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English 11 April 30-May 4, 2018
Due Date: 4/30/2018
Subject: English 11

Monday:           Plans subject to change due to weather   

Go over tone (page 63)
Mood/Tone worksheet

Go over main idea and practice (64-65)

Main idea worksheet

Tuesday:

Defining vocabulary in text and practice (66-67)

Fact and opinion and practice (68-69)

Text structure (70-72)

Text structure, continued (73-77)

Wednesday:

Diction and connotation/denotation worksheet (78)

Reading between the lines (79)

Practice 1 and 2 (80-81)

Thursday:

Reading SOL 2014 (questions 1-55)

Friday:

Go over missed questions

2009 released test (questions 1-50)



English 11 April 23-27, 2018
Due Date: 4/23/2018
Subject: English 11

Monday:           Plans subject to change due to weather   

Copy Root 7, unit 2 definitions 

Go over author’s bias and persuasive techniques (page 57)

Continue highlighting speech for persuasive techniques

 

**6th: Root 7b also  

Tuesday:

Complete a/b/c/d for a grade  

Go over and complete oxymoron on page 58.

Create your own oxymoron examples

Wednesday:

Go over and complete paradox (59)

Complete oxymoron/paradox worksheet

Go over and complete point of view (60-61)

Point of view worksheet

Thursday:

Root 7b test  

Complete and copy notes on major themes

Friday:

Nonfiction article

 



English 11 April 16-20, 2018
Due Date: 4/16/2018
Subject: English 11

Monday:           Plans subject to change due to weather   

Copy Root 5, unit 2 definitions 

Go over character notes (page 51)

Complete character worksheet (grade)

 

**6th: RPS 17

Tuesday:

Go over characterization (page 52) and complete practice (page 53)

Complete characterization worksheet (grade)

Wednesday:

Turn in a/b/c/d for a grade 

Go over irony and complete practice (pages 54-55)

 

**6th: RPS 16 handout

Thursday:

Irony worksheet (grade)

Go over mood (56)

Complete mood worksheet (grade)

Friday:

Root 5b test

Go over author’s bias and persuasive techniques (page 57)

Begin highlighting speech for persuasive techniques

 

**6th: RPS 17 test



English 11 April 3-6, 2018
Due Date: 4/3/2018
Subject: English 11

Monday:           Plans subject to change due to weather   

No school-Easter Break   

Tuesday:

Copy Root 1, unit 2 definitions  

Cut, glue, and go over literary terms (pages 41-42)

Worksheet for pages 41-42

 

**6th: RPS 16

Wednesday:

Go over literary terms pages 43-44

Worksheet on pages 43-44

Complete c/d together

Turn in a/b for a grade 

 

**6th: RPS 16 handout

Thursday:

Open notes literary terms test

Cut and glue all handouts into reading notebook

Nonfiction

Friday:

Root 1b test



English 11 March 19-23, 2018
Due Date: 3/19/2018
Subject: English 11

Monday:           Plans subject to change due to weather                             

Continue SOL review   

Go over TestNav when all students are present

Tuesday:

Continue SOL review

Wednesday:

Type essay 30

Thursday:

Continue SOL review

Friday:

Continue SOL review    



English 11 March 5-9, 2018
Due Date: 3/5/2018
Subject: English 11

Monday:           Plans subject to change due to weather                             

Bell ringer

Correct sentence construction test

Nonfiction article  

Tuesday:

Bell ringer

Cut, glue, and go over fragments, run-ons, and comma splices (47)

Complete worksheet on page 48 (Test on Thursday)

Wednesday:

Sentences, fragments, and run-ons worksheet

Prewrite essay 5
Thomas Jefferson wrote, “Determine never to be idle…It is wonderful how much may be done if we are always doing.” Do we accomplish more if we are always doing something, or does inactivity also serve a purpose? Take a position on this question. Support your response with reasons and specific examples.

Thursday:

Bell ringer

Fragment/run-on/comma splice test

Exchange prewrite and give feedback

Friday:

Bell ringer quiz

Discuss essay topics   



English 11 February 26-March 2, 2018
Due Date: 2/26/2018
Subject: English 11

Monday:           Plans subject to change due to weather                             

Copy Root 20 words

Problem verb and problem pronoun test

Tuesday:

Complete a, b, c, and d for a grade  

Cut, glue, and go over Sentence construction notes (pages 44-45)

Wednesday:

Cut, glue, and complete page 46 together.

Complete review sheet for a grade

Thursday:

Sentence construction test

Prewrite for essay topic:
Author Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, “Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.” Based on your experiences, do you agree or disagree with Emerson’s statement? Take a position on this issue. Support your response with reasons and specific examples.

Plicker if time allows

Friday:

Root 20 quiz

Nonfiction article

Begin typing essay  



English 11 February 19-23, 2018
Due Date: 2/19/2018
Subject: English 11

Monday:           Plans subject to change due to weather                             

Retake pronoun usage test

Continue typing essay 8.  

Tuesday:

Finish and submit essay 8.

Complete any make up work owed for this six weeks.

Wednesday:

Cut, glue, and go over problem verbs (pages 40 and 41)

Problem verbs additional practice

Thursday:

Cut, glue, and go over problem pronouns (pages 42 and 43)  

Problem pronouns additional practice

Friday:

Problem verbs and pronouns review sheet

Nonfiction article



English 11 February 12-16, 2018
Due Date: 2/12/2018
Subject: English 11

Monday:           Plans subject to change due to weather                             

Bell ringer

Copy root 19

Complete pronoun usage review

Tuesday:

Bell ringer

Complete c together.

Do a/b/d for a grade

Pronoun usage test

Wednesday:

Bell ringer

Complete prewrite for the following essay:

Author Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, “To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” Do you agree or disagree with Emerson’s statement about individuality? Take a position on this issue. Support your response with reasons and specific examples.

Thursday:

Bell ringer quiz

Begin typing essay  

Friday:

Root 19 quiz

Continue typing essay  



English 11 January 15, 2018
Due Date: 1/15/2018
Subject: English 11

Monday:           Plans subject to change due to weather                             

Bell ringer

Copy Root 17

Cut and glue pages 28, 30, and 32 in writing notebook

Go over page 28

Tuesday:

Bell ringer

Go over Root 17 c/d; do a/b for a grade

Cut, glue, and complete 29

Go over 30

Wednesday:

Bell ringer

Cut, glue, and complete 31

Go over 32

Cut, glue, and complete 33

Thursday:

Bell ringer quiz

Prewrite essay four: The British naturalist and politician John Lubbock wrote, “Your character will be what you yourself choose to make it.” Do we choose our own character traits, or is our character formed by influences beyond our control? Take a position on this issue. Support your response with reasons and examples.

Friday:

Root 17 quiz

Write essay four



English 11 November 27-December 1, 2017
Due Date: 11/27/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:                                       

Bell ringer 10

Copy root 10 definitions

Create 3 examples of each

Prewrite for essay 3: Because of safety concerns, many states have increased the age at which teens can begin to drive. Your state legislature is considering raising the minimum driving age from 16 to 18. Do you think the minimum driving age should be raised? Take a position on this issue. Support your response with reasons and specific examples.

Must be detailed and complete.

Tuesday:

Bell ringer

Root c/d together

Complete a/b for a grade

Finish prewrite (for a grade)

Wednesday:

Bell ringer

Nonfiction article and summary

Write rough draft of essay 3

Thursday:

Open notes bell ringer quiz

Complete rough draft of essay.

Friday:

Root 10 quiz

Exchange rough drafts and peer review twice



English 11 November 13-17, 2017
Due Date: 11/13/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:                                       

Office 365 set up

Bell ringer Week 9

Tuesday:

Bell ringer

Copy Root words 9

Quotation marks open notes test

Wednesday:

Bell ringer

Go over c/d

Complete a/b for a grade

Cut, glue, and go over “special” punctuation notes in notebook 

Nonfiction if time allows

Thursday:

 Bell ringer quiz

Punctuation open notes test

Friday:

Root 9 quiz

Article of the week      



English 11 October 30-November 3, 2017
Due Date: 10/30/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:                                       

Bell ringer week 8

Begin typing essay on essayscorer.com

Tuesday:

Bell ringer

Finish and submit essay

Wednesday:

Bell ringer

Review sheet on commas, semicolons, colons, and end marks of punctuation  

Thursday:

Bell ringer open notes quiz

Comma, semicolon, and colon test

Nonfiction article

Friday:

Article of the Week     



English 11 October 23-27, 2017
Due Date: 10/23/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:                                       

Bell ringer week 7

Copy Root 7 notes

Review sheet 2 on semicolons and colons

Tuesday:

Bell ringer

Semicolon and colon test

Go over 7 C and D
Complete A and B; turn in at the end of class

Get with a partner and create 3 examples of new words using the roots, prefixes, or suffixes listed (use cell phones if needed)

Wednesday:

Bell ringer

Prewrite essay 2 in your writing notebook:
Many schools require students to participate in volunteer programs in their communities as a requirement for graduation. However, some people feel that requiring students to volunteer defeats the purpose of volunteering. Do you think students should be required to volunteer in their communities to receive their high school diplomas? Take a position on this issue. Support your response with reasons and specific examples.  

Thursday:

Bell ringer open notes quiz

Continue prewrite and begin rough draft

Friday:

Root 7 quiz

Finish rough draft

Peer review/edit    



English 11 October 16-20, 2017
Due Date: 10/16/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:                                       

Bell ringer week 6

Copy root 6 definitions

Comma worksheet

Tuesday:

Bell ringer

Get with a partner and create 3 examples of new words using the roots (Possible cell phone usage)

Go over root 6 c and d

Root 6 a and b due tomorrow

Comma quiz

Wednesday:

Bell ringer

Cut, glue, and go over semicolon rules in writing notebook

Semicolon worksheet

Thursday:

Bell ringer open notes quiz

Cut, glue, and go over colon rules in writing notebook

Colon worksheet

Friday:

Root 5 quiz

Nonfiction article   



English 11 October 9-13, 2017
Due Date: 10/9/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:                                       

Bell ringer week 5

Copy root 5 definitions

Cut, glue, and go over punctuation notes in writing notebook

Tuesday:

Bell ringer

Get with a partner and create 3 examples of new words using the roots (Possible cell phone usage)

Go over root 5 c and d

Root 5 a and b due tomorrow

General punctuation worksheet

Wednesday:

Bell ringer

Cut, glue, and go over comma rules in writing notebook

Comma worksheet

Thursday:

Bell ringer open notes quiz

Plicker review for root 5 (4th period)  

Nonfiction article

Friday:

Root 5 quiz

Article of the week  



English 11 October 2-6, 2017
Due Date: 10/2/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:                                       

Bell ringer week 4

Copy root 4 definitions

Finish article of the week if you did not finish on Friday.

Tuesday:

Bell ringer

Get with a partner and create 3 examples of new words using the roots

Go over root 4 c and d

Root 4 a and b due tomorrow

Review sheet on capitalization (Test tomorrow)  

Wednesday:

Bell ringer

Capitalization test  

Thursday:

Bell ringer open notes quiz

Plicker review for root 4

Nonfiction article

Friday:

Root 4 quiz

Article of the week due at the end of class  



English 11 September 25-29, 2017
Due Date: 9/25/2017
Subject: English 11

 

Monday:                                       

Bell ringer week 3

PRETEST

Copy root 3 definitions

Tuesday:

Bell ringer

Get with a partner and create 3 examples of new words using the roots

Go over root 3 c and d

Root 3 a and b due tomorrow

Cut and glue General Capitalization Rules

Go over notes

Wednesday:

Bell ringer

Cut and glue When not to capitalize

Capitalization worksheet

Thursday:

Bell ringer open notes quiz

Plicker review for root 3

Nonfiction article

Friday:

Root 3 quiz

Article of the week due at the end of class  



English 11 September 18-22, 2017
Due Date: 9/18/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:                                       No roots packet

**THIS WEEK WILL BE USED TO MAKE UP ANY MISSING ASSIGNMENTS**

Bell ringer week 2

Nonfiction article

Tuesday:

Bell ringer

Nonfiction article

Wednesday:

Bell ringer

Nonfiction article  

Thursday:

Bell ringer open notes quiz

Nonfiction article

Friday:

Nonfiction article



English 11 September 11-15, 2015
Due Date: 9/11/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Bell ringer

Copy Root 2 definitions in reading notebook

Cut, glue, and go over parts of speech for conjunctions, prepositions, and interjections

 

Tuesday:

Bell ringer

Complete unit 2 analogies (d); unit 2 a, b, and c due tomorrow 

8 parts of speech worksheet

Wednesday:

Bell ringer

Collect and go over unit 2

8 parts of speech quiz  

Thursday:

Bell ringer open notes quiz

Plicker review for unit 2 quiz  

Friday:

Unit 2 quiz

Nonfiction article  



English 11 September 5-8, 2017
Due Date: 9/5/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:

NO SCHOOL; LABOR DAY

 

Tuesday:

Cut, glue, go over parts of speech for pronouns and verbs

Wednesday:

Cut, glue, go over parts of speech for adjectives and adverbs

Thursday:

Yearbook pictures during this class period.

Read nonfiction article on Hurricane Harvey; complete 4 questions and complete a paragraph summary on the back

Friday:

Read and complete an article of the week summary.



English 11 August 28 - September 1, 2017
Due Date: 8/28/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Finish rough draft; exchange papers and peer edit/review

Begin typing essay 1: journey versus destination in www.essayscorer.com

 

Tuesday:

Continue typing essay 1

Copy Root 1 definitions

Wednesday:

Finish typing essay 1 (if needed)

Give out and go over as a class, lessons 3 and 4

Lessons 1 and 2 due tomorrow

Thursday:

Collect lessons 1 and 2

Plicker Root 1

Cut, glue and go over parts of speech in writing notebook

Friday:

Root 1 quiz

Continue going over parts of speech in writing notebook



English 11 April 24-28, 2017
Due Date: 4/24/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:               

  • Quiz 4-5 in green folder
  • Nonfiction (Newsela)

Tuesday:  

  • Practice test b in green folder

 

Wednesday:

  • 2014 SOL in green folder

Thursday:

  • 2009 SOL in green folder

 

Friday:

  • Relax and get ready for SOL on Monday


English 11 April 17-21, 2017
Due Date: 4/17/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:               

No School: Easter Break

 

Tuesday:  

  • Diction (page 78)
  • Reading between the lines (page 79)
  • Practice 1 and 2 (pages 80 and 81)
  • Nonfiction (Newsela)

Wednesday:

  • Putting it all together (pages 82-83)
  • Sample SOL questions (pages 84-91)

Thursday:

  • Practice Test A in green folders

 

Friday:

  • Quiz 1-3 in green folder


English 11 April 10-13, 2017
Due Date: 4/10/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:               

  • Paradox (page 59)
  • Point of View and practice (60-61)
  • Major themes (page 62)
  • Tone (page 63)
  • Finding the main idea (64-65)
  • Defining Vocabulary in Text (page 66)
  • Defining Vocabulary in Text Practice (page 67)
  • Complete nonfiction articles for homework throughout the week

 

Tuesday:  

  • Fact and Opinion (page 68)
  • Fact and Opinion Practice (page 69)
  • Introduce Text Structure (page 70)
  • Text Structure: Cause and Effect (page 71) and Practice (page 72)
  • Text Structure: Compare and Contrast (page 73)
  • Text Structure: Chronological or Sequence (page 74)

Wednesday:

  • Text Structure: Problem and Solution (page 75)
  • Text Structure: Spatial or Description (page 76)
  • Text Structure: Order of Importance (page 77)
  • Homework: Text Structure Practice

Thursday:

  • Go over Text Structure Practice
  • Diction (page 78)
  • Reading between the lines (page 79)
  • Practice 1 and 2 (pages 80 and 81)

Friday:

Good Friday – No School  



English 11 April 3-7, 2017
Due Date: 4/3/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:               SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER

Literary terms open notes quiz

Go over archetypes and author’s purpose (pages 46-48)

Complete page 49 (Author’s purpose worksheet)  

Complete a nonfiction article if time allows throughout the week

Tuesday:      

Go over cause and effect, character, characterization notes (pages 50-52)

Complete characterization practice (page 53)  

Wednesday:

Go over irony (page 54) and complete irony practice (page 55)

Go over mood, narrator/author’s bias, persuasive techniques (pages 56-57)

Homework: Read “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death” speech and list on a separate sheet the examples of pathos, ethos, and logos

Homework: Complete the context clue worksheet

Thursday:

Go over and highlight examples of pathos, ethos, and logos on speech

Go over oxymoron, paradox, point of view (pages 58-60)

Complete point of view practice (page 61)

Friday:

Discuss major themes in American literature, tone, and finding the main idea (pages 62-64)

Complete main idea practice (page 65)



English 11 March 27-31, 2017
Due Date: 3/27/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:               SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER

Review for multiple choice writing SOL tomorrow

Cut and glue into reading notebook

Tuesday:      

Multiple choice test

Review topics for direct writing prompt test Thursday

Cut and glue into reading notebook  

Wednesday:

Review topics for direct writing prompt test tomorrow

Cut and glue into reading notebook

Thursday:

SOL test

Cut and clue into reading notebook

Friday:

Go over literary terms in reading notebook

Write individual examples

Open notes quiz Monday



English 11 March 20-24, 2017
Due Date: 3/20/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:               SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER

Go over Pink SOL writing folder pages 23-186

Continue discussing writing prompts

 

Tuesday:      

Continue SOL practice tests and review from pink writing folder

Continue discussing writing prompts 

Wednesday:

Continue SOL practice tests and review from pink writing folder

Thursday:

Continue SOL practice tests and review from pink writing folder

Friday:

Continue SOL practice tests and review from pink writing folder



Eng. 11 March 13-17, 2017
Due Date: 3/13/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:               SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER

NO ROOTS PACKET THIS WEEK

Test on fragments, run-ons, comma splices, and sentences

Cut and glue 2009 SOL in writing notebook

Tuesday:      

Nonfiction

Finish 2009 test and go over correct answers

Wednesday:

Nonfiction

Finish going over 2009 test

TestNav demonstration

Thursday:

Writing topic discussion

Friday:

Cut and glue Lit terms pages 41-44

Finish going over writing topics



Eng. 11 March 6-10, 2017
Due Date: 3/6/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:               SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER

NO ROOTS PACKET THIS WEEK

Cut and glue Sentence construction notes on pages 44-45

Go over notes and fill in the blanks

Cut, glue, and complete Sentence construction practice (page 46)

Tuesday:      

Nonfiction

Complete sentence construction worksheet as review for test tomorrow

Wednesday:

Nonfiction

Sentence construction test

Thursday:

Cut and glue fragments, run-ons, and comma splices notes (page 47)

Go over notes

Cut, glue, and complete practice (page 48)

Nonfiction

Friday:

Fragment, run-on, and comma splice test

Make up work



Eng. 11 Feb. 27- March 3, 2017
Due Date: 2/27/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:               SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER

NO ROOTS PACKET THIS WEEK

Article of the week

Nonfiction

Tuesday:      

Prewrite essay 17 in writing notebook (complete the outline)

Nonfiction

Wednesday:

Nonfiction

Model I-graph

Prewrite essay 33 in writing notebook (complete the I-graph)

Thursday:

Exchange notebooks and peer-edit

Friday:

Make up work



Eng. 11 Feb. 20-24, 2017
Due Date: 2/20/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:               SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER

Roots Unit 1 book 2

Cut and glue Problem Verbs and complete worksheet

Tuesday:      

RW 1b

Review worksheet on problem verbs    

Cut and glue Problem Pronouns and complete worksheet

Nonfiction

Wednesday:

Review worksheet on problem pronouns

Nonfiction

Thursday:   

Plicker root word 1b

Test on Problem pronouns and problem verbs

Friday:

Nonfiction

AoW



Eng. 11 Feb. 13-17, 2017
Due Date: 2/13/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:               SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER

Go over corrections of Pronoun Usage test

Nonfiction

Start prewrite

Tuesday:         

Re-Test on Pronoun Usage

Cut and glue Problem Verbs and complete worksheet

Start rough draft

Wednesday:

Cut and glue Problem Pronouns and complete worksheet

Finish rough draft

Begin typing in Essay Scorer

Thursday:   

Review sheet on both problem verbs and problem pronouns

Type on Essay Scorer

Friday:

Test on Problem pronouns and problem verbs

Essay due today on Essay Scorer



Eng. 11 Feb. 6010, 2017
Due Date: 2/6/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:               SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER

Copy Root Word definitions 20

Review Pronoun Usage

Tuesday:         

RW Packet 20

Test on Pronoun Usage

Nonfiction

Wednesday:

Cut and glue Problem Verbs and complete worksheet

Nonfiction

Thursday:   

Cut and glue Problem pronouns and complete worksheet

Review sheet on both problem verbs and problem pronouns

Friday:

Root 20 quiz

Test on Problem pronouns and problem verbs

AoW



Eng. 11 Jan. 30 - Feb. 3, 2017
Due Date: 1/31/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:               SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER

NO SCHOOL: SNOW DAY

Tuesday:         

INTERACTIVE ACHIEVEMENT TEST IN LIBRARY

Complete essay

Wednesday:

Pronoun usage notes (nominative, objective, possessive) and worksheets

Thursday:   

Pronoun usage notes (noun-pronoun pairs) and worksheets

Friday:

Pronoun usage notes (ambiguous pronoun reference) and worksheets



Eng. 11 Jan. 23-27, 2017
Due Date: 1/23/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:               SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER

Copy RW 19 definitions

Subject/Verb agreement Special problems (in notebook)

Tuesday:         

RW 19 packet

Worksheet on S/V Agreement: special problems

Cut/glue S/V agreement w/pronoun subjects

Worksheet

Wednesday:

Collect RW 19

S/V agreement: special sentence structure

Type essay in Essay scorer (due Friday)

Thursday:   

Worksheet: special sentence structure

Type essay in Essay scorer (due Friday)

Friday:

Quiz on RW 19

Subject/Verb agreement test

Type essay in Essay scorer (due Friday)



Eng. 11 Jan. 16-20, 2017
Due Date: 1/16/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Finish typing essay 10 in Essay Scorer

Copy RW 18 definitions

Create alternate words and write definitions

Nonfiction article

Tuesday:         

RW 18 packet

Discuss essays: for/against and counterarguments

Wednesday:

Collect RW 18

Nonfiction packet

Thursday:   

Kahoot essay 10

Nonfiction packet

Friday:

Quiz on RW 18

Nonfiction packet



Eng. 11 Jan. 9-13, 2017
Due Date: 1/9/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Copy RW 18 definitions

Create alternate words and write definitions

Nonfiction article

Tuesday:         

RW 18 packet

Prewrite for essay #10

Complete rough draft

Wednesday:

Finish rough draft

Exchange and edit/revise

Start typing essay 10 in Essay Scorer

Thursday:   

Continue typing essay

Friday:

Quiz on RW 18

Finish typing essay 10



Eng. 11 Jan. 4-6, 2017
Due Date: 1/4/2017
Subject: English 11

Monday:

NO SCHOOL

Tuesday:         

NO SCHOOL

Wednesday:

Cut and glue in Principal Parts of verbs, Verb Tenses, How verb tenses convey meaning on pages 25-27 in writing notebook

Discuss notes

Thursday:   

Worksheet on verb tenses

Nonfiction article

Friday:

Nonfiction article

AoW



Eng. 11 Dec. 12-16, 2016
Due Date: 12/12/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Finish typing essay on TestNav

Tuesday:         

Go over special punctuation if time allows

Nonfiction packet

Wednesday:

Special punctuation test

Review for exam

Thursday:   

7th period exam

Friday:

No class



Eng. 11 Dec. 5-9, 2016
Due Date: 12/5/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Copy Root Word 17 definitions in reading notebook

Nonfiction article

Sample I-graph for cell phone usage essay

Tuesday:         

RW packet 17

OPEN NOTES TEST on semicolon and colon usage

Prewrite for essay 9 (outline or I-graph)

Wednesday:

Go over TestNav on the Smartboard

Practice TestNav individually

Thursday:   

OPEN NOTES TEST on dashes, apostrophes, and quotation marks 

Type essay into TestNav

Friday:

Roots 17 quiz

Finish typing essay in TestNav



Eng. 11 Nov. 28 - Dec. 2, 2016
Due Date: 11/28/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Copy Root Word 16 definitions in reading notebook

Nonfiction article

Tuesday:         

RW packet 16

Glue dashes and apostrophes in notebook

Go over notes

Wednesday:

Glue in and complete worksheet on dashes and apostrophes

Glue in quotation marks

MUG 7

Thursday:   

Glue in and complete worksheet on quotation marks              

Kahoot Unit 16

Friday:

Roots 16 quiz

Nonfiction article



Eng. 11 Nov. 21-22, 2016
Due Date: 11/21/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Give out usernames/passwords for Pearson and type essay number 4

Tuesday:         

Finish typing essay number 4

Wednesday:

THANKSGIVING BREAK

Thursday:                  

THANKSGIVING BREAK

Friday:

THANKSGIVING BREAK



Eng. 11 Nov. 14-18, 2016
Due Date: 11/14/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Copy Root Word 12 definitions in reading notebook

Nonfiction article

Copy examples for semicolons

FINAL DRAFT DUE WEDNESDAY

Tuesday:         

RW packet 12

Glue in and complete semicolon worksheet

MUG 6 together

Nonfiction article

Wednesday:

Collect final draft essay 8

Cut and glue rules for using colons

Copy examples

Glue in and complete colon worksheet

Thursday:                  

Kahoot Unit 12

Friday:

Roots 12 quiz

Nonfiction article

Semicolon/Colon worksheet



Eng. 11 Nov. 7-11, 2016
Due Date: 11/7/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Copy Root Word 11 definitions in reading notebook

Finish comma worksheet

Comma quiz Wednesday

Give out RW 11 packet

Tuesday:         

NO SCHOOL: ELECTION DAY

Wednesday:

Comma quiz

Nonfiction packet

Cut and glue semicolon sheet

Go over notes for semicolons

Essay # 8; prewriting and rough draft

Thursday:                  

Continue essay 8

Friday:

Roots 11 quiz

Continue essay 8

Exchange and edit



Eng. 11 Oct. 31-Nov. 4, 2016
Due Date: 10/31/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Copy Root Word 10 definitions in reading notebook

Go over fragments, run-ons, affect/effect, characterization

Complete comma worksheet

Tuesday:         

Cut and glue nonessential phrases and clauses worksheet on page 15 (writing notebook)

Complete worksheet as a class

Wednesday:

Nonfiction packet

AoW 7

Thursday:                  

Kahoot for Unit 10 (Use mobile devices in class)

Friday:

Roots 10 quiz

Nonfiction packet



Eng. 11 Oct. 24-28, 2016
Due Date: 10/24/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Copy Root Word 9 definitions in reading notebook

Begin comma worksheets in class

Tuesday:         

Complete RW 8 (due Wednesday)

Complete comma worksheets in class

Wednesday:

MUG 5 (due Thursday)

Nonfiction packet

Comma quiz

Thursday:                  

Nonfiction packet

Kahoot for Unit 9 (Use mobile devices in class)

AoW 7 (read orally in class; due Friday)

Friday:

Roots 9 quiz

Nonfiction packet

 



Eng. 11 Oct. 17-21, 2016
Due Date: 10/17/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Copy Root Word 8 definitions in reading notebook

Peer edit if you were absent Friday

Work on final draft (due Tuesday)

Tuesday:         

Complete RW 8 (due Wednesday)

Nonfiction packet

Cut and paste punctuation marks into writing notebook (12)

Go over notes

Wednesday:

MUG 4 (due Thursday)

Nonfiction packet

Cut and paste SLIDE rules (13)

Go over slide rules for commas

Copy class examples for each rule (pg. 14)

Thursday:                  

Nonfiction packet

AoW 6 (read orally in class; due Friday)

Friday:

Roots 8 quiz

Nonfiction packet

Create individual examples of SLIDE rules (15)

Comma worksheet



Eng. 11 Oct. 10-14, 2016
Due Date: 10/10/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Copy Root Word 7 definitions in reading notebook

Capitalization quiz

Begin web for essay 3 (increase in teen driving age)

Tuesday:         

Complete RW packet 7D together (analogies)

A, B, C due tomorrow

Nonfiction packet

Finish web and begin rough draft

Wednesday:

Complete rough draft and begin final draft (final due Friday)

Nonfiction packet

Thursday:                  

Nonfiction packet

Kahoot unit 7

Friday:

Roots 7 quiz

Nonfiction packet

Collect final draft of essay



Eng. 11 Oct. 3-7, 2016
Due Date: 10/3/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Copy Root Word 6 definitions in reading notebook

Nonfiction packet

Cut/glue General Capitalization rules in interactive notebook; create examples together

Tuesday:         

Complete RW packet 6D together (analogies)

A, B, C due tomorrow

Nonfiction packet

Cut/glue When NOT to capitalize in interactive notebook

Wednesday:

Capitalization practice (pg. 11 in IN) Write 2 individual examples of four rules from page 9 (total of 8) and 1 individual example of each of the rules on when NOT to capitalize (total of 6) = total of 14 examples

Article of the week (in class)

Complete as a cloze reading. Highlight article and complete what the top of the article says (#1 & 2) as well as your ½ page response

This should take you at least 40 minutes in class.

Thursday:                  

Nonfiction packet

Kahoot unit 6

Friday:

Roots 6 quiz

Nonfiction packet

 



Eng. 11 Sept. 26-30, 2016
Due Date: 9/25/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Copy Root Word 5 definitions in reading notebook

Nonfiction packet

MUG #3 (7-9)

Tuesday:         

Complete RW packet 5D together (analogies)

A, B, C due tomorrow

Nonfiction packet

Wednesday:

Article of the week (in class)

Complete as a close reading. Highlight article and complete what the top of the article says (#1 & 2) as well as your ½ page response

This should take you at least 40 minutes in class.

Nonfiction packet

Thursday:                  

Kahoot unit 5

Nonfiction packet

Friday:

Roots 5 quiz

Nonfiction packet

 



Eng. 11 Sept 19-23, 2016
Due Date: 9/19/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Copy Root Word 4 definitions in reading notebook

Continue notes in interactive notebook (adjectives and adverbs)

 

Tuesday:         

Give out Unit 4 handout

Complete a and b together; c and d due tomorrow

Go over conjunctions, prepositions, and interjections notes

Nonfiction packet

Wednesday:

Parts of speech worksheet

Article of the Week 3 (due Thursday)

Thursday:                  

Kahoot 4

Complete outline of essay 2

Friday:

Root 4 quiz

Parts of speech quiz

Rough draft essay 2



Eng. 11 Sept. 12-16, 2016
Due Date: 9/12/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Copy Root Word 3 definitions in reading notebook

Get writing notebook and complete final draft on your paper

**Those absent Friday must complete prewriting & rough draft (in notebook) and final on your paper by Tuesday.

 

Tuesday:          ***Take up essay***

Cut and glue in all parts of speech handouts in notebook

Give out Unit 3 handout

Complete a and b together; c and d due tomorrow

Go over noun and pronoun notes

Wednesday:

Continue parts of speech notes

Thursday:                  

Kahoot and test on unit 3

Continue parts of speech notes

Friday:

Finish all parts of speech notes

Worksheet if time allows

 



Eng. 11 Sept. 6-9, 2016
Due Date: 9/6/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:

NO SCHOOL: LABOR DAY

 

Tuesday:

Parts of speech rap

Underline the parts of speech in the rap lyrics.

 

Article of the week #1

Wednesday:

Interactive Achievement

Thursday:                   PICTURE DAY

Give out essay topics and glue in sample essay and outline options

Write essay: Some say the journey is more important than the destination…

Friday:

Complete essay

 



Eng. 11 Aug. 29, 2016
Due Date: 8/29/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Copy Root Word 2 definitions in Reader’s notebooks

Complete Week 2 mug shots

 

Tuesday:

Complete Root Word 2 packet

Insert parts of speech notes in Grammar/Writing notebook

List examples of each part of speech

 

Parts of speech rap

Underline the parts of speech in the rap lyrics.

 

Wednesday:

Interactive Achievement

Thursday:

Use Kahoot (on mobile devices) to review for Root Word 2 quiz Friday

 

Friday:

Root Work Unit 2 quiz

Early release for pep rally

 



Eng. 11 May 16-20, 2016
Due Date: 5/16/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:            

Go over Pair Passage 3

Nonfiction passages

Review for SOL

Tuesday:   

SOL test

 

 

Wednesday:

Review/remediate for SOL retest

Thursday:

Review/remediate for SOL retest

Friday:

Review/remediate for SOL retest

 



Eng. 11 May 9-13, 2016
Due Date: 5/9/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:            

Complete going over 2014 test

Go over literary terms PowerPoint

 

Tuesday:   

Literary terms quiz (archetypes)

Paired passage #1

Go over PowerPoint Dramatic conventions

 

 

Wednesday:

Literary terms quiz (dramatic conventions)

Paired passage #2

Nonfiction handout

Go over PowerPoint Literary terms

Thursday:

Quiz Literary terms

Paired Passage #3 (graded)

Nonfiction handout

Go over PowerPoint (poetry)

Friday:

Quiz on poetry terms

Nonfiction handouts

SOL review, as needed

 



Eng. 11 May 2-6, 2016
Due Date: 5/2/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:            

Roots Unit 20; go over definitions

Packet due Thursday

Take Text structure quiz

Begin 2014 released test

Tuesday:   

Continue 2014 released test                    

 

Wednesday:

Finish and grade 2014 released test

Review test

SOL review: For example,

Main idea

Paired passages

Thursday:

Collect Unit 20 roots

Continue reviewing 2014 test

SOL review: For example,

Literary terms

Inference

Nonfiction

Friday:

Quiz on Unit 20 roots

SOL review: For example,

Nonfiction



Eng. 11 April 25-29, 2016
Due Date: 4/25/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:            

Roots Unit 19; go over definitions

Packet due Thursday

Finish going over SOL reading released test

Tuesday:                        

SOL review: For example,

Main idea

Vocabulary

Text structure

Wednesday:

SOL review: For example,

Main idea

Vocabulary

Text structure

Vocabulary

Thursday:

Collect Unit 19 roots

SOL review: For example,

Literary terms

Inference

Nonfiction

Friday:

Quiz on Unit 19 roots

SOL review: For example,

Nonfiction



Eng. 11 April 18-22, 2016
Due Date: 4/18/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:            

Roots Unit 18; go over definitions

Packet due Thursday

SOL reading released test for a grade

Tuesday:                         SUBSTITUTE

Complete the SOL reading released test

Wednesday:

Go over the SOL reading released test

Thursday:

Collect Unit 18 roots

Continue going over the SOL released test

Friday:

Quiz on Unit 18 roots

Finish going over the SOL reading released test

 



Eng. 11 April 11-15, 2016
Due Date: 4/11/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:            

Roots Unit 17; go over definitions

Packet due Thursday

SOL reading review, Main idea

Tuesday:

SOL reading review

Give background notes on Hawthorne

Wednesday:

Begin “The Minister’s Black Veil”

SOL reading review

Thursday:

Collect Unit 17 roots

Cont. “The Minister’s Black Veil”

SOL reading review

Friday:

Quiz on Unit 17 roots

Complete “The Minister’s Black Veil”

SOL reading review

 



Eng. 11 April 4-8, 2016
Due Date: 4/4/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:            

Open book quiz on unit 2 introduction

Read “The Devil and Tom Walker” pages 226-239

SOL reading review

Tuesday:

Continue reading

SOL reading review

Wednesday:

Continue reading

SOL reading review

Thursday:

Test on “The Devil and Tom Walker”

SOL reading review

Friday:

SOL reading review

 



Eng. 11 March 29-April 1, 2016
Due Date: 3/29/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:            

No school: Spring Break

Tuesday:

Go over 2009 reading released test

Wednesday:

Go over 2009 reading released test

Thursday:

Finish going over 2009 reading released test

Start background for Unit 2 (textbook)

Friday:

Finish background material for Unit 2

 



Eng. 11 March 21-23, 2016
Due Date: 3/21/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:             SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON WEATHER

Work on 2009 reading released test

Tuesday:

Work on 2009 reading released test

Wednesday:

Go over released test

Thursday:

Spring break

Friday:

Spring break



Eng. 11 March 14-18, 2016
Due Date: 3/14/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:             SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON WEATHER

Review for writing SOL test

Go over 2015 mc test

Work on writing prompt

Tuesday:

SOL mc test

Wednesday:

SOL makeup test

Review as needed for writing prompt

Thursday:

SOL direct writing test

Friday:

SOL makeup test

 



Eng. 11 March 7-11, 2016
Due Date: 3/7/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:             SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON WEATHER

Review for writing SOL test

Log on to testing site and take practice test using tools.

Tuesday:

Share essay support from Friday.

Complete Writing review from last Thursday.
Take 2015 Writing mc released test

Wednesday:

Discuss essay topics and supporting details and examples.

Thursday:

Complete 3 column grammar and writing review with Mrs. Hart

Friday:

Complete 3 column grammar and writing review with Mrs. Hart

 



Eng. 11 Feb. 29-March 4, 2016
Due Date: 2/29/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:             SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON WEATHER

Unit 16 definitions

Continue typing essay on Essay scorer (Total of 3 typed essays due by today)

Tuesday:

Roots 16 a/b

(If we are out for snow, complete the entire packet; it is due Thursday.)

Go over IA diagnostic test

Wednesday:

Roots 16 c/d

Go over IA diagnostic test

Thursday:

Collect Roots 16

Go over 2009 SOL

Friday:

Roots 16 test

Review writing

 



Eng. 11 Feb. 22-26, 2016
Due Date: 2/22/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:             SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON WEATHER

Unit 15 definitions and packet

Continue typing essay on Essay scorer (Ghandi or additional essay)

Tuesday:

Roots 15 a/b

(If we are out for snow, complete the entire packet; it is due Thursday.)

Continue working on essay scorer

Wednesday:

Roots 15 c/d

Continue working on essay scorer

 

Thursday:

Collect Roots 15

Ghandi (or additional) essay submitted by end of class.

 

Friday:

Roots 15 test

Diagnostic writing test on IA

 



Eng. 11 Feb. 8-12, 2016
Due Date: 2/8/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:             SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON WEATHER

Unit 13 test

Unit 14 definitions and packet

Continue typing essay on Essay scorer (Ghandi)

Tuesday:

Roots 14 a/b

(If we are out for snow, complete the entire packet; it is due Thursday.)

Continue working on essay scorer

Wednesday:

Roots 4 c/d

Continue working on essay scorer

 

Thursday:

Collect Roots 14

Ghandi essay submitted by end of class.

 

Friday:

Roots 14 test

Diagnostic writing test on IA

 



Eng. 11 Feb 1-5, 2016
Due Date: 2/1/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:             SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON WEATHER

Continue typing essay on Essay scorer

Tuesday:

Roots 13 definitions

Roots 13 a/b

Complete fill in the blank essay

Show example of fill in the blank essay

Wednesday:

Roots 13 c/d

EOC Writing 2009 released test

 

Thursday:

Collect Roots 13

Go over rubrics for essay SOL

Begin essay # 5

 

Friday:

Roots 13 test

Continue essay

Exchange and peer revise



Eng. 11 Jan. 26-29, 2016
Due Date: 1/26/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:             SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON WEATHER

SNOW DAY

Tuesday:

LOCKDOWN drill

Roots 12 definitions



Wednesday:

Continue typing essay on Essay scorer

 Roots 12 a/b/c/d

Complete fill in the blank essay

Show example of fill in the blank essay

 

Thursday:

Collect Roots 12

Go over rubrics for essay SOL

Begin essay # 5

 

Friday:

Roots 12 test

Continue essay

Exchange and peer revise



Eng. 11 Jan. 18-22, 2016
Due Date: 1/18/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:             SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON WEATHER

Roots 12 definitions

Continue typing essay on Essay scorer

Tuesday:
Roots 12 a/b

Complete fill in the blank essay

Show example of fill in the blank essay

Wednesday:

 Roots 12 c/d

Go over rubrics for essay SOL

Begin essay # 5

Thursday:

Collect Roots 12

Continue essay

Exchange and peer revise

Friday:

Roots 12 test

Turn in final draft of essay #5



Eng. 11 Jan. 11-15, 2016
Due Date: 1/11/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:             SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON WEATHER

Roots 11 definitions

Discuss slave narratives, the Middle Passage, and author information
Read from “The Interesting Narrative of Olaudah Equiano”

Tuesday:
Roots 11 a/b

Answer questions on “Equiano”

Go over parts of the persuasive essay handout

Complete fill in the blank essay

Wednesday:

 Roots 11 c/d

Test on “The Interesting Narrative of Olaudah Equiano”

Start essay on Essay Scorer

Thursday:

Collect Roots 11

Continue essay on Essay Scorer

Friday:

Roots 11 test

Print and submit essay



Eng. 11 Jan. 5-8, 2016
Due Date: 1/5/2016
Subject: English 11

Monday:

No school

Tuesday:
Review SLIDE foldable

Work on comma worksheets

Wednesday:

Semicolon notes

Semicolon worksheets

Thursday:

Colon notes

Colon worksheets

Friday:

Quiz on commas, semicolons, and colons



Eng. 11 Dec. 7-11, 2015
Due Date: 12/7/2015
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Read and discuss Franklin’s First  (138)

Read “The Autobiography” (141-146)

Tuesday:
Discuss “The Autobiography”

Define and discuss aphorisms (short sayings with a message)

Read from “Poor Richard’s Almanack” (149-150)

Wednesday:

Open book test

Thursday:

Jan Taylor is meeting with this class.

Friday:

Give out exam review.



Eng. 11 Nov 23-24, 2015
Due Date: 11/23/2015
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Go over vocabulary context clues for “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death”

Review sentences: sentence fragments, run-ons, sentences, conjunctions

Sentence open notes test

 

Tuesday:
Comma interactive notebook

Thanksgiving Mad Lib



Eng. 11 Nov 16-20, 2015
Due Date: 11/16/2015
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Write definitions for roots Unit 9

Create Clause interactive notebook

Tuesday:
Complete Root 9a and 9b

Conjunction Practice

Vocabulary warm-ups (U1 resources 149-152)

Literary terms for speeches

Background on Patrick Henry

Wednesday:

Complete Root 9c and 9d

Read Speech in the Virginia Convention

Answer reading check and critical reading 1, 2a, b, 3a, b, 4a, b, c

Background information on Benjamin Franklin

Thursday:

Read “Speech in the Convention”

Answer reading check and critical reading 1, 2a, b, 3a, b, 4a

Read VA Tech speech

All about sentences notes and worksheet

Friday:

Unit 9 test

Test on Speech in the Virginia Convention and Speech in the Convention



Eng. 11 Nov. 9-13, 2015
Due Date: 11/9/2015
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Review for Unit 1-8 test (15 minutes)

Kahoot test on units 1-8

Tuesday:
Create interactive notebook for Conjunctions

Write 5 sentences using correlative conjunctions.

Wednesday:

Review sheet on conjunctions

Create interactive notebook for simple and compound sentences

Write 5 simple sentences.

Write 5 compound sentences.

Thursday:

Finish interactive notebook activities

Review sheet on simple and compound sentences

Friday:

Quiz on conjunctions and simple/compound sentences



Eng. 11 Nov. 2-6, 2015
Due Date: 11/2/2015
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Work on essay until 9:30

Complete Puritan Beliefs notes

Background notes on Jonathan Edwards

Tuesday:
ELECTION DAY: NO SCHOOL

 

Wednesday:

Read “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” (86-91)

Answer reading check questions and 2a-4b (91)

Thursday:

Unit 1-8 root words Kahoot

Review for test Monday on units 1-8

Friday:

Test on “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”

Finish review for Unit 1-8 root words test



Eng. 11 Oct. 26-30, 2015
Due Date: 10/26/2015
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Subject/Predicate practice worksheet

Puritan Beliefs notes

Background notes on Jonathan Edwards

Tuesday:
Subject/Predicate quiz

Read “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” (86-91)

Answer reading check questions and 2a-4b (91)

Wednesday:

Write in-class essay #3.
Because of safety concerns, many states have increased the age at which teens can begin to drive. Your state legislature is considering raising the minimum driving age from 16 to 18. Do you think the minimum driving age should be raised? Take a position on this issue. Support your response with reasons and specific examples.

Thursday:

Test on “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”

Peer revise and self-edit essay. Final draft due Monday!

Unit 1-8 root words Kahoot

Review for test Monday on units 1-8

Friday:

Monster Bash

 



Eng. 11 Oct. 19-23, 2015
Due Date: 10/19/2015
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Unit 8 root words Kahoot
Write the definition in your notebook

Begin subject/verb foldable

Tuesday:

Complete 8a, 8b

Fill in notes on subject/predicate foldable

Wednesday:

Complete 8c independently, 8d orally in class

Complete examples on subject/predicate foldable

Thursday:

Complete 8f

Kahoot to review for test

Subject/Predicate practice

Friday:

Unit 8 quiz

Subject/predicate practice

 



Eng. 11 Oct. 12-16, 2015
Due Date: 10/12/2015
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Unit 7 root words
Write the definition in your notebook

Select 5 definitions from Unit 7 and write an original sentence.

Capitalization Practice Review

 

Tuesday:

Complete 7a, 7b

Capitalization rules, cont.

Continue capitalization practice review sheet from Monday after rules

Check review sheet

Wednesday:

Complete 7c, 7d

Capitalization worksheet

Thursday:

Complete 7f

Kahoot to review for test

Review capitalization

Friday:

Unit 7 quiz

Test on capitalization

 



Eng. 11 Oct. 5-9, 2015
Due Date: 10/5/2015
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Review Unit 6 root words

Complete 6a, 6b

Complete The Puritan Plain Speak and paraphrasing worksheets (92-94)

 

Tuesday:

Complete 6c, 6d

Picture Day

Test on “To My Dear and Loving Husband”

 

Wednesday:

Complete 6e, 6f

Copy Hard and Fast Rules for Capitalization # 1-2-3

Create examples of each rule

Thursday:

Copy Hard and Fast Rules for Capitalization # 4-5-6

Complete examples of each rule

Friday:

Unit 6 quiz

Complete capitalization worksheet

 



Eng. 11 Sept 28 - Oct 2, 2015
Due Date: 9/28/2015
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Review Unit 5 root words

Complete 5a, 5b

Use the first 15 minutes of class to finish the in-class essay.

Peer revise essay. (ARMS: add sentences and words, remove unneeded words or sentences, move a sentence or word placement, substitute words or sentences for others.)

 

Tuesday:

Complete 5c, 5d

Self-edit essay. (CUPS: capitalization, usage, punctuation, spelling)

Essay due tomorrow!

Wednesday:

Complete 5d, 5f

Discuss the Essential Question: What makes American literature American?

Reread 9-10.

Ask and discuss: What uniquely American themes would you choose for the early twenty-first century, and why?

Complete Reading/Vocabulary warm-ups (Unit 1 resources, pp. 88-91)

Thursday:

Discuss the Literary Analysis, Reading Strategy, and vocabulary (74)

Read author background (75)

Read “To My Dear and Loving Husband” (76)

Answer questions verbally on 77.

Complete 92-94 (Unit 1 resources)

Friday:

Unit 4 quiz

Test on “To My Dear and Loving Husband”

 



Eng. 11 Sept 21-25, 2015
Due Date: 9/21/2015
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Review Unit 4 root words

Complete 4a, 4b

Grammar and Style Lesson (31)

Complete Native American Origin Myths worksheets (16-22)

Tuesday:

Test on Native American Myths

Complete 4c, 4d

Read Museum Indians (32-39) and answer 1a, b, 2a, b, c, 3a, b, 4a, b, c

Wednesday:

Complete 4d, 4f

Write a 5 paragraph essay on topic #2.

Include the counter argument

Thursday:

Peer revise essay. (ARMS: add sentences and words, remove unneeded words or sentences, move a sentence or word placement, substitute words or sentences for others.)

Self-edit essay. (CUPS: capitalization, usage, punctuation, spelling)

Friday:

Unit 4 quiz

Essay due

Collect hall passes



Eng. 11 Sept 14-18, 2015
Due Date: 9/14/2015
Subject: English 11

Monday:

Discuss Unit 3 vocabulary (root word mem, ology, sci)

Work on Unit 3a, 3b

Define the following literary terms: origin myth, archetype, political document, symbol, exploration narrative, chronological order, author’s purpose, audience

Quiz on these Wednesday

Tuesday:

Complete unit 3c, 3d exercises

Read 15-16 (contemporary commentary)

Do Before you read 18-19

Read “The Earth on Turtle’s Back” (20-13) and answer 2a, b, 3a, b, 4a, b, 5a, b

Complete reader’s notebook 2-3

Wednesday:

Literary terms quiz

Complete Unit 3 exercises 3e, 3f in class

Read When Grizzlies Walked Upright (24-26) and from The Navajo Origin Legend (27-28) and answer 2a, b, 3a, b, 4a, b, 5a, 6

Complete reader’s notebook 4-6

Thursday:

Review Unit 3 vocabulary for quiz Friday

Grammar and Style Lesson (31)

Read Museum Indians (32-39) and answer 1a, b, 2a, b, c, 3a, b, 4a, b, c

Friday:

Unit 3 quiz

Complete pages 19-24

Test Monday

 



Eng. 11 Sept 8-11, 2015
Due Date: 9/8/2015
Subject: English 11

Monday:

No School: Labor Day

SOL(s)

 

Tuesday:

Book & workbook Distribution

Give back essays and individual workshop

Discuss Unit 2 vocabulary (root word vis/vid, aud, phon)

Complete Prefix Unit 2, exercises 1a, 1b, 1c, 1d

 

11.3  11.4

11.5

11.6

11.7

Wednesday:

Quiz on 4 types of sentences.

Complete Unit 2 exercises 1e, 1f in class

Read pages 1-13 (a snapshot of the period)

Quiz Thursday on this information

11.3  11.4

11.5  11.6

11.7

Thursday:

Review Unit 2 vocabulary for quiz Friday

Quiz on pages 1-13

Read 15-16 (contemporary commentary)

Do Before you read 18-19

Read “The Earth on Turtle’s Back” (20-13) and answer 2a, b, 3a, b, 4a, b, 5a, b

11.3  11.4  11.5  11.6

11.7

Friday:

Unit 2 quiz

Read When Grizzlies Walked Upright (24-16) and from The Navajo Origin Legend (27-28) and answer 2a, b, 3a, b, 4a, b, 5a, 6

 

 

 

11.6

11.7