Weekly outline

  • General

  • 5 August - 11 August

  • 12 August - 18 August

  • 19 August - 25 August

  • 26 August - 1 September

  • 2 September - 8 September

     

  • 9 September - 15 September

  • This week

    16 September - 22 September

  • 23 September - 29 September

  • 30 September - 6 October

  • 7 October - 13 October

    • 14 October - 20 October

       

      ESSAY DUE SUNDAY NIGHT ON TURNITIN.COM

      (MONDAY MORNING ON PAPER IN CLASS) 

    • 21 October - 27 October

      MONDAY: Essay Due!! Transcendentalism and The Scarlet Letter wiritng assignment (see below) 

      Transcendentalism and The Scarlet Letter (1 page minimum):

      This novel conveys many Transcendental (or Anti-Transcendental) elements; what are some of the tenets of this movement which can be seen in the novel? Give quotes from the novel to support your ideas and make sure to thoroughly explain the connections. 

      HOMEWORK:

      TUESDAY: Turn in all Unit Work (see list below), Check Annotations 

      The Scarlet Letter Unit Work 

      Setting Worksheet

      Symbols Worksheet

      Transcendentalism and The Scarlet Letter Writing Assignment

      HOMEWORK:

      BLOCK DAY: Watch Easy A

      HOMEWORK: 

      FRIDAY: Watch Easy A

      HOMEWORK:

      • 28 October - 3 November

        MONDAY: No School 

        HOMEWORK:

        TUESDAY:  Discussion 

        HOMEWORK:

        WEDNESDAY: Realism/Naturalism background, Read and complete "War is Kind" by Stephen Crane annotation and questions

        HOMEWORK: 

        BLOCK DAY:  Review "War is Kind", Read The Grave and complete the writing assignment below

        The Grave Writing Assignment

        How does this short story convey the tenets of Realism/Naturalism? Give 2 quotes to support your ideas and explain how they connect to the story and the tenets you have pointed out. Your response should be no less than one page. 

        HOMEWORK: 

        • 4 November - 10 November

          MONDAY: Trifles

          HOMEWORK: 

          TUESDAY: Trifles 

          HOMEWORK: 

          WEDNESDAY: Trifles

          HOMEWORK: 

          THURSDAY: 

          Complete the Trifles Writing Assignment (See Below)

          Trifles Writing Assignment

          What tenets of Realism/Naturalism are revealed in the play? How are those elements seen in the story? Give specific examples. You do not need to use quotes, but you need to be specific. 

          HOMEWORK:

          FRIDAY: No School 

          HOMEWORK: 

           

        • 11 November - 17 November

          MONDAY: Read The Necklace

          HOMEWORK:

          TUESDAY: Finish The Necklace and Discuss

          HOMEWORK: 

          WEDNESDAY:  Begin In Class Essay

          HOMEWORK:

          BLOCK DAY: Finish, type, and submit In class Essay, Turn in Unit Work (see below)

          Realism/Naturalism Unit Work 

          1. War is Kind annotations and questions

          2. The Grave Writing Assignment

          3. Trifles Writing Assignment

          HOMEWORK: 

        • 18 November - 24 November

          THANKSGIVING BREAK

           

          • 25 November - 1 December

            MONDAY: Modernism Background PPT

            HOMEWORK:

            TUESDAY:  Anthem background and begin reading

            HOMEWORK:

            WEDNESDAY: Journal and discussion: How similar is our society to the society presented and described in Anthem? What are some similarities and differences?

            Read Anthem Ch. 1-2

            HOMEWORK: 

            BLOCK DAY: Journal and discussion: Write a paragraph about yourself; what makes you unique? What makes you an individual? Why are these things important?

            Read Anthem Ch. 3-5

            HOMEWORK:

             

            • 2 December - 8 December

               

            • 16 December - 22 December

            • 23 December - 29 December

              • 30 December - 5 January

                • 6 January - 12 January

                • 13 January - 19 January

                • 20 January - 26 January

                • 27 January - 2 February

                • 3 February - 9 February

                • 10 February - 16 February

                • 17 February - 23 February

                • 24 February - 2 March

                • 3 March - 9 March

                • 10 March - 16 March

                • 17 March - 23 March

                • 24 March - 30 March

                   

                • 31 March - 6 April

                • 7 April - 13 April

                • 14 April - 20 April

                • 21 April - 27 April

                • 28 April - 4 May

                   

                • 5 May - 11 May

                • 12 May - 18 May

                • 19 May - 25 May

                  FINALS 

                • 26 May - 1 June