2/23 Work Day; Last chance to view Slides in Google Classroom for Synthesis Essay
2/24 In-class: Updated "Biggies" and sketched your topic in your NB.
2/29-3/2 Reading mode. See the Uber Calendar & the "Getting Started" Document shared with you.
Sign up in the shared Google Document called "Checklist." Consider how you will break up tasks.
Any revisions to packet would have been provided by 4/1.
4/6 Due: The Bird and The Machine
. You don't have to write dialectal journals
but please answer question #4 under Suggestions for Writing in 1-2
paragraphs. Also take a look at the questions on the page before because we will be discussing them in class
4/6 HW: Read Super-Toys (fiction), but only read up to page 669, line 89.
4/7 HW: Read pgs. 529-533 (Orwell) & journals
4/8 Language Day One!
Due Monday: Have read the pages Amy assigned on Friday. Just read.
See this post from College Board
End of the Marking Period!
4/11 In-class, Language and Perception & Power
HW: Read "Corn-Pone Opinions" (717-720) and journal.
4/12 Pop Culture Day One. See Calendar for upcoming events. It's also shared with students in Google Drive.
4/19 HW: Read Textbook pgs. 862-866 ("It's Easy Being Green") and finish 2013 AP Prompt Intro w/thesis & outline (handout).
4/20 Nature, Continued
4/21-4/25 Textbook Chapter on "Gender"
Journal Check from 4/5-4/25
Journals would all have headings and elements per Journal Requirements
DNA as Destiny - journals
“The Bird and the Machine” Question #4 in 1-2 paragraphs handed in to Group
“Super-Toys” (up to page 669 or end) - journals optional*
Read pgs. 529-533 (Orwell) & journals
Read "Corn-Pone Opinions" (717-720) and journal
Rachel Carson Journals
Tannen journals for Gender due 4/25
“On Being a Man” journals "
4/26 The I-Search Assignment Requirements have been shared with you in Google Drive.
4/27 HW: See Google Classroom for two assignments: evaluation document & I-Search form.
Hit "Submit" when you are finished your evaluation form!
Read the I-Search document shared with you. Prepare questions.
4/28 See above^
4/29 Due: See above^ In-class, we wrote interview questions. See handout.
See Google Classroom for Assignments
Interview must be scheduled for week of 5/2-5/6Continue to view the CALENDAR that is shared with you.
5/2 Interview Questions completed
5/3 Introduction to I-Search (1.5-2 pages)
Have your book in hand, with you in class, daily.
5/4/16 Argument Prompts document shared with you. Read them.
5/5/16 Read your I-Search book today
See the Calendar shared with you.
Week of May 9th -- transcript of Interview highlights & 3+ journals due
HW: Study for the Test -- you have ample materials in your possession; access AP Central; see Google Classroom.
May 11th Exam Day! - You have abundant materials to review, including your Textbook.
5/11 We created a Project in Noodle Tools (MLA Advanced) for our Annotated Works Cited Pages.
If you were absent, get someone in class to show you or see me after school.
5/13 Due: 3+ journals & transcripts in Google Classroom
Week of 5/16 - Revise Introduction and write an additional 2+ pages of your paper
May 23rd - Additional 4+ Journals on your book are due in Google Classroom
May 26th - Half of your research paper is due (5+ pages plus annotated Works Cited page) by the end of the period, printed AND in Google Classroom
5/31 Returned all 22 research papers that were submitted in hard copy last week; make sure you've scheduled your 2nd Interview for this week (June 3rd at the latest).
6/1 Meet in Library -- more research
6/3 Back in the Classroom. We reviewed our research sections along with Works Cited pages.
June 8th - Final research paper, all components, in MLA format, due by the end of the day (close of business is at 2:55 P.M.) printed and compiled, with all previous drafts & copies/excerpts of your print/web sources, neatly (no staples required).
June 9 - Graduation, No School for Students