ENGLISH 9 Remind Class code : 4f4276
Second Semester Periods 1, 2, 3, & 6
4th Quarter The Odyssey
Friday: finish veiwing the film The Odyssey
Continue to work on game board--due on day of your final
Thursday: Continue to work on game board
Continue to answer study guide questions for the film The Odyssey
This study guide will be due June 4th (Monday)
Wednesday: work on game board project for The Odyssey
continue to answer the final study guide questions for extra credit
Thursday: Hand out Final Project instructions and rubric
Begin gameboard project.
This will be due on the day of your final.
Wednesday: Presentations for chapters 5-7
Due today 3 paragraphs.
Tuesday: The Odysssey Chapter Presentations
Today Chapters 1-4
You will respond to one of the prompts for each chapter. This would equal 4 paragraphs unless you are in one of the chapter presentations than it would be 3 paragraphs.
Monday: Write Response Letter from Odysseus to Penelope or Telemachus
computer lab Rm. 1114 to type and print letter Due today
Friday: The Odyssey Part 2 Group Project is due today for review
Pass back Letters to do response letter. We will be in the computer lab Rm. 1114 Monday to type and print it. Due Monday
Project presentations will be Tuesday Chapters 1-4 and Wednesday Chapters 5-7
Thursday: Continue to work on your Part 2 Odyssey Project in groups
All parts are due tomorrow for inspection before being presented
Wednesday: Turn in your Mythological Creature Project: Creature Picture, MLA Typed Essay and Rubric
Presentations today for your Creature
Continue to work on your Odyssey Chapter Project: Write Script, Answer study guide questions, Write short answer quiz questions with answers, Choose two literary devices, Write thematic prompts and prepare for your presentation as a group
Tuesday: Part 2 The Odyssey
Hand out Group Teaching Activity for The Odyssey Part 2
Read your assigned chapter and begin writing the script as instructed on the hand out
Presentations will be May 22 (Chapters 1, 2, 3 and 4) May 23 (Chapters 5, 6, and 7)
Friday: Part 2 The Odyssey Project--organize groups
View Part 1 The Odyssey Answer movie questions & compare to text
Thursday: Computer Lab Type letter
Wednesday: Instruct Letter format Due Friday
Hand out sample and rubric with assignment to write letter from Odysseus to Penelope or Telemachus
Tuesday: Continue Drawing Map Due Wed.
Read P.1010-1017 "The Cattle of the Sun God"
Draw Map of Odysseus' Travels
Hand out rubric
April 30- May 4
Monday: Text p.986-999 read the Cyclops
Complete Study Guide
Tuesday: Hand out Mythological Creature Project Due May 11
Begin research at home and bring it Friday to work in class
Wednesday: Collect Study Guide for "Sailing from Troy", "The Lotus Eaters" & "The Cyclops"
Read p.999-1004 "The Land of the Dead"
Complete New Study Guide
Thursday: Read p.1005 "The Sirens" p. 1007 Scylla & Charybdis
Complete Study Guide
Group Activity: The Cyclops Project A: Alternate Plan B: The Trial Due today
Friday: Quiz "The Cyclops"
Work on Mythological Creature Project due May 11th
Friday: Collect Crossword with vocabulary work on back
Read Text p.981-985 "Sailing of Troy" & "the Lotus Eaters"
Hand out Study Guide complete answers for sections read today
Thursday: School City Benchmark test in library
Wednesday: Quizlet Introduction of Characters also Text p.982
Notes due today
Hand out Crossword puzzle Due Friday
Tuesday: Turn in Group activity Hero Project today
PPT Introduction to The Odyssey Take Notes and turn in for participation points
Monday: Poetry Unit Test Turn in review PPT worksheet with test
What is an Epic Hero? PPT take notes/group activity
Review PPT Poetry Unit Test Monday
Thursday: Haiku/Hokku/Sonnet Poetry p. 954-960
Hand out rubric to write Haiku
Quiz: The Seven Ages of Man
Wednesday: Collect typed Lyric poem with rubric
Read "The Seven Ages of Man" p. 945
Hand out worksheet to analyze the stages Due Today
Tuesday: Finish Storybook and share with class
Monday: Narrative & Dramatic Poetry
Read p. 938-939 for type information
Read "The Raven" Page 940
Create a storybook with six pictures to reveal the plot line. Also write one sentence in each box to tell what is happening at each point. Due Tuesday
Monday: Lyric Poetry Read "The Bells" p.930-934
Hand out worksheet: Lyric Poetry and Sound Devices &reading Strategies for Listening Due Friday
Tuesday: Read p.926-934 Uphill, On Summer & Ecclesiastes 1-3
finish worksheet from yesterday Due Friday
Wednesday: Hand out rubric to write Lyric poem Due next Wed. April 18th
Practice Quiz over Poetic Sound Devices
Thursday: Quiz Lyric Poetry
Turn in Sound Device Poem
Friday: Limerick Poetry
Hand out paper with instructions to write a limerick
Write a limerick Due today
April 3-6 Welcome back
Friday: Text p. 906 & 908 "The Eagle" & "Hope"
Worksheet: Figurative Language & Analysis Due Tues.
Thursday: What is the American Dream? Answer 6 questions due today
Text p. 903-905 Read Poems "Dream Deferred" and "Dreams" Analyze rhyme scheme and figurative language due Today
Hand out rubric to write poem with sound devices. Due Next Thurs April 12th 50 points
Be sure to highlight and label your sound deivces. Choose your number of syllables per line and establish a pattern. Extra Credit 10 points for a hand drawn picture and a poem that rhymes.
Quick Activity in groups to review sound devices
Quiz Sound Devices
Collect Worksheet from yesterday
Group discussion for "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud"
Tuesday: Review for Sound Device Quiz
Text p. 894-898 "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud" Read and analyze using worksheet called
Rhyme Scheme and Senses Due Wed
Friday: Hyperbole Power Point take notes/answer 5 questions with regard to the poem "Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout"
Thursday: Onomatopoeia worksheet and rubric to create an animal poem Due Friday
Wednesday: Power Point Onomatopoeia take notes and do all activities within the ppt
Create comic strip/use rubric for guide to point value due Thurs.
Tuesday: Power Point Sound Devices Continued
Hand Out for taking notes with worksheet on the back
Use highlighters to identify each sound device and make a legend due Wed.
Monday: Poetic Sound Devices Power Point Alliteration Take Notes
Worksheet: Alliteration--do in class--due Tues.
Friday: Test Act 5 content and vocabulary
Due Today: Act 5 study guide, Cause and Effect worksheet, and Advertisement Project (poster and MLA formatted spoken advertisement)
Thursday: Continue viewing movie and finish list of 10 reasons due today
Wednesday: Write definition for the term parody from board
View: Gnomeo and Juliet Write down 10 reasons it is a parody to Romeo and Juliet.
Tuesday: Preregistration with Mr. Jackson giving presentation Packet due 21st March
Monday: Finish Act 5 Study Guide Do Final discussion questions on the back
Hand out Daily Events Chart (Take notes) and Cause and Effect Worksheet
Friday: Read Act 5 Scene 3
Finish study guide and back side A Final Discussion worksheet Due Tuesday
Wednesday and Thursday: Computer lab Rm. 1115 to Work on Spoken Advertisement for the Production of Romeo and Juliet Projecct due March 16th with poster and spoken advertisement written in MLA format
Tuesday: Benchmark Test Revision Computer lab Library
Monday: Collect Warm Ups #24-28
Hand out new vocabulary and study guide for Act 5 Romeo and Juliet
Work on Act 5 vocabulary Due Wed.
Listen to Act 5 Scene 1 & 2
Answer Study Guide questions for Act 5 Scene 1 & 2
February 26-March 2
Friday: Warm Up # 28
Loyalty is often an admired value in a friend, relative, or mentor. On the other hand, the lack of loyalty can lead to conflict. Choose one character in Romeo and Juliet and discuss how loyalty (or the lack fhereof) is a driving force in their lives.
Quiz Content and Vocabulary Act 4
View film version/find differences with text/exit ticket
Warm Ups Due Monday
Thursday: Warm Up # 27
If Romeo and Juliet were modern teenagers, they would be unlikely to turn to a monk and a nurse for advice/help. Who would their modern mentors be and why?
Review Act 4 using discussion questions in groups
Begin working on project advertisement and commercial for R&J
Wednesday: Warm Up #26
Examine the relationships among Romeo, Benvolio, and Mercutio. What philosophies of life does each represent?
Do the language of grief worksheet found on the back of the study guide.
Hand out new project guide to create an advertisement and commercial for the production of Romeo and Juliet. Due March 16th.
Review characters of play using quotes and character descriptions (oral)
Tuesday: Warm Up # 25
On the surface, the nurse and the friar seem very different: she is bawdy, he is pious. Upon closer examination, however, the characters are similar—they both help romeo and Juliet.
Analyze the motivations of both the nurse and the friar in their attempts to help the young lovers and discuss the rightness or wrongness of their decisions.
Read Act 4 Scenes 4 and 5
Finish answering study guide questions
Monday: Warm Up # 24
In Act 4 Scene 1 is Juliet being fair when she talks to Paris? Discuss the way you would have handled a similar encounter. Write this as a persuasive response. (use support)
Hand out Act 4 Study Guide (answer all questions through today's readings)
Read Act 4 Scenes 1, 2 and 3
Choose any scene in Romeo and Juliet Acts 1, 2 or 3 and rewrite it in modern English. You may change the setting, but try to keep it modern. You may work with a partner.
Please continue rewriting your chosen scene from Romeo and Juliet. Today you must add a picture as a cover page to your scene with a title. This mini project will be due Tuesday next week.
Read Romeo and Juliet Act 4 Scenes 1, 2 and 3 page 845-851 be able to answer applicable questions on page 857
Thursday: Warm Up # 23
Warm Up #23
At the beginning of the play, we find Romeo in love with love. When he meets Juliet, however, he is convinced that he loves her, not merely the abstract emotion. Juliet, also, believes she loves Romeo, the person. How do we know that Juliet is indeed in love with Romeo, and not merely experiencing her first infatuation?
Act 4 New Vocabulary Due next Wed.
Wednesday: Character Analysis and Relationship Chart Due Thursday
Tuesday: Quiz Act 3 vocabulary and content
View Movie through act 3
Monday Warm Up # 22
A sonnet is a 14-line poem with every other line and the last two lines rhyming. Where are the two sonnets we have read in class located? What purpose do they serve in the dramatic play of Romeo and Juliet?
Review Act 3 using Discussion Questions
View Movie and compare to text Turn in exit ticket
Friday: Warm Up #21
Warm Up #21
In Act 1 the Prologue states that this is the story of “star-crossed lovers.” There are four strong foreshadowings of evil in Act 1.
Identify at least two foreshadowings and explain their purpose.
Review Study Guide Act 3/Review Vocabulary Act 3 Quiz next Tuesday
View Movie R&J (Write 3 differences between the movie and text) Turn in Exit ticket today
Thursday: Warm Up # 20
Warm Up #20
Aside: words spoken by an actor supposedly heard only by the audience
Act 2 Scene 2 Line 25
Romeo says, “She speaks.”
He is not talking to Juliet, the only other person on stage. Only the audience is intended to hear this line.
What is the other aside in this scene? Look for the word aside in brackets, as a stage direction.
Collect Letter of advice to Romeo
Read Act 3 Scene 5
Finish Act 3 study guide Due Friday
Wednesday: Library Computer Lab Type Letter Due Thursday
Collect Contrasting Images
Tuesday: Warm Up # 19
Warm Up #19
Paradox: a true statement even though it seems to be saying two opposite things (a paradox is a device that appears to contradict itself, yet it holds true)
Ex: The infant rind of a small flower contains both poison and medicine. That’s a contradictory statement that’s also true.
Ex: Act 1 Scene Line 185
Romeo referring to love: “a choking gall and a preserving sweet”
Find another paradox in Act 2 Scene 6 lines 9-15
Read Act 3 Scene 3 & 4
Worksheet: Contrasting Images Due Wednesday
Monday: Warm Up #18
Warm Up # 18
Tragic characters are a mix of both good and evil. For most people, the name Romeo brings to mind thoughts of young love. Romeo, however, is more than a lover. Discuss how Romeo is a mixture of desirable and undesirable qualities.
Collect Warm Ups #13-18
Letter Format/Write a letter of advice to Romeo Due Thursday
January 29-February 2
Friday: Warm Up #17
Identify two characters in Act 1 who are foils for each other.
Explain how they are character foils.
Read Act 3 Scene 2
View movie version of Romeo and Juliet
Exit Ticket: Write about 3 differences between the text and movie version.
Thursday: Warm up #16
Write Juliet's or Romeo's diary entry after the balcony sceneContinue to work on project from yesterday. Collect today.
Collect News Story
Wednesday: Warm up #15
What is your opinion of "love at first sight"? Explain, including your description of what makes two people instantly attracted to each other.
Hand out Two Street Murders/News Story Project Due Thursday
Collect Act 3 Vocabulary
Tuesday: Warm Up #14: What literary term is being used in the following quote
Friar: "The day to cheer and night's dank dew to dry..." (metaphor, simile, alliterartion, personification)
Collect: Wedding Vows and Discussion Questions Act 2
Read: Act 3 Scene 1
Hand out Act 3 study guide and vocabulary
Work on vocabulary in class. Due Wednesday
Monday: Warm up 13 Create a logo for Romeo and Juliet
Collect Act 2 Study Guide
Sign up for Act 3 reading
Continue working on Discussion Questions for Act 2 Due Tuesday
View Romeo and Juliet movie: Using the exit ticket write 3 difference of the movie to the text version
Friday: Warm up # 12 Act 2 Scene 2 Line 4 Identify the literary term used.
Quiz Act 1 and 2
Act 2 Discussion Questions---Due Tuesday
Act 2 Study Guide Due Monday
Thursday: Warm up # 11 Act 2 Scene 2 Line 3 Identify the literary term used.
Read Act 2 Scene 5 & 6
Write wedding vows---DueTuesday
Wednesday: Warm up # 10 Act 2 Scene 1 Line 3 Prologue Identify the literary term used.
Read Act 2 Scene 3 & 4
Collect Act 2 Vocabulary (27 sentences)
Tuesday: Warm up #9 What literary term is being used in Act 2 Scene 2 Lines 94-101?
Collect Act 1 Study Guide
Read Act 2 Prologue p. 795 and Scene 1 & 2
Hand out Prologue Project Due Feb. 2
Monday: Hand out Act 2 vocabulary and study guide
Begin writing the 27 sentences for the vocabulary Due Wed.
Continue working on Act 1 Study Guide Due Tues.
Friday: Warm up # 8 Act 1 Scene 1 lines 167-172 Find the oxymorons and explain their meanings.
Quiz Act 1 Vocabulary and Act 1 Scene 1
Turn in Warm ups 5-8 today and Family Relationship Chart including Capulets, Montagues & Neutrals
Sign up for Act 2 part
Extra Credit Project: Mercutio's Mab Speech
Thursday: Warm up #7 Act 1 Scene 1 Romeo speaks lines 181-182. What is the metaphor and what is being compared?
Read Act 1 Scene 4 & 5
Discussion group questions due today
Wednesday: Warm up # 6 Write the pun on page 771.
Read Act 1 Scene 2 & 3
Create a chart to show all characters family relationships. Due Friday
Tuesday: Warm up # 5 Create a Venn diagram to show the differences between Shakespeare's time and ours.
Read Act 1 Scene 1
Hand out Study Guide for Act 1 Scene 1
Due tomorrow Act 1 Vocabulary and Prologue questions
Friday: Warm up from You Tube (How to rap Shakespeare CBCC)
Read from Textbook p. 729-731 & p.764-769
Sign up for parts to read Act 1 Tuesday
Also read the prologue for Romeo and Juliet p.771 Complete worksheet front and back including
vocabulary 14 sentences
Thursday: Warm up from You Tube (MC:Lars at Ted X USC 14.36 mins)
The Hip Hop of Shakespeare (Use same response as Tuesday)
Power Point: The structure of Romeo and Juliet (worksheet to take notes will be checked off for completion today)
Wednesday: Warm up from You Tube Ted Talks (Nativ Lang) What Shakespeare's English Sounded Like and How We Know. 6.33 mins.
Use response from Tuesday.
Power Point: Literary Terms for Romeo and Juliet (complete worksheet as notes) I will check off for completion today>
Tuesday: Warm up: Ted Talks (You Tube) with Akala 20.23 mins.
Respond with the following:
Hip Hop and Shakespeare
1. Write one thing you know about Shakespeare.
2. Write two things you learn about Shakespeare.
3. Write about one thing you observe.
4. Write one question.
Finish poster:Due today
Monday: Power Point Class Rules and course syllabus
Complete worksheet during presentation. Due this Friday Signed by Parent/guardian
Poster contest: Create a poster for the no cell phone class policy
First Semester Periods 1, 2, 3, & 6
Remind Connect with class code 4f4276
Thursday and Friday: View TKAM film version
Worksheet: Answer 25 of 58 movie questions Due with Final
Wednesday: Journal #50 Turn in Journals #48-50
Worksheet: Characters as mirrored and foiled Pairs Due Friday
Homework: TKAM read Ch 28-31
Tuesday: Journal # 49
Worksheet: Characters as symbols Due tomorrow
Homework: Read TKAM Ch 25-27
Quiz: Ch 15-21 content and vocabulary Turn in study guide
Monday: Power Point Literary Terms Review associated with TKAM
Worksheet to take notes (use on final)
Homework Read TKAM Ch 22-24
Collect Thematic Essay with in text Citations and rubric
Friday: Journal # 47
Read script from film of TKAM Chapter 19 (all take parts)
Collect Journals #45-47
Essay Due Monday
Thursday: Library to type essay
Wednesday: Library to type essay
Tuesday: Journal #46
Write Thesis Statement and begin body paragraphs
Collect Voc Ch 15-21
Monday: Journal #45
Homework Read Ch 16-18 by Friday
Power Point take notes Thematic Essay
Choose theme topic today
Hand out rubric for essay Due next Monday MLA format
November 27-Dec. 1
Friday: Journal #44
Quiz Ch 12-14 content
Collect Journals #41-44
Collect Study Guide Ch 12-14
Read Ch 16 homework
Hand Out new voc. ch 15-21 due Tues.
Thursday: CHKS library
Read Ch 15
Wednesday: Journal #43
Read TKAM Ch 13-14
Collect Vocabulary Ch 12-14
Tuesday: Journal #42
Finish Gallery Walk and turn in worksheet
Read TKAM Ch 12
Hand out new vocabulary and study guide
Monday: Gallery Walk Classic Trials with response worksheet
Friday: Quiz Unit 1 content TKAM and Ch 8-11 Voc
Thursday: Review Chapters 8-11
Bingo to review characters
Check off Voc Ch 8-11 and Study guide Ch 8-11
Check off character review worksheet
Wednesday: School City Benchmark Test in library
Tuesday: Journal #39
Read Chapter 10-11
Character Review worksheet
Collect Boo Radley's House with detail worksheet
Monday: TKAM Read chapters 8-9
Thursday: Journal #37
Quiz Ch 4-7 content and vocabulary
Collect Journals #34-37 hand written only
Hand out new vocabulary Ch 8-11
Remember Boo Radley's house is due Tuesday
Wednesday: Journal #36
Discussion Groups Review Ch 4-7
Tuesday: Journal #35
Collect Ch 4-7 Study Guide and vocabulary
Hand out guide for drawing Boo Radley's House Due next Tuesday
Monday: Journal #34
Read Chapters 6-7 TKAM
Finish study guide ch 4-7 and vocabulary sentences
October 30- November 3
Friday: Journal # 33
Collect Journals # 31-33
Continue reading chapter 4 and read chapter 5 TKAM
Begin chapter 6 if time
Thursday: Journal # 32
Quiz Vocabulary Ch 1-3 and Content
Allusion sharing Chapter 4
Read Chapter 4
Hand out new vocabulary Chapters 4-7 Due next Tuesday
Wednesday: Journal #31
Quiz nonfiction readings
Review Chapters 1-3 using discussion groups and sharing with class
Tuesday: View "The Pit and the Pendulum" Respond to question on screen
Does the narrator deserve sympathy?
Monday: Collect Ch 1-3 vocabulary sentences and study guide
Review nonfiction readings using powerpoint
Take notes on worksheet/may use on test Wed.
Friday: Journal #30
Share Allusion significance
Read Chapter 3 TKAM
Collect Journals 28-30
Chapter 1-3 voc. and study guides due Monday
Thursday: Journal # 29
Share allusion significance
Read Chapter 2 TKAM
Check 3 page worksheet for nonfiction readings
Wednesday: Journal # 28
Read Chapter 1 TKAM Homework finish reading chapter 1 (Be ready for a quiz at any time)
Hand out Ch 1-3 vocabulary and study guide (write answers on own paper) due Monday
Check for ziploc bag to cover TKAM extra credit 10 points
Sign up to share significance of allusions in TKAM Extra Credit 10 points
Tuesday: Share short stories and do a self assessment and two peer assessments
Turn in all work
Monday: Nonfiction Reading for TKAM Sharing
Do you have late short stories or journals?
Friday: Final Draft Due with rough draft, peer edit, daily guideline with stamps and rubric
Continue sharing nonfiction article information with class
Collect Stamped daily guide for short story
Journals 25-27 due today
Thursday: Present information from groups
All students take notes to complete their worksheet
Quiz next week over nonfiction information
Wednesday: Journal # 26 Perspective Activity: View Sneetches video and respond
Groups: Each group reads a different nonfiction article and presents answers to class Thursday
All students answer all questions on the worksheet/ Due Thursday
Tuesday: Journal # 25 Perspective
Read nonfiction magazine about "Slavery" Answer questions on Worksheet Due Today
Monday: Peer Edit rough Draft and turn in with final draft
Check out TKAM from the library
Turn in Passes for extra credit if you have any left
Friday: rough draft of your stroy is due today
Do one or more peer edits
Homework: rewrite your story; type it & and have it ready by Thurs. next week using MLA format
Includes: cover picture, 1000 words, with in text citations, 3 literary devices highlighted, & Works Cited page
Follow rubric for details/200 points
Thursday: Add three literary devices and highlight them in your story
Also create your works cited page and insert in text citations
Wednesday: What is the theme or themes of your story?
Create dialogue and narration
Tuesday: Write your first scene and create a plotline for your story
Review Vocabulary for "The Interlopers" and "The Most Dangerous Game" Test this Thursday
Monday: Create Supporting characters for your short story
Friday: CAASPP Testing in the library computer lab
Do research for short story: geography, information for main character
Two resources are required for Works Cited and citations
Thursday: Hand out daily guideline for short story
Write voice for main character
Wednesday: Hand out rubric for short story
Tuesday: Begin Short Story
Create Setting and Protagonist
Day 1: Plan Setting and Main Character (this will be checked in class)
Monday: Review vocabulary for "The Interlopers" and "The Most Dangerous Game"
Finish the study guide for "The Most Dangerous Game" which includes vocabulary Due Wed.
Friday: Journal #24 Turn in Journals today
Read p. 18 The Most Dangerous Game
hand out study guide with vocabulary Due Wednesday
Thursday: Journal #23
Thin/Pair/Share Continued turn in papers
Wednesday: Journal #22
Think/Pair/Share Questions from The Interlopers
Tuesday: Journal #21
Collect Essay and all parts
WS Book of Wisdom Due Thurs
Journal # 20
Read the Iterlopers p. 304-310
Voc WS due Wed.
Friday: Journal # 19
Self assess essay and then peer assess essay
Retype with corrections Due Tuesday for teacher grading
Turn in all papers: self assess, peer assess, rough draft and final draft.
Wednesday and Thursday
Library computer lab to do research and type essay
Essay is due Friday to be self assessed and peer assessed
Tuesday: Journal # 18
Continue to write body paragraphs and counterpoint paragraph
Have your essay ready to type.
Monday: Journal # 17
Begin Argumentative Persuasive Essay
What is your topic?
Write your introduction and begin the body paragraphs today.
Handout MLA format/Works Cited example
Handout Rubric for Persuasive Essay
Friday: Counselors to visit
Turn in Journals #13-16
Warrior Wipeout schedule
Thurs. Journal # 16
PPT How to write a persuasive essay Take notes on WS (Check off in class)
Think of a topic by Monday
Wed. Minimum Day
Journal # 15
Collect all three thinking Maps for "A Washwoman", "ON Summer" & "A Celebration of Grandfathers"
Finish PPT MLA Format for Works Cited & In-text Citations (Check off in class Thurs.)
Tuesday: (Substitute Teacher)
Read "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" p. 347-352 Answer Questions p. 352 # 4, 5 & 6 Due Wed.
Check off for in class participation
Monday: Journal # 14
Work on Thinking Map for "A Celebration of Grandfathers"
PPT MLA Format for Works Cited and In-text CitationsWill complete Wed.
Friday: Journal #13 Collect Journals 10-13
Write Sequence map for "On Summer" to include: tone, author's attitude, and type of essay
Read "A Celebration of Grandfathers" p. 662-668
Be Ready to create a sequence map Monday
All Sequence 3 maps will be collected Tuesday
Thursday: Journal # 12
"The Washwoman" narrative nonfiction essay
Create Sequence map for the author's attitude, tone, and Type of Essay with text evidence
Read "On Summer" p. 656-661 finish at home
Wednesday: Journal # 11
Essay Styles P. 648-649
Read "The Washwoman" p. 650-655 finish at home
Be ready to create a sequence map about the author's attitude, tone, & type of essay
Hand out Vocabulary worksheet Due Thursday
Tuesday: Journal #10
Practice Sentence Beginnings worksheet (check off)
August 28- Sept. 1
Friday: Journal #9
Read: "The Piece of String"
Compare to "The Necklace" Worksheet
Collect Journals #5-9
Thursday: Journal #8
Quiz over content of "The Necklace"
Wednesday: Journal # 7
Quiz Vocabulary "The Necklace"
Share improvisation with class (extra credit) or group setting
Quiz tomorrow over the content of "The Necklace" multiple choice and essay questions
Tuesday: Journal # 6
Collect Book of Wisdom & P. 615 #1-7 check off
P. 623 follow instructions to improvise a conversation between Madm Loisel and her husband.
Minimum four speeches for each character
Due tomorrow to share
Review Vocabualry for quiz tomorrow
Monday: Collect Journals 1-4
Write Journal #5
Work on Book of Wisdom Due Tuesday
Review game for story content
Page 615 answer #1-7 Due Tuesday
Wed. Assemblies 1, 2 & 3
6th period: Hand out course syllabus Due Friday
Make name card with colored pictures due today
Thurs. Hand out course syllabus Due Friday
Make name card Due today
Friday Welcome Back Worksheet with essay Due Monday
Collect Syllabus half sheet signed by parent
August 21- 25
Monday: Textbook Scavenger hunt Due today
Hand out passes for quarter
Looked at eclipse with glasses
Tuesday: Journal # 1
Hand out Vocabulary Write Sentence (at least 10 words long)for each word Due Thurs.
PPT Introduction to short stories 9 slides/worksheet
Wed. Journal #2
PPT Introduction to short stories 9 slides continue worksheet
Read short story "The Necklace" p. 606-615
Thurs. Journal #3
PPT Introduction to short stories Finish and turn in worksheet today
Collect Vocabulary sentences
Friday Journal # 4
Hand out Book of Wisdom (work in groups)
Collect Journals Monday #1-4