2/ Reading mode. See the Calendar & the "Getting Started" Document shared with you.
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
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.
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