Week of November 27 - December 1 (no vocabulary) Monday - Othello, Act IV Tuesday - Othello, Act V Wednesday - Conclude movie of Othello or AP Practice Thursday - Othello Test Friday - Othello Essay - work time
Week of November 20 and 21 Monday - Othello Tuesday - Memoir Writing
Week of November 13-17 Monday - Othello Act II AP Practice for homework - due Wednesday Tuesday - Othello Act II/III Wednesday - AP Practice Day Thursday - Review vocabulary words / Othello Act III Friday - Vocabulary quiz 3 and Othello
To all students: Your semester grade will be calculated based on total points earned across the semester. When you look in PowerSchool, the semester grade will be the accurate grade from this time forward.
Advertising Drafts Feedback: 1. page numbers and dates 2. Verbs - use better verbs and avoid passive voice 3. There are AND There is AND This is = poor construction 4. Avoid saying things are different and similar = nothing 5. Titles of ads should be in quotation marks 6. Watch for tense shifts 7. its/it's and never its' 8. no "also" 9. limit adverbs (very and words that end in -ly)
Week of October 30-November 3 Monday – 3 FULL pages due at the end of the period Tuesday – Paper Evaluations Wednesday – Edits and revisions Thursday – Review Vocabulary Words / Papers due by 3 p.m. to the Google Classroom Friday - Vocabulary Quiz 1 / Shakespeare
Week of October 23-27 Monday – Ad evaluation Tuesday – Research/Begin Paper Wednesday – Introduction/thesis/paper plan due at the beginning of class Thursday – Writing/work day in class Friday – Come to class with 2 FULL pages written for review
Week of October 16-20 Monday – Read (IN CLASS) pgs. 539-556 (read carefully, make a cheat sheet of the appeals, summarize each appeal or need to a sentence) Tuesday– Read handout, (IN CLASS) “Effective Layout” by Cohen, take notes Wednesday – Ad evaluation Thursday – Read pgs. 558-562, Ad evaluation Friday – Ad evaluation
Week of October 9 - 12 Monday - Complete draft (full content) of MD paper is due at the beginning of the period / Begin Revisions / Passive voice eradication Tuesday - Revisions / Commas and Semi-Colons Wednesday - Final peer edit Thursday - Martin Dressler Paper Due beginning of the period / Read pgs. 536-539 in textbook for the next unit
Week of October 2-6 Monday - Begin Martin Dressler Paper/select prompt/find evidence Tuesday - Have a working thesis and paper plan for the MD Paper at the beginning of the period. Wednesday - 2-3 pages due at the end of the period (Note: I'd prefer to see two good pages vs. three pages of fluff.) Thursday - Continue working on MD paper Friday - Continue working on MD papers/peer edit
Week of September 26-29 Tuesday - Martin Dressler due / Discussion Wednesday - Martin Dressler Discussion Thursday - Martin Dressler Discussion Friday - Begin MD Paper
Week of September 18-22 Monday - Final revisions on Travels essay / AP Practice Tuesday - Read pages 15-21 in the AP Workbook for today/ AP Practice Wednesday - The Glass Menagerie Thursday - AP Practice Friday - AP Practice
Week of September 11-15 Monday - Work on Travels Essay Tuesday - Glass Menagerie Paper due/ Glass Menagerie Test Wednesday - First draft (2-3 pages) of Travels Essay due at the beginning of the period Thursday - Revision of Travels Essay Friday - Final Travels Essay due (beginning of period)/AP Practice
Week of September 5-8 Tuesday - Travels with Charley due with notes/Discussion of Part 1 Wednesday -Travels with Charley Discussion of Part 1/Parts 2-4 Thursday -Travels Discussion of Parts 2-4 (School Picture day) Friday - AP Practice and Writing Day!
Week of August 28-September 1 Monday - Discuss summary writing and Blinder's article, pages 1-23 in textbook. (hint: read it for today) Tuesday - Discuss Friedman's article on page 238 (hint: read it for today) Wednesday - Write a summary of Green's article (in-class) Thursday - Revise summary Friday - Summary due/AP Practice
Thursday, August 25 - syllabus, course expectations, rules, goal setting, and rubric Friday, August 26 - In-class writing
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