Weekly outline

  • General

  • 6 August - 12 August

  • 13 August - 19 August

  • 20 August - 26 August

  • 27 August - 2 September

  • 3 September - 9 September

    MONDAY: NO SCHOOL

    HOMEWORK:

    TUESDAY: City of the Beasts Discussion 

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    WEDNESDAY: AP Question #2 Essay

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    BLOCK DAY: AP Practice MC Test

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    • 10 September - 16 September

       

      MONDAY: Heart of Darkness Book Check, Discussed Frame Narrative and annotation, Read Book 1

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      TUESDAY: Peer Score AP Prompt Question #2, Continue reading HOD 

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      WEDNESDAY: Poetic Devices Quiz #4 

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      BLOCK DAY: Heart of Darkness Quiz #1 (Book 1) 

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      • This week

        17 September - 23 September

        KAIROS WEEK 

        MONDAY: Poetic Devices Quiz #4

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        TUESDAY: Read Book 2 and 3 of HOD

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        BLOCK DAY: Read and work on personal statements and essays

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        FRIDAY: Read!

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        • 24 September - 30 September

           

          MONDAY

          HOMEWORK:

          TUESDAY: HOD Quiz #2

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          BLOCK DAY: Heart of Darkness Quiz #3 (Block Day)

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          FRIDAY: No School 

          HOMEWORK: Read TFA Ch. 1-7

           

        • 1 October - 7 October

          Spirit Week 

          MONDAY: Read "An Image of Africa" by China Achebe

          HOMEWORK: Read TFA Ch. 8-11

          TUESDAY: Small Group Discussion 

          HOMEWORK: Read TFA Ch. 12-13

          WEDNESDAY: Large Group Discussion

          HOMEWORK: Read TFA Ch. 14-16

          THURSDAY: Large Group Discussion

          HOMEWORK: Read TFA Ch. 17-19

           

        • 8 October - 14 October

          MONDAY: TFA Book Check, 

          HOMEWORK: Read TFA Ch. 20-22

          TUESDAY:  Finish Reading TFA in class

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          WEDNESDAY:   NATIONAL TESTING DAY

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          BLOCK DAY: Things Fall Apart Assessment

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          • 15 October - 21 October

            • 22 October - 28 October

              MONDAY: Hand back essays and discuss marks and feedback 

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              TUESDAY: Discuss poetry (see document below) 

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              WEDNESDAY: NO SCHOOL 

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              BLOCK DAY: Huck Finn Writing Assignment (come see me if you missed this) 

              HOMEWORK: BRING THE CRUCIBLE TO CLASS MONDAY!

            • 29 October - 4 November

              MONDAY: Note taking on The Crucible (McCarthysim, Arthur Miller, Literary Movement and Social Context) 

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              TUESDAY:  Finish notes

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              WEDNESDAY:  Begin reading The Crucible

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              BLOCK DAY: Continue Reading The Crucible 

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              • 5 November - 11 November

                MONDAY: Read The Crucible EVERYDAY this week in class

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                TUESDAY: The Crucible

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                WEDNESDAY: The Crucible

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                BLOCK DAY: The Crucible

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              • 12 November - 18 November

                MONDAY: Read The Crucible

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                TUESDAY:  Finish The Crucible, begin watching the movie

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                WEDNESDAY: The Crucible Movie

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                BLOCK DAY: Movie and Writing Assignment

                HOMEWORK: COMPLETE THE CRUCIBLE WRITING PROMPT BY MIDNIGHT TONIGHT!

              • 19 November - 25 November

                READ SULA over THANKSGIVING Break!!

                BE WARNED: A writing assessment will be given the day you come back from break!

                • 26 November - 2 December

                  MONDAY: Sula Writing Assessment

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                  TUESDAY: Catch-up on Sula reading

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                  BLOCK DAY:  Sula Questions (see below): 

                  Sula Questions

                  Directions: Choose 4 questions and complete the answers on your own sheet of paper. You may not use your Chromebook.

                   

                  1. List at least three places where grief is seen in the novel, explaining what has caused the grief. Compare and contrast the way that the grief is expressed by the different characters.

                  2. Morrison uses many repeated images and symbols in the novel. Explain at least three of them and their significance in terms of, character, plot, or theme.

                  3. How does Morrison bridge the gap and hold the novel together between Part One and Part Two, which are separated in time by ten years?

                  4. Discuss the significance of names in the novel. (Some examples: Nel Wright, Eva and Sula Peace, Jude)

                  5. Fire is a repeated image in the novel. Discuss where it is seen and its importance to the meaning of the novel.

                  6. What do you think happens to Sula between Part One and Part Two? Is it important to the novel? Why or why not?

                  7. What are the major and minor themes of the novel?

                  8. Explain why the novel is a tragedy.

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                  FRIDAY: 

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                  • 3 December - 9 December

                    MONDAY-FRIDAY: CATCH UP WEEK!!! 

                    STUDENT SHOULD USE THIS WEEK TO MAKE UP MISSING ASSIGNMENTS, ASSESSMENTS, OR READINGS THAT WERE NOT COMPLETED DURING THE SEMESTER!

                     

                    • 10 December - 16 December

                      Finals Week 

                      CHRISTMAS BREAK HOMEWORK: BUY AND READ The Stranger by Albert Camus

                      WARNING: ASSESSMENT ON THE NOVELLA WILL BE ON WED, JAN 4th!!!

                       

                      • 17 December - 23 December

                        • 24 December - 30 December

                          • 31 December - 6 January

                          • 7 January - 13 January

                          • 14 January - 20 January

                          • 21 January - 27 January

                          • 28 January - 3 February

                          • 4 February - 10 February

                          • 11 February - 17 February

                          • 18 February - 24 February

                          • 25 February - 3 March

                          • 4 March - 10 March

                          • 11 March - 17 March

                          • 18 March - 24 March

                          • 25 March - 31 March

                          • 1 April - 7 April

                          • 8 April - 14 April

                            MONDAY: Shakespeare intro (TedEd Videos)

                            TUESDAY: King Lear Quiz Preparation packet

                            WEDNESDAY: Read King Lear

                            Read King Lear Act I-III by April 24th

                            King Lear Quiz Act I-III on April 25th 

                          • 15 April - 21 April

                            Spring Break

                            • 22 April - 28 April

                            • 29 April - 5 May

                              MONDAY: Practice AP Multiple Choice Test

                              TUESDAY: Practice AP Essay

                              WEDNESDAY: AP EXAM!!!!

                              THURSDAY: Senior Final Project

                              FRIDAY: Senior Final Project

                              • 6 May - 12 May

                                Work on Senior Final Project

                                (bring all necessary materials) 

                                • 13 May - 19 May

                                  Senior Exams and Graduation Activities

                                  • 20 May - 26 May

                                    • 27 May - 2 June

                                      • 3 June - 9 June