Wednesday: Complete a rough draught of your expressive essay.
Thursday: Final draught of epressive essay is due on Friday.
Link to "The Night Face Up" by Cortazar
Monday: Finish Essay Questions for "The Night Face Up"
Tuesday: Study Vocabualry Terms for Quiz Wednesday.
Link to "The Hunger Artist" by Kafka
Wednesday: Finish Essay Questions for "The Hunger Artist".
Thursday: Study for Test/Finish Study Guide.
Study Guide is Attached.
Both the rubric and planning are now available in the attachments below.
Monday: Begin Rough Draft of Magical Realism SS. Must have at least a page written including the introduction and beginning of the Rising Action.
Tuesday: Finish Rising Action and Climax
Wednesday: Completed Rought Draft.
Thursday: Final Copy
More about Magical Realism
Extention link to more about apartheid:
Wednesday essay due for Magiacal Realism by Wednesday.
2-9: Rough Draft for Cause and Effect Essay.
2-14: Cause and Effect Essay for "Norwegian Rat" is due. Link to the text is below.
Tuesday: Paragraph: How effective is the American culture at passing down customs?
Wednesday: Work on 1 pager for "Life is Sweet..."
Thusday: One pager due.
2-25-3-4: Working on Essay Prompts in class:
2-28: Final Draft for Human Rights" essay is due. on 3-1
Writing Test is March 8th. I am conferencing with all students the week of Feb. 28th - March 4.
Week Of March 14th:
Monday: None: Progress Reports
Wednesday: Short Response for TFA.
Thursday: Study Guides need to be completed for the first 9 chapter of TFA
Week of March 21:
Monday: Study Guide Commas/Quiz Tuesday
Tuesday: Short Response Essay
Wednesday: Quiz Chapters 1-13 TFA
Week of April 4:
Tuesday Chapter 19-20 Questions for TFA
Wenesday: Preposition Study Guide
Thursday: Study for Preposition Quiz
Week Of April 25
Monday-Tuesday: Interview 3 people: Questions on handout.
Wednesday: Act I and II Test
Week of May 2nd:
Tuesday: Finish A Doll's House final.
Week of May 9th:
Monday: Night Parts 5-6 read.
Tuesday: Parts 1-6 Test
Wednesday: Finish Text
Thursday: Night Final
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Wednesday: Venn Diagram and Analysis of Cultures worksheet for "Life is Sweet..."
"Life is Sweet at Kumansenu": Link to text:
Anthropological notes worksheets are attached as well as guided reading worksheet.
"A Problem" by Chekhov: Link to text:
Monday: Interview 10 people about whether they feel society has more of a responsibitlity for peoples actions or if it more of the person's decision.
Tuesday: Finish Verb WS
Wednesday: Get your Notebooks ready for collection Thursday. Prompt is under 2007 North Carolina...
Week of Oct. 11:
Monday: Chapters 5 and 6 of "Things Fall Apart". Look over notes for Transitive and Intrasitive verb quiz.
Tuesday: Capters 7and 8 "Things Fall Apart" Quiz over 1-8.
Wednesday: 9-11 due Thursday.
Week of October 18th:
All homework is for Things Fall Apart
Monday-Wednesday: Finish Study Guide and Reading for Chapter 1-13.
Thusday and Friday: Finish Quiz over Chapers 1-13. Open book and note.
Quiz and study guide are attached.
Week of October 18th:
Monday: Chapter 16
Tuesday: Chapter 17
Wednesday: Create an outline or other prewriting for Definition essay.
Week of November 1:
Monday: Chapters 19-20
Tuesday: None due to Mock Writing Wednesday
Wednesday: Mock writing test. No Homework
Thursday: Chapters 22-23
Wednesday: Finish Act III Questions
Thursday: Finish Act III Test including essay portion by Friday.
We are beginning the Memoir "Night by Elie Wiesel.
A Glossary of Holocaust Terms: http://frank.mtsu.edu/~baustin/glossary.html
Holocaust Time Line: http://fcit.coedu.usf.edu/holocaust/timeline/timeline.htm
Monday: Rough Draft. Cause and Effect Essay: "A Dolls House".
Tuesday: Final Copy
Monday -Tuesday: Finish Chapter 3-5 in "Night". Finish Reading Guides
Wednesday-Thursday: Finish Chapters 6-9 in "Night".
Friday: In the computer lab.
Monday: Review info on Night. Class activity over information at computer lab.
Tuesday: Test on "Night".
Jan: 3-7: Definition Essay: Individuality.
Jan: 10-14: Students need to complete their last Cause and Effect Essay of the year. Due Jan. 19th. They may substitute a missed assignment by doing both choices of the cause and effect essays.
Jan.12: Study Guides are handed out. A copy is located below.