Ms. Kandler

For the Week of    - November 18th- November 22nd 

Monday

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

-English 9

 

LEARNING TARGET:  I am able to recognize the difference between round and flat characters present in literature.

 Benchmarks:

  • L 9-10.1-2

  • RL 9-10.1-6

 

 

~ Grammar Books:  Noun and Verb Agreement  pm [ages 752 - 758

 

Assignment: Ex. 3, 4, 5

 

~Homework:  Unit 6 Spelling Wkst

 

 

 

 

 

 

~ Continue Noun and Verb Agreement: Pages 760 - 763

 

Ex. 6, 7, 8

 

~ Read in Accelerated Reader Books 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

~ Continue Noun and Verb Agreement: Pages 764 - 768

 

Ex. 10, 11, 12

 

~ Read in Accelerated Reader Books

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

~ Continue Noun and Verb Agreement: Pages

768 - 770

Ex. 13, 14

 

~ Read in Accelerated Reader Books

 

 

~Vocabulary Quiz

 

~ Worksheet: Review Parts of Speech.... writing sentences

 

~ Read in AR books

 

 

 

 

English 10

(Multi-cultural Literature)

 

LEARNING TARGET:  I am able to examine the dark mood, symbolism, and personification used in Edgar Allan Poe's literature.

 Benchmarks:

  • RL 9-10.1-6

  • L 9-10.1-2

  • W 9-10.3-4

 

 

 

 

~ Persuasive Presentation

~ Listener Evaluations

 

 

 

~ Finish Persuasive Presentation

~ Listener Evaluations

~ Journal:  How much control do you feel you have over the events in your life?  What events do you feel are most out of your control? 

~ Watch a video of the spreakd and seriousness of the Bubonic Plague.... this will be an introduction Edgar Allan Poe's story "The Masque of the Read Death" which personifies a plague similar to the Bubonic Plague.

 

 

 

~Re-introduce and take notes on Edgar Allan Poe

~Read "The Masque of the Red Death"

~Homework: Symbolism Wkst

 

~ Complete the Cycle of Events chart that creates a story map in relation to the story.

~Throughout the next several days we will be working on several activities that are reflective of Poe's story... involving symbolism, imagery, setting, conflict, and characters. 

~ RAFT.... use personification, written from the point of view of a. the Red Death, b. the Ebony Clock, or c. The bklack Chamber/Room... students will have choices for the format.  

 

~Discuss guidelines and show examples of the Comic Strip project that students will be working on.

English 11

(American Literature)

 

LEARNING TARGET: I can understand the patterns of Ernest Hemingway as he demonstrates the characteristics of the Modernist Movement

Benchmarks:

  • RI 11-12.1-6

  • L 11-12.1-2

  • W 11-12.1-6

  • SL 11-12.1-4

  • RL 11-12.1-6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

~ Finish watching the film "In Love and War"

~ Discuss Hemingway's VOICE writing assignment

~ Computer Cart: Writing assignment on Hemingway's VOICE

~ Homework:  Vocab Unit 3

 

 

 

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~ Review vocabulary words in preparation of tomorrow's quiz

 

 

 

 

  

~Vocabulary Quiz

 

 

 

 

 College Prep English

(British Literature)

 

LEARNING TARGET:  I am able to identify and analyze the English Renaissance era sonnet, voice, and typical style.

  Benchmarks:

  • RL 11-12.1-6

  • RL 11-12.9 (Brit. Lit)

  • L 11-12.1-3

 

 

 

 

 

 

~Finish reading Macbeth

 

~ Connective Journal:  Connect the witches of Macbeth to the witches of Salem

 

~ Discuss the Essay Choices for Macbeth (Essay #4)

 

~Homework:  Unit 7 Vocabulary Wkst

 

~ Work on Macbeth Essay - to be submitted to Turnitin.com by Friday at midnight

 

 

 

~ Read and discuss Shakespeare's sonnets and songs on page 286

 

~ Read Sonnets 116 and 1230 on pages 287 - 288

 

~ Read and discuss Shakespearee's Song "Blow, Blow, Through Winter Wind" on page 294

 

~ Read Sonnet LX by Pablo Neruda on page 391 - 932

 

~Homework:  Complete the Handout that discusses and compares Shakespeare's play (Macbeth), sonnets, song, etc.

~ Review vocabulary words in preparation of the quiz

~Vocabulary Quiz

 

 

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