December 12-16, 2017

Monday

Snow day

Tuesday

An Epic Foil

Tragic Hero

Wednesday

Antigone Quiz 1

Georgia Health Survey

Thursday

Review Antigone

Final Exam Study Guide Fall 2017

Friday

Antigone Test

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December 4 – 8, 2017

Monday

Unit 4 Vocabulary:  advance, criteria, justice, direct characterization, indirect characterization, monologue, ode, oral interpretation, stichomythia, Chorus, Deus ex Machina, Diyonysus, Ode, Orchestra, Peripetia, Skene, Sphinx

Introduction to Greek Drama

‘A Tragic Family”

Tuesday

“Soul Sisters”

Wednesday

Enter the King

Thursday

Conflicting Motivations

Friday

Antigone Quiz

November 27 – December 1, 2017

Monday

Review Things Fall Apart

Review Sentence Types

Okonkwo, the Tragic Hero p. 253

Searching for Sentence Types in Reading

Tuesday

Review Sentence Types

Sentence Combining

Reading Things… 

Key Events p.255-256

Third Block Takes SLO

Wednesday

Misplaced Modifiers

“Mr. Brown vs. Mr. Smith” p 257-258

Thursday

Review Things

Irony in the novel p. 264

Friday

Things Fall Apart Test

Annotated Bibliography

October 30- November 3, 2017

Support Apply to College Week

Participate in Apply to College Week and Get Points!!

Monday

Read Things Fall Apart, Chapters 4-5

Take a picture of the graduation caps around campus & send 1 email to my work gmail account.

Tuesday

Apply for a sophomore scholarship

Discuss service project

Read Chapter 6-7

Wednesday

Ask your teachers about their colleges

  • Why did you choose your school?
  • Would you encourage students to apply there now?
  • Did you feel supported at your school?
  • What was your favorite thing about your school?
  • If you could not have gone to to that college, where would you have gone?

Chapters 8-9

Thursday

Complete job applications

Chapter 10 & Review

Friday

Quiz

October 2-6, 2017

Monday

“The Hunger of Memory”

Persona and Audience Relations

Tuesday

Socratic Seminar Questions: Be prepared to respond to the following questions related to “Grape Sherbet,” “Woman With Kite,” “Persepolis,” “The Hunger of Memory,” and if you are in honors Bless Me, Ultima or How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents.

  • Why did the author choose this title?
  • Does the title fit the purpose?
  • What does the title mean?
  • What is the tone of the piece?
  • How do you know?
  • Explain if cultural identity is important to the author?
  • How does the author or characters define success?
  • Who is considered successful (Author/characters)?
  • Who is the audience?
  • In what ways does the text resonate with you?
  • Have you had any similar conflicts?

Wednesday

Varied Sentence Structure

Thursday

“Thanksgiving: A Personal History”

internal and external changes; perspective

Friday

Quiz

September 18-23, 2017

Monday

Parallel Text Book Talk

Graphic Novel Vocabulary

Persepolis – Marjane Satrapi

Tuesday

“If You are What You Eat, then What am I?” – Geeta Kothari

Wednesday

“Grape Sherbet” – Rita Dove

“Woman With Kite” – Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

Thursday

What are the trends? Create a Venn Diagram comparing the Narrative Elements: setting, character, dialogue, sequence of events, and point of view. Determine a theme shared by Tuesday and Wednesday’s texts.

Friday

Quiz