Week at a glance

Deadlines/Due Dates:

  • Feminist critical analysis essay – due Friday, 9/21 after three lab days

Monday, 9/17:

  • Introduce Medieval England, Chaucer and Canterbury Tales
  • Continue study of Feminist Criticism – Read/analyze characters from “The General Prologue”+ Read/analyze Chaucer’s “Wife of Bath’s Tale” from this feminist perspective

Learning Goals and Standards:  Closely read and analyze Chaucer’s Medieval work from a feminist criticism perspective. Trace a series of ideas in a complex text in order to explain how an author develops an argument. Analyze the behaviors and values of the time period as reflected in the literature. Identify evidence of literary techniques and structures as a basis for interpreting the literature. Evaluate Chaucer’s use of a strong female character in the Wife of Bath. ELAGSE11-12RI7: Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in different media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively) as well as in words in order to address a question or solve a problem.

Tuesday, 9/18:

  • Continue study of Feminist Criticism – Read “Story of an Hour” and “The Chaser” pp 169-175
  • Review EA2 requirements and rubric

Wednesday – Friday, 9/19-9/21:

  • Work in the computer lab to compose analytical essay from feminist perspective – due by the end of lab time on Friday, 9/21

Week at a glance for USH

Important Dates

Thursday Sept. 20 – Civil War – Reconstruction Notes Quiz

Friday Sept. 21st – Touchstone 2 (study guide:  New Republic Touchstone Study Guide-1bna82f )

9/17:  Monday

  1. WU9
  2. discuss
  3. Notes:  Civil War
  4. Finish vocab – due today
    1. vocab 1&2:  IWI vocab 1&2-1501gwt
  5. Glory – will have questions with it
    1. Glory-2gajl2m

9/18:  Tuesday

  1. WU10
  2. discuss
  3. Notes:  Reconstruction
  4. Glory

9/19:  Wednesday

  1. WU check 2
  2. Notes:  End of Reconstruction
  3. People Chart1

9/20:  Thursday

  1. 10 min review time / Q&A
  2. Civil War – Reconstruction NOTES Quiz
  3. New Notes Packet:  Industry, West, Immigration
  4. Notes:
  5. People Chart1 – turn in by

9/21:  Friday

  1. Notes:
  2. Touchstone #2 (in the lab)
  3. Notes:
  4. People Chart 2

Week at a Glance for USH

WEEK OF SEPT. 10TH – 14TH: UNITED STATES HISTORY

Important Dates

Unit test:  9/13

9/10 Monday

  1. WU7
  2. discuss
  3. notes:  Manifest Destiny
    1. Manifest Destiny-24j4gn4
  4. New Republic – Reconstruction Preview Test
  5. America Story of Us

9/11 Tuesday

  1. WU8
  2. discuss
  3. Notes:  Heading towards Division
    1. Heading towards Division-1halxg6
  4. Maps:  Compromise 1850 / Kansas – Nebraska Act / Secession

9/12 Wednesday

  1. Notes:  War Breaks Out
    1. War Breaks Out-2aezerv
  2. Review Day
    1. go over preview test answers
    2. go over people chart
    3. go over study guide

9/13 Thursday

  1. 15 min Q&A
  2. New Republic – Reconstruction Test
    1. test will cover up to the start of the Civil War – due to time constraint we will have a notes quiz on Tuesday 9/18 over Civil War and Reconstruction (about 25 or so questions) – 9/19 if time becomes a factor
  3. Industry / West / Imperialism Vocab 1

9/14 Friday

  1. WU9
  2. discuss
  3. notes:  Civil War
    1. Civil War outline (2)-1a9k6iy
  4. Vocab 2

USH Week at a glance

WEEK OF 9/3/18 UNITED STATES HISTORY

important dates

Vocab Quiz 9/6

Unit Test 9/13

Touchstone 9/21

New Republic Outline packet & study guide

new republic outline notes 18-1rit8e8

9/3:  Monday

NO SCHOOL – Labor Day

9/4:  Tuesday

  1. WU4
  2. discuss
  3. Notes:  War of 1812
    1. War of 1812-1a8xeva
  4. Jefferson Cartoon
    1. jefferson cartoon-v71138
  5. Finish People Chart

9/5:  Wednesday

  1. WU5
  2. discuss
  3. notes:  Industry and Transporation
  4. Visual Vocab:  Due today (check off) keep to study for quiz tomorrow
    1. new republic – recon visual vocab and quiz-1hli8m9

9/6:  Thursday

  1. 10 min review
  2. Vocab Quiz:  New Republic – Reconstruction
  3. Notes:  The Jackson Years

9/7:  Friday

  1. WU6
  2. discuss
  3. Notes:  Religion and Reform

Brit Lit week at a glance

Deadlines/Due Dates:

Thursday, 9/6 – Thesis/Claim Statement due for Research Paper

Monday, 9/10 – Present Argumentative Photo Essays

Tuesday, 9/4:

  • In lab 208 – 45 minutes Seniors meet with counselors
  • In lab 208 – Finish argumentative photo essays with rationales

Wednesday – Thursday, 9/5-9/6:

  • In the Media Center (Learning Commons) to develop thesis/claim statements for research. – Due by end of class on Thursday, 9/6

Friday, 9/7:

  • Reading Day – novel for research
  • Independent Reading – LG’s for Research: Read/analyze to incorporate primary source quotes and begin to develop support for the argument for my paper. Identify evidence of literary techniques and structures as a basis for interpreting my research novel: CEI = Claim, Evidence, Interpretation. Standards: ELAGSE11-12RL2: Determine two or more themes or central ideas of text and analyze their development over the course of the text, including how they interact and build on one another to produce a complex account; provide an objective summary of the text. ELAGSE11-12RL10: Read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poems, independently and proficiently.

USH at a glance

WEEK OF AUGUST 27, 2018: UNITED STATES HISTORY

Important Dates:

Constitution Note Quiz:  8/28

Colonization – Constitution Touchstone:  8/31

Monday 8/27

  1. WU2
  2. discuss
  3. Notes:  Constitution
  4. Vocab 1 – new Republic – Recon
    1. New Nation – Reconstruction Vocab 118-145kx8u

Tuesday 8/28

  1. Notes Quiz:  Constitution
  2. Notes:  Foreign Policy
    1. New Nation-2gvkejp
  3. Vocab 2 – New Republic – Recon

Wednesday 8/29 – Early Release Day

  1. WU3
  2. discuss
  3. Notes:  Jeffersonian Democracy
    1. Jeffersonian Democracy-2kdufo3
  4. Jefferson Cartoon
    1. jefferson cartoon-v71138

Thursday 8/30

  1. WU4
  2. discuss
  3. Notes:  Finish Jeffersonian Democracy
  4. Louisiana Purchase map activity

Friday 8/31

  1. WU5
  2. discuss
  3. Notes:  War of 1812
    1. War of 1812-1a8xeva
  4. Touchstone:  Colonization – Constitution
  5. people chart (in the lab)

Brit Week at a glance

Deadlines/Due Dates:

Grendel’s Perspective Narrative – due on Tuesday, 8/28

Argumentative Photo Essay – due on TBD

Argument/Claim for Research Project – due on Wednesday, 9/5

Monday, 8/27:

  • Vocabulary Unit 2 Introduction + Choosing the Right Word
  • Continue with SB activities – Perspectives: 1.6; 1.7; 1.11
  • Review EA1 and go over rubric and requirements
  • See student samples of photo essays

Learning Goals:  Consider perspectives and how personal experiences create interpretations of events in a text. Standards: ELAGSE11-12RL2: Determine two or more themes or central ideas of text and analyze their development over the course of the text, including how they interact and build on one another to produce a complex account; provide an objective summary of the text. ELAGSE11-12RL10: By the end of grade 12, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poems, in the grades 11-12 text complexity band independently and proficiently.

Tuesday, 8/28:

  • Vocab Unit 2 – Synonyms/Antonyms; 1-10 Completing the Sentence
  • Share Grendel Perspective Narratives

Wednesday, 8/29 – Early Release Day:

  • Read from Grendel – How do your narratives compare to Gardner’s Grendel perspective?

Thursday – Friday, 8/30-31:

  • Vocab Unit 2 – 11-20 Completing the Sentence
  • Using the IPads – Partners optional – Work on Argumentative Photo Essay – due date TBD

 

USH week at a glance

WEEK OF AUGUST, 20, 2018: UNITED STATES HISTORY

TEST is Thursday (23rd)

Touchstone is the 31st (rebound opportunity)

if we do not have time for Constitution on this test we will have a separate Quiz for that information.  Date is TBA.

Monday 8/20

  1. WU10
  2. discuss
  3. notes:  Finish Revolution
  4. Preview Test
    1. colonization – constitution preview test S18-xyqox4
    2. answer sheet:  100answersheet-2nhjqx6

Tuesday 8/21

  1. WU check
  2. notes:
  3. actv:

Wednesday 8/22 – Review Day

  1. Notes:
  2. go over people chart
  3. go over preview test answers
  4. go over study guide

Thursday 8/23

  1. Q&A time (usually 15 minutes)
  2. Colonization – Constitution Test
  3. New Republic – Reconstruction Vocab1

Friday 8/24

  1. WU1 (wu check #2):
  2. discuss
  3. notes:
  4. New Republic – Reconstruction Vocab 2

Brit Lit Week at a Glance

Deadlines/Due Dates:

  • Research novel must be in class each Friday
  • Vocabulary books are here! Pay your $10 asap. We will begin with vocabulary on Monday, 8/20

Monday, 8/20:

  • Continue with SB activities – Perspective
  • Intro PPT and read/analyze from Beowulf  – track literary devices as we read

UNIT 1 Learning Goals:  Consider perspectives and how personal experiences create interpretations of events in a text. Standards: ELAGSE11-12RL2: Determine two or more themes or central ideas of text and analyze their development over the course of the text, including how they interact and build on one another to produce a complex account; provide an objective summary of the text. ELAGSE11-12RL10: By the end of grade 12, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poems, in the grades 11-12 text complexity band independently and proficiently.

Tuesday, 8/21:

  • Continue reading/analyzing Beowulf – track literary devices as we read
  • Intro “Perspective” narrative – Grendel’s point of view

Wednesday, 8/22:

  • Finish reading/analyzing Beowulf – track literary devices as we read
  • Complete perspectives chart on Beowulf vs Grendel

Thursday, 8/23:

  • In lab 113 to compose Grendel’s perspective narratives

Friday, 8/24:

  • Reading Day – novel for research
  • Complete bib card for novel together
  • Independent Reading – LG’s for Research: Read/analyze to incorporate primary source quotes and begin to develop support for the argument for my paper. Identify evidence of literary techniques and structures as a basis for interpreting my research novel: CEI = Claim, Evidence, Interpretation. Standards: ELAGSE11-12RL2: Determine two or more themes or central ideas of text and analyze their development over the course of the text, including how they interact and build on one another to produce a complex account; provide an objective summary of the text. ELAGSE11-12RL10: Read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poems, independently and proficiently.

USH at a glance

please understand all is subject to actually getting books!  We will have a vocab quiz on Thursday

8/13 Monday

  1. WU
  2. discuss
  3. Notes:
  4. actv:

8/14 Tuesday

  1. WU
  2. discuss
  3. Notes:
  4. Visual Vocab
  5. Review

8/15 Wednesday

  1. WU
  2. discuss
  3. Notes:
  4. Actv:

8/16 Thursday

  1. Vocab Quiz
  2. Notes:
  3. Actv:

8/17 Friday

  1. WU
  2. Notes:
  3. Actv: