• Semester 1 Final Review Resources:
    Punctuation/Comma Kahoot Review: https://create.kahoot.it/share/punctuation-and-comma-rules/d4a1609b-734c-4df3-9ca5-fb84dd93c014
     
     
    September 30-October 14: Fall Break 
     
    10/15 Tuesday: Welcome Back! 
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.W.3.a) Engage and orient the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance, establishing one or multiple point(s) of view, and introducing a narrator and/or characters; create a smooth progression of experiences or events.
     
    4 - Student successfully creates an engaging introduction to their personal statement essay using one of the seven techniques in their notes. 
    3 - Student successfully creates an informative introduction to their personal statement essay using one of the seven techniques in their notes, 
    but it is not as engaging. 
    2 - Student creates an introduction to their personal statement essay using one of the seven techniques in their notes, but it is not as engaging. 
    1 - Student creates an introduction to their personal statement essay using one of the seven techniques in their notes that is missing an element, is not engaging, or does not relate to the main idea of the statement.  
     
    Warm Up: New Seating Chart
    HW: BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    10/16 Wednesday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.W.3.a) Engage and orient the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance, establishing one or multiple point(s) of view, and introducing a narrator and/or characters; create a smooth progression of experiences or events.
     
    4 - Student successfully engages the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance. 
    3 - Student engages the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance with some minor issues. 
    2 - Student somewhat engages the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance with a few minor issues. 
    1 - Student does not successfully engage the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance. 
     
    Warm Up: 2nd hour: Grab a Chromebook.
    3rd hour: F217.
    4th hour: C201.
    Complete Rough Draft of Personal Statement
    HW: 2 printed copies of Personal Statement by Friday 10/18! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    10/17 Thursday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.W.3.a) Engage and orient the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance, establishing one or multiple point(s) of view, and introducing a narrator and/or characters; create a smooth progression of experiences or events.
     
    4 - Student successfully engages the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance. 
    3 - Student engages the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance with some minor issues. 
    2 - Student somewhat engages the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance with a few minor issues. 
    1 - Student does not successfully engage the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance. 
     
    Warm Up: Grab a Chromebook
     Complete Rough Draft of Personal Statement                                                                                                          
    HW: BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    10/18 Friday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.W.3.a) Engage and orient the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance, establishing one or multiple point(s) of view, and introducing a narrator and/or characters; create a smooth progression of experiences or events.
     
    4 - Student successfully engages the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance. 
    3 - Student engages the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance with some minor issues. 
    2 - Student somewhat engages the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance with a few minor issues. 
    1 - Student does not successfully engage the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance. 
     
    Warm Up: Get out copies of Personal Statement
    Peer Edit Personal Statements in groups of 3 
    HW: Final Draft of Personal Statement due Monday at the end of class! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    10/21 Monday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.W.3.a) Engage and orient the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance, establishing one or multiple point(s) of view, and introducing a narrator and/or characters; create a smooth progression of experiences or events.
     
    4 - Student successfully engages the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance. 
    3 - Student engages the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance with some minor issues. 
    2 - Student somewhat engages the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance with a few minor issues. 
    1 - Student does not successfully engage the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation and its significance. 
     
    Warm Up: Begin Quarter 2 Vocab
    Grab a Chromebook & complete final draft of Personal Statement--due by the end of class!
    4th Hour: Social and Emotional Mini-Lesson 
    HW: Vocab (Mono) due Friday! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    10/22 Tuesday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.2) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing
     
    4 - Student is able to correctly use each type of punctuation when writing. 
    3 - Student is able to correctly use the majority of punctuation rules when writing. 
    2 - Student is able to identify types of punctuation but may need more help applying their knowledge.
    1 - Student is able to identify some types of punctuation but needs more help and practice applying their knowledge. 
     
    Warm Up: Pass back work 
    HW: Vocab (Mono) due Friday! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    10/23 Wednesday:
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.2) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing
     
    4 - Student is able to correctly use each type of punctuation when writing. 
    3 - Student is able to correctly use the majority of punctuation rules when writing. 
    2 - Student is able to identify types of punctuation but may need more help applying their knowledge.
    1 - Student is able to identify some types of punctuation but needs more help and practice applying their knowledge. 
     
    Warm Up: Basha Gives Back Senior Project Journals Quarter 2 Question 1--entries must be ONE FULL PAGE! 
    Finish Punctuation Rules practice 
    Begin Comma Packet 
    Find article for next week AOW. Topic: What is happening in the world right now that you are angry about? Find an article about this & annotate. 300-word reflection due next Friday!
    HW: Vocab (Mono) due Friday! Article of the Week (your choice) annotations and 300-word reflection  due Friday! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    10/23 Wednesday:
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.2) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing
     
    4 - Student is able to correctly use each type of punctuation when writing. 
    3 - Student is able to correctly use the majority of punctuation rules when writing. 
    2 - Student is able to identify types of punctuation but may need more help applying their knowledge.
    1 - Student is able to identify some types of punctuation but needs more help and practice applying their knowledge. 
     
    Warm Up: Basha Gives Back Senior Project Journals Quarter 2 Question 1--entries must be ONE FULL PAGE! 
    Finish Punctuation Rules practice 
    Begin Comma Packet 
    Find article for next week AOW. Topic: What is happening in the world right now that you are angry about? Find an article about this & annotate. 300-word reflection due next Friday!
    HW: Vocab (Mono) due Friday! Article of the Week (your choice) annotations and 300-word reflection  due Friday! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    10/25 Friday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.2) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing
     
    4 - Student is able to correctly use each type of punctuation when writing. 
    3 - Student is able to correctly use the majority of punctuation rules when writing. 
    2 - Student is able to identify types of punctuation but may need more help applying their knowledge.
    1 - Student is able to identify some types of punctuation but needs more help and practice applying their knowledge. 
     
    Warm Up: Get out comma packet & study for quiz
    Comma quiz 
    Find article for next week AOW. Topic: What is happening in the world right now that you are angry about? Find an article about this & annotate. 300-word reflection due next Friday!
    HW: Article of the Week (your choice) annotations and 300-word reflection  due Friday! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    10/28 Monday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.2) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing
     
    4 - Student is able to correctly use each type of punctuation when writing. 
    3 - Student is able to correctly use the majority of punctuation rules when writing. 
    2 - Student is able to identify types of punctuation but may need more help applying their knowledge.
    1 - Student is able to identify some types of punctuation but needs more help and practice applying their knowledge. 

    Warm Up: Pass back comma quiz
    Comma quiz corrections
    Punctuation & Comma Kahoot Review: 
    HW: Article of the Week (your choice) annotations and 300-word reflection  due Friday!BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    10/29 Tuesday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.2) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing
     
    4 - Student is able to correctly use each type of punctuation when writing. 
    3 - Student is able to correctly use the majority of punctuation rules when writing. 
    2 - Student is able to identify types of punctuation but may need more help applying their knowledge.
    1 - Student is able to identify some types of punctuation but needs more help and practice applying their knowledge. 
     
    Warm Up: Vocab #2 (Omni)
    Don't Float Your Quotes
    HW:  Article of the Week (your choice) annotations and 300-word reflection due Friday! Vocab #2 (Omni) w/ infinitive phrase due Friday! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    10/30 Wednesday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.2) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing
     
    4 - Student is able to correctly use each type of punctuation when writing. 
    3 - Student is able to correctly use the majority of punctuation rules when writing. 
    2 - Student is able to identify types of punctuation but may need more help applying their knowledge.
    1 - Student is able to identify some types of punctuation but needs more help and practice applying their knowledge. 
     
    Warm Up: Basha Gives Back Senior Project Journals Quarter 2 Question 2--entries must be ONE FULL PAGE! 
    Grammar and Punctuation Review Activity
    HW: Article of the Week (your choice) annotations and 300-word reflection due Friday! Vocab #2 (Omni) w/ infinitive phrase due Friday! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    10/31 Thursday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.2) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing
     
    4 - Student is able to correctly use each type of punctuation when writing. 
    3 - Student is able to correctly use the majority of punctuation rules when writing. 
    2 - Student is able to identify types of punctuation but may need more help applying their knowledge.
    1 - Student is able to identify some types of punctuation but needs more help and practice applying their knowledge. 
     
    Warm Up: Basha Gives Back Senior Project Journals Quarter 2 Question 2--entries must be ONE FULL PAGE! 
    Grammar and Punctuation Review activity
    HW:  Article of the Week (your choice) annotations and 300-word reflection due Friday!  Vocab #2 (Omni) w/ infinitive phrase due Friday!  BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    11/1 Friday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.2) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing
     
    4 - Student is able to correctly use each type of punctuation when writing. 
    3 - Student is able to correctly use the majority of punctuation rules when writing. 
    2 - Student is able to identify types of punctuation but may need more help applying their knowledge.
    1 - Student is able to identify some types of punctuation but needs more help and practice applying their knowledge. 
     
    Warm Up: Turn in Vocab and AOW to basket
    Continue working on Grammar/Punctuation Movie Posters
    HW: BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
     
    11/4 Monday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.2) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing
     
    4 - Student is able to correctly use each type of punctuation when writing. 
    3 - Student is able to correctly use the majority of punctuation rules when writing. 
    2 - Student is able to identify types of punctuation but may need more help applying their knowledge.
    1 - Student is able to identify some types of punctuation but needs more help and practice applying their knowledge. 
     
    Warm Up: Make finishing touches on posters
    Poster presentations
    Pass back papers 
    HW: Vocab (Preter) using compound-complex sentence due Friday! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    11/5 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 is able to write a well-researched question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    3 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    2 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from with help and is able to find two credible sources to support their thesis. 
    1 - Student struggles to write a research question to base their research paper from and is unable to find any credible sources to support their thesis. 
     
    Warm Up: 
    Write down your score and complete this reflection in your notebook: Are you surprised by your score? Should it have been higher/lower? Do you feel prepared to live on your own and be a full-fledged adult?
    Introduce research paper & pick a topic 
    HW: Vocab (Preter) using compound-complex sentence due Friday! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    11/6 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 is able to write a well-researched question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    3 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    2 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from with help and is able to find two credible sources to support their thesis. 
    1 - Student struggles to write a research question to base their research paper from and is unable to find any credible sources to support their thesis. 
     
    Warm Up: Talk with your neighbor about your research topic
    Go over CRAAP Test 
    Grab a Chromebook & work on numbers 1 and 2 of your final research paper--due 11/8
    HW: Research worksheets 1 and 2 due Friday! Vocab (Preter) using compound-complex sentence due Friday! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    11/7 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 is able to write a well-researched question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    3 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    2 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from with help and is able to find two credible sources to support their thesis. 
    1 - Student struggles to write a research question to base their research paper from and is unable to find any credible sources to support their thesis. 
     
    Warm Up: Talk with your neighbor about your research topic
    Go over CRAAP Test 
    Grab a Chromebook & work on numbers 1 and 2 of your final research paper--due 11/8
    HW: Research worksheets 1 and 2 due Friday! 3 printed articles due Friday! Vocab (Preter) using compound-complex sentence due Friday! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    11/8 Friday
    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 is able to write a well-researched question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    3 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    2 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from with help and is able to find two credible sources to support their thesis. 
    1 - Student struggles to write a research question to base their research paper from and is unable to find any credible sources to support their thesis. 
     
    Warm Up: Grade check
    Take notes on Transitions
    Complete Works Cited Questions Worksheet--due 11/12
    HW: Research worksheet 3 due Tuesday! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
     
    11/11 Monday
    NO SCHOOL
     
    11/12 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 is able to write a well-researched question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    3 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    2 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from with help and is able to find two credible sources to support their thesis. 
    1 - Student struggles to write a research question to base their research paper from and is unable to find any credible sources to support their thesis. 
     
    Warm Up: Check Works Cited Questions Worksheet
    ACT Practice Test #1
    HW: BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    11/13 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 is able to write a well-researched question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    3 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    2 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from with help and is able to find two credible sources to support their thesis. 
    1 - Student struggles to write a research question to base their research paper from and is unable to find any credible sources to support their thesis. 
     
    Warm Up: Get out a separate sheet of paper & label "ACT Reading" 
    ACT Practice Test #2
    Complete Part 4 of research packet: Outline Graphic Organizer 
    HW: Essay outline due 11/15! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    11/14 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 is able to write a well-researched question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    3 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    2 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from with help and is able to find two credible sources to support their thesis. 
    1 - Student struggles to write a research question to base their research paper from and is unable to find any credible sources to support their thesis. 
     
    Warm Up: Get out a separate sheet of paper & label "ACT Reading" 
    ACT Practice Test #2
    Complete Part 4 of research packet: Outline Graphic Organizer 
    HW: Essay outline due 11/15! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    11/15 Friday
    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 is able to write a well-researched question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    3 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    2 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from with help and is able to find two credible sources to support their thesis. 
    1 - Student struggles to write a research question to base their research paper from and is unable to find any credible sources to support their thesis. 
     
    Warm Up: Turn in Outline Graphic Organizer (if not turned in already) 
    Correct ACT practices 1 &2
    Begin ACT corrections
    HW: BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    11/18 Monday
    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 is able to write a well-researched question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    3 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    2 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from with help and is able to find two credible sources to support their thesis. 
    1 - Student struggles to write a research question to base their research paper from and is unable to find any credible sources to support their thesis. 
     
    Warm Up: Pass out Vocab #4
    Head to F217 (all classes)
    Work on rough draft of final research essay
    HW: Vocab #4 (Trans) with compound sentence due Friday! Rough draft due end of class 11/19! Essay outline due 11/15! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    11/19 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 is able to write a well-researched question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    3 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    2 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from with help and is able to find two credible sources to support their thesis. 
    1 - Student struggles to write a research question to base their research paper from and is unable to find any credible sources to support their thesis. 
     
    Warm Up: Head to F217 (all classes)
    Complete rough draft of research essay
    Work on ACT test corrections
    HW: Vocab #4 (Trans) with compound sentence due Friday! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    11/20 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 is able to write a well-researched question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    3 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    2 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from with help and is able to find two credible sources to support their thesis. 
    1 - Student struggles to write a research question to base their research paper from and is unable to find any credible sources to support their thesis. 
     
    Warm Up: Get out 2 copies of rough draft
    Complete peer editing of research paper rough drafts
    Work on final draft of research paper--final draft due to Turnitin by Sunday at 11:59!
    Work on ACT Corrections
    HW: Vocab #4 (Trans) with compound sentence due Friday! Final draft due to Turnitin by Sunday at 11:59! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    11/21 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 is able to write a well-researched question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    3 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    2 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from with help and is able to find two credible sources to support their thesis. 
    1 - Student struggles to write a research question to base their research paper from and is unable to find any credible sources to support their thesis. 
     
    Warm Up: Get out 2 copies of rough draft
    Complete peer editing of research paper rough drafts
    Work on final draft of research paper--final draft due to Turnitin by Sunday at 11:59!
    Work on ACT Corrections
    HW: Vocab #4 (Trans) with compound sentence due Friday! Final draft due to Turnitin by Sunday at 11:59! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    11/22 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 is able to make corrections to their ACT practice tests with improved accuracy of correct answers with no assistance. 
    3 - Student is able to make corrections to their ACT practice tests with improved accuracy of correct answers with some assitance. 
    2 - Student is able to make some corrections to their ACT practice tests with improved accuracy of correct answers with assistance. 
    1 - Student struggles to make corrections to their ACT practice tests with improved accuracy of correct answers with assistance. 
     
    Warm Up: Pass back ACT answer sheets
    Work on ACT Corrections
    HW: Final draft due to Turnitin by Sunday at 11:59! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    11/25 Monday
    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 is able to write a well-researched question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    3 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    2 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from with help and is able to find two credible sources to support their thesis. 
    1 - Student struggles to write a research question to base their research paper from and is unable to find any credible sources to support their thesis. 
     
    Warm Up: Get out notebooks
    Research presentations
    Continue ACT Corrections
    HW: Vocab #4 (Trans) with compound sentence due Friday! Final draft due to Turnitin by Sunday at 11:59! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    11/26 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 is able to write a well-researched question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    3 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    2 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from with help and is able to find two credible sources to support their thesis. 
    1 - Student struggles to write a research question to base their research paper from and is unable to find any credible sources to support their thesis. 
     
    Warm Up: Get out notebooks
    Research presentations
    Continue ACT Corrections
    HW: BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    11/27 Wednesday
    NO SCHOOL
     
    11/28 Thursday
    NO SCHOOL
     
    11/29 Friday
    NO SCHOOL
     
    12/2 Monday
    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 is able to write a well-researched question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    3 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    2 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from with help and is able to find two credible sources to support their thesis. 
    1 - Student struggles to write a research question to base their research paper from and is unable to find any credible sources to support their thesis. 
     
    Warm Up: Get out notebooks
    Research presentations
    Continue ACT Corrections
    HW: BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    12/3 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 is able to write a well-researched question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    3 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from and is able to find three credible sources to support their thesis. 
    2 - Student is able to write a research question to base their research paper from with help and is able to find two credible sources to support their thesis. 
    1 - Student struggles to write a research question to base their research paper from and is unable to find any credible sources to support their thesis. 
     
    Warm Up: Get out notebooks
    Research presentations
    Continue ACT Corrections 
    HW: ACT Corrections due Friday--must be done before/after school or during conference! BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    12/4 Wednesday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.RL.7) Analyze multiple interpretations of a story, drama, or poem (e.g., recorded or live production of a play or recorded novel or poetry); evaluating how each version interprets the source text.
     
    4 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with little to no help; student is a resource for others who needs guidance. 
    3 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with little help.
    2 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with more guidance. 
    1 - Student struggles to analyze the visual interpretation of Hamlet; student may need more guidance to be successful. 
     
    Warm Up: Basha Gives Back Senior Project Journals Quarter 2 Question 3--entries must be ONE FULL PAGE! 
    Hamlet Anticipation Guide
    Hamlet Socratic Seminar
    Go through Hamlet packet & begin movie  
    HW: BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    12/5 Thursday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.RL.7) Analyze multiple interpretations of a story, drama, or poem (e.g., recorded or live production of a play or recorded novel or poetry); evaluating how each version interprets the source text.
     
    4 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with little to no help; student is a resource for others who needs guidance. 
    3 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with little help.
    2 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with more guidance. 
    1 - Student struggles to analyze the visual interpretation of Hamlet; student may need more guidance to be successful. 
     
    Warm Up: Basha Gives Back Senior Project Journals Quarter 2 Question 3--entries must be ONE FULL PAGE! 
    Hamlet Introduction
    Begin Hamlet movie   
    HW: BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    12/6 Friday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.RL.7) Analyze multiple interpretations of a story, drama, or poem (e.g., recorded or live production of a play or recorded novel or poetry); evaluating how each version interprets the source text.
     
    4 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with little to no help; student is a resource for others who needs guidance. 
    3 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with little help.
    2 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with more guidance. 
    1 - Student struggles to analyze the visual interpretation of Hamlet; student may need more guidance to be successful. 
     
    Warm Up: Turn in Vocab to basket
    Continue Hamlet movie   
    HW: BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    12/9 Monday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.RL.7) Analyze multiple interpretations of a story, drama, or poem (e.g., recorded or live production of a play or recorded novel or poetry); evaluating how each version interprets the source text.
     
    4 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with little to no help; student is a resource for others who needs guidance. 
    3 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with little help.
    2 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with more guidance. 
    1 - Student struggles to analyze the visual interpretation of Hamlet; student may need more guidance to be successful. 
     
    Warm Up: Basha Gives Back Senior Project Journals Quarter 2 Question 4--entries must be ONE FULL PAGE! 
    Continue Hamlet movie 
    HW: BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    12/10 Tuesday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.RL.7) Analyze multiple interpretations of a story, drama, or poem (e.g., recorded or live production of a play or recorded novel or poetry); evaluating how each version interprets the source text.
     
    4 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with little to no help; student is a resource for others who needs guidance. 
    3 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with little help.
    2 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with more guidance. 
    1 - Student struggles to analyze the visual interpretation of Hamlet; student may need more guidance to be successful. 
     
    Warm Up: Divide into 3 even teams
    Quarter 2 Vocab Review: Mono=one, single, Omni=everywhere, all, Peter=past, beyond, Trans=across, beyond, Cap/Capt=take, seize)
    Continue Hamlet 
    HW: BGB Artifact #2 & 3 due 2nd Quarter (December 11-12)
     
    12/11 Wednesday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.RL.7) Analyze multiple interpretations of a story, drama, or poem (e.g., recorded or live production of a play or recorded novel or poetry); evaluating how each version interprets the source text.
     
    4 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with little to no help; student is a resource for others who needs guidance. 
    3 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with little help.
    2 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with more guidance. 
    1 - Student struggles to analyze the visual interpretation of Hamlet; student may need more guidance to be successful. 
     
    Warm Up: Pass out BGB Quarter 2 Worksheet
    BGB Conferences w/ artifacts 2 & 3
    Finish Hamlet (skipping Act 4)--packet due at the end of class
    HW: Study for finals (12/18-19)
     
    12/12 Thursday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.RL.7) Analyze multiple interpretations of a story, drama, or poem (e.g., recorded or live production of a play or recorded novel or poetry); evaluating how each version interprets the source text.
     
    4 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with little to no help; student is a resource for others who needs guidance. 
    3 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with little help.
    2 - Student is able to analyze visual interpretation of Hamlet with more guidance. 
    1 - Student struggles to analyze the visual interpretation of Hamlet; student may need more guidance to be successful. 
     
    Warm Up: Pass out BGB Quarter 2 Worksheet
    BGB Conferences w/ artifacts 2 & 3
    Finish Hamlet (skipping Act 4)--packet due at the end of class
    HW: Study for finals (12/18-19)
     
    12/13 Friday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.4.a) Use context (e.g., the overall meaning of a sentence, paragraph, or text; a word’s position or function in a sentence) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase. 
     
    4 - Student is able to use context clues and knowledge of the root to find the meaning of a vocabulary word with no help. 
    3 - Student is able to use context clues and knowledge of the root to find the meaning of a vocabulary word with little help.
    2 - Student is able to use context clues or knowledge of the root to find the meaning of a vocabulary word with some help.  
    1 - Student struggles to use context clues or knowledge of the root to find the meaning of a vocabulary word; student may require more guidance. 
     
    Warm Up: Study for vocab test
    Quarter 2 Vocab Test
    Hand out Final Review
    HW: Review page due Tuesday! Study for final exams on Wednesday (2nd, 4th) and Thursday (3rd)! 
     
    12/16 Monday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.1) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
     
    4 - Student is able to demonstrate understanding of various phrases through completion of review packet with no assistance; student is helping others. 
    3 - Student is able to demonstrate understanding of various phrases through completion of review packet with little assistance. 
    2 - Student is able to demonstrate understanding of various phrases through completion of review packet with assistance. 
    1 - Student struggles to demonstrate understanding of various phrases through completion of review packet with no assistance; student may need more guidance. 
     
    Warm Up: Turn in Hamlet playlist if not turned in on Friday
    3rd Hour: Budget Survey
    Finals Review Packet 
    HW: Study Guide due 12/16! Study for final exams on Wednesday (2nd, 4th) and Thursday (3rd)! 
     
    12/17 Tuesday
    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.1) Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
     
    4 - Student is able to demonstrate understanding of various phrases through completion of review packet with no assistance; student is helping others. 
    3 - Student is able to demonstrate understanding of various phrases through completion of review packet with little assistance. 
    2 - Student is able to demonstrate understanding of various phrases through completion of review packet with assistance. 
    1 - Student struggles to demonstrate understanding of various phrases through completion of review packet with no assistance; student may need more guidance. 
     
    Warm Up: 
    Go through Finals Review Packet
    Finals Review Kahoot: https://create.kahoot.it/share/final-exam-review/cf0a08be-af60-4f85-af04-aa1fe777aa3a
    HW: Study for final exams on Wednesday (2nd, 4th) and Thursday (3rd)!
     
    12/18 Wednesday
     
    Warm Up: Find your seat
    Get out a PENCIL. No pens. 
    Place ALL phones, smart watches, and earbuds into backpack. Place backpack at the front of the room (behind front table). 
    You may grab your things ONLY when ALL tests have been turned in.
    HW: Have a good break!
     
    12/19 Thursday
     
    Warm Up: Find your seat
    Get out a PENCIL. No pens. 
    Place ALL phones, smart watches, and earbuds into backpack. Place backpack at the front of the room (behind front table). 
    You may grab your things ONLY when ALL tests have been turned in.