IB LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE FOR SEMESTER II-2013

Day
[[#|Class]]
[[#|Homework]]
Attachments/Handouts
Tues., April 16, Day 1
Finish ad discussion from
previous [[#|class]]
[[#|Submit]] second WT The Reader
Comments on Previous WT work
Killbourne [[#|video]] and questions -view and answer
HW-Working on final draft of WT 1 The Reader

Killing Us Softly 4// / Watch Free Documentary Online
Wed., April 17, Day 2
Finish ad discussion/exercise from previous [[#|class]].
[[#|Submit]] second WT The Reader
Comments on Previous WT
Kilbourne vida and questions-view and answer
HW-Final draft of WT 1, The Reader-revised

Watch and answer the questions to the video Killing Us Softly 4 by Kilbourne.

Thursday, April 18, Day 1
[[#|Submit]] final/revised draft of WT for The Reader-the [[#|one]] for which you have received feedback.
In [[#|class]] finish the Kilbourne film and questions.
HW: [[#|Complete]] the final draft of the second writing task-you will have received your comments for the second task in [[#|class]] today, Thursday.

Monday, April 22, Day 2
[[#|Submit]] Final draft of 1st writing task and answers to Killing Us Softly-typed.
In [[#|class]] [[#|return]] of the 2nd writing task and comments.
Continued work with advertising.
HW: Final draft of the second writing task for The Reader.

Possible ideas for FOA on advertising.
Continued Advertising sites:
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/persuaders/
Tues., April 23, Day 1
Final draft of second WT for The Reader.
[[#|Submit]] questions for Killing Us Softly.
In [[#|class]] cont. focus on Advertising-Persuaders.
HW: Finish The Persuaders video clip, chapter 3.
Read over [[#|the internet]] site on advertising and take notes.
Read over the Further Oral Activity [[#|documents]] and look for an ad.
http://computer.howstuffworks.com/web-advertising.htm/printable
A thorough review of how advertisers target consumers on [[#|the internet]].
FOA [[#|documents]] for the upcoming [[#|assignment]]:

Wed., April 24, Day 2
[[#|Submit]] final draft of second WT for The Reader
Work on rationale and outline
Introduction of FOA
In [[#|class]] ad work. cont.
HW: FOA-[[#|next]] Thursday-find Ad and prep.
Work on finishing rationale and outline for WT 1 and 2.

Thurs., April 25, Day 1
Work on rationale and outline for writing activities.
Ad work--examining and sharing details about ads.
HW: Work on FOA for [[#|next]] Friday. I will be [[#|checking]] on your progress and will give a process grade for the work [[#|completed]] to deter individuals from procrastinating-Ad must be found and information for ad with the powerpoint/prezzi well in progress.

Either the outline or rationale should be [[#|completed]] for WT 1 and 2-- at least one should be done.

Fri., April 26, Day 2
In [[#|class]] work on Advertising Looking at ads and working on rationale/outline.
HW: Prep for FOA for [[#|next]] Thursday.--I will do a progress check and give a process grade on Tuesday.
FOA INFORMATION HANDOUT ABOVE, ALTHOUGH YOU ALL HAVE YOUR OWN COPY IN YOUR FOLDERS FROM YOUR E-MAIL.
PROCESS RUBRIC TO CHECK PROGRESS OF FOA [[#|LANGUAGE]] AND MEDIA.

Mon., April 29, Day 1
Advertising work and prep for FOA.
HW: FOA [[#|completed]] and ready for Thursday.

Tues., April 30, Day 2
Advertising work and prep for FOA
HW: FOA on Friday.

Wed., May 1
No [[#|class]]
HW: FOA's on Thursday/Friday.

Thurs., May 2, Day 1
FOA presentations
  1. [[#|Homework]]: Read over [[#|the internet]] site to the right and take 5-7 important ideas presented on that site and [[#|submit]] them.
  2. Watch the TED video clip about Bias and note 3 points shared worth remembering.
Homework site for internet resources.
Part II: Advertising Internet Resources

http://computer.howstuffworks.com/web-advertising.htm/printable
A thorough review of how advertisers target consumers on the internet.

TED Talk-Teaching about Bias
http://ipadk12.com/2011/10/teaching-students-to-recognize-bias/
Fri., May 3, Day 2
FOA presentations
  1. HW: Read and take notes-must submit your notes to me for at least 5-7 points learned from the site listed to your right.
  2. Watch the TED video clip on Bias and note 3 ideas or points worth sharing.
  3. Reflection about FOA-handout reminders will be on this wiki.
Homework site for internet resources:
  1. Part II: Advertising Internet Resources

http://computer.howstuffworks.com/web-advertising.htm/printable
A thorough review of how advertisers target consumers on the internet.



TED Talk-Teaching about Bias
http://ipadk12.com/2011/10/teaching-students-to-recognize-bias/




Monday,May 6-Day 1
Finish FOA's.
Notes submitted from online reading.
Begin FOA reflections.
  • HW: Reflections on FOA's
  • Mark up MLKing's speech using the document items of rhetorical devices used in the speech.--it will be graded. E-mail document.

Tues., May 7 Day 2
Submit HW-notes from TEd and Internet site
FOA reflections due
Finish FOA's
HW-FOA reflections are due for all-format to the right and above.
Martin Luther King Speech-mark up the document for rhetorical devices used in the speech-use the comment device we use for feedback. E-mail document. It will be graded.

Wed., May 8, Day 1
HW submitted-examine Martin Luther King Document marked for rhetorical devices. Examine Sept. 11 document.
HW: Work on rhetorical devices in next document.--Bush, Address to the Nation-911.

Thurs., May 9, Day 2
HW submitt Speech document markings for rhetorical devices.
Go over devices and effect.
Complete rhetorical devices for the Bush speech in class and submit.
HW: Work on rhetorical devices in next document-JFK's inaugural address. Annotate the rhetorical devices.

Fri., May 10, Day 1
In class exercise/assessment examining two documents for rhetorical devices--went over Bush's, including audience, tone and purpose.
Annotated in class JFK's speech.
HW: Annotate Obama's inaugural for rhetorical devices.

Mon., May 13, Day 2
Submit JFK annotations. Review over annotations.
All FOA reflections are past due.
In class work on annotating Obama's speech.
HW: Obama's speech should have been completed, hopefully during class time. If not, you need to complete it.
Now: Review over handout on internet sources in society-look at at least one site and take notes so you are ready to share in class what you read.--sign up on Google Docs.

Be thinking of ideas for FOA's and Written tasks for Language and Mass Media.

Tues., May 14, Day 1
In class go over Obama speech.

Peruse ideas and select two ideas to read from the Internet Society and sources. Sign up for your choices on the Google docs-not more than two individuals on each site.
Be ready to share in class.
HW: Reading and ideas regarding other internet sites.

Ideas for WT's for this unit.

Wed., May 15, Day 2
Review over Obama speech.
Watch two internet video clips.
Share ideas on the internet sources you read for homework.
HW: 2 ideas filled out on the proposal plan.
Have read the new internet
document sent via e-mail.

Thurs., May 16, Day 1
Watch 2 internet videos.
Share internet ideas.
Complete proposal for WT 1.
HW: Draft 1 of WT 1.

Fri., May 17th, Day 2
Share internet articles.
Approval for WT.
Work on WT draft 1.
HW Draft 1 of WT 1:

Mon., May 20 Day 1
Submit draft 1 of WT
Examine WT 2 options, looking at proper thesis statements
Plan for WT 2-Part II-thesis and outline
Completed draft 1 of WT 1 must have been completed-thanks to those who already have.

Plan for WT 2-outline and
WT 2 minimum of 2 paragraphs.
.
All class time and homework will be devoted to WT 1 and 2 for Part II Language and Mass Media. (Anyone needing to complete another FOA will need to meet with me individually to see if we can find time to complete one because FOA's only relate to Part I and II.)
For the final-It will focus on Part III texts-selectiing one of six questions on which to write an essay-you will be given the questions on the last day of class and will be able to choose the question on which you will write, using at least two of the literary works we studied in Part III.
Tues., May 21, Day 2
Submit draft 1 of WT
Examine WT 2 options, looking at proper thesis statements
Plan for WT 2-Part IIP
WT 2 minimum of 2 paragraphs.
All class time and homework will be devoted to WT 1 and 2 for Part II Language and Mass Media. (Anyone needing to complete another FOA will need to meet with me individually to see if we can find time to complete one because FOA's only relate to Part I and II.)
For the final-It will focus on Part III texts-selectiing one of six questions on which to write an essay-you will be given the questions on the last day of class and will be able to choose the question on which you will write, using at least two of the literary works we studied in Part III.)
Wed., May 22, Day 1
Check on WT 2 paragraphs.
Returned WT 1 draft.
Working on final draft of WT 1.
HW: Final draft of WT 1, Part II with rationale.
OVERALL NOTE: ATTENDANCE AND FOCUS ARE EXTREMELY CRUCIAL IN THE REMAINING WEEKS, INCLUDING THE USE OF THE FULL CLASS TIME..
Thurs., May 23-Day 2
Check on WT 2 paragraphs.
Returned WT 1 draft.
Working on final draft of WT 1
HW: First draft of WT 2 Part II and rationale for WT 1. (We will work on WT 1 revision in class, unless you are an outstanding student and finish it in advance.

Fri., May 24
Day 1
Submit Final draft of WT 1 and rationale.
In class working on WT 2.
HW: Completion of WT 2, draft 1.

Mon., May 27, Day 2
Submit First draft WT 2 and rationale of WT 1.
In class examine and compare paper 2 with rubrics--sample execise for Final exam prep.
Make sure WT 1 has been fully revised for submission--all should be complete for Part II Language and Mass Communication.
HW: Final draft of WT 1 and the completed rationale with outline for WT 2 should have been submitted.

Tues., May 28, Day 1
Bring 3 texts to class-The Reader, Gatsby and Pygmalion.
Submit WT 2, Draft 1
Conferencing on draft work.
Organizing work and final touches-addressing focus for final exam and summer work...s
HW-making sure rationale for WT 1 refined-continued work on WT 2 already submitted and deemed necessary. Time to step up to the plate-all three novels should be with you in class.
Note that as of today, all work related to WT 1 and 2 should
have been submitted. That includes rationales and outlines.
Congratulations to those who were on task and have accomplished the aforementioned.
Wed., May 29, Day 2
Bring your 3 novels to class.
First draft of WT 2 is now past due.
Work on organizing files and documents-address finals and summer work
HW: Any last fine tuning and organizing from files to prep for the exam.

Thurs., May 30, Day 1Re
Return Draft 1 of WT 2-Address common issues-examine work needed-work on it in class.
Tie up loose ends for final exam, focus for L and Lit, and summer work.
Prep for Exam-which question will you write on and what two works will you use. Make a plan-thesis and outline-what will be your points of support.--Remember those charts-revisit.

Friday, May 31, Day 1
Return Draft 1 of WT 2-Address common issues.
Work on revisions.
Tie up loose ends for final exam focus and Lang. and Lit. summer work.
Prep for Exam-which question will you write on and what two works will you use. Make a plan-thesis and outline-what will be your points of support---Remember those charts for the three works. Revisit.
Posted test questions for Final exam.



Stylistic device handout:

Criteria for final exam, paper 2:
Final Mock Exam
Monday, June 3
Part III works Essay focus-You will select a question and use two of the works studied in Part III on which to write the essay.















































Day
[Class]
GO DOWN TO YOUR CLASS TO DOUBLE
CHECK-IN A NUT SHELL:

PROGRAM UPDATED BELOW THROUGH NEXT WEEK.

NEXT FIRST DRAFT OF SECOND WRITING TASK DUE TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY OF NEXT WEEK.
[Homework]

BLOCK 1-DAY 1: FIRST DRAFT OF NEXT WRITING ASSIGNMENT DUE ON TUESDAY, APRIL 16TH.

BLOCK 5-DAY 2: FIRST DRAFT OF NEXT WRITING ASSIGNMENT DUE ON WED., [[#|APRIL 17TH]].
Attachments/Handouts
Mon., Jan. 7
Day 1
Powerpoint on the time period
[Quiz] on Chapters 1-5
Read chapter 6 and chapter 7 through
page 126.

T-January 8
Day 2
Powerpoint on the time period
[Quiz] on chapters 1-5
Read chapter 6 and 7 through page 126

W-Jan. 9
Day1
In |class] work on chapter presentations
Finish reading chapter 7

Thurs.-Jan. 10
Day 2
In [class] work on chapter presentations
Finish reading chapter 7

Fri.-Jan. 11
Day 1
[Begin]] presentations.
HW-Read andcomplete]] questions for Chapter 8 posted on the wiki.
Chapter 8 questions
Mon.-Jan. 14
Day 2
[[#|Begin]] presentations
[[#|Quiz]] on chapter 7
HW-Read and complete questtions for chapter 8 posted on the wiki

Tues. Jan. 15
Day 1
Hand in questions for chapter 8
[Continue]] and finish presentations.
Read and annotate chapter 9--finishing the novel.
[[#|Quiz]] on Chapter 9
Review over PPT, Part II

Wed., Jan. 16
Day 2
[Submit] Ch. 8 questions to Ms. Stef and to grammerly
Finish chapter presentations-
[Sign up] for Questia account
-Read and annotate chapter 9-[QUIZ]
-Prepare idea/plan for WT1 GG in writing to share with [teacher]
-Select and prepare topic to present orally to [class]] on Monday. Make sure that you have also for the topic on google docs.

Thurs., Jan. 17
Day 1
Chapter 9 [quiz]
Finish presentations
Attention to ideas for WT1 and topics for oral presentation
PPT-Part II
Prepare presentation for Tues. Make sure you [signed up] for the topic on google docs and that is the topic you are presenting.
Write out idea or plan for WT1 to share with |teacher]
VIEW OVER PART II OF PPT ON JAZZ AGE.

Friday., Jan. 18 no [class]



Mon., Jan. 21
Day 2
Presentation of Gatsby topics.
Check on ideas for writing task for Gatsby.
Handout re. analysis of passages.
HW: If idea for WT 1 has been [[#|approved]], work on writing task.
HW:[[#|Complete]] HO for passage analysis.

Tues., Jan. 22
Day 1
Presentation of Gatsby topics.
Check on ideas for writing task for Gatsby.
Handout re. analysis of [[#|passages]]
HW:If idea for WT 1 has been [approved], work on writing task.
HW: [[#|Complete]] HO Part I for passage analysis.

Wed., Jan. 23
Day 2
Finish topic presentations.
Check topics for WT 1
Work on [[#|close]] analysis in [[#|class]] of passages from Gatsby.
  • WT 1 . make sure you have gotten approval before you [[#|begin]] work.
  • [[#|Complete]] draft of [[#|Close]] Analysis, Part II in essay paragraph form-all except the conclusion.
  • Part I has already been returned to those who submitted it.
  • Reflections for those who have [[#|completed]] their presentations. You have been given the points to [[#|focus]] on in [[#|your]] reflection.



Reflection HO for oral presentation:

Thurs., Jan. 24,
Day 1
Presentations on Gatsby.
Submitted sheet for [[#|close]] analsyis-Part I which will be returned to [[#|complete]] Part II.
  • HW: WT 1 if approval has been given. Due [[#|next]] week no later than Friday.
  • Close analysis writing assignment taken to a completed draft.--Part II Close Analysis for GG.(Use your Part I to help focus yourself, keeping in mind my feedback on your Part I sheet.--That means 4 paragraphs-introd. body paragraphs 2,3, and 4.
  • For those who have completed their presentations, you must write a reflection of 300-350 words. You have been given the points to focus on in your reflection.


Fri., Jan. 25,
Day 2
Submit complete close analysis Part II (which should be 4 paragraphs-introduction, body paragraphs 2,3, an 4)Part I has already been returned to those who submitted their assignment.
.
In class, oral presentations for topics will be completed.
  • WT 1-Work on writing Task 1. Should have had your topic approved by the teacher.
  • Reflections due for those who have completed their oral presentations.
.

Guiding document for revision of final draft of Close Analysis passage 1.
Mon., Jan. 28
Day 1
Final oral presentation on Gatsby.
Revision of Part II close analysis begun during class-Wed. class period will be used to complete the final draft., provided the first draft was finished- then the final draft can be finished in class on Wed.
Individual meetings regarding oral presentations.
Check on Wrt Task 1 on Gatsby.
Working on Writing Task 1 Gatsby.
Reminder of Text Types-List
Tues., Jan. 29
Day 2
Final presentations.
Revision of Part II Close analysis begun in class for those who submitted their first draft.
Working on WT 1 Gatsby.
Those who are behind in their work (never completed Part I or Part II) need to have completed their Part II in order to hand in their final draft on Thursday.

Wed., Jan 30
Day 1
Revision of close Analysis of Passage I completed and submitted during class or must be submitted by the end of the day.
Working on Draft 1 of WT 1 Gatsby.

Thurs., Jan. 31
Day 2
Revision of Close Analysis of Extract I GG completed during class and final submitted at the end of the class period.
Draft 1 of WT 1 Gatsby--Monday's class at least 400 words should be completed-I will check. Completed first draft submitted on Wednesday next week.

Fri., Feb. 1
Day 1
Class time allotted for finalizing first draft of WT 1 for GG.
Writing Task 1 of Gatsby completed no later than Tuesday.

Mon., Feb. 4
Day 2
In class work on brainstorming and building a chart comparing Gatsby and Pygmalion.

Look at another passage from Gatsby-in class-working with a partner.
Writing task draft 1 due next class. Remember it must be 800-1000 words-not more nor less.

Tues.,
Feb. 5
Day 1
Attention: Meet in room 300 due to the ISA test in my room.
Writing Task 1 GG submitted.
In class brainstorm chart for GG and Pygmalion.
Work on new passage analysis--Part I only.
Complete Part I of passage analysis and introductory paragraph with thesis-remember Soapstone within that paragraph.

Wed., Feb. 6
Day 2
Meet in H300 this morning due to the ISA test in my room.
Submit WT 1 GG Draft 1
Continued work to finalize Part I of new passage and work on completion of introductory paragraph and topic sentences for body paragraph.
Complete introductiory paragraph of passage and topic sentences only for the body paragraphs.

Thurs., Feb. 7
Day 1
Look at Part I of passage analysis 2-and complete the writing of the analysis and submit.. All completed first drafts must have been submitted.
WT 1 should have been returned by me.


Fri., Feb. 8
Day 2
Completed analyis of passage 2 and must be submitted by end of class. Anyone one who missed class is responsible to submit the completed draft before classes convene on Wed.
WT 1 should be returned by me.
.

Mon., Feb. 11
Day 1
No School


Tues., Feb. 12
No School

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Wed., Feb. 13
Day 1
Working on the final draft of Close Analysis 2.


Thursday, Feb. 14
Day 2
Working on the final draft of
Close Analysis 2.
Final draft of Close analysis completed for submission on Monday.

Fri. Feb. 15 Day 1
Final draft of Close analysis due today and submitted.


Mon. Feb, 16 Day 2
Final Draft of Close analysis due today submitted at the beginning of class.
Class time to review rationale and introduce WT 2.
If time, work on WT 2.

Glossary of Lit. terms from the website
Tues., Feb. 17 Day 1

Final Draft of WT 1 due no later than Thursday.

Wed., Feb. 18, Day 2

Final draft of WT 1 due no later than Friday beginning of class.

Thurs., Feb. 21 Day 1
Final Draft of WT 1 due.
In class assessment-Writing of an in class close analysis
in 90 minutes.
HW: Read over the IB document for writing task 2 that I sent you on Feb. 17. Especially examine the 6 questions. Which questions could you use to write an essay using GG. Come up with 3 ideas for the essays in writing by filling out the docment posted on the wiki. Also bring your The Reader to Class.

Fri., Feb. 22, Day 2
Final draft of WT 1 due.
In class assessment-Writing during 90 min. of a close analysis.
  • YES THERE IS HW MIGNON
  • HW: Read over the IB document for writing task 2 that I sent you on Feb. 18. Especially examine the 6 questions. Which questions could you use to write an essay using GG.
  • Come up with 3 ideas for the essays in writing by filling out the docment posted on the wiki. Also bring your The Reader to Class.

Mon., Feb. 25
Day 1
Share ideas for WT 2
Working on WT 2 GG
Introd. of The Reader
Completed reading The Reader through chapter 6. Must annotate. Quiz
Outline of 4 points completed.

Tues., Feb. 26
Day 2
Share ideas for WT 2
Working on WT 2 GG-outline
Introd. of The Reader
Outline completed and submitted-remember that it must have a minimum of 4 points.
Completed reading The Reader through chapter 6-must annotate. Quiz

Wed., Feb. 27
Day 1
Outline should be completed minimum of 4 points.
Definite Quiz on 1-6 in The Reader.
Working on WT 2 GG in class.
Complete reading The Reader through chapter 11-must annotate. Possible quiz.
Write the first 250 words of WT 2-Introduction + what equals the 250 and have 4 quotes that can act as support for your piece.
Completed draft next Thurs.

Thurs., Feb. 28
Day 2
Definited quiz on 1-6 in The Reader--15 minutes.
Working on WT 2 GG-after quiz.
Should be able to complete in class 400 words plus some quotes identified for support.
Complete reading 7-11 The Reader.
Possible quiz. Must have annotations in text.
Must have completed a minimum of 400 words and have quotes.

Working on WT 2. Draft one due next Wed.

Fri., March 1, Day 1
Brief discussion on The Reader.

Working on Writing task 2 GG--completed minimum of 700 words. with quotes.
Finish reading Part I The Reader-through page 83. Must have annotations.
Make sure draft is completed with quotes up to a minimum 700 words.

Mon., March 4
Day 2
Quick ppt. regarding of historial period.
Annotation check.
Finish working on Draft 1 WT 2--class-400words
Finished Draft 1 of WT 2.
Finished reading the Reader Part I. Annotations checked.

Tues., March 5, Day 1
PPt. historial period The Reader.
Working on Handout Part I The Reader.
Working on completing draft I of WT 2.
WT 2 first draft completed.
Completed Part I Handout.

LAST CALL

Wed., March 6,
Day 2
FOR MAKE UP WORK-TODAY-FRIDAY.

QUIZ MAKE UP-MONDAY

Checking on completed draft 1 of WT 2.--up to 1000 words (950 or so)
Completing HO for Part I The Reader.
BEFORE SCHOOL.ON MONDAY, 11TH.

I WILL BE AT SCHOOL FOR ANYONE WHO NEEDS TO WORK WITH ME, MAKE UP WORK, ETC. PLEASE GET
CAUGHT UP.
Part I Handout of Reader completed for submission.

Thurs., March 7
Day 1
Items to check as
WT 2 submitted.
Part I of Handout Reader checked.
Begin Part II of Reader.
Reading in Part II of The Reader--chapters 1-7.

Fri., March 8, Day 2
Returned draft 1 of WT 2
Begin Part II of The Reader
Working on revision of WT 2-chapters 1-7.

MARCH
11 SCHOOL RESUMES
WHERE SHOULD YOU BE --READ BELOW.

Mon., March 11 Day 1
  • All make up work should have been submitted and completed-including make up quizzes.
  • Completed Draft 1 of WT 2 submitted (800-1000 words)
  • Completed reading of The Reader through Part I with annotations.
In class you will be working on the Literary element sheet for The Reader.


Tues., March 12th, Day 2 Anyone who missed class on Tuesday
must complete the literary elements
handout and submit it. (wiki)
  • All make up work should have been read in The Reader through chapter
7-Part II- Annotations will be checked
submitted and completed-including
makee up quizzes.
  • Completed Draft 1 of WT 2 submitted
(800-1000 words)
  • Completed reading of The Reader
  • through Part I with annotations.
In class you will be working on the Literary
element sheet for The Reader.

Contintued [[#|Semester]] [Assignments].
Day
Class
Homework
Attachments/Handouts
Wed., March 13
Day 1
In class notecards and discussion on novel.
Check on annotations
Writing reminders
Working on WT 2 final draft.
HW-cont. reading in Part II The Reader, chapters 8-10 and annotating.
Work on Final draft of WT 2 due on Tues.

Thurs., March 14
Day 2
In class notecard
Check on annotations
Writing Reminders
Work on WT 2 final draft due on Wed.
HW: Read and annotate chapters 8-11.
Work on final draft of WT 2 due on Wed.

Fri., March 15
Day 1
Reading should have been completed through chapter 10, Part II and annotated.
In class work on Final draft of WT 2 due on Tues.
at beginning of class-send and print.
HW: Final draft of WT 2 due at the beginning of class on Tues.-send electronically and print.
Check on reading in The Reader-completed through all of Part II.

Mon., March 18
Day 2
Annotation check and work in The Reader through chapter 11. (Makeup work such as
lit. element sheets are past due)
WT 2 due next class-Wed. at the beginning of
class-send and print.
Reading finished through chapter 17-Part II-as always, annotations.

Tues., March 19
Day 1
Writing Task 2 due at the beginning of class with printed copy and sent electronically.
In class discussing and working on Part II of The Reader-dialecticals , 3 of them-should already have one done during class.
Assignment for dialecticals completed and reading in Part III through Chapter 6.

Wed., March 20
Day 2
Writing Task due at the beginning of class.-printed and sent.
In class working on the reading of
The Reader Part II-dialecticals and lit. element of irony.
( One dialectical already should be completed.
Remainder of dialecticals need to have been submitted before the end of class--remember that one must be on a literary device.)
Go over once again the device of irony.

Reminder-checking of annotations and quizzes
are possible at any time for all classes.

NOTE: I WILL BE CHECKING ORGANIZATION OF IB FOLDERS ON YOUR COMPUTERS.
Complete the exercise portion of irony H.O if not completed in class.

Begin Part III . Chapters 1-6.

Thurs., March 21
Day 1
Working on Part III in The Reader. Finish irony sheet and dialecticals if we haven't. Must be submitted before the end of class. Anyone who has taken an early vacation must have these e-mailed to me no
later than Friday morning. Grades are closed as of the end of this period.

NOTE: I WILL BE CHECKING ORGANIZATION OF YO UR IB FOLDERS TODAY.
Complete reading of Part III in The Reader through chapter 12. Be thinking about a WT 1 and WT 2 assignment.

Fri., Mar. 22, Day 2
Working on Part III.
Both irony and the dialecticals must have been submitted. The quarter is closed. Those who have left prematurely are responsible for making sure that these are submitted to me today.
Complete reading of Part III in The Reader-Be thinking of a WT 1 and WT 2 question.


QUARTER THREE IS CLOSED.
VACATION-FINISH READING OF THE NOVEL
BUY A THUMB DRIVE TO PLACE SOME SUMMER MATERIALS.

Reminder Handout of Learning Outcomes for all Parts of IB Language and Lit. from the IB.
Monday,
Day 1,
April 1
Socratic Seminar Assessment on the novel The Reader-questions for focus beside March 21 on the wiki-also in your e-mails.
Select WT 1 or WT 2 activity for The Reader
Proposal/plan for WT 1/2 The Reader

Tues., Day 2
Socratic Seminar Assessment on the novel The Reader--questions for focus beside March 21 on the wiki and in your e-mails.
Select WT 1/WT 2 activity for The Reader
Proposal for WT 1/2
The Reader
Revised/combined Socratic Seminar questions:

Parent conferences
Working on proposals


Thurs., Day 1, April 4
Proposals submitted for WT 1 and 2
Continuation of Charts adding The Reader
Introduction to Part IV-Language and Media--Make new folder and put in handouts.
Conferencing regarding proposals
HW-500 words for next class

Draft 1 due Wed., April 10th of writing task choice.

Friday, Day 2, Apr. 5
Proposals submitted for WT 1 and 2
Continuation of Charts adding The Reader
Introduction to Part IV-Language and Media--Make new folder and add documents.
Conferencing regarding proposals
HW: 500 word check for next class.

Draft 1 due next Thursday, April 11th.

Special note:
All ideas for both WT 1 and WT 2 have been returned and individuals have conferenced with me.
New folders have been made for Part II: Language and Media and the new document and quick write sharing what you think Language and Media relateds to.
Information should have been added to the chart comparing the 3 Literary works studied from Part III.
A minimum of the first 500 Words should have been completed for the next class to be submitted for a completion check prior to class or upon entry to class.
In class we will begin work on Part II: Language and Mass Media.

INFORMATION FOR WT 2
Monday, April 8
Day 1
Charts should have been completed.

First 500 words submitted for which writing task you are working on first.

In class introduction to Part II-Language and Mass Media:
Clip and notetaking on TED video clip on advertising and "Merchants of Cool".
HW: Complete first draft of WT due upon entry to class or before.
Some advertising sites/videos, etc., that we will be examining.
TED Talk by Rory Sutherland on Advertising.
http://www.ted.com/talks/rory_sutherland_life_lessons_from_an_ad_man.html
"Merchants of Cool"

Watch The Full Program | //Merchants Of Cool// | FRONTLINE | PBS

www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/cool/view/

You Tube Ads for Handout-8 Advertising Techniques
www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSdxqIBfEAw (German Coast Guard-Berlitz)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-8PBx7isoM (Embrace Life Sussex Safer Roads)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKFFhBf0QGk (MTV Global Warming Ad)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6YH42j5bTc// (Party All Night Drug Free World)

www.youtube.com/watch?v=vilUhBhNnQc (Pro-aging Dove)

www.youtube.com/watch?v=qImJFg5dgTE (Unhate Benetton)

SPECIAL NOTE-IN CLASS WE ARE WORKING ON THE ADVERTISING UNIT. OUT OF CLASS YOU WILL BE WORKING ON YOUR WRITING TASKS NOW AND FOR THE CLOSURE OF SCHOOL.
Tues., April 9, Day 2
Charts should have been completed.

First 500 words submitted for which writing task you are working on first.

In class introduction to Part II-Language and Mass Media:
Clip and notetaking on TED video clip on advertising and "Merchants of Cool".
Examination of various Propoganda techniques.
HW: Complete first draft of WT due upon entry to class or before.
Handout for 8 Advertising Techniques.
Wed., April 10, Day 1
Submit completed first draft of WT -either 1 or 2
Continued work in Language and Mass Media-section of advertising
HW-Begin work on other writing task while waiting for feedback on the first WT.

Thurs., April 11, Day 2
Submit completed first draft of the WT.
Contiued work in Language and Mass Media-section of advertising
HW-Begin work on other writing task while waiting for feedback on the first task.

Fri., Apr. 12

Day 1
First 500 words on other task.
Feedback will be returned on first task but you should be working on draft 1 of the next WT as stated above.
HW: Working on next writing task---Completed draft 1 is due by Tuesday.
Killing Us Softly -Advertising Questions and video clip

Mon., April 15
Day 2

HW: COMPLETE FINAL DRAFT OF Next WRITING TASK due, April 12th, Wed.

//Killing Us Softly 4// / Watch Free Documentary Online

Tuesday, Apri. 16, Day 1
COMPLETED first draft of the second writing task due today.
Draft 1 of the previous WT returned by now.
In class we will work on the advertising assignment that we began last week.
Continued work on revision of one of the completed writing tasks.

Wed., April 17, Day 2
-Second WT first draft submitted.
-Returned first draft of the WT submitted last week.
-In class work on advertising.
HW: working on completing first draft of the other WT.

Thurs., April 18, Day 1
Submit FINAL draft of ONE OF THE writing tasks.
In class work will be on advertising.
HW: WORKING ON
Final draft of the second WT.

Friday, April 19, Day 2
Submit final draft of
one of the WT.
HW: Working on Final draft of the second writing task.





























































































Th, Aug. 9 (8-period day)


















Introduce Course and Expectations. Students quick write on expectations.


















All summer reading completed in order to complete compilation and present information.


F/M, Aug. 10/13

Groups glean information to present. Notes submitted to teacher and group members.

Prepare to present to classmates. Additional articles given for further reading.


Tu/W, Aug. 14/15

Presented articles from summer.

Looked at new articles on the wiki, all except Myths about Bilingualism.
Finish reading the Amy Tan article.
Interview your parents regarding your upbringing as a bilingual and make an outline in note form tracing your development as a bilingual.
Day 1: Outline/notes
Day 2: Write draft 1 of you as a bilingual.
Handout with ideas for consideration when gathering information for your bilingual profile.


Th/F, Aug. 16/17

.-Cont. discussion of Tan Article.

Read and Dicuss Rodriguez Interview.

Check notes/outline for your autobiog. of bilingualism.
Day 1: Complete draft of autobiography-use documents/attachments as a guide.

Day 2:
Draft 1 of your autobiog. as a bilingual. is due. Ideas to consider covering on H.O attachment -Bilingual profile.


Rubric for autobiography writing assignment re: bilingualism

M/Tu, Aug. 20/21

Day 1-First draft submitted during class to receive feedback from peers and teacher.

Day 2-Autobiography completed and ready for feedback from peers, looking at editing.
HW: Day 1 Complete Final draft for next class.

HW: Day 2 Complete Final draft for next class.

(Content to consider, rubric and organizational pattern are all on attachments)

W/Th, Aug. 22/23

  • Submit draft to Ms. Stef of your bilingual autobiography upon entry to class.
  • Exchange draft with a partner to receive feedback.
  • Look over myths on bilingualism for an upcoming assignment--select one of interest to you.
  • Read article on "In the Middle" and identify 5 key points in your notes.
Prepare topic for oral presentation on "Myths about Bilingualism"--see attachment and handouts for the next class-

Day 1-Friday
Day 2-Monday

F/M, Aug. 24/27

Friday-presentations for day 1.

Monday, presentations for day 2.

"In the Middle" discussions on relationship between culture and identity.
Day 1: Type a half page
response about your
presentation and about
something interesting you
heard from the other
presentations for Tuesday.
Have read over" In the Middle" so we can talk about the article about the relationship between culture and identity.

MIGNON'S SECTION: Day 2: Type a half page response about your presentation and an idea presented in the other speeches which you found interesting and why.

Read over the two poems POSTED analyzing them with the SOAPSTONE METHOD. BE PREPARED FO DISCUSSION.



A selection of poems for consideration to use your FOA:

Tu/W,

Aug. 28/29

Clarissa's group-Day 2
Submit reflections on presentations.
Finished biling. pre.
Discussion of two poems.
Clarissa's Group Day 2-
Written response on "A Hundred Bolts of Satin" using SOAPSTONE.
READ LEGAL ALIENS-ANNOTATIONS USING SOAPSTONE.

Th/F, Aug. 30/31

Vita's Group:
Discuss the three poems.
Introduce FOA-poem
Vita's group-
Find a poem for an FOA-start preparing, following the outline attachment.
Have annotated and followed through using SOAPSTONE on the poem, "In the Season Called Spring". I will check your annotations. Note that I posted in the attachment column some poems associated with our study of Part I.

M/Tu, Sept. 3/4

Day 1 Group Monday:
-Finish with discussion on "In the Season of Spring."
-Check poems/songs and rationales for FOA's.
Begin Work on outline of FOA's for presentation on Friday.
-Evolution of English
Day 2-Approval of FOA's and working on FOA's for Thursday's presentation.
Group 1-FOA's on Friday.

Day 2-FOA on Thursday.-A copy of your outline and rationale needs to be handed in at the beginning of class.
Sites for the Evolution/Development of English

Present homework for both groups on attachment above. Quiz on the reading and a journal entry.

W/Th, Sept. 5/6

Day 2 Present their FOA's today. They must hand in a typed copy of their rationales/proposals and OUTline for their presentation.
HW for Day 2 and Day 1: Both have the assignment on Development of the English Language posted on the attachment. Also we have FOA's to finish-outlines and rationales are past due.
As stated above quiz on the reading and journal entry.

F/M, Sept. 7/10

Friday's group has their FOA's and homework for the Development of English posted on the attachment.

Note: Quiz on the reading on Monday and journel entry due. Those who have presented FOA's have a reflection to write.

Tu/W, Sept. 11/12

Day 2 -Listening to Lord's prayer.
Clarification re: FOA's.
Begin online link work on History of English sites.
Day 1 HW: Handout of Links to complete.

Day 2 HW:
Must complete Link-10 min.site.- to 1000 years of history of English Language.
Complete questions on Culture and Language Handout "Ganga or Gayle".

Th/F, Sept. 13/14

Read the first article in the packet on Language and Culture.
Day 1 Group-Valentina's group-
Read through -Legal language p.89. The other article which we did today is also there. Make sure your questions have been completed on the first article

Day 2 group: Mignon's-Read through p 89-91 on the Language and Cultural Context Again document attachment-pay special focus to the two scientific documents as you read them-remember they are in different formats-we will be working with these on Tuesday.
**
Reminder that the science articles on page 90 and 91 of the PDF file above.
Part II of the Language and Culture Context PDF (pp. 106-111)

M/Tu, Sept. 17/18

Vita's Group:
Reading quiz-
Group practice on discussion of Ganga vs. Gayle.
Mignon's group:
In class writing response.
Introduce reading to Pygmalion.
Divide into groups for Science article discussion presentations and work on with your group members.
Vita's Group-
Have marked both the science articles to be ready to work as a group to practice presenting.--Fibra neuralgia and Gene Culture in the PDF file. Sheet online for focal points on the two articles.

Mignon's group:
Read introduction to Pygmalion xi-xxii.
Gather information for your presentations on comparing the text of two science articles. You will present your discussions next class. Both articles should be well annotated for your group discussion.
focal points HO on the two science articles.

Supplemental information/sites:

How to do a Cockney accent.--You Tube
www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2ybcPTdTRo

The Cockney dialect-Speak with an Accent
You Tube-The Cockneye dialect-Speak with an Accent-actually provides information on the production of various words.

Audio version of Pygmalion. Go to Act I., etc.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uVyKmrhBnU

Pygmalion Act I questions:

Pygmalion Act II questions

Discussion items to consider when drama is completed:

W/Th,

Sept. 19/20

Vita's class:
Introduction of Pygmalion:
Meet with individuals on your insights to the articles.
Presentation/practice discussions.

Day 2:
Science article discussions-

Comments on Pygmalion introd.
Vita's Class HW-Block 1: If you missed class for the Leadership session, you need to come get your copy of Pygmalion and check with your group anchors-Eleonora and Dhanang, for you need to have diligently prepped, annotating the science articles to be prepared for your participation in the discussion on the science articles.
Continue presentations-- science articles.
Have read in Pygmalion, the introduction-xi-xxii. (note that there is an online audio for our reading of Pygmalion)
Listened online to You Tube: The Cockneye Dialect -Speak with an Accent.

Day 2:
HW: Read and annotate-bullet points 84-89 and 96-98

Cockney You Tube listen to.
Organize your folders.
My notes from the science articles which I shared in class:
Annotation Checklist Rubric for article reading:


F/M, Sept. 21/24

Sofi Smith's/Marco's class:
Science article discussion presentations.

Clarisa and Vita's group on Monday:
Reading quiz
Film clip-Pagel
Final practice presentation
Notes
Pygmalion-Act I
HW: Sofi Smith's/Marco's class:
Read the PDF file (Lang. and and Cultural Context again)**pages 92-98-note important points.
Each of you have been given different articles to read-THEY MUST BE THROUGHLY ANNOTATED FOR THE BEGINNING OF NEXT CLASS.
Clarisa and Mignon'sgroup:
Annotate indiv. texts given to you-graded.
"How Language Transformed Humanity" by Mark Page
http://www.ted.com/talks/mark_pagel_how_language_transformed_humanity.html
http://www.ted.com/talks/jay_walker_on_the_world_s_english_mania.html
http://www.ted.com/talks/patricia_ryan_ideas_in_all_languages_not_just_english.html

Tu/W, Sept. 25/26

Sofi S/Vita's group-
  • Check articles for annotations-Graded.
  • Show clip by Ted Pagel-discuss
  • Begin Chapter 1-Pygmalion
  • Notes by Me:

HW: Annotation of new article-FOA will be Monday.

Mignon's group-Day 2:

Submit article 1 for grading of annotations.

Annotate Article 2:

Reading of Pygmalion.
.
Sofia and Vita's group:

HW-second article fully annotated.

Finish reading of Pygmalion ch. 1

FOA on Monday. Weighted triple-criterion A and B; organization and language 2.

Mignon's group:
HW: Annotation of article 2.--Yes, they will be graded like article one.

Finish Act I Pygmalion
FOA's groups confer on Friday for 45 min.

Presentations on
Friday/Tuesday.
www.nytimes.com/2010/11/21/technology/21brain.html?...all

http://www.johncletheroe.org/usa_can/cult/lang.htm

Idea sheets for further examination in preparation of discussion articles.


Rubric:

For Future Reference: Categories of Further Oral Activities:

Th/F,

Sept. 27/28

Vita/Rodrigo's class-Reading
pp. 106-107 PDF 2319. (internet community)
Collect annotations article 2 and return.
50 min. prep for FOA
FOA #2 presentation.

Mignon/Sofia's C's class:
Check annotations:
45-50 min. prep for FOA #2-
FOA #2 presentation by Sofia and Luiza--remember.
HW: FOA prep--some people presenting before departure.

FOA #2 Prep.

Anyone leaving early-other than FOA's, we will be completing ACT II of Pygmalion.
Remember online documents are above to assist you from our study.

M/Tu, Oct. 1/2

FOA #2

Pygmalion


W, Oct. 3 (Day 1)

FOA #2

Pygmalion


Th/F, Oct. 4/5

“Online Learning Days”—No School.



M, Oct. 15 (Day 2)

Both sections should have completed reading through Act II of Pygmalion.

In class notes on Language and Identiy.
Go over documents for writing task 1.
Work on and complete Pygmalion questions in class.
Day 2-Written task planner completed and submitted by Wednesday.

Day 1-Complete written task planner completed and submitted.

FOA personal reflections are past due. Any missing ones-last chance by 7 PM Wed.

Tu/W, Oct. 16/17

Day 1-
Dedication to Learning reflection.
Conference on written task ideas
In class work on Pygmalion questions.
Complete Act I questions on Pygmalion.
Begin your Written Task 1-minimum of 300 words.
Note: Anyone with an upcoming planned absence must see Ms. Stef by Tuesday to make a plan.

Th/F, Oct. 18/19

Day 2
-Dedication to Learning reflection
-Conferencing on written tasks.
Working on Pygmalion questions.
Complete Act I and II questions for Pygmalion.
Begin written task 1-complete a minimum of 300 words.
Note: Anyone with an upcoming planned absence must see Ms. Stef by Tuesday to make a plan.

M/Tu, Oct. 22/23

First 45-50 minutes, work together on Pygmalion, Act III.
Second 45 min., continued work on written task one.
Completed draft on Thursday and Friday for respective classes.

W, Oct. 24

Parent-Teacher Conferences. No classes.



Th/F, Oct. 25/26

Read Act IV-Pygmalion-there will be a quiz. Do annotate as you read.

Work on completed draft 1 of Written Task #1 using the handout of reminders regarding written tasks. Submit DRAFT 1 OF THE written task #1 submitted by both Day 1 and Day 2.
Quiz on Act IV of Pygmalion. both Day 1 and Day 2. Annotate your text.

Review over previous acts I-III to prepare for characterization work/characterization sketch. Reread over the document that I sent you on characterization.
Vocabulary for Acts I-IV Pygmalion

M/Tu, Oct. 29/30

Day 2 Quiz-Act IV Pygmalion
In class work on characterization in Pygmalion.
Comments and return of draft 1 written task.

Oct. 29/30

Day 1 Quiz-Act IV Pygmalion
In class work on characterization in Pygmalion.
Comments and return of draft 1 Written task 1.

HW-Both groups-
Working on final draft of written task. You will also have the next class period to work on it to complete the final draft, polished copy. Use your time well.

W, Oct. 31/Th, Nov. 1

Working on final draft of Written task 1-both Day 1 and Day 2
Final drafts of Wrt Task #1 should be submitted by Friday.

HW: Working on character sketch and rationales for writing task.

F/M, Nov. 2/5

By Today: Submission of final draft of WT 1 for both groups.

In class work on rationale
Continued work on character sketches
Final drafts should have been submitted.

HW: Working on character sketch and rationales for writing task. Day 1 due on Tuesday. Day 2 due on Wed.

Again, I would hope that CAISSA and MUN would have come to set up a plan to get prepared for what they will miss during their upcoming absence. Last absence lacked follow through and responsibility by most. On the other hand, Kudos to those who did demonstrate their dedication to learning.
Vocabulary for Pygmalion-Acts I-IV

Tu/W, Nov. 6/7

Day 1: Submission of draft 1 Char. Sketch and rationale. Cont. work on final draft.
Day 2: Submission of draft 1.
Viewing and taking notes from ppt.
Reading over char. documents.
Working on literary device sheet for Acts I-III while I read drafts.
Day 2 for Friday, November 9th.

HW: working on final draft.
Submission of completed Literary device handout.
Checking powerpoint.

Th/F, Nov. 8/9

Day 1:
Review work over Acts I-III-irony, etc.
PPT on Shaw
Day 2-
Submit drafts and Lit. devices sheet.
In class reading of Act V--finished to page 119 with annotations.
Review over irony.
Review over ppt. on Shaw.
Final Draft.
Day 1-Monday
Day 2-Tuesday
Remember the document of reminders for the final. I have also posted it on the wiki. If you submitted your draft late, make sure to check with me if I have somehow neglected to send it back.
Reminders for Char. Sketch.

M/Tu, Nov. 12/13

Mon. Day 1:
Submit final draft of character sketch.
Go over irony; review over ideas related to thematic topics.
Act V-Begin Act V Pygmalion-read through page 127.
Ideas for our 2nd writing task.
Tues. Day 2
Submit final draft of character sketch.
Complete Act V-from page 120. Annotating in your text as we listen-I will check the annotating.
Ideas for written task -Pygmalion questions for Act V-3 questions only.
Talk about the thematic topics present related to language and society.
Day 1:
Submit a plan of ideas for written tasks for Pygmalion.Handout online.
Complete the 3 questions for Act Five.

Brainstorm some ideas for next wrting task; handout online to get you thinking .
Complete the 3 questions also online for Act V

Day 2:
3 possible ideas for a writing task-proposal--be thinking-they are due by Monday.
Complete the three questions online.
Prepare for graded discussion on the work of Pygmalion-topic ideas for discussion posted.

.




Rubric for Discussion/Pygmalion:






W/Th, Nov. 14/15

Day 1: Finish the play. (Brainstorming ideas for written activities topics)
Day 2: Graded discussion on the play.
Day 2: Topic ideas for written activity.

F/M, Nov. 16/19

Day 1: Graded discussion on Pygmalion.
If time, work on ideas for next written activity.
Day 2: Conference with students on writing task proposals.-All proposals returned
  1. Introduce commentary-work with partner on commentary.
Day 2 HW: Working on writing task.

Tu/W, Nov. 20/21

Day 1: Submit and conference on proposals.

In class commentary introduction and work.

Day 2: Check on questions regarding writing activity.
Annotations individual and working on practice commentary with a partner.-
Annotations checked.
Introductory paragraphs completed.Topic paragraphs assigned.
Day 1 HW: Working on written task for Pygmalion-Draft 1 due on Monday, Nov. 26 th.

Day 2 HW: Working on written task for Pygmalion. Draft 1 due on Tues., Nov. 27th.
Practice written commentary groups:
Lucas and Fiona-characterization
Maria, Luis and Laura-stylistic devices
Andras and Enrico-Tone
Clarisa and Mignon-Characterization
Alessandra and Sofia-Content/Theme
Luiza and Valentina-Structure


Th/F, Nov. 22/23

Continued work on in class commentary.
Any remaining time on writing task for Pygmalion.
HW for both Day 1 and 2 to complete draft 1 of writing task for Pygmalion to be submitted no later than Tuesday morning. Day 1 feel free to submit Monday morning or Monday.

See attached calendars.
Attached Nov. and Dec. Calendars through exams.


M/Tu, Nov. 26/27

Day 1 Writing task due-draft one on Monday.
  • In class work on commentary assessment.
  • Revision work/discussion
  • Remainder of time-Written task focus.

Day 2. Writing task due on Tuesday.
See attached calendars.

Written task and rationale work.


W/Th, Nov. 28/29

Day 1-Commentary reminders-written task feedback returned-
Day 2-Looking at commentary-suggestions and feedback.
Working on final draft of written task/rationale.
Day 1- working on final draft of written task/rationale due on Wed., next week.
Day 2-Working on drafting of rationale and refinement of written task/final due Thursday of next week.

F, Nov. 30/M, Dec. 3

Day 1: Practice Individ. written commentary.
Day 2: Practice Written commentary.
HW: Working on Final draft of written task and rationale due on Thursday, Dec. 6th.

Tu/W, Dec. 4/5

Day 1 and Day 2-Review over practice commentary.
Remainder of time working on final draft and rationale of written task.
HW: Working on the Final draft of written task and rationale due on Thursday, Dec. 6th for both groups.

Sample commentary

Th, Dec. 6 (Day 1)

Review work for final-commentary writing and final touches on written task due today.
Final draft of written task with rationale due for both sections.

Exam in pen. I couldn't read pencil.


F/M/Tu, Dec. 7/10/11

HS FINALS

ENGLISH FINALS FIRST BLOCK.

Good Luck.
For the return to school, Semester II, have completed reading chapters 1-5 in The Great
Gatsby. Annotate as you go along.


Wed., Dec. 12

No HS Classes


WHO BOTHERS TO CHECK THE WEB SITE-LET'S SEE. THE EXCERPT WILL BE TAKEN FROM A DRAMA PIECE FROM
IBSEN.

Th, Dec. 13

Last Day—11:30 dismissal



Dec. 14-Jan. 6

Semester Break

Classes resume Mon., Jan. 7

HW: Read and annotate chapters 1-5 in The Great Gatsby. (There will be a quiz and a check on annotations.)

Have a wonderful Christmas Holiday.