11R American Literature "Work for the Week" 2009-2010 

 

Any work "in the future" is tentative based on circumstances that may be beyond my control. Do not "go ahead a week or two" in the work on this page!  This page is updated weekly.

 

FIRST QUARTER:   WEEK ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE, SIX, SEVEN, EIGHT, NINE, TEN (ALT)*
Second Quarter:  WEEK ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE, SIX, SEVEN, EIGHT, NINE, TEN Regents Exam (ALT)*
Third Quarter:  WEEK ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE, SIX, SEVEN, EIGHT, NINE,  
Fourth Quarter:    WEEK ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE, SIX, SEVEN, EIGHT, NINE   

 

Last updated on Monday January 01, 2018

 

Accommodation for Special Education

      Alternative assignments (signified by an "Alt" in the work for the week) are only provided for students who legitimately do not have access to the media under study or through direct collaboration with resource teachers: they will be accepted in lieu of other work only when a student, parent, or resource teacher has arranged the substitution with the instructor prior to the due date.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FIRST QUARTER:

WEEK ONE

 

     
  Monday   Manifest objective is to do the following:
September  8 Tuesday Welcome Back! Topics-- Agenda's, Seating, Lockers, Class Rules, The Website and Assignment Numbers, Grading, About Me, Notebook, Curriculum, ParticipationIntroductory Index Cards.

you are responsible to complete the assignments listed each week according to their due date.  Where no due date is indicated, it is due the same day but may be completed for HW. The phrase, "I'll work on it at home" results in a lower participation grade.

You are responsible to copy the following assignments into your notebook with the date and check them off as you complete them. If you are absent on the first day of the week you may print out the work for the week and bring it with you, otherwise, you are expected to copy the your week's assignments in class.

Complete the first HW assignment HERE review with your parents and then return the bottom portion completed. Due Friday 11th. (1.1 Check as done r). 

 

 

Objective is to review class rules and curriculum and ensure parental contact ELA Standard 1
9 Wednesday

"Do now" as assigned in class first few minutes in the writing section of your notebook-- "What event in school most shaped your attitude to school? How old were you?"

Worksheet "Why We Read" (1.2 Check as done r). 

Worksheet "What's Missing?" (1.3 Check as done r). 

Take notes on setting Smart Goals --

Create three S.M.A.R.T. goals for yourself (first for this quarter, second for the year, and lastly for after graduation) and explain how each of them are S.M.A.R.T. Friday at the start of class (1.4 Check as done r

Objective is to present arguments with reference to specific criteria that support the argument ELA standard 3
10 Thursday "Do now" as assigned in class first few minutes "How can another person's opinion influence your opinion?"

Work on final draft of smart goals.  

Worksheet "Filling in Famous Quotations?" (1.5 Check as done r). 

 

Objective is to review the interaction of ELA Standard 2 and 3 toward addressing our first literature of the year.

 

 

11

Friday "Do now" as assigned in class first few minutes "What does 'my best effort' really mean?"

Notes on HOW TO READ  then reading "Australia--"Complete assignment "Guide to Notes" and "More than Facts"  Due Monday(1.5 Check as done r). 

Turn in all work due including final version of three S.M.A.R.T. goals and "Filling in Famous Quotations?" Work on any outstanding assignments.  Prepare for notebook check.

Continue practice of independent practice of the interaction of ELA standards 2 and 3 toward addressing our first curriculum literature of the year.

 

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WEEK TWO

     
14 Monday Do Now: You are responsible to copy the following assignments into your notebook with the date and check them off as you complete them.

Assignment from Week One are due place them on my desk at the start of class-- be sure to have the Smart Goals for Surprise Notebook Test  Friday. Review Notebook Guidelines.  Begin reading log for "World on a Turtles Back." (Native American Radio)

Introduce the process of analysis for ELA Standard 2 and 3 addressing our first literature of the year.
15 Tuesday "Do now" as assigned in class first few minutes "How did the universe come to be? (explain)"

Complete reading and create a Venn Diagram comparing and contrasting the Iroquois creation story with any other creation story that is familiar to you (Visit [on line] Here if you don't know any!(2.1 Check as done [ ])).

Use a basic model of analysis for ELA Standards 2 and 3.
16 Wednesday "Do now" as assigned in class first few minutes "Did the Iroquois really believe in a giant turtle or did they understand some kind of deeper meaning?(explain)"

Complete textbook questions at end of "World on a Turtles Back."   2.1 Venn Diagram IS DUE keep questions in literary log  (possible notebook Test?).

Complete a  basic model of analysis for ELA Standards 2 and 3.
17 Thursday "Do now" as assigned in class first few minutes "Would you ever invite someone to celebrate a holiday they didn't celebrate?(explain)"

Begin Literary Log as you read, "A Man to send Rain Clouds"    Copy notes on Conflict.    

Review  a crucial literary tool for analysis in ELA Standards 2 and 3.
18 Friday "Do now" as assigned in class first few minutes "Would you ever attend a holiday you didn't celebrate? (explain)"

After reading, "A Man to send Rain Clouds" -- Answer 1-5 in complete sentences keep in your Literary Log. (Check as done 2.2 [ ])  (Native American Radio)  Surprise Notebook Test be on time no passes --don't ask.

PARENT TEACHER "OPEN HOUSE" IS NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT IT IS DIFFERENT FROM PAST PARENT TEACHER NIGHTS. Parents follow their child's schedule and get a brief introduction to the teacher.

Given a scenario of a piece of literature with a number of literary elements the learner will evaluate cultural and historical conflict.

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WEEK THREE

     
21 Monday

Do now" as assigned in class first few minutes "What would you do first you were suddenly made a subject  to a foreign power that forced you from your home?"

 

Read, "I will Fight No More Forever"  Use your notes on How to read to analyze this speech in your reading log... address each level and cite examples from the text. (Check as done 3.1      )

 

Students will learn to apply a critical perspective to Grieving and dealing with loss
22 Tuesday

Do now" as assigned in class first few minutes "What is the role of stories in your home?"

View Smoke Signals respond in your notebook to the following questions as you view the movie due Monday  (Check as done 3.2  )   worth two HW assignments.

1) Why does Thomas Builds-the-Fire (the guy wearing oversize glasses) and tell everyone stories no-one seems to want to hear?

2) How are their memories of Arnold Joseph different?

3) What role do the stories play in Victor Joseph's journey?

4) What examples of myths can you find in our world today-- Consider Film, TV, Music..

5) In "A Man to send Rain Clouds"  and Smoke Signals there are multiple points of view in conflict, how do these points of view come out of conflict through stories and beliefs (myths)?

 

Students will  movie based on The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven

Sherman Alexie

 
23 Wednesday

Do now" as assigned in class first few minutes "Can a good story make you feel better?"

 

View Smoke Signals  (Complete  3.2  

 

Students will learn to apply a critical perspective to Grieving and loss. 
24 Thursday

Do now" as assigned in class first few minutes "What is an example of a good story?"

 WFW changed due to illness for Thursday and Friday.

Read “Rainy Mountain” Page 57—61 and answer questions 1-7 in reading log (notebook) (3.3 

 

 

Students will reflect on the power of stories in their lives.
25 Friday

Do now" as assigned in class first few minutes "Is modern television an example of storytelling?"

 Complete Making an Educated Guess  (3.4 

Read “Rainy Mountain” Page 57—61 and complete questions 1-7 in reading log (notebook)

Prepare for notebook test.

 

 

Students will be evaluated on their ability to organize and complete their work.

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WEEK FOUR

   *INTERIM REPORTS*    
28 MONDAY No School  
29 TUESDAY Copy the work for the week.

Complete Making an Educated Guess  (3.4  ) is due. 

View Smoke Signals  (Complete  3.2 

Students will be evaluated on their ability to organize and complete their work.
30 WEDNESDAY Notes on the three Puritan Beliefs and The Great Chain of Being IMAGE

Introductory notes from textbook and reading Arthur Miller's The Crucible as a class. 

Introduction to Major Project is due Friday October 23rd can be found here if you prefer having more time to write a research paper you may begin ASAP.

 
Students will read The Crucible for standard 2 and assess the role of literature as a comment on American history.
October 1 THURSDAY reading Arthur Miller's The Crucible as a class Continued.
2 FRIDAY reading Arthur Miller's The Crucible as a class Continued

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WEEK FIVE

     
5 MONDAY

Do now: How can you transcend your own expectations?

Answer Questions at end of Act I in your reading log.

 
Review   crucial literary tools for analysis in ELA Standards 2 and 3.
6 TUESDAY  

Do now: What do people get out of spreading rumors?

Reading Arthur Miller's The Crucible as a class

Review   crucial literary tools for analysis in ELA Standards 2 and 3.
7 WEDNESDAY

Do now: Explain communism? 

Reading Arthur Miller's The Crucible as a class

 
Review   crucial Vocabulary tools for analysis.
8    THURSDAY Do now: Explain the fear of communism? 

Reading Arthur Miller's The Crucible as a class

Review   historical perspective for analysis in ELA Standards 2 and 3.
9 FRIDAY

Do now: List five adjectives to describe Puritans.

Answer Questions at end of Act II in your reading log.

Quiz on Reading so far....

Evaluation of student's use of  literary tools for analysis in ELA Standards 2 and 3.

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WEEK SIX

     
12 MONDAY No School  
13 TUESDAY Meet in Room 1102-- 

Do now-- Log on and review the work for the week then create a free account at SAT PREP!

Copy Unit One Spelling and Vocabulary Words  and use correctly in sentences for quiz on Friday.  Spelling 2 pts define 2pts use correctly in a sentence 2pts.  Have the words and definitions written on 20 "index cards" at the start of class for a 10point bonus!

Visit the SAT PREP   Sign up today! In the subscription type pick "SAT Deluxe" (and don't worry about the price there is a special group rate paid for by the school) and enter the code that the teacher gives you in class:TKN.3d174873 (CAPS COUNT!) Every Longwood student can create their own account!

Introduction to Major Project is due Friday October 23rd can be found here if you prefer having more time to write a research paper you should begin ASAP.

We meet in class Wednesday then we go to the library to continue to work on this project:

Objectives: to stimulate critical thinking about differences between moral law and secular law, and the implications of combining the two

 

14 WEDNESDAY Do now: Identify who said "It’s winter in here yet."

We meet in class Wednesday then we go to the library to continue to work on this project:

Objectives: to stimulate critical thinking about differences between guilt by evidence as opposed to guile by association.
15 THURSDAY Do now: " I do not judge you. The magistrate that sits in your heart judges you."

Reading The Crucible  HW Study for Unit One Spelling and Vocabulary Words quiz. 

Objectives: to stimulate critical thinking about how laws for the public good can be made to further personal interests of specific individuals
16 FRIDAY Do now: "But you must understand, sir, that a person is either with this court or he must be counted against it. There will be no road between."

Unit One Spelling and Vocabulary Words quiz.

Period nine doesn't meet due to pep rally.  Quiz Monday.

 The evaluation of students grasp of knowledge about and comprehension  of words we read.

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WEEK SEVEN

     
19 MONDAY Reminder, missing assignment reports were handed out in week five-- you may now only turn those assignments in with a note from a parent acknowledging the lateness of each assignment.

Quiz Unit One Spelling and Vocabulary Words.   Work on any missing assignments and organize notebooks.

Students will determine the meaning of unfamiliar words by using classroom and other resources and demonstrate application
20 TUESDAY

Period 5 meets in 1102 Work on The Crucible Project only

 

 

Period 9 meets in 1211 Work on The Crucible Project only

 

Students will analyze a wide range of texts using resources such as recognized experts, knowledge from school subjects and reading, and personal experience to write a research paper.

21 WEDNESDAY Period 5 meets in 1102  Period 9 meets in 1211 Work on The Crucible Project only
22 THURSDAY Period 5 meets in 1102  Period 9 meets in 2118Work on The Crucible Project only
23 FRIDAY  Reading Arthur Miller's The Crucible as a class Students wills hare reading experiences with  peers or adult; for example, read together silently or aloud and discuss reactions to texts

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WEEK EIGHT

     
26 MONDAY Reading Arthur Miller's The Crucible as a class --Work on questions at the end of acts III Questions 1-8 #’s  page 228 and IV #’s 1-7 page 243 keep in notebook. Standard 2 Students will read, view, and respond independently to literary works that represent a range of social, historical, and cultural perspectives and monitor their own comprehension by questioning, reviewing, revising, and rereading to enhance overall comprehension
27 TUESDAY Complete reading for OPEN NOTEBOOK TEST THURSDAY  Work on questions at the end of acts 3 and 4 keep in notebook.
28 WEDNESDAY View end of  Arthur Miller's The Crucible --Work on questions at the end of acts 3 and 4 keep in notebook.  View Documentary about the historical witchcraft trials.
29 THURSDAY View Documentary about the historical witchcraft trials  Answer questions At end of acts 3 and 4 -- prepare for notebook test. Standard 2 Students will use resources, such as personal experience, knowledge from other content areas, and independent reading, to create literary, interpretive, and responsive texts

 

BOO! 30 FRIDAY HW RESEARCH PAPER DUE WEDNESDAY 4th      Period 5 meets in 1102  Period 9 meets in 1102  Work on The Crucible Project only  HW-- Check your printer for ink and stapler for staples, MONDAY Period 5 meets in 1102  Period 9 meets in 1102  Work on The Crucible Project only  Standard 2 Students will continue to analyze a wide range of texts using resources such as recognized experts, knowledge from school subjects and reading, and personal experience

 

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WEEK NINE

     
November 2  MONDAY Do now--  What are the elements of a paragraph?

Period 5 meets in 1102       Period 9 meets in 1102  Work on The Crucible Project only HW- NO I DON'T HAVE A STAPLER  so please find one before class.

Standard 2 Students will read, view, and respond independently to literary works that represent a range of social, historical, and cultural perspectives and monitor their own comprehension by questioning, reviewing, revising, and rereading to enhance overall comprehension
3 TUESDAY Conference Day -- no classes  
4 WEDNESDAY Do now--  What is a research paper without research?  

RESEARCH PAPER DUE TODAY NO I DON'T HAVE A STAPLER    OPEN NOTEBOOK TEST  On the Crucible!  View film about the year is 1649 and the town of Sprynge-Fielde is witness to many witch burnings – In your notebook identify as many references to other literature we have studied as you can AND Answer the question, is it better because you understand The Crucible? (Check as done 9.1[  ])  THIS IS THE LAST DAY TO TURN IN LATE WORK.

Students will be evaluated on their study of The Crucible.
5 THURSDAY Do now--  What feeling makes the accusations of The Crucible possible?

View film about the power of fear and a Crucible style world  complete this Worksheet (Check as done 9.1[  ]) due Next Tuesday. 

Students will be evaluated on their study of The Crucible. and practice identifying examples of allusion.
6 FRIDAY Do now--  What is the best way to deal with fear?

View film about the power of fear and a Crucible style world  complete this Worksheet  HW BRING ID CARD TO PICK UP A RAISIN IN THE SUN   This is the end of the first Marking Period -- all work is due today or due postmarked today.  Do not E-mail work.   Surprise Notebook Test.

Students will be evaluated on their study of The Crucible. and practice identifying examples of allusion.

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SECOND QUARTER:

WEEK ONE

     
9 MONDAY See me if you were absent Friday for notebook test.

Do now--  What are examples of fear in today's news?

Pick up A RAISIN IN THE SUN  View film about the power of fear and a Crucible style world  complete this Worksheet (Check as done 2.1.1 [ ]).

Students will be evaluated on their study of The Crucible. and practice identifying examples of allusion.
10 TUESDAY Do now--  What strategies help you learn new words the best?

Copy Unit TWO Spelling and Vocabulary Words  and use correctly in sentences for quiz on Friday (Check as done 2.1.2 [ ]).  Spelling 2 pts define 2pts use correctly in a sentence 2pts.  Have the words and definitions written on 20 "index cards" at the start of class for a 10 point bonus! Arthur Miller and The Crucible.  Wrap it up!   Reading A RAISIN IN THE SUN Begin reading log.

Students apply a wide range of strategies to comprehend, interpret, evaluate, and appreciate texts. They draw on their prior experience, their interactions with other readers and writers, their knowledge of word meaning and of other texts, their word identification strategies, and their understanding of textual features (e.g., sound-letter correspondence, sentence structure, context, graphics).
11 WEDNESDAY Veteran's Day!  school closed.  
12 THURSDAY Do now--  What changes in our understanding of this play with our new president?

Reading A RAISIN IN THE SUN

First Quarter Work returned to students keep for records.  Final Grades not available.

Standard 2 Students will read, view, and respond independently to literary works that represent a range of social, historical, and cultural perspectives and monitor their own comprehension by questioning, reviewing, revising, and rereading to enhance overall comprehension
13 FRIDAY Do now--  identify the five hardest words and make a funny sentence for each.

Reading A RAISIN IN THE SUN

Unit TWO Spelling and Vocabulary Words quiz. Postponed to Monday. 

Students will be evaluated on their s ability to comprehend, interpret, evaluate, new words.

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WEEK TWO

     
16 MONDAY Do now--  Review your words and the do now from Friday.

Copy Work For Week Unit TWO Spelling and Vocabulary Words quiz.

Students will be evaluated on their s ability to comprehend, interpret, evaluate, new words.
17 TUESDAY Do now--  identify the "head" of the Younger's house. Explain your choice.

Reading A RAISIN IN THE SUN

Standard 2 Students will read, view, and respond independently to literary works that represent a range of social, historical, and cultural perspectives and monitor their own comprehension by questioning, reviewing, revising, and rereading to enhance overall comprehension- notably in light of Obama's' election to office.
18 WEDNESDAY Do now--  What might Mama's little plant symbolize?  Explain your choice.

Reading A RAISIN IN THE SUN

19 THURSDAY Do now--  What might Asagai symbolize?  Explain your choice.

Reading A RAISIN IN THE SUN

20 FRIDAY Do now--  Could this play be adapted for a film that takes place in the year 2011?  Explain your thoughts.

View adaptation of A RAISIN IN THE SUN  prepare for quiz and open notebook test.

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WEEK THREE

     
23 MONDAY Do now--  Open your notebook and review last week's "do nows."

View adaptation of A RAISIN IN THE SUN  prepare for quiz and open notebook test.

Students take notes and prepare for quiz.
24 TUESDAY Do now--  Complete your assignment to identify goals/ dreams and obstacles for each character due Monday.

View adaptation of A RAISIN IN THE SUN  prepare for quiz and open notebook test.

Students take notes and prepare for quiz.
  WEDNESDAY Thanksgiving Recess  
  THURSDAY Thanksgiving Recess  
  FRIDAY Thanksgiving Recess  

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WEEK FOUR

     
30 MONDAY Notes and the Paragraph Diagrams provided to complete three paragraphs about A Raisin in The Sun -- take notes in grammar and Composition section of notebook. Students will use a range of organizational strategies, such as webbing , and SIM to present information
December 1 TUESDAY Notes and the Paragraph Diagrams provided to complete three paragraphs about A Raisin in The Sun.  Each of the three counts as a HW assignment:

1) Dreams and Goals

2) Obstacles

3) Racism and Sexism

All found in A Raisin in The Sun.

 

Standard 2: Students will read, write, listen, and speak for literary response and expression as modeled.

 

 

2 WEDNESDAY Notes and the Paragraph Diagrams provided to complete three paragraphs about A Raisin in The Sun. Students will write original literary texts - create social, historical, and/or cultural context - create multiple levels of meaning

 

3 THURSDAY Notes and the Paragraph Diagrams provided to complete three paragraphs about A Raisin in The Sun. Students will write original literary texts - create social, historical, and/or cultural context - create multiple levels of meanin
4 FRIDAY Notes on intro's and conclusions and on a separate sheet of paper  to write an introduction,  turn the paragraph diagrams into paragraphs on composition paper, and  write a conclusion to the three paragraphs.  This will count as a quiz grade on A Raisin in the Sun. Students will be evaluated on their study of SIM and text.

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WEEK FIVE

    **Interim Reports**    
7 MONDAY Do now: Copy definition-- Dialect-  a variety of a language that is distinguished from other varieties of the same language by features of phonology, grammar, and vocabulary, and by its use by a group of speakers who are set off from others geographically or socially.

Copy work for the week into notebook, turn in essay, three paragraph diagrams, and notes on dreams and obstacles from reading A Raisin in The Sun then we go to Library to pick up Catcher in the Rye -- do not read ahead but bring to class every day.  Begin Regent's Review Packet as distributed in class.  Begin Session TWO B Paragraph diagrams should be completed by Friday.  the first Essay and diagrams due Monday 14th. Surprise NotebookTest this week.

Use resources, such as personal experience, knowledge from other content areas, and independent reading, to create literary, interpretive, and responsive texts

 

8 TUESDAY Do now: List as many words describing something as good as you can that would be recognized by teens today. 

Work on Session Two B Due Friday-- HW Bring Catcher in the Rye

 

If you Lose Your Packet--  January 2009

  • Session 1 A &  B Comprehensive English Examination    PDF    Teacher Dictation Copy  PDF
  • Session 2  A &  B Comprehensive English Examination   PDF

 

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9 WEDNESDAY Do now: List as many words describing something as bad as you can that would be recognized by teens today-- without being inappropriate or vulgar of course.

Notes and an introduction to  Catcher in the Rye from the library and begin reading and a reading log this week--YOU MUST BRING Catcher in the Rye TO CLASS EVERY DAY-- (it counts as a HW grade).

Analyze and synthesize information from different sources, making connections and showing relationships to other texts, ideas, and subjects and to the world at large.
10 THURSDAY Do now: Where is Holden? Explain.

Working on Session Two B and reading Catcher in the Rye.

Continue to build background by activating prior knowledge through questioning what they already know about the form in which the story is presented and the period in which it was written.
11 FRIDAY Do now: Would you want to be friendly to Holden? Explain.

Working on Session Two B Due Monday and reading Catcher in the Rye Surprise Notebook Test

Maintain a portfolio that includes informational writing.

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WEEK SIX

     
14 MONDAY Do now: What do you think is the "perfect" age to be? If you could choose one age and stay that age forever, what would you choose?

Organizer and Regents Review Essay 2 B (page 24) are due.  Reading Catcher in the Rye reminder to take notes--

Analyze and synthesize information from different sources, making connections and showing relationships to other texts, ideas, and subjects and to the world at large.
15 TUESDAY Do now: Write about what you do on the weekends. How do your weekends differ from your weekdays?

Working on Session Two A    Diagram and Handwritten Essay due 21st

Check the consistency of hypothesis with given information and assumption through notes on PTSD.
16 WEDNESDAY Do now: What is a "phony" to you? Explain.

Working on Session Two A  &  Reading Catcher in the Rye  

Continue to analyze and synthesize information from different
sources, making connections and showing relationships
to other texts, ideas, and subjects and to the world at
large.
17 THURSDAY Do now: What does describing something as "Crazy" mean to you? Explain.

Working on Session Two A  &  Reading Catcher in the Rye   Complete through Chapter 6.

Continue to build background by activating prior knowledge
through questioning what they already know about the
form in which the story is presented and the period in which it was written.
18 FRIDAY Do now: How does Holden feel when he is flunking school? Explain.

Quiz -- through Chapter 6 of Catcher in the Rye

Students will be evaluated on their study of motes and text.

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WEEK SEVEN

     
21 MONDAY SNOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!

 

 

Standard 2 Students will read, view, and respond independently to literary works that represent a range of social, historical, and cultural perspectives in preparation for the Regent exam.
22 TUESDAY Review for Regents Exam:  A CHRISTMAS CAROL by Charles Dickens  Nineteenth Century Literature  -- Review notes on Romanticism and identify as many aspects of Romanticism as you can in your reading log.  See extra credit assignment in Regents Review Packet  focus on literary devices as "personified ghosts" as well as conflict, imagery, and characterization.

Do now:  Is it possible to see something in a new way just because you want to? Explain.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL

Read, view, and interpret texts and performances in
every medium (e.g., short stories, novels, plays, film and
video productions, poems, and essays) from a wide
variety of authors, subjects, and genres
23 WEDNESDAY  

Do now:  Do you think that Holden just wants to be with his family? Explain.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL 

HW-- Read through Chapter 16 of Catcher in the Rye.  be sure to keep notes.    Session Two A    Diagram and Handwritten Essay due.

Continue to build background by activating prior knowledge
through questioning what they already know about the
form in which the story is presented and the period in
which it was written
24 THURSDAY School Closed  
25 FRIDAY School Closed  

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WEEK EIGHT

JANUARY    
MONDAY Welcome back!  It's a new decade!   The new and improved Daily DO NOW-- only well thought out complete Topic Sentences with lead off and follow up sentences get credit!  Keep them where they may be turned in.

Session Two A  Diagram and Handwritten Essay due.

Second Quarter Poetry Project  HW-- MEMORIZE 2 lines of your  per school day for test Monday 9th (first ten lines)!

 

Standard 2: Students will read, write, listen, and speak for literary response and expression. • Use devices such as voice, tone, volume, pitch, rate, body language, rhyme, rhythm, and repetition to create an emotional or aesthetic response. Listen to comprehend, interpret, and respond to texts and performances, such as reviews and critiques of literary texts

 

5 TUESDAY DO NOW Work on Second Quarter Poetry Project tricks and tips.   Open Notebook Quiz on chapters 6-16 of Catcher in the Rye- only your own notes in your handwriting allowed on the qiuz. HW-- MEMORIZE 2 lines of your  per school day for test Monday 9th (first ten lines)! Standard 2: Students will read, write, listen, and speak for literary response and expression. Demonstrate  that they are able to maintain a portfolio that includes literary, interpretive, and responsive writing to Catcher in the Rye and express judgments and support them through references to the text, using direct quotations and paraphrase.

 

6 WEDNESDAY DO NOW Work on Session One B  Due Wednesday 11th with paragraph diagram.  HW-- Read through chapter 20 of Catcher in the Rye for Monday be sure to keep notes. HW-- MEMORIZE 2 lines of your  per school day for test Monday 9th (first ten lines)! Standard 1: Students will read, write, listen, and speak for information and understanding. • Use both primary and secondary sources of information for research • Analyze and integrate data, facts, and ideas to communicate information

 

7 THURSDAY 10 school days until Regents week.  DO NOW  Work on Session One B  Due Wednesday 11th with paragraph diagram.  HW-- Read through chapter 20 of Catcher in the Rye for Monday be sure to keep notes. HW-- MEMORIZE 2 lines of your  per school day for test Monday 9th (first ten lines)! Students will  continue to Prepare for Regents Exam.
8 FRIDAY 9 school days until Regents week.  DO NOW  Work on Session One B  Due Wednesday 11th with paragraph diagram.  HW-- Read through chapter 20 of Catcher in the Rye for Monday be sure to keep notes. HW-- MEMORIZE 2 lines of your  per school day for test Monday 9th (first ten lines)! Students will  continue to Prepare for Regents Exam.

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WEEK NINE

     
11 MONDAY (DO NOW # 658 What is the hardest part about reciting?)

Test on the first ten lines of your poem.  Continue working on session 1B.   There are 8 school days until Regents week.

Students will be evaluated on their progress.
12 TUESDAY (DO NOW# 324 What is the hardest part about listening?)

8 school days until Regents week.  Memorize remainder of your poem to recite Thursday and Friday.  Continue working on session 1B. Review notes on Listening Skills in Regents Packet.

Students will review strategies to improve their ability to listen to comprehend, interpret, and respond to texts and performances, such as reviews and critiques of literary texts
13 WEDNESDAY (DO NOW #6 What is your favorite time of day?

7 school days until Regents week. Session 1B is due.  Session 1A "The Listening Passage."  Be on time, take notes and don't interrupt the reading.

Students will Listen to comprehend, interpret, and respond to texts and performances, such as reviews and critiques of literary texts.
14 THURSDAY (DO NOW# 57 What would you do if you were at home and your homework was at school?)

6 school days until Regents week. Work on session 1A, Present Poems, Complete reading  Catcher in the Rye

Standard 2: Students will read, write, listen, and speak for literary response and expression. • Use devices such as voice, tone, volume, pitch, rate, body language, rhyme, rhythm, and repetition to create an emotional or aesthetic response.
15 FRIDAY (DO NOW# 757 Why is it hard to recite in the front of the class?)

5 school days until Regents week. Complete final chapters of Catcher in the Rye --Keep materials for the Regents and Final Exam!

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WEEK TEN

     
18 MONDAY  Closed--  Dr. Martin Luther King's Birthday Observed   
19 TUESDAY  

DO NOW What is poetry? 4 school days until Regents week   Keep notes and materials to review  for the Regents and Final Exam!  Review for Regents  Work on session 1A   HW BRING CATCHER  COMPLETE READING FOR  FRIDAY

Students will  continue to prepare for Regents Exam and review strategies and literature.
20 WEDNESDAY DO NOW What does the body of a letter include?  3 school days until Regents week.  Review for Regents  Final Essay Due.  Chapter 20-26 Catcher in the Rye
21 THURSDAY DO NOW Who is the author of The Crucible?  2 school days until Regents week. Review for Regents
22 FRIDAY DO NOW  What s a "Critical Lens"?  1 school days until Regents week. Review for Regents

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REGENTS WEEK

     
25 MONDAY FINAL REVIEW-- Review Sheet distributed.  
26 TUESDAY ELA Regents is in the afternoon day ONE (Be on time for Listening Passage)  HW  Read review sheet.

 

 
27 WEDNESDAY ELA Regents is in the afternoon day TWO

 

 
28 THURSDAY    
29 FRIDAY    

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THIRD QUARTER:

WEEK ONE

     
February 1 MONDAY
At this point, I have been, and may continue to be working on scoring the Regents Exam for the school.  I do not have grades and do not expect to have them before Friday at the earliest.

Reminder You are expected to be responsible for your own work.  This means the following--

  • Have the work for the week in your notebook as it is required on the first day of each week.
  • Know what you have turned in by crossing off those assignments in your work for the week
  • Keep work returned to you so you know what your current average might be in each category

       HW, Notebook Test, Quiz, Project and Participation each counts equally together.

  • if you have this, I will be happy to answer any questions you might have!

Do Nows-- TS LO FU  You must brainstorm and write three sentences according to TS LO FU  for full credit:

Do Now  "the 20th century"

View O Brother Where Art Thou? a retelling of Homer's Odyssey in 1930's America.  Write a poem about the lessons you are (may be) learning on your personal journey just as Odysseus and Ulysses Everett McGill must also learn in their journeys. NO SLANG. USE IMAGERY.

Part I Begin with an invocation.  

Part II Describe the challenges you must overcome (yes, you may portray me or English11R as an epic monster). Use Poetic Literary devices!  While your assignment doesn't have to be an EPIC it must be at least twenty lines in length for parts I and II. (Check as done Assignment [  ] 3 1 1)

Lastly, in your notebook, discuss the role of songs in the telling of this story. 

HW  Be prepared for quiz on Catcher in the Rye for Friday.
Standard 2: Students will read, write, listen, and speak for literary response and expression. • Read, view, and interpret texts and performances in every medium (e.g., short stories, novels, plays, film and video productions, poems, and essays) from a wide variety of authors, subjects, and genres

Compare a film, video, or stage version of a literary work with the written version

 

 
2 TUESDAY Do Now  "Forgiveness" TS LO FU   View O Brother Where Art Thou? - build background by activating prior knowledge through questioning what they already know about the form in which the story is presented and the period in which it was written
3 WEDNESDAY Do Now  "Songs"  TS LO FU  View O Brother Where Art Thou? Continued
4 THURSDAY Do Now  "a journey"  TS LO FU   View O Brother Where Art Thou?  Work on Poem and  Wrap up Catcher in the Rye in final quiz and discussion Friday. Continued
5 FRIDAY Do Now  "Holden" TS LO FU        Poem with invocation is due as well as final quiz and discussion of Catcher in the Rye. Articulate personal opinions to clarify stated positions, persuade or influence groups, or state preferences about topics

 

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WEEK TWO

     
8 MONDAY Introduction to the Third Quarter Project  Begin reading log for "The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas, an American Slave"  answer questions 1-8 on page 571 (p562) Assignment [  ] 3 2 1) Standard 2: Students will read, write, listen, and speak for literary response and expression. • Write original literary texts- create social, historical, and/or cultural context - create multiple levels of meaning.

 

9 TUESDAY Complete reading log, and in complete sentences, begin reading logs for "Frederick Douglas" by Robert Hayden (P 615) and Nikki Giovanni's "Revolutionary Dreams" (p1145) Assignment [  ] 3 2 2)  
10 WEDNESDAY View Boycott  In your notebook, identify the difficulties involved in making a boycott work.  Identify something you could boycott in order to make a change in the world , clearly state the change you would like to see. Standard 1: Students will read, write, listen, and speak for information and understanding. • Interpret and analyze information from media presentations, such as documentary films, news broadcasts, and taped interviews

 

11 THURSDAY View Boycott Continued
12 FRIDAY View Boycott        February Recess Next Week! Evaluate content and organization of the presentations, applying criteria such as the validity of the speaker’s conclusion

 

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WEEK THREE

     
22 MONDAY View Boycott  In your notebook, identify the difficulties involved in making a boycott work.  Identify something you could boycott in order to make a change in the world , clearly state the change you would like to see. (Check as done Assignment [  ] 3 3 1) Reminder to work on final copy of Third Quarter Project. Standard 1: Students will read, write, listen, and speak for information and understanding. • Interpret and analyze information from media presentations, such as documentary films, news broadcasts, and taped interviews
23 TUESDAY View Boycott  Evaluate content and organization of the presentations, applying criteria such as the validity of the speaker’s conclusion
24 WEDNESDAY  

An introduction to the Strategic Instruction Model, or SIM Theme/Essay model.  TOWER DIAGRAM  Assigned in class.  Due at start of class on Monday for quiz grade.   Absent? see me for topic. 

Read, view, and respond independently to literary works that represent a range of social, historical, and cultural perspectives- monitor their own comprehension by questioning, reviewing, revising, and rereading to enhance overall comprehension
25 THURSDAY PARENT TEACHER Conferences no class no class
26 FRIDAY Meet in 1102 to work on final copy of Third Quarter Project.  Due date Extended to Tuesday March 2nd. Use resources, such as personal experience, knowledge from other content areas, and independent reading, to create literary, interpretive, and responsive texts

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WEEK FOUR

     
March 1 MONDAY Reminder, for "Do Nows" that are the SAT question of the day, be sure to put the date and your answer with the correct answer in your notebook (so they can be collected).  Meet in Computer Lab  1102  to work on final copy of Third Quarter Project.  Due date Extended to Tuesday March 2nd. Be sure to have your Boycott (Check as done Assignment [  ] 3 3 1) assignment ready for Tuesday in class to turn in with the Tower Diagram. Use resources, such as personal experience, knowledge from other content areas, and independent reading, to create literary, interpretive, and responsive texts
2 TUESDAY An introduction to the Strategic Instruction Model, or SIM Theme/Essay model.  TOWER DIAGRAM  Assigned in class.  Due at start of class on Monday for quiz grade.   Absent? see me for topic!  Work on Tower Diagram (Check as done Assignment [  ] 3 4 1) Standard 2: Students will read, write, listen, and speak for literary response and expression. • Write original literary texts- create social, historical, and/or cultural context - create multiple levels of meaning.
3 WEDNESDAY Introduction to reading  Death of a Salesman (DOAS);  reading in class.  Keep a reading log for a notebook grade  and in preparation for a test at the end of the play.  Identify the particular kind of American Dream of each of the main characters as well as any delusions they might have.  Also, cite examples of themes, motifs, and symbols used in the play as discussed or researched. Read, view, and respond independently to literary works that represent a range of social, historical, and cultural perspectives - monitor their own comprehension by questioning, reviewing, revising, and rereading to enhance overall comprehension

 

4 THURSDAY Reading Death of a Salesman in class. Read literary texts aloud to convey an interpretation of the work --use a variety of written responses, such as double-entry journals and reading logs, to integrate new concepts with existing knowledge.

 

5 FRIDAY Meeting with Guidance Counselors about course selection.  Last possible day to turn in project without penalty! Guidance Time-

Synthesize information from different sources by condensing, combining, or categorizing data, facts, and ideas

 

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WEEK FIVE

     
8 MONDAY Reading Death of a Salesman in class.

Last minute projects turned in!

Read, view, and respond independently to literary works that represent a range of social, historical, and cultural perspectives - monitor their own comprehension by questioning, reviewing, revising, and rereading to enhance overall comprehension
9 TUESDAY SCHEDULING DAY--

 No Passes to Guidance given today!   Curriculum Guide    Guidance   Counselor Assignments  All course selection cards returned to Teacher and to Guidance Period 9 or before you leave.

Guidance
10 WEDNESDAY  View Act 1  Compare and contrast the play as we read it with the performance in the video. 3 5 2 Compare a film, video, or stage version of a literary work with the written version
11 THURSDAY Reading Death of a Salesman in class. Begin working on Study Packet Distributed in class. Continued reading to build foundation for next exercises.
12 FRIDAY Reading Death of a Salesman in class. Continued reading to build foundation for next exercises.

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WEEK SIX

     
15 MONDAY Reading Death of a Salesman in class. Read literary texts aloud to convey an interpretation of the work --use a variety of written responses, such as double-entry journals and reading logs, to integrate new concepts with existing knowledge.
16 TUESDAY End of reading  Answer Questions 1-20 HERE using TSLOFU Due Monday 22nd. Read, view, and respond independently to literary works that represent a range of social, historical, and cultural perspectives - monitor their own comprehension by questioning, reviewing, revising, and rereading to enhance overall comprehension
17 WEDNESDAY View end of DOAS  Answer Questions 1-20 HERE Compare a film, video, or stage version of a literary work with the written version --continued
18 THURSDAY Answer Questions 1-20 HERE     Be prepared to turn in questions and take Death of a Salesman quiz in class. Evaluation.
19 FRIDAY    

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WEEK SEVEN

     
22 MONDAY Follow lesson presented in class

In textbook, read “The Devil and Tom Walker” 350 -360  and answer questions 1-8 page 360 in complete sentences.

Read literary texts aloud to convey an interpretation of the work --use a variety of written responses, such as double-entry journals and reading logs, to integrate new concepts with existing knowledge.
23 TUESDAY Follow lesson presented in class

Complete “The Devil and Tom Walker” 350 -360  and answer questions 1-8 page 360 in complete sentences.

Read literary texts aloud to convey an interpretation of the work --use a variety of written responses, such as double-entry journals and reading logs, to integrate new concepts with existing knowledge.
24 WEDNESDAY http://www.collegeweeklive.com/ presentation by the post secondary planning office. Standard 1: Students will read, write, listen, and speak for information and understanding. • Interpret and analyze information from media presentations, such as documentary films, biography, news broadcasts, and taped interviews
25 THURSDAY Change in plan due to illness.  Work on personal mission statement due Monday we return. PART I Articulate personal opinions to clarify stated positions, persuade or influence groups, or state preferences about topics
26 FRIDAY Change in plan due to illness.  Work on personal mission statement due Monday we return.  PART II Articulate personal opinions to clarify stated positions, persuade or influence groups, or state preferences about topics
       
       
29 MONDAY Begin The Pursuit of Happyness a biography of Christopher Gardner.  Compare and contrast Willy Loman or Walter Younger with Christopher Gardner. Due April 12 Compare a film, video, or stage version of a literary work with the written version
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WEEK EIGHT

     
April 5 MONDAY Change in plan due to illness.  Work on personal mission statement  PART I and II  Due Friday Articulate personal opinions to clarify stated positions, persuade or influence groups, or state preferences about topics
6 TUESDAY Continue  The Pursuit of Happyness Compare and contrast Willy Loman or Walter Younger with Christopher Gardner. Due April 12 Compare a film, video, or stage version of a literary work with the written version
7 WEDNESDAY Continue  The Pursuit of Happyness Continued
8 THURSDAY SIM Lesson 6 7 8  Theme Writing TOWER SIM LESSON
9 FRIDAY SIM Lesson 6 7 8 Theme Writing TOWER  SIM LESSON 

Use a range of organizational strategies, such as clustering, webbing, and mapping, to present information

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WEEK NINE

     
12 MONDAY Work in class on the Scholarship/ College Autobiographical Essay  "The Me Nobody Knows"  Turn the tower diagram into an actual essay TSLOFU due Tuesday (Check as done Assignment [  ] 3 9 1)--  Be prepared for a notebook check this week!

Use strategies designed to influence or persuade in writing speeches, editorials, and advertisements

 

13 TUESDAY Begin a section in your reading log for Women's Literature

Take 10 minutes and open the textbook to page 742 and read Women’s Voices, Women’s Lives-- In your notebook answer the following:  What is women's suffrage?  Whose interest would it to perpetuate the belief that women are "weaker" than men?  Be sure to identify the 19th amendment--  too. Read some of the poems in Are women people?   What must life have been like for these women? 

 In your notes, give one or two examples for each poem covered in class of how women were treated that is different from today-- [absent from class? read five poems] (Check as done Assignment [  ] 3 9 2).

• Share reading experiences with a peer or adult; for example, read together silently or aloud and discuss reactions to texts • Consider the age, gender, social position, and cultural traditions of the writer Create social, historical, and/or cultural context-- create multiple levels of meaning.

 

14 WEDNESDAY Begin reading log for Charlotte Perkins Gilman's story "The Yellow Wallpaper"

What does Charlotte Perkins Gilman's story "The Yellow Wallpaper" suggest about middle-class women's place and role(s) in this society?

Complete this active reading chart as you read, hear, or view  "The Yellow Wallpaper"  (Check as done Assignment [  ] 3 8 2) it is due Thursday.

Use a range of organizational strategies to present information

 

15 THURSDAY Read, hear or view "The Story of An Hour"  (also in textbook) Answer the questions here as you view the film due at the end of class Friday (Check as done Assignment [  ] 3 8 3).

• Read, view, and interpret texts and performances in every medium (e.g., short stories, novels, plays, film and video productions, poems, and essays) from a wide variety of authors, subjects, and genres

- build background by activating prior knowledge through questioning what they already know about the form in which the story is presented and the period in which it was written

• Read, view, and respond independently to literary works that represent a range of social, historical, and cultural perspectives

 

16 FRIDAY Answer questions 1-9 on page 786 and turn in at end of class (Check as done Assignment [  ] 3 8 3). - monitor their own comprehension by questioning, reviewing, revising, and rereading to enhance overall comprehension

 

 

FOURTH QUARTER:

WEEK ONE

     
19 MONDAY Third Quarter grades are not available until they are all sent to grade reporting in their final format by all teachers.    Parents and students should contact Guidance with any questions,  each phone call or e-mail I have to field just takes me away from getting all grades resolved and double checked.

REMINDER FOR SUCCESS Copy "Work for the Week" into your notebook, you are expected to keep track of what you turn in and will be tested on this skill as part of your notebook test grade this quarter.  Students are expected to bring their notebooks every day and to be prepared for both surprise and announced notebook tests. You are expected to enter the classon time with your notebook, open it to the work for the week or current assignment, remain in your seat and prepare to work-- grades are earned every day not given.

Copy from here after reading above.

NEW--   View Mona Lisa Smile and painting and answer the following in a Modified Tower Diagram (Check as done Assignment [  ] 4 1 1):

Why has the movie taken it's title from a renaissance painting? "CLICK HERE to see it."  You must  cite at least 3 specific examples from the film.

Read, view, and interpret texts and performances in every medium (e.g., short stories, novels, plays, film and video productions, poems, and essays) from a wide variety of authors, subjects, and genres - build background by activating prior knowledge through questioning what they already know about the form in which the story is presented and the period in which it was written

Use a range of organizational strategies, such as clustering, webbing, and mapping, to present information

 

 
20 TUESDAY Mona Lisa Smile

Make judgments about the quality of literary texts and performances by applying personal and academic criteria, such as that found in literary criticism and in political, historical, and scientific analysis

 
21 WEDNESDAY Mona Lisa Smile Develop critiques from more than one perspective, suchas historical, cultural, and social
22 THURSDAY Work on 4 11

Use resources, such as personal experience, knowledge from other content areas, and independent reading, to create literary, interpretive, and responsive texts

 
23 FRIDAY Poetry Review Project  Create  10 HAIKU  five on the the following topics (barbeque, taking a test, summer, silence, the beach) and five of your own devising for a total of ten due Wednesday (4.1. 2 Check as done __)    HW 4. 1. 1 Due Monday.

Use devices such as voice, tone, volume, pitch, rate, rhyme, rhythm, and repetition to create an emotional or aesthetic response

 

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WEEK TWO

  ASSIGNMENTS
26 MONDAY Spelling and Vocabulary Unit 7 a
27 TUESDAY HB B Cinquain and pattern poems complete three cinquain and five pattern poems (10 lines minimum) labeled properly with different patterns for Friday. (4.2. 3 Check as done __)     
28 WEDNESDAY The Sonnet. Complete one for Monday
29 THURSDAY The Sonnet.
30 FRIDAY Quiz on unit 7a spell define use correctly in a sentence (if you have index cards before quiz-- bonus!)

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WEEK THREE

   
May 3 MONDAY Catcher in the Rye Review Vocabulary Unit 1  Be able to spell define use correctly in a sentence (if you have index cards before quiz-- bonus!)
4 TUESDAY View or read  Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam       
5 WEDNESDAY  View or read  Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam        Poetry Review Project Due June 1
6 THURSDAY Work on your American Dream Poem (One poem on the topic of “The American Dream,” any style 20 lines minimum) bonus if you incorporate imagery from Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam and My Lai
7 FRIDAY Quiz Catcher in the Rye Review Vocabulary Unit 1 Postponed--  Today read  “Camouflaging the Cimera”  pages 1111-1113 and answer questions 1-6   then  read  pages 1115-1120 “At the Justice Department November 15, 1969” and answer question 5 alone  

23 remaining

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WEEK FOUR

   
10 MONDAY

 

As a child, we have probably seen or heard about the Disney movie, and play, “Peter Pan”. In this story, boys and girls sing with Peter Pan. One of the most famous songs which they sing is “I Won’t Grow Up”. Influenced by Peter’s desire to stay a child, young boys sing “Never gonna be a man; I won't! Like to see somebody try, and make me. Anyone who wants to try, and make me turn into a man, Catch me if you can!”  lyrics Here

Brainstorm and code for a tower diagram that tie these lyrics into the thoughts of Holden Caulfield from the novel Catcher in the Rye by JD Salinger. View Catch Me If You Can. (4 4 1 [brainstorm, code, and diagram] counts as 3 HW grades).  Consider the following subtopics for possible inclusion-- 

innocence; love; parents; insanity; dreams; inner conflict; anger; revenge; school; deception; loneliness; depression; responsibility; and blame

22 remaining

11 TUESDAY

 

Catcher in the Rye Review Vocabulary Unit 1 quiz (rescheduled)

21 remaining

12 WEDNESDAY View Catch Me If You Can. (4 4 1 [brainstorm, code, and diagram] counts as 3 HW grades).

20 remaining

13 THURSDAY View Catch Me If You Can. (4 4 1 [brainstorm, code, and diagram] counts as 3 HW grades).

19 remaining

14 FRIDAY Work together to complete View Catch Me If You Can. (4 4 1 [brainstorm, code, and diagram] counts as 3 HW grades). due at end of class with “Camouflaging the Cimera”  pages 1111-1113 and answer questions 1-6   then  read  pages 1115-1120 “At the Justice Department November 15, 1969” and answer question 5 alone.

18 remaining

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WEEK FIVE

   
17 MONDAY -- review Catcher

Create one concrete poem examples here  or an elementary school example here.

17 remaining

18 TUESDAY Meet in room 1815  and work on remaining elements of The “SHOW ME DON’T TELL ME” Poetry Project

16 remaining  

19 WEDNESDAY 15 remaining
20 THURSDAY Meet in room 1815  and work on remaining elements of The “SHOW ME DON’T TELL ME” Poetry Project

14 remaining

21 FRIDAY Meet in room 1815  and work on remaining elements of The “SHOW ME DON’T TELL ME” Poetry Project

13 remaining

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WEEK SIX

   
24 MONDAY  

Meet in room 1815  and work on remaining elements of The “SHOW ME DON’T TELL ME” Poetry Project

12 remaining

25 TUESDAY Meet in room 1815  and work on remaining elements of The “SHOW ME DON’T TELL ME” Poetry Project

11 remaining

26 WEDNESDAY 10 remaining-  

Answer in the form of an essay that counts as two quiz grades due at end of film--

Be sure to answer each of the following five questions--

1.      How are teachers viewed in our society today?

2.      How do you think media portrayals of teachers affect how we feel about them?

3.      To investigate, using Finding Forester and several different stories where teachers appear -- from literature, film, television, memoir, newspapers, and magazines -- and compare how the teachers are portrayed in each. From whose point of view is each story told?

4.      Are the teachers portrayed sympathetically or critically?

5.      What specific words or visual images are used in these portrayals to create a picture of the profession?

 

 

27 THURSDAY 9 remaining

Finding Forester 

28 FRIDAY 8 remaining

Finding Forester 

HW Project is due at start of class Tuesday.

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WEEK SEVEN

   
31 MONDAY   Closed
June 1 TUESDAY Project is due at start of class 

End of Finding Forester

FOD/ baseball assignment complete packet as directed.

Review Sheet distributed for quiz grade due next Monday-- word search extra credit only.

7 remaining  

2 WEDNESDAY 6 remaining FOD/ baseball assignment.  HW Review Sheet distributed for quiz grade due next Monday.  
3 THURSDAY 5 remaining FOD/ baseball assignment. HW Review Sheet distributed for quiz grade due next Monday.  
4 FRIDAY 4 remaining FOD/ baseball assignment. HW Review Sheet distributed for quiz grade due next Monday.  All late work is due Monday 7th.

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WEEK EIGHT

  All late work is due Monday 7th.
7 MONDAY tentative -

Review sheet due at start of class be prepared to share your answers. HW--BE SURE TO COME IN FOR THE FINAL EXAM AS IT IS SCHEDULED BRING A #2 Pencil and a pen and be on time it's yours and if you are late you gave it up there are no extensions for this test with timed elements.

3 remaining

8 TUESDAY

Final Exam in class Day 1 

HW-- bring a number 2 pencil and be on time.

If you miss a day you must make it up by coming in on the date specified and taking that section you missed IF Missed (JUNE 23 at 8am with Doctors Note)  -- IF Missed (JUNE 23 at 8am with Doctors Note)

2 remaining

9 WEDNESDAY Final Exam in class Day 2  HW-- bring a number 2 pencil and be on time. If you miss a day you must make it up by coming in on the date specified and taking that section you missed-- IF Missed (JUNE 23 at 8am with Doctors Note)

1 remaining

10 THURSDAY Final Exam in class Day 3  If you miss a day you must make it up by coming in on the date specified and taking that section you missed--  IF Missed (JUNE 23 at 8am with Doctors Note)

LAST FULL DAY OF CLASSES 0 REMAIN

11 FRIDAY

 TESTING

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WEEK NINE

   Regents Week and Final Exams Begin
14 MONDAY

TESTING

15 TUESDAY  
16 WEDNESDAY  
17 THURSDAY  
18 FRIDAY  

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WEEK TEN  
21 MONDAY  
22 TUESDAY  
23 WEDNESDAY  IF Missed (JUNE 23 at 8am with Doctors Note)
24 THURSDAY  
25 FRIDAY Conference Day
28   7-11 or 8- 12

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