Week of April 30-May 4 Monday - All work must be uploaded to the Digital Portfolio Practice for Part A Tuesday - Review of Part B Wednesday - Practice Part B Thursday - Practice Part B Friday - Shakespeare Project
End of Course Testing is April 17 for English.
Here's what you need to know about roboscoring: 1. Write enough - multi-paragraph essays in which the majority of the content is in your own words. 2. Use ALL the sources - pull small quotes from the sources with citations and/or make reference to the sources by name. 3. EXPLAIN your quotes and references! 4. Use vocabulary and sentence structure appropriate to a high school student. 5. You cannot indent your paragraphs (the tab does not work). Skip lines between paragraphs instead.
RAVENS are anecessary part of your research. The AP graders will look at your bibliography first to assure that you have used academic sources. They want to see at least five sources.
Due Dates for RAVENS - Five total* March 1 - First March 8 - Second March 15 - Third/Fourth March 22 - Fifth *These can be submitted early!
Task Two Important Dates February 27- Research Questions (beginning of class) March 23 - Annotated Bibliography due April 13 - IRR is due April 23 - Presentations - we will spend the day in the library (including pizza for lunch) April 30 - All submissions must be uploaded to College Board.
IRR Word Count includes the title, but it does not include the header, footnotes, bibliography, or text in figures or tables.
Week of January 29-February 2** Monday - MLA format/citation check/self-editing Tuesday - Peer edit within your group Wednesday - Peer edit outside your group Thursday - Refine, refine, refine Friday - Paper due **If you feel "done" with the paper, you should work on your presentation.
Task 1 due dates. The deadlines cannot be changed. 1. Individual Annotated Bibliography due January 16 by 3:00 2. Group Annotated Bibliography due January 22 by 3:00 3. The IRR (1200 words) is due February 2 by 3:00 4. The Team Multimedia Presentation and Defense (8-10 minutes, plus defense questions) will be February 8 beginning at 8:00 A.M.