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Information:

  • 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.
  • 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 General Paper
    • 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 journal due date is set for Tuesday, Sept. 6th.

Tuesday

8.23

  • Syllabus Review (Day 2 of 2) 
    • Grading Scale / Percentages
    • Missed / Re-Do / Late Work Policies
    • Cheating & Plagiarism
  • "Hampton's Life" Presentation
  • 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 
      • Heinz Dilemma
      • "The Right To Kill"
  • 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 / point values
 

Tuesday

8.30 

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

Wednesday

8.31

  • See Syllabus link from last week
  • Hampton System Rewards List
  • Team Builder: Question Cubes
  • Notes: Gambits, Team Tubs, Lit. Logs
  • Notes: Becoming a Better Reader
  • See Lit Log #1 Prompt in presentation.
    • 1/2 page required
    • Remember to sticky note it

Thursday

9.1

 

  • AICE General Paper Workbook Packet (see Hampton)
    • Organize sections
    • Review over Section 0
      • Rubrics   
  • Apple Laptop Training: 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

 

  • Remember, summer reading journal entries are due on Tuesday, 9.6. Failure to turn in entries will result in your removal from the class. 
WEEK 3

Tuesday

9.6

 
  • Summer Reading Journal Entries are due
  • Demand Writing #1
 

Wednesday

9.7

 
  • Unit 1 SLM: Vocabulary
  • Concept 1: Word Parts
  • Opinnionaire on Vocabulary
  • V for Vendetta Activator
  • Notes: Importance of Vocabulary, prefixes, suffixes, roots
  • Practice: Word Formation+

 

Thursday

9.8

 
  • Concept 2: Context Clues
  • Notes: Context Clue Types
  • Practice:  Context Clues
  • Context clue homework (see last slide of presentation)

Friday

9.9

  • See Hampton binder for examples of graphic organizers
  • Concept 3: Graphic Organizers
  • Notes: Types of Graphic Organizers
  • Practice: Graphic Organizers
  • Graphic Organizer homework (see last slide of presentation)
WEEK 4

Monday

9.12

 
  • FCA #1
 

Tuesday

9.13

 
  • Set up Student Dictionary in Section 2
  • Concept 4: Word Entomology
  • Passed out PSAT Informational Packets (See Hampton)
  • Notes: Word History & Greek / Latin Roots
  • Practice: Online Word Etymology
    • Go to Etymonline.com
 

Wednesday

9.14

 

  • Finish Online Word Etymology  
  • Quiz on Vocabulary
  • Garageband Vocabulary Project Explanation
 

Thursday

9.15

 

  • Garageband Vocabulary Project
 

Friday

9.16

 
  • Garageband Vocabulary Project
 
WEEK 5

Monday

9.19

 
  • Hampton Out Sick:
    • Write a 3-4 page (500-600 word) essay on the following prompt: Are libraries becoming obsolete? Explain the role of the library in the modern world.   
 

Tuesday

9.20

 

  • Hampton Out Sick:
    • Write a 3-4 page (500-600 word) essay on the following prompt: With the invention of iTunes, music appears to be listened by most everyone. What type of music appeals to you and does not appeal to you and why? 
 

Wednesday

9.21

 

  • Early Release Day
  • Hampton's Birthday!
  • Set Up Fiction SLM
  • Concept 1: The Reader
  • Notes: Why it's important / final assessment
  • Notes: What Good Readers Do / Activate Background
 

Thursday

9.22

 

  • Concept 2: The Plot
  • Notes: Plot
  • Handout: graphic organizer for plot
  • Watch: scenes from Labyrinth (exposition, conflict)
    • See Hampton before school to watch clips
 

Friday

9.23

  • Watch: scenes from Labyrinth (climax, resolution)
    • See Hampton before school to watch clips
  • Handout: Graphic organizer for plot
  • Read: What Happened During the Ice Storm
    • Describe plot in composition notebook
  • Finish Essay 1 & 2 from Monday / Tuesday (500-600 words/each)
  • Read The Monkey's Paw; LL Entry #2: Describe the plot (exposition, conflict, climax, resolution)
WEEK 6

Monday

9.26

  • Read The Leap on pgs. 47-54 in Purpose textbook ; LL Entry #3: Describe the plot (exposition, conflict, climax, resolution)
  • Study for Mini-Test on plot; you may not use your notes on this mini-test.

Tuesday

9.27

 
  • Quiz #3 (NTFN or TF)
  • Concept 3a: The Character
  • Notes: Characters and Types (Inferencing skills)
  • Activator: "Everyone's favorite wizard!"
 

Wednesday

9.28

 
  • Watch: scene from  Real Genius
  • Read: How to Fight Monsters
  • Two-Column notes (in comp. notebook) 
  • Read Magelena Looking on pgs. 9-19 (purple textbook); Make a 2-column chart like we worked on today on a separate sheet of paper; make at least 8 two-column entries.

Thursday

9.29

  • See presentation for areas of biography
  • Body Biography (Day 1 of 3); due end of class on Friday
 

Friday

9.30

 

  • Body Biography (Day 2 of 3)
  • Read Games at Twilight, pgs. 139-148; LL #4: describe the characters of this story
WEEK 7

Monday

10.3

 
  • FAIR Testing in Lab (See Hampton for make up instructions)
 

Tuesday

10.4

 
  • Finish Body Biography (Day 3 of 3) 
 

Wednesday

10.5

  • 3-Column Organizer (in presentation)
  • Concept 3b: The Point of View (POV)
  • Activator: Role Play POV
  • Watch: scenes from Vantage Point  
    • See Hampton before school to watch the clips
  • 3-Column Graphic Organizer
  • Write a 1-page journal entry from the point of view of another character in How to Fight Monsters. See presentation for more specific information. 

Thursday

10.6

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Read: Diving Under
  • Graphic Organizer 
 

Friday

10.7

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Read: Flipped
  • "Flipping Point of View" assignment
  • Finish Flipping POV assignment; see presentation for more information.
WEEK 8

Monday

10.10

 
  • FCA #2

 

Tuesday

10.11

 

  • Return / Record New Grades
  • Concept 4: Setting
  • Notes: Setting and Types
  • Describe setting of bedroom
  • LL #5: Describe setting of an area of school; define what's possible in these areas, both obvious and implied

Wednesday

10.12

 
  • PSAT Day (Period 4 will be canceled; this assignment is only for periods 5 and 7)
  • Analyze Setting through artwork  

 

 

Thursday

10.13

 
  • Notes: Written Conversations
  • Read: There Will Come Soft Rains

 

Friday

10.14

 
  • New Teams 
  • Finish: There Will Come Soft Rains (5th / 7th period)
  • Read: Harrison Bergeron (4th period only)  
  • Written Conversations Activity (see Hampton for instructions if you are absent) 
  • See presentation for information on how to complete LL #6. Make sure to look at the right presentation (it will say either 4th period OR 5th and 7th period)
WEEK 9

Monday

10.17

 
  • Chair Rewards
  • Read By the Waters of Babylon
    • LL #7: 1-page summary on describing the setting of the story; also, talk about setting and its role in the story (what does it do?)
  • Conferences with Hampton
  • Finish assignment for homework

Tuesday

10.18

 
  • Notes: Temporal setting and implications
  • Activator: Back to the Future III
  • View photos from different time period/same location
    • 2-column organizer (see presentation for details)
  • Study for quiz on setting; view notes make sure notebook is organized

Wednesday

10.19

 
  • All Make Up Work is Due  
  • Notes: Social setting and rules
  • Activator: Tron Legacy
  • Quiz #4: Setting (ST)
 

Thursday

10.20

  • See HAMPTON Binder
 

Friday

10.21

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Read: Two Kinds (Part 2 of 2)
    • Quick Writes

 

WEEK 10

Monday

10.24

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Team Builder: Team Names and Cheers
  • Notes: Dual Entry Journals
  • Read: The Scarlet Ibis / Dual Entry Journals
 

Tuesday

10.25

 
  • Concept 6: Irony
  • Notes: Irony
  • Watch: scenes from Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    • See Hampton before school to watch scenes

 

Wednesday

10.26

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Listen: Ironic (A. Morisette)
    • Organizer
  • Read: Where have you gone, Charmin' Billy?
    • Organizer
  • Go on website; select short story in which to analyze. Remember, you have a copy of the rubric already. Paper is due next Tuesday.

Thursday

10.27

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Read: Where have you gone, Charmin' Billy?
    • Organizer
  • Work on Final Paper; it is due on Tuesday

 

Quarter 2

 

Monday

10.24

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Team Builder: Team Names and Cheers
  • Notes: Dual Entry Journals
  • Read: The Scarlet Ibis / Dual Entry Journals
 

Tuesday

10.25

 
  • Concept 6: Irony
  • Notes: Irony
  • Watch: scenes from Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    • See Hampton before school to watch scenes

 

Wednesday

10.26

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Listen: Ironic (A. Morisette)
    • Organizer
  • Read: Where have you gone, Charmin' Billy?
    • Organizer
  • Go on website; select short story in which to analyze. Remember, you will receive a copy of the rubric tomorrow. Paper is due next Tuesday.
 

 

Short Story Selections:

 

 

Click here for your Rubric for Project

 

 

Thursday

10.27

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Read: Where have you gone, Charmin' Billy?
  • Notes: Hands Up / Pair Up
  • Work on Final Paper; it is due on Tuesday
WEEK 2

Monday

10.31

 
  • Happy Halloween Everyone!
  • Continue working on Where Have You Gone, Charmin' Billy?
  • Continue Hands Up, Pair Up
  • Set up new Fairy Tale SLM 
  • Finish final paper; it is due tomorrow.

Tuesday

11.1

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Final Paper is due
  • Activator: The Brothers Grimm
  • Notes: Plot on Fairy Tale
  • Read: The Three Brothers 
  • LL Entry #1 on plot (see presentation for details)

Wednesday

11.2

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • LL entry #2 on character (see presentation for details)

Thursday

11.3

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • LL entry #3 on Numerology (see presentation for details)

Friday

11.4

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Notes: Theme and Moral
  • Watch: Cinderella (from Disney)
  • Read: Ashputtle (Cinderella)
  • Separate Team Activity
  • LL entry #4 on Theme / Moral (see presentation for details) 

WEEK 3

("Homecoming Week")

Monday

11.7

 
  • Read: The Table, The Ass, and The Stick
  • Quick Writes / Team Activity
  • Read The Table, The Ass, and The Stick. LL entry #5 on the four parts of the fairy tale (see presentation)

Tuesday

11.8

 
  • FCA #3
 

Wednesday

11.9

 
  • Organize HAMPTON Binder (Sections 2/4)
  • Finish organizing HAMPTON Binder (Sections 2/4); due Monday. 

Thursday

11.10

 
  • Homecoming Activities; no assignment
 

Friday

11.11

 
  • Homecoming Activities; no assignment
 
WEEK 4

Monday

11.14

 
  • Fairy Tale Rubric explanation
  • Begin work on Fairy Tale Project
  • Finish pre-planning / rough outline of fairy tale
  • Work on fairy tale; it is due next Monday (11.21)

Tuesday

11.15

  • Continue work on Fairy Tale Project
  • Work on fairy tale; it is due next Monday (11.21)

Wednesday

11.16

 
  • Continue work on Fairy Tale Project
  • Work on fairy tale; it is due next Monday (11.21)

Thursday

11.17

 
  • Continue work on Fairy Tale Project
  • Work on fairy tale; it is due next Monday (11.21)
  • Hampton needs 12 people to buy a copy of Ender's Game (Card); please see Hampton if interested! 
  • See presentation for writing prompt: this is due tomorrow! 
  • Make sure HAMPTON Binder, Section 2/4 is complete; it is due tomorrow!

Friday

11.18

 
  • Continue work on Fairy Tale Project
  • Work on fairy tale; it is due next Monday (11.21)
WEEK 5 (THANKSGIVING BREAK)

Monday

11.21

 
  • Fairy Tale Project due (4th, 5th period)
  • Ender's Game Pick Up

 

Tuesday

11.22

 
  • Fairy Tale Project due (7th period only)
  • 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

 

thru

 

Friday

11.25

 
  • Thanksgiving Break
 
WEEK 6

Monday

11.28

 
  • Benchmark Testing (5th period)
  • Book Swaps (4th, 7th period)
 

Tuesday

11.29

 
  • Benchmark Testing (4th, 7th period)
  • Book Swaps (5th period)
 

Wednesday

11.30

 
  • Begin Ender's Game
  • Set Up Ender's Game SLM
  • Notes: Orson Scott Card / Ender's Game
  • Read / Sticky Note: Chapter 1 ("Third")
  • Read Chapter 1 ("Third")
    • LL #6: What parts of Chapter 1 are confusing or unclear? Explain why these parts are confusing and, if you can, try predicting some answers to these questions you have. See presentation for additional details.

Thursday

12.1

 
  • Chapter 1: "Talking Chips"
  • Notes: "Talking Chips"
  • Read / Discuss: Chapter 2 ("Peter")
  • Read Chapter 3 ("Graff")
    • LL #7: Pretend for a moment that you are in Ender's "shoes" in this chapter. Write and explain how you would have handled Graff's proposal. In addition, list any parts of that confused or left you with unanswered questions. 

Friday

12.2

 
  • Chapter 3 ("Graff"): "Talking Chips"
  • Silent Read: Chapter 4 ("Launch")
  • Finish reading Chapter 4 (if applicable)
  • Read Chapter 5 ("Games")
    • Prepare for a Quiz on Chapters 1-5 on Monday. You may take whatever notes you wish and use your comp notebook. You may not use your book. 
WEEK 7

Monday

12.5

 
  • FCA #4
  • Chapter 6 ("Giant's Drink")

Tuesday

12.6

 
  • Quiz #1 (Chapters 1-6)
  • Talking Chips: Chapters 5-6
  • Work on Character Tree
  • Finish Character Tree (see presentation)

Wednesday

12.7

 
  • Early Release Day
  • Activators: "Battle Room" (from Dead Space / Halo)
  • Read: Chapter 7 ("Salamander")
  • Read Chapter 7 ("Salamander") 
    • LL #8: Draw / sketch the 3 most important scenes from this chapter. 

Thursday

12.8

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Section 2/4 Check for Applicable classes
  • Notes: Socratic Circles
  • Read Chapter 8 ("Rat")
  • Read Chapter 8 ("Rat")
  • LL 9: Prepare for your Socratic Circle by writing down 3-5 questions to ask during tomorrow's circle. Make sure these are on a separate sheet of paper, as you will be turning these in. You may use any chapters you wish, but try to make at least 1 question relating to Chapters 7-8.  

Friday

12.9

 

  • Socratic Circle #1 (Chapters 1-7); if absent, you must still complete the Socratic Circle Review
 
WEEK 8

Monday

12.12

 

  • Notes: Locke and Demosthenes
  • Quiz on Notes
  • Read Chapter 9 ("Locke and Demosthenes")
    • LL 10: See presentation

Tuesday

12.13

 
  • Socratic Circle Reflection Explanation
  • Return / Record Grades
  • Begin Body Biography (Day 1)
  • Work on Socratic Circle Reflection. This must be typed. See HAMPTON Binder for help. Due Friday.

Wednesday

12.14

 
  • Body Biography (Day 2)
  • Read Chapter 10 ("Dragon"): LL #11...see presentation for prompt. 

Thursday

12.15

 
  • Body Biography (Day 3)
  • Continue to work on Body Biography; due tomorrow at end of class
  • Remember to finish Socratic Circle Reflection; due tomorrow. 

Friday

12.16

 
  • Early Release Day
  • End of Body Biography (Day 4) --> Due to Hampton
  • Socratic Circle Reflection Due
 
WEEK 9

Tuesday

1.3

  • Notes: Final Assessment for Ender's Game
  • The Road to AICE Language / 2012 Preview
  • Read: Chapter 11 
  • Finish reading Chapter 11; LL entry on presentation
  • Begin work on Ender's Game final assessment; due Sunday to Schoology by Sunday at 11:59 pm. See information sheet on the left for more information.  

Wednesday

1.4

 
  • Quiz on Chapter 11
  • Read: Chapter 12
  • Finish reading Chapter 12 and 13. See presentation for LL prompt.
  • Begin work on Ender's Game final assessment; due Sunday to Schoology by Sunday at 11:59 pm. See information sheet on the left for more information.

Thursday

1.5

 
  • Read: Chapter 14
  • Quick writes and Music Match-up
  • Finish reading Chapters 14 and 15. Prepare for your Socratic Circle by writing down 3-5 questions to ask during tomorrow's circle. You may use any chapters you wish, starting with Chapter 9, but try to make at least 1 question relating to Chapters 14-15.
  • Begin work on Ender's Game final assessment; due Sunday to Schoology by Sunday at 11:59 pm. See information sheet on the left for more information.

Friday

1.6

  • See HAMPTON Binder 
  • Socratic Circle (Chapters 9-15)
  • Complete Socratic Circle Reflection. Due Tuesday to Schoology by 11:59 pm. 
  • Complete final assessment for Ender's Game. This is due Sunday to Schoology by Sunday at 11:59 pm. See information sheet on the left for more information.
WEEK 10

Monday

1.9

 
  • Ender's Game book collection
  • New Poetry SLM
  • Return / Record New Grades
  • New Teams! 
  • Team Builder: Placemat Consensus
  • Complete any make up work; due Wednesday
  • Complete Socratic Circle Reflection. Due Tuesday to Schoology by 11:59 pm.

Tuesday

1.10

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Socratic Circle Reflection Due (Schoology by 11:59 pm)
  • Placemat Consensus
  • Activator: What Teachers Make
  • Notes: Poetry
  • Read: Introduction to Poetry
  • Complete any make up work; due Wednesday
  • Complete Socratic Circle Reflection. Due Tuesday to Schoology by 11:59 pm

Wednesday

1.11

 
  • Exam Schedule Day
 

Thursday

1.12

 
  • Exam Schedule Day
 

Friday

1.13

 
  • Exam Schedule Day
 

 

Quarter 3

 

WEEK 1
Presentation
Handouts What We Did
Homework

Thursday

1.19

 

  • Notes: Final Poetry Project
  • Notes: Meter and Stanza  
  • Teams: Taxi Challenge
  • Make sure to bring your HAMPTON Binder tomorrow. 
  • Transfer 3-5 of your best assignments 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 those 3-5 assignments as your best.
  • Post this 1/2 page reflection to Schoology by 1.22 at 11:59 pm. 

Friday

1.20

 
  • FAIR Testing in Lab
  • Make sure to bring your HAMPTON Binder on Monday. 
  • Transfer 3-5 of your best assignments 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 those 3-5 assignments as your best.
  • Post this 1/2 page reflection to Schoology by 1.22 at 11:59 pm
WEEK 2

Monday

1.23

 
  • FCA #5

 

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
  • Notes: Imagery (Cont.)
  • Read: Oranges
  • Team Activity: Story Boarding
  • Finish story board. Due Friday. 

Friday

1.27

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Notes: Metaphor / Simile
  • Read: Trees / What Women Want
  • Team Activity: 2-Column Organizer (see presentation)
 
WEEK 3

Monday

1.30

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Notes: Metaphors and You
  • Read: Mother to Son / Mystery Poems
  • Team Activity: 2-Column Organizer for Mother to Son
  • Team Activity: Mystery Poems
  • Lit Log #1 is now posted on Schoology. When you have completed your weekly readings, feel free to make your post. Remember to support your answer with details from the reading this week.
  • Make a metaphor poem about you; see presentation for additional details. 

Tuesday

1.31

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Notes: Allusions
  • Watch: Target Commercial / Rocky IV Montage 
  • Read: Out, out-- / Macbeth (3-column notes)
 

Wednesday

2.1

 
  • Notes: Ekphrastic Poetry
  • Ekphrastic Poetry Practice with Pictures
  • Make sure you have 3 completed poems from the Ekphrastic activity today!

Thursday

2.2

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Spencer coming to visit
  • Notes: Repetition and Rhyme Scheme
  • Read: The Raven
  • Team Activity: Text Marking
  • Make a poem about an animal, object, or a feeling. Your poem must have a rhyme scheme!
  • Make sure to complete identification of rhyme scheme and repetition from The Raven. See presentation for details. 

Friday

2.3

 
  • Return / Record New Grades
  • Team Activity: Spoof / Emulation Poem
  • Finish your spoof / emulation poem. 
  • Don't forget to make your Schoology post! 
WEEK 4

Monday

2.6

 
  • Notes: Poetry Anthology Project Information
  • Notes: Alliteration & Onomatopoeia 
  • Read: The Weary Blues
  • Teams: Organizer on The Weary Blues (see presentation for details if absent)
  • Make a poem that has alliteration in it; 1/2 to 1 page poem. 
  • Lit Log #2 has been posted. Please make your post to Schoology by Sunday, 2.12.

Tuesday

2.7

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Read: Hampton's Guide to Poetry
  • Teams: Poetry Rotations (if absent, pick out 4 of these poems, read them, and use the organizer in the presentation; turn in when you return)
    1. Dog's Death
    2. The Road Not Taken
    3. Richard Cory
    4. Fire and Ice
    5. If
    6. Acquainted with the Night 
  • Begin working on Poetry Anthology Project; this is due to Schoology by Sunday, 2.12. 

Wednesday

2.8

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Early Release Day (Hampton at training on campus)
  • Read: We Real Cool and Do Not Go Gentle...
  • 1/2 page analysis of each poem
  • Work on Poetry Anthology Project
  • Continue working on Poetry Anthology Project; this is due to Schoology by Sunday, 2.12. 

Thursday

2.9

 
  • Activator: Dead Poets Society
  • Macbooks: Work on Poetry Anthology Project
  • Continue working on Poetry Anthology Project; this is due to Schoology by Sunday, 2.12

Friday

2.10

 
  • Macbooks: Work on Poetry Anthology Project
  • Don't forget to make your Lit Log #2 post and your poetry anthology project to Schoology by Sunday, 2.12. 
WEEK 5

Monday

2.13

 
  • FCA #6
  • Lit Log #3 has been posted. Please make your post to Schoology by Sunday, 2.19.

Tuesday

2.14

 
  • Watch television tonight; analyze any one commercial or infomercial. Analysis must be approximately 1/2 page. 

Wednesday

2.15

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Activator: Violence in the Media
  • Read: Now You Take Bambi... 
  • Write a 1-page review on how persuasive Now You Take Bambi was. Explain what makes King's argument convincing or not convincing.  

Thursday

2.16

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Return / Record New Grades
  • Team Activity: Analyze appeals with organizer for Now You Take Bambi (See presentation) 
  • Activator: The Columbine Massacre
  • Read: Unnatural Killers
  • Finish reading. Unnatural Killers. Use the other half of your graphic organizer and analyze the appeals. You need at least 4-5 lines of support for each appeal. 
  • Prepare for Quiz. Make sure notebook is organized. 

Friday

2.17

 
  • Don't forget to make your Lit Log #3 post to Schoology by Sunday, 2.19.
  • Finish Practice Essay #1. 2-3 pages handwritten. 
WEEK 6

Tuesday

2.21

 
  • Notes: FCAT Scoring
  • Teams: FCAT Writes Exemplar Rotations
  • Lit Log #4 has been posted. Please make your post to Schoology by Sunday, 2.26.

Wednesday

2.22

 
  • Notes: The Introduction Paragraph
  • Practice: Introduction Paragraphs (Prompts 1 + 2)
  • Finish your introduction paragraph for both prompts 1 and 2.

Thursday

2.23

 
  • Notes: The Body Paragraphs 
  • Practice: Body Paragraphs (Prompts 1 + 2)
  • Finish your body paragraphs for both prompts 1 and 2.

Friday

2.24

 
  • Return / Record New Grades
  • Notes: The Conclusion /  Paragraph
  • Practice: Conclusion Paragraph (Prompts 1 + 2)
  • Finish your conclusion paragraph for both prompts 1 and 2.
  • Lit Log #4 has been posted. Please make your post to Schoology by Sunday, 2.26.
WEEK 7

Monday

2.27

 
  • Notes: Pre-Planning and Last Pieces of Advice
  • Practice Essay #2
  • Lit Log #5 has been posted. Please make your post to Schoology by Sunday, 3.4.
  • Get a good night's sleep! 

Tuesday

2.28

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Read School is Bad for Children on Unit 6, pgs. 13-18. Answer questions 1-3 at bottom. 

Wednesday

2.29

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Read: The Sanctuary of School
  • Teams: 1-page review of comparing / contrasting School is Bad for Children and The Sanctuary of School
  • Finish 1-page review (see presentation for details)

Thursday

3.1

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Finish Team activity on Sanctuary of School
  • Make sure transparency is complete  and each person has an equal participation in the presentation scheduled for tomorrow.

Friday

3.2

  • Don't forget about your Lit. Log!
WEEK 8

Monday

3.5

  • See HAMPTON Binder
  • Read College Pressures
  • Teams: Questions 1-3
  • Lit Log #6 has been posted. Please make your post to Schoology by Sunday, 3.11.

Tuesday

3.6

 
  • Teams: Share-Out Questions 1-3 from College Pressures
  • Notes: Propaganda Types
  • Watch: Clips with Propaganda / Organizer (see Hampton before school for clips)
  • Find a commercial or informercial that uses a specific type of propaganda; make a 1/2 page analysis in your notebook. Due Friday!

Wednesday

3.7

 
  • Early Release Day
  • Finish watching propaganda clips
  • Notes: Giant Brochure Project 
  • Work on Giant Brochure Project

Thursday

3.8

 
  • Begin working on Giant Brochure Project
  • Work on Giant Brochure Project

Friday

3.9

 
  • Work on Giant Brochure Project
  • Don't forget to make your Lit Log Post!
WEEK 9

Monday

3.12

 
  • Textbook Room Pick Up --> Fast Food Nation
  • Finish Giant Brochure Project
  • Finish brochure project; this is due Tuesday at the beginning of class.
  • 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, but periods 4-7 will meet as normal. 
  • FCA #7
  • Read the Introduction on pgs. 3-10. Place sticky notes in your book for 3-5 quotes that are interesting or thought-provoking to you. 

Wednesday

3.14

 
  • Read "Founding Fathers" on pgs. 13-17. Place sticky notes in your book for 3-5 quotes that are interesting or thought-provoking to you.

Thursday

3.15

 
  • Notes: Fast Food Origins
  • Read: "Founding Fathers," pgs. 17-end. + Organizer
  • Read "Trusted Friends" on pgs. 31-38. Place sticky notes in your book for 3-5 quotes that are interesting or thought-provoking to you.

Friday

3.16

 
  • Return / Record Grades 
  • Notes: Ray Kroc 
  • Read: "Kid Kustomers" 
  • Don't forget to make your Lit Log post by Sunday, 3.18.
WEEK 10

Monday

3.26

 
  • Read: "Perfect Synergy" and "Brand Essence"
  • Teams: Questions in Notebook
  • Watch: Supersize Me
  • Read "McTeachers and Coke Dudes" on pgs. 51-57; prepare for Quiz on this section. 
  • Lit Log #8 has been posted. Please make your post to Schoology by Sunday, 4.1.

Tuesday

3.27

 
  • Finish clip of Supersize Me
  • Concept 2: The People
  • Notes: Throughput, Stroking
  • Read: Throughput, Stroking 
  • Read "Protecting Youth" and "Inside Jobs." 
  • Prepare for Quiz tomorrow 

Wednesday

3.28

 
  • Quiz #1 on FFN
  • Clip: The Killing Floor
  • Read: The Most Dangerous Job  on pg. 170
  • Read "Sharp Knives" and "The Worst" on pgs. 172-178. Take notes in comp. notebook for discussion tomorrow.

Thursday

3.29

 
  • Notes: Meatpacking Industry, History, Kenny Dobbins
  • Read: Kenny
  • 4 Sketches
  • Finish Storyboard Project

Friday

3.30

 
  • Clip: Chicken Nuggets / Chicken Farming
  • Notes: Chicken Farming
  • Read: The Breasts of Mr. McDonald 
  • Read "On the Range" on pgs. 133-139. Take notes in notebook for discussion on Monday.

 

 

 

Quarter 4

 

WEEK 1
Presentation
Handouts What We Did
Homework

Monday

4.2

 

  • Notes: Flavors and HFC (High Fructose Corn Syrup)
  • Read: Food Product Design (pgs. 119-125) + Endurance Reading with Team
  • Lit Log #9 has been posted. Please make your post by Sunday, 4.8. 
  • Finish reading "Food Product Design"

Tuesday

4.3

 
  • Return / Record Grades
  • Read: "What's in the Meat"
  • Clip: Food, Inc. 

 

Wednesday

4.4

 
  • Read: "A Bug That Kills Children"
  • Notes: Food Borne Pathogens 
  • Finish reading "What's in the Meat" from pgs. 204-222. Take notes in your notebook and prepare for a Quiz tomorrow on these readings.

Thursday

4.5

 
  • Quiz #2 on FFN
  • All 3rd quarter make up work is due to Hampton by the morning of Thursday, 4.5.  
  • Notes on Obesity
  • Watch: Food Inc., Supersize Me
  • Read and take notes on "Have it your Way" on pgs. 255-262. 
  • Lit Log #9 has been posted. Please make your post by Sunday, 4.8.
WEEK 2

Monday

4.9

 
  • Watch: Supersize Me
  • Lit Log #1 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Sunday, 4.15. 
  • Prepare for Quiz tomorrow on "Have it your Way" on  pgs. 255-262.

Tuesday

4.10

 
  • Quiz #3 on FFN (Will cover "Have it your Way" on  pgs. 255-262) 
  • Begin Fast Food Nation Newspaper Poster Project
  • Finish reading "Have It Your Way" on pgs. 262-270; take notes.   

Wednesday

4.11

 
  • Continue work on Fast Food Nation Newspaper Poster Project
  • Work on Newspaper Poster Project accordingly. 

Thursday

4.12

 
  • Continue work on Fast Food Nation Newspaper Poster Project
  • Return / Record Grades
  • Work on Newspaper Poster Project accordingly. 

Friday

4.13

  • Continue work on Newspaper Poster Project
  • Notes: Testing Strategies / Tips by Hampton
WEEK 3

Monday

4.16

 
  • Due to FCAT Testing, there will be no General Paper class today
  • Lit Log #2 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Sunday, 4.22.  

Tuesday

4.17

 
  • Due to FCAT Testing, there will be no General Paper class today
 

Wednesday

4.18

 
  • Due to FCAT Testing, there will be no General Paper class today
 

Thursday

4.19

  • See HAMPTON Binder 
  • General Paper Primer SLM
  • Notes: FCAT Writes vs. GP Exam
  • Practice: Introduction Pargraph on GP 
  • Choose 1 prompt from Unit 9, pg. 2; write an introduction paragraph in notebook.

Friday

4.20

  • See HAMPTON Binder 
  • Notes: Introduction Paragraph Types
  • Practice: Introduction Paragraphs 
  • Choose 1 prompt from Unit 9, pg. 2; write an introduction paragraph in your notebook. You may use any of the introduction paragraphs discussed from the presentation.  
WEEK 4

Monday

4.23

 
  • New Teams 
  • Return / Record New Grades
  • Notes: Common GP Question Threads, Thesis Statements
  • Practice: Introduction Paragraph + Thesis statement 
  • Lit Log #3 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Monday, 4.30.  
  • Choose 1 prompt from Unit 9, pg. 2; write an introduction paragraph and thesis statement in your notebook. You may choose the same section more than once for this prompt.

Tuesday

4.24

 

  • Return Fast Food Nation
  • Watch: Duties of a Woman in Saudi Arabia (Part I, Part II)
  • Organizer in Notebook
  • Complete 1 introduction paragraph (+thesis) and 3 body paragraphs on the women's rights prompt. You should base your answer closely on what you learned today and Wednesday and your own knowledge. Due Thursday.

Wednesday

4.25

 

  • Read: Women's Rights in Islamic Countries
  • Watch: Clips on Women's Rights in Saudi Arabia + Organizer in Notebook
  • Complete 1 introduction paragraph (+thesis) and 3 body paragraphs on the women's rights prompt. You should base your answer closely on what you learned today and Tuesday and your own knowledge. Due Thursday.

Thursday

4.26

  • Handout: Threat of Global Warming
  • Watch: An Inconvenient Truth
  • Organizer in Notebook 
  • Complete 1 introduction paragraph (+thesis) and 3 body paragraphs on the global warming prompt. You should base your answer closely on what you learned today and what your own knowledge.   

Friday

4.27

 
  • Complete 1 introduction paragraph (+thesis) and 3 body paragraphs on the shortage of water prompt. You should base your answer closely on what you learned today and what your own knowledge.    
WEEK 5

Monday

4.30

  • Practice: Grade Sample GP Essays + Rubric
  • Final General Paper essay; due Thursday by end of day to Schoology. View presentation for more details! 
  • Lit Log #4 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Monday, 5.7. 

Tuesday

5.1

 
  • Notes: Conclusions and Counterpoints
  • Practice: Counterpoints
  • Final General Paper essay; due Thursday by end of day to Schoology. View presentation for more details! 
  • Prepare for Quiz tomorrow on GP Information, including practice essays. 

Wednesday

5.2

  • Early Release Day
  • Quiz #1  
  • Handout: Common Quotes for GP

 

Thursday

5.3

 
  • Notes: The Puritans / The Salem Witch Trials

 

  • Don't forget about your GP Essay on Schoology! 

Friday

5.4

 
  • Read Act I of the Crucible from pgs. 3-15 (stop at Putnam entrance). Take notes in notebook and prepare for Quiz on Monday.
WEEK 6

Monday

5.7

 
  • General Paper Exam @ 8:30 AM
  • Notes: Act I Vocabulary / Character Logs
  • Role assignments in The Crucible
  • Begin Act I (pgs. 3-11)
  • Read pgs. 3-20; prepare for Quiz on Tuesday. 
  • Lit Log #5 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Monday, 5.14. 

Tuesday

5.8

 
  • Quiz on Crucible (pgs. 3-20)
  • Read: Act I (pgs. 11-24)
  • Read pgs. 20-32; take notes in notebook. 

Wednesday

5.9

 
  • Notes: Giles Corey / Rebecca Nurse
  • Read: Act I (pgs. 24-32)
  • Read pgs. 32-48; take notes in notebook

Thursday

5.10

 
  • Notes: Rev. Hale of Beverly / Latin Guide
  • Read: Act I (pgs. 33-48)
  • Act I Summary
  • Finish Act I summary today. Due tomorrow. See presentation for more details.

Friday

5.11

 
  • Watch: The Crucible (Act I)
  • Lit Log #5 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Monday, 5.14. 
WEEK 7

Monday

5.14

 
  • Return / Record New Grades
  • Notes: Elizabeth Proctor / Act II Vocabulary
  • Read: Act II (until Hale's entrance)
  • Read Act II until Hale's entrance; take notes and prepare for Quiz tomorrow.

Tuesday

5.15

 
  • Quiz #2 on Crucible
  • Notes: Vocabulary on Act II (cont.)
  • Read: Act II
  • Lit Log #6 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Monday, 5.21. 

Wednesday

5.16

 
  • Read: Act II (until end)
  • Questions in Teams
  • Read the Deleted Scene between Abigail and Proctor in the appendix. Take notes and prepare for Quiz tomorrow. 

Thursday

5.17

 
  • Quiz #3
  • Read: Act II (Deleted Scene; in appendix) 
  • Questions in Teams
 

Friday

5.18

 
  • Watch: The Crucible (Act II)
  • Read Act III (up to pg. 95); take notes. 
WEEK 8

Monday

5.21

 
  • Notes: Act III Vocabulary
  • Court Documents from Salem Witch Trials
  • Read: Act III
  • Read Act III (up until pg. 105); take notes for quiz tomorrow. 
  • Lit Log #7 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Monday, 5.29. 

Tuesday

5.22

 
  • Quiz #4 on Crucible 
  • Read: Act III
  • Finish Act III; take notes

Wednesday

5.23

 
  • AICE US History Exam @ 12:00 PM
  • Due to AICE Testing, class will be canceled for today
 

Thursday

5.24

 
  • Read: Act III (Finish)
  • Questions in Teams
  • Make sure to post your Lit Log! 
WEEK 9

Tuesday

5.29

 
  • Watch: Crucible (Act III)
  • 7th period only: Read Act IV (Part 1 of 2)
  • Lit Log #8 (Quarter 4) has been posted. Please make your post by Monday, 6.4. 
  • Bring your textbooks to class on Wednesday; we will be returning them. 

Wednesday

5.30

 
  • AICE General Paper did not meet today
 

Thursday

5.31

 
  • Textbook Collection Day
  • 4th and 5th: Read Act IV (Parts 1 and 2) 
 

Friday

6.1

 
  • Notes: The Red Scare & Arthur Miller
  • 7th period: Read Act IV (Part 2 of 2)
  • ALL PERIODS: Finish Crucible movie (Act IV)
  • Bring snacks and drinks (see presentation) for next week! 
  • Don't forget to post for your last Lit Log! 
WEEK 10

Monday

6.4

 
  • Exam Week (1st EXAM, 2nd, 3rd EXAM)
  • General Paper does not meet on this day
 

Tuesday

6.5

 
  • Exam Week; (4th EXAM, 5th, 6th EXAM)
  • Recommendations for AICE Language (10th and 11th)
  • Summer Reading for AICE Language 
  • Goodbyes and Final Farewells
  • Make sure to complete your final quiz / survey. This is due on Thursday on Schoology.

Wednesday

6.6

 
  • Exam Week; (2nd EXAM, 3rd, 5th EXAM)
  • Recommendations for AICE Language (10th and 11th)
  • Summer Reading for AICE Language 
  • Goodbyes and Final Farewells
  • Make sure to complete your final quiz / survey. This is due on Thursday on Schoology.

 

 

 

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