Week of April 30-May 4 Monday - Poetry Tuesday - AP Review Wednesday - Wuthering Heights pages 209-248 due Thursday - AP Review Friday - AP Review
Week of April 23-27 Monday - Poetry Tuesday - Lighthouse pages 180-209 (period 4) / No class period 3 due to testing Wednesday - Lighthouse pages 180-209 (period 3) / Conclude Lighthouse discussion (period 4) Thursday - Conclude Lighthouse discussion (period 3) / No class period 4 due to testing Friday - In class essay on Lighthouse
Week of April 16-20 Monday - WH finish and Lighthouse pages 145-162 Tuesday - no class period 3 / catch up Wednesday - Lighthouse pages 162-180 Thursday - WH pages 139-209 Friday - no class period 4 (assembly) / catch up
Week of April 9-13 Monday - Earnest Tuesday - Productive work Wednesday - Wuthering Heights pages 66-139 Thursday - Lighthouse - Time Passes Friday - Lighthouse - Time Passes
Week of March 26-29 Monday - Poetry Tuesday - Wuthering Heights pages 23-66 Wednesday - The Importance of Being Earnest Thursday - The Importance of Being Earnest
Week of February 5-9 Monday, February 5 – A Doll’s House, Act I/II Tuesday, February 6 – The Awakening chapters 1-8Wednesday, February 7 – A Doll’s House, Act II/IIIThursday, February 8 – A Doll’s House, Act III (complete the play by Tuesday) Friday, February 9 – The Awakening chapters 9-16
Week of January 29-February 2 Monday - P and P Game and tea Tuesday - P and P test Wednesday – Intro to The Awakening/Poetry Chapters 4 and 5 due Thursday– Poetry continues Friday– A Doll’s House, Act I
Week of January 22-26 Monday - P and P chapters 44-49 due Tuesday - P and P / Review exam Wednesday - Reading Day Thursday - P and P chapters 50-61 due Friday - Literary Terms quiz 8 / P and P discussion
The exam schedule has changed. Exams will be held on Wednesday, January 17; Thursday, January 18; and Monday January 22. **The semester exam will be over the Literary Time Periods only.
Week of January 16-18 Tuesday - Review for exam/finish P and P discussion (period 4) Wednesday - Exams periods 9, 1, and 2 Thursday - Exams periods 3, 4, and 5-7 *Read through chapter 49 of P and P for Monday, January 22.
Week of January 9-12 Tuesday - P and P, chapters 25-38 due Wednesday - P and P, chapters 39-41 Thursday - Literary terms review
Week of December 11-15 Monday - Chapter Three Poetry Tuesday - Chapter Three Poetry Wednesday - "Twas the Night Before Christmas" Thursday - "Twas the Night Before Christmas" Friday - Snow Poetry
You will need to understand the literary time periods of Great Britain and the United States for the semester exam. You must know the names, dates (sequence), attributes, and influential works. Use this framework to help you. We will review this on January 10. Have it done! Literary Time Periods of Great Britain and the United States.
Week of December 4-8 Monday - Hamlet - conclude Tuesday - Hamlet Test* Wednesday - P and P, chapters 13-24 Thursday - P and P, chapters 13-24 Friday - Poetry Workshop Day - Chapter 3 Poetry is due Monday, December 11 *Hamlet essay is due on Monday, December 11.
Week of November 27-December 1 Monday - Hamlet Act IV Tuesday - Hamlet Act IV/V Wednesday - AP Practice Thursday - Hamlet Act V Friday - Conclude Hamlet and Literary Terms Quiz 7
Week of November 20 and 21 Monday - P and P, chapters 1-12 Tuesday - P and P, chapters 1-12
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.
Week of November 13-17 We'll be reading or watching Hamlet all week. This is a literary terms quiz week - list 6.
Week of November 6-10
Monday 11/6 - Review of group discussion questions Tuesday 11/7 - "Rethinking Huck" assignment Wednesday 11/8 - In class essay over Huck Fin Thursday 11/9 - Introduction to Pride and Prejudice/Hamlet Friday 11/10 - Hamlet
Monday - Melville's Benito Cereno Tuesday - Poe's "The Raven" Wednesday - Huck Finn - Reductions Due/Questions 1 and 12 whole class discussion Thursday - Huck Finn - Questions 5/6/7 group discussion Friday - Literary Terms Quiz 5 - Huck Finn - Questions 3/8/10 group discussion
Monday 11/6 - Review of group discussion questions Tuesday 11/7 - "Rethinking Huck" assignment Wednesday 11/8 - In class essay over Huck Finn
Week of October 23-27 Monday - "An Occurence" continues Tuesday - Poetry from Chapter Two Due Wednesday - Poetry Thursday - Poetry Friday - Melville's Benito Cereno
Week of October 16-20 Monday, October 16 – School Counselors in. Reading Day for upcoming short stories or Huck Finn (due November 1). *Get the "Young Goodman Brown" worksheet from the sub. Tuesday, October 17 – Assembly during third period / Reading Day for upcoming short stories or Huck Finn. Wednesday, October 18 – Hawthorne’s “Young Goodman Brown” pg. 303 Thursday, October 19– Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” (handout) Friday, October 20 – Bierce’s “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” (handout)
Week of October 9-12 Monday - Literary Terms Quiz 3 / Review AP Practice test Tuesday - Read "Miss Brill" on pages 88-91 of Sound and Sense and complete worksheet Wednesday - Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado” pg. 484 Thursday - Hemingway’s “Hills like White Elephants” (handout)
Week of October 2-6 Monday - Sonnets continue Tuesday - Chapter one in the red text book is due along with the questions for poems in the packet. Wednesday - Continue with poems Thursday - Continue with poems/AP practice Friday - Practice AP Test /Literary Terms quiz is moved to Monday.
Week of September 26-29 Tuesday - 1984 Test Wednesday - Sonnets Thursday - Sonnets Friday - College Friday
Week of September 18-22 Monday - Poetry (sonnets) Tuesday - 1984 Study Guide due/Discussion Wednesday - 1984 Discussion Thursday - Literary Terms quiz 2 and 1984 Discussion. 1984 Test will be on Tuesday, September 26. Friday - Field Trips
Week of September 11-15 Monday - Guidance in to discuss Senior Year! Tuesday - Frankenstein Test Wednesday - Frankenstein Group Preparation Thursday - Frankenstein Group Preparation and One Presentation Friday - Frankenstein Groups - Three Presentations
Guidelines for Frankenstein Presentations: Content: 1. Have an introduction and conclusion that engages the audience and supports your theme 2. Make specific references to the text - ask the audience to find the page or quote, read it, discuss the significance 3. Understand the larger meaning of your theme in the novel and present that Speaking: 1. No keynote/powerpoint/google slides presentations 2. You may have a handout - but do not read from it other than quotes from the novel 3. Use AP senior vocabulary and speaking skills, for instance no "likes" or middle school words 4. I expect these to last somewhere between 10 and 15 minutes - no more, no less 5. You will be seated in a panel-style presentation; hence the presentation should be free-flowing between the members of the group (not scripted).
Week of September 5-8 Tuesday - Heart of Darkness - articles Wednesday - Heart of Darkness - group work time Thursday - Heart of Darkness - group presentations Friday - Literary Terms Quiz 1/Select Frankenstein Themes
Week of August 28-September 1 Monday - Finish Act I of Salesman Tuesday - Read Act II of Salesman Wednesday - Complete play (including requiem) Thursday - Discussion of Salesman/"Tragedy and the Common Man" Article Friday - Salesman essay
Thursday, August 24 Syllabus, Overview, Literary terms Friday, August 25 Bring your copies of Death of a Salesman. We will begin reading.
Welcome to AP English Literature/LCCC English 255!