Monday: Vocabulary recovery.
Tuesday: USA Test Prep in Computer Lab.
Wednesday: Read "The Story of an Hour" and complete worksheets on providing textual evidence, discussion questions, plot summary, and theme analysis.
Thursday (Wickham Out for EOC Proctoring): Allow time to compete worksheets given yesterday in class. Watch "Trifles" and compare the females characters seen from Victorian era.
Friday: Review "The Story of an Hour" prior to EOC Testing on Monday & Tuesday next week.
GET REST THIS WEEKEND! EAT A GOOD BREAKFAST ON MONDAY! REPORT TO CL 2048 FOR 1ST BLOCK.
Enjoy the week off! Be well rested for EOCs December 5th/6th (Monday & Tuesday).
Monday: Today we were in the Computer Lab working on USA Test Prep. Please finish the Reading and Writing tasks along with the EOC Benchmark assigned by the end of the week.
Tuesday: Introduce Realism, Regionalism, and Naturalism PPT; begin reading "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge." Analyze the story's organizational pattern.
Wednesday: Finish reading short story. Response to Reading Strategy questions regarding organizational pattern of Bierce's short story.
Thursday: Vocabulary Sentences Activity. Allow time to complete questions from the textbook on "Owl Creek." View Section II & III of Hitchcock's adaptation of "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge."
Friday: Vocabulary Unit 6 Quiz
Monday: American Literature Touchtone Q1 TEST; Begin writing comparison between excerpt from "Self_Reliance" and "The Elements of Success"
Tuesday: NO SCHOOL
Wednesday: Receive first ten vocabulary terms for Vocabulary Unit 6; Read Thoreau's excerpt from Walden, "Where I Lived and What I Lived For"
Thursday: Finish reading Thoreau's excerpt and take a walk outside to experience the nature Thoreau discusses in Walden.
Friday: Media Center Computer Lab to type comparison body paragraph (timed-assignment as EOC writing component is timed); Poetry Analysis of Walt Whitman's "I Hear America Singing" on CommonLit; Copy last ten terms of Unit 6's vocabulary using PPT available in Vocabulary tab.
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