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Plan for the Week 8/20-8/24

AP Language & Composition

Monday- Animal Farm Test; set-up supplies

Tuesday- Persuasive Speeches

Wednesday- Persuasive Speeches

Thursday- Socratic Seminar over Animal Farm

Friday- AP M/C Pre-assessment

English III

Monday- Collect supplies; Stations; “You Are Here” Activity

Tuesday- Grammar Notes: Punctuation & Parts of Speech notes in Interactive Notebook

Wednesday- Punctuation/Parts of speech review; Grammar Pre-assessment

Thursday- Sentence Structure Unit: Simple Sentences

Friday- Sentence Structure Unit: Simple Sentences

Plans for the Week 8/16-8/17

8/16

Welcome back!

Subscribe to my blog; school supply list

What is your genius? Post it!

Symbolism activity- sculpt a physical symbol of given abstract concepts

 

8/17

Guided notes: Classroom expectations and procedures

Department policies

AP Contract

WOHS Pre-AP/AP Summer Reading Assignments

9th Grade-

  • The Coffin Quilt by Ann Rinaldi  
  • House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros

10th Grade-

  • Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
  • Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom
  • Email Mrs. Shellhorse for information on additional assignments.  [email protected]

11th Grade-

  • Animal Farm by George Orwell
  • “I Have a Dream” speech by Martin Luther King, Jr
  • Email Mrs. Sims for information on additional assignments. [email protected]

12th Grade-

  • 1984 by George Orwell
  • Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw
  • Email Mrs. Noble for information on additional assignments. [email protected]

Plans for 9/21-9/25

Monday- SAT Vocabulary Practice

Tuesday- Reading Practice: Irony – 3 types

Wednesday- Begin “The Monkey’s Paw”- vocabulary and illustrations in interactive notebooks

Thursday- Read “The Monkey’s Paw”

Friday- Finish reading “The Monkey’s Paw”; Begin Plot Analysis

 

Plans for the Week of 9/14-9/18

Monday- Quiz, Finish Skills Review (types of irony & context clues) Project assigned. Presentation is due Friday.

Tuesday- Work in class on “Mary Maloney’s Trial” project (writing portion) with partners.

Wednesday- Methods of persuasion, closing arguments

Thursday- Testing

Friday- Project presentation- closing arguments for Mary Maloney’s murder trial. Defenders and prosecutors will read their persuasive essays to the jury.

English II Plans for the Week of 9/7-9/11

September 7th- LABOR DAY HOLIDAY!

September 8th- Alfred Hitchcock video of “Lamb to the Slaughter” (compare/contrast)

Homework (due Friday, 9/11): Police Report and Crime Scene drawing for “LttS”

September 9th- Universal Screener and Kahoot review of “LttS”

September 10th- Literary Devices in “Lamb to the Slaughter”

September 11th- Test over “Lamb to the Slaughter” and The Roundtable Game

English II Plans for the Week of 8/31-9/4

Monday- Set-up our English Interactive Notebooks. Introduce vocabulary for “Lamb to the Slaughter” (discuss context clues, parts of speech, synonyms and antonyms)   Homework: Vocabulary Practice is due Friday.

Tuesday- Plot Analysis (activity in Interactive Notebook). Begin reading “Lamb to the Slaughter” together as a class.

Wednesday- Finish reading “Lamb to the Slaughter” followed by discussion. Work on finding text evidence to support answers to discussion questions.

Thursday-Complete “Plot Analysis” in Interactive Notebooks

Friday- Answer questions on “Lamb to the Slaughter” with partners.

Fun first week!

I had such a great time getting to know my students this week. We did a lot of hands-on, creative activities to express our unique interests and passions. We sculpted, collaborated, drew, colored, worked on iPads, and discussed expectations for this year. I believe we made a great start to the best year ever! If you haven’t followed our class Twitter yet, find us at @simscity153. We will post small glimpses of what we are doing in the classroom each week so that I can brag on my geniuses and you can see how hard they are working!

What are you teaching the world?

English II Lesson Plans for August 24-28, 2015

Getting to know you…

Monday- Symbolic Sculpture and presentations, school supply list and contact information will be sent home. School supplies are due by Monday, August 31st.

Tuesday- Survivor (collaborative activity) and presentations

Wednesday- Thrively.com Student Assessment:  What is your child’s genius?  Every child has a genius – that combination of passion and unique strengths in which they absolutely thrive. It’s Thrively’s mission to uncover that genius in everyone!

Thursday- Brainstorm, design, and create a symbol of who you are using various artistic medium.  “Our class is the best… hands down!”

Friday- (Pep Rally Schedule) What to expect in English II this year? We will learn my class expectations, procedures, and policies. Classroom twitter topic: What went right this week?

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