• 11/14/19

    We Will:

    • Inform others on an issue related to Frankenstein
    • Read Miss Brill

    I Will:

    • Listen and take notes on presentations
    • Answer questions on Miss Brill

    Assignments:

    • Presentation
    • Notes
    • Questions

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Presentation

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    11/12/19

    We Will:

    • Analyze Whre Are You Going, Where Have You Been
    • Work on presentation

    I Will:

    • Answer questions and discuss short story
    • Research information related to Frankenstein

    Assignments:

    • Short story questions
    • Research project

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • None

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    11/8/19

    We Will:

    • Write essay
    • Work on project

    I Will:

    • Apply analysis of poem to an essay about the poem
    • Research a topic related to Frankenstein and prepare presentation

    Assignments:

    • Essay
    • Presentation

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Essay

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    11/6/19

    We Will:

    • Complete grammar
    • Debate ideas
    • Analyze poem

    I Will:

    • Make corrections to a passage
    • Complete anticipation guide and discuss with class
    • Complete MIST analysis on poem and discuss

    Assignments:

    • Grammar
    • Anticipation guide
    • Poem MIST

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Grammar
    • Anticipation guide

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    11/4/19

    We Will:

    • Analyze rubric
    • Analyze essays

    I Will:

    • Apply rubric to sample essays and score them
    • Apply rubric to my essay and score it

    Assignments:

    • Scoring papers and justifying the scores

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • None

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    10/31/19

    We Will:

    • Write thesis statements
    • Write essay

    I Will:

    • Evaluate 4 prompts and thesis statement for each
    • Determine best thesis statement and complete essay

    Assignments:

    • Thesis statements
    • Essay

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Thesis statements
    • Essay

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    10/29/19

    We Will:

    • Complete grammar
    • Analyze 1984 through discussion

    I Will:

    • Identify inaccuracies in a sentence
    • Participate in a Socratic Seminar discussion about 1984 to further my comprehension on themeatic and literary elements.

    Assignments:

    • Grammar
    • Socratic Seminar

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Socratic Seminar Evaluation Sheet

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    10/15/19

    We Will:

    • Complete grammar
    • Assess knowledge of 1984

    I Will:

    • Find errors in a passage and make corrections
    • Take quiz on 1984 by myself
    • Take quiz on 1984 with table
    • Take quiz on 1984 with class

    Assignments:

    • Grammar
    • 1984 quiz

    Items Collected for Grade:

    1984 quiz

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    10/23/19

    We Will:

    • Present chapters from HTRLLAP
    • Analyze 1984

    I Will:

    • Take notes on chapter presentation
    • Present posters from individual chapters of 1984 and explain significance

    Assignments:

    • Presentation

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Any 1984 work that needed turned in

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    10/21/19

    We Will:

    • Complete grammar edit
    • Analyze specific chapters in 1984

    I Will:

    • Analyze a passage and correct grammar
    • Design a poster that conveys specific information about a given chapter including the following:

     

    1. Chapter # & title (your own title)
    2. Example: Book 4 Chapter 36 “The Book That Never Ends”
    3. 2-3 sentence summary
    4. 1 major quote
    5. Major characters
    6. Symbols/foreshadowing/irony
    7. Themes represented

    Assignments:

    • Grammar
    • Chapter poster

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Chapter posters

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    10/17/19

    We Will:

    • Present chapters from HTRLLAP
    • Apply standards to 1984

    I Will:

    • Take notes on presentations and understand their applications in other novels
    • Create a one-pager for 1984 that focuses on a standard point

    Assignments:

    • Presentations
    • One Pager

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Presentations (if you presented)

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    10/15/19

    We Will:

    • Complete grammar
    • Present chapters on HTRLLAP
    • Write defensible thesis statement

    I Will:

    • Identify incorrect grammar in a passage
    • Take notes on presentations
    • Compare thesis statements to others and choose a winner

    Assignments:

    • Grammar
    • Thesis statement

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • None

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    10/11/19

    We Will:

    Complete grammar

    Present chapters from HTRLLAP

     

    I Will:

    • Identify correct grammar in a passage
    • Take notes on presentations
    • Use MIST strategy to analyze a poem and answer questions

    Assignments:

    • Grammar
    • Presentation
    • Poem multiple choice

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Presentation (if presented)
    • Poem MC

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    10/9

    We Will:

    • Complete grammar
    • Present chapters from How to Read Lit
    • Write thesis statements

    I Will:

    • Identify the incorrect grammar in a passage
    • Take notes on presentations
    • Revise and rewrite thesis statement for essay

    Assignments:

    • Grammar
    • Presentation
    • Thesis

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Thesis statement

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    10/7

    We Will:

    • Complete grammar
    • Present chapters from How to Read Lit
    • Analyze 1984

    I Will:

    • Identify and correct grammatical errors
    • Take notes on presentations
    • Find 10 ways that 1984 is reflected in modern society (due by 10/17)

    Assignments:

    • Grammar
    • Presentations
    • 1984 research

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • None

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    10/3/19

    We Will:

    • Learn how to read literature like a professor

    I Will:

    • Watch presentations and take notes
    • Chapters covered: Symbolism, Weather, Sex
    • Use information from How to Read Lit... to analyze a short story

    Assignments:

    • Presentation (if your day)
    • Take notes
    • Read the short story "The Rocking Horse Winner" and apply notes from presentations to the story

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Presentation (if your day)
    • Questions from The Censors

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    10/1/19

    We Will:

    • Complete voice lesson
    • Go over 1984 Rules
    • Analyze poem
    • Analyze short story

    I Will:

    • Identify repetition in a passage and its effects on text
    • Understand game rules (begins after class and ends 10/16/19)
    • Rewrite sonnet in modern language
    • Answer questions on short story
    • Connect texts to 1984

    Assignments:

    • Voice Lesson
    • Poem
    • Short story questions

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Poem Rewrite
    • Short story questions (due next class)

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    9/27/19

    We Will:

    • Complete voice lesson
    • Identify specifics about dystopian fiction
    • Read How to Read Lit Like a Professor chapter

    I Will:

    • Analyze a quote
    • Answer questions on dystopian fiction
    • Begin research for my presentation

    Assignments:

    • Voice Lesson
    • Questions
    • Presentation
    • Voice Lesson

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • None

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    9/25/19

    We Will:

    • Complete voice lesson
    • Write a letter

    I Will:

    • Identify tone in a passage
    • Write a letter to an author of a banned book that conveys a tone

    Assignments:

    • Voice Lesson
    • Letter

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Letter

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    9/23/19

    We Will:

    • Complete voice lesson
    • Critique essay
    • Analyze novel

    I Will:

    • Analyze passage for imagery
    • Peer edit and review essay
    • Identify key elements in opening passage of 1984

    Assignments:

    • Peer review essays
    • Voice lesson
    • Questions from 1984

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Albert.io corrections
    • Questions from 1984 due next class

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    9/19/19

    We Will:

    • Complete voice lesson
    • Preview 1984

    I Will:

    • Analyze passage for style
    • Complete anticipation guide
    • Debate anticipation guide questions with classmates

    Assignments:

    • Voice Lesson
    • Anticipation Guide
    • Albert.io questions (due next class)

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Anticipation Guide

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    9/17/19

    We Will:

    • Assess knowledge on The Things They Carried

    I Will:

    • Complete essay on The Things They Carried
    • Take multiple choice test on The Things They Carried on Albert.io

    Assignments:

    • Essay
    • Quiz

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Essay
    • Quiz

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    9/13/19

    We Will:

    • Discuss The Things They Carried

    I Will:

    • Participate in a Socratic Seminar on TTTC
    • Determine previous AP prompts to use with TTTC
    • Fill out analysis sheet on TTTC

    Assignments:

    • Socratic Seminar
    • Socratic Seminar sheet

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Voice Lessons 1-5
    • Socratic Seminar sheet

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    9/11/19

    We Will:

    • Complete voice lesson
    • Analyze poem
    • Discuss fact vs. fiction

    I Will:

    • Analyze a passage for tone and create a passage exemplifying a tone
    • Use MIST strategy to decode poem and answer questions
    • Determine what's true and false in TTTC

    Assignments:

    • Voice Lesson
    • Poem questions

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Poem questions
    • Poem (from previous class)

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    9/9/19

    We Will:

    • Review assignments
    • Analyze The Things They Carried (TTTC)

    I Will:

    • Collaborate with peers to determine answers to quiz
    • Participate in group discussion on "The Sniper"
    • Participate in group discussion of fiction/nonfiction
    • Write items I carry
    • Write poem about the things I carry

    Assignments:

    • Poem (due next class)
    • Research for socratic seminar (due Friday)

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Group quiz on poem

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    9/6/19

    We Will:

    • Read "The Sniper"

    I Will:

    • Identify how plot elements enhance the story

    Assignments:

    • Questions on "The Sniper"

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Questions on "The Sniper"

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    8/29/19

    We Will:

    • Identify self
    • Complete voice lesson
    • Present rubrics and use new rubric to score paper
    • Analyze poetry and take quiz

    I Will:

    • Complete facts about me on index card
    • Analyze text for tone
    • Present new rubrics to class
    • Use rubric to score poetry essay
    • Use MIST to analyze a poem
    • Practice multiple choice questions
    • Essay homework

    Assignments:

    • Voice lesson
    • Presentation
    • Poetry analysis and questions
    • Essay

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Presentation posters
    • Poetry questions
    • Essay (due on Google Classroom before next class)

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    8/27/19

    We Will:

    • Analyze tone.
    • Analyze AP Q3 prompts and ATLWCS
    • Analyze essay rubric.

    I Will:

    • Complete voice lesson.
    • Determine prompts for ATLWCS.
    • Create a new writing rubric.

    Assignments:

    • Voice Lesson
    • Poster for rubric

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Poster for rubric

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    8/23/19

    We Will:

    • Discuss ATLWCS

    I Will:

    • Present poster on character
    • Participate in a Socratic Seminar on book

    Assignments:

    • Socratic Seminar/paper

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Character Poster
    • Socratic Seminar/paper

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    8/21/19

    We Will:

    • Analyze a passage for tone
    • Analyze All The Light…

    I Will:

    • Write a paragraph developing a tone
    • Create a poster on a character

    Assignments:

    • Voice Lesson 2 (tone)
    • Poster

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Poster due to present next class
    • Be prepared for Socratic Seminar next class

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    8/19/19

    We Will:

    • Get to know our classmates
    • Analyze tone
    • Analyze poetry

    I Will:

    • Look at tone in a passage
    • Analyze poetry and write response

    Assignments:

    • Voice Lesson (tone)
    • Poetry Essay

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Poems (from last class)
    • Poem Essay

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    8/15/19

    We Will:

    • Learn about our classmates and self
    • Analyze poem
    • Construct poem
    • Analyze a quote and communication

    I Will:

    • Take a personality quiz
    • Use MIST strategy to analyze poem with group
    • Piece together a poem
    • Reflect on quote with a written analysis and artwork

    Assignments:

    • Analyze poem and write one of similar structure and design (due next class)
    • Design quote page and write reflection

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • Quote page and reflection
    • Syllabus Permission Form

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    8/13/19

    We Will:

    • Learn about our classmates
    • Discuss classroom rules, operations, and procedures
    • Dissect a poem

     I Will:

    • Know rules and expectations
    • Show examples of respect in a classroom
    • Create a class mission statement
    • Try to construct a poem from a poem

     Assignments:

    • Email teacher about yourself: vickie.treulieb@marion.k12.fl.us
    • Bring a relatable quote to class next period
    • Register for Google Classroom

    Items Collected for Grade:

    • None