Remainder of Year

5/6 – 5/10

 

6

TTTC Day 8


“The Sweetheart of the Song Tra Bong”

Interview question responses due today!

 

TTTC Day 9

SOCRATIC SEMINAR – Final Assessment

Sign up for a rehearsal date today!

 

Senior Board Speech Writing – Intros

Late start

Portfolios Submitted TODAY- All materials must be complete!

 

Senior Board Speech Writing – Talking Points and Visuals

Senior Board Speech Writing – Conclusions

HW: Complete your speech and be prepared by your dress rehearsal date!

 

Portfolios complete by Thursday, 5/17.

5/13 – 5/17

 

5

Student work time – speech writing.

Student work time – speech writing.

Student work time – speech writing.

Student work time – speech writing.

Student work time – speech writing.

HW: Complete your speech and be prepared by your dress rehearsal date!

Portfolios complete by Thursday, 5/17.

5/20 – 5/24

 

4

Senior Boards Dress Rehearsals

NO CLASS

Senior Boards Dress Rehearsals

Late start

Senior Boards Dress Rehearsals

NO CLASS

HW: Complete your speech and be prepared by your dress rehearsal date!

5/27 – 5/31

 

3

MEMORIAL DAY – NO SCHOOL

Senior Boards Dress Rehearsals

Senior Boards Dress Rehearsals

Senior Boards Dress Rehearsals

Senior Boards Dress Rehearsals

HW: Prepare for Boards!

6/3 – 6/7

 

2

Wrap up TTTC this week: fun group project!

SENIOR

BOARDS

2019

 

   

6/10 – 6/14

 

1

Finals (4, 5, 6)

Present Projects!

Finals (1, 2, 3)

Present Projects!

   

Doc Harris Stadium

 

SENIOR RESEARCH PAPER CALENDAR and DEADLINES

SENIOR RESEARCH PAPER CALENDAR and DEADLINES

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Weekend

2.11 –

 

2.12 –

Writing Reflection and Goal Setting; Topic Selection

2.13 –

Unit Overview; Topic Selection

2.14 LS

Topic review; Differing paper types and purposes

Exploring Example Essays

2.15

2.16-7

HW: SRP Homework #1; SRP Hours

2.18

 

NO SCHOOL – PRESIDENTS DAY

2.19 DUE: HW #1

Mrs. Christensen Talk

NoodleTools setup and “Note Card” Requirements;

Research

 

2.20

Initial Research Plan

 

2.21

Notecarding – First Three Notecards in NoodleTools

 

2.22

Thesis statement refining; research; HW #2

 

2.23-4

HW: SRP Hours; Homework #2

 

2.25

DUE: HW #2

Hooks and Introductions; Work Time

2.26

Intro Writing; Peer revisions; Outlining.

2.27

DUE: Intro Rough Draft

Outlining in NoodleTools

 

2.28  LS

Day two of four, outlining in NoodleTools

 

3.1

Day three of four, outlining in NoodleTools

3.2-3

HW: SRP Hours; Outline in NoodleTools

3.4

Day four of four, outlining in NoodleTools

 

3.5

DUE: OUTLINE IN NOODLETOOLS

Group work – Notecarding

 

Outlines DUE shared in NoodleTools by 11:59pm

3.6

DUE: Informal Compilation of Sources

 

Paragraph Drafting

Writing Conf. Sign-ups

3.7  

In- Class Paper Drafting Time

 

3.8

Last Day of In- Class Paper Drafting Time

3.9-10

HW: SRP Hours; Formal Works Cited

3.11

DUE: Works Cited

Booktalk and Unit Preview: new literary unit

 

Works Cited, All Research

DUE @TEOC

3.12

SSR Time;

Writing Conferences

3.13

Literary Seminar

 

3.14 LS

SSR Time;

Writing Conferences

3.15

Reading Quiz; SSR Time.

3.16-7

HW: Complete your entire paper before your Writing Conf.

3.18

SSR Time;

Writing Conferences

3.19

SSR Time;

Writing Conferences

3.20

SSR Time;

Writing Conferences

3.21

Literary Seminar

 

3.22

Reading Quiz; SSR Time

3.23-4

HW: Make revisions after your Wri. Conf.

3.25

SSR Time;

Writing Conferences

3.26

SSR

Writing Conferences

3.27

SSR Time;

Writing Conferences

3.28 LS

Literary Seminar

3.29

Literature Unit Essay Test

3.30- 4.7

HW: Make revisions after your Wri. Conf.

4.8

Revised Research Paper FINISHED @TSOC

Peer Review

 

4.9

Research Paper Peer Review

4.10

Revising Research Paper; Final Edits

4.11

Revising Research Paper; Final Edits

4.12

Revising Research Paper; Final Edits

FINAL DRAFT DUE to Turnitin.com by 11:59pm.

 

Week of January 14th through February 4th

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday/

Sunday

1/7

Poetry – Intro to SIFT sheet

1/8

Writing Day – 1

1/9

Writing Day – 2 PEER REVISION

1/10

SIFT intro “We Real Cool”

Review of poems (VERY quickly – review Ozymandias)

1/11

Aubades/Pastorals- info and poems

(All poems can be found on Google Classroom)

 

1/14

Ballads – info and poems

 

Hamlet Essay Due

1/15

Sestina/

Villanelle – Info and poems

1/16

Ode/Elegy/Dramatic Monologue – Info and poems

1/17

Sonnets – info and poems

 

Assign poetic forms groups

1/18

Group meeting: establish who is doing what, and then get to work researching what you can.

 

1/21

MLK- OFF

1/22

Independent work: Compile research, create Works Consulted, select poem

1/23

FINALS 1,6

1/24

FINALS 2,5

 

Team meeting; create and organize your presentation; SIFT poem (fill out progress sheet)

 

Team meeting; edit the visual; presentation practice (fill out progress sheet)

1/25

FINALS 3,4

 

Team meeting; create and organize your presentation; SIFT poem (fill out progress sheet)

 

Team meeting; edit the visual; presentation practice (fill out progress sheet)

 

1/28

GRADING DAY – OFF

1/29

In Class:

Team Meeting: Presentation practice (NO TEACHER SLIDESHOWS ALL week!)

1/30

In Class:

Presentations

 

At Home:

Make sure you are ready for the test

1/31

In Class:

Presentations

 

At Home:

Make sure you are ready for the test

2/1

In Class:

Presentations

 

At Home:

Make sure you are ready for the test

 

2/4

In Class:

Poetic Forms Test

2/5

Day One – SRP (Writing Reflection Activity – new form for goals)

2/6

2/7

2/8

 

 

Week of 12/10 (and catching up from our last post): Writing about Hamlet!


Monday, 12/10 (plan): The students will work in groups to examine how the Seven Deadly Sins apply to Hamlet.

Tuesday, 12/11 (plan): The students will apply Aristotle's tragic structure, and his concept of the Tragic Hero, to Hamlet.

Wednesday, 12/12 (plan): Students will begin their Hamlet writing project today!

Thursday, 12/13 (plan): Students will work on outlines (first this one, then this one) for their Hamlet writing project.

Friday, 12/14 (plan): Students will work on outlines, and receive from direct instruction for writing their introductions.

11/19


Practice: ACT III performances!

11/20

 

Practice: ACT III performances!

     

11/26

 

Performance: Act III

-Watch Act III & IV

11/27

 

Performance: Act III

-Watch Act III & IV

11/28

 

Performance: Act III

-Watch Act III & IV

11/29

 

Performance: Act III

-Watch Act III & IV

11/30

 

Finish Watching Act IV

 

12/3

 

Act IV scene work & review

12/4

 

Act IV scene review/beginning of notes; Quiz

12/5

 

MBTI notes and Act V

12/6

 

Finish Act V, Seven Deadlies warm up

12/7

 

MBTI `in Hamlet

12/10

 

Seven Deadlies in Hamlet

12/11

 

Plot Review (tragedy/tragic hero talk)

12/12

 

Essay Intro – brainstorming and outlining

12/13

 

Outlining/Intro

12/14

 

Intro. drafting

12/17

 

Body Paragraphs – drafting

12/18

 

Drafting

12/19

 

Conclusion and drafting

12/20

 

Peer Revision

12/21

 

Essay drafting/

submission

 

Week of November 13th: Wrapping Up Act II; Beginning Acting Project!

Monday, 11/12: NO SCHOOL – VETERAN'S DAY!

Tuesday, 11/13 (plan): the students will finish watching Act II of Hamlet and will then complete a study guide for the act.

Wednesday, 11/14 (plan): Once all students have completed the study guide, the class will review. Then, the class will begin working on the Acting Project!.

Thursday, 11/15 (plan): This is day two of the acting project :-)

Friday, 11/16 (plan): This is the last of three days dedicated to the acting project: student groups present on Monday!

******HOMEWORK******

If you intend to resubmit your essay, it is due no later than Friday, November 30th.

Week of November 5th: Wrapping Up Act I of Hamlet; Watching Acts I and II

Monday, 11/5 (plan): The students will finish up reviewing their scene translations. Then, the class wil work on completing comprehension questions related to their reading.

Tuesday, 11/6 (plan): The class will take notes historical/background information for Shakespeare and Hamlet.

Wednesday, 11/7 (plan): The class will begin watching Hamlet.

Thursday, 11/8 (plan): The class will wrap up Hamlet Acts I and II, and then will complete independent work with the text on Act II.

Friday, 11/9 (plan): The class will complete independent work with the text on Act II.

Week of October 29: beginning of Hamlet!

Monday, 10/29: Students will work on their Canterbury Tales essays, as necessary, in order to perfect their work before it's graded.

Tuesday, 10/30 (plan): The class will read Shakespeare's Hamlet: Act I, scene i. We will work on translating it together

Wednesday, 10/31 (plan): Students will work in groups to create a line-by-line translation of their assigned scene. They will then present it to their class.

Thursday, 11/1 (plan): The class will review students translations of scenes from Act I.

Friday, 11/2 (plan): The students will take notes on the historical background of Hamlet.

Week of October 22: End of CT/Beginning of Hamlet

Monday, October 22 (plan): Students were given information about writing introductions and conclusions, and then spent the rest of the time writing.

Tuesday, October 23 (plan): Today is the last day for writing in class. 

Wednesday, October 24 (plan): Students will begin our Hamlet unit by examining the concept of "teen angst" and looking at their place in this world.

Thursday, October 25 (plan): Students will peer revise their essays, and then continue their day by participating in improv activities.

Friday, October 26 (plan): The class will begin reading Act I of Hamlet together in order to establish a mood for beginning of the play.

***HOMEWORK***

Essay Timeline (remaining steps)

  • October 23 – Last day of class time for writing
  • October 25 – Peer revision
  • October 26: ESSAY DUE BY 8AM on Friday, October 26th! 

Week of October 15: Canterbury Tales Essay and Writing Workshop

Find the most up-to-date plan for our writing project here!

Monday, 10/15 (plan): Students will be introduced to the Canterbury Tales writing assignment (find the rubric here). We will begin collecting evidence, and if there's time, we'll start outlining.

Tuesday, 10/16 (plan): Students will create an outline for their Canterbury Tales essays.

Wednesday, 10/17 (plan): With information on how to develop body paragraphs, students will begin to draft essays.  ***OUTLINE DUE!

Thursday, 10/18 (plan): Students will continue to draft essays, and will learn some information about introductions and conclusions.

Friday, 10/19 (plan): Students will continue to draft essays, and will self-revise if there's time and opportunity to do so. . ***ONE DEVELOPED PARAGRAPH DUE!

 

WRITING TIMELINE:

  • Monday, October 15th: Receive prompt; begin outlining.

  • Tuesday, October 16th: Outlining.

  • Wednesday, October 17th:  Body paragraph instruction; work time.  ***OUTLINE DUE!

  • Thursday, October 18th: Intro and conclusion instruction; work time.

  • Friday, October 19th:  Work time . ***ONE DEVELOPED PARAGRAPH DUE!

  • Monday, October 22nd: Work time. ***DRAFTED INTRO/CONCLUSION DUE.

  • Wednesday, October 24th: Peer revision.

  • Thursday, October 25th: ESSAY DUE BY MIDNIGHT

Week of October 8th: Student-led Tale Lessons and Writing Assignment

Monday, October 8 (plan): To each other and in groups, the students will present information about assigned Canterbury tales. Student learners will collect required information for each presentation.

Tuesday, October 9 (plan): The students will finish their 'Teach a Tale' activity and will wrap up the unit by connecting the tales to topics from our unit.

Wednesday, October 10 (plan): The students will participate in a prewriting activity in which they work in groups to discuss the text and collect textual data which will eventually work to support their writing.

Thursday, October 11 (plan): The students will be introduced to the unit's writing assignment and will begin working on it by collecting more data and outlining.

***HOMEWORK***

  • Proposal Package (Proposal, Parent Agreement Form, Mentor Agreement Form, Background Form and ID emailed) due TUESDAY, October 9th!