Mrs. Saunders Grimsley High SchoolAP English Literature August/September:


Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

Weekly

Assignments

8/29--9/2

CCSS:

W12, 1.a-c. 2f,; SL 12, 1,2,3;L12, 5.



Learning Target: Setting and Geography Connections to Theme,Social Darwinism

Foreshadowing, Point of View,Tone, Flashback Structure, Metaphor, irony

Mastery Goal: Poetic Forms:The Sonnet. Point of View, Flashback

Foreshadowing, Setting and Motif.


Summer Reading: MWDS due 9/2; In-Class Essay 9/12

Essential

Questions

Introduction to Course-

Syllabus Activity

1-Book Study:

The Kite Runner

2-Social Darwinism?

3-Mystery Poem!

4-Turnitin-MWDS

Homework:

Syllabus Form Due 9/2

Turnitin Account Due 8/31

MWDS 8am 9/2


Chapter Four of How

to Read Literature;If It's Square,It's a Sonnet

1-Poetry Poetry 101

How to Read..Professor

The Sonnet

Activity

2-The Kite Runner

as a PDF

3-Turnitin Reminder

Homework:

Syllabus Form Due 9/2

Turnitin Account Due 8/31

MWDS 8am 9/2

1-Read Chapters 1-2

in The Kite Runner.


Reading Log 1-2

PDF located at bottom

of page of same name

2-MWDS from Summer Reading due 9/2 In-Class Essay 9/12


1-The Kite Runner

Point of View

and Tone

2-Introduction

Chapter 1-2 Questions

3-Continuation of Sonnet Activity

Homework:

Syllabus Form Due 9/2

MWDS due in Turnitin

Thursday:

Point of View/Tone

Worksheet


The Kite Runner Chapters 1-2 Questions=== ===

1-The Kite Runner

Chapters in Class

2-How to Read Literature

Like a Professor


3-Documents


Homework:

Syllabus Form Due 9/2

MWDS from Summer Reading

Due Friday, 9/2 by 8am

in Turnitin

Collect Syllabus Form

1- MWDS Turnitin Due

from Summer Reading

2-The Kite Runner

through Chapter Six by Tuesday

Vocabulary by Chapter


Homework:

Read through

Chapter Six Update

Study Guide,

Theme Worksheets

Weekly

Assignments

9/5-9/9


CCSS:

RL12-2,6,10,12; RI 12-5, 7, 9;W 12-1a-e, 6

SL 12-1-5; L12 3,6


Learning Target: Secondary Characterization, History and Setting, Motif,

Flashback, Foreshadowing,

First Person Narrator, Understanding Secular Differences in Middle

Eastern Culture, Allusion


Mastery Goal: Universal Themes in Literature, Discriminating Motifs,

History and Setting

No School


Homework:

Study Guide

Chapters 1-6 by Tuesday

Read through

Chapter 8 by

Thursday

1-Turn in Study Guide for

The Kite Runner 1-6

2-Discuss Essay choices

Homework:

Study Guide

Chapters 7-8

Read to

Chapter 8 by

Thursday

1-The Kite Runner;

Social /Class Issues

Book Study:

The Kite Runner

Review/Study Guide

Through Chapter 6

2-Literary Analysis:

Point of View

Allusion

Tone and Theme

Vocabulary by Chapter




Homework:

Read to Chapter

8 for Thursday

Update Study Guide

1-Poetry: "Facing it"

Link to Video

Read Aloud

2-Study Guide Due


Homework:

Walk the Schedule

1-AP :

"Facing it"

2-The Kite Runner Discussion

Homework:

Read

The Kite Runner

through Chapter 11

Update

Study

Guide for Tuesday


Work on Resume Draft for 9/14

Weekly

Assignments

9/12- 9/16

CCSS:

RL12-2,6,10,12; RI 12-5, 7, 9

W 12-1a-e,2f, 6; SL 12-1-5

L12,5

Enduring

Question(s):

Essential Questions

Learning Target:; Literary Device Imagery, Dynamic Structure, Understanding

Secular Differences in Middle Eastern Culture

Mastery Goal: Setting, Point of View Extension, Characterization, Dynamic Structure

Summer Reading Essays

Homework:


Create a Resume for

Wednesday

Essay Overflow

1-The Kite Runner

Discussion and Activity/

Study Guide through Chapter 11


Vocabulary

Historical Perspective

Homework:

Finish Resumes
Write Rough Draftof College Essay/Bring to Class Friday

Read to Chapter 14/SG by Thursday

with Study Guide Selected Questions

1-College Essays Overview

in Class

Passive vs. Active Voice


2- Review Resumes


3-Collect through Chapter 11 in Class

Homework:

The Kite Runner

Chapters 12, and 13

with Study Guide


Finish College Essay by

1-The Kite Runner Chapters

12 and 13,

2-Historical Perspectives



Homework:

Continue Reading

to 14 for Friday

15-17

for Monday with Study Guide

1-Media Center for

Resumes and Essays


2-Collect Chapter 14 Study Guide


Homework:

The Kite Runner

to Chapter 17

due Monday with Study

Guide

Typed Draft

College Essays Draft due Monday if not started


Final Resumes Due 9/22

Weekly

Assignment

9/19-9/23

12.RL.3-5,2,6,10; 12.IT.4, 5, 7;12.W.2.4, 1, 6

12.SL 1,4; 12. L. 3,6

Essential Questions

Learning Target: Theme: Literacy as Discriminating; Missing Character, Understanding,

Secular Differences in Middle Eastern Culture


Mastery Goal: Imagery as it Ties to Theme, Sacrifice, Guilt, Discrimination as Intertwining Themes

SAT/ACT Word

1-The Kite Runner

Chapter 17

2-College Essays


Final Resumes Due Printed

by 9/22

SAT/ACT Word

1-Gender Views,

Social Views, and Historical Perspective in

The Kite Runner



Homework:

Read to

Chapter 18

with Study

Guide

SAT/ACT Word

1-Chapter 18

The Kite Runner

2-Early Release




Homework:

Read to

Chapter 19

SAT/ACT Word

1-The Kite Runner

Critical Analysis Activity

2-Collect Printed Resumes



Homework

SAT/ACT Word

1-Guidance Meeting


Homework:

The Kite Runner to and including

Chapter 23

Due Monday with Study Guide Selected

Questions




Weekly

Assignment

9/26-9/30

12.RL.3-5,2,6,10; 12.IT.4, 5, 7; 12.W.2.4, 1, 6

12.SL 1,4; 12. L. 3,6

Essential Questions


Learning Target: The Epic and The Quest,


Mastery Goal: Enduring Themes, Redemption, Salvation, The Christ Figure


Extension:

How to Read Literature Like a Professor

SAT/ACT Word

1-The Kite Runner

Read Aloud

Chapter 24

2-Auction Discussion


Homework:

Review Novel Choice

SAT/ACT Word

1-Read Chapter 25

in Class.

2-Critical Analysis Activity


Homework:

Finish Chapter 25 with Study Guide Questions

Review Gender Roles

SAT/ACT Word

1-The Kite RUnner

2-Auction Prep


Homework:

Review Themes in

The Kite Runner

SAT/ACT Word

1-Auction Prep

2- Themes

Homework:

Reminder:

The Kite Runner

Test Thursday

Homework:

Review Study Guide

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Auction Prep

2-Auction Prep

KR Test Thursday

Homework: Review Study

Guide for

Tuesday


Make Auction Selections


Mrs. SaundersAP English Literature October/November:

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

Weekly

Assignments

10/3-10/7

12.RL.1,2,4,6,10; 12.IT.4, 5, 7; 12.W.2.4, 1, 6;12.SL 1,4

12. L. 3,6

Essential Questions

Learning Target: The Tragic Hero, The Anti-Hero


Mastery Goal: Enduring Themes, Redemption, Salvation, The Christ Figure


Extension:

How to Read Literature Like a Professor

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Auction

Fifth Period
2-Auction Prep in Fourth
Theme Kites

Homework:

Kite Runner
MC Exam Thursday


SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Auction

2-The Kite Runner Theme Kites


Homework:

Kite Runner
MC Exam Thursday

SAT/ACT Word

1-The Kite Runner Kites


Homework:

Act I Log

Due Wednesday



Literary Terms Set One Quiz Monday

SAT/ACT Word

1-The Kite Runner Exam


Homework:

Act I Log

Due Wednesday



Literary Terms Set One Quiz Monday

SAT/ACT Word

1-Othello Act One

2-Read Othello

Homework:

Act I Log

Due Wednesday


Literary Terms Set One Quiz Monday

Weekly

Assignments

10/10-10/14

12.RL.3-5,2,6,10; 12.IT.4, 5, 7; 12.W.2.4, 1, 6; 12.SL 1,4

12. L. 3,6

Essential Questions

Learning Target: The Tragic Hero, The Anti-Hero


Mastery Goal: Enduring Themes, Redemption, Salvation,

The Christ Figure, The Villain, The Side-Kick

1-Literary Terms 1-10

2-Othello Act One


Homework:

Othello Act One Log

1-Act I Log Due

for Homework


2-Read/Discuss

Act One Othello


Homework:


Othello Act One LogDue before 8amWednesday

SAT/ACT Word

1-Act I Log Due

SAT/ACT Word

1-Othello Act Two

2-AP Essay Scoring

Homework:

Act II Log Due Monday

SAT/ACT Word

1-View Play

2-Read Othello II

Homework:

Act II Log

Due Tuesday


Literary Terms
Quiz 11-20

Weekly

Assignments

10/17- 10/21

12.RL.3-5,2,6,10; 12.IT.4, 5, 7; 12.W.2.4, 1, 6; 12.SL 1,4

12. L. 3,6

Essential Questions

Learning Target: The Tragic Hero, The Anti-Hero


Mastery Goal: Enduring Themes, Redemption, Salvation,

The Christ Figure, The Villain, The Dramatic Foil

SAT/ACT Word

1-Literary Terms11-20

2-Othello

**Act II Log Due by 8am**Tuesday

Homework:
Log Review
Finish Logs for Act II

SAT/ACT Word

1-Archetypes

2-Othello Act III Due

Review

Homework:

Read Act III, ii

Log due 10/24

Othello Act III

SAT/ACT Word

PSAT Given at School

Homework:

Read Act III,iii


Log Due 10/24
Othello Act III

SAT/ACT Word

1-Literature Assessment

Poetry

2-Othello Passage

Homework:

Read Act III, iv


Act III, iv
Log Due Monday 10/24

SAT/ACT Word

1-Othello Act III

2-AP Multiple Choice Quiz

Homework:

1-Finish Logs for

Othello Act III

2- Study

for Quiz

Monday

Literary Terms21-30

Weekly

Assignment

10/24-28

12.RL.1,2,4; 12.W.1- 6, IT 4,5,7; 12.SL 1,4; 12. L. 3,6

Essential Questions

Learning Target: The Anti-Hero, The Mentor, The Dramatic Foil, Gender Themes


Mastery Goal: Enduring Themes, Redemption, Jealousy, Envy, Honor, Pride, The Quest

Extension: How to Read Literature Like a Professor

SAT/ACT Word

1-Literary Terms21-30

2-Othello Act III:

Literature Logs Due by 8am

3-Imagine Poetry

Homework: Read Act IV

Work on Log

SAT/ACT Word

1-AP Assessment

2-The Dramatic Foil

Homework:

Read Act IV,
Work on Log

SAT/ACT Word

1-AP Assessment


Homework:

Read Act IV,
Work on Othello Log

SAT/ACT Word

1-Act III Aggregates


2-The Quest of Othello

Homework:

Read Othello Act IV

Work on Act IV log for 11/3


Othello Log

SAT/ACT Word

1-The Dramatic Foil

2-Gender Roles

Homework:Literary Terms
31-40

Act IV Othello Log Due Tuesday 11/3

Weekly

Assignment

10/31-11/4

12.RL.3-5,2,6,10; 12.IT.4, 5, 7; 12.W.2.4, 1, 6;

12.SL 1,4; 12. L. 3,6

Essential Questions

Learning Target: The Anti-Hero, The Mentor, The Dramatic Foil, Gender Themes


Mastery Goal: Enduring Themes, Redemption, Jealousy, Envy, Honor, Pride, The Quest

Extension: How to Read Literature Like a Professor

SAT/ACT Word

No School

SAT/ACT Word

1-Literary Terms 31-40 Wednesday

2-Othello

Act IV Logs Due 11/3

3-Terms Summative

Assessment


Homework:

Read Othello Act V, i and ii



Homework:

Act

Act IV Othello Log Due Tuesday 11/3

SAT/ACT Word

1-Othello Project

2-Othello IV,

3-Literary Terms 31-40


Homework:

Debate Formats

Research Three Facts

1-Courtesy

2-Structure

3-Rebuttal


Act V log Due 11/10

SAT/ACT Word

Act IV Log Due8am

1-Begin Act V Character/Quote Analysis


2-Novel Study

Homework:

Act V Log due 11/10


Team Selection for

Counts as a homework grade. Preference given by

order of entry.

Fire and Ice Debate

Sixth Period Only



Fire and Ice Debate

Fifth Period Only

SAT/ACT Word

1-Othello Act V

Homework:

Othello Act V Logs

Due 11/10 by 8am



Team Selection for

Counts as a homework grade. Preference given by

order of entry.

Fire and Ice Debate

Sixth Period Only



Fire and Ice Debate

Fifth Period Only

Weekly

Assignment

11/7-11/11

12.RL.3-5,2,6,10; 11-12.IT.4, 5, 7

12.W.2.4, 1, 6; 11-12.SL 1,4; 12. L. 3,6

Essential Questions

Learning Target: Redemptive Sacrifice, The Mentor, The Dramatic Foil, Gender Themes


Mastery Goal: Enduring Themes, Redemption, Jealousy, Envy, Honor, Pride, The Quest

Extension: How to Read Literature Like a Professor

SAT/ACT Word

1-Othello Act V Logs Due 11/10


Homework:

Shakespeare

Research Three Facts

1-The Economy

2-Society


Team Selection for

Counts as a homework grade. Preference given by

order of entry. Due by 8am Tuesday

Fire and Ice Debate

Sixth Period Only



Fire and Ice Debate

Fifth Period Only

SAT/ACT Word

No School



Homework:

The Globe Theatre

Research Three

Facts Each:

1-Structure

2-People

Not School

SAT/ACT Word


1-Literary Terms 41-50 Assessment

2-Act V Logs Due

11/10

3-Team Assignments Due

SAT/ACT Word

Work on Debate Teams

Act V Logs Due

1-Produce List of Roles

According to Rubric

2-Produce Materials List

According to Rubric


Homework:

Fire/Ice Team Prep

Document Due 11/15

This is due by each person

regardless of role in debate

Fifth Period Team Prep Document

Sixth Period Team Prep Document

SAT/ACT Word

Veterans Day

No School

Homework:

Literary Terms Summative 11/30

Homework:


Fire/Ice Team Prep

Document Due 11/15

This is due by each person

regardless of role in debate

Fifth Period Team Prep Document

Sixth Period Team Prep Document

Weekly

Assignment

11/14-11/18

12.RL.3-5,2,6,10; 12.IT.4, 5, 7

12.W.1-4,6; 12.SL 1,3,4; 12. L. 3,5,6

Essential Questions


How does the understanding of historical context impact cultural nuances in theme?


Compare and contrast Iago and Othello's language throughout the play.

How does each character's language illustrate his character?

At what point do the characters begin to speak alike?

What is the implication in that change?

Mastery Goals:

Learning Outcomes:

Learners will develop an understanding of rich vocabulary through

an examination of contextual meaning and a revised definition.

They will also apply knowledge of literary devices and narrative techniques to enhance appreciation of literature.

Learners will distinguish between guilt and innocence in the outcome of the play.

Learners will formulate a debate using 21st century skills as a performance assessment in judging character.

SAT/ACT Word

Fire/Ice Team Prep

Document Due 11/15 by 8am

Kings College Visits

1-Literary Terms 51-60 Tuesday

Summative now on 11/30

2-Othello Review

3-Debate Prep

Homework:

Debate Prep

Fire/Ice Team Prep

Document Due 11/16

This is due by each person

regardless of role in debate


Fifth Period Team Prep Document


Sixth Period Team Prep Document

SAT/ACT Word

1-Literary Terms 51-60

2-"Fire and Ice"

Debate Prep

Homework:

Fire/Ice Team Prep

Document Due 11/16

This is due by each person

regardless of role in debate


Fifth Period Team Prep Document


Sixth Period Team Prep Document

SAT/ACT Word

1-Fire vs. Ice Debate

Debate Prep

Othello Study

Homework:

Novel Prep

SAT/ACT Word

1-Fire vs. Ice Debate

2-Othello Study


Homework:

Othello Essay Tomorrow

SAT/ACT Word

1-Debate

2-AP Essay

Discussion

11/21-11/25

12.RL.3-5,2,6,10; 11-12.IT.4, 5, 7

12.W.2.4, 1, 6; 12.SL 1,4; 11-12. L. 3,6

Learning Target: The Villanelle


Essential Questions

SAT/ACT Word

1-Othello Exam



Homework: Othello Essay after Break

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Portfolio


Homework: Othello Essay after Break

SAT/ACT Word

No School the Rest of the Week





AP English Literature December/January:

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

Weekly Assignments

11/28-12/2

12.RL.3-5,2,6,10; 12.IT.4, 5, 7 12.W.2.4, 1, 6

12.SL 1,4 ;12. L. 3,6

Essential Questions

Learning Target

The Sestina

Varying Perspectives and Digital Media in Presentations

Author's Choice in Structure and Meaning and Varying Perspectives

Interpret Figures of Speech and Nuances in Meaning

Collaborate with Diverse Learners

SAT/ACT Word

1-AP Essay

1-AP Essay

Novel Study

Homework:

Study for Literary Terms Summative

SAT/ACT Word

Literary Terms Summative

Homework:

Work on Novel Portfolios

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Portfolio

Activity

Homework:

Work on Novel Portfolios

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Portfolio

Weekly Assignments

12/5- 12/9

12W.1,4,5 12;SL1,3,4; 12 RI 4,5,7
12RL 2,3,4,5,6,10; 12L 3,5,6

Learning Target

Terza Rima

Varying Perspectives and Digital Media in Presentations

Author's Choice in Structure and Meaning and Varying Perspectives


Interpret Figures of Speech and Nuances in Meaning

Collaborate with Diverse Learners

SAT/ACT Word

1-Media Center2-Animoto


Homework:

"The Eagle" on Poetry Page
Due Tuesday

SAT/ACT Word

1-"The Eagle"

2-Imagine

Homework:


Work on Novel Presentations


SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Presentations

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Presentations

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Presentations

Weekly Assignment

12/12-12/16

12W.1,4,5 12;SL1,3,4; 12 RI 4,5,7
12RL 2,3,4,5,6,10; 12L 3,5,6

Learning Target

The Villanelle

Varying Perspectives and Digital Media in Presentations

Author's Choice in Structure and Meaning and Varying Perspectives


Interpret Figures of Speech and Nuances in Meaning

Collaborate with Diverse Learners

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Presentations

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Study

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Study

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Study

SAT/ACT Word

Novel Study:

Weekly Assignment

12/19-12/23/15

1-Novel Presentation
1-"The Eagle"
2-Novel Presentations

Novel Presentations

No School

No School

Weekly Assignment:

12/28-1/1

No School

No School

No School



Weekly Assignment

1/2-1/6

12W.1,4,5 12;SL1,3,4; 12 RI 4,5,7
12RL 2,3,4,5,6,10; 12L 3,5,6

Learning Target

The Villanelle

Varying Perspectives and Digital Media in Presentations

Author's Choice in Structure and Meaning and Varying Perspectives


Interpret Figures of Speech and Nuances in Meaning

Collaborate with Diverse Learners

No School

No School

Novel Study

Data Analysis

Assessment Capable Learning

1-Literature Selection:
"Imagine"
Terza Rima

Theodore Roethke

The Villanelle

"The Waking"




AP English Literature January/February:


Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

Weekly

Assignments

1/9-13

CCSS:

11-12.RL.3-5

11-12.IT.4

11-12.W.2.4

Mastery Goal:

Essential/Enduring

Question(s)

Distinguish between

prose and poetry.

1-Introduction to Poetry


2-"Dulce et Decorem Est"

1-Introduction to Poetry

2-"Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day"

1-Perrine's Chapter One

Review

2- Elements of Poetry

3-"Ars Poetica"

Read for Homework:

due

1-The Importance of Being Earnest

1-Mini M/C

2-"The Eagle"

"Winter"

"Dulce et Decorum Est" Review

Homework:



"Ars Poetica"

"Suicides Notes

Answer Questions
Follow H/W Format






Weekly

Assignments

1/16-1/20

CCSS:

11-12.RL.3-5

11-12.IT.4

11-12.W.2.4

Mastery Goal:

Essential/Enduring

Question(s)

Distinguish between

prose and poetry.

No School

SAT/ACT Word

1-The Sestina

2-"Sestina"

Homework:


The Ballad of Birminghamon

Poetry Page Chapter One

Answer Questions



SAT/ACT Word

1-Dramatic Monologue

2-"My Last Duchess"

1-Figurative Language
2-TPCASTT
and DIDLS
3-Poetry"The Man He Killed"

Read for Homework:

Finish Chapter Two

"When in Rome" to "Storm Warnings" Follow H/W Format

1-Mirror

2-Ars Poetica



Read for Homework:

"There is no

Frigate.."

to "Pathedy..."

Follow H/W Format







Weekly

Assignments

1/23-1/27/16

CCSS:

11-12.RL.3-5

11-12.IT.4

11-12.W.2.4

Mastery Goal:

Imagery, Connotation, Denotation,

Symbol


Essential/

Enduring

Question(s):

How do images and symbols change our attitudes about life and death?

SAT/ACT Word

1-"I am in Danger Sir"

Figurative Language

2-Class Activity on

Denotation and Connotation

3-A Child by Tiger

Due 2/9


Read for Homework:

"Naming of Parts"

Stop at

"I am in Danger Sir"

Follow H/W Format




SAT/ACT Word

1st Period Assessment

9:00-11:35


Lunch

4h Period


2nd Period Assessment

1:21 to 3:55

SAT/ACT Word

3rd Period Assessment

9:00 to 11:35


Lunch/4th


4th Period

Assessment

12:21 to 3:55

SAT/ACT Word

5th Period Assessment

9:00 to 11:35


Lunch/4th


6th Period

Assessment

12:21 to 3:55

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Presentation

2-Chapter Three

3-"One Art"


Read for Homework:

"Desert Places

to "One

Art"

Follow H/W Format




February



Weekly

Assignments

1/30-2/3

CCSS:

RL12-2,6,10,12

RI 12-5, 7, 9

W 12-1a-e, 6

SL 12-1-5

L12 3,6

Mastery Goal:

Poetic Forms

Setting

Enduring

Question(s):

SSA: "The Child by Tiger"

due Next Week

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Study

2-Poetry

Read for Homework:

"Meeting

at Night"

to "The Widow's

Lament"

Follow H/W Format

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Study

2-Begin Chapter Four: Imagery

Read for Homework:

"I Felt a Funeral"

to "After Apple Picking"

Follow H/W Format

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Portfolio

Read for Homework:

SSA Due Tomorrow

Follow Directions on Template

Read PDF on Page

SAT/ACT Word

1-Poetry

2-The Child by Tiger

Preview Due 2/9

3-Finish Chapter Four/

As in Discussions Not

Work

4-The Role of Transition

Read for Homework:

Finish Chapter Four

Poems


Follow H/W Format

SAT/ACT Word

1-AP Essay Exam/Poetry

Wilbur Collins

2-Poetry Forms

3-Setting Intro

Read for Homework:

Begin Chapter Five;

"The Guitarist...

to "Bright Star"

Follow H/W Format

February






Weekly Assignments

2/6-2/10/

CCSS:

RL12-2,6,10,12

RI 12-5, 7, 9

W 12-1a-e, 6

SL 12-1-5

L12 3,6

Mastery Goal:

Language

Poetic Forms

Essential Questions

SSA: "The Child by Tiger"

due This Week

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Study

2-Poetry Cont'd

Read for Homework:

"Mind"

to "Ghost

of a Chance"

Follow H/W Format

SAT/ACT Word

1-Mini Assessment M/H Practice/Poetry

2-Chapter Five

Poems

Homework:

"A Valediction"to

"Introduction to

Poetry"

Follow H/W Format

SAT/ACT Word

1-AP Practice/Prose

M/C Excerpt

2-Chapter Five

Read for Homework:

Begin Chapter Six:

"The Road Not Taken"

to "The Sick Rose"

Follow H/W Format

SSA Due Tomorrow

SAT/ACT Word

1-SSA: A Child by Tiger

Optional Extra Credit or Grade Replacement

2-Prose Passage Prep

3-Novel Study

Read for Homework:

Chapter Six:

"Digging"

to "Fire and Ice"


Follow H/W Format

SAT/ACT Word

1-AP Essay Exam/Poetry

2-Wilbur/Collins

Read for Homework:

"Ulysses"

to "Hymn to

God"

Follow H/W Format


Reminder:

Heart of Darkness Begins 2/22







WeeklyAssignments

2/13- 2/17/

CCSS:

RL12-2,6,10,12

RI 12-5, 7, 9

W 12-1a-e, 6

SL 12-1-5

L12 3,6

Mastery Goal:

Figurative Language

Paradox

Irony

Fiction/Plot

Enduring

Question(s):

SSA: "The Destructors"

due This Week

Begin Heart of Darkness 2/18

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Study


2-M/C Practice

Homework:

Chapter Seven

"Much Madness

to"The Sun Rising"


Follow H/W Format

SAT/ACT Word

1-AP Practice

Exam/Poetry Prep

2-Poetry

Homework:

Chapter Seven

"Incident" to

"The Chimney

Sweeper"

Follow H/W Format

SAT/ACT Word

1-Discussion of Paradox,

"Batter my Heart"

Situational Irony:

"Ozymandias"

Dramatic Irony:

"My Last Duchess"

2-Poetry

Portfolio

3-Chapter Seven

Homework:

Chapter Seven:

"Batter my Heart"

and "Sorting Laundry"

Follow H/W Format

SSA Due Tomorrrow

SAT/ACT Word

1-SSA:

"The Destructors"

2-Novel Study

Read for Homework:

"A Considerable Speck"

Follow H/W Format

SAT/ACT Word

1-AP Essay Exam/

Poetry/Structure

2-Poetry

Read for Homework:

Chapter Eight

Analysis of

"Out-Out"

to "On His Blindness"

Heart of Darkness

start class on Monday







WeeklyAssignments

2/20-2/24/

CCSS:

RL12-1,2,3,10,12

RI 12-1,2, 4 9

W 12-1a-e, 6

SL 12-1-5

L12 3,6

Mastery Goal:

Characterization

Poetic Structure

Essential Questions

SSA: "Miss Brill"

due This Week

Begin Heart of Darkness

SAT/ACT Word

Heart of Darkness

1-"Out-Out"

2-Introduction to Heart of Darkness

Homework:

Finish Chapter 8

Poems/ One DIDLS or TPCASST

SAT/ACT Word

1-M/C Poetry

Homework:

Poetry Chapter

Nine, follow directions for Class Activity;

for HOD:

Read First Third

in packet.

SAT/ACT Word

1-Poetry Discussions

on The Sonnet

2-Heart of Darkness

Homework:

Follow Directions on Homework Page

SSA Due Tomorrow

SAT/ACT Word

1-SSA:

"Miss Brill"

2-Discussion of Packets for

Heart of Darkness

Read for Homework:

Finish Chapter

Ten; Follow Directions

on Poetry Page

SAT/ACT Word

1-M/C Practice

"My Mistress'Eyes"

2-Collect Maps and

Questions

Read for Homework:


Poetry:Chapter 11 Follow
Directions

Read HOD

Second Third

update handout:

Themes and Symbolism

page as you read.





March


WeeklyAssignments

2/27-3/3

CCSS:

RL12-1,2,3,10,12

RI 12-1,2, 4 9

W 12-1a-e, 6

SL 12-1-5

L12 3,6

Mastery Goal:

Tone

Musical Devices

Essential Questions

SSA: "Gooseberries"

due This Week

Heart of Darkness

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Presentation

Homework:

Chapter 12 Poetry

Work on HOD
Begin Final Third

SAT/ACT Word

ACT Given At School

Read for Homework:

Take notes on Chapter 13;l

Read Final third

HOD updates tomorrow

SAT/ACT Word

1-Novel Presentation


Musical Devices Chapter 11 Poems

2- HOD


Read for Homework:

Continue HOD

SSA Due Tomorrow

SAT/ACT Word

1-SSA:

"Gooseberries"

2-AP Practice HOD Two

Read for Homework:

Finish HOD for 3/9

Complete Packet

SAT/ACT Word

1-HOD Viewing

Homework:

Finish HOD and Packets







Weekly Assignments

3/6-3/10

CCSS:

RL12-1,2,3,10,12

RI 12-1,2, 4 9

W 12-1a-e, 6

SL 12-1-5

L12 3,6

Mastery Goal:

Surprise Endings

Motif

Recurring Themes

Paradox

Oxymoron

Essential Questions

SSA: "A Worn Path"

due This Week

Heart of Darkness

Begin "Hamlet"

SAT/ACT Word

1-Assessment Capable Learning

2-Collect Packets 3/9

Homework:

Finish HOD Packets


Bring a Copy of Hamlet to Class

SAT/ACT Word

1-Essay Re-Write/Test Corrections

2-Collect Packets 3/9

Homework:

Bring HOD Packets Tomorrow


Bring a Copy of Hamlet to Class

SAT/ACT Word

1-Essay Re-Write

2-Begin Hamlet Act One


Homework:


Read Hamlet Act One

SAT/ACT Word

1- SSA "A Worn Path"

2- Collect HOD
3-Assessment Capable Learning

4-Begin Hamlet Act One



Homework:

Read Act One "Hamlet" for Homework

SAT/ACT Word

1-Hamlet Act One

2-Act One Logs

Homework:

Read Act One "Hamlet" Complete Log



AP English Literature March/AprilMay Boot Camp






WeeklyAssignments

3/13-3/17

CCSS:

RL12-1,2,3,10,12

RI 12-1,2, 5, 7

W 12-1a-e, 6

SL 12-1-5

L12 3,6

Mastery Goal:

Imagery

Motifs

Irony

Characterization

Essential Questions

SSA:

due This Week

"Hamlet"

Mythology Project Rubrics

Due

Outside Reading:

"Antigone"

SAT/ACT Word

1-Read Act I Review

2- Hamlet Continued

Homework:

Read Act Two/Complete Log for

Wednesday 3/15

SAT/ACT Word

1-Act II Hamlet

Homework:

Continue "Hamlet" Act II

Read Act II "Hamlet"

and Complete Log for tomorrow

SAT/ACT Word

1-Logs Due

2-The Foil

3-"Hamlet"

Homework:

SSA Due Tomorrow

"Paul's Case"

SAT/ACT Word

1-SSA " Paul's Case"

2-35 Minute M/C

Homework:

Locate examples of

motifs, irony, and

characterization in

Act II. Cite examples

and explicate your

choices as it ties

to the action.

SAT/ACT Word

35 Minute M/C Practice

Exam

Homework:

Read Act III

Answer

Log Questions

for Monday







WeeklyAssignments

3/20-3/24

CCSS:

RL12-1,2,3,10,12

RI 12-1,2, 5, 7

W 12-1a-e, 6

SL 12-1-5

L12 3,6

Mastery Goal:

Imagery

Motifs

Irony

Characterization

Dramatic Foil

Motif of False Appearances

Allusion

Essential Questions

SSA:

due This Week:

"Hills Like White Elephants"

"Hamlet"

Outside

Optional Reading:

"Antigone"

SAT/ACT Word

1-Hamlet Study Act III

2-Class Activity

1-Identify

Motifs from Worksheets

2-Evaluate

Symbolism and Nature of

Evil

3-What do they suggest about the

nature of evil?

SAT/ACT Word

1- Hamlet Act IV Logs in Class

2-Symbols in Nature

Homework:

Hamlet Act IV Log Due3/24

SAT/ACT Word

1-"Hamlet" Act IV

2-Act IV The Dramatic Foil

Homework:

SSA: "Hills Like White Elephants"

(Optional with "The Guest"

Read Act IV, answer

log questions

SAT/ACT Word

1- SSA "Hills Like

White Elephants"

(Optional)

2-Hamlet Act IV

Be prepared to discuss

in class

3-

AP Pass Score

Conversion


Homework:

Answer Log

Questions


Finish Act V Log Questions

SAT/ACT Word

1-Hamlet Act V Logs

Homework:

Answer Log

Questions

Finish Act V Log Questions






Weekly Assignments

3/27-3/31

Goals/Objectives:

CCSS:

RL12-2,6,10,12

RI 12-5, 7, 9

W 12-1a-e, 6

SL 12-1-5

L12 3,6

Allusion

Imagery

Symbolism

Mastery Goal:

Essential Questions

SSA: Due Next Week:

"The Guest"

"Hamlet"

1-Hamlet Act V Logs Due

Homework:

Answer Log

Questions


Finish Act V Log Questions

Hamlet Review

Homework: Assessment Tomorrow



Hamlet Assessment

Prose Essay

Prose Essay Discussion

Homework: Essay Review

Prose Essay in Class

1-Begin Their Eyes Were Watching God Monday

Homework:

Answer







Weekly Assignments

4/3-4/7

SSA: "The Guest"

CCSS:

11-12.RL.3-5,2,6,10

11-12.IT.4, 5, 7

11-12.W.2.4, 1, 6

11-12.SL 1,4

11-12. L. 3,6

Mastery Goal:

Dialect

Setting

Colloquialism

Essential Questions see Unit Plans

SSA This Week:

"The Guest"

SAT Word

1-Their Eyes Were Watching God

Project Choices Discussion

Homework:

Read Their Eyes Were Watching God


TEWWG Activity Selection Due by 4/8

Journal due 4/21

Activities Uploaded by 4/22

SAT Word

1- TEWWG Character

Analysis

Themes

Motifs

3-Activity Selection

Setting

Homework:

Read Their Eyes Were Watching God

TEWWG Activity Selection Due

by 4/8

Journal due 4/21

Activities Due by 4/21

SAT Work

1-TEWWG

Homework:

SSA Due Tomorrow

TEWWG Activity Selection

Due by Friday

Journal due 4/21

Activities Uploaded by 4/21

SAT Word

1-SSA "The Guest"

2-TEWWG

3-Prose Essay Reminder

Homework:

Test Corrections

TEWWG Journal due 4/21

Activities Uploaded by 4/21

Assessment Capable Data

Homework:

Homework:

TEWWG Journal due 4/21

Activities Uploaded by 4/21

4/10-4/14

CCSS:

11-12.RL.3-5,2,6,10

11-12.IT.4, 5, 7

11-12.W.2.4, 1, 6

11-12.SL 1,4

11-12. L. 3,6

Mastery Goal:

Dialect

Setting

Colloquialism

Essential Questions see Unit Plans

No SSA This Week

No School

Homework:

TEWWG

Projects Uploaded by 4/22

No School


Homework:

TEWWG

Activities due by

No School

1-TEWWG Projects Due 4/21

No School

No School

Weekly Assignments 4/17-4/20

CCSS:

11-12.RL.,2,6,10

11-12.IT.4, 5, 7

11-12.W. 1, 6

11-12.SL 1,4

11-12. L. 3,6

Mastery Goal:

Symbolism

Epigram

Setting

Enduring

Question(s):

SSA: Due This Week :

"The Rocking Horse Winner"

1-Their Eyes Were Watching God Study

2-Activities Due

Homework:

SAT Word

1-Final Exam; Part One

MC Portion

Homework:

Notebooks due Next Week

SAT Word

1- Essay Prep

2- Cap and Gown Delivery

Homework:

SAT Word

1-Essay One

Homework

1-Essay Two Fifth Period

2-Sixth Period Prom Activity


Homework:

Essay Scoring

Notebook Checks

Monday







Weekly Assignments 4/24-4/28

CCSS:

11-12.RL.3-5

11-12.IT.4

11-12.W.2.4

AP Pass Score Conversion

Exam Review

1-Essay Three Fifth Period

2-Essay Two Sixth Period


Homework:

Poetic Forms

Assignment from Class

Literary Terms

1-Exam Review Fifth

1-Essay Three Sixth Period

Homework:

M/C Revisions, Prose and Poetry

M/C Practice

Exam Review

1-Essay Review

Homework:

Exam Review

Homework:

List one example of each :

Motif; Symbol;

Dramatic Foil; Archetypes;

Static Character; Dynamic Character

on Page:

Motifs, Archetypes, etc

Exam Review

M/C Options

Homework:

Outline and create a thesis for "The last Night"

Pay attention to:

rhyme

capitalization

dashes

pronouns

Literary Movements

Poetic Forms

Literary Devices

Study:

Literary Movements

Poetic Forms







5/2-5/6/16

Exam Day
Wednesday, May 4th

Exam Review

Essay One and Two

AP Writing Rubric and Tips

Literary Movements

Poetic Forms

Exam Review

Essay Three

Literary Movements

M/C Prose

M/C Poetry

Writing Practice

Exam Day

No Digital Watches

No Technology

Bring Traditional Watch

Pencils

Blue/Black Pens





















Mrs. Saunders





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Month Three Planner covers the last weeks of first semester and is located on the GP Calendar

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