Ms. Connie Phillips - Honors E11 and English 11

Ms. Phillips Contact Information:  phillipsc@gjps.org             Please do not email me through the classroom portal page.
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Honors English 11  - Periods 2, 3, 8

M, 11/20:  Age of Imagination Test (Washington Irving and William Cullen Bryant only).   Poe begins.

T, 11/21:  Poe video.  Take notes:  What is his attitude (tone) and treatment of death (purpose)?  No HW.  Enjoy Thanksgiving!

M, 11/27:  Begin Poe notes and literature.  Think about the essay as you read each piece of Poe's literature:  tone=attitude toward death.  Purpose = treatment of the topic in his poem or story.  Terms to know:  Gothic Tale, Evocative Style.  Read "Masque of the Red Death" for tomorrow.

T, 11/28:  Discuss "Masque."  Read "Hop Frog" and be able to identify how the story is representative of a Gothic Tale.  What is Poe's attitude toward and treatment of death?

W, 11/29:  Quiz.  "Hop Frog" as a Gothic Tale.  HW:  Read "Annabel Lee" and "The Bells."  How are these two poems representative of a Gothic Tale?  What is Poe's attitude and treatment of death?

Th, 11/30:  Discuss the poems.  Read "The Fall of the House of Usher" for Monday.  How is this story representative of a Gothic Tale?  What is Poe's attitude and treatment of death?

F, 12/1:  "The Raven" in class.  How Gothic?  Poe's attitude and treatment of death?  Consider which of the Poe stories and poems are best representatives of his attitude toward and treatment of the topic death.















English 11   - Periods 1, 5

M, 11/20:  Rough Draft with Works Consulted check is tomorrow.  Final copy expository research essay due 11/30.

T, 11/21:  PRINT OFF!  Rough copy with Works Consulted due today.  Work on final copy, due 11/30.  Remember:  you need a visual representation of one of your Romanticism examples on Thursday.

M, 11/27:  Final copy essay with Works Consulted due Thursday.  Begin SAT/ACT Grammar Slammar Bootcamp.  Remember:  you need a visual representation of one of your Romanticism examples on Thursday. 

T, 11/28:  Final copy essay with Works Consulted due Thursday.  Continue SAT/ACT Grammar Slammar Bootcamp.  Remember:  you need a visual representation of one of your Romanticism examples on Thursday.

W, 11/29:  Final copy essay with Works Consulted due tomorrow.  Bring to class the revised rough draft.  Submit the final copy and Works Consulted page as one document to Turnitin by midnight tonight. Continue SAT/ACT GRAMMAR SLAMMER BOOTCAMP.  Remember:  you need a visual representation of one of your Romanticism examples TOMORROW.

Th, 11/30:  Final copy Research essay with Works Consulted and revised draft due TODAY.  All final copy writing must be submitted to Turnitin before you come to class.  Bring your visual aide.  Brief presentations.

F, 12/1:  POE unit begins.  A video...