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Class Assignments and Events
  • If you have an excused absence, you have 2 days for each day you missed to make up any assignments. Unexcused absences don't allow for make-up work.
  • If you just miss an assignment, you are expected to come to Study Hall and you have that week only to make up the assignment; if you choose not to attend Study Hall, but you turn in the assignment that week, you will lose 20%. After the week is over, the assignment will not be accepted.
9/18 Work on storyboards and shot sheets (they are due by Friday)
 9/17  No Red Ink Practicing Modifiers 
9/16Brainstorm for your video
9/13 

Requirements for Emerson-Thoreau Video:

  • Length: 30 seconds to 1:30 
  • Must include the quote in writing somewhere in the film (with the author’s name)
  • Must express the idea of the quote somehow in the film. 
  • Must complete a storyboard and have it ok’d by Mrs. Farley AND Ms. M.
  • Must include credits
  • You must be the writer, producer and director, but others can help with the other tasks.
 
9/11
  • Emerson or Thoreau Quote List - find a quote by one of these authors and write it on this list. No two students can use the same quote.
  • Read "The Myth of Pocahontas" (download the article at the bottom of this page).
  • Notebook: How does this article affect your idea of Pocahontas? Use details from the article to make your point. Do you believe it's important that we know the real story? Explain.
9/10 
9/9 
 9/5 
9/4 
  • Transcendentalism Stations (download at the bottom of this page) 
9/3 
8/30
  • Transcendentalism stations
8/28-29 
  • Stations of Literature - Looking at examples from several periods of American Literature 
8/27
  • Stations of Literature - Looking at examples from several periods of American Literature 
8/26 
  • Kahoot! American Literary Periods 
8/23
  • Study sheet for American Literary Periods (download below)
  • Practice finding the right period for the event or author.
8/21-22 
  •  Finish work on American Literature Timeline.
8/20 
  • Continue work on American Literature Timeline.
 
8/19 
  • Continue work on American Literature Timeline.
 
 8/16
  • Continue work on American Literature Timeline.
  • Rubric
8/15
  •  Begin work on the American Literature Timeline in table groups.
8/14
  • Plot chart your summer - worksheet


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