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Check your grades regularly through Skyward using your assigned username and password. If you need assistance with your login information, visit or call our attendance office (ext. 23307).  Use Clever to access assignments in Kiddom. Contact me to obtain online textbook information for this class. You can access your Office 365 account by clicking here. The username and password are the same as your computer login at school.

 

Assignments

Day Date Assignment Due/Lesson Plan
Thurs./
Fri.
8/13/20-
8/14/20

FIRST (half) DAYs OF SCHOOL!

WELCOME!!

  • Seating Chart
  • Basic class information
Mon./
Tues.
8/17/20-
8/18/20

In Class:

  • Ice-breaker (two truths and a lie)
  • Sign up for AH English 1 Remind (email me if you need the sign up information)
  • Discuss Clever, bookmarks in Chrome, and the Pearson online textbook

Assigned:

  • In the online textbook, go to Unit 2->Unit Introduction->Unit Introduction Activities
  • Complete all the activities for "Surviving in Nepal":
    • Watch video
    • Discussion question
    • Unit goals self-assessment
    • Academic vocabulary chart
  • If you have trouble finding the information in the online textbook or you have trouble logging in, look at the Technology Orientation (PPT). This has some information I updated after class to help you.
Wed./
Thurs.
8/19/20-
8/20/20

Due:

  • In the online textbook, go to Unit 2->Unit Introduction->Unit Introduction Activities
  • Complete all the activities for "Surviving in Nepal":
    • Watch video
    • Discussion question
    • Unit goals self-assessment
    • Academic vocabulary chart
  • If you have trouble finding the information in the online textbook or you have trouble logging in, look at the Technology Orientation (PPT). This has some information I updated after class to help you.

In Class:

  • Discuss textbook login issues
  • Netiquette
  • Email writing assignment in Teams
Fri./
Mon.
8/21/20-
8/24/20

Due:

  • Complete the online textbook assignment (see above)
  • Email writing assignment turned in to Teams

In Class:

  • Discuss any glitches, hangups, problems
  • Introduction to Vocabulary.com and TurnItIn.com
  • Introductory letter assignment (to be submitted in Teams and TurnItIn.com): Due Tues./Wed.
  • Grammar assignment and online grammar book

Assigned:

  • Introductory Letter (to be submitted in Teams and TurnItIn.com): Due Tues./Wed.
    Be sure to follow the Rubric
  • Complete the grammar work in the EOLang book. See the pages in the right sidebar. Record your answers in a Word document or on paper. As we continue with the grammar work, you can simply add exercises to the same page. You will not have to do each grammar assignment on a separate page. We will check work at the beginning of the next class.
    EOLang: p. 53-55: Ex. 5-6
  • Sign up for TurnItIn.com account and Vocabulary.com account
Tues./
Wed.
8/25/20-
8/26/20

Due:

  • Introductory Letter assignment (to be submitted in Teams and TurnItIn.com)
    Be sure to follow the Rubric
  • EOLang: p. 53-55: Ex. 5-6
  • Sign up for TurnItIn.com account and Vocabulary.com account

In Class:

Assigned:

  • EOLang: p. 58-60: Ex. 7, Rev. A
  • MJP Review and DOK questions assignment (due Thurs./Fri.)
Thurs./
Fri.
8/27/20-
8/28/20

Due:

  • EOLang: p. 58-60: Ex. 7, Rev. A
  • MJP Review and DOK questions assignment (uploaded to turnitin.com before 8am)

In Class:

  • Check grammar
  • Summer Reading Assessment: MJP Socratic Seminar

Assigned:

  • EOLang: p. 63-69: Ex. 11, 14, 15, 18
Mon./
Tues.

8/31/20–

9/1/20

Due:

  • EOLang: p. 63-69: Ex. 11, 14, 15, 18

In Class:

  • Online diagnostic test

Assigned:

  • EOLang: p. 68-73: Ex. 20, 21, Rev. B
  • Read "The Seventh Man" and complete the Comprehension Check questions online. Also, read the "Analyze the Text" information about frame stories.
Wed./
Thurs.

9/2/20–

9/3/20

Due:

  • EOLang: p. 68-73: Ex. 20, 21, Rev. B
  • Read "The Seventh Man" and complete the Comprehension Check questions online. Also, read the "Analyze the Text" information about frame stories.

In Class:

  • Check grammar
  • Discuss "The 7th Man" and Point-of-View/Characterization (see notes in the sidebar)

Assigned:

  • EOLang: p. 73-81: Ex. 23, 25, Chapter Review Exercise A
  • Read "The Most Dangerous Game" in the online textbook. There will be a reading quiz on Fri./Tues. If you are having online textbook issues, find another copy of the story here.
Fri./
Tues.
9/4/20–
9/8/20

Monday, 9/7/20: NO SCHOOL: LABOR DAY!

Due:

  • EOLang: p. 73-81: Ex. 23, 25, Chapter Review Exercise A
  • Read "The Most Dangerous Game" in the online textbook. If you are having online textbook issues, find another copy of the story here.

In Class:

  • Check grammar and discuss upcoming grammar test
  • Quiz: "The Most Dangerous Game"
  • Discuss Notes on Plot

Assigned:

  • EOLang: p. 81-84: Ex. 27, Chapter Review Ex. B-C
  • Study for the grammar test on EOLang Chapter 1: Parts of Speech
  • Read "The Moral Logic of Survivor's Guilt" and, under "Making Meaning," answer the "Comprehension Check" questions 1-3 AND the "Close Read the Text" questions on paragraphs 1, 6, and 14.

Wed./

Thurs.

9/9/20–
9/10/20

Due:

  • EOLang: p. 81-84: Ex. 27, Chapter Review Ex. B-C
  • Read "The Moral Logic of Survivor's Guilt" and, under "Making Meaning," answer the "Comprehension Check" questions 1-3 AND the "Close Read the Text" questions on paragraphs 1, 6, and 14.

In Class:

  • Check grammar
  • Grammar Test: Chapter 1: Parts of Speech
  • Discuss "The Moral Logic of Survivor's Guilt"
  • Begin notes on character types and theme

Assigned:

  • EOLang: p. 93-97: Rev. A, Ex. 7, 8, 9
  • Read and take notes on Character and Point of View
  • Read and take notes on Theme and Symbol
  • Read "To Build a Fire" in the online textbook. Determine the point-of-view and the climax of the story. Be ready to discuss. Also, there may be a quiz if the online textbook is working, so be prepared. Remember, to find the assignment, log into the online textbook, click on "Classes" and then "Assignments." You do not have any online questions to answer this time.
Fri./
Mon.
9/11/20–
9/14/20

Due:

  • EOLang: p. 93-97: Rev. A, Ex. 7, 8, 9
  • Read and take notes on Character and Point of View
  • Read and take notes on Theme and Symbol
  • Read "To Build a Fire" in the online textbook. Determine the point-of-view and the climax of the story. Be ready to discuss. Also, there may be a quiz if the online textbook is working, so be prepared.

In Class:

  • Check grammar
  • Discuss "To Build a Fire"
  • Take notes on Theme and Symbol, Irony, and begin notes on Symbols

Assigned:

  • EOLang: p. 98-101: Ex. 11, 12, Rev. B
  • Read "The Necklace"
    There will be a quiz.

Also, answer the following questions on your own paper:
(1) What is the point of view in the story? Provide evidence.
(2) What effect does POV have on the ending?
(3) What irony occurs in the story (irony defined on p. 101)?
(4) What is a main theme of the story (one that relates to the whole story and not just one part)?

Tues./
Wed.
9/15/20–
9/16/20

Due:

  • EOLang: p. 98-101: Ex. 11, 12, Rev. B
  • Read "The Necklace"
    There will be a QUIZ.
    1st, 3rd, and 7th periods:
    The link to the quiz will be posted in Kiddom by 8am, and you must take it by 3pm. I set a time limit of 15 minutes, so do not begin the quiz until you are ready to stay and complete it. You are allowed to use your homework questions below on the quiz, but you are not allowed to use the actual text (not that you'll have much time to). Email me if you have any questions or issues. Also, watch the video on the Chapter 2 grammar lesson to check your grammar assignment and get some instruction on the next grammar assignment.
    4th period: You will take the quiz during class on Wednesday.
  • After reading the story, answer the following questions on your own paper (you are allowed to use this on the quiz):
    (1) What is the point of view in the story? Provide evidence.
    (2) What effect does POV have on the ending?
    (3) What irony occurs in the story (irony defined on p. 101)?
    (4) What is a main theme of the story (one that relates to the whole story and not just one part)?

Assigned:

  • EOLang: p. 102-106: Ex. 14, 16, 18
  • Read Lit p. 100-109: “The Gift of the Magi,” and answer the following on your own paper (there will be a quiz):
    (1) What is the point of view in the story? Provide evidence.
    (2) What effect does POV have on the ending?
    (3) What is an allusion? How is it used in a story? (look up a definition online)
    (4) What allusions are present in the story and what is the effect of each?
    (5) What is ironic about the ending?
    (6) What is a theme of the story?
Thurs./
Fri.
9/17/20–
9/18/20

Due:

  • EOLang: p. 102-106: Ex. 14, 16, 18
  • Read Lit p. 100-109: “The Gift of the Magi,” and answer the following on your own paper (there will be a quiz):
    (1) What is the point of view in the story? Provide evidence.
    (2) What effect does POV have on the ending?
    (3) What is an allusion? How is it used in a story? (look up a definition online, or look here)
    (4) What allusions are present in the story and what is the effect of each?
    (5) What is ironic about the ending?
    (6) What is a theme of the story?

Assigned:

  • EOLang: p. 107-110: Ex. 19, Rev. C, Rev. D, Ex. 20
  • Read and take notes on Setting, Mood, and Imagery
  • Read "The Cask of Amontillado" (vocabulary will be included on the quiz).
    Answer the following questions on your own paper:
    (1) What is the setting of the story? Be sure to describe how it changes.
    (2) How does the mood change as the setting changes?
    (3) What is a theme of the story?
    (4) Provide an example of verbal, situational, and dramatic irony.
Mon./
Tues.
9/21/20–
9/22/20

4th period: Read the assignments below, but also read the announcement above.

Due:

  • EOLang: p. 107-110: Ex. 19, Rev. C, Rev. D, Ex. 20
  • Read and take notes on Setting, Mood, and Imagery
  • Read "The Cask of Amontillado" (vocabulary will be included on the quiz).
    Answer the following questions on your own paper:
    (1) What is the setting of the story? Be sure to describe how it changes.
    (2) How does the mood change as the setting changes?
    (3) What is a theme of the story?
    (4) Provide an example of verbal, situational, and dramatic irony.

In Class:

  • Quiz: "The Cask of Amontillado"
  • Check grammar
  • Talk about review for grammar test
  • Continue taking notes and applying terms to short story analysis.

Assigned:

  • EOLang: p. 111-113: Chapter 2 Review: Ex. A-D (for exercises B and C, ignore the directions. For these exercises, find the simple subject, the simple predicate, and any complements in each sentence.)
  • Study for grammar test. Look at the extra review for more practice (here are the answers).
  • Read "The Scarlet Ibis" (no vocabulary will be on the quiz)
  • Analyze the story for setting, POV, climax, character types, and theme.
Wed./
Thurs.
9/23/20–
9/24/20

Due:

  • EOLang: p. 111-113: Chapter 2 Review: Ex. A-D (for exercises B and C, ignore the directions. For these exercises, find the simple subject, the simple predicate, and any complements in each sentence.)
  • Study for grammar test. Look at the extra review for more practice (here are the answers).
  • Read "The Scarlet Ibis" (no vocabulary will be on the quiz)
  • Analyze the story for setting, POV, climax, character types, and theme.

In Class:

  • Check grammar exercises/review
  • Grammar Test: Chapter 2: Parts of the Sentence
  • Begin discussion of "The Scarlet Ibis"

Assigned:

Fri./
Mon.
9/25/20–
9/28/20

Due:

In Class:

Tues./
Wed.
9/29/20–
9/30/20

I am now teaching remotely for the rest of the week! Come to class with headphones, ready to join the Zoom meeting with the rest of the class. I will see you in Zoom. :)

In Class:

Thurs./
Fri.
10/1/20–
10/2/20

In Class:

  • Unit Test Part 2: Short Story Analysis

Assigned:

Read the Foreword and Introduction to Edith Hamilton's Mythology and answer the study questions. Do not treat these questions lightly. You must answer in complete sentences, and restate the question in your answer so that anyone could read your answer and know what you are talking about with seeing the question. Read the directions carefully. Also, this will not be a completion grade. I will be grading on your understanding of the reading, so I am looking for correct answers, and I'm looking to see that you followed directions.

 

Another piece of advice: don't simply try to hunt for the answers. Trying to skip the reading often leads to wrong answers, plus you miss the context of what is being discussed. The questions are in order as you read, so read carefully and answer the questions as you go.

 

This assignment is not due until Thursday/Friday, October 15-16, but I will give 2 points extra credit to anyone who turns it in by Monday, October 12. You will have to type out the assignment (following MLA format) and submit it to TurnItIn.com. Also, you could look ahead to some future assignments I'll be adding, as well. Let me know if you have any questions.

 

Also, HAPPY FALL BREAK! :)

Mon.–Fri. 10/5/20–
10/9/20
FALL BREAK!
Mon./
Wed.
10/12/20–
10/14/20

4th period: Read the assignments below, but also you need to watch the 1st period recorded Zoom meeting from Monday. It has important notes that you will need for next week. I will continue the notes on Friday based on where that video left off. The recorded meeting is on Clever.

Due:

In Class:

  • Take background Notes on Greek Mythology and Ancient Greece

Assigned:

  • EOLang: p. 117-119: Ex. 2
  • Vocabulary.com Mythology Part 1 Practice (due next Mon. and Tues.)
  • Finish reading the Foreword and Introduction to Edith Hamilton's Mythology and answering the study questions.
Tues. 10/13/20

Distance Learning Day

Thurs./
Fri.
10/15/20–
10/16/20

Due:

  • EOLang: p. 117-119: Ex. 2
  • Read the Foreword and Introduction to Edith Hamilton's Mythology and answer the study questions
    Do not treat these questions lightly. You must answer in complete sentences, and restate the question in your answer so that anyone could read your answer and know what you are talking about with seeing the question. Read the directions carefully. Also, this will not be a completion grade. I will be grading on your understanding of the reading, so I am looking for correct answers, and I'm looking to see that you followed directions.

    Another piece of advice: don't simply try to hunt for the answers. Trying to skip the reading often leads to wrong answers, plus you miss the context of what is being discussed. The questions are in order as you read, so read carefully and answer the questions as you go.

In Class:

  • Complete background Notes on Greek Mythology and Ancient Greece (test Mon./Tues.)

Assigned:

  • EOLang: p. 117-121: Ex. 3, Rev. B (due Mon.)
  • Read the Chapter 1 of Edith Hamilton's Mythology and answer the study questions. Follow directions carefully, and submit to TurnItIn.com. (due Wed./Thurs.)
  • Finish Vocabulary.com Mythology Part 1 Practice (due Mon.)
Mon./
Tues.
10/19/20–
10/20/20

Due:

  • Vocabulary.com Mythology Part 1 Practice
  • EOLang: p. 117-121: Ex. 3, Rev. B

In Class:

  • Test on Mythology Background Notes
  • Begin notes on the Olympians

Assigned:

  • EOLang: p. 122: Rev. C
  • Finish reading the Chapter 1 of Edith Hamilton's Mythology and answer the study questions. Follow directions carefully, and submit to TurnItIn.com before class.
Wed./
Thurs.
10/21/20–
10/22/20

Due:

  • EOLang: p. 122: Rev. C
  • Chapter 1 of Edith Hamilton's Mythology and the study questions. Follow directions carefully, and submit to TurnItIn.com before class.

In Class:

Assigned:

  • Review EOLang p. 116-122. There will be a quiz on prepositional phrases on Friday/Monday
  • Do the Diagnostic Preview Exercise A on p. 114-115 for extra practice (optional)
  • Chapter 2 of Edith Hamilton's Mythology and the study questions. Follow directions carefully, and submit to TurnItIn.com before class. (Due next Tues./Wed.)
Fri./
Mon.
10/23/20–
10/26/20

Due:

  • Review EOLang p. 116-122 for a quiz on prepositional phrases
  • Do the Diagnostic Preview Exercise A on p. 114-115 for extra practice (optional)

In Class:

  • Quiz: Prepositional Phrases

Assigned:

  • EOLang p. 124: Ex. 4, p. 126: Ex. 6
  • Study Notes over the Olympians for a quiz on Tues./Wed. Remember, spelling counts!
  • Finish Chapter 2 of Edith Hamilton's Mythology and the study questions. Follow directions carefully, and submit to TurnItIn.com before class. (Due this Tues./Wed.)

Tues./
Wed.

10/27/20–
10/28/20

Due:

  • EOLang p. 124: Ex. 4, p. 126: Ex. 6
  • Study Notes over the Olympians for a quiz on Tues./Wed. Remember, spelling counts!
  • Chapter 2 of Edith Hamilton's Mythology and the study questions. Follow directions carefully, and submit to TurnItIn.com before class.

In Class:

Assigned:

Thurs./
Fri.
10/29/20–
10/30/20

Due:

  • EOLang p. 126-130: Rev. D, Ex. 7, Ex. 8

In Class:

  • Check grammar
  • Introduce syntactic variety using sentence openers
  • Hand out volume 2 of English textbook
  • Look at the Introductory assignment for Romeo and Juliet

Assigned:

  1. Watch video, answer the "Discuss It" question, and fill out the Academic Vocabulary chart.
  2. Read the essay "Romeo and Juliet: A Tragedy? Or Just a Tragic Misunderstanding?", click on "Launch Text/Argument Model," and complete the "Launch Activity: Destiny or Choice?"
Mon./
Wed.
11/2/20–
11/4/20

Due:

  • EOLang p. 130-133: Rev. E, Ex. 9
  • Introductory work for Romeo and Juliet (online textbook):
  1. Watch video, answer the "Discuss It" question, and fill out the Academic Vocabulary chart.
  2. Read the essay "Romeo and Juliet: A Tragedy? Or Just a Tragic Misunderstanding?", click on "Launch Text/Argument Model," and complete the "Launch Activity: Destiny or Choice?"

In Class:

  • Check grammar
  • Discuss Romeo & Juliet Introductory homework
  • Finish discussing sentence openers

Assigned:

Tues. 11/3/20 NO SCHOOL: ELECTION DAY

Thurs./

Fri.

11/5/20–
11/6/20

Due:

  • Read "Literature and Culture: The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet" (online textbook) and answer the comprehension questions (due Thursday)
  • EOLang p. 133-134: Ex. 10, Ex. 11, Rev. F

In Class:

  • Check grammar
  • Discuss R&J background, literary terms, and language.

Assigned:

Mon./
Tues.
11/9/20–
11/10/20

Due:

In Class:

  • Check grammar
  • Discuss creation story in Chapter 3
  • Discuss Myth Analysis handout
  • Briefly analyze stories of Persephone, flower myths, Echo and Narcissus
  • Begin reading R&J Prologue and beginning of scene 1

Assigned:

Wed./
Thurs.
11/11/20–
11/12/20

Due:

In Class:

  • Check grammar
  • Discuss myth analysis of the stories of Pandora & Epimetheus and Deucalion & Pyrrha
  • Discuss syntactic variety practice
  • Discuss R&J memory assignment'
  • Read R&J

Assigned:

  • EOLang p. 139-141: Chapter Review #31-45 (In addition to the instructions,label how it functions in the sentence: ADJ, ADV, SUB, DO, IO, OP, PN)
  • Extra grammar practice (optional): EOLang p. 114-115: Diagnostic Preview
    Also, see the extra grammar practice in the sidebar
  • Study for grammar test: Chapter 3: The Phrase
  • Complete a key word outline for "The Effect of Music on Plants." Then rewrite the sentences using (and labeling) as many openers and dress-ups as you can from your writing tools handout.
Fri./
Mon.
11/13/20–
11/16/20

Due:

  • Key word outline for "The Effect of Music on Plants." Rewritten sentences using (and labeling) as many openers and dress-ups as you can from your writing tools handout.
  • EOLang p. 139-141: Chapter Review #31-45 (In addition to the instructions,label how it functions in the sentence: ADJ, ADV, SUB, DO, IO, OP, PN)
  • Extra grammar practice (optional): EOLang p. 114-115: Diagnostic Preview
  • Study for grammar test: Chapter 3: The Phrase

In Class:

  • Check grammar/review
  • Grammar Test: Chapter 3: The Phrase
  • Answer myth analysis questions in Nearpod
  • Read R&J

Assigned:

  • Finish typing in answers to Nearpod assignment sometime today. The session will close on Saturday.
  • Finsh rewriting sentences in "The Effect of Music on Plants" paragraph. Use all of the openers and dress-ups.
  • EOLang p. 343-346: Ex. 1, Ex. 2, Rev. A (Due Tues./Wed. of next week)
  • Read Mythology Chapters 5-6: "Cupid and Psyche" and "Eight Brief Tales of Lovers" (Due Mon./Tues. 11/23-24)
    Quiz on Friday over "Cupid and Psyche" and:
    1. Pyramus and Thisbe
    2. Orpheus and Eurydice
    3. Pygmalion and Galatea
    4. Baucis and Philemon
    5. Daphne

(The other stories in Chapter 6 will not be on the quiz, but you still need to read them.)

Tues./
Wed.
11/17/20–
11/18/20

In Class:

  • ENGLISH I COUNTY BENCHMARK
  • Read R&J

Assigned:

  • Bring in grammar work that was due today
  • Bring rewritten sentences for "The Effect of Music on Plants" paragraph
  • Continue reading Mythology Chapters 5-6 (Due Mon./Tues.)
Thurs./
Fri.
11/19/20–
11/20/20

Due:

  • EOLang p. 343-346: Ex. 1, Ex. 2, Rev. A

In Class:

  • Check grammar
  • Discuss syntactic variety assignment
  • Read R&J
Mon./
Tues.
11/23/20–
11/24/20

Monday will be B schedule: 7th period will meet in place of 8th

Tuesday will be A schedule: CERT will be given in 1st period. After 5th period, 3rd and then 1st periods will meet for shortened class times.

Due:

(The other stories in Chapter 6 will not be on the quiz, but you still need to read them.)

Wed.–
Fri.
11/25/20–
11/27/20
THANKSGIVING BREAK!
Mon./
Tues.
11/30/20–
12/1/20
 
Wed./
Thurs.
12/2/20–
12/3/20
 
Fri./
Mon.
12/4/20–
12/7/20
 
Tues./
Wed.
12/8/20–
12/9/20
 
Thurs./
Fri.
12/10/20–
12/11/20

In Class:

Romeo and Juliet Unit Test

Mon. 12/14/20

MID-TERM EXAM: 5th Period

See Mid-term Exam Schedule

In Class:

  • Mid-Term Exam Review
Tues. 12/15/20

MID-TERM EXAMS: 1st & 3rd Periods

Wed. 12/16/20

MID-TERM EXAMS: 2nd & 4th Periods

Thurs. 12/17/20 MID-TERM EXAMS: 7th & 6th Periods
Fri. 12/18/20

MID-TERM MAKEUP EXAMS

 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS BREAK!