•  3/2:HW: STUDY FOR NIGHT TEST (block day) 

    In Class: Create study notecard for Night test 

     

    3/3-3/4: 

    In Class:  NOTES- Paraprhasing vs. Summarizing, Take Night test, looking at themes from Night in modern times 

     

    3/5: HW: Complete Socratic Seminar worksheet (due 3/6)

    In Class: Prepare for Socratic Seminar on Night 

     

    3/6: DUE: Socratice Seminar worksheet for Night (completely filled out prior to arriving to class)

    In Class: Set up desks and procedures for discussion, participate in Socratice Seminar for Night 

     


    ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE WEEK (Block Day on Thursday/Friday) 

    2/24: HW: Modern Day Genocide Essay + Works Cited Page due in TIIC by midnight on THURSDAY 2/27

    In Class: 

    Sample Introduction with Thesis Statement

    Step 1: Fully complete the prewrite on the back side of the prompt page (I should see sources being used- citations as well)

    Step 2: If/when you are ready- you may grab a computer and start typing up your final draft

     

    2/25:HW: Modern Day Genocide Essay + Works Cited Page due in TIIC by midnight on THURSDAY 2/27

    In Class: Continue drafting the Modern Day Genoicde Essay 

     

    2/26:HW: Modern Day Genocide Essay + Works Cited Page due in TIIC by midnight on THURSDAY 2/27

    In Class: Continue drafting the Modern Day Genoicde Essay 

     

    2/27-2/28: HW: Modern Day Genocide Essay + Works Cited Page due in TIIC by midnight on THURSDAY 2/27

    In Class: Read pages 85-115 and answer the questions in your reading guide packet

    (YOU DO NOT NEED TO DO THAT LAST “SECTION 5 LITERARY ANALYSIS” RESPONSE)

    Take "Reading Packet Quiz" 

     


    2/17: No School 

     

    2/18-2/19: DUE: Modern Day Genocide Presentations and Packets due today! 

    In Class: 

    Assign Modern Day Genocide Essay (due in Turnitin.com by midnight on 2/27) – we will have some drafting time, but this essay is mostly HW

    5 minutes to meet with MDG groups to make sure you know how your want your presentation to go…

    Begin presenting on Modern Day Genocide (before presenting, each group member must submit their MDG packet)

     

    2/20: 

    HW: Modern Day Genocide Essay due in TIIC by midnight on THURSDAY 2/27

    In Class:

    Independent Read of Night Section 3 pages 47-65

     

    2/21: 

    HW: Modern Day Genocide Essay due in TIIC by midnight on THURSDAY 2/27

    In Class:

    Independent Read of Night Section pages 66-84


    2/10: HW:Typed MLA formatted Rhetorical Analysis Paragraph of the “I Have a Dream” speech due in Turnitin.com by midnight on Thursday 2/13

    In Class: Read/View the MLK "I Have a Dream" speech and begin writing Rhetorical Analysis Paragraph

     

    2/11-2/12: HW:Typed MLA formatted Rhetorical Analysis Paragraph of the “I Have a Dream” speech due in Turnitin.com by midnight on Thursday 2/13

    HW: Modern Day Genocide Presentations will begin on Block Day 2/18-2/19- NO OTHER CLASS TIME WILL BE GIVEN TO THIS PROJECT

    In Class: Library Visit, Introduce the Modern Genocide project and make progress with your group/topic 

     

    2/13:DUE:Typed MLA formatted Rhetorical Analysis Paragraph of the “I Have a Dream” speech due in Turnitin.com by midnight on Thursday 2/13

    HW: Modern Day Genocide Presentations will begin on Block Day 2/18-2/19- NO OTHER CLASS TIME WILL BE GIVEN TO THIS PROJECT 

     

    In Class:Read Night pages 23-46 + answer Reading Guide questions for section 2 

     

    2/14: HW:Typed MLA formatted Rhetorical Analysis Paragraph of the “I Have a Dream” speech due in Turnitin.com by midnight on Thursday 2/13

    HW: Modern Day Genocide Presentations will begin on Block Day 2/18-2/19- NO OTHER CLASS TIME WILL BE GIVEN TO THIS PROJECT

     

    In Class: Valentine's Day Poetry Party! 

     


    2/3: DUE: Permission Slip for Library Visit 

    In Class: First Read of "The Perils of Indifference" 

     

    2/4-2/5: In Class: Read Preface- page 23 of Night (and complete Reading Guide Questions for this section of reading), Analysis of Holocaust Poetry 

     

    2/6: HW: Study for Night Vocab Quiz 

    In Class: Complete SPACE CAT Rhetorical Analysis for  "The Perils of Indifference" 

     

    2/7: In Class: Finalize and submit Rhetorical Analysis work on "The Perils of Indifference", Quiz on Night Vocabulary words 


    1/27: In Class: Background to Night, pyramid of hate 

     

    1/28-1/29: HW: Symbols due Friday 1/31 for presenting 

    In Class: View Oprah and Elie Interview and create Symbols 

     

    1/30: HW: Symbols due Friday 1/31 for presenting 

    In Class: Night Anticipation Guide and Vocabulary 

     

    1/31: DUE: Symbols

    In Class: Present symbols and place on wall 

     


    1/20:mlk

     

    1/21-1/22:

    (finish up presentations as needed)

    -Rhetoric Notes

    -Define Rhetorical Strategies/submit

    -SPACECATS introduction (no notes required)

    -SPACECATS + Superbowl ads

     

    1/23:

    -Groups: Read “Don’t Blame the Eater” and complete the SPACECATS worksheet TOGETHER

    -Whole Class: Review answers

     

    1/24: 

    -Read through Rhetorical Analysis Paragraph instructions (understanding the process of analysis, and the desired outcome)

    -Groups: Use your SPACECATS worksheet to help you craft a rhetorical analysis paragraph

    (1 paragraph per group- make sure all of your names are in an MLA heading)

    -Whole Class: Present paragraphs

     


    1/13: HW: Children's Book (hard copy only) due Tuesday 1/14

    In Class: Peer editing/last work day for Children's Book assignment

     

    1/14: DUE: Children's Book (hard copy only- no TURNITIN submission) 

    In Class: Small group sharing of books + feedback, start presenting to entire class

     

    1/16: 

    In Class: Continue presenting books to entire class

     

    1/17: 

    In Class: Finish presenting books to entire class 

     


    Q3 Begins!

    1/7-1/8:

    HW: Children's Book (hard copy only) due Tuesday 1/14

    In Class: Registration Presentation and Paperwork, introduce Children's Book Assignment (show examples/brainstorm) 

     

    1/9: 

    HW: Children's Book (hard copy only) due Tuesday 1/14

    In Class: Continue to work on Children's Book packet and drafting

     

    1/10: 

    HW: Children's Book (hard copy only) due Tuesday 1/14

    In Class: Continue to work on Children's Book packet and drafting (have a draft ready for peer editing on Monday 1/13) 

     

     

     


    Start reviewing important concepts that will appear on your Q2 final exam NOW! (take notes/read through the presentations below):

    Grammar Review for Q2 Final Exam

    Rhetorical Choices Review for Q2 Final Exam


    12/16: (Traditional Bell Schedule- go to all class periods) 

    In Class: Take notes to prepare for the Q2 Final Exam

     

    12/17:(Traditional Bell Schedule- go to all class periods) 

    In Class: Take notes to prepare for the Q2 Final Exam 

     

    12/18-12/19 (Block/Early Release Days- 12/18=Periods 1,3,5 and 12/19= Periods 2,4,6) 

    In Class: Take Q2 Final Exam 


    12/9: HW: Create your NOTECARD for the Greek Mythology/Odyssey Unit Exam (TEST Thursday 12/12) 

    In Class: Prepare for the Mythology/Odyssey Unit Exam

     

    12/10-12/11:HW: Create your NOTECARD for the Greek Mythology/Odyssey Unit Exam (TEST Thursday 12/12) 

    In Class: Study Materials for Unit Exam: 

    Hercules Myth Story  

    Trojan War Summary

    Hero Journey and Epic Hero Traits Notes

    Intro to Greek Mythology 

    Mythology Family Tree 

    The Odyssey in film 

     

    12/12: DUE: Notecard for the Mythology/Odyssey Unit Exam

    In Class: Take the Mythology/Odyssey Unit Exam

     

    12/13:

    In Class: Begin preparing for the Sem 1 Final Exam 

     

     


    12/2: HW: 

    1. Collect and bring ALL OF YOUR HERO ARTICLES to class on BLOCK DAY (including the SOURCE you used on each article)

    2. ALL ODYSSEY NOTES DUE at the beginning of BLOCK DAY

     

    In Class: Whole class read (finish reading The Odyssey), time to catch up on notes 

     

    12/3-12/4: DUE: All Odyssey Notes

     

    In Class: Review Argument Essentials, Introduce Hero Trait Argumentative Essay, Draft Prewrite 

     

    12/5: HW: Final Draft of Hero Trait Essay due in TIIC by midnight on 12/6

     

    In Class: Time Write: First draft of Hero Trait Essay 

     

    12/6: HW: Final Draft of Hero Trait Essay due in TIIC by midnight TONIGHT 

    In Class: Peer Edit and Revise Hero Trait Drafts 

     


    All days this week follow the TRADITIONAL BELL SCHEDULE: 

     

    11/25: DUE: Hero Article #3, CRAAP test worksheet, annotated source 

    In Class: Read Part 2 of The Odyssey + Book Summary Notes 

     

    11/26:  

    In Class: Read Part 2 of The Odyssey + quiz 

     

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    *Block days will fall on Thursday/Friday this week* 

    11/18: HW: Hero Article #3 (Hero of Past) due TIIC Sunday 11/24, Hard Copies on Monday 11/25

    In Class: Read and take 2 sets of Book Summary Chart notes on pages 562-564- “Sailing from Troy” and “The Lotus Eaters” , Quiz on reading at end of class

     

    11/19: HW: Hero Article #3 (Hero of Past) due TIIC Sunday 11/24, Hard Copies on Monday 11/25

    In Class: Read and take 1 set of Book Summary Chart notes on pages 564-576 - “The Cyclops”, Quiz on reading at end of class

     

    11/20: HW: Hero Article #3 (Hero of Past) due TIIC Sunday 11/24, Hard Copies on Monday 11/25

    In Class:Read and take 2 sets of Book Summary Chart notes on pages 576-583 - “The Land of the Dead” & “The Sirens”, Quiz on reading at end of class

     

    11/21-11/22: HW: Hero Article #3 (Hero of Past) due TIIC Sunday 11/24, Hard Copies on Monday 11/25

    In Class: Read and take 2 sets of Book Summary Chart notes on pages 583-589 - “Scylla and Charybdis” & “The Cattle of the Sun God”, Quiz on reading, viewing clips from The Odyssey film to compare the representation of the Odysseus' journey as a hero 

     


    11/12-11/13: HW: 

    Hero Article (military/humanitarian) #2 due TIIC 11/14

    HARD COPY DUE Friday 11/15

     

    In Class: Read "The Most Dangerous Game" + analyze for hero journey stages 

     

     

    11/14: HW: 

    Hero Article (military/humanitarian) #2 due TIIC 11/14

    HARD COPY DUE Friday 11/15

     

    In Class: Reading comprehension test for "The Most Dangerous Game" 

     

     

    11/15: DUE: 

    Hero Article (military/humanitarian) #2 due TIIC 11/14

    HARD COPY DUE Friday 11/15

     

    In Class: Read Book 1 from The Odyssey + summary chart of notes 

     


    11/4:HW: Hero Article #1 due TIIC 11/7, HARD COPY DUE Friday 11/8

    In Class: Read "Hercules" + notes, Analyze art 

     

    11/5-6:HW: Hero Article #1 due TIIC 11/7, HARD COPY DUE Friday 11/8

    In Class: Compare text/art/film clips of Hercules (complete and submit comparison chart) 

     

    11/7:HW: Hero Article #1 due TIIC 11/7, HARD COPY DUE Friday 11/8

    In Class: Timed Write: Explanatory Synthesis 3 paragraph essay (Hercules) 

     

    11/8: DUE: HW: Hero Article #1 (CRAAP worksheet, Annotated Source, Typed Article) 

     In Class: Background notes for The Odyssey

     


    10/28: HW: Hero Article #1 due TIIC 11/7, HARD COPY DUE Friday 11/8

    In Class: Introduce Weekly Hero Articles Assignment

    Review expectations for CRAAP test and paragraph

    Show Example

     

    10/29-10/30: 

    HW: Read about Trojan Heroes and fill out/submit notes in TIIC 11/1

    Hero Article #1 due TIIC 11/7

    HARD COPY DUE Friday 11/8

    In Class: Directions for reading stories about Trojan War Heroes :Trojan Heroes Stories To Read - fill out the Notes Chart for Heroes Stories / Google Docs Version of Hero Notes (Notes due in turnitin.com FRIDAY 11/1)

    Hero Journey Notes

     

    10/31: 

    HW: Read about Trojan Heroes and fill out/submit notes in TIIC 11/1

    Hero Article #1 due TIIC 11/7

    HARD COPY DUE Friday 11/8

    In Class: Fall fun! 

     

    11/1: DUE: Heroes Story Notes  (submit in turnitin.com) 

    HW: Read about Trojan Heroes and fill out/submit notes in TIIC 11/1

    Hero Article #1 due TIIC 11/7

    HARD COPY DUE Friday 11/8

    In Class:  Trojan War Comics (Trojan War Summary Link to finish comics from home)

     

     


    10/21:HW: Myth Story Chart (due in turnitin.com by midnight on SUNDAY 10/27)

    In Class: Introduce God Poster Project (partner up and select gods) 

     

    10/22: HW: Myth Story Chart (due in turnitin.com by midnight on SUNDAY 10/27)

    In Class: Database Instructions, Works Cited page reminder, work time for God Poster 

     

    10/24:HW: God Poster + Works Cited Page due FRIDAY 10/25 

    In Class: Final work day for God Poster 

     

    10/25: HW: Myth Story Chart (due in turnitin.com by midnight on SUNDAY 10/27)

    In Class: Present God Posters and take notes 

     

     


    10/15-10/16:

    IN CLASS:  new seats,  2 truths and 1 lie, Introduction to Mythology Notes, finish filling in the blanks for Mythology Vocabulary 

     

    10/17:

    IN CLASS: Introduce Myth Story Chart (due in turnitin.com by midnight on SUNDAY 10/27)

    Google Docs Link to Chart: Myth Stories Chart for Google Docs

    - this chart will help you take notes on the following stories:

     
    Filling out Zues and the Creation of Manking TOGETHER in class today! 

     

    10/18: HW: Myth Story Chart (due in turnitin.com by midnight on SUNDAY 10/27)

    IN CLASS: Myth family tree notes 

     

     

     

     


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    Week 10

    9/23: HW: 

    Submit “You Are Atticus” to turnitin.com by midnight on Monday 9/23

    2 HARD COPIES of speech due in class on TUESDAY 9/24 (we begin presenting this day)

     

    In Class: Draft "You Are Atticus" speech

     

    9/24-9/25: DUE: 

    2 HARD COPIES of speech due in class on TUESDAY 9/24 (we begin presenting this day)

     

    In Class: Present "You Are Atticus" 

    9/26:

    DUE: 

    2 HARD COPIES of speech due in class on TUESDAY 9/24 (we begin presenting this day)

     

    In Class: Present "You Are Atticus" 

     

    9/27: 

    DUE: 

    2 HARD COPIES of speech due in class on TUESDAY 9/24 (we begin presenting this day)

     

    In Class: Present "You Are Atticus" 

     


    Week 9

    9/16:HW:  Myth Journey Narrative Essay due in turnitin.com by midnight 9/17

    In Class: Ethos Pathos Logos Notes, Drafting time for  Myth Journey Narrative Essay due in turnitin.com by midnight 9/17

     

    9/17-9/18: HW: Myth Journey Narrative Essay due in turnitin.com by midnight 9/17

    In Class: Notes on SELLEM, analyzing Atticus' Closing Arguments

     

    9/19: In Class: TSIFTT WWH response for The Gift of the Magi

     

    9/20: HW: You Be Atticus (submit to turnitin by midnight on 9/23, bring 2 hard copies to class on 9/24) 

    In Class: Introduce You Be Atticus , prewrite and draft 


    Week 8

    9/9: IN CLASS: Finish TKAM Film + Notes, take notes on Narrative Techniques and Sensory Language

     

    9/10: IN CLASS: Myth Journey Notes

     

    9/11: IN CLASS: Socratic Seminar Prep (TKAM)

     

    9/12-9/13 BLOCK DAY ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE:

    HW: Myth Journey Narrative Essay due in turnitin.com by midnight 9/17

     

    IN CLASS: Introduce the Myth Journey Narrative Essay

     

     


    Week 7

    9/3-9/4:In Class: Read To Kill a Mockingbird, continue filling out reading packet

     

    9/5:In Class: Read To Kill a Mockingbird, continue filling out reading packet

     

    9/6:In Class: Read To Kill a Mockingbird, continue filling out reading packet

     


    Week 6

    8/26:In Class: Read To Kill a Mockingbird, continue filling out reading packet

     

    8/27-8/28:In Class: Read To Kill a Mockingbird, continue filling out reading packet

     

    8/29:In Class: Read To Kill a Mockingbird, continue filling out reading packet

     

    8/30:In Class: Read To Kill a Mockingbird, continue filling out reading packet

     


    Week 5

    8/19: In Class: Read To Kill a Mockingbird, continue filling out reading packet

     

    8/20: In Class: Read To Kill a Mockingbird, continue filling out reading packet

     

    8/22:In Class: Read To Kill a Mockingbird, continue filling out reading packet

     

    8/23:In Class: Read To Kill a Mockingbird, continue filling out reading packet

     

     


    Week 4

    8/12: In Class: Picture Day

     

    8/13: In Class: Practice Synthesis Essay

     

    8/14: In Class: Paragraph practice  with SEEsets (Synthesis Essay)

     

    8/15: BLOCK DAY: In Class: Read To Kill a Mockingbird, continue filling out reading packet 


     

     

    Week 3

    8/5:DUE: Inspirational Quote Card

    In Class: Present inspirational quote cards

     

    8/6-8/7: In Class: Grammar, Read TKAM (fill out notes packet), TKAM Quiz

     

    8/8: In Class: Read TKAM (fill out notes packet), TKAM Quiz

     

    8/9:Read TKAM (fill out notes packet), TKAM Quiz

     


    Week 2

    7/29: Due: Composition Book

    In Class: Inspirational Quote Assignment due 8/5 , tone and theme notes

     

    7/30-7/31: HW: Inspirational Quote Assignment due 8/5

    In Class: ELA Baseline Preassessment, background info TKAM

     

    8/1:HW: Inspirational Quote Assignment due 8/5

    In Class: Background info TKAM (Notes PowerPoint ), Anticipation Guide

     

     

    8/2: HW: Inspirational Quote Assignment due 8/5

    In Class: Read Ch. 1 TKAM and answer TKAM packet questions

     

     


    Week 1

     

    7/23 (traditional): HW: Letter to Self, Syllabus Signature (BOTH due FRIDAY 7/26)

     

    In Class: Syllabus, Introductions, Letter to Self

     

     

     

    7/24 (traditional):

    HW: Letter to Self, Syllabus Signature (due FRIDAY 7/26)

    HW: Create account/add class in turnitin.com (see tab on my class website for help- due MONDAY 7/29)

    HW: Composition Book for Class (due 7/29)

     In Class: Mrs. Barth's website,OWL purdue sample essay for MLA FORMAT- try their own on lined paper

     

     

     

    7/25 (traditional):

     

    HW: Letter to Self, Syllabus Signature (due FRIDAY 7/26)

     

    HW: Create account/add class in turnitin.com (see tab on my class website for help- due MONDAY 7/29)

    HW: Composition Book for Class (due 7/29)

     

    In Class: Turnitin.com example student, Quiz

     

     

     

    7/26 (traditional):

    HW: Create account/add class in turnitin.com (see tab on my class website for help- due MONDAY 7/29)

    HW: Composition Book for Class (due 7/29)

     

    In Class:Submit Letter to Selft and Syllabus Signature, computer log-in (school log in and turnitin.com accounts)