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Enc 1102 agenda for march 25

Enc 1102 agenda for march 25

  • Daily Objective:

    • To appreciate poetry during Socratic Seminars and other critical analysis methods; to become a better writer by modeling one’s poems after the works of significant poems.

    • To appreciate great works of British literature by reading and analyzing a novel on our own.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Turn in notebook

    • Quiz on your British Literature book

    • Work on your project on your British Literature book when finished (p. 39); it is due at BEGINNING of period next class.

    • Remember to bring in a FOOD SOMEHOW RELATED TO YOUR BOOK next class period as well (or a story about the kind of food someone in your book ate/would eat that is 350-500 words)


Enc 1102 agenda for march 27

Enc 1102 agenda for march 27

  • Daily Objective:

    • To appreciate poetry during Socratic Seminars and other critical analysis methods; to become a better writer by modeling one’s poems after the works of significant poems.

    • To appreciate great works of British literature by reading and analyzing a novel on our own.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Share how food relates to book and then put it on table

    • Share project

    • Participate in our Book Talk as we eat food and discuss books in a civilized manner

    • Remember next period we will work on the rough draft of our poem analysis

    • Remember Friday you should post one of your journals to the Discussion Board of turnitin and comment on someone else’s journal

    • Please also remember if you have borrowed an SAT/ACT book from me, I REALLY need it back. I no longer have any for students to practice with.


Enc 1102 agenda for march 31

ENC 1102 Agenda for March 31

  • Daily Objective:

    • To appreciate poetry during Socratic Seminars and other critical analysis methods; to become a better writer by modeling one’s poems after the works of significant poems.

    • To appreciate great works of British literature by reading and analyzing a novel on our own.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Work on Poem Analysis Essay (p. 32); due tonight at 11:59 pm

    • If time, continue to read poems and write poems

    • Warning: We will review for poetry test on Friday; we will take it next Tuesday and it will be worth 200 points.


Enc 1102 agenda for april 2 2014

ENC 1102 Agenda for april 2, 2014

  • Daily Objective: To totes read poetry and stuff!

  • Daily Assignment:

    • Do a Guessing Poem as a warm-up, then:

    • Read:

      • Do Not Go Gentle into that Good Night

      • Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird

      • Swan and Shadow

      • Concrete Cat

      • First Love: A Quiz

      • Cinderella

      • America

      • Learning to love America

    • Write one of the following:

      • Poem on “Thirteen Ways of Looking at…”

      • Concrete Poem

      • Poem That is in the form of a quiz

      • Poem that is based on a fairy tale character

      • Poem on America

    • Complete peer editing tonight by 11:59; work on it in Rm. 214

    • Next class period—we will review for our Poetry Test; it will be on Tuesday; due to test being Tuesday, I have moved the final draft due date of the poem analysis to April 16. Your paper proposal is still due April 8. Your brainstorming and works cited for your literary analysis is still due April 10.


Question who is she

Question: Who is she?

  • Although she feeds me bread of bitterness,And sinks into my throat her tiger's tooth,Stealing my breath of life, I will confessI love this cultured hell that tests my youth!Her vigor flows like tides into my blood,Giving me strength erect against her hate.Her bigness sweeps my being like a flood.Yet as a rebel fronts a king in state,I stand within her walls with not a shredOf terror, malice, not a word of jeer.Darkly I gaze into the days ahead,And see her might and granite wonders there,Beneath the touch of Time's unerring hand,Like priceless treasures sinking in the sand.


Enc 1102 agenda for april 4 2014

Enc 1102 agenda for april 4, 2014

  • Play Jeopardy to review for Tuesday’s Poetry Test

  • Write one of the poems on the board; choose one in your group to share with the class

  • Review for test using Review Guide and Jeopardy answers for rest of period


Enc 1102 agenda for april 8 2014

Enc 1102 agenda for april 8, 2014

  • Daily Objective: To be successful in taking a test over our Poetry Unit

  • Daily Assignment:

    • Complete Short Answer section to test

    • Complete Multiple Choice section to test (this part only is open book)

    • When finished with test--Complete Paper Proposal on Literary Analysis Research Paper/Comment on Someone’s Paper Proposal; this is due tonight at 11:59 pm to Discussion Board of turnitin!


Enc 1102 agenda for april 10 2014

ENC 1102 Agenda for April 10, 2014

  • Daily Objective: To be successful in completing a college-level literary analysis.

  • Daily Assignment:

    • Work on Brainstorming Template and Works Cited for Literary Analysis in Rm. 214 (3A works in-class using laptops); use only Gale to find sources; this is due tonight at 11:59 pm


Enc 1102 agenda for april 14 2014

ENC 1102 agenda for april 14, 2014

  • Daily Objective: To read and analyze a significant work of drama.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Extra Credit Quiz due to Senior Skip Day

    • Begin reading The Importance of Being Earnest

    • We will take an open book test (with an in-class essay!) on this play on April 25. It will be worth 125 points.

    • Remember to ask me any questions you have about your poem analysis essay; I put comments on it


Enc 1102 agenda for april 16 2014

ENC 1102 agenda for april 16, 2014

  • Daily Objective: To read and analyze a significant work of drama.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Continue reading The Importance of Being Earnest

    • Work on final draft of poem analysis for last half of class in Rm. 213 for 1A and 2A; laptops for 3A (is due tonight at 11:59 pm); YOU NEED TO HIGHLIGHT IN YELLOW ON YOUR FINAL DRAFT THE CHANGES YOU MADE FROM YOUR ROUGH DRAFT!

    • Warning: We will work on our rough draft of our literary analysis research paper next week; it is due on April 23


Enc 1102 agenda for april 21 2014

ENC 1102 agenda for april 21, 2014

  • Daily Objective: To be successful in completing a college-level literary analysis.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Finish reading The Importance of Being Earnest

    • Work on rough draft of literary analysis in Rm. 214 for 1A and 2A; laptops for 3A; remember your rough draft is April 23 at 11:59 pm. WARNING: I WILL NOT PUT COMMENTS ON IT IF YOU ARE ABSENT THE DAY IT IS DUE.


Enc 1102 agenda for april 23 2014

ENC 1102 agenda for april 23, 2014

  • Daily Objective: To be successful in completing a college-level literary analysis.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Work on rough draft of literary analysis in classroom

    • It is due tonight at 11:59 pm

    • Next class period we will have an open book test/in-class essay on The Importance of Being Earnest


Enc 1102 agenda for april 25 2014

ENC 1102 agenda for april 25, 2014

  • Daily Objective:

    • To be successful in completing a college-level literary analysis.

    • To read and analyze a significant work of drama.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Complete Open Book Test on The Importance of Being Earnest; complete in-class essay on it as well

    • When finished, work on peer editing of our literary analysis with laptops; it is due tonight at 11:59pm


Enc 1102 agenda for april 29

ENC 1102 Agenda for april 29

  • Daily Objective: To visually appreciate a great work of British literature.

  • Daily Assignment:

    • Return papers; remind everyone of upcoming due dates

    • Assign Then and Now Powerpoint/Poem—due Thursday by 11:59 pm

    • Begin watching Pride and Prejudice; we will do some kind of assignment on it when we finish


Enc 1102 agenda for may 1

Enc 1102 agenda for may 1

  • Daily Objective: To visually appreciate a great work of British literature.

  • Daily Assignment:

    • Finish watching Pride and Prejudice and do assignment on it

    • Remember to turn in Then and Now Powerpoint and poem by 11:59 pm tonight


Enc 1102 agenda for may 5

ENC 1102 Agenda for may 5

  • Daily Objective: To appreciate and understand existential works of literature.

  • Daily Assignment:

    • Begin reading The Glass Menagerie; this is the last MAJOR work we will read this school year; the final exam will have questions on this AND our final exam essay will be on this.

    • Next class period we will work on our final draft of our literary analysis research paper and/or our powerpoint presentation of our literary analysis research paper; you can feel free to look over the comments I have already made on it if you would like to get to work on it early!


Enc 1102 agenda for may 7

Enc 1102 agenda for may 7

  • Daily Objective: To become a better writer by analyzing a work of British literature.

  • Daily Assignment:

    • Work on final draft of literary analysis research paper and/or powerpoint presentation of literary analysis research paper in classroom using laptops provided


Enc 1102 agenda for may 9

Enc 1102 agenda for may 9

  • Daily Objective: To become a better writer by analyzing a work of British literature.

  • Daily Assignment:

    • Work on final draft of literary analysis research paper and/or powerpoint presentation of literary analysis research paper in classroom using laptops provided; due tonight at 11:59 pm.


Enc 1102 agenda for may 13

ENC 1102 Agenda for May 13

  • Daily Objective: To read and analyze significant works of British literature.

  • Daily Assignment:

    • Present Powerpoint on British Literary Analysis Paper


Enc 1102 agenda for may 15

ENC 1102 Agenda for May 15

  • Daily Objective: To read and analyze significant works of British literature.

  • Daily Assignment:

    • Finish Powerpoints, if necessary

    • Pass out final exam review

    • Continue reading The Glass Menagerie

    • Next class period we will complete a Socratic Seminar on The Glass Menagerie; instructions for it are on p. 63-65


Enc 1102 agenda for may 19

ENC 1102 Agenda for May 19

  • Daily Objective: To read and analyze significant works of British literature.

  • Daily Assignment:

    • Finish reading The Glass Menagerie

    • Complete Socratic Seminar on it (p. 63-65)


Enc 1102 agenda for may 21

ENC 1102 Agenda for May 21

  • Daily Objective: To read and analyze significant works of British literature.

  • Daily Assignment:

    • Complete Chinese Lantern activity on p. 62

    • Do Performance of a Scene activity on p. 62

    • Work on final exam review, if time


Enc 1102 agenda for may 23

ENC 1102 Agenda for May 23

  • Daily Objective: To read and analyze significant works of British and World literature.

  • Daily Assignment:

    • Take Final Exam

    • Have a wonderful:

      • Graduation

      • College Experience

      • Career

      • Life


Ap agenda for march 24 b day

Ap agenda for march 24 (B Day)

  • Daily Objective: To appreciate works of nonfiction through the independent reading and analysis of a book of one’s choosing.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • RLARS for part of class(I will verify book you are reading)

    • Work on Great Test Makers are Great Test Takers Assignment (due April 2) using my laptops if finished with book; remember you must cover the ENTIRE book in MC questions; template is on my website

    • Work on Project on RLARS book on p. 370b (due March 28)

    • Remember your notebook is due March 26 AND your quiz on your book is March 26!

    • SCHEDULING IS ALSO DONE MARCH 28!


Ap agenda for march 25 26

Ap agenda for march 25/26

  • Daily Objective: To appreciate works of nonfiction through the independent reading and analysis of a book of one’s choosing.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Kiana—See me for pass to finish AP test on OMAM.

    • Turn in notebook

    • Quiz on RLARS book

    • When finished with quiz, work on:

      • Great Test Makers Are Great Test Takers (due April 2) in Rm. 213

      • RLARS Project on p. 370b (due at the BEGINNING of next class period)

      • Remember Friday you should post one of your JQs to the Discussion Board of turnitin and comment on someone else’s JQ


Ap agenda for march 27 28

Ap agenda for march 27/28

  • Daily Objective: To appreciate works of nonfiction through the independent reading and analysis of a book of one’s choosing.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Scheduling is completed in media center after you turn in project on RLARS book

    • WARNING: YOU MUST TELL ME IF YOU NEED TO TAKE/RETAKE THE PERT TEST IN ORDER TO QUALIFY FOR TAKING DUAL ENROLLMENT CLASSES BEFORE YOU GO TO THE MEDIA CENTER

    • Alondra, Victoria Sawicki, Kara, Kimber, Anna, Katie—I have a form you need!!

    • Work on Great Test Makers Are Great Test Takers Assignment in media center when finished with scheduling(this will be our last in-class time on this)

    • Remember to bring in a food related to your book (or a story about the kind of food someone in your book ate/would eat that is 350-500 words) on April 2/3

    • Please also remember if you have borrowed an SAT/ACT book from me, I REALLY need it back. I no longer have any for students to practice with.


Ap agenda for march 31 april 1

AP Agenda for March 31/april 1

  • Daily Objective: To appreciate works of nonfiction through the independent reading and analysis of a book of one’s choosing.

  • Daily Assignment:

    • Pass out agendas through May 9; pass back OMAM exam; go over sample essays

    • Complete Reflection on Of Mice and Men exam using template on my website in Rm. 214 during 4A, 1B, 2B (3B uses my laptops); due April 1 at 11:59 pm to turnitin.com

    • Remember to bring in a food related to your book (or a story about the kind of food someone in your book ate/would eat that is 350-500 words) next class period for our Book Talk


Ap agenda for april 2 3

AP Agenda for april 2/3

  • Daily Objective: To appreciate works of nonfiction through the independent reading and analysis of a book of one’s choosing.

  • Daily Assignment:

    • Share how food is related to book

    • Participate in Book Talk with samples from Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richard’s Almanack and his Autobiography as you eat

    • As you finish Book Talk, in your group create a Life’s Little Instruction Book according to p. 380a; you will share your best advice when finished


Ap agenda for april 4 7

AP Agenda for April 4/7

  • Daily Objective: To appreciate the works of early Americans by reading works that led to the success of the American Revolution.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Read “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”; discuss; do questions

    • Read Patrick Henry’s “Speech to the Virginia Convention”; discuss; do questions

    • Assign Persuasive Speech; due April 21(A)/April 22(B)

    • Warning: We will taken ANOTHER “REAL” AP EXAM on April 10/11 (Synthesis and Rhetorical Essay) and April 14/15 (MC and Argument Essay) on American Revolutionary Writings. It will be worth 200 points. It will be partially on nonfiction readings we have covered in-class or on topics covered in class. It will be challenging.


Ap agenda for april 8 9

AP Agenda for April 8/9

  • Daily Objective: To appreciate the works of early Americans by reading works that led to the success of the American Revolution.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Read Thomas Paine’s “The Crisis” and do questions; discuss

    • Read excerpts from Of Plymouth Plantation; discuss

    • Read Dave Barry’s take on the American Constitution from Hits Below the Beltway; in a group come up with 10 Other Amendments you would add to the Constitution; be ready to share your best ones!

    • Remember next class period we will begin another AP Exam on American Revolutionary Writings.


Ap agenda for april 10 11

AP Agenda for april 10/11

  • Daily Objective: To appreciate the works of early Americans by reading works that led to the success of the American Revolution.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Write Synthesis and Rhetorical Analysis Essay on American Revolutionary Writings


Ap agenda for april 14 15

AP AGENDA FOR APRIL 14/15

  • Daily Objective: To appreciate the works of early Americans by reading works that led to the success of the American Revolution.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Write Argument Essay and complete MC questions on American Revolutionary Writings

    • Next class period, we will register in the Smith Center for the AP exam; we will also do research on our Persuasive Speech, which will be presented on April 21/22.


Ap agenda for april 16 17

AP AGENDA FOR APRIL 16/17

  • Daily Objective: To appreciate the works of early Americans by reading works that led to the success of the American Revolution.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Register for the AP Exam in the Smith Center; remember to write down your AP number as you register so you can sign-up for www.apscore.org

    • Work on persuasive speech in Rm. 213; it is presented next class period; transcript of speech is due to turnitin BY THE TIME CLASS STARTS


Ap agenda for april 21 22

AP AGENDA FOR APRIL 21/22

  • Daily Objective: To appreciate the works of early Americans by reading works that led to the success of the American Revolution.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Present Persuasive Speeches; turn in transcript when finished


Ap agenda for april 23 24

AP agenda for april 23/24

  • Daily Objective: To appreciate the works of early Americans by reading works that led to the success of the American Revolution.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • If necessary, finish persuasive speeches

    • Pass back AP Exam on American Revolutionary Writings

    • We will then have some people using laptops and some people doing work in the guidebook. This is your assignment for the rest of the period:

      • Work on MutipleChoice Analysis; Reflection of AP Exam on American Revolutionary Writings (on p. 390a and 390b) and Emerson Quoting Activity (p. 307-); turn in by end of period

      • Write final draft of essay using my laptops (labs not available due to FCAT); due April 25 at 11:59 pm


Ap agenda for april 25 28

AP Agenda for april 25/28

  • Daily Objective: To appreciate the works of American writers who wrote in the 1800s.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Turn in Emerson Quoting Activity/Reflection if you did not last class period

    • Take MC Practice Books home

    • Pass out literary terms to be covered in May 1st/2nd Literary Terms Skits; Pass out illustrations of literary terms from 1st semester (which never came in until way after your took your quiz)

    • Read excerpts from Ralph Waldo Emerson on p. 240-248 and pass out CHEAT SHEET FOR AP ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION EXAM

    • You will then be broken up into groups to cover a concept to present to the class; A leader from each group will present why your writing was so strong in the middle during a “EMERSON BATTLE”; we will then decide which group was most persuasive for 10 BATTLES

    • When finished, watch clip to Alive Inside

    • We will work on our Emersonian/Thoreauvian Song Presentation using laptops in the same groups (p. 432)


Enc 1102 agenda for march 25

Are you

ready to

battle it

out?


Ap agenda for april 29 30

AP AGENDA FOR APRIL 29/30

  • Daily Objective: To appreciate the works of American writers who wrote in the 1800s.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • In group, finish 10 literature/nonfiction ex and 10 quotes on 3rd page of cheat sheet

    • Finish Emerson Battles 6,7,8,10 and Song Presentation

      • Turn in Song Presentation to turnitin

      • Exchange with one other group

    • In a group, create analysis questions on an Early English Language passage (instructions on p. 433) and post it to turnitin

    • When finished, print two copies of it on my computer.

    • Trade with another group and answer the other group’s questions.

    • If time, trade with a second group and do the activity again.


Ap agenda for may 1 2

AP AGENDA FOR MAY 1/2

  • Daily Objective: To work on skills to ensure success on May 9th’s AP Exam.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Create skit on literary terms you have been assigned and present it to the class; this will aid you in studying for exam

    • Read sample essays from 1995-1998 and annotate; you will then be assigned to a group and brainstorm on how to respond to a few of them

    • Bring mc books next class period


Ap agenda for may 5 6

AP Agenda for May 5/6

  • Daily Objective: To work on skills to ensure success on May 9th’s AP Exam.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Those who were absent—please get summer reading assignment for Dual Enrollment English or English IV for College Readiness

    • Warning: Please let me know if you are allergic to peanut butter; I am making PB and Js for our snack during the AP exam.

    • Go over instructions for next class period’s

      Amazing Race

    • Take Quiz on Cheat Sheet

    • Finish review of AP essays


Ap agenda for may 7 8

AP Agenda for May 7/8

  • Daily Objective: To work on skills to ensure success on May 9th’s AP Exam.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Welcome to the 7th Annual Amazing Race


Ap agenda for may 9 12

AP Agenda for may 9-12

  • Daily Objective/s: To reflect upon our results on our AP exam

  • Daily Activities and Assessment:

  • Begin decompressing assignments after briefly discussing exam

  • Complete Poetry Kits in a group

  • Do a Choral Reading of a poem


Ap agenda for may 13 14

AP Agenda for may 13-14

  • Daily Objective/s: To analyze a work of drama in preparation for next year’s English class.

  • Daily Activities and Assessment:

  • Go over instructions for Writing Portfolio, which is due the day of the exam

  • Assign parts and begin reading the screenplay of To Kill a Mockingbird


Ap agendas for may 15 16

AP Agendas for may 15-16

  • Daily Objective/s: To analyze a work of drama in preparation for next year’s English class.

  • Daily Activities and Assessment:

  • Students will finish reading TKAM; we will have a Socratic Seminar on it next period


Ap agenda for may 19 20

Ap agenda for may 19/20

  • Daily Objective/s: To participate in a sophisticated intellectual discussion and analysis

  • Daily Activities and Assessment:

  • Socratic Seminar on To Kill a Mockingbird

  • Begin watchingSeabiscuit


Ap agenda for may 21 22

AP Agenda for may 21/22

  • Daily Objective/s: To analyze visual text to prepare us for next year’s English class.

  • Daily Activities and Assessment:

  • Turn in notebook

  • Finish watching Seabiscuitand complete literary analysis activity on it

  • Reminder: Turn in JQ/Response by May 23


Ap agenda for may 23 27

AP Agenda for may 23/27

  • Daily Objective/s: To be comfortable performing in front of one’s peers.

  • Daily Activities and Assessment:

  • Complete Poetry Alive! Activity


Ap agenda for may 28 29

AP Agenda for May 28/29

  • Daily Objective: To work on a portfolio displaying the best of our work of the year.

  • Daily Assignments:

  • In the Circle of Love and Understanding, read Patterns article; do activity on it

  • After this, you will do Grandma’s Soundtrack and Poetry, Schmoetry activity (p. 370-371 in Guidebook)


Ap agenda for may 30 june 2

AP Agenda for may 30/june 2

  • Daily Objective: To work on a portfolio displaying the best of our work of the year.

  • Daily Assignments:

    • Work on Writing Portfolio or Summer Reading Assignment


Ap agenda for day of exam

AP agenda for day of exam

  • Share one aspect of portfolio and then turn it in.

  • Watch excerpts from Randy Pausch’s

    The Last Lecture, which he used to inspire his book The Last Lecture


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