wednesday

Classical Literature Unit: Homer's The Odyssey

Book Five - Odysseus - Nymph and Shipwreck
Online Audio Version Book Five
1

Calypso's "Pleasure Island"- Birds of Paradise

Odysseus: The Epic Hero? What about Penelope?

 


HW: The Big Six - Self-evaluation of Research Process and Research Product (Your Paper)

Complete your evaluation in the Google Doc found in your Shared File Folder

YOUR REFLECTION SHOULD BE IN A TWO-PARAGRAPH FORMAT.

DUE BY MIDNIGHT

Freshman Odyssey: Individual Project DUE MONDAY JUNE 1st

Odyssey Project Story Telling Begins on Monday June 1st

Thursday

Classical Literature Unit: Homer's The Odyssey

Book Five - Odysseus - Nymph and Shipwreck
Online Audio Version Book Five
1

Summary of Books 6 - 8 (click here)

Book Nine: In the One-Eyed Giant's Cave ( Online Audio Version Book Nine
Online Text Version: The Odyssey Book Nine
begins on page 136 - See Google Doc)

Who are the Cicones? Who are the Lotus-Eaters?

What do these encounters reveal to us about the leadership abilities of Odysseus?
In which circumstance did Odysseus act decisively and wisely?

Are the Cicones and Lotus-Eaters still with us today?
Who might they be?

 

Ancient Discoveries - Drawings from the Odysseus's Journey Home

HW: Complete Cave Drawings and Book Nine: In the One-Eyed Giant's Cave Online Audio Version Book Nine Online Text Version: The Odyssey Book Nine begins on page 136 - 154 See Google Doc)

Freshman Odyssey: Individual Project DUE MONDAY JUNE 1st

Freshman Odyssey: Individual Project Storytelling Begins on Monday June 1st

* Stories contain characters and plot.
* Stories sometimes come to resolution, sometimes that are unresolved
* Tell us the who, the what, the where, the when, and the why of your narrtive journal selections

*** Your storytelling must last between 3 - 5 minutes. Your grade will depend on the following:

* Your engagement with your audience (volume, eye-contact, tone of voice)
* Your ability to sustain the storytelling:

Less than two minutes = no higher than 60%
Less than three minutes = no higher than 70%
Between three to four minutes = between 70% - 85%
Between four to five minutes = between 85% - 100%

This storytelling activity is worth 20 points.

Your narrative journals are worth 25 points (+ honor the veterans entry gains up to 5 additional points)

 

 

Friday

Classical Literature Unit: Homer's The Odyssey

Book Nine: In the One-Eyed Giant's Cave

 

HW: Book Ten: The Bewitching Queen of Aeaea - ACT/AP Reading Practice

 

Freshman Odyssey: Individual Project DUE MONDAY JUNE 1st

Odyssey Project Story Telling Begins on Monday June 1st

 

Freshman Odyssey: Individual Project Storytelling Begins on Monday June 1st

* Stories contain characters and plot.
* Stories sometimes come to resolution, sometimes that are unresolved
* Tell us the who, the what, the where, the when, and the why of your narrtive journal selections

*** Your storytelling must last between 3 - 5 minutes. Your grade will depend on the following:

* Your engagement with your audience (volume, eye-contact, tone of voice)
* Your ability to sustain the storytelling:

Less than two minutes = no higher than 60%
Less than three minutes = no higher than 70%
Between three to four minutes = between 70% - 85%
Between four to five minutes = between 85% - 100%

This storytelling activity is worth 20 points.

Your narrative journals are worth 25 points (+ honor the veterans entry gains up to 5 additional points)

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June 1st - 5th
(last week of the trimester)


Monday

Classical Literature Unit: Homer's The Odyssey

Freshman Odyssey: Individual Project STORY TELLING (4)

Book Ten: The Bewitching Queen of Aeaea Online Audio Version BookTen (-Online Text Version: Book Ten starts at page 155 and ends on page 173).

 

HW: Book Eleven: The Kingdom of the Dead (Pages 174 - 181): Images

ACT/AP Reading Practice

Online Audio Version Book Eleven (-Online Text Version: Book Eleven starts at page 174 and ends on page 195).

 

HW: Final Empower Articles/RAPs (by Wed.) and Membean Study (Quiz on Wednesday)

 
Tuesday

 

Freshman Odyssey Project: STORY TELLING (4)

Classical Literature Unit: Homer's The Odyssey

Book Eleven: The Kingdom of the Dead (Pages 174 - 181): Images

ACT/AP Reading Practice

Online Audio Version Book Eleven (-Online Text Version: Book Eleven starts at page 174 and ends on page 195).

 

HW:

Final Empower Articles/RAPs (by tomorrow.) and Membean Study (Quiz tomorrow)

 
Wednesday

R - E - M DAY - (10)
R - E - M DAY

Freshman Odyssey Project: STORY TELLING (4)

Classical Literature Unit: Homer's The Odyssey

Book Twelve: The Cattle of the Sun

Focus on the leadership decisions of Odysseus during his encounters with the Sirens, Scylla and Charybdis. Did he act heroically? Upon arrival at the Island of the Sun god (Helios), consider the words and actions of Odysseus:

1.) What "fateful decision" did Odysseus require of his men?
2.) As Odysseus went off to pray to the gods, evaluate and judge the decision and actions of Eurylochous and the men. Given the circumstances, did Odysseus' men "respect the Sun god"? Why? Why not?
3) Evaluate the immediate response of Odysseus after he realizes what his men did? As their leader, what does he do? Was this wise?

Online Audio Version Book Twelve (-Online Text Version: Book Twelve starts at page 196 and ends on page 210).

HW: Odysseus Returns to Ithaca (click here)

Summary of Books 13 - 15 (click here)

 

 

 
Thursday

Freshman Odyssey Project: STORY TELLING (4)

Book Sixteen: Father and Son

Online Audio Version Book Sixteen

 

HW: Summary of Books 17 - 20 (click here)

 
 
Friday

Freshman Odyssey Project: STORY TELLING (3)

Classical Literature Unit: Homer's The Odyssey

Book Twenty-One: Odysseus Strings the Bow
(Online Audio Version)

1) Why has Penelope decided to accept one of the suitors? What is her proposal?
2) How are the loyal servants convinced that Odysseus is truly home?
3) Describe the exchange between Eurymachus, Antinous and Odysseus regarding the contest of the bow. How is Homer's use of dramatic irony hightening the tension on this special feast-day?


AN IMPORTANT EMAIL REGARDING EMPOWER GRADES IS WAITING FOR YOU IN YOUR SCHOOL EMAIL ACCOUNT. PLEASE READ THIS EMAIL AND RESPOND AS NEEDED. THANKS!

 

HW:Book Twenty-Two: Slaughter in the Hall (Online Audio Version)
(Homer's The Odyssey (-Online Text Version: The Odyssey)

One's odyssey is full of "twists and turns." In addition to listening to Book Twenty-Two, you could begin to complete the following (we will use class time for the other questions

AFTER listening to Book Twenty Two (Homer's The Odyssey (-Online Text Version: The Odyssey) Offer some final thoughts on the characters: Complete your reflections in The Odyssey of Your Life:Last Name google doc

Telemachus - Has Telemachus "become a man"?
Penelope - Is Penelope a strong or weak woman?
Odysseus - Is Odysseus a hero?

What moment in the Odyssey captured your imagination, your interest the most?  Why?

Final Exam: Remote Preparation


Pre AP Reading Passages: Romeo and Juliet // The Odyssey (Answer Keys)

Literature Review (Writing Prompts):

Writing About Literature: One paragraph essay samples(link)
Writing About Literature: Two paragraph essay samples (link)
Writing About Literature: Rules to Remember (Link)
Strategies for Varying Sentence Beginnings (Link)

Membean Vocabulary Word Lists (See Google Doc) -
"Good Progress" & "Almost Ready" Words

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June 8th - 12th
(exam week)


Monday

 

Penelope - Loreena Mckennitt (click here) (click here)

AFTER listening to Book Twenty Three (Homer's The Odyssey (-Online Text Version: The Odyssey) Offer some final thoughts on the characters: Complete your reflections in The Odyssey of Your Life:Last Name google doc

Telemachus - Has Telemachus "become a man"?
Penelope - Is Penelope a strong or weak woman?
Odysseus - Is Odysseus a hero?

What moment in the Odyssey captured your imagination, your interest the most?  Why?

What have you learned about the impact of war upon characters & people's lives?

What have your learned about yourself through your brief encounter with the Odyssey?

What moments in the journey of "the man of twists and turns" can you apply to your own life (e.g., decision making, motivation, leadership, deception, the role of fate/destiny, the role of family, where is your Ithaca)?

Book Twenty-Three: The Great Rooted Bed (Online Audio Version)

 

Exam Preview and Preparation:

Revising Romeo and Juliet Two-Paragraph Essays

Literature Review (Writing Prompts):

Writing About Literature: One paragraph essay samples(link)
Writing About Literature: Two paragraph essay samples (link)
Writing About Literature: Rules to Remember (Link)
Strategies for Varying Sentence Beginnings (Link)
Membean Vocabulary Word Lists (See Google Doc)

Want to take a stab at a practice prompt? click here

Literary Sources

Wiesel's Night

Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet Online Version

(Interactive Folio Version)
Online Version with verse numbers: click here

Homer's The Odyssey (-Online Text Version: The Odyssey)

Self-Guided Reading Selection (If applicable)

ACT Reading & English Practice

Pre AP Reading Passages: Romeo and Juliet // The Odyssey (Answer Keys)

English Assessment Practices (Answer Keys)

Membean Vocabulary Word Lists (See Google Doc) -
"Good Progress" & "Almost Ready" Words

Tuesday

Early Release Day

Book Twenty-Four: Peace
(Online Audio Version)


Exam Preview and Preparation: (See previous day's links)

 

Wednesday

Final Exam Day One

Crafting a Thesis Statement and Organizing your supportive evidence (Semantic Map).

Hour 1 CLASS

7:25

8:33

68 minutes

Hour 2 CLASS

8:39

9:47

68 minutes

Lunch A

9:53

10:23

30 minutes

Hour 3A CLASS

9:53

11:01

68 minutes

Lunch B

11:07

11:37

30 minutes

Hour 3B CLASS

10:29

11:37

68 minutes

Hour 1 EXAM

11:52

1:07

75 minutes

Hour 2 EXAM

1:22

2:37

75 minutes

Thursday

Final Exam Day Two

The Potter's Wheel

War of Man

Neil Young

Homer: A Solo Act or a Bevy of Bards? // Ancient Troy
Google Doc: A Solo Act or a Bevy of Bards?

Will You Ask the Deeper Questions?
Will you search for your Identity? your Ithaca?

"Ithaca" C.P. Cavafy (click here)

Writing Prompt: Individual Preparation

Hour 3 EXAM

7:25

8:40

75 minutes

Hour 4 CLASS

8:55

9:55

60 minutes

Lunch A

10:01

10:31

30 minutes

Hour 5A CLASS

10:01

11:01

60 minutes

Lunch B

11:07

11:37

30 minutes

Hour 5B CLASS

10:37

11:37

60 minutes

Hour 4 EXAM

11:52

1:07

75 minutes

Hour 5 EXAM

1:22

2:37

75 minutes

 

Friday