Brit. Lit./Comp., Week 7, 2/24-2/28

Deadlines/Due Dates:

  • Six Quote Cards + Bib Card due on Friday, 2/28

Monday, 2/24:

  • Begin viewing A Knight’s Tale – analyzing the female characters from the feminist critical perspective

Tuesday, 2/25:

  • Finish viewing A Knight’s Tale – analyzing the female characters from the feminist critical perspective
  • What is the difference between feminism and feminist critical theory?

Wednesday, 2/26:

  • Introduce Vocabulary Unit 4 + Choosing the Right Word
  • Read/analyze the “Wife of Bath’s Tale” from a feminist critical perspective
  • Answer questions with table mates for class discussion

Thursday, 2/27:

  • Vocabulary Unit 4 + Synonyms/Antonyms
  • Read/analyze from the “Cinderella Legend” – SpringBoard
  • Answer questions with table mates for class discussion

Friday, 2/28:

  • Research Novel – Silent Independent Reading!! Whether or not we continue to have these “work days” for research depends on how well you work/read today.
  • Turn in quote cards plus thesis statement – clip them together

Brit. Lit./Comp., Week 6, 2/10-2/14

Deadlines/Due Dates:

  • Vocabulary Journal due on Wednesday, 2/12
  • Table for Twelve due on Thursday, 2/13
  • Six Quote Cards + Bib Card due on Friday, 2/28

Monday, 2/10:

  • Vocab time to work on journals
  • Continue reading/analyzing “The General Prologue” of The Canterbury Tales
  • Character analysis tracking sheet
  • Continue viewing Worst Jobs in Medieval History

Tuesday, 2/11 – Thursday, 2/13:

  • In computer lab for Table for Twelve assignment
  • Use this link to access the online text:

https://www.dvusd.org/cms/lib011/AZ01901092/Centricity/Domain/2891/Canterbury%20Tales%20prologue.pdf

Friday, 2/14:

  • Research novel reading day and time to work on finding quotes to support thesis/claim

 

Brit. Lit./Comp., Week 5, 2/3-2/7

Deadlines/Due  Dates:

  • Beowulf essay due on Monday, 2/3
  • Medieval England mini-research due on Tuesday, 2/4
  • Vocabulary Journal  due on Wednesday, 2/12

Monday, 2/3:

  • In lab 113 to finish and print Beowulf literary analysis essay

Tuesday, 2/4:

  • In the Media Center for Medieval England research as intro to C. Tales

Wednesday, 2/5:

  • Introduce Vocabulary unit 3 + Choosing the Right Word
  • Introduce Medieval England and Canterbury Tales/Chaucer via PPT
  • Analyze the language of Middle English
  • Begin reading/analyzing this Medieval poem

Thursday, 2/6:

  • Vocabulary unit 3 activities
  • Continue reading/analyzing C. Tales

Friday, 2/7:

  • Research novel reading day
  • Six quote cards are due by Friday, 2/28