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36 Wednesday, October 16, 2019 Students will review Oedipus and prepare for tomorrow's assessment. Thurs., 10/17, take Oedipus assessment.
35 Tuesday, October 15, 2019 Students will discuss Act II of Oedipus. Everyone will be assigned a role or responsibility. Wed., 10/16, we will fully discuss and complete reading Oedipus. Thurs., 10/17, take Oedipus assessment.
34 Monday, October 14, 2019 Students will complete reading Act II of Oedipus. Everyone will be assigned a role or responsibility. No AoW or LoW. Complete reading Oedipus. Thurs., 10/17, take Oedipus assessment.
33 Thursday, October 10, 2019 Students will take Vocabulary #2 assessment. Then, continue reading Act II of Oedipus. Everyone will be assigned a role or responsibility. Next week, No AoW or LoW. Complete reading Oedipus. Tues., 10/15, Oedipus assessment.
32 Tuesday, October 8, 2019 Students will continue reading Act II of Oedipus. Everyone will be assigned a role or responsibility. Review for upcoming Vocabulary #2 assessment. No AoW or LoW this week. Continue reading Oedipus. Discuss "Stop the Hate" contest. and Vocabulary #2 assessment on Thurs., 10/10
31 Monday, October 7, 2019 Students will continue reading Oedipus. Everyone will be assigned a role or responsibility. Add new vocabulary slides: "prudent" and "respite." No AoW or LoW this week.Continue reading Oedipus. Vocabulary #2 assessment on Thurs., 10/10.
30 Friday, October 4, 2019 We will discuss the LoW and recent AoW. Students will continue reading Oedipus. Everyone will be assigned a role or responsibility. Continue reading Oedipus. Vocabulary #2 assessment on Thurs., 10/10.
29 Thursday, October 3, 2019 Students will begin reading Oedipus. Discuss sample passage and handout. Everyone will be assigned a role or responsibility. Add new vocabulary words: "respite" and "prudent." Continue reading Oedipus. Oedipus priest annotation sheet due Thurs., 10/3. The LoW, "Coyote" will be due on Fri., 10/4.
28 Wednesday, October 2, 2019 Working with partners, students will take actual comma # 1 assessment. Then, we will begin reading Oedipus. Everyone will be assigned a role or responsibility. Add new vocabulary words: "respite" and "prudent." Continue reading Oedipus in class this week. Oedipus priest annotation sheet due Thurs., 10/3. The LoW, "Coyote" will be due on Fri., 10/4. Oedipus priest annotation
27 Tuesday, October 1, 2019 Students will take "practice" comma # 1 assessment working with assigned partners. Add new vocabulary words: "respite" and "prudent." Students will take actual comma assessment on Wed., 10/2, and begin reading Oedipus. The LoW, "Coyote" will be due on Fri., 10/4. LoW Coyote stole fire
26 Thursday, September 26, 2019 Students will work with assigned partners on the following comma exercises: Oral Practice (1-10) on p. 304 and Ex. 3 (1-10) on p. 305. Next week, analyze and add new vocabulary words: "respite" and "prudent." Students will have a comma assessment on Wed., 10/2, and begin reading Oedipus. The LoW, "Coyote" will be due on Fri., 10/4. LoW Coyote stole fire
25 Wednesday, September 25, 2019 Students will take Vocabulary #1 Assessment. If time permits, they will work with assigned partners on the following comma exercises: Oral Practice (1-10) on p. 304 and Ex. 3 (1-10) on p. 305. On Thurs., 9/26, AoW 3 is due and students will take "Practice" comma assessment.
24 Tuesday, September 24, 2019 Students will work with newly assigned grammar partner on our first sequence of comma rules. We will also review vocabulary terms. Students will take Vocabulary #1 assessment and work on AoW 3 on Wed., 9/25. Practice comma assessment on Thurs., 9/26.
23 Monday, September 23, 2019 Students will begin grammar unit on comma rules. We will also review vocabulary terms. Vocabulary and comma work during class this week. Students will take Vocabulary #1 assessment and work on AoW 3 on Wed., 9/25. Practice comma assessment on Thurs., 9/26. 10-1 Vocabulary Review List
22 Friday, September 20, 2019 Students will take cold reading assessment, turn in vocabulary slides and expository essays. Begin grammar unit on comma rules next week. Vocabulary assessment will be Wed., 9/25. AoW 3 Amazon
21 Thursday, September 19, 2019 Students will work to complete their final drafts which will be due tomorrow. Mrs. O'Janpa will be conferencing with students as needed. Final drafts due in Google Classroom on Fri., 9/20. Cold reading assessment and vocabulary slides due Fri., 9/20. Vocabulary assessment will be Wed., 9/25.
20 Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Students will continue drafting expository essays. Thurs., 9/19 complete rough drafts. Final drafts will be due on Fri., 9/20. Cold reading assessment and vocabulary slides due Fri., 9/20. Vocabulary assessment will be Wed., 9/25.
19 Tuesday, September 17, 2019 Students will continue brainstorming and begin drafting expository essays. Add new vocabulary terms: "indignation" and "lucid." This week, we will work on expository writing. Thurs., 9/19 complete rough drafts. Final drafts will be due on Fri., 9/20. Cold reading assessment and vocabulary slides due Fri., 9/20. Vocabulary assessment will be Wed., 9/25.
18 Monday, September 16, 2019 We will discuss upcoming expository writing prompts. Students will brainstorm and begin drafting. Add new vocabulary terms: "indignation" and "lucid." This week, we will work on expository writing and comma usage in class. Thurs., 9/19 writing drafts will be due. Cold reading assessment and vocabulary slides due Fri., 9/20. Vocabulary assessment will be Wed., 9/25.
17 Friday, September 13, 2019 Students will take assessment for The Apology. We will also discuss upcoming expository writing prompts. No AoW or LoW assignments next week. Read Oedipus in class. Thurs., 9/19 writing drafts will be due. Cold reading test and vocabulary slides due Fri., 9/20. 10-1 Vocabulary Review List
16 Thursday, September 12, 2019 Students will take class portraits in the gym. Then, review practice assessment for The Apology. We will also discuss upcoming expository writing prompts. Fri., 9/13, LoW is due and students will take Apology assessment. Next Thurs., 9/19 writing drafts will be due.
15 Wednesday, September 11, 2019 Students will partake in a practice assessment for The Apology. Wed., 9/11 students complete bell ringer, create vocab. slides for "pernicious" and "mundane," and begin brainstorming/ planning writing prompts. Thurs., 9/12 students will take class portraits, review practice assessments, and continue planning essays. Fri., 9/13, LoW is due and students will take Apology assessment. Next Thurs., 9/19 writing drafts will be due.
14 Tuesday, September 10, 2019 Students will finish reading The Apology; then, work on a practice passage to prepare for the upcoming assessment. Wed., 9/11 students complete bell ringer, create vocab. slides for "pernicious" and "mundane," and begin writing prompts. Thurs., 9/12 students will take class portraits, begin brainstorming, and planning essays. Fri., 9/13, LoW is due and students will take Apology assessment. Next Thurs., 9/19 writing drafts are due.
13 Monday, September 9, 2019 Students will receive LoW, "Echo and Narcissus." and finish reading and discussing The Apology. Tues., 9/10 students will work on Apology practice passage and create vocab. slides for "pernicious" and "mundane." Wed., 9/11 students will take a cold reading bell ringer, and begin writing prompts. Thurs., 9/12 students will take class portraits, begin brainstorming, and planning essays. Fri., 9/13, LoW is due and students will take Apology assessment. Next Thurs., 9/19. writing drafts are due. LoW Echo and Narcissus
12 Friday, September 6, 2019 Students will turn in AoW, "Cell Phone Ban," and take a cold reading assessment. We will review the assessment and discuss this week's article. Mon., 9/9 students will receive LoW, "Echo and Narcissus," and finish reading Apology. Tues., 9/10 students will work on Apology practice passage and create vocab. slides for "pernicious" and "mundane." Wed., 9/11 students will take a cold reading bell ringer, and begin writing prompts. Thurs., 9/12 students will take class portraits, begin brainstorming, and planning essays. Fri., 9/13, LoW is due and students will take Apology assessment. Next Thurs., 9/19. writing drafts are due. LoW Echo and Narcissus
11 Thursday, September 5, 2019 With a partner, students will complete reading and responding to pages 221-228, Plato's Apology. Fri., 9/6, AoW due and quick cold read assessment and review.
10 Wednesday, September 4, 2019 Students will begin reading and responding to pages 221-228, Plato's Apology. Create vocabulary slides: insolent and beguile. Thurs., 9/5, complete reading questions for Apology on pages 221-228 Fri., 9/6, AoW due and quick cold read assessment and review. Plato's Apology
9 Tuesday, September 3, 2019 Students will receive AoW, "Cell Phone Ban" articles. Then, we will discuss and prepare to read Plato's Apology. Create vocabulary slides: insolent and beguile. Wed., 9/4 -Thurs., 9/5, read and respond to Apology on pages 221-228 Fri., 9/6, AoW due and quick cold read assessment and review.
8 Thursday, August 29, 2019 Students will discuss the AoW, "Graying." Tues., 9/3, receive AoW, "Cell Phone Ban," and create vocabulary slides: insolent and beguile. Introduce Plato's Apology. Wed., 9/4 -Thurs., 9/5, read and respond to Apology on pages 221-224. Fri., 9/6, AoW due and quick cold read assessment and review. AoW Cell Phone Ban
7 Wednesday, August 28, 2019 Students will review literary terms. students will be allotted time to annotate and write three paragraphs about the AoW, "Graying." Students need to turn in annotated article and three paragraphs about AoW, "Graying." Prepare to discuss the article with peers.
6 Tuesday, August 27, 2019 Students will review and create vocabulary slides for the terms: gilded and lament. Also, students will be allotted time to annotate and write three paragraphs about the AoW, "Graying." Wed., 8/28, we will review literary terms. AoW, "Graying" due Thurs., 8/29.
5 Monday, August 26, 2019 Students will begin reading AoW, "Graying." We will review annotating and writing about the article. For daily classes, students are expected to have the following materials: chromebooks, loose-leaf binder with filler paper, pen or pencil, and highlighters. Tues., 8/27 and Wed., 8/28, we will review vocabulary and literary terms. AoW, "Graying" due Thurs., 8/29. AoW Graying Annotation Guidelines
4 Friday, August 23, 2019 Students will take part in a gallery walk and follow-up discussion of literary term displays. We will also discuss vocabulary slides. For daily classes, students are expected to have the following materials: chromebook, tablet or laptop, loose-leaf binder with filler paper, pen or pencil, and highlighters.
3 Thursday, August 22, 2019 Students will review the results from their literary pretests and work on constructing assigned literary term models. We will also review how to construct vocabulary slides. For daily classes, students are expected to have the following materials: chromebook, tablet or laptop, loose-leaf binder with filler paper, pen or pencil, and highlighters.
2 Wednesday, August 21, 2019 Students will go to the library to obtain their chromebooks. Then, students will take a pretest on literary terminology. For daily classes, students are expected to have the following materials: chromebook, tablet or laptop, loose-leaf binder with filler paper, pen or pencil, and highlighters.
1 Tuesday, August 20, 2019 After introductions and ice-breakers, students will share a short, one-two paragraph informal essay about their summer vacation or a book they chose to read. For daily classes, each student is expected to have the following materials: chromebook, loose-leaf binder with filler paper, pen or pencil, and highlighters. We will begin discussing literary terms on Wed., 8/21. 10-1 Overview
0 Friday, August 9, 2019 Students who wish to get a head start may take the time to prepare a short, one-two paragraph informal essay about their summer vacation or a book they chose to read. For the first day of class, each student is expected to have the following materials: chromebook, loose-leaf binder with filler paper, pen or pencil, and highlighters. We will begin discussing literary terms on Wed., 8/21. 10-1 Vocabulary and Literary Terms