Weekly outline

  • General

  • 7 August - 13 August

  • 14 August - 20 August

  • 21 August - 27 August

  • 28 August - 3 September

  • 4 September - 10 September

     

  • 11 September - 17 September

  • 18 September - 24 September

  • 25 September - 1 October

    MONDAY: Turn in all Unit Work, Review Puritan Background, The Scarlet Letter Book Check

    HOMEWORK

    TUESDAY:  Read The Scarlet Letter  Ch. 1 and discuss

    HOMEWORK: Read Ch. 2-3

    BLOCK DAY: Review Scarlet Letter Essay, Read Ch.4-6

    HOMEWORK: Read Ch. 7-10 by Monday, Ch. 1-6 Quiz Monday!!

    NO SCHOOL FRIDAY!

  • 2 October - 8 October

    Spirit Week 

    MONDAY: The Scarlet Letter Quiz Ch. 1-6

    HOMEWORK: Read Ch. 7-8

    TUESDAY: Setting Worksheet

    HOMEWORK: Read Ch. 9-10

    WEDNESDAY:  Essay reminders (symbols and thesis statement) 

    HOMEWORK: Read Ch. 11-12

    THURSDAY: Catch up on Reading and review Setting Worksheet

    HOMEWORK: Catch up on reading, The Scarlet Letter Quiz  Ch. 13-19 on Friday

    FRIDAY: The Scarlet Letter Quiz Ch. 7-12

    HOMEWORK: Read Ch. 13-15

    • 9 October - 15 October

      MONDAY: Review weekend reading, work on setting chart

      HOMEWORK: Read Ch. 15-16 , Quiz Ch. 13-19 Friday 

      TUESDAY:   Symbols Worksheet

      HOMEWORK:  Read Ch. 17-19 by Friday

      WEDNESDAY:  National Testing Day, NO CLASS

      HOMEWORK:

      THURSDAY:  Symbols Worksheet (Due tomorrow) 

      HOMEWORK

      FRIDAY: The Scarlet Letter Ch. 13-19 Quiz, Review Symbols Worksheet

      HOMEWORK: Finish Reading the novel by Monday, Quiz Ch. 20-24 Monday

      • 16 October - 22 October

        MONDAY: SL Quiz Ch. 20-24 BLOCK DAY, Catch up on reading and worksheets

        HOMEWORK:

        TUESDAY:  Essay Writing  (thesis statement, MLA format, works cited page, parenthetical citation)

        HOMEWORK:

        WEDNESDAY: Essay Writing

        HOMEWORK:

        BLOCK DAY: Ch. 20-24 Quiz , Review Elements of Essay Writing

        HOMEWORK:

         

        ESSAY DUE SUNDAY NIGHT ON TURNITIN.COM

        (MONDAY MORNING ON PAPER IN CLASS) 

      • 23 October - 29 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:

        • 30 October - 5 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: 

          • 6 November - 12 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: 

             

          • 13 November - 19 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: 

          • 20 November - 26 November

            THANKSGIVING BREAK

             

            • 27 November - 3 December

              MONDAY:

              HOMEWORK:

              TUESDAY:  

              HOMEWORK: 

              BLOCK DAY

              HOMEWORK:

              FRIDAY:  

              HOMEWORK: 

               

              • 4 December - 10 December

                COMPLETE THE IN- CLASS ESSAY ALL WEEK

              • 11 December - 17 December

                Finals Week 

                CHRISTMAS BREAK HOMEWORK: Buy The Great Gatsby by F. S. Fitzgerald AND BRING IT TO CLASS ON WED, JAN 4TH!!

                • 18 December - 24 December

                  • 25 December - 31 December

                    • 1 January - 7 January

                    • 8 January - 14 January

                      MONDAY: Begin TGG reading Ch. 2, Work on Ch. 1 Study Guide Questions

                      HOMEWORK:

                      TUESDAY: Finish reading TGG Ch. 2, Finish Study Guide Questions for Ch. 1 and 2

                      HOMEWORK:

                      WEDNESDAY: Read all of Ch. 3

                      HOMEWORK:

                      BLOCK DAY: Vocab Quiz #6, Complete Ch. 3 study guide questions, Begin Reading Ch. 4

                      HOMEWORK:

                    • 15 January - 21 January

                      MONDAY: NO SCHOOL 

                      TUESDAY: Finish reading Ch. 4, Do study guide questions

                      BLOCK DAY:  The Great Gatsby Quiz Ch. 1-4Read Ch. 5

                      FRIDAY: Finish reading Ch. 5, Do SGQ

                    • 22 January - 28 January

                      Monday- Read Ch. 6

                      Tuesday- Movie

                      Wednesday- Movie

                      Block Day-  Vocab Quiz #7, Read Ch. 7, Assign Gatsby Essay

                    • 29 January - 4 February

                    • 5 February - 11 February

                    • 12 February - 18 February

                    • 19 February - 25 February

                    • 26 February - 4 March

                      MONDAY: Review Harlem Renaissance readings, Collect 2 HR assignments, Begin Post-Modernism Background notes

                      TUESDAY: Finish notes, begin reading Death of a Salesman 

                      BLOCK DAY: Read DOAS, Act I (pages 1000-1036)

                      FRIDAY: Finish reading Act I of DOAS

                    • 5 March - 11 March

                    • 12 March - 18 March

                    • 19 March - 25 March

                    • 26 March - 1 April

                      MONDAY: Catcher in the Rye Quiz (Ch. 1-6) 

                      HOMEWORK: Read Ch. 7

                      TUESDAY: Read Ch. 8-9

                      HOMEWORK: Read through Ch. 10

                      WEDNESDAY: Read Ch. 11-12

                      HOMEWORK: Read Ch. 13

                      BLOCK DAY: Vocab Quiz #12, Read Ch.14

                      HOMEWORK: Catch up on reading, QUIZ (Ch. 7-14) Monday

                       

                    • 2 April - 8 April

                    • 9 April - 15 April

                    • 16 April - 22 April

                    • 23 April - 29 April

                    • 30 April - 6 May

                      MONDAY: Read and Annotate Shakespeare Sonnet  and Milton Poem (packet)

                      TUESDAY: Read and Annotate Dylan Thomas and Matthew Arnold Poems(packet)

                      WEDNESDAY: Read and Annotate Sharon Olds Poems (packet)

                      THURSDAY: Read and Annotate Robert Frost Poem (packet)

                      FRIDAY: Work on Poetry Project (DUE MONDAY)

                      Annotated Poems DUE MONDAY!!

                      • 7 May - 13 May

                        Poetry Projects Due

                        Presentations ALL Week

                        • 21 May - 27 May

                          FINALS 

                          • 28 May - 3 June