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Course Description

  • In English 3, students travel through Americaís literary periods by reading Holt's Elements of Literature, Fifth Course. The journey begins with Native American literature and ends with todayís literature. 

  • Students improve their understanding of complex reading material through discussions, comprehension questions, and MLA research/technology presentations.

  • Writing skills are improved through essay, research paper writing, revision and grammar study. 

  • ACT and SAT vocabulary is studied with an emphasis on roots, prefixes, and suffixes. Essential learning targets are based on college readiness standards.

  • To print out the course syllabus, please click here.

  • Each lesson takes approximately 50 minutes to complete. Some students may need to finish assignments for homework. Extra credit may be earned by completing college entrance test practice work.

Click on the name of the college test to practice: PSAT, ACT

Unit 1 - Encounters and Foundations to 1800

Essential Question = What does nature teach humans about their role in the universe?

Lesson

Number

 

Learning Targets

 

Assignments

Homework, Help, and Extra Credit

1.1

  1. Know and apply vocabulary and literary terminology

  1. Course Introduction

  2. Unit Diagnostic Test

 

YOU MUST MAKE UP ALL WORK RESULTING FROM EXCUSED OR UNEXCUSED ABSENCES!!!

1.2

  1. Know and apply vocabulary and literary terminology

  2. Analyze textís historical/ cultural importance

  1. Collection 1 Introduction Test

  2. Collection 1 Video

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1.3

  1. Know and apply vocabulary and literary terminology

  2. Analyze textís historical/ cultural importance

  1. Complete Collection 1 Introduction Test

 

 

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1.4
  1. Use reading strategies

  2. Know and apply symbolism, figurative language, and literary terminology

  3. Analyze poetry that represents differing points of view and diverse backgrounds by recognizing and interpreting symbolism, figurative language, and literary elements

  4. Use figurative language, imagery, and/or striking language

  1. SQ3R

  2. How to Read and Understand a Poem

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1.5
  1. Know and apply symbolism, figurative language, and literary terminology

  2. Analyze poetry that represents differing points of view and diverse backgrounds by recognizing and interpreting symbolism, figurative language, and literary elements

  1. Sample Native American Poem
  2. Sample Explication
  3. Become a Native American and Write Your Own Poem = Poem Rubric
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1.6
  1. Know and apply symbolism, figurative language, and literary terminology

  2. Analyze poetry that represents differing points of view and diverse backgrounds by recognizing and interpreting symbolism, figurative language, and literary elements

  3. Identify and apply standard conventions of spelling, grammar, and punctuation

  1. Present and Grade Original Poems

  2. Adverb or Adjective Notes

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1.7

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of spelling, grammar, and punctuation

  1. More Adverb or Adjective Notes

  2. Adverb or Adjective Quiz

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1.8

  1. Know and apply vocabulary

  1. Spelling and Vocabulary 1 - "Coyote" + SAT

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1.9.

 

  1. Know and apply symbolism, figurative language, and literary terminology

  2. Determine meaning, even when the language is  figurative and the vocabulary is difficult

  3. Analyze textís historical/ cultural importance

  1. Coyote and Archetypes (p. 21, pp. 25-26

  2. Spelling and Vocabulary Quiz 1 (Paper)

  3. Online Interactive Vocabulary Quiz 1

  4. Write Explication Meeting Requirements

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1.10

 

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of spelling, grammar, and punctuation
  1. Complete Explication Meeting Requirements

  2. S/V Agreement Practice

Subject - Verb Agreement PowerPoint 

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1.11

 

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of spelling, grammar, and punctuation
  1. Complete S/V Agreement Practice
 
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1.12

 

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of spelling, grammar, and punctuation

  2. Analyze textís historical/ cultural importance

  1. Check S/V Agreement
  2. Puritan Video (Online p. 28)
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 1.13

 

  1. Know and apply vocabulary
  1. Spelling and Vocabulary 2 "Burning" + SAT Practice
  2. "Burning" Vocabulary Online Quiz

 

 

Extra Credit -PSAT Reading and PSAT - Sentence Completions

1.14

 

  1. Know and apply vocabulary

  2. Determine meaning, even when the language is  figurative and the vocabulary is difficult

  3. Evaluate main ideas/purposes

  1. Spelling and Vocabulary Quiz 2

  2. "Burning" Vocabulary Online Quiz

  3. Complete Puritan Video (Online p. 28)

  4. Introduction to Bradstreet's "Burning" pp. 27-28

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1.15

 

  1. Determine meaning, even when the language is  figurative and the vocabulary is difficult

  2.  Evaluate main ideas/purposes

  3. Identify and apply standard conventions of spelling, grammar, and punctuation

  1. Bradstreet pp. 29-30 Questions 1-5 and 7

  2. Open Notes Grammar Test 1(Adjective or Adverb & Agreement)

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1.16

 

  1. Know and apply vocabulary

  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of spelling, grammar, and punctuation

  1. Complete Grammar Test 1

  2. Vocabulary 3 - "Sinners"

  3. "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" Vocabulary and Spelling Online Quiz

 

 

Pronoun/Antecedent Agreement

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1.17

 

  1.  Identify and apply standard conventions of spelling, grammar, and punctuation
  2. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  3. Recognize or create compelling and engaging writing
  4. Analyze modes of persuasion

  5. Evaluate main ideas/purposes/persuasive mode
  6. Identify and apply standard conventions of spelling, grammar, and punctuation

 

  1. Spelling and Vocabulary 4 - Patrick Henry

  2. Patrick Henry's Speech, p. 80, 81-86

 

Extra Credit- PSAT Practice - English Errors

Patrick Henry's Speech (audio)

Patrick Henry's Speech (text)

 

1.18

 

  1. Unit 1 Test (includes Spelling and Vocabulary Quiz 3 and Spelling and Vocabulary Quiz 4

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Unit 2 - The Crucible (Note: This is the only unit that is not in chronological order. The play is a work from the Contemporary Period of literature. It is about the Puritans, not written by a Puritan. The unit is out of historical order in order to distribute long projects throughout the school year.)

 

Essential Question = How do human interactions limit humanity's role in the universe?

Lesson

Number

Learning Targets

Assignments

Homework, Help, and Extra Credit

2.1

 

  1. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  1. Unit 2 Project Requirements Notes

  2. Crucible Frame

  3. MLA Style Guide (Hacker)

  4. Englewood Schools Research Paper Rubric

WARNING!

Absences will create a lot of homework to catch up on researching and writing your paper.

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2.2

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas

 

 

 

  1. The Salem Trials - Multimedia Time Travel Experience

  2. Easy Reading Crucible Learning Pack

Online Dictionary

What is a crucible?

Crucible Illustrated Chapter Summaries

Crucible Chapter Summaries and Analysis from SparkNotes

Extra Credit=

PSAT -Sentence Improvement

and PSAT - Paragraph Improvement

 

SAMPLE CRUCIBLE FRAMED RESEARCH PAPER (Old MLA Style)

The Real Abigail Williams

Salem Witch Trials Transcripts

Crucible McCarthyism

Crucible Miller's Life

Crucible Miller and McCarthyism

Crucible Miller and Fear

Crucible Emotions and McCarthy

Summary of The Crucible

Research Sites on The Crucible

Crucible Symbol and Witch Hunts

The Crucible Web Quest

More Crucible Sites

Crucible Hysteria

Crucible History of Witchcraft

 Crucible More History of Witchcraft

2.3
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  1. Review Multimedia Experience

  2. Create Citations and Works-Cited Entries (From Unit 2 Project Notes and Easy Reading)

  3. 2009 MLA Guidelines

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2.4

 

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of spelling, grammar, and punctuation
  
  1. Spelling and Vocabulary 5 -The Crucible/ACT

  2. Irregular Verbs List

  3. Irregular Verbs Quiz

  4. The Crucible - Pp. 8-9

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2.5

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Spelling and Vocabulary 5 -The Crucible ACT 1 Quiz

  2. How to Create Note Cards

  3. Begin Reading and Note-taking - What is a crucible? and Easy Reading Crucible Learning Pack

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2.6

 

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
 
  1. Continue Reading and Note-taking - What is a crucible? and Easy Reading Crucible Learning Pack

Extra Credit =

Crucible Act I Questions

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2.7.

 

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Troublesome Verbs

  2. Verb Tenses

  3. Verb Tense Consistency

  4. Verb Tense Consistency Quizzes

  5. Evidence Table - Easy Reading Crucible Learning Pack

Extra Credit - Act II  Questions

 

2.8

 

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Evidence Table - Easy Reading Crucible Learning Pack

 

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2.9.

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Evidence Table - from The Crucible - Act 1

  2. Spelling and Vocabulary 6 - The Crucible Act 2

  3. Active v. Passive Verbs

  4. Active/Passive Verb Quiz

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2.10

 

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  2. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Spelling and Vocabulary 6 - The Crucible Act 2 Quiz

  2. Evidence Table - from The Crucible - Act 1

  3. Pronouns and Cases

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2.11

 

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  2. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts

  1. Pronoun Case Quiz

  2. Evidence Table - Act 1

Extra Credit - Act III Questions

Crucible Illustrated Chapter Summaries

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2.12.

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Evidence Tables - Acts 1 & 2

 

 

 

More Pronoun Case Practice

Crucible Illustrated Chapter Summaries

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2.13

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Evidence Table - Act 2

 

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2.14

 

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  2. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Pronoun and Antecedent Agreement

  2. Pronoun and Antecedent Agreement Quiz

  3. Evidence Table - Act 2

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2.15

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Evidence Table - Act 2

Crucible Illustrated Chapter Summaries

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2.16

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Evidence Table - Act 2

  2. Key Scenes Acting

 

 

Extra Credit -Act IV Questions

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2.17
  1. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  1. Evidence Table - Movie

 

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PSAT Practice

2.18
  1. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  1. Evidence Table - Movie

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2.19
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  2. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  1. Pronouns Review

  2. Evidence Table - Movie

 

PSAT Practice

Reflexive, Intensive, & Possessive Pronouns

2.20
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  2. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  1. Evidence Table - Movie
  2. The Crucible, Act 3 Evidence Table

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2.21.

 

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. PSAT Practice

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2.22

 

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Identifying Sentence Errors
  2. Improving Sentences
  3. Improving Paragraphs
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2.23

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. PSAT Reading and PSAT - Sentence Completions
  2. Spelling and Vocabulary 7
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2.24

 

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  2. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Catch-up Day (Turn in any late work. Get help.

  2. Students turn in Act 2 Evidence Table.

 

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2.25

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Spelling and Vocabulary 7 Quiz

  2. The Crucible, Act 3 Evidence Table

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2.26

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. The Crucible, Act 3 Evidence Table

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2.27

 

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
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2.28

 

 

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  2. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Spelling and Vocabulary 8 Quiz

  2. The Crucible, Act 4 Evidence Table

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2.29

 

  1. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Use technology to create finished products
  1. Review Research Paper Requirements: Unit 2 Project Requirements, Crucible Frame, MLA Style Guide (Hacker), 2009 MLA Guidelines, Sample Works Cited Page and Englewood Schools Research Paper Rubric

  2. Create Outline

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2.30

 

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Modifiers Practice

  2. Reflexive, Intensive, & Possessive Pronouns
  3. Comparatives and Superlatives

  4. Italics Rules, Video, and Practice 

  5. Grammar Practice Test 2

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2.31

 

 

  1. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Use technology to create finished products
  1. Review Research Paper Requirements: Unit 2 Project Requirements, Crucible Frame, MLA Style Guide (Hacker), 2009 MLA Guidelines, Sample Works Cited Page and Englewood Schools Research Paper Rubric

  2. Continue Outline

 

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2.32

 

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Grammar Test 2

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2.33
  1. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Use technology to create finished products
  1. Review Research Paper Requirements: Unit 2 Project Requirements, Crucible Frame, MLA Style Guide (Hacker), 2009 MLA Guidelines, Sample Works Cited Page and Englewood Schools Research Paper Rubric

  2. Complete Outline

  3. MLA Quick Start Video

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Unit 3 - Collection 2 - American Romanticism 1800-1860

Essential Question = Which adds the most to humanity's role in the universe: the power of the individual or the power of society?

 3.1

10/30

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Literary Periods Review and Collection 2 Holt Reader Introduction Questions

  2. Literature Review Handout

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3.2

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  2. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1.  Complete Literary Periods Review and Collection 2 Holt Reader Introduction Questions

  2. Literature Review Handout

Extra Credit

"The Devil and Tom Walker" Vocabulary Sentences (42 Points)

"The Devil and Tom Walker" Questions (Pages 174-186, 200 Points)

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3.3

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Grade Review and Romantics Questions

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3.4

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Verbals Notes, Arranging Verbals, and Practice

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3.5
  1. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Use technology to create finished products
  1. Finish Outline; Begin Typing Paper - Create Header and Introduction

  2. Type Body Paragraphs

 

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3.6

 

  1. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Use technology to create finished products
  1. Continue Typing Paper

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3.7
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. "Thanatopsis" - Pages 189-193

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3.8

 

 

  1. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Use technology to create finished products
  1. Create your paper using your outline,  Crucible Frame, and sources to meet the Unit 2 Project Requirements

  2. Use the following tools to format your paper and create parenthetical citations and works-cited entries: Create Header and Introduction, Sample Works-Cited Page, MLA Style Guide (Hacker), 2009 MLA Guidelines, Create Hanging Indents

  3. You may use the following sources to extend your paper to the minimum required three body pages: What is a crucible? and

    Crucible Illustrated Chapter Summaries

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3.9

 

  1. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Use technology to create finished products
  1. Continue Working on Paper

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3.10
  1. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Use technology to create finished products
  4. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  5. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  6. Create compelling and engaging writing
  1. Revise and Edit Paper (using links on 11/10 and the Englewood Schools Research Paper Rubric)

  2. Submit Paper (Use orange Turnitin.com button at the top of this page.

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3.11

 

  1. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Use technology to create finished products
  4. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  5. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  6. Create compelling and engaging writing
  1. Revise and Edit Paper (using links on 11/10 and the Englewood Schools Research Paper Rubric)

  2. Submit Paper (Use orange Turnitin.com button at the top of this page.

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3.12
  1. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Use technology to create finished products
  1. Research Paper Corrections Checklist

  2. Sample Research Paper

  3. Works Cited (Easy Drop-Down Boxes)

  4. Works Cited - Easy Bib

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3.13
  1. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Use technology to create finished products
  1. Revise, Edit, and Submit Paper/Peer Tutor

  2. Research Paper Corrections Checklist

  3. Sample Research Paper

  4. Works Cited (Easy Drop-Down Boxes)

  5. Works Cited - Easy Bib

  6. Info. for Movie Citation

  7. Submit Paper (Use orange Turnitin.com button at the top of this page.

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3.14

 

 

  1. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Use technology to create finished products
  1. Due Date! Last Day to Revise, Edit, and Submit Paper/Peer Tutor

  2. Research Paper Corrections Checklist

  3. Sample Research Paper

  4. Works Cited (Easy Drop-Down Boxes)

  5. Works Cited - Easy Bib

  6. Info. for Movie Citation

  7. Submit Paper (Use orange Turnitin.com button at the top of this page.

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3.15

 

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Create compelling and engaging writing
  1. Infinitives, Phrases, and Phrases versus Clauses

  2. Longfellow - Pages 194-198; Questions Page 201

 

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3.16
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Review Infinitives, Phrases, and Clauses

  2. Invisible Eyeball Discussion

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3.17.

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Emerson Vocabulary 212

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3.18

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. From Nature and Self-Reliance 205-212

  2. Activities 211 (My HRW); Smithsonian and Emerson

Help - Conquering the Comma (Help with Clauses)

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3.19

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Thoreau

  2. From Walden

Extra Credit -"The Minister's Black Veil"

3.20 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. From Walden

 

 

3.21 

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  2. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Adjective Clauses and Practice 

 

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3.22 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Nathaniel Hawthorne - p. 249-250

  2. "Dr. Heidegger's Experiment"

 

 

 

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3.23 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Complete "Dr. Heidegger"

 

 

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3.24
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts

 

  1. Poe Biography Video

 

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3.25
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts

 

  1. "The Raven" Simpsons Cartoon

  2. Annotated Poe

  3. "The Raven" Poetic Devices

  4. Review Adjective Clauses and Noun Clauses and Practice

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3.26
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts

 

  1. Moby Dick, Read - P. 328, Page 335 1-6

 

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3.27
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation

 

  1. Grammar Review for Final: Adverb and Elliptical Clauses, and Adverb Clause Practice as well as Elliptical Clauses Practice

 

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3.28
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Practice Final - Type in your Holt log-in information. Click on "View Assignments." Then click on "Begin Test." Remember this one is just for practice.

 

Homework - Study for Final Exam!
3.29
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation

Holt Final

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 Unit 4 - Collection 3 - American Masters Whitman and DickinsonClick to see an enlarged picture

Essential Question = How does an individual's voice (impact on society) last?

4.1

  1. Use technology to create finished products
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Room 110 - Log in to EHS Google sites by right-clicking and opening a new tab here. Email me if you are absent and want your log in info. to work at home by clicking here. After you log in, click on "My sites." Then click on "Create new site." Name the site with your first name, last name, and the period you have English 3 - Example: Mike Smith P1. Create your site. Then click on "More actions" and click on " Share Site." Be sure to select "view" in the drop-down box to get "Anyone at Englewood Schools may view this site." Be sure that any work you do on your site includes text, images, and sound files which are school appropriate.

  2. Preview what your Web site should look like by clicking here. Create your own avatar by going to DoppelMe.com. Do not register. Just right-click and copy your finished product and paste it onto your home page with welcoming text. If you bring me a parent permission note, you may click here at home to create a more advanced avatar.  You may also create a more sophisticated avatar at tektek.org without registering. Email me questions or ask me directly if you are in class.

  3. Create a grammar page and explain the differences between phrases and clauses. See a sample of how to set up your page here. Use graphics. Give definitions and examples. If time allows, give a definition and examples of subordinate clauses. Underline or change the color of each subordinating conjunction.

Important: Save your work often. Finish one page at a time before moving on.

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Help with Understanding Clauses

 

 

4.2
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Use technology to create finished products
  1. Log in to my.hrw.com. Go to your Online Textbook, Find, and Collection 3.

  2. Read 356-366; Update your Google Web site with answers to the questions on page 366.

 
4.3
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Use technology to create finished products
  1. Complete any unfinished work.

  2. Revise, edit, and add graphics to enhance your site.

  3. Provide URLs for graphics and text.

  4. Check rubric to be sure you will earn a passing grade.

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4.4
  1. Use results from PSAT to make decisions about college and to prepare for the ACT
  1. PSAT Results and Counseling

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4.5
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1.  Review pages 1400, 1404, 1406, 1409, 1411, and 1412 and complete Sentence Structure Worksheet 1.

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4.6
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts

 

  1. Grade/Review Sentence Structure Worksheet

  2. Whitman Biography Video Questions

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4.7
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Sentence Structure and Commas - Tinkertoy Sentence Building

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4.8
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts

 

  1. Whitman p. 361-374 Discussion

 

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4.9
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. I Heard a Fly Buzz When I Died Video

  2. PSAT Example

  3. Sentence Construction

 

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4.10
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Dickinson Video Questions

  2. Pages 388, 402-403

 

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4.11
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Unit Review

  2. Grammar Review

 
 
4.12
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Unit Test (Including Sentence Construction)

 

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Click to see an enlarged picture  Unit 5 - Realism, Naturalism, Local Color, and Huckleberry Finn Image:Huck-and-jim-on-raft.jpg

Essential Question = How does a society limit the achievements of an individual?

5.1
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Introduction Quiz- Pp. 443 - 461

Click here to go to the e-text of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.

Click here to listen to The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn on an MP3 player.

Click here to listen to The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn on an iPod.

Click here to read SparkNotes summaries if you get behind in your reading.

Click here to watch tutorials for writing an MLA research paper.

Click here to see the MLA 2008 Style Update.

5.2
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Complete Introduction Quiz

 

 

Homework - Complete Introduction Quiz.

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5.3
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Turn in Introduction Quizzes

  2. Unit Requirements

  3. Begin Essay Using the Essay Requirements

  4. Racism Video

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5.4
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Semester 2 Review Crossword or Period 3 Assembly

 

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5.5
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Complete Racism Video Essay

  2. Essay Requirements

  3. Sample Essay about Another Topic, but with Correct Form

  4. EHS Writing Rubric

 

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5.6
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Your Essay Check

  2. Review Sample Essay

Homework - Complete Racism Essay (Now due at the beginning of Monday's class.)
5.7
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Turn in essays.

  2. Collection 4 Video Questions

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5.8
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Background Information and Questions

  2. Huck Finn Comic Book

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5.9
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Unit Requirements

  2. Huck Finn Vocabulary 1

  3. Huck Finn Chapters 1-4 and Huck Finn Comic Book through page 5.  

 

 

ALL Huck Finn Vocabulary

All Huck Finn Chapter Questions

Homework - Study for vocabulary test and finish reading the first four chapters and answering the comprehension questions.

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5.10
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Huck Finn Vocabulary 1 Test

  2. Chapters 1-4 Quotes and Paraphrases

 

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5.11
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Using Colons, Hyphens, Dashes, Parentheses, and Brackets (Go to my.hrw.com, log in, and go to page 1428.)

  2. Hyphens etc. Practice (More practice is on pages 405-407 and 423-431 in Warriner's)

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5.12
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Correct Hyphens etc.

  2. Predicate Nominatives and Adjectives (Also, W41-42, W119, W136-137)

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5.13
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Chapters 1-4 SparkNotes Evidence

Englewood Schools Research Paper Rubric

5.14
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Symbols Identification Key
  2. Huck Finn Vocabulary 2

     Notes

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5.15
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Huck Finn Vocabulary 2 Test
  2. Chapters 5-8 SparkNotes Evidence
Homework - Read Chapters 5-8 and answer the comprehension questions.

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5.16
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Page 58 Novel Evidence
  2. Huck Finn Comic Book pp. 6-17

 

Homework - Read Chapters 9-11 and answer the comprehension questions.

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5.17
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Huck Finn 9-11 SparkNotes Evidence
  2. 10 Quotes from Book Evidence
 
Homework - Read Chapters 12-13 and answer the comprehension questions.

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5.18
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Huck Finn 12-13 SparkNotes Evidence
  2. Quotes from Book Evidence

 

Homework - Read Chapters 14-16 and answer the comprehension questions.

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5.19
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Huck Finn 14-16 SparkNotes Evidence
  2. Huck Finn Book - Chapter Evidence 14-16
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5.20
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1.  Classifying Sentences (Structure and Purpose)
  2. Sentence Structure Quiz

 

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5.23
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Practice ACT or for Period 7 and Seniors - Punctuation Practice 1, Practice 2, Practice 3, and Practice 4

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5.24
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Punctuation Test 1, Punctuation Test 2, and Punctuation Test 3

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5.25
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Huck Finn Symbolism Key Step 3 for Chapter 17

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Homework - Read Chapters 17-18 and answer the comprehension questions.

5.26
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Symbolism Key for Chapter 17 and Chapter 18

Homework - Read Chapters 18-20 and answer the comprehension questions.

5.27
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Complete Symbolism Key

Homework (Extra Credit) -  Read Chapters 19-22 and answer the comprehension questions.

5.28
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  2. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Huck Finn Spelling/Vocabulary 3

  2. SparkNotes Chapters 19-22 Evidence

Homework - Study for Spelling/Vocabulary 3 Test and read Chapters 23-25 and answer the comprehension questions.

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5.29
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Huck Finn Vocabulary 3 Test

  2. Huck Finn SparkNotes Chapters 23-25 Evidence

  3. Huck Finn SparkNotes Chapters 26-28 Evidence

 

Homework - Read Chapters 26-28 and answer the comprehension questions.

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5.30
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Huck Finn SparkNotes Chapters 29-31 Evidence

Homework - Read Chapters 29-31 and answer the comprehension questions.

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5.31
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Huck Finn Spelling/Vocabulary 4

  2. Huck Finn SparkNotes Chapters 32-35 Evidence

 

Homework - Study for Spelling/Vocabulary 4 Test and read Chapters 32-35 and answer the comprehension questions.

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5.32
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Huck Finn Spelling/Vocabulary 4 Test

  2. Huck Finn SparkNotes Chapters 36-39 Evidence

 

Homework - Read Chapters 36-39 and answer the comprehension questions.

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5.33

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Huck Finn SparkNotes Chapters 40-Chapter the Last Evidence

  2. Finding Jim Behind the Mask

  3. Citation for "Finding Jim"

 

Homework - Read Chapters 40-Chapter the Last and answer the comprehension questions. 

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5.34

 

  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Review Evidence/Pages 352-354

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5.35
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Huck Finn Spelling/Vocabulary 5

  2. Great Books Huck Finn Video Notes

  3. The Citation for the Movie

 
Homework - Study for Huck Finn Spelling/Vocabulary 5 Test. 

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5.36
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Huck Finn Spelling/Vocabulary 5 Test

  2. Group Planning/Thesis Statement/Period 3 Practice ACT Results Assembly

  3. Extra Sources =

    Help for paper - short explanation of plot, themes, and literary devices used in the novel

    How Huck Finn Hurts Students

    The Controversial Huck Finn

    Short and Easy to Understand Summary of Huck Finn

 
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5.37
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  1. Review Huck Finn Research Paper Scoring Rubric

  2. Create your group research paper using the Huck Finn Research Paper Frame.

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5.38
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  1. Continue to create your group research paper using the Huck Finn Research Paper Frame.

  2. Huck Finn Research Paper Scoring Rubric

  3. Sample Research Paper

 

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5.39
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  1. Finish your group research paper using the Huck Finn Research Paper Frame.

  2. Check Huck Finn Research Paper Scoring Rubric

 

 Homework - Group Project Work

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5.40
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  1. Finish your group research paper using the Huck Finn Research Paper Frame.

  2. Check Huck Finn Research Paper Scoring Rubric

  3. Group Huck Multimedia Project Work

  4. Check Unit Requirements

 

Homework - Group Project Work

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Unit 6 - Literature in Modern America (1914-1939)

Essential Question = Is reality determined by individual or societal perceptions?

6.1
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. The Moderns: 1914Ė1939
  2. The Moderns Introduction Test

Homework - Group Project Work

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6.2
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  2. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. ACT English 1

  2. The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock - Pages 657 - 663: Questions 1-15

  3. Period 2 College Overview Assembly

Homework - Group Project Work

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6.3
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  1. Finish your group research paper using the Huck Finn Research Paper Frame.

  2. Check Huck Finn Research Paper Scoring Rubric

  3. Group Huck Multimedia Project Work

 

Homework - Group Project Work

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6.4
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  2. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Using Semicolons, Semicolon Quiz

  2. Review "Prufrock"

  3. "A Rose for Emily" p. 719-730 (All questions, plus vocabulary)

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6.5
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  2. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. ACT English 2

  2. "A Rose for Emily" p. 719-730 (All questions, plus vocabulary)

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6.6
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Correct "A Rose for Emily"

  2. ACT English 3

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6.7
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  1. Last class day to work on your group research paper using the Huck Finn Research Paper Frame.

  2. Check Huck Finn Research Paper Scoring Rubric

  3. Last day to work on Group Huck Multimedia Project

Huck Finn Presentations on 4/13 and 4/14!

Homework - Group Project Work

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6.8
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  2. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. ACT English 4

  2. "The Death of the Hired Man" (Pages 805-811; Questions 1-8)

 

Homework - Group Project Work--if you did not finish in class!

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6.9
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  1. Present and Evaluate Multimedia Project

  2. ACT "Cheat Sheet" - Study "Cheat Sheet" and complete ACT English 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 in complete sentences for five extra credit points per question.

 

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ACT "Cheat Sheet" - Study "Cheat Sheet" and complete ACT English 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 in complete sentences for five extra credit points per question.

6.10
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  1. Present and Evaluate Multimedia Project

  2. ACT "Cheat Sheet" - Study "Cheat Sheet" and complete ACT English 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 in complete sentences for five extra credit points per question.

 

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.ACT "Cheat Sheet" - Study "Cheat Sheet" and complete ACT English 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 in complete sentences for five extra credit points per question.

6.11
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  2. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. Present and Evaluate Multimedia Project

  2. Easy Bib and MLA Review

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6.12
  1. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  2. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. "Mother to Son," Hughes and Clifton Questions

  2. ACT English 5, Parallel Structure

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Unit 7 - Of Mice and Men

Essential Question = Should everyone have the right to live?

7.1
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts

 

  1. OMAM Introduction Note Sheet, OMAM Introduction, and "To a Mouse 

 

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7.2
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. OMAM Student Survival Guide, Literary Terms, What Is the American Dream?

  2. Synectics Paragraph(s) Response to Tony Hawk's Dream

 

 

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7.3
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Read Chapter 1 and Complete Chapter 1 Worksheet

  2. Take home definitions in Worksheet 1 to study!

 

Homework - Study for OMAM Vocabulary Test 1.

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7.4
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. OMAM Spelling/Vocabulary Quiz 1

  2. Finish Chapter 1 Work - Read Chapter 1 and Complete Chapter 1 Worksheet

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7.5
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Read Chapter 2, OMAM Chapter 2 Worksheet

  2. Take home definitions in Worksheet 2 to study!

Homework -Study for Spelling/Vocabulary Quiz 2.

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7.6
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Spelling/Vocabulary Quiz 2

  2. Complete/Discuss Chapter 2, OMAM Chapter 2 Worksheet

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7.7
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. ACT Test 7:55 - 11:45

 

 

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7.8

 

  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Correct/Discuss Chapter 2
  2. Read Chapter 3 and OMAM Chapter 3 Worksheet

 

Homework - Study for Spelling/Vocabulary Quiz 3.

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7.9
  1. Analyze a variety of grade-level texts and genres to understand differing points of view and diverse backgrounds
  1. Spelling/Vocabulary Quiz 3
  2. Continue Chapter 3 and OMAM Chapter 3 Worksheet

 

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7.10
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation

 

  1. Continue Chapter 3 and OMAM Chapter 3 Worksheet

 

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7.11
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation

 

  1. Complete Chapter 3 and OMAM Chapter 3 Worksheet

 

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7.12
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Read Chapter 4 and begin OMAM Chapter 4 Worksheet

 

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Homework - Study for Spelling/Vocabulary Quiz 4.

 
7.13
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Chapter 4 Spelling/Vocab. Quiz

  2. Complete Reading  Chapter 4 and OMAM Chapter 4 Worksheet

 

 

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7.14
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation

 

  1. Read Chapters 5 & 6 and Begin OMAM Chapters 5 & 6 Worksheet

Homework - Study for Spelling/Vocabulary Quiz 5/6.

 

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7.15
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Chapters 5 & 6 Vocabulary Test

  2. Complete OMAM Chapters 5 & 6 Worksheet

 

 

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7.16
  1. Explain how different media communicate themes
  2. Compare/contrast effectiveness of different media
  1. Begin OMAM Movie

  2. You may work on Unit Test Study Guide while watching.

 

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7.17
  1. Explain how different media communicate themes
  2. Compare/contrast effectiveness of different media
  1. OMAM Movie

 

 

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7.18
  1. Explain how different media communicate themes
  2. Compare/contrast effectiveness of different media
  1. Complete OMAM Movie

 

Homework - Complete OMAM Unit Test Study Guide

Of Mice and Men Trivia

Quote Quiz 1 &2

Quote Quiz 3

Quote Quiz 4-6

Vocabulary Crossword

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7.19
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. OMAM Unit Test
  2. Begin Contemporary Lit. Intro. (Page 892 of textbook)

 

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Unit 8 - Contemporary Literature (1939 to Present)

Essential Question = Has today's world lost understanding or gained understanding about humanity's role in the universe?

8.1
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts

  1. Complete Contemporary Lit. Intro. and write the name of the period, its characteristics, and major authors.

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8.2
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  1. "The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World"

Homework -Seniors Study for Final Exam

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8.3
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Complete "The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World"

  2. Literary Periods Table

  3. Seniors Preview Final Exam

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8.4
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Final Exam for Seniors

  2. "Mirror" and "Mushrooms" Questions - p. 1150

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8.5
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  1. Literary Periods Table/Practice Final

 

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8.6
  1. Apply literal, interpretive, and evaluative reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts
  2. Identify and apply standard conventions of grammar and punctuation
  3. Effectively synthesize and apply appropriate format to develop organized written and spoken ideas
  1. Final Exam

 

 

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Extra Assignments

  1. Language Worksheet 130 or Capitalization Quiz

  2. Capitalization Test

  3. Language Worksheet 161 -  Spelling Rules

  4. Language Worksheet 100-101 - Avoiding Run-On Sentences,

  5. Language Worksheet 104-106 - Reducing Wordiness

  6. Language Worksheet 113-114 - Using Phrases to Combine Sentences

  7. Language Worksheet 115-116 - Using Participial Phrases to Combine Sentences and Language Worksheet 117-118 - Using  Phrases to Combine Sentences
  8. Language Worksheets 119-120 - Combining Sentences by Coordinating Ideas, 163-164  Forming Plurals, and 121-122 - Using Adjective Clauses to Combine Sentences
  9. Language Worksheet 123-124 - Using Adverb and Noun Clauses to Combine Sentences and Language Worksheet 168-172 Usage Problems
  10. Language Worksheet 123-124 - Using Adverb and Noun Clauses to Combine Sentences, 125-127 - Sentence Combining Test, and Language Worksheet 168-172 Usage Problems
  11. Language Worksheet 128 -Capitalization and Language Worksheet 129 -Capitalization
  12. Language Worksheet 160 -  Using Word Parts