Week of January 22-25 Tuesday - Syllabus for Intro to Poetry Wednesday - Introduction to The Awakening and A Doll's House (begin reading Act I) Thursday - A Doll's House - Act I/II Friday - A Doll's House - Act II/III
Week of January 14-17 Monday - P and P Review Game and Tea Tuesday - Period one exam Thursday - Period eight exam
Week of January 7-11 Monday - Poetry Chapters 4 and 5 Tuesday - Poetry Chapter 5 Wednesday - Pride and Prejudice Thursday - Pride and Prejudice Friday - Literary Terms Quiz 8 *EXAM - The exam will be over Pride and Prejudice. You will have both an objective test and an essay.
Week of January 2-4 Wednesday - P and P, chapters 39-49 Thursday - P and P, chapters 39-49 Friday - Poetry for chapters 4
Week of December 17-19 Monday - Snow Poetry / Revised Hamlet Essay due Tuesday - "Twas the Night before Christmas" analysis Wednesday - "Twas the Night before Christmas" analysis
Week of December 10-14 - Hamlet Essay due on Wednesday Monday - Reading Day Tuesday - Chapter Three Poetry due Wednesday - Chapter Three Poetry Thursday - Pride and Prejudice Chapters 25-38 due Friday - Pride and Prejudice
Week of December 3-7 Monday - Hamlet IV/V Tuesday - Hamlet V Wednesday - P and P Thursday - P and P / Literary Terms Quiz (note it is a day early) Friday - Hamlet Test
Week of November 26-30 Monday - Hamlet Act III Tuesday - P and P Wednesday - Hamlet Act IV Thursday - Hamlet Act IV/V Friday - Hamlet Act V
Week of November 19 and 20 Monday - Hamlet Tuesday - Hamlet
Week of November 12-16 Monday - Hamlet - Finish Act I Tuesday - Guest Speaker Wednesday - CPR Training Thursday - Benito Cereno Friday - Literary Terms quiz 6 / Benito Cereno
Week of November 5-9 Monday - Huck Finn Group questions Tuesday - Review group questions Wednesday - Discuss "Re-thinking Huck" critical article Thursday - In-class essay over Huck Finn Friday - Introduce Pride and Prejudice and begin Hamlet
**Benito Cereno is due on November 15.
Week of October 29-November 2 Monday - Poetry Chapter Two Tuesday - Poetry Chapter Two / Poe's The Raven Wednesday - The Raven Thursday - Huck Finn due - submit your reductions/Questions 1 and 12 whole class discussion Friday - Literary Terms Quiz 5 and Huck Finn - Questions 5/6/7 group discussion
Week of October 22-26 Monday - Literary Terms Quiz 4 / An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge Tuesday - Bartleby reading and packet due Wednesday - Poetry Chapter Two due Thursday - Poetry Chapter Two Friday - Poetry Chapter Two
Week of October 15-19 Monday/Tuesday - Reading time for Huck Finn and "Young Goodman Brown" (complete worksheet). You may also work on college applications and essays. For those of you who requested a recommendation, they will be completed soon. Wednesday - Discuss "Young Goodman Brown" Thursday - Discuss "The Story of an Hour" Friday - Discuss "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge"
Week of October 8-11 Monday – Complete AP Practice Test/ Short Story Terminology / Read “Miss Brill” on pages 88-91 of Sound and Sense and complete worksheet Tuesday – Discuss “Miss Brill” Wednesday – Discuss Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado” pg. 484 of Sound and Sense Thursday – Discuss Hemingway’s “Hills like White Elephants” (handout)
Week of October 1-5 Monday – Complete Sonnets Tuesday – Chapter One in poetry text due – answer the questions for the poems in the packet Wednesday – Chapter One discussion continues Thursday – AP Practice Test – Multiple Choice Friday – Literary Terms Quiz 3 / College Friday
Week of September 25-28 Tuesday - Sonnets Wednesday - 1984 Test Thursday - Sonnets Friday - Sonnets/Poetry
Week of September 17-21 Monday - Work day for Frankenstein Groups Tuesday - Frankenstein Presentations / 1984 summer assignment due Wednesday - Presentations continue Thursday - Discussion of 1984 Friday - Literary Terms Quiz / 1984 Discussion continues
Huck Finn - See File Below for Assignment. You must complete the assignment and read the entire novel by November 1.
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 10-14 Monday - Plan group presentation over H of D articles Tuesday - Present articles and submit Frankenstein assignment Wednesday - Test over Frankenstein Thursday - Counselors in to discuss Senior year. Friday - Work groups for Frankenstein theme presentations
Week of September 4-7 Tuesday - Collect Heart of Darkness essays / Complete play Wednesday - Discussion of Salesman/"Tragedy and the Common Man" Article Thursday - Salesman essay Friday - Literary terms quiz 1 / Assign H of D critical essays
Welcome to AP English Literature/LCCC English 255!
Summer Assignment Deadlines: Tuesday, September 4 - Heart of Darkness reading and essay due Tuesday, September 11 - Frankenstein reading and notes on the themes due, expect a test Tuesday, September 18 - 1984 reading and guide due
Week of August 28-31 Tuesday - Overview, syllabus, literary terms Wednesday - Bring your copies of Death of a Salesman. We will begin reading. Thursday - Finish Act I of Death of a Salesman Friday - Read Act II of Death of a Salesman
Literary Terms Quiz Dates: Quiz 1 - September 7 Quiz 2 - September 21 Quiz 3 - October 5 Quiz 4 - October 19 Quiz 5 - November 2 Quiz 6 - November 16 Quiz 7 - December 7 Quiz 8 - January 11