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Week of 3/1 - Cycle 5-4 (Odd)

Course:  English IV Academic Period 3
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions:  How can we “influence” people to agree with us? How are we influenced? What makes good evidence?
Standards/PIs: I can develop a precise thesis based on a broad topic of instruction, and I can synthesize research findings to inform my audience on a topic and support my thesis statement.
Student Assignments:
In-Class Work:
* Workshop to complete Research Project 
   → Annotated Bibliographies
   → Guiding Questions document
   → Research Notes
   →
Google Site
Remote Work:
* Annotated Bibliography Assignment for Minimum of THREE Sources
* Update/Finalize Guiding Questions Document
* Complete Research Notes from Sources
* Develop and Publish a Completed Google Site on Your Topic
Links/Resources:  Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom.

Course:  English I Academic Period 5
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions:  
Standards/PIs: Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work:
* Romeo & Juliet Reading/Discussion (Act 3-5)
* Review Independent Reading Book Talk Assignment/Expectations
Remote Work:
* Independent Reading
* Romeo & Juliet work (Outline/Evidence in response to Prompt)
Links/Resources:   Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom.

Week of 2/22 - Cycle 5-3 (Odd)

Course:  English IV Academic Period 3
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions:  
Standards/PIs: I can develop a precise thesis based on a broad topic of instruction, and I can organize information logically to present and refute counterclaims with reasons and evidence.
Student Assignments:
In-Class Work:
* Google Sites introduction
* Annotated Bibliography Review/Assignment
* Research Notes/Outline
Remote Work: 
* Annotated Bibliography Assignment for One Source
* Outline Notes for Google Site
* Research Notes from Sources
Links/Resources:  Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom.

Course:  English I Academic Period 5
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions:  
Standards/PIs: Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work:
* Review Vocabulary Lesson 1 
* Quiz Vocabulary Lesson 1 (A - Wed and B - Thu)
* Romeo & Juliet Reading/Discussion
Remote Work: 
* Vocabulary Lesson 1 - Review for Quiz
* Romeo and Juliet outline for essay
* Independent Reading
Links/Resources:   Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom.

Week of 2/8 - Cycle 5-2 (Odd)

Course:  English IV Academic Period 3
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours:, By Appt (M-F)
Standards/PIs: Students will conduct research to solve a problem, address a question, or develop a position by gathering materials and evidence from diverse sources.
Student Assignments:
In-Class Work:
* Reading - Selected Text (READ EACH DAY!)
* Review Databases and Searching
* Review Annotated Bibliography Format
* Vocabulary Lesson 6 Quiz (A-Wed and B-Thu)
Remote Work:
* Read Assigned/selected text
* Explore Provided Sources and Find New Sources Using Databases
* Note-Taking on Specific Sources
* Updated Guiding Questions Document (Revise/Add Questions)
Links/Resources:  Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom.

Course:  English I Academic Period 5
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions: What is the relationship between courage and responsibility?
Standards/PIs: Students will conduct research projects to solve a problem, develop a position on an issue, or address a question
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work:
* Review Vocabulary Lesson 1 - Definitions and Sentences
* Review Summarizing, Paraphrasing, Quoting (SPQ)
* Elizabethan England Research - Note-taking
* Review Independent Reading Project & Select a Book
Remote Work
* Summarizing, Paraphrasing, Quoting Assignment
* Independent Reading - READ EACH DAY!
* Elizabethan England Research - Detailed Note-taking on TWO Sources
* Grammar - Verbs
Links/Resources:   Handouts in class and posted in Google Classroom.

Week of 2/1 - Cycle 5-1 (Odd)

Course:  English IV Academic Period 3
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours:, By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions:   
Standards/PIs: Research skills
Student Assignments:
In-Class Work:
* Introduce Research Project
* Text selection - A Stranger in the Woods or The 57 Bus
* Introduce Vocabulary Lesson 6
* Review Guiding Questions
* Overview of Databases/Searches
Remote Work: 
* Read assigned/selected text
* Develop guiding research questions for the assigned topic
* Review sources provided 
* Vocabulary lesson 6 sentences
Links/Resources:  Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom.

Course:  English I Academic Period 5
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions:  What is the relationship between courage and responsibility?
Standards/PIs: Research
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work:
* Introduce Vocabulary Lesson 1 
* Introduce Mini Research Project and Review Databases
* Summarizing, Paraphrasing, Quoting Lesson + Activity (SPQ)
* NoodleTools Review
* Review Independent Reading Project
Remote Work
* Vocabulary Lesson 1 Definitions and Sentences
* Summarizing, Paraphrasing, Quoting Assignment
* Select an independent reading book
* Review Sources about Elizabethan England
* Grammar - Verbs
Links/Resources:   Handouts in class and posted in Google Classroom.

Week of 1/25/21 - Cycle 4-4 (Even)

Course:  English IV Academic Period 2
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: Friday, 9-11 am
Essential Questions:  How can we “influence” people to agree with us? How are we influenced? What makes good evidence?
Standards/PIs: Argument Writing - evaluating evidence, counterclaims/refutations
Student Assignments:
In-Class Work:
* Review FlipGrid - Oral Argument Video
* Review Counterclaims
* Writing Workshop (Draft/Revise/Edit Closing Argument Essay)
Remote Work: 
* Closing Argument Essay (Draft/Revise/Edit)
Links/Resources:  Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom.

Course:  English I Honors Period 4
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: Friday, 9-11 am
Essential Questions: What is the importance of storytelling? What is the relationship between courage and responsibility?
Standards/PIs: Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.
Research - I can take notes from a source and cite work that is not my own (including summarized and paraphrased information). 
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work: 
* A Yellow Raft in Blue Water Reading and Discussion
* Storytelling Unit - Draft/Revise/Edit Essay
* Grammar (Verbs, Subject/Predicate)
Remote Work: 
*  Storytelling - Draft/Revise/Edit Essay
*  A Yellow Raft in Blue Water theme/quote assignment
*  GrammarFlip Lessons
Links/Resources:   Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom

Course:  English I Academic Period 6
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: Friday, 9-11 am
Essential Questions: What is the importance of storytelling? What is the relationship between courage and responsibility?
Standards/PIs: Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work: 
* Unbroken Epilogue
* Storytelling Unit - Outline and Drafting
* Grammar (Verbs, Subject/Predicate)
Remote Work: 
* Storytelling Essay - Draft/Revise/Edit Essay
* Unbroken Theme/Quote assignment
* GrammarFlip Lessons
Links/Resources:   Handouts in class and posted in Google Classroom.

Week of 1/18/21 - Cycle 4-3 (Even)

Course:  English IV Academic Period 2
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: Friday, 9-11 am
Essential Questions:  How can we “influence” people to agree with us? How are we influenced? What makes good evidence?
Standards/PIs: Argument Writing - evaluating evidence, counterclaims/refutations
Student Assignments:
In-Class Work:
* Closing Argument Activity
* Vocabulary Quiz - Thu (B) / Fri (A)
* Serial Episode 12
Remote Work
* Develop Thesis Statement and Outline Evidence
* Draft Closing Argument
Links/Resources:  Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom.

Course:  English I Honors Period 4
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: Friday, 9-11 am
Essential Questions: What is the importance of storytelling? What is the relationship between courage and responsibility?
Standards/PIs: Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.
Research - I can take notes from a source and cite work that is not my own (including summarized and paraphrased information). 
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work
* A Yellow Raft in Blue Water Reading and Discussion
* Storytelling Unit - Outline/Draft Essay
* Grammar (Verbs, Subject/Predicate)
Remote Work
*  Storytelling - Outline and Drafting
*  A Yellow Raft in Blue Water Reading and Assignment
*  Vocabulary preparation for Quiz - Thu (B) and Fri (A)
*  GrammarFlip Lesson
Links/Resources:   Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom

Course:  English I Academic Period 6
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: Friday, 9-11 am
Essential Questions: What is the importance of storytelling? What is the relationship between courage and responsibility?
Standards/PIs: Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work
* Unbroken Reading and Discussion
* Storytelling Unit - Outline and Drafting
* Grammar (Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives)
Remote Work
* Storytelling Essay - Outline/Draft
* Unbroken Reading and Assignment
* GrammarFlip Lessons
Links/Resources:   Handouts in class and posted in Google Classroom.

Week of 1/11 - Cycle 4-2 (even)

 

Course:  English IV Academic Period 2
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: Friday, 9-11 am
Essential Questions:  How can we “influence” people to agree with us? How are we influenced? What makes good evidence?
Standards/PIs: Speaking & Listening - I can identify a speaker’s purpose and evaluate it based on their use of logic, emotions, and credibility.
Student Assignments:
In-Class Work
* Serial Episode 4 and notes
* Ethos, Pathos, Logos
* Vocabulary Quiz - Wed/Thu
* Serial Episode 5 notes/activity
Remote Work
* Serial podcast 4 with notes and episode 5 (listen)
* Vocabulary Lesson Two Definitions
* Ethos, Pathos, Logos Assignment
Links/Resources:  Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom.

Course:  English I Honors Period 4
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: Friday, 9-11 am
Essential Questions: What is the importance of storytelling? What is the relationship between courage and responsibility?
Standards/PIs: Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.
Student Assignments
In-Class Work
* A Yellow Raft in Blue Water Reading and Discussion
* Storytelling Unit - R.T. Formative Body Paragraph and Conclusion
* Grammar (Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives)
Remote Work
*  Storytelling - Outline and Drafting
*  A Yellow Raft in Blue Water Reading and Assignment
*  Vocabulary preparation for Quiz (1/20 and 1/21)
*  GrammarFlip Lesson
Links/Resources:   Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom

Course:  English I Academic Period 6
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: Friday, 9-11 am
Essential Questions: What is the importance of storytelling? What is the relationship between courage and responsibility?
Standards/PIs: Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work
* A Yellow Raft in Blue Water Reading and Discussion
* Storytelling Unit - L.Zamperini Formative Body Paragraph and Conclusion
* Grammar (Parts of Speech)
Remote Work
* Storytelling interview
* Storytelling Unit - L.Z body and concluding paragraphs
* GrammarFlip
Links/Resources:   Handouts in class and posted in Google Classroom.

 

Week of 1/4 - Cycle 4-1 (Even)

Course:  English IV Academic Period 2
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions:  How can we “influence” people to agree with us? How are we influenced? What makes good evidence?
Standards/PIs: Speaking & Listening - I can identify a speaker’s purpose and evaluate it based on their use of logic, emotions, and credibility.
Student Assignments:
In-Class Work:
* Introduce Argument Writing Unit 
* Introduce Serial Podcast
* Introduce Vocabulary Lesson One
Remote Work

* Serial podcast homework
* Vocabulary
* GrammarFlip lesson
Links/Resources:  Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom.

Course:  English I Honors Period 4
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions: What is the importance of storytelling? What is the relationship between courage and responsibility?
Standards/PIs: Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work
* Introduction to Essay Writing
* Overview of Storytelling Project
* Begin reading A Yellow Raft in Blue Water by Michael Dorris
Remote Work
*  Storytelling - Identify an interviewee, generation research, interview questions
*
 Reading Chapters A Yellow Raft in Blue Water (through Ch.6 pg. 103)
Vocabulary Units 5+6 (worksheets)
Links/Resources:   Handouts in class and posted in Google Classroom

Course:  English I Academic Period 6
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions: What is the importance of storytelling? What is the relationship between courage and responsibility?
Standards/PIs: Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work
* Introduction to essay writing
* Overview of Storytelling Project
* Begin reading Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand
Remote Work
*  Storytelling - Identify an interviewee, generation research, interview questions
*  Unbroken reading - Ch. 1-15
Links/Resources:   Handouts in class and posted in Google Classroom

Week of 12/21 - Cycle 3-6 (Odd)

Course:  English IV Academic Period 2
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours:, By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions:  How can we “influence” people to agree with us? How are we influenced? What makes good evidence?
Standards/PIs: I can develop a precise thesis based on a broad topic of instruction, and I can organize information logically to present and refute counterclaims with reasons and evidence.
Student Assignments:
In-Class Work
*Serial Closing Argument 
    1.Final Essa
    2.Oral presentation (or Flipgrid video)
Remote Work
*Closing Argument (written essay/oral notes)
*GrammarFlip Lessons
Links/Resources:  Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom.

Course:  English I Academic Period 6
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions: What is the importance of storytelling? What is the relationship between courage and responsibility?
Standards/PIs: Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work
* Unbroken - Courage Quote Sandwich - Use of transitions
* Storytelling Essay - revisions and final version
Remote Work:
* Storytelling Essay - revisions and final version (Tue 12/22)
Links/Resources:   Handouts in class and posted in Google Classroom.

Week of 12/14 - Cycle 3-5 (Odd)

Course:  English IV Academic Period 2
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions:  How can we “influence” people to agree with us? How are we influenced? What makes good evidence?
Standards/PIs: I can develop a precise thesis based on a broad topic of instruction, and I can organize information logically to present and refute counterclaims with reasons and evidence.
Student Assignments:
In-Class Work
* Vocabulary Two Quiz
* Closing Argument Examples
* Closing Argument (Thesis, Outline. Drafting. Revising)
Remote Work
*Closing Argument (written essay/oral notes)
* GrammarFlip Lessons
Links/Resources:  Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom.

Course:  English I Academic Period 6
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions: What is the importance of storytelling? What is the relationship between courage and responsibility?
Standards/PIs: Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work
* Unbroken  Reading (finish the book) and Movie
* Storytelling Essay - Drafting and Revising
* Interview - Outline Notes and Draft Essay
* Grammar - Parts of Speech - Subject+Predicate/Adjectives
Remote Work
*  Storytelling - Draft and Revise Essay
*  Unbroken - Reading(finish the book); Watch the movie
*  GrammarFlip Lessons
Links/Resources:   Handouts in class and posted in Google Classroom.

Week of 12/7 - Cycle 3-4 (Odd)

Course:  English IV Academic Period 2
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours:, By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions:  How can we “influence” people to agree with us? How are we influenced? What makes good evidence?
Standards/PIs: I can develop a precise thesis based on a broad topic of instruction, and I can organize information logically to present and refute counterclaims with reasons and evidence.
Student Assignments:
In-Class Work:
* Writing Journal Prompts
* Argument Writing: Claims/Counterclaims
* Serial Episodes 6, 8, 12 (partial)
* Rhetorical Appeals: Ethos, Pathos, Logos 
Remote Work
* Serial Episode 6 podcast and notes
* Serial Episodes 8 + 12 (partial)
* Serial - Thesis Statement
* Vocabulary Lesson Two - Sentences
* Ethos, Pathos, Logos - Atticus Finch Assignment
* GrammarFlip lesson
Links/Resources:  Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom.

Course:  English I Academic Period 6
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions: What is the importance of storytelling? What is the relationship between courage and responsibility?
Standards/PIs: Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work: 
* Unbroken Reading
* Storytelling Unit - Conclusions, In-text citations, transitions
* Interview - Outline Notes and Draft Essay
* Grammar - Parts of Speech
Remote Work
*  Storytelling - Outline Notes and Draft Essay
*  Unbroken Reading and quote selection
*  GrammarFlip Lesson
Links/Resources:   Handouts in class and posted in Google Classroom.

Week of 11/30 - Cycle 3-3 (Odd)

Course:  English IV Academic Period 2
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours:, By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions:  How can we “influence” people to agree with us? How are we influenced? What makes good evidence?
Standards/PIs: Speaking & Listening - I can identify a speaker’s purpose and evaluate it based on their use of logic, emotions, and credibility.
Student Assignments:
In-Class Work:
* Writing Journal Prompt
* Vocabulary One Review - Mon/Tue
* Vocabulary One Quiz - Wed/The
* Serial Episode 5 notes/activity
Remote Work
* Serial podcast 5 notes
* Vocabulary Lesson Two Definitions
* GrammarFlip lesson
Links/Resources:  Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom.

Course:  English I Academic Period 6
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions: What is the importance of storytelling? What is the relationship between courage and responsibility?
Standards/PIs: Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work
* Unbroken Reading
* Storytelling Unit - Body Paragraphs
* Interview - Outline Notes
Remote Work
*  Storytelling - Outline and Drafting
*  Unbroken reading
*  GrammarFlip Lesson
Links/Resources:   Handouts in class and posted in Google Classroom.

Week of 11/23 - Cycle 3-2 (Odd)

Course:  English IV Academic Period 3
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours:, By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions:  How can we “influence” people to agree with us? How are we influenced? What makes good evidence?
Standards/PIs: Speaking & Listening - I can identify a speaker’s purpose and evaluate it based on their use of logic, emotions, and credibility.
Student Assignments:
In-Class Work:
* Writing Journal Prompt
* Grammar - sentence edits
* Serial Podcast
Remote Work
Serial podcast homework (through Episode 4)
* Vocabulary One - Sentences
* GrammarFlip lesson
Links/Resources:  Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom.

Course:  English I Academic Period 5
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions: What is the importance of storytelling? What is the relationship between courage and responsibility?
Standards/PIs: Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work
* Introductions and Body Paragraphs - Essay Writing
* Grammar - parts of speech
* Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand
Remote Work
*  Storytelling - Final interview questions and complete interview by 11/29
 Unbroken reading (Read through Ch.17 and quote homework)
*  GrammarFlip Lesson
Links/Resources:   Handouts in class and posted in Google Classroom

Week of 11/16 - Cycle 3-1 (Odd)

Course:  English IV Academic Period 3
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours:, By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions:  How can we “influence” people to agree with us? How are we influenced? What makes good evidence?
Standards/PIs: Speaking & Listening - I can identify a speaker’s purpose and evaluate it based on their use of logic, emotions, and credibility.
Student Assignments:
In-Class Work:
* Writing Journal Prompt
* Introduce Argument Writing Unit 
* Introduce Serial Podcast
Remote Work
* Serial podcast homework
* Vocabulary
* GrammarFlip lesson
Links/Resources:  Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom.

Course:  English I Academic Period 5
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: By Appt (M-F)
Essential Questions: What is the importance of storytelling? What is the relationship between courage and responsibility?
Standards/PIs: Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work
* Introduction to essay writing
* Overview of Storytelling Project
* Begin reading Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand
Remote Work
*  Storytelling - Identify an interviewee, generation research, interview questions
*  Unbroken reading
Links/Resources:   Handouts in class and posted in Google Classroom

Week of 11/9 - Cycle 2-5 (Even)

Course:  English IV Academic Period 2
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: Friday, 9-11 am
Essential Questions:  How do personal experiences help to shape a person’s identity?
Standards/PIs: Writing - I can use precise word choice to convey a vivid picture of the experiences, events, setting, and/or characters to enhance my writing and set a tone. 
Student Assignments:
In-Class Work:
*Grammar edits
*Writing/editing Workshop
Remote Work:
*Personal Narrative Essay - Common Application Prompt
* GrammarFlip
* Missing work
Links/Resources:  Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom.

Course:  English I Honors Period 4
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: Friday, 9-11 am
Essential Questions: How does literature help us to better understand ourselves?
Standards/PIs:
Reading- I can identify the plot structure of a text and explain why it is important, AND I can identify a theme or main claim and find examples to support that theme/claim. 
Language - I can learn new words to expand my vocabulary and identify the correct part of speech for a word.
Research - I can take notes from a source and cite work that is not my own (including summarized and paraphrased information). 
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work:
*Of Mice and Men (OMAM) Socratic Seminar/Reflection
* Vocabulary Quiz(3+4)
*Theme Statements
Remote Work
*OMAM Socratic Seminar Prep/Reflection
*1930s Research Assignment (note-taking, sources, and citations)
*GrammarFlip
Links/Resources:   Materials and assignment details posted in Google Classroom

Course:  English I Academic Period 6
Course Schedule: Group A - Mon/Wed   Group B - Tue/Thu
Office Hours: Friday, 9-11 am
Essential Questions: How does literature help us to better understand ourselves?
Standards/PIs: Reading- I can identify the plot structure of a text and explain why it is important, AND I can identify a theme or main claim and find examples to support that theme/claim. 
Student Assignments: 
In-Class Work
*Of Mice and Men Socratic Seminar/Reflection
*Theme Statements
*Grammar - Parts of Speech/Sentence Edits
Remote Work
* OMAM Socratic Seminar Preparation
* Theme Statements
* GrammarFlip
Links/Resources:   Handouts in class and posted in Google Classroom.

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