• 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 January 6-January 10

    1/6 Monday

    NO SCHOOL 

    1/7 Tuesday--First Day of 2nd Semester!

     
     
    Warm Up: Share 2 things you did over break with the people around you
    Welcome Back & Seating Chart
    3rd Quarter Run-Down
    BGB Reminders: Project must be COMPLETE by March 6th (last day of the quarter)
    Phones
    Pass out Transitions notes & tape into notebook
    HW: Complete BGB Project by 3/6!
     

    1/8 Wednesday

     
    Warm Up: Talk to your shoulder partner about your BGB project progress--how close are you to finishing? What is standing in your way?
    Senior Credit Checks:
    2nd Hour--8AM
    4th Hour--9:55AM
    Review  and discuss Sentence Combining Notes 
    Discuss Senior Project Due Date  and Examples - DUE THIS QUARTER!
    Intro to Satire The Simpsons Hamlet Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O41bHX7kUPU
    Take Satire notes  from Satire Powerpoint  
    HW: Complete BGB Project by 3/6!
     

    1/9 Thursday

     
    Warm Up: Talk to your shoulder partner about your BGB project progress--how close are you to finishing? What is standing in your way?
    Senior Credit Checks: 
    3rd Hour--10AM
    Discuss Senior Project Due Date  and Examples - DUE THIS QUARTER!
    Intro to Satire The Simpsons Hamlet Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O41bHX7kUPU
    Take Satire notes  from Satire Powerpoint  in your IN
    HW: Complete BGB Project by 3/6!
     

    1/10 Friday

    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.5) Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings

    4 - Student successfully interprets their chosen articles & identifes the elements used to create satire with no help. 
    3 - Student successfully interprets their chosen articles & identifes the elements used to create satire with little help.  
    2 - Student works to interpret their chosen article & identify some of the elements used to create satire with some help. 
    1 - Student struggles to interpret their chosen articles & identify the elements used to create satire; may need additional guidance. 
     
    Warm Up: Get out notebook & flip to Satire notes from block day
    Finish taking Satire notes  from Satire Powerpoint  in your IN
    Choose an article from the front table & complete Identifying Satire Worksheet--due at the end of the hour!
    HW: Complete BGB Project by 3/6!
     

    1/13 Monday

    Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.5) Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings

    4 - Student successfully interprets their chosen articles & identifes the elements used to create satire with no help. 
    3 - Student successfully interprets their chosen articles & identifes the elements used to create satire with little help.  
    2 - Student works to interpret their chosen article & identify some of the elements used to create satire with some help. 
    1 - Student struggles to interpret their chosen articles & identify the elements used to create satire; may need additional guidance. 
     
    Warm Up: Seating Chart
    Vocab #1: Cred
    Review the appeals and Rhetorical Triangle with Appeals
    Create verbage for the Blank Satirical Cartoons and write a sentence about how your cartoon is satirical, using irony, understatement, overstatement, or sarcasm.  Write a two-sentence statement at the bottom as to how your cartoon utilizes, irony, sarcasm, overstatement or understatement to mock society.
    Turn in and discuss Satirical Cartoons with sentence describing satirical element.If absent, print and complete at home!
    HW: Vocab #1 (Cred) with participle phrase due Friday! Complete BGB Project by 3/6!
     
     1/14 Tues.
     Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.5) Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings
     
    4 - Student successfully interprets their chosen articles & identifes the elements used to create satire with no help. 
    3 - Student successfully interprets their chosen articles & identifes the elements used to create satire with little help.  
    2 - Student works to interpret their chosen article & identify some of the elements used to create satire with some help. 
    1 - Student struggles to interpret their chosen articles & identify the elements used to create satire; may need additional guidance. 
     
    Warm-up: Complete Grammar Practice in notebook
    Annotate "Surgically alters thumb to better use iPhone": note elements of irony, overstatement, understatement, sarcasm, logos, pathos & ethos
    Annotate "McDonald's To Open First Lunar Franchise": note elements of irony, overstatement, understatement, sarcasm, logos, pathos & ethos
    H - Modern satire example hard-copy due Friday. 2-paragraph analysis of modern version of satire due Tuesday. Complete BGB Project by 3/6!
     
     1/15 Wednesday
     Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.5) Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings
     
    4 - Student successfully interprets their chosen articles & identifes the elements used to create satire with no help. 
    3 - Student successfully interprets their chosen articles & identifes the elements used to create satire with little help.  
    2 - Student works to interpret their chosen article & identify some of the elements used to create satire with some help. 
    1 - Student struggles to interpret their chosen articles & identify the elements used to create satire; may need additional guidance. 
     
    Warm-up: Complete Grammar Practice in notebook
    Begin "A Modest Proposal"
    H - Modern satire example hard-copy due Friday. 2-paragraph analysis of modern version of satire due Tuesday. Complete BGB Project by 3/6!
     
    1/16 Thursday
     Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.5) Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings
     
    4 - Student successfully interprets "A Modest Proposal" & identifes the elements used to create satire with no help. 
    3 - Student successfully interprets "A Modest Proposal" & identifes the elements used to create satire with little help.  
    2 - Student works to interpret "A Modest Proposal" & identify some of the elements used to create satire with some help. 
    1 - Student struggles to interpret "A Modest Proposal" & identify the elements used to create satire; may need additional guidance. 
     
    Warm-up: Complete Grammar Practice in notebook
    Begin "A Modest Proposal"
    H - Modern satire example hard-copy due Friday. 2-paragraph analysis of modern version of satire due Tuesday. Complete BGB Project by 3/6!
     
    1/17 Friday
     Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.5) Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings
     
    4 - Student successfully interprets "A Modest Proposal" & identifes the elements used to create satire with no help. 
    3 - Student successfully interprets "A Modest Proposal" & identifes the elements used to create satire with little help.  
    2 - Student works to interpret "A Modest Proposal" & identify some of the elements used to create satire with some help. 
    1 - Student struggles to interpret "A Modest Proposal" & identify the elements used to create satire; may need additional guidance. 
     
    Warm-up: Complete the following grammar practice in notebook & turn notebook in to front table:
    Combine the following sentences using the required sentence combining tactic--
    June went to the store. 
    She went to the store to buy grapes.
    She went to the store to buy apples.
    She did not need any more oranges. 
    June did not like to go grocery shopping. 
     
    1) Use a series
    2) Use a relative pronoun 
    3) Use a semicolon with a conjuctive adverb 
     
    Turn in Vocab #1 (Cred)
    Continue "A Modest Proposal"
    H - 2-paragraph analysis of modern version of satire due Tuesday. Complete BGB Project by 3/6!
     
    1/20 Monday
    NO SCHOOL
     
    1/21 Tuesday
     Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.5) Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings
     
    4 - Student successfully interprets "A Modest Proposal" & identifes the elements used to create satire with no help. 
    3 - Student successfully interprets "A Modest Proposal" & identifes the elements used to create satire with little help.  
    2 - Student works to interpret "A Modest Proposal" & identify some of the elements used to create satire with some help. 
    1 - Student struggles to interpret "A Modest Proposal" & identify the elements used to create satire; may need additional guidance. 
     
    Warm-up: Turn in modern satire analysis to basket 
    Turn in Vocab #2 (Dict) with compound-complex sentence 
    Finish reading "A Modest Proposal"
    Write down at least 5 Socratic questions on the back of your "Modest Proposal" packet for seminar on Friday! 
    H - Vocab #2 (Dict) with compound-complex sentence due Friday! 5 Socratic questions for "A Modest Proposal" due Friday for seminar! Artifact #4 due 2/7! Complete BGB Project by 3/6!
     
    1/22 Wednesday
     Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.5) Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings
     
    4 - Student successfully interprets "A Modest Proposal" & identifes the elements used to create satire with no help. 
    3 - Student successfully interprets "A Modest Proposal" & identifes the elements used to create satire with little help.  
    2 - Student works to interpret "A Modest Proposal" & identify some of the elements used to create satire with some help. 
    1 - Student struggles to interpret "A Modest Proposal" & identify the elements used to create satire; may need additional guidance. 
     
    Warm-up: Study for sentence combining quiz 
    Sentence combining quiz 
    Modern satire presentations 
    BGB Visual Presentation Outline
    H - Vocab #2 (Dict) with compound-complex sentence due Friday! 5 Socratic questions for "A Modest Proposal" due Friday for seminar! Artifact #4 due 2/7! Complete BGB Project by 3/6!
     
    1/23 Thursday
     Learning Goal: (CCRS.11-12.L.5) Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings
     
    4 - Student successfully interprets "A Modest Proposal" & identifes the elements used to create satire with no help. 
    3 - Student successfully interprets "A Modest Proposal" & identifes the elements used to create satire with little help.  
    2 - Student works to interpret "A Modest Proposal" & identify some of the elements used to create satire with some help. 
    1 - Student struggles to interpret "A Modest Proposal" & identify the elements used to create satire; may need additional guidance. 
     
    Warm-up: Study for sentence combining quiz 
    Sentence combining quiz 
    Modern satire presentations 
    BGB Visual Presentation Outline
    H - Vocab #2 (Dict) with compound-complex sentence due Friday! 5 Socratic questions for "A Modest Proposal" due Friday for seminar! Artifact #4 due 2/7! Complete BGB Project by 3/6!