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Mrs. Enkosky

Mrs. Enkosky teaches English IV Advanced Placement, English III Honors, Creative Writing, and The Short Story.  Links to the course syllabi are provided below. 
 
 
 

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Week of 11/16-11/20

 

Course:  English 3 Academic

Course Schedule: Cohort A Mon/Wed

                              Cohort B Tues/Thurs

                              Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How can I use primary and secondary sources to investigate perceptions of topics over time?

Standards/PIs: I can identify both primary and secondary sources. 

Student Assignments: 

Monday/Tuesday: Introduction to The Things They Carried due in class

Reading Guide 1 due during second class meeting of the week.

Libguide Exploration & Research Topic Choice due first class meeting of next week. 

Reading Guide 2 due first class meeting of next week. 

Links/Resources: Google classroom  



Course: AP Literature & Composition

Course Schedule: Periods 4 & 6

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions: How does point of view and narrator unreliability impact meaning in a literary text?

Standards/PIs:  Reading: I can consider the use of a first person narrator affects meaning in a literary text. 

Student Assignments: Wuthering Heights work/Blog Post due Friday. 

Week of 11/2-11/6

Course:  English 3 Academic

Course Schedule: Cohort A Mon/Wed*

                              Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How do authors use conflict to drive the plot and inform the theme?

Standards/PIs: I can identify how conflicts affect plot and inform theme 

Student Assignments: Act Two Task Doc & Reading Guide 2/Literary Analysis Paragraph 2 due Monday/Study Vocabulary/Quiz Monday 


Links/Resources: audiobook & Google classroom  


Course:  English 3 Academic

Course Schedule: Cohort B Tues/Thurs*

                              Office Hours: Friday 10-12


Essential Questions: How do conflicts affect plot and inform theme?

Standards/PIs: I can determine how conflict affects plot and informs theme

Student Assignments: Act Two Task Doc & Literary Analysis Paragraph/Act 3 Reading Guide and Task Doc due 11/5


Course: AP Literature & Composition

Course Schedule: Periods 4 & 6

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How do authors use literary devices to convey meaning?

Standards/PIs:  Reading: I can consider how authors use imagery, diction, and selection of detail to create meaning. 

Student Assignments: “A Rose for Emily” Topics to Themes Task, Prose Prompt Exercises, Wuthering Heights Independent Reading 

Week of 10/19-10/23

Course:  English 3 Academic

Course Schedule: Cohort A Mon/Wed*

                              Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How do you determine an author’s purpose?

Standards/PIs:  I can identify purpose and point of view in a literary text. 

Student Assignments: Introductory Hyperdoc on The Crucible, due Thursday and Act One reading and reading guide due Monday. 


Links/Resources: audiobook & Google classroom  


Course:  English 3 Academic

Course Schedule: Cohort B Tues/Thurs*

                              Office Hours: Friday 10-12


Essential Questions: How do authors develop characters? 

Standards/PIs: I can identify common literary elements and consider how these affect meaning. 

Student Assignments: Reading guide 1 due Tuesday. Act One Task Doc (including literary analysis paragraph 1) due Thursday. Links/Resources: audiobook & Google classroom


Course: AP Literature & Composition

Course Schedule: Periods 4 & 6

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How do writers use structure and perspective to affect meaning? 

Standards/PIs:  Reading: I can consider how authors develop themes in literary texts.

Student Assignments: Study list 1 literary terms, finish The Road work (DEJs, Blog Post 4, timed prompt), Complete major works review sheets for Handmaid’s Tale and The Road. 

Links/Resources: Google classroom

Week of 10/13-10/16

Course:  English 3 Academic

Course Schedule: Cohort A Mon/Wed*

                              Cohort B Tues/Thursday

                              *cohort A will not meet this week because of the Monday holiday 

                               and SAT testing for juniors. 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How do you determine an author’s purpose?

Standards/PIs:  I can identify purpose and point of view in a literary text. 

Student Assignments: Introductory Hyperdoc on The Crucible, due Thursday and Act One reading and reading guide due Monday. 


Links/Resources: audiobook & Google classroom  



Course: AP Literature & Composition

Course Schedule: Periods 4 & 6

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What is ‘literary’ merit and what is the literary canon? 

Standards/PIs:  Reading: I can consider how authors develop themes in literary texts.

Student Assignments: Define list 1 literary terms, finish The Road work (DEJs, Blog Post 4, timed prompt), start prose practice exercises. 

Links/Resources: Google classroom 

Weekly Template - week of 10/5-10/9

 

Course:  English 3 Academic

Course Schedule: Cohort A Mon/Wed

                              Cohort B Tues/Thursday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How do symbols and motifs inform theme?

Standards/PIs:  Reading I can evaluate the author’s point of view and purpose.

Student Assignments: Literary Analysis Paragraph 3 due first class of the week for each cohort/Summative Vocabulary & Literature Remediation due first class of the week for each cohort/Hyperdoc 4 due at second class of the week/Summative Writing Prompt during last class of the odd rotation

Links/Resources: audiobook & Google classroom  



Course: AP Literature & Composition

Course Schedule: Periods 4 & 6

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does an author use point of view and plot structure to convey meaning?

Standards/PIs:  Reading: I can consider how authors develop themes in literary texts.

Student Assignments: Define list 1 literary terms, Independent reading 1, Blog Post 1

Links/Resources: Google classroom 

Weekly Template 9/28-10/2

 

Course:  English 3 Academic

Course Schedule: Cohort A Mon/Wed

                              Cohort B Tues/Thursday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does conflict drive plot?

Standards/PIs:  Reading I can evaluate the author’s point of view and purpose.

Student Assignments: Literary Analysis Paragraph 2 due first class of the week for each cohort/Summative Vocabulary & Literature Quiz during first class of the week for each cohort/Hyperdoc Tasks 1-3 due at second class of the week/Hyperdoc tasks 4 & 5 due first class of next week


Links/Resources: audiobook & Google classroom  



Course: AP Literature & Composition

Course Schedule: Periods 4 & 6

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does an author use point of view and plot structure to convey meaning?

Standards/PIs:  Reading: I can consider how authors develop themes in literary texts.

Student Assignments: Define list 1 literary terms, Independent reading 1, Blog Post 1

Links/Resources: Google classroom 

Weekly Template 9/21-9/25

Course:  English 3 Academic

Course Schedule: Cohort A Mon/Wed

                              Cohort B Tues/Thursday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does an author develop character?

Standards/PIs:  Reading I can evaluate the author’s point of view and purpose.

Student Assignments: Literary Analysis Paragraph due first class of the week for each cohort/Act Two Hyperdoc due Friday 9.25 for each cohort/Study Vocabulary

Links/Resources: audiobook & Google classroom  



Course: AP Literature & Composition

Course Schedule: Periods 4 & 6

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does an author use point of view and plot structure to convey meaning?

Standards/PIs:  Reading: I can consider how authors develop themes in literary texts.

Student Assignments: Define list 1 literary terms, Independent reading 1, Blog Post 1

Links/Resources: Google classroom 

Weekly Template 9/9-9/18

Course:  English 3 Academic /Period 1A

Course Schedule: Mon & Wed

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What is the cultural and historical context of The Crucible?

Standards/PIs:  Reading I can evaluate the author’s point of view and purpose.

Student Assignments: Introduction & Background Document due 9-14/Reading Guide 1 due 9-16/Act One Hyperdoc due 9-18

Links/Resources: audiobook & Google classroom  


Course:  English 3 Academic /Period 1B

Course Schedule: Tues & Thurs

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What is the cultural and historical context of The Crucible?

Standards/PIs:  Reading I can evaluate the author’s point of view and purpose.

Student Assignments: Introduction & Background Document due 9-15/Act One Reading Guide due 9-17/Act One Hyperdoc due 9-18

Links/Resources: audiobook & Google classroom  


Course:  English 3 Academic /Period 5A

Course Schedule: Mon & Wed

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What is the cultural and historical context of The Crucible?

Standards/PIs:  Reading I can evaluate the author’s point of view and purpose.

Student Assignments: Introduction & Background Document due 9-14/Reading Guide 1 due 9-16/Act One Hyperdoc due 9-18

Links/Resources: audiobook & Google classroom  


Course:  English 3 Academic /Period 5B

Course Schedule: Tues & Thurs

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What is the cultural and historical context of The Crucible?

Standards/PIs:  Reading I can evaluate the author’s point of view and purpose.

Student Assignments: Introduction & Background Document due 9-15/Reading Guide 1 due 9-17/Act One Hyperdoc due 9-18

Links/Resources: audiobook & Google classroom  


Course: AP Literature & Composition

Course Schedule: Periods 4 & 6

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does an author use point of view and plot structure to convey meaning?

Standards/PIs:  Reading: I can consider how authors develop themes in literary texts.

Student Assignments: Define list 1 literary terms, Independent reading 1

Links/Resources: Google classroom