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B2. Monday, September 10 th Daily Journal (4) Write a 1-2 sentence response to what you just viewed. How did it impact you?. AP To Do: View a quick news story Daily Journal Summer Reading: 4 days late Final Minutes of AP essay section Period 2: 10 minutes Period 4: 20 minutes

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Monday, September 10thDaily Journal (4)Write a 1-2 sentence response to what you just viewed. How did it impact you?

AP To Do:

  • View a quick news story
  • Daily Journal
  • Summer Reading: 4 days late
  • Final Minutes of AP essay section
    • Period 2: 10 minutes
    • Period 4: 20 minutes
  • Review SOAPSTONE process and expectations
  • Quiz on the reading 
  • Class discussion on reading
  • Homework for Wednesday: Read pages 83-94 (Cisneros and Shteyngart) Complete SOAPSTONE- make sure that you bring it with you on Wednesday!
advisory
Advisory
  • To Do:
  • Schedules for Open House- this Thursday at 7.
  • Senior Meeting on Wed.- Peer Leadership Program
  • Senior Picture make-ups on Monday, Sept 24th (advisory has been extended through this day)
  • Planners
  • Demerit options
  • Look at the Period 8 schedule of classes
  • Go on eschool and check out your current grades and classes
  • Paradigm of Education video (if we have time)
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Tuesday, September 11thDaily Journal (4)Today is the Anniversary of September 11th- Does this day still impact you? Explain why or why not.

  • Senior English To Do:
  • Daily Journal
  • You have to do the following:
      • 45 minutes to complete webquest poster
      • 45 minutes to participate in a Stay and Stray Activity

Agenda for Thursday:

DeVry will be coming to work with you.

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Wednesday, September 12thDaily Journal (5)Have you ever felt the need to prove yourself to a family member?-Explain why or why not.

AP To Do:

Daily Journal

Quiz on Readings (Cisneros and Shteyngart)

SOAPSTONE(for each reading) must be complete and on your desk

Group activity to review readings

Whole class discussion

Homework for Friday: Read Angelou and Smith-Yackel(pg. 107-117) and complete SOAPSTONES for readings.

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Thursday, September 13thDaily Journal (5)Explain ONE thing that you learned from the Anglo-saxonwebquest.
  • Senior English To Do:
  • Daily Journal (turn in for 25 point credit)
  • DeVry Presentation by Carol O’Shea
  • Reminder for Monday:
  • We will finish up webquest Stay and Stray
  • SAT #2 quiz on Wednesday, Sept. 19th
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Friday, September 14thDaily Journal (1st- 2nd week)Explain ONE interesting thing that you learned about mayaangelou.

AP To Do:

  • Complete journal and turn in. (worth 25 points)
  • Quiz on Readings (Angelou and Smith-Yackel)
  • SOAPSTONE(for each reading) must be complete and on your desk
  • Group activity (3 to a group) to review readings

Homework for Tuesday: Read Gansbergand Orwell (pg. 120-132) and complete SOAPSTONES for readings.