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Date

Classwork

Homework

Due Today

Submit assignments in Schoology unless noted.

Week 11

Mon

11/01

In service day for teachers

No students

  • Start you study for our Fall Semester Vocab Midterm.  It is scheduled for Monday, 11/08 (See Quizlet)

  • Follow The Scarlet Letter Reading Schedule listed below.  Make sure you follow Reading Strategies for English Students

    • Chapter 17-24 by 11/8

  • Please print The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF).  Answer the questions in the packet 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.

  • CiTR essay rewrite due tonight by 11:59 PM.  Please upload into Schoology AND bring a hard copy to class tomorrow.  I will read this version

  • Study for Semester 1 Vocabulary Midterm (See Quizlet)

CiTR essay rewrite due tonight by 11:59 PM.  Please upload into Schoology AND bring a hard copy to class tomorrow.  I will read this version

Tues

11/02

Practice CAASP test: bring charged iPads.  This will likely take the whole period.

Part 1

When you are done, study for Semester 1, Vocab Midterm. (See Quizlet)

  • Start you study for our Fall Semester Vocab Midterm.  It is scheduled for Monday, 11/08 (See Quizlet)

  • Follow The Scarlet Letter Reading Schedule listed below.  Make sure you follow Reading Strategies for English Students

    • Chapter 17-24 by 11/8

  • Please print The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF).  Answer the questions in the packet 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.

  • Study for Semester 1 Vocabulary Midterm (See Quizlet)

Hard copy of CiTR essay rdue at start of class.

Weds

11/03

Practice CAASP test: bring charged iPads.  This will likely take the whole period.

Part 2

When you are done, study for Semester 1, Vocab Midterm. (See Quizlet)  

  • Start you study for our Fall Semester Vocab Midterm.  It is scheduled for Monday, 11/08 (See Quizlet)

  • Follow The Scarlet Letter Reading Schedule listed below.  Make sure you follow Reading Strategies for English Students

    • Chapter 17-24 by 11/8

  • Please print The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF).  Answer the questions in the packet 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.

 

Thurs

11/04

ESHS Open House

Active annotated review of the Reader's Response.

 

Review for midterm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Start you study for our Fall Semester Vocab Midterm.  It is scheduled for Monday, 11/08 (See Quizlet)

  • Follow The Scarlet Letter Reading Schedule listed below.  Make sure you follow Reading Strategies for English Students

    • Chapter 17-24 by 11/8

  • Please print The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF).  Answer the questions in the packet 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.

  • Study for Semester 1 Vocabulary Midterm (See Quizlet)

 

Fri

11/05

Vocabulary Midterm

 

  • Start you study for our Fall Semester Vocab Midterm.  It is scheduled for Monday, 11/08 (See Quizlet)

  • Follow The Scarlet Letter Reading Schedule listed below.  Make sure you follow Reading Strategies for English Students

    • Chapter 17-24 by 11/8

  • Please print The Scarlet Letter Homework Packet (Word) or (PDF).  Answer the questions in the packet 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.

 
Week 12

Mon

11/8

Journal 3a

When do you believe American history began?  What was the pivotal event, who were the key personalities?  Why did you select this example?  Justify your selection.

 

First encounter narratives and beginning of American identity

Beginnings ppt.

 

Chapter 17-24 by 11/8

Tues

11/9

READ: "The World on the Turtle's Back" (Reading Packet  pg. 6)

Identify the "What"

Dig for the "How

 

 

 

 

Weds

11/10

The Native American world view

"Song of the Sky Loom"

Prayer

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

  • Make sure you bring to class each day, the Unit 2 (Colonial Period) Reading Packet  (pdf version)

  • Answer the following query using the Reader's Response form.

    • What ONE tenet of  the Native American belief system is most at work in this myth? 

    • Review your feedback and focus area from past Reader's Responses.

    • Range: "The World on the Turtle's Back" the entire work.

    • Your answer should be a full sentence.

    • In each section (summary, questions, quote, notes) make sure you highlight (literally) exactly where your answer lies in the explanation.  In other words, show me that you are completing Job 2: Arguing the Prompt.

    • Make sure you review all instructions in the handout before you begin.  Make sure to follow all protocols for content, form, grammar, and MLA.    Due in Schoology on Monday 11/15 by 11:59 PM.

 

Thurs

11/11

Veterans Day

No Students

 

Fri

11/12

Journal 4a

How does one’s attitude toward God affect one’s behavior?  Is faith synonymous (equal) with morality?  Why or why not?

 

Genesis I: The Creation of the Universe

Genesis 2: The Creation of Man and Woman (page 13 in Reading Packet)   

 

Success of Assimilation: "Evolution" by

Sherman Alexie's "Evolution

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

  • Make sure you bring to class each day, the Unit 2 (Colonial Period) Reading Packet  (pdf version)

  • Answer the following query using the Reader's Response form.

    • What ONE tenet of  the Native American belief system is most at work in this myth? 

    • Review your feedback and focus area from past Reader's Responses.

    • Range: "The World on the Turtle's Back" the entire work.

    • Your answer should be a full sentence.

    • In each section (summary, questions, quote, notes) make sure you highlight (literally) exactly where your answer lies in the explanation.  In other words, show me that you are completing Job 2: Arguing the Prompt.

    • Make sure you review all instructions in the handout before you begin.  Make sure to follow all protocols for content, form, grammar, and MLA.    Due in Schoology on Monday 11/15 by 11:59 PM.

 

Week 13

Mon

11/15

Vocab 6a Deno/Conno

READ: "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" by Jonathan Edwards (textbook pg. 128)

Begin Glossary of Poetic Devices and Rhetorical Forms.

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

  • Make sure you bring to class each day, the Unit 2 (Colonial Period) Reading Packet  (pdf version)

  • Answer the following query using the Reader's Response form.

    • What ONE tenet of  the Native American belief system is most at work in this myth? 

    • Review your feedback and focus area from past Reader's Responses.

    • Range: "The World on the Turtle's Back" the entire work.

    • Your answer should be a full sentence.

    • In each section (summary, questions, quote, notes) make sure you highlight (literally) exactly where your answer lies in the explanation.  In other words, show me that you are completing Job 2: Arguing the Prompt.

    • Make sure you review all instructions in the handout before you begin.  Make sure to follow all protocols for content, form, grammar, and MLA.    Due in Schoology TONIGHT by 11:59 PM.

Answer the following query using the Reader's Response form. What ONE tenet of  the Native American belief system is most at work in this myth?   Due in Schoology TONIGHT by 11:59 PM.

 

Tues

11/16

The Puritan Tradition

READ: George W. Bush's 911 Speech (packet pg. 19)

Jerry Falwell's 911 Speech (packet pg. 20)

 

Weds

11/17

Journal 5a

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

 

Thurs

11/18

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)

   

Fri

11/19

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)

   

Thanksgiving Holiday

November 22-26

Week 14

Mon

11/29

Journal 6a

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)

 

 

Tues

11/30

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

 

 

Weds

12/01

Thesis work:

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

 

 

Thurs

12/02

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

 

 

Fri

12/03

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)