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Assignments for November 2017

 

Date Class Work Homework Due Today

Week 10

Mon

10/30

Vocabulary 5a Deno/Conno
  • Chapter 17-24 (Conclusion) by 11/02

  • Answer the questions in the The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF)as you move through the work.  Make sure you review the rubric in the packet and make sure you:

    • Respond to the questions as you would for a formal, ethos/logos focused essay

    • Provide evidence and cite it (MLA)

    • Follow all protocols for grammar for  responding to a literary work.

  • Answer questions in the Unit 2 (Colonial Period) Homework Packet (pdf version) as we move through the work.

 

Tues

10/31

Journal 5a

The Puritans were obsessed with success because it meant salvation.  How do Americans define success today?  How do we define failure?

 

Ben Franklin Bio

Secularization of Puritan Work Ethic

 

READ: "Moral Perfection" from The Autobiographyby Benjamin Franklin (textbook pg. 130-134)

READ: Aphorisms from Poor Richard's Almanac

(textbook pg. 134)

  • Chapter 17-24 (Conclusion) by 11/02

  • Answer the questions in the The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF)as you move through the work.  Make sure you review the rubric in the packet and make sure you:

    • Respond to the questions as you would for a formal, ethos/logos focused essay

    • Provide evidence and cite it (MLA)

    • Follow all protocols for grammar for  responding to a literary work.

  • Answer questions in the Unit 2 (Colonial Period) Homework Packet (pdf version) as we move through the work.

 

Weds

11/01

Teacher In-Service

No Students

  • Chapter 17-24 (Conclusion) by 11/02

  • Answer the questions in the The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF)as you move through the work.  Make sure you review the rubric in the packet and make sure you:

    • Respond to the questions as you would for a formal, ethos/logos focused essay

    • Provide evidence and cite it (MLA)

    • Follow all protocols for grammar for  responding to a literary work.

  • Answer questions in the Unit 2 (Colonial Period) Homework Packet (pdf version) as we move through the work.

 

Thurs

11/02

"The Declaration of Independence" by Thomas Jefferson (textbook pg. 138)
  • Chapter 17-24 (Conclusion) by 11/02

  • Answer the questions in the The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF)as you move through the work.  Make sure you review the rubric in the packet and make sure you:

    • Respond to the questions as you would for a formal, ethos/logos focused essay

    • Provide evidence and cite it (MLA)

    • Follow all protocols for grammar for  responding to a literary work.

  • Answer questions in the Unit 2 (Colonial Period) Homework Packet (pdf version) as we move through the work.

 

Fri

11/03

Vocab 5a Quiz

"The Declaration of Independence" by Thomas Jefferson (textbook pg. 138)

  • Chapter 17-24 (Conclusion) by 11/02

  • Answer the questions in the The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF)as you move through the work.  Make sure you review the rubric in the packet and make sure you:

    • Respond to the questions as you would for a formal, ethos/logos focused essay

    • Provide evidence and cite it (MLA)

    • Follow all protocols for grammar for  responding to a literary work.

  • Answer questions in the Unit 2 (Colonial Period) Homework Packet (pdf version) as we move through the work.

 

Week 11

Mon

11/06

Grappling with the new national identity:

Reflect: WHAT is the effect of the Declaration upon its audience?

An Omission from the Declaration (pkt. 28)

"Was the Sage a Hypocrite" (pkt 29)

Vocab Midterm:

  • Chapter 17-24 (Conclusion) by 11/02

  • Answer the questions in the The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF)as you move through the work.  Make sure you review the rubric in the packet and make sure you:

    • Respond to the questions as you would for a formal, ethos/logos focused essay

    • Provide evidence and cite it (MLA)

    • Follow all protocols for grammar for  responding to a literary work.

  • Answer questions in the Unit 2 (Colonial Period) Homework Packet (pdf version) as we move through the work.

  • Study for Vocabulary Midterm on Thursday 11/09. (See Quizlet)

 

Tues

11/07

Journal 6a

To what extent do you believe all Americans are, in fact, created equal?

 

Voices of The Other:

"Remarks Concerning the Savages of North America" (1784) by Ben Franklin (pkt. 24)

 

READ: "Letters from John and Abigail Adams" (pkt. 31)

Phillis Wheatley's letter to Reverend Samson Occum (pkt. 32)

  • Chapter 17-24 (Conclusion) by 11/02

  • Answer the questions in the The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF)as you move through the work.  Make sure you review the rubric in the packet and make sure you:

    • Respond to the questions as you would for a formal, ethos/logos focused essay

    • Provide evidence and cite it (MLA)

    • Follow all protocols for grammar for  responding to a literary work.

  • Answer questions in the Unit 2 (Colonial Period) Homework Packet (pdf version) as we move through the work.

  • Study for Vocabulary Midterm on Thursday 11/09. (See Quizlet)

 

Weds

11/08

Journal 7a

What characteristics do we associate with denizens of the following cities: NY, NY; Mobile, Alabama; Des Moines, Iowa; Newport, Beach, CA?  On what factors do we base our perceptions? (what elements define these people both physically/mentally, socially, culturally, financially)

 

READ: "What is an American?" by Hector St. John de Creveceour (textbook pg. 143) 

  • Chapter 17-24 (Conclusion) by 11/02

  • Answer the questions in the The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF)as you move through the work.  Make sure you review the rubric in the packet and make sure you:

    • Respond to the questions as you would for a formal, ethos/logos focused essay

    • Provide evidence and cite it (MLA)

    • Follow all protocols for grammar for  responding to a literary work.

  • Answer questions in the Unit 2 (Colonial Period) Homework Packet (pdf version) as we move through the work.

  • Study for Vocabulary Midterm TOMORROW 11/09. (See Quizlet)

 

Thurs

11/09

 

Semester 1 Vocabulary Midterm

READ: "What is an American?" by Hector St. John de Creveceour (textbook pg. 143)

  • Chapter 17-24 (Conclusion) by 11/02

  • Answer the questions in the The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF)as you move through the work.  Make sure you review the rubric in the packet and make sure you:

    • Respond to the questions as you would for a formal, ethos/logos focused essay

    • Provide evidence and cite it (MLA)

    • Follow all protocols for grammar for  responding to a literary work.

  • Answer questions in the Unit 2 (Colonial Period) Homework Packet (pdf version) as we move through the work.

 

Fri

11/10

Veteran's Day

No Students

   

Week 12

Mon

11/13

Minimum Day

Vocab 6a Deno/Conno

  • Colonial Packet due Thursday 11/16. No late work and no redemption.  You must submit the packet whether or not you come to school.

  • Study for Native Amer/Puritan/Colonial Unit Test (See Writing Packet and Strategies for Unit Tests starting on page 15).

  • Please read on you own Dekanawidah - From the Iroquois Constitution (p. 104 Textbook).  It will be covered in the Unit Test.

  • You can skip "Of Plymouth Plantation" and the questions on the work in the Homework Packet.

 

Tues

11/14

Writer's Workshop
  • Colonial Packet due Thursday 11/16. No late work and no redemption.  You must submit the packet whether or not you come to school.

  • Study for Native Amer/Puritan/Colonial Unit Test (See Writing Packet and Strategies for Unit Tests starting on page 15).

  • Please read on you own Dekanawidah - From the Iroquois Constitution (p. 104 Textbook).  It will be covered in the Unit Test.

  • You can skip "Of Plymouth Plantation" and the questions on the work in the Homework Packet.

 

Weds

11/15

Writer's Workshop
  • Colonial Packet due tomorrow.  No late work and no redemption.  You must submit the packet whether or not you come to school.

  • Study for Native Amer/Puritan/Colonial Unit Test (See Writing Packet and Strategies for Unit Tests starting on page 15)

  • Please read on you own Dekanawidah - From the Iroquois Constitution (p. 104 Textbook).  It will be covered in the Unit Test.

  • You can skip "Of Plymouth Plantation" and the questions on the work in the Homework Packet.

 

Thurs

11/16

Native Amer/Puritan/Colonial Unit Test Colonial Packet

Fri

11/17

Vocab 6a Quiz
  • Have an amazing break my little English muffins
 

Thanksgiving Holiday

November 20 - 24

Week 13

Mon

11/27

Ms. G out - work on The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet

  • Revisit questions in The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF) as we move through the work.  Note any patterns in your annotations/reading patterns as revealed by your new understandings from class discussion.

  • Print or save to Notability
    • The Scarlet Letter Reading Packet Word or PDF

 

Tues

11/28

Ms. G out - work on The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet

  • Revisit questions in The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF) as we move through the work.  Note any patterns in your annotations/reading patterns as revealed by your new understandings from class discussion.

  • Print or save to Notability
    • The Scarlet Letter Reading Packet Word or PDF

 

Wed

11/29

Vocab 7a Deno/Conno.

 

Journal 8a

Do you believe mankind is basically "good" or is mankind more prone to evil?  You must commit to one or the other choice.  Make sure you support your opinion with at least two examples from history.

 

  • Revisit questions in The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF) as we move through the work.  Note any patterns in your annotations/reading patterns as revealed by your new understandings from class discussion.

  • Print or save to Notability
    • The Scarlet Letter Reading Packet Word or PDF
 

 

Thurs

11/30

Introduce Essential Questions and Unit Objectives

The importance of exposition - read Chapter 1

 

The Scarlet Letter

Exposition - setting context for the work to unfold:

"The Prison Door": Mood and tone.

How does the author create this mood.

 

Thesis

Evidence

Analysis

  • Study for Vocabulary 7a Quiz (See Quizlet)

  • Revisit questions in The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF) as we move through the work.  Note any patterns in your annotations/reading patterns as revealed by your new understandings from class discussion.

  • Print or save to Notability
    • The Scarlet Letter Reading Packet Word or PDF

 

Fri

12/01

Vocab 7a Quiz

 

The Scarlet Letter

The Biggest Sinner Group Activity Present

 

Unit-T

Thesis Claim

Cite Evidence

Mean/Matter with rhetoric.

  • Revisit questions in The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF) as we move through the work.  Note any patterns in your annotations/reading patterns as revealed by your new understandings from class discussion.

  • Print or save to Notability
    • The Scarlet Letter Reading Packet Word or PDF

 

Week 14
 

The Biggest Sinner preparation

Present Uni-T

Thesis

TLQ

SMM (with rhet)

  • Revisit questions in The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF) as we move through the work.  Note any patterns in your annotations/reading patterns as revealed by your new understandings from class discussion.

  • Print or save to Notability
    • The Scarlet Letter Reading Packet Word or PDF

 

  The Biggest Sinner Presentation and final appeals
  • Revisit questions in The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF) as we move through the work.  Note any patterns in your annotations/reading patterns as revealed by your new understandings from class discussion.

  • Print or save to Notability
    • The Scarlet Letter Reading Packet Word or PDF

 

 

 

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