• Ms. Proulx Remind 101 Instructions

    Ms. Proulx 12th Grade Syllabus

    Turnitin Instructions

    Community College ---> AZ University course equivalency guide: https://aztransmac2.asu.edu/cgi-bin/WebObjects/CEG

    Basha Gives Back Senior Action Plan Portfolio

    Week of July 23-July 26

    7/22 Monday

    NO SCHOOL 

    7/23 Tuesday--First Day!

    Learning Goal: Create a welcoming and community-centered class environment
     
    4 -  I worked with other students to follow class rules and participated in class stations
    3 - I worked with some students to follow class rules and somewhat participated in class stations
    2 - I worked with one or two other students to follow class rules but did not participate in class stations 
    1 - I did not work with other students and did not participate in class stations
     
    Warm Up: Welcome and Introduction
    Stations Activity: Syllabus, Goals, Expectations, Class Rules, Learning Style Inventory, Website 
    HW: Signed syllabus (due Friday), bring composition notebook Monday!

      

    7/24 Wednesday

    Learning Goal: Create a welcoming and community-centered class environment
     
    4 -  I worked with other students to follow class rules and participated in class.
    3 - I worked with some students to follow class rules and somewhat participated in class.
    2 - I worked with one or two other students to follow class rules but did not participate in class.
    1 - I did not work with other students and did not participate in class.
     
    Warm Up: Open House reminder
    Create class rules from first day stations 
    Get to Know Your Teacher 
    Curriculum: What to expect from English 12
    HW: Signed syllabus (due Friday), About Me! Collage (due Friday), bring composition notebook Monday!
     
     

    7/25 Thursday

    Learning Goal: Brainstorm ideas for Basha Gives Back.
     
    4 - I am sure I know what I am doing for my action plan.
    3 - I am fairly sure I know I am doing for my action plan.
    2 - I have ideas of what to do for my action plan, but I still need some guidance. 
    1 - I am not sure what to do for my action plan, and I need some ideas.
     
    Warm Up: Senior Sunrise Friday at 5:30--Waffle truck! 
    Basha Gives Back brainstorming--speed dating
    Discuss Drunk Driving Video Example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSD6CqtNAKU 
    BGB Potential Project Suggestions
    HW: Signed syllabus (due Friday), About Me! Collage (due Friday), bring composition notebook Monday! 3 BGB project ideas by Wednesday!
     

    7/26 Friday

    Learning Goal: (11-12.W.3) Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and
    style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience. 
     
     
    Warm Up: Present collages to group & collect collages and signed syllabi 
    "I wish my teacher knew..." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiD7nvS3DzY and Letter to Your Teacher
    HW: Bring composition notebook Monday! 3 BGB project ideas by Wednesday! 
     

    7/29 Monday

    Learning Goal: (11-12.W.2) Write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas,
    concepts, and information clearly and accurately through the effective selection,
    organization, and analysis of content.
     
     
    Warm Up: Get out composition notebook
    3rd Hour: Handbook 
    Annotation Notes
    Introduce Articles of the Week: Annotate 4 Universal Truths About Senior Year of High School & 300+ word response:
    • Do you agree or disagree with the truths the article talks about?
    • Are you feeling any of it so far--the senoritis, how fast the year goes, etc.
    • What truth is most important for you personally?  

    HW: 3 BGB project ideas by Wednesday! 4 Universal Truths About Senior Year of High School rough draft due Wednesday 

     

    7/30 Tuesday

    Learning Goal: Solidify 3 project ideas for Basha Gives Back
     
    4 - I am sure I know what I am doing for my action plan.
    3 - I am fairly sure I know I am doing for my action plan. I have my three ideas.
    2 - I have ideas of what to do for my action plan, but I still need some guidance. I have at least two ideas.
    1 - I am not sure what to do for my action plan, and I need some ideas.
     
    Warm Up: Adjust seating chart 
    Discuss Basha Gives Back Organization Databases and required forms: https://www.cusd80.com/Page/67238
    Senior Showcase video highlight https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMKfHGO_l8c
    HW: 3 BGB project ideas by Wednesday! 4 Universal Truths About Senior Year of High School rough draft due Wednesday 
     

    7/31 Wednesday

    Learning Goal: (11-12.W.2) Write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas,
    concepts, and information clearly and accurately through the effective selection,
    organization, and analysis of content.
     
    4 -  Student conveyed complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly, and used effective selection and organization to analyze the content.
    3 - Student conveyed complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly, and used mostly effective selection and organization to analyze the content.
    2 - Student conveyed complex ideas, concepts, and information somewhat unclearly, and used somewhat ineffective selection and organization to analyze the content.
    1 - Student did not convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly, and used ineffective selection and organization to analyze the content.
     
    Warm Up: 
    Senior Credit Checks (P2 9:00, P3 9:45, P4 10:35)
    BGB mini-conference
     
    8/1 Thursday
    Learning Goal: (11-12.L.1) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking. 
     
    1 - Student can identify a prepositional phrase.
    2 - Student can use a prepositional phrase with notes.
    3 - Student can purposefully use prepositional phrases to enhance writing.
    4 - Student evaluates the most important placement and purpose to when using prepositonal phrases for enhanced writing.
     
    Warm Up: BGB Senior Project Process Journals Quarter 1 Question 1 -- answers must be ONE FULL PAGE!
    Finish BGB conferences (if needed)
     
    8/2 Friday
     
     
    Warm Up: 
    Multiple choice pre-assessment 
    HW: Article of the Week: Unemployment annotations and 300+ word reflection (3 vivid verbs and 2 prepositional phrases) due Friday
     
    8/5 Monday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 -  Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
     
    Warm Up: Go over AOW#1 Annotations 
    Grade pre-test
    HW: Article of the Week: Unemployment annotations and 300+ word reflection (3 vivid verbs and 2 prepositional phrases) due Friday
     
     
    8/6 Tuesday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
     
    Warm Up: In your composition books, answer the following in 4-6 COMPLETE sentences:
    As of right now, what is your plan for after high school? Community college, university, military, workforce? Why did that future appeal to you? If you're unsure what your plan is, do you have any ideas as to what you'll do after graduation while you figure it out? What about "real" life appeals to you--living on your own, making more money, not being in school anymore? 
    Share journal responses 
    Root Word of the Week #1 Worksheet (if time)
     
    HW: Article of the Week: Unemployment annotations and 300+ word reflection (3 vivid verbs and 2 prepositional phrases) due Friday
     
     
    8/7 Wednesday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS. 11-12.W.7) Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects to answer a question (including a self-generated question) or solve a problem; narrow or broaden the inquiry when appropriate; synthesize multiple sources on the subject, demonstrating understanding of the subject under investigation. 
     
    4 -  Student successfuly conducted a short research project about life after high school and created a creative visual to share that information.
    3 - Student conducted a short research project about life after high school, but may have left some information out, and created a creative visual to share that information.
    2 - Student somewhat conducted a short research project about life after high school, which is missing information, and created a visual to share that information.
    1 - Student did not conduct a short research project about life after high school or create a creative visual to share that information.
     
    Warm Up: Root word of the week: list all the words you can think of containing com/con in your composition book
    Set up BGB folders 
    Root Word of the Week #1 Worksheet
    Life After High School Questions
    Life After High School: College, Career, Military?--On a blank piece of paper, create a visual including the information you gathered (make sure to include your works cited on the back!)
    Hand back AOW#1--Reflection: What do you need, if anything, to improve on your annotations? Your reflection? Were there parts of your reflection or annotations that you weren't happy with? 
    Work on AOW#2 
    HW: Article of the Week: Unemployment annotations and 300+ word reflection (3 vivid verbs and 2 prepositional phrases) due Friday. Life After High School: College, Career, Military? project due Friday. Vocab #1 Com/Con due Friday
     
     
    8/8 Thursday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS. 11-12.W.7) Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects to answer a question (including a self-generated question) or solve a problem; narrow or broaden the inquiry when appropriate; synthesize multiple sources on the subject, demonstrating understanding of the subject under investigation. 
     
    4 -  Student successfuly conducted a short research project about life after high school and created a creative visual to share that information.
    3 - Student conducted a short research project about life after high school, but may have left some information out, and created a creative visual to share that information.
    2 - Student somewhat conducted a short research project about life after high school, which is missing information, and created a visual to share that information.
    1 - Student did not conduct a short research project about life after high school or create a creative visual to share that information.
     
    Warm Up: Root word of the week: list all the words you can think of containing com/con in your composition book
    Set up BGB folders 
    Root Word of the Week #1 Worksheet
    Life After High School Questions
    Life After High School: College, Career, Military?--On a blank piece of paper, create a visual including the information you gathered (make sure to include your works cited on the back!)
    Hand back AOW#1--Reflection: What do you need, if anything, to improve on your annotations? Your reflection? Were there parts of your reflection or annotations that you weren't happy with? 
    Work on AOW#2 
    HWArticle of the Week: Unemployment annotations and 300+ word reflection (3 vivid verbs and 2 prepositional phrases) due Friday. Life After High School: College, Career, Military? project due Friday. Vocab #1 Com/Con due Friday
     
     
     
    8/9 Friday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
     
    Warm Up: Get out AOW #2--Do not turn in to the basket yet!
    Seating Chart 
    Peer-review AOW #2 
    Begin research for AOW#3
    HW: Article of the Week: Find your own "Life After High School" article around the area you're interested in (college, career, military, etc). Write a 300 word response including 3 prepositional phrases. 
     
    8/12 Monday 
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
     
    Warm Up: Get out AOW#3 Article
    Resume Worksheet 
    HW: Article of the Week: Find your own "Life After High School" article around the area you're interested in (college, career, military, etc). Write a 300 word response including 3 prepositional phrases--Due Friday. Make sure your computer passwords are updated by block day! 
     
    8/13 Tuesday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
     
     
    Warm Up:
    Pictures 
    Good Resumes vs. Bad Resumes 
    Sample Resume 
    Continue working on Resume worksheet
    HW: Article of the Week: Find your own "Life After High School" article around the area you're interested in (college, career, military, etc). Write a 300 word response including 3 prepositional phrases--Due Friday
     
    8/14 Wednesday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
     
     
    Warm Up: BGB Senior Project Process Journals Quarter 1 Question 2 -- answers must be ONE FULL PAGE!
    Resume Article & Socratic 
    AzCIS w/ counselors 
    HW: Article of the Week: Find your own "Life After High School" article around the area you're interested in (college, career, military, etc). Write a 300 word response including 3 prepositional phrases--Due Friday.  Vocab #2 Hypo due Friday
     
    8/15 Thursday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
     
     
    Warm Up: BGB Senior Project Process Journals Quarter 1 Question 2 -- answers must be ONE FULL PAGE!
    Resume Article & Socratic 
    AzCIS w/ counselors 
    HW: Article of the Week: Find your own "Life After High School" article around the area you're interested in (college, career, military, etc). Write a 300 word response including 3 prepositional phrases--Due Friday. Vocab #2 Hypo due Friday
     
    8/16 Friday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
     
     
    Warm Up: Turn in AOW#3 to basket & get a Chromebook 
    Resume writing--rough draft 
    HW: Resume final draft & ECAP worksheet due block day 
     
    8/19 Monday
     
    Learning Goal: (11-12.L.1) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking. 
     
    1 - Student can identify a prepositional phrase.
    2 - Student can use a prepositional phrase with notes.
    3 - Student can purposefully use prepositional phrases to enhance writing.
    4 - Student evaluates the most important placement and purpose to when using prepositonal phrases for enhanced writing.
     
    Warm Up: Vocab 1 and 2 review 
    https://portal.azcis.intocareers.org/: expense tracking lifestyle quiz & reflection: How much do you need to make a year to live the lifestyle you want? Is your current career choice going to give you that lifestyle? What steps can you take to achieve the means to live the life you want? 
    HW: Resume rough draft & ECAP worksheet due block day 
     
    8/20 Tuesday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
     
    Warm Up: Vocab #3
    Write rough-draft of cover letter
    HW: Resume and cover letter rough drafts & ECAP worksheet due block day. Vocab #3 Inter due Friday
     
    8/21 Wednesday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
     
    Warm Up: Get out resume and cover letter rough drafts. Turn ECAP into basket
    Peer Edit resumes and cover letters 
    Peer Edit reflection: What do you need to improve on for your final drafts? Did you partners make any comments you disagree with? (1 paragraph)
    Read Even Geniuses as a group + analysis
    "Even Geniuses" Socratic Seminar--if absent, read the article and write and respond to 3 Socratic questions. 
    HW: Vocab #3 Inter due Friday w/ appositive phrase. Resume/Cover letter final drafts due Monday to turnitin.com. Annotated Even Geniuses article for Monday. 
     
    8/22 Thursday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
     
    Warm Up: Get out resume and cover letter rough drafts. Turn ECAP into basket
    Peer Edit resumes and cover letters 
    Peer Edit reflection: What do you need to improve on for your final drafts? Did you partners make any comments you disagree with? (1 paragraph)
    Read Even Geniuses as a group +annotate 
    "Even Geniuses" Socratic Seminar--if absent, read the article and write and respond to 3 Socratic questions. 
    HW: Vocab #3 Inter due Friday w/ appositive phrase. Resume/Cover letter final drafts due Monday to turnitin.com. Annotated Even Geniuses article for Monday. 
     
    8/23 Friday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
     
    Warm Up: Turn Vocab #3 into basket. Grab a Chromebook
    Finish final draft of resume and cover letter & turn in to Turnitin.com
    HW: Resume/Cover letter final drafts due Monday to turnitin.com. Annotated Even Geniuses article for Monday. 
     
     
    8/26 Monday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
     
    Warm Up: Get out "Gen Z" AOW from Friday
    Kahoot! Mid-Quarter Review
    English 12 Grammar/Vocab Review
    HW: Resume/Cover letter final drafts due Monday to turnitin.com by midnight!  Gen Z AOW annotation and reflection w/ 2 appositive phrases due Friday!
     
     
    8/27 Tuesday
     
    Learning Goal: (11-12.L.1) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking. 
     
    1 - Student can identify a participle phrase.
    2 - Student can use a participle phrase with notes.
    3 - Student can purposefully use participle phrases to enhance writing.
    4 - Student evaluates the most important placement and purpose to when using participle phrases for enhanced writing.
     
    Warm Up: Grab a Vocab sheet from the front table
    Watch Street Smarts Versus Book Smart Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzETi1ZUApU&disable_polymer=true
    Street Smarts vs. Book Smarts quick write: Which one are you? Are you both? In your opinion, is it more valuable to be one over the other? Give specific examples. 2 paragraph minimum.
    HWGen Z AOW annotation and reflection w/ 2 appositive phrases due Friday! Vocab #4 w/ participle phrase due Friday! 
     
     
    8/28 Wednesday
     
    Learning Goal: (11-12.L.1) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking. 
     
    1 - Student can identify a participle phrase.
    2 - Student can use a participle phrase with notes.
    3 - Student can purposefully use participle phrases to enhance writing.
    4 - Student evaluates the most important placement and purpose to when using participle phrases for enhanced writing.
     
    Warm Up:  BGB Senior Project Process Journals Quarter 1 Question 3 -- answers must be ONE FULL PAGE!
    Watch Street Smarts Versus Book Smart Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzETi1ZUApU&disable_polymer=true
    Street Smarts vs. Book Smarts quick write: Which one are you? Are you both? In your opinion, is it more valuable to be one over the other? Give specific examples. 2 paragraph minimum.
    Discuss quick write in groups. 
    Phrase pratice - notebook
    Connotation/Denotation Explanation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQm30AWaHYo
    Connotation/Denotation Matching Activity
    Work on Gen Z AOW
    HWGen Z AOW annotation and reflection w/ 2 appositive phrases due Friday! Vocab #4 w/ participle phrase due Friday! 
     
    8/29 Thursday
     
    Learning Goal: (11-12.L.1) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking. 
     
    1 - Student can identify a participle phrase.
    2 - Student can use a participle phrase with notes.
    3 - Student can purposefully use participle phrases to enhance writing.
    4 - Student evaluates the most important placement and purpose to when using participle phrases for enhanced writing.
     
    Warm Up:  BGB Senior Project Process Journals Quarter 1 Question 3 -- answers must be ONE FULL PAGE!
    Watch Street Smarts Versus Book Smart Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzETi1ZUApU&disable_polymer=true
    Street Smarts vs. Book Smarts quick write: Which one are you? Are you both? In your opinion, is it more valuable to be one over the other? Give specific examples. 2 paragraph minimum.
    Discuss quick write in groups. 
    Phrase pratice - notebook
    Connotation/Denotation Explanation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQm30AWaHYo
    Work on Gen Z AOW
    HWGen Z AOW annotation and reflection w/ 2 appositive phrases due Friday! Vocab #4 w/ participle phrase due Friday! 
     
    8/30 Friday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.9-10.L.5.b) Analyze nuances in the meaning of words with similar denotations. 
     
    1 - Student can analyze nuances in the meaning of words with similar denotations.
    2 - Student can analyze nuances in the meaning of words with similar denotations with help. 
    3 - Student can identify nuances in the meaning of words with similar denotations. 
    4 - Student can identify nuances in the meaning of words with similar denotations with help. 
     
    Warm Up:  Turn in AOW and Vocab to the basket 
    Connotation/Denotation Matching Activity
    Grammar Kahoot! Review 
    HW: BGB Artifact #1 due 9/18-19 
     
    9/2 Monday 
    No School 
     
    9/3 Tuesday 
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    4 - Student can identify nuances in the meaning of words with similar denotations with help. 
     
    Warm Up:  Turn in AOW to basket if not turned in Friday
    Vocab #5 
    Begin Email Etiquette Notes  
    HW: BGB Artifact #1 due 9/18-19. Vocab #5 with participial phrase due Friday. 
     
    9/4 Wednesday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    4 - Student can identify nuances in the meaning of words with similar denotations with help. 
     
    Warm Up: With a neighbor, discuss where you're at with your BGB project. Are you ready for conferences in two weeks? 
    Get out your phones & check your grades--failing grades/in danger of failing will result in parent emails on Friday 
    Email Etiquette Speed Dating
    Going to College Is Not Always the Best Option Article--Annotate, 3 Socratic questions, and Socratic Seminar 
    Go over Grammar Quiz on Friday
    HW: BGB Artifact #1 due 9/18-19. Vocab #5 with participial phrase due Friday. 
     
    9/5 Thursday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    4 - Student can identify nuances in the meaning of words with similar denotations with help. 
     
    Warm Up: With a neighbor, discuss where you're at with your BGB project. Are you ready for conferences in two weeks? 
    Get out your phones & check your grades--failing grades/in danger of failing will result in parent emails on Friday 
    Email Etiquette Speed Dating
    Going to College Is Not Always the Best Option Article--Annotate, 3 Socratic questions, and Socratic Seminar 
    Go over Grammar Quiz on Friday
    HW: BGB Artifact #1 due 9/18-19. Vocab #5 with participial phrase due Friday. 
     
    9/6 Friday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    4 - Student can identify nuances in the meaning of words with similar denotations with help. 
     
    Warm Up: Turn in Vocab #5 and Annotated Going to College Is Not Always the Best Option Article
    Grammar Quiz--open note
    Grade Grammar Quiz + reflection: What do you need more practice on? Do you need to work on how you take notes? What do you still not understand about the grammar concepts we have learned so far? 5-7 sentences. 
    Begin BGB Calendar Planning-DO NOT TAKE THESE HOME! Leave these in your file folders! 
    HW: BGB Artifact #1 due 9/18-19. 
     
    9/9 Monday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    4 - Student can identify nuances in the meaning of words with similar denotations with help. 
     
    Warm Up: Grab a green folder and name tab from front table
    Set up work return folders & pass back work
    Discuss AOW common mistakes
    Discuss BGB Business Letter & begin audience brainstorming
    HW: BGB Artifact #1 due 9/18-19.
     
     
    9/10 Tuesday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    4 - Student can identify nuances in the meaning of words with similar denotations with help. 
     
    Warm Up:
    Vocab 1-5 Review
    Work on BGB Business Letter rough draft
    HW: BGB Business Letter rough draft due block day. BGB Artifact #1 due 9/18-19
     
    9/11 Wednesday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    4 - Student can identify nuances in the meaning of words with similar denotations with help. 
     
    Warm Up: BGB Senior Project Process Journals Quarter 1 Question 4 -- answers must be ONE FULL PAGE!
    Peer Edit BGB Business Letter rough draft
    Work on BGB Business Letter final draft
    Vocab 1-5 Review
    4th Hour: BGB presentation 
    HW: BGB Artifact #1 due 9/18-19. Final draft BGB Business Letter due Friday at the end of class! 
     
    9/12 Thursday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    4 - Student can identify nuances in the meaning of words with similar denotations with help. 
     
    Warm Up:
    Vocab 1-5 Review
    Peer Edit BGB Business Letter rough draft
    Work on BGB Business Letter final draft--must submit by the end of class!
    HW: BGB Artifact #1 due 9/18-19. Final draft BGB Business Letter due Friday at the end of class! 
     
     
    9/13 Friday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    4 - Student can identify nuances in the meaning of words with similar denotations with help. 
     
    Warm Up: 
    Vocab 1-5 Review
    Work on BGB Business Letter final draft--must submit by the end of class!
    HW: BGB Artifact #1 due 9/18-19. Final draft BGB Business Letter due at the end of class! 
     
     
    9/16 Monday
    Learning Goal: (11-12.L.1) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking. 
     
    1 - Student can identify an infinitive phrase.
    2 - Student can use an infinitive phrase with notes.
    3 - Student can purposefully use infinitive phrases to enhance writing.
    4 - Student evaluates the most important placement and purpose to when using infinitive phrases for enhanced writing.

    Warm Up: In your notebooks, give the definition of each of the 5 vocab roots from this quarter: Com/Con, Hypo, Inter, Circum, Mal/Male. List two unfamiliar words with definitions for each of them.
    Notes: Infinitives and Infinitive Phrases
    Notes: Sentence Types
    HW: BGB Artifact #1 due block day!
     
    9/17 Tuesday

    Warm Up: Welcome Sgt. Birk
    Marine Recruiter
    HW: BGB Artifact #1 due block day! Study for Quarter 1 Vocab Quiz on block day! 
     
    9/18 Wednesday

    Warm Up: Study for Quarter 1 VocabT Test! Com/Con, Hypo, Inter, Circum, Mal/Male.
    Quarter 1 Vocab Test
    Notes: Sentence Types (Compound, Compound-Complex, & Practice)
    Hidden Intellectualism Annotations + 3 Socratic questions
    BGB Conferences + Notebook Checks
    HW: Hidden Intellectualism Annotations/Questions due Friday! BGB Artifact #2 due 2nd Quarter (date TBD). 
     
    9/19 Thursday 

    Warm Up: Study for Quarter 1 VocabT Test! Com/Con, Hypo, Inter, Circum, Mal/Male.
    Quarter 1 Vocab Test
    Notes: Sentence Types (Compound, Compound-Complex, & Practice)
    Hidden Intellectualism Annotations + 3 Socratic questions
    BGB Conferences + Notebook Checks
    HW: Hidden Intellectualism Annotations/Questions due Friday! BGB Artifact #2 due 2nd Quarter (date TBD). 
     
    9/20 Friday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.SL.1.a) Come to discussions prepared having read and researched material under study; explicitly draw on that preparation by referring to evidence from texts and other research on the topic or issue to stimulate a thoughtful, well- reasoned exchange of ideas. 
     
    4 - Student is prepared with annotations for discussion, asks well thought-out questions, offers responses backed up by evidence, and speaks more than twice. 
    3 - Student is prepared with annotations for discussion, asks well thought-out questions, offers responses backed up by evidence, and speaks twice. 
    2 - Student is prepared with annotations for discussion, asks some questions, offers responses that may not be backed up by evidence, and speaks once.
    1 - Student is not prepared with annotations for discussion and does not participate. 

    Warm Up: Get out "Hidden Intellectualism" Article & finalize annotations and questions 
    Hidden Intellectualism Socratic Seminar
    Review Sentence Types 
    HW: BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
     
    9/23 Monday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.SL.1.a) Come to discussions prepared having read and researched material under study; explicitly draw on that preparation by referring to evidence from texts and other research on the topic or issue to stimulate a thoughtful, well- reasoned exchange of ideas. 
     
    4 - Student is prepared with annotations for discussion, asks well thought-out questions, offers responses backed up by evidence, and speaks more than twice. 
    3 - Student is prepared with annotations for discussion, asks well thought-out questions, offers responses backed up by evidence, and speaks twice. 
    2 - Student is prepared with annotations for discussion, asks some questions, offers responses that may not be backed up by evidence, and speaks once.
    1 - Student is not prepared with annotations for discussion and does not participate. 

    Warm Up: Pass back papers
    Quarter 1 Work Review & reflection: What did you do well on this quarter and what do you need to improve on--notes, homework, writing? 2 paragraph minimum.
    Grab a Chromebook and complete AZCIS Research Packet--complete and turn in to basket when done!
    Begin notes from College Admissions Essays 101 Notes on College Admissions Essays 101 Student Notes
    HW: BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    9/24 Tuesday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS. 11-12.W.7) Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects to answer a question (including a self-generated question) or solve a problem; narrow or broaden the inquiry when appropriate; synthesize multiple sources on the subject, demonstrating understanding of the subject under investigation. 
     
    4 -  Student successfuly conducted a short research project about life after high school.
    3 - Student conducted a short research project about life after high school, but may have left some information out.
    2 - Student somewhat conducted a short research project about life after high school, which is missing information.
    1 - Student did not conduct a short research project about life after high school.

    Warm Up: Grab a Chromebook
    Complete AZCIS Research Packet--complete and turn in to basket when done!
    HW: BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    9/25 Wednesday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 

     
    Warm Up: Get out notes from Monday
    Personal Statement brainstorming: Which prompt will you choose and what will you write about? 
    HW: BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    9/26 Thursday
     
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 

    Warm Up: Grab a Chromebook
    Warm Up: Get out notes from Monday
    Personal Statement brainstorming: Which prompt will you choose and what will you write about? 
    HW: BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
     
    9/27 Friday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.3) Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
     
    4 - Student fully applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    3 - Student almost completely applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    2 - Student somewhat applied their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 
    1 - Student did not fully apply their knowledge of language and how it functions in different contexts. 

    Warm Up: N/A
    Movie day
    HW: Narrow down Personal Statement topics to 1 idea--we will begin writing these the week we come back! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)