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: 

    HOMEWORK

    TUESDAY:  

    HOMEWORK: 

    BLOCK DAY: 

    HOMEWORK

    NO SCHOOL FRIDAY!

  • 2 October - 8 October

    MONDAY: ANNOTATION CHECK! Review Thesis Statement, Write Essay Thesis Statement

    HOMEWORK:

    TUESDAY: Review Textual Citation and body paragraph structure, Continue Writing Body Paragraphs

    HOMEWORK: 

    WEDNESDAY:  Continue Writing

    HOMEWORK: 

    BLOCK DAY: Continue Writing, Review Citation Format

    HOMEWORK:

    • 9 October - 15 October

      MONDAY: Unexpected Absence, Finish Essay

      HOMEWORK:

      TUESDAY:  Unexpected Absence, Finish Essay 

      HOMEWORK: 

      WEDNESDAY:  Self Edit, Peer Edit, Turn in Unit Work

      HOMEWORK:

      BLOCK DAY:  Easy A

      HOMEWORK

    • 16 October - 22 October

      MONDAY: Continue watching movie (Easy A)

      HOMEWORK:

      TUESDAY: Collect Unit Work, Begin reading and annotating Emerson Excerpts

      HOMEWORK:

      WEDNESDAY: NATIONAL TESTING DAY, NO CLASS

      HOMEWORK:

      BLOCK DAY: VOCAB QUIZ #1Continue reading Emerson, Read Thoreau, Complete Transcendentalism Chart, Watch Respect for life video 

      HOMEWORK:

       

    • 23 October - 29 October

      MONDAY: Complete and review Transcendentalism work, read Emily **inson Poems  (Go to "Poetryfoundation.org", in the search box type in "Emily **inson", when the result comes up, click on the name and it will take you to her page. Click on the tab that says "Poems, Articles, and more". There you will find 60 Emily **inson poems- read "Hope is a Thing with Feather" and about 9 other poems of your choice). After you are done reading the poems, complete the writing assignment below. 

      HOMEWORK:

      TUESDAY: Turn in Transcendentalism work (Emerson excerpts, Thoreau reading and questions, Trans Chart), Continue reading Emily **inson and complete the writing assignment below: 

      Emily **inson Writing Response: (about 1 1/2 pages) What poetic devices are most obvious in **inson's poetry? Give 2 examples (with citations and explanations) from "Hope is the thing with feathers". What do you like about this author's poetry and style (pick 1 thing!)? What do you dislike about her poetry and style? What might "Hope is the thing with feathers" be about? How do you know? How does it connect to R/T? Support your ideas through textual evidence and citations. 

      HOMEWORK:

      WEDNESDAY: NO SCHOOL 

      HOMEWORK:

      BLOCK DAY: VOCAB QUIZ #2, Receive work back, start on background for Of Mice and Men 

      HOMEWORK: Bring Of Mice and Men to class on Monday!

    • 30 October - 5 November

      MONDAY: Book Check for Of Mice and Men (postponed to 11/1) Background info on Naturalism and Realism (notes)

      HOMEWORK:

      TUESDAY:  Book Check, Read Ch. 1 in class

      HOMEWORK:

      WEDNESDAY: Read Ch. 2 in class (finish for homework)

      HOMEWORK: Finish reading Ch. 2 by Block Day 

      BLOCK DAY: Vocab Quiz #3 AND Of Mice and Men Quiz (Ch. 1-2), Read Ch. 3 in class 

      HOMEWORK: Finish Reading Ch. 3 by Monday

    • 6 November - 12 November

      MONDAY: Read Ch. 4

      HOMEWORK: Finish Ch. 4 for homework

      TUESDAY: Read Ch.5 

      HOMEWORK: Finish Ch. 5 for homework

      BLOCK DAY: Vocabulary Quiz #4, Finish reading Of Mice and Men

      HOMEWORK: Finish reading Of Mice and Men 

      FRIDAY: NO SCHOOL

      HOMEWORK: 

       

    • 13 November - 19 November

      MONDAY:  Of Mice and Men Pop Quiz on Ch. 6, Review themes and story

      HOMEWORK:

      TUESDAY: Animal Imagery Worksheet, Begin M&M movie

      HOMEWORK: 

      WEDNESDAY:  Vocabulary Quiz #5, continue watching movie

      HOMEWORK:

      BLOCK DAY: Of Mice and Men Test , finish movie

      HOMEWORK: 

    • 20 November - 26 November

      THANKSGIVING BREAK

      PLEASE PURCHASE AND BE ABLE TO ACCESS THE "MYWRITINGCOACH" AND NORTON ANTHOLOGY TEXTBOOK BY THE TIME YOU COME BACK FROM BREAK!!

      • 27 November - 3 December

        MONDAY: Read Trifles  

        HOMEWORK:

        TUESDAY:  Trifles

        HOMEWORK: 

        BLOCK DAY: Discuss Trifles and the in class essay

        HOMEWORK:

        FRIDAY: Of Mice and Men movie and comparison 

        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