Homework: English 12 (Periods 3 & 5)

  • Week of 01/30 - 02/03

    - Vocabulary:

    • Ch. 20 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 02/01 (8:00am PST)

    • Ch. 20 vocab. test = Fri., 02/03

    - Senior Project:

    • Completed hours for the month of January (minimum five) = Tues., 01/31
      • Do NOT email me your hours for these two months until we meet for class

    - Research Paper:

    • Print out a hard copy of your paper (in color) directly from turnitin.com with your rubric stapled ON TOP to be submitted at the beginning of class on Tues., 01/31
      • Directions on how to print paper via turnitin.com:
        • Log onto turnitin.com
        • Click the icon to view your paper
        • Click on the downward facing arrow and click "Current View" to download your paper
        • Print the packet you downloaded (ONLY include the color-coded paper, NOT the title page, originality report or the grademark report) --> paper needs to be in COLOR --> you may also print the packet using black ink and may neatly underline each sentence using colored pens per the JSWP
        • Order to submit paper in class (stapled in order):
          • Rubric (ON TOP)
          • Color-copy of paper per JSWP printed from turnitin.com
          • Graded rough draft of paper w/ my feedback (ON BOTTOM)
      • Peer Editing Checklist = Tues., 01/31 

    - Personal Narrative = Fri., 02/03 (8:00am PST on Google Classroom)  

    • You also need TWO HARD COPIES (NOT in color per JSWP) PRINTED BEFORE CLASS

    - The Joy Luck Club:

    • Read text:

      • Part Two: The Twenty-Six Malignant Gates  

        • Chapter six- "Lena St. Clair: The Voice from the Wall" (pp. 104-121) = Tues, 01/31 

        • Chapter seven- "Rose Hsu Jordan: Half and Half" (pp. 122-140) = Tues., 01/31

        • Chapter eight- "Jing-Mei Woo: Two Kinds" (pp. 141-156) = Wed., 02/01

      • Part Three: American Translation

        • Prologue (p. 159) = Fri., 02/03  
        • Chapter nine- "Lena St. Clair: Rice Husband" (pp. 161-181) = Fri., 02/03   
        • Chapter ten- "Waverly Jong: Four Directions" (pp. 182-204) = Tues, 02/07

        • Chapter eleven- "Rose HSU Jordan: Without Wood" (pp. 205-219) = Tues, 02/07  

        • Chapter twelve- "Jing-Mei Woo: Best Quality" (pp. 220-235) = Wed., 02/15

      • Part Four: Queen Mother of the Western Skies

        • Prologue (p. 239) = Wed., 02/15  
        • Chapter thirteen- "An-Mei Hsu: Magpies" (pp. 241-273) = Wed., 02/15    
        • Chapter fourteen- "Ying-Ying St. Clair: Waiting between the Trees" (pp. 274-286) = Thurs, 02/17

        • Chapter fifteen- "Lindo Jong: Double Face" (pp. 287-303) = Thurs, 02/17  

        • Chapter sixteen- "Jing-Mei Woo: A Pair of Tickets" (pp. 304-329) = Thurs, 02/17  

    • While reading:

      • While reading each chapter (expected):

        • Work on completing the reading guide discussion questions (on Google Classroom)

      • While reading each chapter (optional):

        • In your class notebook, write down vocabulary words from each chapter that you do not understand and define each of those words (as needed)

     

    Week of 01/23 - 01/27

    - Vocabulary:

    • Ch. 19 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 01/25 (8:00am PST)

    • Ch. 19 vocab. test = Fri., 01/27

    - Senior Project:

    • Completed hours for the month of January (minimum five) = Tues., 01/31
      • Do NOT email me your hours for these two months until we meet for class

    - Research Paper:

    • Completed first rough draft of paper based on the information you wrote on your mini outline = Wed., 01/25 (due at the beginning of class)  
      • Typed on a Google Doc (you may use the full outline as a guide to complete your research paper)
    • Completed second rough draft of paper (full paper + works cited page) = Fri., 01/27 (due at the beginning of class)  
      • TYPED hard copy (in color per JSWP) and PRINTED BEFORE CLASS for peer review --> also submit on Google Classroom by 8:00am PST
    • Completed final draft of paper (including Works Cited page) due on turnitin.com = Sun., 01/29 by 11:59pm PST
      • Do NOT wait until 11:59pm PST to submit your paper --> the system WILL mark your paper as being late!
      • Do NOT share, email, and/or submit your final paper to me on Google Classroom --> only submit your paper on turnitin.com
      • Print out a hard copy of your paper (in color) directly from turnitin.com with your rubric stapled ON TOP to be submitted at the beginning of class on Tues., 01/31
        • Directions on how to print paper via turnitin.com:
          • Log onto turnitin.com
          • Click the icon to view your paper
          • Click on the downward facing arrow and click "Current View" to download your paper
          • Print the packet you downloaded (ONLY include the color-coded paper, NOT the title page, originality report or the grademark report) --> paper needs to be in COLOR --> you may also print the packet using black ink and may neatly underline each sentence using colored pens per the JSWP
        • Order to submit paper in class (stapled in order):
          • Rubric (ON TOP)
          • Color-copy of paper per JSWP printed from turnitin.com
          • Graded rough draft of paper w/ my feedback (ON BOTTOM)
      • Peer Editing Checklist = Tues., 01/31 

    - The Joy Luck Club:

    • Review the following resources on Google Classroom = Wed., 01/25

      • Character list

      • Character map
      • Symbolism, imagery, allegory
      • Themes
      • Motifs
      • Literary elements
      • Background information (PowerPoint presentation)
    • Read text:

      • Part One: Feathers from a Thousand Li Away

        • Prologue (p. 3) = Wed., 01/25    
        • Chapter one- "Jing-Mei Woo: The Joy Luck Club" (pp. 5-32) = Wed., 01/25  
        • Chapter two- "An-Mei Hsu: Scar" (pp. 33-41) = Wed., 01/25  

        • Chapter three- "Lindo Jong: The Red Candle" (pp. 42-63) = Wed., 01/25    

        • Chapter four- "Ying-Ting St. Clair: The Moon Lady" (pp. 64-84) = Wed., 01/25  

      • Part Two: The Twenty-Six Malignant Gates

        • Prologue (p. 87) = Fri., 01/27  
        • Chapter five- "Waverly Jong: Rules of the Game" (pp. 89-103) = Fri., 01/27   
        • Chapter six- "Lena St. Clair: The Voice from the Wall" (pp. 104-121) = Tues, 01/31 

        • Chapter seven- "Rose Hsu Jordan: Half and Half" (pp. 122-140) = Tues., 01/31

        • Chapter eight- "Jing-Mei Woo: Two Kinds" (pp. 141-156) = Wed., 02/01

      • Part Three: American Translation

        • Prologue (p. 159) = Fri., 02/03  
        • Chapter nine- "Lena St. Clair: Rice Husband" (pp. 161-181) = Fri., 02/03   
        • Chapter ten- "Waverly Jong: Four Directions" (pp. 182-204) = Tues, 02/07

        • Chapter eleven- "Rose HSU Jordan: Without Wood" (pp. 205-219) = Tues, 02/07  

        • Chapter twelve- "Jing-Mei Woo: Best Quality" (pp. 220-235) = Wed., 02/15

      • Part Four: Queen Mother of the Western Skies

        • Prologue (p. 239) = Wed., 02/15  
        • Chapter thirteen- "An-Mei Hsu: Magpies" (pp. 241-273) = Wed., 02/15    
        • Chapter fourteen- "Ying-Ying St. Clair: Waiting between the Trees" (pp. 274-286) = Thurs, 02/17

        • Chapter fifteen- "Lindo Jong: Double Face" (pp. 287-303) = Thurs, 02/17  

        • Chapter sixteen- "Jing-Mei Woo: A Pair of Tickets" (pp. 304-329) = Thurs, 02/17  

    • While reading:

      • While reading each chapter (expected):

        • Work on completing the reading guide discussion questions (on Google Classroom)

      • While reading each chapter (optional):

        • In your class notebook, write down vocabulary words from each chapter that you do not understand and define each of those words (as needed)

     

    Week of 01/16 - 01/20

    - Vocabulary:

    • Ch. 18 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Thurs., 01/19 (8:00am PST)

    • Ch. 18 vocab. test = Thurs., 01/19

    - Senior Project:

    • Completed hours for the month of January (minimum five) = Tues., 01/31
      • Do NOT email me your hours for these two months until we meet for class

    - Research Paper:

    • Completed first rough draft of paper based on the information you wrote on your mini outline = Wed., 01/25  
      • Typed on a Google Doc

    - The Joy Luck Club:

    • Review the following resources on Google Classroom = Wed., 01/25

      • Character list

      • Character map
      • Symbolism, imagery, allegory
      • Themes
      • Motifs
      • Literary elements
      • Background information (PowerPoint presentation)
    • Read text:

      • Part One: Feathers from a Thousand Li Away

        • Prologue (p. 3) = Wed., 01/25    
        • Chapter one- "Jing-Mei Woo: The Joy Luck Club" (pp. 5-32) = Wed., 01/25  
        • Chapter two- "An-Mei Hsu: Scar" (pp. 33-41) = Wed., 01/25  

        • Chapter three- "Lindo Jong: The Red Candle" (pp. 42-63) = Wed., 01/25    

        • Chapter four- "Ying-Ting St. Clair: The Moon Lady" (pp. 64-84) = Wed., 01/25  

      • Part Two: The Twenty-Six Malignant Gates

        • Prologue (p. 87) = Fri., 01/27  
        • Chapter five- "Waverly Jong: Rules of the Game" (pp. 89-103) = Fri., 01/27   
        • Chapter six- "Lena St. Clair: The Voice from the Wall" (pp. 104-121) = Tues, 01/31 

        • Chapter seven- "Rose Hsu Jordan: Half and Half" (pp. 122-140) = Tues., 01/31

        • Chapter eight- "Jing-Mei Woo: Two Kinds" (pp. 141-156) = Wed., 02/01

      • Part Three: American Translation

        • Prologue (p. 159) = Fri., 02/03  
        • Chapter nine- "Lena St. Clair: Rice Husband" (pp. 161-181) = Fri., 02/03   
        • Chapter ten- "Waverly Jong: Four Directions" (pp. 182-204) = Tues, 02/07

        • Chapter eleven- "Rose HSU Jordan: Without Wood" (pp. 205-219) = Tues, 02/07  

        • Chapter twelve- "Jing-Mei Woo: Best Quality" (pp. 220-235) = Wed., 02/15

      • Part Four: Queen Mother of the Western Skies

        • Prologue (p. 239) = Wed., 02/15  
        • Chapter thirteen- "An-Mei Hsu: Magpies" (pp. 241-273) = Wed., 02/15    
        • Chapter fourteen- "Ying-Ying St. Clair: Waiting between the Trees" (pp. 274-286) = Thurs, 02/17

        • Chapter fifteen- "Lindo Jong: Double Face" (pp. 287-303) = Thurs, 02/17  

        • Chapter sixteen- "Jing-Mei Woo: A Pair of Tickets" (pp. 304-329) = Thurs, 02/17  

    • While reading:

      • While reading each chapter (expected):

        • Work on completing the reading guide discussion questions (on Google Classroom)

      • While reading each chapter (optional):

        • In your class notebook, write down vocabulary words from each chapter that you do not understand and define each of those words (as needed)

     

    **Second Semester**

    Week of 01/09 - 01/13

    - SSR book check (200+ pages regular --> sign up via link on Google Classroom) = Wed., 01/11 (8:00 am PST)

    - Vocabulary:

    • Ch. 17 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 01/11 (8:00am PST)

    • Ch. 17 vocab. test = Wed., 01/11

    - Senior Project:

    • Completed hours for the month of December (minimum five) = Mon., 01/09
    • Completed hours for the month of January (minimum five) = Tues., 01/31
      • Do NOT email me your hours for these two months until we meet for class

    - Research Paper:

    • Completed mini outline (thesis statement and topic sentences) = Wed., 01/11 (8:00am PST)  
      • TYPED hard copy and PRINTED BEFORE CLASS for individual conferences --> also submit on Google Classroom

    • Completed first rough draft of paper based on the information you wrote on your mini outline = Wed., 01/25  
      • Typed on a Google Doc

         

    Week of 12/12 - 12/16

    - Vocabulary:

      • Ch. 16 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 12/14 (8:00am PST)

      • Ch. 16 vocab. test = Thurs., 12/15

    - Review for final exam:

    • Vocabulary (chapters 1-15)

    • 1984

    • Ms. Ohanian's English Resource Guide

    • Grammar

    • Senior Project

     

    Week of 12/05 - 12/09

    - Vocabulary:

      • Ch. 15 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 12/07 (8:00am PST)

      • Ch. 15 vocab. test = Wed., 12/07

    - Senior Project:

      • Completed hours for the month of December (minimum five) = Mon., 01/09

    - Review for final exam:

    • Vocabulary (chapters 1-15)

    • 1984

    • Ms. Ohanian's English Resource Guide

    • Grammar

    • Senior Project

     

    Week of 11/28 - 12/02

    - Vocabulary:

      • Ch. 14 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 11/30 (8:00am PST)

      • Ch. 14 vocab. test = Thurs., 12/01

    - Senior Project:

      • Completed hours for the month of November (minimum five) = Mon., 12/05
      • Completed hours for the month of December (minimum five) = Mon., 01/09

    - Finish reading your SSR book (by the end of Thanksgiving Break) = Tues., 11/29

    - Oral SSR Book Report = Fri., 12/09

    - Review the information under the 'Grammar' tab on Google Classroom on grammar and punctuation:

    • "Grammar Notes"

    • "Parallel Structure / Verb Tenses"

    • "Grammar and Punctuation Resources"

      • Information to cover:

        • Semicolon

        • Colon

        • Apostrophe

        • Hyphen

        • Dash

        • Ellipses

        • Quotation marks

        • Punctuation marks

        • Fragment

        • Run-on sentences

        • Comma splice

        • Parallel structure

        • Independent clause

        • Dependent clause

        • Denotation

        • Connotation

        • Active voice

        • Passive voice

     

    Week of 11/21 - 11/25

    - Thanksgiving Break! :)

     

    Week of 11/14 - 11/18

    - Vocabulary:

      • Ch. 13 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 11/16 (8:00am PST)

      • Ch. 13 vocab. test = Thurs., 11/17

    - Senior Project:

      • Completed hours for the month of November (minimum five) = Mon., 12/05  

    - Finish reading your SSR book (by the end of Thanksgiving Break) = Tues., 11/29  

     

    Week of 11/07 - 11/11

    - Vocabulary:

    • Ch. 12 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 11/09 (8:00am PST)

    • Ch. 12 vocab. test = Wed., 11/09

    - Senior Project:

    • Completed hours for the month of November (minimum five) = Mon., 12/05  

    - 1984:

      • Research paper:
        • Completed rough draft based on the information you fill out on your outline including Works Cited page (TYPED and PRINTED BEFORE CLASS for individual conferences) = Mon., 11/07

        • Completed final draft including Works Cited page (PRINTED BEFORE CLASS for peer review) = Wed., 11/09

          • Final draft of paper due on turnitin.com = Wed., 11/09 by 11:59pm PST (do NOT wait until 11:59pm PST to submit your paper --> the system WILL mark your paper as being late! Do NOT share, email, and/or submit your final paper to me on Google Classroom --> only submit your paper on turnitin.com).

          • Print out a hard copy of your paper (in color) directly from turnitin.com with your rubric stapled ON TOP to be submitted at the beginning of class on Tues., 11/15

            • Directions on how to print paper via turnitin.com:
              • Log onto turnitin.com
              • Click the icon to view your paper
              • Click on the downward facing arrow and click "Current View" to download your paper
              • Print the packet you downloaded (ONLY include the color-coded paper, NOT the title page, originality report or the grademark report) --> paper needs to be in COLOR --> you may also print the packet using black ink and may neatly underline each sentence using colored pens per the JSWP
            • Order to submit paper in class (stapled in order):
                • Rubric (ON TOP)
                • Color-copy of paper per JSWP printed from turnitin.com
                • Graded rough draft of paper w/ my feedback (ON BOTTOM)

    - Review Ms. Ohanian's English Resource Guide:

    • Aristotle's Rhetorical Appeals (ethos, pathos, logos) --> p. 89
    • "Writing an Essay That Evaluates Strengths / Weaknesses of Competing Arguments" --> p. 90
    • "Evaluating an Argument...And the Verdict Is" --> p. 94
    • "Persuasion Academic Vocabulary" + Denotation / Connotation --> pp. 91-92
    • Thesis Statement --> pp. 49-52
    • Transitional words / phrases --> p. 80
    • Summarizing do's / don'ts --> p. 60
    • 'TIES' method for embedding & integrating quotations + whiteboard picture of introducing quotations --> pp. 82-83
    • In-text citations --> p. 84
    • Punctuating titles --> p. 65, 82
    • PowerPoint Presentation: Argumentation and Persuasion --> on my teacher page under the 'Files' tab located on the school website

    - Review: Argumentation and Persuasion Presentation 

     

    Week of 10/31 - 11/04

    - Vocabulary:

    • Ch. 11 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 11/02 (8:00am PST)

    • Ch. 11 vocab. test = Thurs., 11/03

    - Senior Project:

    • Completed hours for the month of October (minimum five) = Mon., 10/31
    • Completed hours for the month of November (minimum five) = Mon., 12/05  

    - 1984:

      • Quickwrite = Tues., 11/01 (11:59pm PST)
      • Analyze the topic / theme your group selected to research based on the themes in the text

      • Research paper:
        • Completed outline (hard copy --> NOT on Google Classroom) = Thurs., 11/03

        • Completed rough draft based on the information you fill out on your outline including Works Cited page (TYPED and PRINTED BEFORE CLASS for individual conferences) = Mon., 11/07

        • Completed final draft including Works Cited page (PRINTED BEFORE CLASS for peer review) = Wed., 11/09

          • Final draft of paper due on turnitin.com = Wed., 11/09 by 11:59pm PST (do NOT wait until 11:59pm PST to submit your paper --> the system WILL mark your paper as being late! Do NOT share, email, and/or submit your final paper to me on Google Classroom --> only submit your paper on turnitin.com).

    - Review Ms. Ohanian's English Resource Guide:

    • Aristotle's Rhetorical Appeals (ethos, pathos, logos) --> p. 89
    • "Writing an Essay That Evaluates Strengths / Weaknesses of Competing Arguments" --> p. 90
    • "Evaluating an Argument...And the Verdict Is" --> p. 94
    • "Persuasion Academic Vocabulary" + Denotation / Connotation --> pp. 91-92
    • Thesis Statement --> pp. 49-52
    • Transitional words / phrases --> p. 80
    • Summarizing do's / don'ts --> p. 60
    • 'TIES' method for embedding & integrating quotations + whiteboard picture of introducing quotations --> pp. 82-83
    • In-text citations --> p. 84
    • Punctuating titles --> p. 65, 82
    • PowerPoint Presentation: Argumentation and Persuasion --> on my teacher page under the 'Files' tab located on the school website

    - Review: Argumentation and Persuasion Presentation 

     

    Week of 10/24 - 10/28

    - Vocabulary:

    • Ch. 10 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 10/26 (8:00am PST)

    • Ch. 10 vocab. test = Thurs., 10/27

    - Senior Project:

    • Completed hours for the month of October (minimum five) = Mon., 10/31

    - 1984:

      • Analyze the topic / theme your group selected to research based on the themes in the text

      • Research paper:
        • Mini outline = Thurs., 10/27 (8:00am PST on Google Classroom)
          • Print out a hard copy of the mini outline (in color) to be submitted at the beginning of class (if you can't print in color, underline the information in blue per the JSWP)
        • Completed outline (hard copy --> NOT on Google Classroom) = Thurs., 11/03

        • Completed rough draft based on the information you fill out on your outline including Works Cited page (TYPED and PRINTED BEFORE CLASS for individual conferences) = Mon., 11/07

        • Completed final draft including Works Cited page (PRINTED BEFORE CLASS for peer review) = Wed., 11/09

          • Final draft of paper due on turnitin.com = Wed., 11/09 by 11:59pm PST (do NOT wait until 11:59pm PST to submit your paper --> the system WILL mark your paper as being late! Do NOT share, email, and/or submit your final paper to me on Google Classroom --> only submit your paper on turnitin.com).

    - Review Ms. Ohanian's English Resource Guide:

    • Aristotle's Rhetorical Appeals (ethos, pathos, logos) --> p. 89
    • "Writing an Essay That Evaluates Strengths / Weaknesses of Competing Arguments" --> p. 90
    • "Evaluating an Argument...And the Verdict Is" --> p. 94
    • "Persuasion Academic Vocabulary" + Denotation / Connotation --> pp. 91-92
    • Thesis Statement --> pp. 49-52
    • Transitional words / phrases --> p. 80
    • Summarizing do's / don'ts --> p. 60
    • 'TIES' method for embedding & integrating quotations + whiteboard picture of introducing quotations --> pp. 82-83
    • In-text citations --> p. 84
    • Punctuating titles --> p. 65, 82
    • PowerPoint Presentation: Argumentation and Persuasion --> on my teacher page under the 'Files' tab located on the school website

    - Review: Argumentation and Persuasion Presentation 

     

     

    Week of 10/17 - 10/21

    - Vocabulary:

    • Ch. 9 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 10/19 (8:00am PST)

    • Ch. 9 vocab. test = Fri., 10/21

    - Senior Project:

    • Completed hours for the month of October (minimum five) = Mon., 10/31

    - 1984:

    • Read

      • Book Three:

        • Chapter five (pp. 282-287) = Mon., 10/17

        • Chapter six (pp. 287-298) = Mon., 10/17  

    • While reading each chapter:
      • (Expected):

        • Finish completing the reading guide questions (on Google Classroom) = Mon., 10/17 (8:00am PST)  

      • (Optional):

        • In your class notebook, write down vocabulary words from each chapter that you do not understand and define each of those words (as needed)

    - Review Ms. Ohanian's English Resource Guide:

    • Aristotle's Rhetorical Appeals (ethos, pathos, logos) --> p. 89
    • "Writing an Essay That Evaluates Strengths / Weaknesses of Competing Arguments" --> p. 90
    • "Evaluating an Argument...And the Verdict Is" --> p. 94
    • "Persuasion Academic Vocabulary" + Denotation / Connotation --> pp. 91-92
    • Thesis Statement --> pp. 49-52
    • Transitional words / phrases --> p. 80
    • Summarizing do's / don'ts --> p. 60
    • 'TIES' method for embedding quotations + whiteboard picture of introducing quotations --> pp. 82-83
    • In-text citations --> p. 84
    • Punctuating titles --> p. 65, 82
    • PowerPoint Presentation: Argumentation and Persuasion --> on my teacher page under the 'Files' tab located on the school website

    - Review: Argumentation and Persuasion Presentation 

     

    Week of 10/10 - 10/14

    - Vocabulary:

    • Ch. 8 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 10/12 (8:00am PST)

    • Ch. 8 vocab. test = Thurs., 10/13

    - Senior Project:

    • Completed hours for the month of October (minimum five) = Mon., 10/31

    - 1984:

    • Read

      • Book Three:

        • Chapter two (pp. 239-260) = Tues., 10/11

        • Chapter three (pp. 260-274) = Thurs., 10/13

        • Chapter four (pp. 274-282) = Thurs., 10/13  

        • Chapter five (pp. 282-287) = Mon., 10/17

        • Chapter six (pp. 287-298) = Mon., 10/17  

    • While reading each chapter:
      • (Expected):

        • Finish completing the reading guide questions (on Google Classroom) = Mon., 10/17 (8:00am PST)  

      • (Optional):

        • In your class notebook, write down vocabulary words from each chapter that you do not understand and define each of those words (as needed)

     

     

    Week of 10/03 - 10/07

    - Vocabulary:

    • Ch. 7 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 10/05 (8:00am PST)

    • Ch. 7 vocab. test = Fri., 10/07

    - Senior Project:

    • Completed hours for the month of October (minimum five) = Mon., 10/31

    - 1984:

    • Read:

      • Book Two: 
        • Chapter five (pp. 147-156) = Mon., 10/03

        • Chapter six (pp. 156-159) = Mon., 10/03

        • Chapter seven (pp. 159-167) = Mon., 10/03  

        • Chapter eight (pp. 167-179) = Mon., 10/03  

        • Chapter nine (pp. 179-218) = Wed., 10/05

        • Chapter ten (pp. 218-224) = Fri., 10/07

      • Book Three:

        • Chapter one (pp. 225-239) = Fri., 10/07  

        • Chapter two (pp. 239-260) = Tues., 10/11

        • Chapter three (pp. 260-274) = Thurs., 10/13

        • Chapter four (pp. 274-282) = Thurs., 10/13  

        • Chapter five (pp. 282-287) = Mon., 10/17

        • Chapter six (pp. 287-298) = Mon., 10/17  

    • While reading each chapter:
      • (Expected):

        • Work on completing the reading guide questions (on Google Classroom)

      • (Optional):

        • In your class notebook, write down vocabulary words from each chapter that you do not understand and define each of those words (as needed)

     

     

    Week of 09/26 - 09/30

    - Vocabulary:

    • Ch. 6 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 09/28 (8:00am PST)

    • Ch. 6 vocab. test = Thurs., 09/29

    - Senior Project:

    • **All students need to have an approved Senior Project contract by Thurs., 09/29!

    • Completed hours for the month of September (minimum five) = Thurs., 09/29

    - 1984:

    • Read:

      • Book Two:
        • Chapter one (pp. 105-117) = Tues., 09/27

        • Chapter two (pp. 117-126) = Tues., 09/27

        • Chapter three (pp. 126-136) = Thurs., 09/29

        • Chapter four (pp. 136-147) = Thurs., 09/29  

        • Chapter five (pp. 147-156) = Mon., 10/03

        • Chapter six (pp. 156-159) = Mon., 10/03  

        • Chapter seven (pp. 159-167) = Mon., 10/03  

        • Chapter eight (pp. 167-179) = Mon., 10/03  

    • While reading each chapter:
      • (Expected):

        • Work on completing the reading guide questions (on Google Classroom)

      • (Optional):

        • In your class notebook, write down vocabulary words from each chapter that you do not understand and define each of those words (as needed)

     

     

    Week of 09/19 - 09/23

    - Vocabulary:

    • Ch. 5 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 09/21 (8:00am PST)

    • Ch. 5 vocab. test = Fri., 09/23

    - Senior Project:

    • Revised Senior Contract (hard copy + digital copy on Google Classroom) = Mon., 09/19 (8:00am PST)

      • **All students need to have an approved Senior Project contract by Thurs., 09/29!

    • Completed hours for the month of September (minimum five) = Thurs., 09/29

    - 1984:

    • Quickwrite (Book One) = Fri., 09/23 (11:59pm PST)  
    • Read:

      • Book One:

        • Chapter two (pp. 20-29) = Mon., 09/19

        • Chapter three (pp. 29-37) = Mon., 09/19  

        • Chapter four (pp. 37-48) = Mon., 09/19  

        • Chapter five (pp. 48-63) = Wed., 09/21

        • Chapter six (pp. 63-69) = Wed., 09/21  

        • Chapter seven (pp. 69-81) = Wed., 09/21  

        • Chapter eight (pp. 81-104) = Fri., 09/23

      • Book Two:
        • Chapter one (pp. 105-117) = Tues., 09/27

        • Chapter two (pp. 117-126) = Tues., 09/27 

    • While reading each chapter:
      • (Expected):

        • Work on completing the reading guide questions (on Google Classroom)

      • (Optional):

        • In your class notebook, write down vocabulary words from each chapter that you do not understand and define each of those words (as needed)

     

     

    Week of 09/12 - 09/16

    - Vocabulary:

    • Ch. 4 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 09/14 (8:00am PST)

    • Ch. 4 vocab. test = Thurs., 09/15

    - Senior Project:

    • Completed Senior Contract (two hard copies + digital copy on Google Classroom) = Tues., 09/13 by 8:00am PST

    • Senior Contract pitch (~ two minutes) = Tues., 09/13

    • Revised Senior Contract (hard copy + digital copy on Google Classroom) = Mon., 09/19 (8:00am PST)

      • **All students need to have an approved Senior Project contract by Thurs., 09/29!

    • Completed hours for the month of September (minimum five) = Thurs., 09/29

    - 1984:

    • Anticipation guide = Mon., 09/13 (8:00am PST)

    • Read:

      • Book One:

        • Chapter one (pp. 1-20) = Thurs., 09/15

        • Chapter two (pp. 20-29) = Mon., 09/19

        • Chapter three (pp. 29-37) = Mon., 09/19  

        • Chapter four (pp. 37-48) = Mon., 09/19  

        • Chapter five (pp. 48-63) = Wed., 09/21

        • Chapter six (pp. 63-69) = Wed., 09/21  

        • Chapter seven (pp. 69-81) = Wed., 09/21  

        • Chapter eight (pp. 81-104) = Fri., 09/23

      • Book Two:
        • Chapter one (pp. 105-117) = Mon., 09/27

        • Chapter two (pp. 117-126) = Mon., 09/27 

    • While reading each chapter:
      • (Expected):

        • Work on completing the reading guide questions (on Google Classroom)

      • (Optional):

        • In your class notebook, write down vocabulary words from each chapter that you do not understand and define each of those words (as needed)

     

    Week of 09/05 - 09/09

    - Vocabulary:

    • Ch. 3 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 09/07 (8:00am PST)

    • Ch. 3 vocab. test = Fri., 09/09

    - Senior Project:

    • Completed Brainstorm Form (hard copy in pencil) = Wed., 09/07
    • Completed Senior Contract (two hard copies + digital copy on Google Classroom) = Tues., 09/13 by 8:00am PST

    • Senior Contract pitch (~ two minutes) = Tues., 09/13

    - 1984:

    • Anticipation guide = Mon., 09/13 (8:00am PST)

    - Complete the SSR book log for the fall 2022 semester (on Google Classroom) = Tues., 09/06 by 11:59pm PST  

    - Review the following literary terms (found in Ms. Ohanian's English Resource Guide on Google Classroom):

      • Symbol

      • Motif

      • Setting

      • Plot

      • Subplot

      • External Conflict

      • Internal Conflict

      • Point of View

      • Voice

      • Imagery

      • Syntax

      • Characterization

      • Diction

      • Tone

      • Flashback vs. Foreshadowing

     

    Week of 08/22 - 08/26

    - Complete the T-Chart for the article titled, “Voting Rights Success? Not So Fast” = Thurs., 09/01    

    - Ch. 2 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 08/31 (8:00am PST)

    - Ch. 2 vocab. test =  Thurs., 09/01

    - Senior Project:

    • Completed Brainstorm Form (hard copy in pencil) = Wed., 09/07

     

    Week of 08/22 - 08/26

    - Ch. 1 vocab. workbook (WB) work = Wed., 08/24 (8:00am PST)

    - Ch. 1 vocab. test =  Thurs., 08/25

     

    Week of 08/15 - 08/19

    - Signed syllabus (link on Google Classroom) = Fri., 08/19 (8:00am PST)

    - Signed Academic Honesty Policy (link on Google Classroom) = Fri., 08/19 (8:00am PST)

    - Signed film form (link on Google Classroom) = Fri., 08/19 (8:00am PST)

    - Add yourself to Google Classroom = Fri., 08/19 (8:00am PST)

    • Class code:
      • Period 3 = go4afto
      • Period 5 = gvmugec

    - Create accounts for the following (class codes on Google Classroom) = Fri., 08/19 (8:00am PST)

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