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  • If you've missed my class, check below for information on what you've missed
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  • Check the Presentation column and click on the day you missed to download the presentation for that day.
  • Check the Handouts link for any handouts given on that day. 
  • Check the "What We Did" column for a quick overview of the activities we did that day.
    • You are responsible for viewing the entire Presentation. If an item is highlighted:
      • Yellow highlighted activities need to be completed before your return to class.
      • Blue highlighted activities need to be completed and turned in for a grade when you return to class.
      • Orange highlighted activities are for a grade, but only specific people. 
  • Check the "Homework" column for any homework that was assigned that day; it is due the next day unless otherwise specified.

 

 

 

Quarter 1 

 

WEEK 1
Presentation
Handouts What We Did
Homework

Monday

8.22

 

  • Syllabus Review (Day 1 of 2)
    • Required Materials for AICE Language
    • The 6 Rules
    • Electronics / Food Policy  
    • Calendar Overview 
  • Seating Charts (Temporary)
  • Hampton's Website
    • jhampton.pbworks.com
  • Summer Reading Information and Timeline
  • Code of Conduct Review
  • All materials are due by Friday, 8.26.  Special accommodations can be made, but must be discussed with Hampton prior to Friday. Minimum of paper and pencil are required for Tuesday to Thursday.
  • Summer reading essay date is set for Wednesday, Sept. 7th.  

Tuesday

8.23

  • Syllabus Review (Day 2 of 2) 
    • Grading Percentages & Rubrics
    • Missed / Re-Do / Late Work Policies
    • Cheating & Plagiarism
  • Find the Fiction / Hampton's Life
  • Find the Fiction (for students)

 

Wednesday

8.24

 
  • Textbook Pickup Day 
    • If absent, go to textbook room before or after school to collect your textbooks. Assignments are still due from book even if you did not collect yours.
 

Thursday

8.25

 
  • Common Classroom Procedures  / Classroom Tour
    • Library
    • Bathroom
    • "The Parking Lot"
    • Graded Papers Bin
  • How to Take Notes  (Color-Coding)
  • Introduction to Cooperative Learning
    • Group work vs. Coop Learning
    • First Teams (if absent, see Hampton)
    • Basic Structures
      • Rally Robin / Round Robin (practice)
      • Gambits
 

Friday

8.26

  • All Materials Are Due
    • If absent, show to Hampton when you return
  • Notes: How To Organize Materials
  • Continuation of Cooperative Learning 
    • Moral Dilemmas 
      • "Have a Heart"
      • "What Makes a Good Father?"
  • Make sure to properly organize your materials according to the notes taken on this day. Due Monday. 
WEEK 2

Monday

8.29 

 

  • Student Learning Maps (SLMs)
  • 2-Column Notes
  • The Hampton System (Part 1 of 2)
    • The 6 Rules
    • Volume-O-Meter
    • Team Cohesiveness
      • C3B4ME
    • Scoreboard
      • Brainstorm rewards along with point values
 

Tuesday

8.30 

 
  • Begin Scoreboard
  • Team Builder: Uncommon Commonalities
  • The Hampton System (Part 2 of 2)
    • Classroom "Move Commands" 
 

Wednesday

8.31

 
  • Team Builder: Question Cubes
  • Notes: Gambits, Team Tubs, Lit. Logs
  • Hampton System Rewards List
  • LL Entry #1: see presentation for prompt
    • 1/2 page required
    • Remember to sticky note it

Thursday

9.1

 
  • AICE Language Workbook Packet (see Hampton) 
    • Organize sections
    • Review over Section 0
      • Rubrics
      • "Leading a Discussion" 
  • Apple Laptop Training (Day 1 of 2): Garageband
  • Prepare for quiz tomorrow by making sure composition notebook is organized. Quiz is open note and will cover everything listed on the SLM. 

Friday

9.2

 
WEEK 3

Tuesday

9.6

  • Team Builder: TBA 
  • View Photo on Unit 1, pg. 1 in HAMPTON Binder  
  • Unit 1: Language Use and Style
  • Activator: A Series of Unfortunate Events
  • NEW "Language Use and Style" SLM
  • Notes: Final Assignment for Language Use and Style
  • Notes: The AICE Language Exam
  • Summer Reading Essay Prompt Review
  • Optional: Buy a copy of The Grapes of Wrath; we need 15-20 people to buy a copy of the novel, which starts in 4 weeks. See Hampton for more information. 
  • Study for in-class essay tomorrow. Please remember, failure to achieve a passing grade on the exam will result in your removal from the course.
    • Remember to make "cheat sheet." You are allowed to bring a 1/2 sheet of paper (write on front only) with any scratch notes you wish IN ADDITION TO your novels and annotations.  

Wednesday

9.7

 
  • Summer Reading in-class essay
  • Read "What is Literary Criticism?" on Unit 1, pgs. 2-4 in HAMPTON Binder.
  • LL Entry 2 (1/2 page or longer)
    • What is literary criticism? What is your opinion of Literary Criticism...do you think the study of it is worthwhile endeavor? Explain your answer. 
    • Make sure to sticky note it

Thursday

9.8

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Concept 1
  • Notes: Read Response Theory vs. Formalist (New) Criticism 
  • Read & Discuss: Reader Response / Formalist Criticisms in Unit 1, pgs. 5-9 in HAMPTON Binder 
  • LL Entry 3 (1/2 page or longer)
    • What are the differences between Reader Response and Formalist criticisms? Explain the strengths and weaknesses of both. Also explain which you think has more merit to you personally. Explain your answer. 
    • Sticky note entry please

Friday

9.9

  • Concept 2
  • Notes: Denotation and Connotation 
  • Practice: Denotative and Connotative meanings in Magazine advertisements
  • LL Entry 4 (1/2 page or longer)
    • What are the differences between denotative and connotative meanings? View an advertisement (television or magazine) this weekend and explain the denotative and connotative meanings of it.
    • Please include the location of your advertisement (television channel, website, magazine title, etc.)
WEEK 4

Monday

9.12

 
  • Begin Signups for "Leading a Discussion" Activity
  • Team Builder: "It Takes All Kinds"
  • Notes: Connotation and Denotation of Words
  • "Moody Words Activity"
 

Tuesday

9.13

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Concept 3
  • Notes: Descriptive Language
  • Practice: Shooting an Elephant in Unit 1, pgs. 10-11
 

Wednesday

9.14

  • Notes: Figurative Language, Tone / Mood
  • Practice: Shooting an Elephant in Unit 1, pgs. 10-11
  • Practice: First Composition (in composition notebook)
  • Finish reading / annotating Shooting an Elephant
  • LL Entry 5 (1 page or longer)
    • Finish practice composition; aim for 6-8 comments and attempt to point your comments towards a specific tone and/or mood. 
    • Sticky note please.

Thursday

9.15

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Notes: Danger Points for Compositions
  • Shooting an Elephant Essay Examples (in presentation) 
  • Read / Discuss: Shopping for Stories in Unit 1, pgs. 14-15
  • Practice: Full Composition (homework)
  • Read / Annotate Shopping for Stories in Unit 1, pgs. 14-15
  • LL Entry 6 (1 page or longer)
    • Write a practice composition; aim for 13-15 comments and attempt to point your comments towards a specific tone and/or mood. 
  • Prepare for Quiz
    • Organize notebook
    • Review SLM questions

Friday

9.16

  • Quiz #2
  • Notes: Continuum of Distinction
  • Shopping for Stories Essay Examples 
  • Read / Annotate Town Bombing in Unit 1, pgs. 16-17
  • On separate sheet of paper:
    • Write a practice composition; aim for 13-15 comments and attempt to point your comments towards a specific tone and/or mood.
WEEK 5

Monday

9.19

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Hampton Out Sick:
    • Read The Venice Travel Journal on pgs. 12-13. Do Part A on a separate sheet of paper.  

 

 

Tuesday

9.20

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Hampton Out Sick:
    • Read On Mercury Hill on pg. 18. Do Part A and Part B on a sheet of paper. 
 

Wednesday

9.21

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Early Release Day
  • Hampton's Birthday
  • PSAT Announcement for National Merit 
  • Notes: Character Journals (Part B)
  • Practice: RAFT on Shooting an Elephant, Shopping for Stories, or Town Bombing (in composition notebook)
  • LL Entry 7 (1 page or longer)
    • Finish Part B writing on Shooting an Elephant, Shopping for Stories, or Venice Travel Journal. 
    • Sticky note please.

Thursday

9.22

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Set Up Vocabulary Section of HAMPTON Binder 
  • Concept 4: Rhetorical Devices (Speeches)
  • Notes: Rhetorical Devices
  • Read / Discuss: Thabo Mbeki speech in Unit 1, pgs. 19-20
  • Practice: Part A (comment on language)
  • Lit Log #8
    • Read / annotate Nelson Mandela speech in Unit 1, pg. 21. Complete Part A (comment on language). Aim for 13-15 comments and attempt to point your comments towards a specific tone and/or mood.

Friday

9.23

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Grapes of Wrath book is due 
  • Notes: Carousel Feedback
  • Carousel Feedback in Teams
  • Finish Take Home Language Analysis Exam
WEEK 6

Monday

9.26

 
  • Hand In: Take Home Exam
  • Return / Record New Grades
  • Set Up Grapes of Wrath (GoW) SLM 
  • Notes: Final Project for GoW
  • Notes: The Grapes of Wrath / John Steinbeck 
  • Read Dustbowl / Depression articles in your HAMPTON Binder; LL Entry 9 about what you learned from the articles.

Tuesday

9.27

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • GoW Pickup from Textbook Room
  • Notes: The Dustbowl / Great Migration / Depression
  • Read "Historical Criticism"; LL Entry 10 on what it is, benefits, and limitations

Wednesday

9.28

  • PSAT Informational with Spencer
  • Record LL Grades
  • Notes / Examples: MLA Documentation
  • Read Chapters 1/2; LL Entry 11 on your reactions to what has happened in these chapters.

Thursday

9.29

  • Notes: Structure of GoW / "Okee-Speak"
  • Read / Discuss: Chapter 1 ("Oklahoma")
  • Read/ Discuss Chapter 2 ("Tom Joad")
  • Read Chapter 4; LL Entry 12 on your reactions to what happened in this chapter.

Friday

9.30

 

  • Return / Record Take Home Exam Grades  
  • Grapes of Wrath Essay Topics released
  • Read / Discuss Chapter 4 ("Rev. Casy")
  • Notes: Symbolism
  • Read / Discuss: Chapter 3 ("The Turtle")
  • Read Chapter 3; LL Entry 13 on what the turtle could symbolize and why you think this
WEEK 7

Monday

10.3

 

  • Review: Symbolism in Chapter 3 
  • Notes: Social, Philosophical, Historical, Criticisms
  • Read Chapter 5 ("The monster with no face")
  • Discuss social implications in Chapter 5
  • Read Chapters 6-7; LL Entry 14: Make a journal entry from the point of view of Tom Joad; explain how you feel after these chapters. Go beyond summary and speculate into his thoughts and feelings. See presentation for more information

Tuesday

10.4

 
  • Paris W. / Anthony A. / Walker B. presentations
  • Read / Discuss: Chapters 6-7 ("Muley")
  • Prepare for Quiz; make sure LL entries are done.

Wednesday

10.5

 
  • Quiz (Chapters 1-6)
  • Watch: Grapes of Wrath movie, Chapters 1-7
  • Read Chapters 8-9; LL Entry 15 on your reactions to what has happened; go beyond summary please

Thursday

10.6

 
  • Samantha S. / Mitchell B. / Wesley S. presentations
  • Character Tree in GoW
  • Read / Discuss: Chapters 8-9
  • Make character tree for characters in comp. notebook. See presentation for more details. 

Friday

10.7

 
  • New Teams
  • Team Builder
  • Watch GoW (Chapter 8)
  • Return / Record New Grades

 

WEEK 8

Monday

10.10

 
  • Class was canceled due to the power outage!
 

Tuesday

10.11

 
  • Team Builder: Team Interviews 
  • Read / Discuss: Chapter 10
  • Notes: Chapter 10 Summary (Part 1)
  • Character Journal Project (See presentation)
  • Read Chapter 12/13; LL Entry 17: Make 3-5 questions to ask your team
  • Complete first character journal entry based on Chapter 13. See presentation for additional details. 

Wednesday

10.12

 
  • PSAT Testing Day (no class)
 

Thursday

10.13

 
  • Roberto M. / Annie P. (3rd) presentations
  • Team Builder: Pizza Parlor
  • Read / Discuss Chapters 12/13
  • Read Chapters 14/15; due Thursday when we meet next; LL Entry 18
  • Work on second character entry on Ch. 15 

Friday

10.14

 
  • Ciera B. / Spidey P. / Becca K, presentations
  • Notes: Route 66
  • Activator: Route 66
  • Read  / Discuss Chapters 14/15
  • Read Chapters 16/17; work on third character entry on Ch. 16
WEEK 9

Monday

10.17

 
  • Chair Rewards
  • Return / Record New Grades
  • Update Character Tree
  • Read / Discuss Chapters 16/17 with Talking Chips
  • GoW movie, Chapters 8-15
  • Read Chapter 18; last journal entry; remember, character journal entries (all four) are due Wednesday.

Tuesday

10.18

 
  • Class was cancelled due to Senior Presentations; Leading a Discussion was shifted until tomorrow.  
  • Work on Homework (Ch. 20/21)
  • Read Chapters 20/21; LL entry #19 on what you found interesting, shocking, confusing while you read

Wednesday

10.19

 
  • Character Journal Entries Due  
  • All Make Up Work is Due   
  • Michael H / Elizabeth G. / Victoria A. presentations
  • GoW movie, until Chapter 18 
  • Read / Discuss Chapter 18
  • Read Chapters 22/23; LL entry #20 on what you found interesting, shocking, confusing while you read

Thursday

10.20

 
  • Notes: Thesis Statements, Government Camps in the 1930s  
  • Alexandria T. / Teralyn L. presentations
  • Read / Discuss Chapters 22/23
 

Friday

10.21

 
  •  GoW movie, Chapters 16-23
  • Ekphrastic Poetry / Narrative with Dorothea Lange Photographs
  • Study for quiz; make sure notebook is organized

Monday

10.24

 
  • Quiz on Chapters 8-23   
  • Newspaper / Graphic Novel Project Information
 

Tuesday

10.25

 
  • Newspaper / Graphic Novel Project
  • Throw away all sticky notes from previous LL entries; keep your Grapes of Wrath SLM. 
  • Read Chapters 24-25; LL entry #1: apply a criticism (historical, social, philosophical) to these chapters in your entry. 
  • Work on Newspaper / Graphic Novel project; it's due Monday, 10.31

Wednesday

10.26

 
  • Newspaper / Graphic Novel Project
  • Read Chapters 26-27; LL entry #2: apply a criticism (historical, social, philosophical) to these chapters in your entry. 
  • Work on Newspaper / Graphic Novel project; it's due Monday, 10.31

Thursday

10.27

 
  • Betty B. / Sean W. / Austin presentations
  • Notes: William Blake
  • Read / Discuss Chapters 24-27
  • Read Chapters 28 and 29; LL entry. See presentation for details. Do not read Chapter 30!
  • Work on Newspaper / Graphic Novel project; it's due Monday, 10.31
WEEK 2

Monday

10.31

 
  • Happy Halloween!
  • Turn In: Graphic Novel / Newspaper Project
  • Listen: The Ghost of Tom Joad
  • Allison S. / Dakota M. / Megan M. presentations
  • Read / Discuss Chapters 28/29 
  • Read Chapter 30; LL entry

Tuesday

11.1

 
  • Justin C. presentation
  • Read / Discuss Chapter 30
  • Watch: GoW movie (Chapters 24-end)
  • Work on MLA paper; this is due Tuesday at beginning of class.

 

Click here for Grapes of Wrath Essay Topics

 

Wednesday

11.2

 
  • Finish GoW movie
  • Conferences with Hampton
  • Work on MLA paper; this is due Tuesday at beginning of class.

Thursday

11.3

 
  • Laptops: Work on Essay
  • Conferences with Hampton
  • Work on MLA paper; this is due Tuesday at beginning of class.

 

See below for MLA papers written by Hampton

 

Friday

11.4

 
  • Laptops: Work on Essay
  • Conferences with Hampton
  • Work on MLA paper; this is due Tuesday at beginning of class.
WEEK 3

Monday

11.7

 
  • Laptops: Work on Essay
  • Conferences with Hampton 
  • Work on MLA paper; this is due Tuesday at beginning of class.

Tuesday

11.8

 
  • MLA Paper Due
  • Book Exchange (Grapes of Wrath --> One Flew Over...)
  • Notes on Sections 2 and 4 of HAMPTON Binder
  • Work on Sections 2 / 4 of HAMPTON Binder
  • Make sure to email Hampton a copy of your paper in .doc format by end of day
  • Complete sections 2 and 4 of HAMPTON Binder; see presentation for details. 

Wednesday

11.9

 
  • Work on Sections 2 / 4 of HAMPTON Binder
  • Complete sections 2 and 4 of HAMPTON Binder; see presentation for details; DUE MONDAY
  • Read "Mental Institutions" in HAMPTON Binder (Unit 3). LL Entry #5 summarizing the article. 

Thursday

11.10

 
  • Homecoming Activities; no assignment
 

Friday

11.11

 
  • Homecoming Activities; no assignment
 
WEEK 4

Monday

11.14

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Read  Feminist (Gender), Moral, and Psychological Criticisms in Unit 3.
  • LL Entry #6 summarizing what these criticisms are and which you find the most interesting.

Tuesday

11.15

 
  • Notes: Feminist (Gender), Moral, Pyschological Criticism (including Freud)
  • Worked on LL 7 for unreliable narrator
  • Read to pg. 8 in OFO
  • Finish LL #7 (see presentation)

Wednesday

11.16

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Read OFO (pgs. 9-14) 
  • "Think in Threes" Diagram 
  • Socratic Circle Review
  • Read to pg. 26
  • Prepare for Socratic Circle tomorrow by making a list of 3-5 questions to ask in your group. Also, girls, please wear long pants or shorts, as you will be sitting on the ground tomorrow.

Thursday

11.17

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Socratic Circle #1 (you must still complete a review even if you were absent) --> 
  • Work on Socratic Circle Reflection --> due Monday, 11.21
  • Make sure HAMPTON Binder, Section 4 is complete; it is due tomorrow. 

Friday

11.18

 
  • Return / Record New Grades
  • Work on Socratic Circle Reflection
  • Read to pg. 41 in OFO.
  • Work on Socratic Circle Reflection --> due Monday, 11.21
WEEK 5 (THANKSGIVING BREAK)

Monday

11.21

 
  • Paper Topics Released / Discussed
  • One Flew Over movie scenes

 

Tuesday

11.22

 
  • Write a 500-600 word essay on the following prompt: We are taught as children to always tell the truth, but is there ever a time when the truth will do more harm than good? Is complete honesty always necessary, or do circumstances determine whether we should tell the truth?
 

Wednesday

11.23

 

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Friday

11.25

 
  • Thanksgiving Break
 
WEEK 6

Monday

11.28

 
  • Activator: Lobotomy's
  • Notes: Treatments of Patients in OFO
  • Read: OFO, pgs. 42 - 49 / Free Write
  • Read to pg. 55
    • LL 9: Make a list of 3-5 questions to ask your group tomorrow; you will be doing talking chips for a grade
  • LaD on Wednesday: Emily M, Brittany M...pgs. 55-75

Tuesday

11.29

 
  • Hampton out Sick
  • Work on Homework -->
  • Read to pg. 75
    • LL 10: Summarize these pages and be prepared to discuss what you write down 

Wednesday

11.30

 
  • LaD:
  1. Emily M
  2. N/A
  3. Brittany W
  • Read to pg. 84
    • LL 11: Explain McMurphy's effect on the ward and its patients. 
  • LaD on Friday: Brandon A, Mike H, Shia M...pgs. 85-101. 

Thursday

12.1

 
  • Quiz #1
  • Watch: Scenes from OFO
  • Read to pg. 101
    • LL 12: See presentation

Friday

12.2

 
  • MLA Paper Review
  • LaD:
  1. Brandon A
  2. Mike H
  3. Shia M
  • Read to pg. 116
  • Prepare for Quiz on these pages
  • Please email Hampton from the address you wish you receive your graded MLA paper. 
WEEK 7

Monday

12.5

 
  • Quiz #2
  • "Talking Chips" --> pgs. 101-116
  • Read: pgs. 117-145
  • Read pgs. 117-145
    • LL 13: Prepare a list of 3-5 questions you have about the reading for Socratic Circle tomorrow. 
  • Please email Hampton from the address you wish you receive your graded MLA paper. 

Tuesday

12.6

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Socratic Circle #2 (if absent, you still must complete the review)
  • Work on your Socratic Circle Reflection Paper; see HAMPTON Binder for help. Due Friday.
  • Prepare for LaD on Thursday (Coutney, Dustin) 

Wednesday

12.7

 
  • Early Release Day
  • Watch: Scenes from OFO
  • Read to pg. 166
    • LL 14: Draw/sketch the 3 most important scenes from what you read. 

Thursday

12.8

 
  • MLA Paper Q&A Session
  • LaD:
    1. Coutney W
    2. N/A
    3. Dustin J
  • Read to pg. 182
    • LL 15: Select 3-5 of your favorite quotes from this reading. Explain why they are your favorite. 
  • Prepare for LaD on Friday (DJ, Savannah, Selina)

Friday

12.9

 
  • Socratic Circle Review Due
  • Return / Record New Grades
  • LaD:
    1. DJ B
    2. Savannah C
    3. Selina H

 

WEEK 8

Monday

12.12

 
  • "Talking Chips": pgs. 182-187
  • Read to pg. 201
  • Prepare for quiz tomorrow on these pages

Tuesday

12.13

 
  • Quiz #3
  • "Talking Chips": pgs. 205-209
  • Read to pg. 224; LL 16: answer LEQ 6 in at least 1/2 page (see presentation)

Wednesday

12.14

 
  • Paper Topics Re-Visited
  • LaD
    1. Paul H
    2. Travis z
    3. Rebecca M
  • Read to pg. 258; LL 17: answer LEQ 7 in at least 1/2 page (see presentation)

Thursday

12.15

 
  • Watch: OFO scenes
  • LaD:
    1. Emily B 
    2. N/A
    3. Abbie B
  • LL 18: See presentation for details; you will be re-visited and finding support for your paper topics. 

Friday

12.16

 
  • Early Release Day
  • OFO Movie Clips
 
WEEK 9

Tuesday

1.3

  • Discussion: Road to AICE Literature / 2012 Preview
  • Notes: OFO MLA Paper Explanation; due next Friday (1.13.12 by 11:59 pm on Schoology)
  • Mini-Project: Open-Mind (due Friday at end of period)
  • Read to pg. 288 by Thursday. Prepare for Quiz on these pages.

Wednesday

1.4

 
  • Mini-Project: Open Mind (due Friday at end of period)
  • Read to pg. 288 by Thursday. Prepare for Quiz on these pages.
  • Remember to register on Schoology. Due Friday by end of day.

Thursday

1.5

 
  • Quiz: pgs. 261-288
  • Mini-Project: Open Mind (due Friday at end of period)
  • LaD (pg. 261-288)
  1. Daniela K
  2. Amanda B
  3. Coralin N
  • Read to pg, 309. LL Entry to follow. 
  • Remember to register on Schoology. Due Friday by end of day.

Friday

1.6

 
  • Mini-Project: Open Mind (due Friday at end of period)
  • LaD (pg. 289-309)
  1. Jessica L
  2. N/A
  3. Vanessa M
  • Remember to register on Schoology. Due Friday by end of day.
  • Read to pg. 325 (the end). LL entry to follow. 
  • Begin work on MLA paper; it is due next Friday (1.13.12 at 11:59 pm on the Schoology website; see the handout on the left for more information)
WEEK 10

Monday

1.9

 
  • Mini-Project: Open Mind (due Friday at end of period)
  • LaD (pg. 310-325)
  1. Brittany W
  2. N/A
  3. Maria R
  • Finish Open Mind Project; due Tuesday at end of period.
  • Begin work on MLA paper; due Sunday 1.15 to Schoology by 11:59 pm. 
  • Complete any make up work; due Wednesday by end of day

Tuesday

1.10

 
  • Return / Record Grades
  • Finish OFO movie clips
  • Mini-Project: Open Mind (due at end of period) 
  • Work on MLA paper; due Sunday 1.15 to Schoology by 11:59 pm. 
  • Complete any make up work; due Wednesday by end of day

Wednesday

1.11

  • Exam Schedule Day
  • LaD Rubric / Expectations (Version 2)
  • Schoology Information Sheet
  • Set up Fictional Writing SLM
  • Work on MLA Paper
  • Work on MLA paper; due Sunday 1.15 to Schoology by 11:59 pm

Thursday

1.12

 
  • Exam Schedule Day
  • Work on MLA Paper   
  • Work on MLA paper; due Sunday 1.15 to Schoology by 11:59 pm

Friday

1.13

 
  • Exam Schedule Day
  • Work on MLA Paper   
  • MLA Paper Due by 11:59 pm (Sunday) 
  • Remember to finish your MLA paper and have it uploaded to Schoology by the end of the day Sunday by 11:59 pm.

 

 

Quarter 3

 

WEEK 1
Presentation
Handouts What We Did
Homework

Thursday

1.19

 
  • Begin Fictional Writing Unit
  • Activator: Stranger Than Fiction (Act I) 
  • New Teams / Placemat Consensus on Fiction
  • Return One Flew Over...
  • Notes: Fiction Writing and YOU
  • Bring your HAMPTON Binder tomorrow. 
  • Transfer 3-5 of your "best" work from Quarter 2 into Section 4 of your HAMPTON Binder.
  • Throw everything else in Section 3 away. 
  • Write a 1/2 page reflection on why you chose these assignments as your best.
  • Post to Schoology by 1.22 at 11:59 pm. 

Friday

1.20

 
  • Hampton System Reboot
  • Finish Placemat Consensus
  • Notes: Inspiration
  • Practice: Writing Prompt #1
  • Bring your HAMPTON Binder on Monday. 
  • Transfer 3-5 of your "best" work from Quarter 2 into Section 4 of your HAMPTON Binder.
  • Throw everything else in Section 3 away. 
  • Write a 1/2 page reflection on why you chose these assignments as your best.
  • Post to Schoology by 1.22 at 11:59 pm. 
WEEK 2

Monday

1.23

 

  • Hampton Out sick
  • Assignment left with Sub

 

Tuesday

1.24

 

  • Hampton Out sick
  • Assignment left with Sub

 

Wednesday

1.25

 
  • Hampton Off Campus at CPR Training
  • Assignment left with Sub
 

Thursday

1.26

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Finish Partner Share from Practice Prompt #1
  • Notes: The Three Acts
  • Read: The Choking Doberman  
  • Review and Revise story from Prompt #1
  • Revise Prompt #1 based on presentation. 

Friday

1.27

 
  • Carousel Feedback with Prompt #1
  • Storyboarding Activity with Prompt #2 (finish for HW); due Monday
  • Complete storyboard and Prompt #2 (approximately 1 page of story).
WEEK 3

Monday

1.30

 
  • Notes: AICE Exam Preview
  • Descriptive Object practice (objects are on presentation)
  • Prompt #3: (see presentation)
  • Your first Lit Log has been posted on Schoology. You have until Saturday (2.4) to make your post.
  • Finish Prompt #3 
  • Bring a blanket or sheet tomorrow; we are going outside! 

Tuesday

1.31

 
  • Going outside day!
  • Notes: Method Writing
  • Prompt #4 (see presentation)
  • Finish Prompt #4; make sure prompt is at least 1 page.

Wednesday

2.1

 
  • Watch: Stranger Than Fiction (Act II)
  • Notes: Conflict and Stories
  • Prompt #4 (Part II) (see presentation) 
  • Finish Prompt #4 (Part II); make sure prompt is at least 1 page.
  • Bring a blanket or sheet tomorrow; we are going outside! 

Thursday

2.2

 

 
  • Spencer coming for a visit
  • Going outside day!
  • Notes: Sensory decriptions
  • Prompt #5 (see presentation)
  • Finish Prompt #5; make sure prompt is at least 1 page. 

Friday

2.3

 
  • Finish Prompt #6; make sure prompt is at least 1 1/2 to 2 pages. 
  • Don't forget to make your Schoology post! 
WEEK 4

Monday

2.6

 
  • Return / Record New Grades
  • Notes: Character Building
  • Exphrastic Story Making 
  • Finish Prompt 7 (1 page); see presentation for details.
  • Lit Log #2 has been posted. Please make your post to Schoology by Sunday, 2.12.

Tuesday

2.7

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Team Activity: Random Story Strips 
  • Notes: Point of View (POV)
  • Prompt 8: see presentation
  • Read "After I was thrown..." It is on Unit 4, pgs. 9-14. This will be due Thursday.
  • Prepare for LaD on Thursday by reading the above assignment and making your questions:
    1. Garrison V
    2. Matt M
    3. Rebecca H

Wednesday

2.8

 
  • Early Release Day (Hampton at a training on campus)
  • Read "After I was thrown..." It is on Unit 4, pgs. 9-14. This will be due Thursday.
  • Prompt 8: see presentation from Tuesday
  • Prepare for LaD on Thursday by reading the above assignment and making your questions:
    1. Garrison V
    2. Matt M
    3. Rebecca H

Thursday

2.9

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • "Leading a Discussion" on After I was thrown...
    1. Garrison V
    2. Matt M
    3. Rebecca H
  • Prompt 9: Child POV
  • Prompt 9: see presentation for details.

Friday

2.10

 
  • Watch: Stranger Than Fiction (Part III)
  • Team Share: Prompts 8 & 9
  • Notes: Dialogue
  • Prompt 10: Dinner time dialogue
  • Finish Prompt 10: see presentation for details.
WEEK 5

Monday

2.13

 
  • Return / Record New Grades
  • Notes: Final Story Project / Literature Circle Book Preview and Selection Process
  • Team Share: Prompt 10
  • Team Activity: Dialogue Practice
  • Lit Log #3 has been posted. Please make your post to Schoology by Sunday, 2.19.
  • Select your top 3 choices for Literature Circles. Place on a sticky note and give to Hampton tomorrow.

Tuesday

2.14

 
  • Finish Prompt 11
  • Prepare for LaD on Thursday by reading the above assignment and making your questions:
    1. Nackshyra G
    2. Jessica V
    3. Moises J

Wednesday

2.15

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Notes: Irony
  • Read: The Story of an Hour 
  • Read The Ransom of Red Chief; underline or highlight instances of irony within the story.
  • Prepare for LaD on Thursday by reading the above assignment and making your questions:
    1. Nackshyra G
    2. Jessica V
    3. Moises J

Thursday

2.16

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Leading a Discussion on The Ransom of Red Chief
    1. Nackshyra G
    2. Jessica V
    3. N/A  
  • Notes: The MacGuffin
  • Prepare for Quiz tomorrow. Make sure notebook is in order. 
  • Bring a blanket or sheet tomorrow; we are going outside!

Friday

2.17

 
  • Quiz (Open-Note); covers 1.26-2.15
  • Going Outside Day (canceled due to inclement weather)
  • Watch: Stranger Than Fiction (Part IV)   
  • Prompt 12: POV Possibilities
  • Remember, Lit Log #3 has been posted. Please make your post to Schoology by Sunday, 2.19.
  • Finish Prompt 12; 1 1/2 to 2 pages. 
WEEK 6

Tuesday

2.21

 
  • Notes: Chekhov's Gun vs. Red Herring, Doppelganger
  • Watch: Stranger Than Fiction (Part V--The MacGuffin)
  • Practice Prompt 13 (See presentation)
  • Finish Prompt 13; 1 1/2 to 2 pages.
  • Lit Log #4 has been posted. Please make your post to Schoology by Sunday, 2.26.
  • Make sure to pick up a copy of your book from the library or book store before Monday, 2.27.
  • Begin work on Final narrative paper; upload to Schoology when complete. Due Sunday 2.26.

Wednesday

2.22

 
  • Work on Final narrative paper; upload to Schoology when complete. Due Sunday 2.26.  

Thursday

2.23

 
  • Laptops: Work on Narrative paper
  • Work on Final narrative paper; upload to Schoology when complete. Due Sunday 2.26.

Friday

2.24

 
  • Return / Record New Grades
  • Laptops: Work on Narrative paper
  • Work on Final narrative paper; upload to Schoology when complete. Due Sunday 2.26.
  • Lit Log #4 has been posted. Please make your post to Schoology by Sunday, 2.26.
  • Make sure to pick up a copy of your book from the library or book store before Monday, 2.27.
WEEK 7

Monday

2.27

 
  • This Week's Schedule
  • Finish: Stranger Than Fiction (Chekhov's Gun)
  • Read Genre and Archetypal (Myth) criticisms as well as the entries on Bildungsroman and Monomyth (Unit 5, pgs. 1-10) by Wednesday. Prepare for a Quiz on these chapters on Wednesday. 
  • Make sure to pick up a copy of your book from the library or book store
  • Lit Log #5 has been posted. Please make your post to Schoology by Sunday, 3.4.

Tuesday

2.28

 
  • FCAT Writes Displacement (1st / 2nd period only)
  • Demand Writing #3
  • Make sure to pick up a copy of your book from the library or book store
  • Read Genre and Archetypal (Myth) criticisms as well as the entries on Bildungsroman and Monomyth (Unit 5, pgs. 1-10) by Wednesday. Prepare for a Quiz on these chapters on Wednesday. 

Wednesday

2.29

 
  • Quiz #2  
  • New Teams (for Literature Circles)
  • Team Builder
  • Notes: Genre / Myth Criticisms, Bildungsroman, Monomyth, Mantra, Literature Circles and You, Extended Movie Activator 
  • Bring headphones to school for tomorrow's extended activator

Thursday

3.1

 
  • Notes: Activator Instructions
  • Watch: Extended Activator (movie varies from group to group)
  • Contact any absent group members about what they missed. 

Friday

3.2

 
  • Watch: Extended Activator (movie varies from group to group)
  • Contact any absent group members about what they missed. 
WEEK 8

Monday

3.5

 
  • Notes:  PowerPoint Presentation for Team
  • Finish: Extended Activator
  • Begin working on Team Presentation
  • Lit Log #6 has been posted. Please make your post to Schoology by Sunday, 3.11.
  • Work on Team Presentation (due Friday at end of class period to Schoology)

Tuesday

3.6

  • Work on Team Presentation (due Friday at end of class period to Schoology)

Wednesday

3.7

 
  • Early Release Day
  • Work on Team Presentation
  • Work on Team Presentation (due Friday at end of class period to Schoology)

Thursday

3.8

 
  • Work on Team Presentation
  • Work on Team Presentation (due Friday at end of class period to Schoology)

Friday

3.9

 
  • Work on Team Presentation
  • Submit Presentation
  • Work on Team Presentation (due today at end of class period to Schoology)
WEEK 9

Monday

3.12

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Notes: Literature Circle Roles, Team Folders, Reflection Sheets
  • Read A&P, take notes based on assigned role
  • Read A&P in HAMPTON Binder. If absent, choose a literature circle role from the notes today and complete the required part. Due Wednesday.
  • Lit Log #7 has been posted. Please make your post to Schoology by Sunday, 3.18.

Tuesday

3.13

 
  • Special NMHS Assembly; periods 1-3 will not meet for class. 

 

Wednesday

3.14

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • An AICE Science Field Trip has modified this day; we will pick things up on Thursday when everyone returns. 
  • Model Lit. Circle Discussion on A&P
  • Make sure to bring your book tomorrow!

Thursday

3.15

 
  • Begin reading team novel
  • Teams: Make Pacing Guide
  • Contact absent group members about what they missed. Read and complete your first section of reading along with your Role sheet. Please bring it tomorrow. 

Friday

3.16

 
  • Return / Record Grades
  • Discussion Day #1
  • Contact absent group members about what they missed.
  • Don't forget to make your Lit Log #7 post. 
WEEK 10

Monday

3.26

 
  • Spencer: Junior Registration for Next Year
  • Lit Log #8 has been posted. Please make your post to Schoology by Sunday, 4.1.
  • Complete your next section of assigned reading; make sure to fill out your role worksheet.

Tuesday

3.27

 
  • Worksheet Changes  
  • Discussion Day #2
  • Complete your next section of assigned reading; make sure to fill out your role worksheet.

Wednesday

3.28

 
  • Switch Roles (1 becomes 2, 2 becomes 3, etc.)  
  • Discussion Day #3
  • Complete your next section of assigned reading; make sure to fill out your role worksheet.

Thursday

3.29

 
  • Discussion Day #4
  • Hampton will be around to grade 2-3 teams today during discussion
  • Complete your next section of assigned reading; make sure to fill out your role worksheet.

Friday

3.30

 
  • Discussion Day #5
  • Hampton will be around to grade 2-3 teams today during discussion
  • Complete your next section of assigned reading; make sure to fill out your role worksheet.

 

 

Quarter 4

 

WEEK 1
Presentation
Handouts What We Did
Homework

Monday

4.2

 
  • Discussion Day #6
  • Hampton will be around to grade 2-3 teams
  • Lit Log #9 has been posted. Please make your post by Sunday, 4.8.
  • Complete your next reading assignment; please make sure to switch roles. 

Tuesday

4.3

 
  • Return / Record Grades
  • Discussion Day #7
  • Notes: Poster Project
  • Begin work on Poster Project
  • Hampton will be around to grade 2-3 teams
  • Work on Poster Project accordingly; you will have 3 class days to work on it; it will be due Tuesday, 4.10.
  • Complete your next reading assignment. 

Wednesday

4.4

 
  • Discussion Day #8
  • Continue work on Poster Project
  • Hampton will be around to grade 2-3 teams
  • Work on Poster Project accordingly; you will have 3 class days to work on it; it will be due Tuesday, 4.10.
  • Complete your next reading assignment. 

Thursday

4.5

 
  • All 3rd quarter make up work is due to Hampton by the morning of Thursday, 4.5.  
  • Continue work on Poster Project
  • Work on Poster Project accordingly; you will have 3 class days to work on it; it will be due Tuesday, 4.10.
  • Complete your next reading assignment. 
  • Lit Log #9 has been posted. Please make your post by Sunday, 4.8.
WEEK 2

Monday

4.9

 
  • Class cancelled due to field trip
  • Continue work on Poster Project
  • Lit Log #1 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Sunday, 4.15.

Tuesday

4.10

 
  • Discussion Day #9-10
  • Complete your next reading assignment.

Wednesday

4.11

 
  • Discussion Day #11
  • Complete your next reading assignment.

Thursday

4.12

 
  • Discussion Day #12 + Smashups 
  • Return / Record New Grades
  • Complete your next reading assignment.

Friday

4.13

 
  • Spencer Coming for a Visit
  • Lit Log #1 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Sunday, 4.15.
WEEK 3 

Monday

4.16

 
  • Discussion Day 13 + 14

  • Lit Log #2 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Sunday, 4.22.
  • Complete your last reading assignment! 

Tuesday

4.17 

 
  • Discussion Day 15

 

Wednesday

4.18 

 
  • Notes: Final Project / Satire and Parody  
  • Clips: Ridin' Dirty vs. White and Nerdy 
  • Begin Final Team Project: Prose to Play Project

  • Work on Prose to Play Project accordingly. It is due next Wednesday, 4.25 at the beginning of class. Hampton will not be able to provide you with laptops due to FCAT Testing. 
  • A 3/4 to 1 page summary of your act is due on Friday.  

Thursday

4.19 

 
  • Prose to Play Project
  • Work on Prose to Play Project accordingly. It is due next Wednesday, 4.25 at the beginning of class. Hampton will not be able to provide you with laptops due to FCAT Testing.
  • A 3/4 to 1 page summary of your act is due on Friday.   

Friday

4.20 

 
  • Prose to Play Project
  • Return / Record New Grades 
  • Work on Prose to Play Project accordingly. It is due next Wednesday, 4.25 at the beginning of class. Hampton will not be able to provide you with laptops due to FCAT Testing.
  • Lit Log #2 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Sunday, 4.22.
WEEK 4

Monday

4.23

 
  • Prose to Play Project
  • Lit Log #3 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Sunday, 4.29.
  • Work on Prose to Play Project accordingly. It is due next Wednesday, 4.25 at the beginning of class. Hampton will not be able to provide you with laptops due to FCAT Testing.

Tuesday

4.24 

 
  • Prose to Play Project
  • Work on Prose to Play Project accordingly. It is due next Wednesday, 4.25 at the beginning of class. Hampton will not be able to provide you with laptops due to FCAT Testing.

Wednesday

4.25 

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Prose to Play Project Due @ 11:59 PM
  • New Teams
  • Aims of Argument SLM
  • Notes: GP vs. Language Argumentative Writing
  • Exam Preview + Organizer
  • Finish your introduction paragraph from today's practice exam; due tomorrow.

Thursday

4.26

 
  • Exam Preview + Organizer
  • Notes: Discursive vs. Argumentative Writing, Types of Introduction Paragraphs 
  • Pick a different essay prompt than yesterday and write an introduction paragraph in your notebook. Please select a different kind of introduction according to those you learned on the notes. 

Friday

4.27

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Notes: The Appeals + QtA Process
  • Read: Why I stopped being a vegetarian + QtA organizer
  • Write a 3/4 to 1-page review on the article from today; your review should use the organizer and explain whether or not the article was convincing. See presentation for more details. 
WEEK 5

Monday

4.30

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Read: A Vegetarian Philosophy + QtA Organizer
  • Lit Log #4 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Monday, 5.7.
  • Finish organizer from today; aim for 5-7 entries from each article. 
  • Prepare for Quiz tomorrow on these two articles and any applicable notes since beginning argumentative writing. 

Tuesday

5.1

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Quiz on Aims of Argument
  • Advanced Argument Organizer --> Read: The Future of Men
  • Prepare for LaD on The War Against Boys
    • 1st: Jeremy S.
    • 2nd: Connor C.
    • 3rd: N/A
  • Read: The War Against Boys

Wednesday

5.2

 
  • Early Release Day
  • AICE Language will not meet today due to Career Day
 

Thursday

5.3

 
  • LaD on The War Against Boys:
    1. Jeremy S.
    2. Connor C.
    3. N/A
  • Write a 1-page essay discussing whether the War Against Boys was more or less convincing than The Future of Men. Use details from the articles to support your answer. Answer in notebook. 
  • Prepare for LaD on Monday on Sex, Lies, and Conversation
    1. Emily A.
    2. Jose A. 
    3. N/A

Friday

5.4

  • Read: We've Got the Dirt...
  • Debate: Men vs. Women Thinking
  • Read Sex, Lies, and Conversation. Take notes in notebook; concentrate on how men and women communicate. Prepare for Quiz on Monday.
  • Prepare for LaD on Monday on Sex, Lies, and Conversation.
    1. Emily A.
    2. Jose A. 
    3. N/A
WEEK 6

Monday

5.7

 
  • Quiz #2 on Argument
  • LAD on Sex, Lies, and Conversation
    1. Emily A.
    2. Jose A.
    3. N/A
  • Lit Log #5 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Monday, 5.14.

Tuesday

5.8

 
  • Discuss Roles in Streetcar Named Desire
  • Notes: Conclusions and Counterpoints  
  • IGCSE Math Exam @ 12:30 pm
  • Notes: Narrative / Argumentative Review
  • Review checklist and complete practice exams (200-300 words each). See presentation for more details. Due tomorrow. 

Wednesday

5.9

 
  • AICE Language Exam (Paper 2) @ 8:30 am
 

Thursday

5.10

 
  • Thinking Skills Exam @ 8:30 am
  • Class will be cancelled due to testing
 

Friday

5.11

 
  • Setup Streetcar SLM
  • Watch: Streetcar Trailer
  • Notes: Tennessee Williams / Streetcar Named Desire
  • Roles in Streetcar Named Desire 
  • Read Introduction to Biographical Criticism (in HAMPTON Binder, Unit 8 pgs. 1-3). Take notes in notebook. Due Tuesday.  
WEEK 7

Monday

5.14

 
  • Thinking Skills Exam @ 8:30 am
  • Class will be cancelled due to testing
 

Tuesday

5.15

 
  • Notes: Vocabulary for Scene I
  • Read: Scene 1 (download Streetcar from the main page and read Scene 1)   
  • Environmental Management Exam @ 12:30 pm
  • Lit Log #6 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Monday, 5.21.

Wednesday

5.16

 
  • Finish: Scene 1
  • Read: Scene 2
 

Thursday

5.17

 
  • Thinking Skills Exam @ 8:00 am
  • Read: Scene 3
  • Prepare for Quiz tomorrow on Scenes 1, 2, and 3. 

Friday

5.18

 
  • Read Scene 4
  • Finish your Lit Log! 
WEEK 8

Monday

5.21

 
  • Watch: Streetcar Named Desire Movie 
  • European History Exam @ 12:00 pm
 

Tuesday

5.22

 
  • Notes: Scene 5
  • Read: Scene 6
  • Lit Log #7 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Monday, 5.29.

Wednesday

5.23

 
  • Notes: Scene 8
  • Read: Scene 7/9
  • Make sure to bring your HAMPTON Binder tomorrow; we'll be working with new and old practice exams that are contained therein. 

Thursday

5.24

  • See HAMPTON Binder (Searching For Bigfoot, Unit 7, pgs. 8-9)
  • Return to Language Analysis (Part 1)
  • Please view presentation 
  • Read Searching for Bigfoot (Unit 7, pg. 8-9). In comp. notebook, make 13-15 comments on this passage. View presentation for additional information. 
WEEK 9

Tuesday

5.29

  • See HAMPTON Binder (A Dining Experience, Unit 7, pgs. 12-13)
  • Return to Language Analysis (Part 2) 
  • Please view presentation
  • Read A Dining Experience (Unit 7, pg. 12-13). In comp. notebook, make 13-15 comments on this passage. View presentation for additional information. 
  • Lit Log #8 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Monday, 6.4.

Wednesday

5.30

  • Review checklist (in presentation)
  • View YouTube videos or email if you need additional assistance tonight

Thursday

5.31

 
  • AICE Language Exam (Paper 1) @ 8:30 am
 

Friday

6.1

 
  • Thinking Skills Exam @ 8:00 am
  • Read: Scene 10 / 11
  • Bring snacks and drinks (see presentation) for next week! 
  • Please remember to bring your textbooks on Monday to be returned. 
WEEK 10

Monday

6.4

 
  • Exam Week (1st EXAM, 2nd, 3rd EXAM)
  • Return Textbooks 
  • Recommendations for AICE Literature
  • Recommendations for AICE Language (w/ Payton)
  • Summer Reading for AICE Literature 
  • Watch: Streetcar Named Desire
  • Goodbyes and Final Farewells
  • Make sure to complete your final quiz / survey. This is due on Wednesday on Schoology.

Tuesday

6.5

 
  • Exam Week (4th EXAM, 5th, 6th EXAM)
  • AICE Language will not meet today
 

Wednesday

6.6

 
  • Exam Week (2nd EXAM, 3rd, 5th EXAM)
  • Recommendations for AICE Literature 
  • Summer Reading for AICE Literature 
  • Watch: Streetcar Named Desire
  • Goodbyes and Final Farewells
 

 

 

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