Ap Essays On Crime And Punishment

May 24, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Google Classroom Quick Write
  2. 2A: Finish whole-group share
  3. 2A: Begin Motif #3 fiction
  4. 4A: Finish Motif #3 fiction
  5. 4A: Free Write
Homework & Reminders:
  • AP "amnesty days" 5/25 (B-day) and 5/26 (A-day)
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
May 23, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Google Classroom Quick Write
  2. Finish small-group share
  3. Whole-group share
  4. Begin Motif #3 fiction
Homework & Reminders:
  • AP "amnesty days" 5/25 (B-day) and 5/26 (A-day)
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
May 22, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Finish academic group share
  2. Begin whole-group share
  3. 4A: Finish whole-group share
  4. 4A: Begin Motif #3 fiction
Homework & Reminders:
  • AP "amnesty days" 5/25 (B-day) and 5/26 (A-day)
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
May 19, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Motif #3 vote
  2. 4B: Finish "The Birth-Mark"
  3. Motif #3 narrative composition
  4. Academic group share
Homework & Reminders:
  • Poetry Response #5 due TONIGHT (choose any poem from the Further Reading section of Perrine's and compose a personal reflection of the poem - 350 words minimum)
  • AP "amnesty days" 5/25 (B-day) and 5/26 (A-day)
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
May 18, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Motif #3 vote
  2. Motif #3 narrative composition
  3. Academic group share
Homework & Reminders:
  • Poetry Response #5 due TONIGHT (choose any poem from the Further Reading section of Perrine's and compose a personal reflection of the poem - 350 words minimum)
  • AP "amnesty days" 5/25 (B-day) and 5/26 (A-day)
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
May 17, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. ​Finish motif #2 share-alouds
  2. Motif #2 fiction evaluation (Google Classroom)
Homework & Reminders:
  • Poetry Response #5 due Friday 5/19(choose any poem from the Further Reading section of Perrine's and compose a personal reflection of the poem - 350 words minimum)
  • AP "amnesty days" 5/25 (B-day) and 5/26 (A-day)
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
May 16, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. ​Finish motif #2 share-alouds
  2. Motif #2 fiction evaluation (Google Classroom)
Homework & Reminders:
  • Poetry Response #5 due Thursday 5/18 (choose any poem from the Further Reading section of Perrine's and compose a personal reflection of the poem - 350 words minimum)
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
May 15, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. ​Motif #2 narrative essay
  2. Begin share-aloud
Homework & Reminders:
  • Poetry Response #5 due Friday 5/19 (choose any poem from the Further Reading section of Perrine's and compose a personal reflection of the poem - 350 words minimum)
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
May 12, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Motif vote for next motif
  2. Finish reading "Good Country People"
  3. Finish evaluation of "Good Country People" (in Google Classroom)
  4. Motif #2 narrative essay
  5. Begin share-aloud
Homework & Reminders:
  • Poetry Response #5 due Thursday 5/18 (choose any poem from the Further Reading section of Perrine's and compose a personal reflection of the poem - 350 words minimum)
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
May 11, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Motif vote for next class
  2. Finish reading "Good Country People"
  3. Use tools for organic unity to academically evaluate "Good Country People" (composition in Google Classroom)
  4. Begin Poetry Response #5 (time permitting)
Homework & Reminders:
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
May 10, 2017 (A-Day)
Catch-up from Mrs. Garrison's 
absence
  1. Use AP rubric to evaluate personal narrative presenters
  2. 4A: motif vote for next class
  3. Finish reading "Good Country People"
  4. Use tools for organic unity to academically evaluate "Good Country People" (composition in Google Classroom)
Homework & Reminders:
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
May 9, 2017 (B-Day)
Catch-up from Mrs. Garrison's 
absence
  1. Introduction to narrative writing
  2. Remainder of the year plans
  3. Personal narrative: "I Was a Fool."
  4. Academic group and whole-class share-alouds
  5. Use AP rubric to evaluate presenters
Homework & Reminders:
  • You may not share any specifics about the AP Exam with me.
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
May 8, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Finish small group and whole-class share-alouds
  2. Use AP rubric to evaluate presenters
  3. Review "Evaluating Fiction" in Perrine's
  4. Read "Good Country People"
  5. Use tools for organic unity to academically evaluate "Good Country People" (composition in Google Classroom)
Homework & Reminders:
  • You may not share any specifics about the AP Exam with me.
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
May 5, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Introduction to narrative writing
  2. Remainder of the year plans
  3. Personal narrative: "I Was a Fool."
Homework & Reminders:
  • You may not share any specifics about the AP Exam with me.
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
May 4, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Introduction to narrative writing
  2. Remainder of the year plans
  3. Personal narrative: "I Was a Fool."
  4. 4th block: Begin share-alouds (academic groups)
Homework & Reminders:
  • You may not share any specifics about the AP Exam with me.
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
May 3, 2017 (B-Day)
AP EXAM!

April 28, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. HoD materials check
  2. General tips/Prose passage reminders
  3. Beloved review
  4. Random prompt year outlines
Homework & Reminders:
  • Make sure you upload separate outline documents and submit each to the Google Classroom assignments
  • ​Bring composition book EVERY DAY
  • Look at available resources (Google Classroom)
  • Complete the 10-7-5-3-1 notecard for Beloved (reminder on Resources page)
April 27, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. HoD materials check
  2. Beloved review
  3. Random prompt year outlines
Homework & Reminders:
  • WE WILL MEET IN A111 ON MONDAY SINCE THE AP PSYCH EXAM WILL TAKE PLACE ON OUR HALL
  • ​Bring composition book EVERY DAY
  • Look at available resources (Google Classroom)
  • Complete the 10-7-5-3-1 notecard for Beloved (reminder on Resources page)
April 26, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Compare/contrast essay notes
  2. 2010 Question 1 compare/contrast poems
  3. Heart of Darkness review
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Bring composition book EVERY DAY
  • Look at student sample essays for compare/contrast poems from 2010 exam (Google Classroom)
  • Bring materials for Beloved, including a printed copy of your final essay
  • Complete the 10-7-5-3-1 notecards for Heart of Darkness (reminder on Resources page)
April 25, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. AP Exam answer documents
  2. Compare/contrast essay notes
  3. 2010 Question 1 compare/contrast poems
  4. Heart of Darkness review
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Bring composition book EVERY DAY
  • Look at student sample essays for compare/contrast poems from 2010 exam (Google Classroom)
  • Bring materials for Beloved, including a printed copy of your final essay
  • Complete the 10-7-5-3-1 notecards for Heart of Darkness (reminder on Resources page)
April 24, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. AP Exam answer documents
  2. AP Exam reminders
  3. Multiple choice tips
  4. Wuthering Heights review
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Bring composition book EVERY DAY
  • Bring materials for Heart of Darkness, including a printed copy of your final essay
  • Complete the 10-7-5-3-1 notecards for Wuthering Heights and Hamlet (reminder on Resources page)
April 21, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Finish "Anthem of Doomed Youth" composition
  2. AP Exam reminders
  3. Multiple choice tips
  4. Wuthering Heights review
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Bring composition book EVERY DAY
  • Bring materials for Heart of Darkness, including a printed copy of your final essay
  • Complete the 10-7-5-3-1 notecards for Wuthering Heights and Hamlet (reminder on Resources page)
April 20, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Sound/Pattern quiz
  2. Review of terms
  3. Example poems: "Pease Porridge," "We Real Cool," The Health-Food Diner"
Homework & Reminders:
  • Poetry Response #4 (analysis) on turnitin.com next class
  • ​Bring composition book EVERY DAY
  • Bring materials for Hamlet and Wuthering Heights
April 19, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Sound/Pattern quiz
  2. Review of terms
  3. Example poems: "Pease Porridge," "We Real Cool," The Health-Food Diner," and "Anthem for Doomed Youth"
Homework & Reminders:
  • Poetry Response #4 (analysis) on turnitin.com next class
  • ​Bring composition book EVERY DAY
  • Bring materials for Hamlet and Wuthering Heights
April 17, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Reading Check
  2. Word of the Day
  3. Touchbase on class time before AP exam
  4. "The Flea" annotation and analysis
  5. Multiple Choice practice: "The Pulley" (George Herbert)
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Perrine's chapters 12-14 handout on Google Classroom (define terms and provide examples)

SPRING BREAK APRIL 7-16

April 6, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Word of the Day
  2. Touchbase on class time before AP exam
  3. "Juggler" analysis
  4. Analytical composition
  5. Student writing samples
  6. AP Scorer website notes
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Perrine's chapter 11 ("Musical Devices"): read and outline
April 5, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Word of the Day
  2. Finish tone handout/analysis
  3. "Juggler" analysis
  4. Analytical composition
  5. Student writing samples
  6. AP Scorer website notes
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Perrine's chapter 11 ("Musical Devices"): read and outline
April 4, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Word of the Day
  2. Finish "Journey of the Magi" lecture
  3. Allusion composition (Google Classroom)
  4. Tone handout/analysis
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Type your Letter to Mrs. Garrison in Google Classroom by next class. No one will see it except me.
April 3, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Word of the Day
  2. Finish "Journey of the Magi" lecture
  3. Allusion composition (Google Classroom)
  4. Tone handout/analysis
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Type your Letter to Mrs. Garrison in Google Classroom by next class. No one will see it except me.
March 30, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Word of the Day
  2. Independent: "Miniver Cheevy" (background info and poem analysis)
  3. Collaborative: "Journey of the Magi" (background info and poem analysis)
  4. "Journey of the Magi" lecture
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
March 29, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Word of the Day
  2. Independent: "Miniver Cheevy" (background info and poem analysis)
  3. Collaborative: "Journey of the Magi" (background info and poem analysis)
Homework & Reminders:
  • Be prepared for a composition on the Allusion poems
  • Perrine's ch. 10 (Tone)
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
March 28, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Word of the Day
  2. Finish comparing "Much Madness is divinest Sense" and "Barbie Doll" (Figurative Language 3)
  3. Figurative Language 3 Composition
  4. Independent: begin "Miniver Cheevy" (background info and poem analysis)
Homework & Reminders:
  • Perrine's ch. 10 (Tone)
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
March 27, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Word of the Day
  2. Finish "Digging" analysis (academic groups)
  3. Compare "Much Madness is divinest Sense" and "Barbie Doll" (Figurative Language 3)
  4. Figurative Language 3 Composition
Homework & Reminders:
  • Perrine's ch. 8 (Allusion)
  • Poetry Response #3 (explication - on turnitin.com) due TONIGHT
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
March 24, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Word of the Day
  2. Finish "Digging" analysis (academic groups)
  3. Compare "Much Madness is divinest Sense" and "Barbie Doll" (Figurative Language 3)
Homework & Reminders:
  • Make-up seminar on Google Classroom (due TONIGHT)
  • Perrine's ch. 8 (Allusion)
  • Poetry Response #3 (explication - on turnitin.com) due TONIGHT
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
March 23, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Word of the Day
  2. "To His Coy Mistress" composition/discussion
  3. "Digging" analysis (academic groups)
Homework & Reminders:
  • Make-up seminar on Google Classroom (due Friday)
  • Perrine's ch. 7 (Figurative Language 3)
  • Poetry Response #3 (explication - on turnitin.com)
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • C&P final draft due TONIGHT (bring all drafts to class)
March 22, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Word of the Day
  2. "To His Coy Mistress" composition/discussion
  3. "Digging" analysis (academic groups)
Homework & Reminders:
  • Make-up seminar on Google Classroom (due Friday)
  • Perrine's ch. 7 (Figurative Language 3)
  • Poetry Response #3 (explication - on turnitin.com)
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • C&P final draft due TONIGHT (bring all drafts to class)
March 21, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Seminar pre-write
  2. Small-group discussion
  3. Mid-size seminar
  4. Self-assessment and reflection
Homework & Reminders:
  • Absent students will find the make-up seminar on Google Classroom
  • Make sure you fully annotate "To His Coy Mistress" for next class
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • C&P final draft due 3/22-23
March 20, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Seminar pre-write
  2. Small-group discussion
  3. Mid-size seminar
  4. Self-assessment and reflection
Homework & Reminders:
  • Absent students will find the make-up seminar on Google Classroom
  • Make sure you fully annotate "To His Coy Mistress" for next class
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • C&P final draft due 3/22-23
March 17, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Pseudonyms
  2. King Lear test
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • King Lear seminar 3/20-21
  • C&P final draft due 3/22-23
March 16, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Pseudonyms
  2. King Lear test
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • King Lear seminar 3/20-21
  • C&P final draft due 3/22-23
March 13, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Word of the Day
  2. Poem explication peer-editing
  3. "To His Coy Mistress" annotation
Homework & Reminders:
  • Perrine's ch. 6 (Figurative Language 2), outline
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • King Lear  test 3/16-17. Review next class (bring book and MWDS)
  • C&P final draft due 3/23
March 10, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Word of the Day
  2. Act out King Lear Act I, scene 1
  3. Poem explication peer-editing
Homework & Reminders:
  • Perrine's ch. 6 (Figurative Language 2), outline
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • King Lear  test 3/16-17
  • Work on C&P revision (conference  times on Google Classroom)
March 9, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Word of the Day
  2. Finish full poem explication
  3. Act out King Lear Act I, scene 1
Homework & Reminders:
  • Perrine's ch. 5 (Figurative Language 1), outline and questions 2, 4
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • King Lear test 3/16-17
  • Work on C&P revision (conference  times on Google Classroom)
March 8, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Word of the Day
  2. Finish full poem explication
  3. Begin King Lear Act I, scene 1
Homework & Reminders:
  • Perrine's ch. 5 (Figurative Language 1), outline and questions 2, 4
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Get a copy of King Lear (1623 folio, "the tragedy" not "the history")  (test 3/16-17)
  • Work on C&P revision (conference  times on Google Classroom)
March 7, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Brain Teasers
  2. "Ballad of Birmingham"
  3. Begin full explication
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Get a copy of King Lear (1623 folio, "the tragedy" not "the history")  (test 3/16-17)
  • Work on C&P revision (conference  times on Google Classroom)
March 6, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Finish "The Whipping" guided annotations/discussion
  2. "Ballad of Birmingham"
  3. Plan for explication
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Get a copy of King Lear (1623 folio, "the tragedy" not "the history")  (test 3/14-15)
  • Work on C&P revision (conference  times on Google Classroom)
March 3, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Explication Notes
  2. Student Explication samples
  3. Finish "The Whipping" guided annotations/discussion
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Get a copy of King Lear (1623 folio, "the tragedy" not "the history")  (test 3/14-15)
  • Work on C&P revision (conference  times on Google Classroom)
March 2, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Explication Notes
  2. Student Explication samples
  3. Begin "The Whipping" guided annotations/discussion
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Get a copy of King Lear (1623 folio, "the tragedy" not "the history")  (test 3/14-15)
  • Work on C&P revision (conference  times on Google Classroom)
March 1, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Sonnet 18
  2. "The Whipping"
  3. Begin "The Whipping" guided annotations/discussion
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Get a copy of King Lear (1623 folio, "the tragedy" not "the history")  (test 3/14-15)
  • Work on C&P revision (conference  times on Google Classroom)
February 27, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Perrine's reading check
  2. Finish C&P peer editing
  3. Explication student samples
  4. Begin TPFASTT (round 2)
Homework & Reminders:
  • Poetry Response #2, round 3 for next class (turnitin.com)
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Get a copy of King Lear (1623 folio, "the tragedy" not "the history")  (test 3/14-15)
February 24, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Grammar Lesson: Pronoun/Antecedent and Phrases/Clauses
  2. C&P peer editing
Homework & Reminders:
  • Perrine's ch. 3 ("Denotation and Connotation") outline and questions 1-2 AND ch. 4 ("Imagery") outline and questions 2, 5
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Get a copy of King Lear (1623 folio, "the tragedy" not "the history")  (test 3/14-15)
February 23, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Grammar Lesson: Pronoun/Antecedent and Phrases/Clauses
  2. C&P peer editing
Homework & Reminders:
  • Perrine's ch. 3 ("Denotation and Connotation") outline and questions 1-2 AND ch. 4 ("Imagery") outline and questions 2, 5
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Get a copy of King Lear (1623 folio, "the tragedy" not "the history")  (test 3/14-15)
February 17, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Voice Lessons: Imagery
  2. Academic Groups: student work samples (copy found on Google Classroom)
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Crime & Punishment novel Seminar 2/22. Bring all your stuff.
  • Get a copy of King Lear (1623 folio (test 3/14-15)
February 16, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Reading Check
  2. Multiple choice diagnostic
  3. Academic group consensus
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Crime & Punishment novel Seminar 2/22.
  • For tomorrow: Perrine's ch. 3 "Connotation and Denotation" (outline and answer questions 1-2)
  • Get a copy of King Lear (1623 folio(test 3/14-15)
February 15, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Pseudonyms
  2. C&P Test
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Crime & Punishment novel Seminar 2/21.
  • For next class: Perrine's ch. 2 "Reading Poetry" (outlined notes) and Poetry Response #1 (see new instructions and packet on the Resources page) on turnitin.com
  • Get a copy of King Lear  (test 3/14-15)
February 14, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Pseudonyms
  2. C&P Test
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Crime & Punishment novel Seminar 2/22.
  • For next class: Perrine's ch. 2 "Reading Poetry" (outlined notes) and Poetry Response #1 (see new instructions and packet on the Resources page) on turnitin.com
  • Get a copy of King Lear (test 3/14-15)
February 9, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Voice Lessons: Imagery handout
  2. Independent: poetry multiple choice diagnostic
  3. Begin collaboration of consensus answers
Homework & Reminders:
  • If you have missed a novel reading quiz, you MUST make it up before test day or it stays a zero in the gradebook.
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • TEWWG final draft due February 13 before midnight
  • Crime & Punishment novel test 2/15. Seminar 2/21.
February 8, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Timed Writing: explication/analysis of a poem
  2. Begin poetry multiple choice diagnostic
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • TEWWG final draft due TONIGHT before midnight
  • Crime & Punishment novel test 2/14. Seminar 2/22.
February 7, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Crime & Punishment reading quiz, parts 3/4
  2. Timed Writing: explication/analysis of a poem
  3. Begin poetry multiple choice diagnostic
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Beloved final draft due TONIGHT before midnight; TEWWG final draft due February 13 before midnight
  • Crime & Punishment novel test 2/15. Seminar 2/21.
February 6, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Continue Chapter 1: "What is Poetry?" notes
  2. TPFASTT: "Winter" (Shakespeare) and "Dulce et Decorum Est" (Owen)
  3. Finish Chapter 1: "What is Poetry?" reading and notes
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • TEWWG final draft due February 8 in turnitin.com.
  • Crime & Punishment novel test 2/14. Seminar 2/22.
February 3, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Finish explication/analysis of "The Eagle"
  2. Continue Chapter 1: "What is Poetry?" notes
  3. TPFASTT: "Winter" (Shakespeare) and "Dulce et Decorum Est" (Owen)
  4. Finish Chapter 1: "What is Poetry?" reading and notes
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Beloved final draft due February 7 in turnitin.com.
  • TEWWG final draft due February 13 in turnitin.com.
  • Crime & Punishment parts 3/4 reading quiz 2/7. Novel test 2/15.
February 2, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Poetry experience questions
  2. Perrine's pg. 46-51 (Writing Samples)
  3. Chapter One: "What is Poetry?"
  4. Explication/analysis of "The Eagle"
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Beloved final draft due TONIGHT in turnitin.com.
  • TEWWG final draft due February 8 in turnitin.com.
  • Crime & Punishment parts 3/4 reading quiz 2/6. Novel test 2/14.
February 1, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Poetry experience questions
  2. Perrine's pg. 5-7 (Explication vs. Analysis)
  3. Perrine's pg. 16-23 (Introducing Quotations)
  4. Perrine's pg. 46-51 (Writing Samples)
  5. Chapter One: What is Poetry? 
  6. Begin explication/analysis of "The Eagle"
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Beloved final draft due February 7 in turnitin.com.
  • TEWWG final draft due February 13 in turnitin.com.
  • Crime & Punishment parts 3/4 reading quiz 2/7. Novel test 2/15.
January 31, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Perrine's pg. 5-7 (Explication vs. Analysis)
  2. Finish Midterm essay peer critique
  3. Begin reading Perrine's sections on writing about literature
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Beloved final draft due February 2 in turnitin.com.
  • TEWWG final draft due February 8 in turnitin.com.
  • Crime & Punishment parts 3/4 reading quiz 2/6. Novel test 2/14.
January 30, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. C&P Reading quiz, parts 1 and 2
  2. Finish Midterm essay peer critique
  3. Read Multiple Choice handout
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Beloved final draft due February 7 in turnitin.com.
  • TEWWG final draft due February 13 in turnitin.com.
  • Crime & Punishment parts 3/4 reading quiz 2/7. Novel test 2/15.
January 27, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. C&P Reading quiz, parts 1 and 2
  2. Punctuation in Academic Writing
  3. Revision for Clarity, Conciseness, and Economy
  4. Begin Midterm essay peer critique
Homework & Reminders:
  • Crime & Punishment parts 3/4 reading quiz 2/6. Novel test 2/14.
  • Beloved final draft due February 2 in turnitin.com.
  • TEWWG final draft due February 8 in turnitin.com.
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
January 26, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. "What I Wish I Knew..."
  2. Midterm multiple choice review
  3. Midterm feedback/reflection
  4. Begin Midterm FRQ peer critique
Homework & Reminders:
  • Crime & Punishment reading quizzes 1/27 and 2/6. Novel test 2/14.
  • Beloved final draft due February 3 in turnitin.com.
  • TEWWG final draft due February 9 in turnitin.com.
January 25, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. "What I Wish I Knew..."/Mid-Year "New Year's" Resolution(s)
  2. Midterm multiple choice review
  3. Midterm feedback/reflection
Homework & Reminders:
  • Crime & Punishment reading quizzes 1/27 and 2/6. Novel test 2/14.
  • Beloved final draft due February 2 in turnitin.com.
  • TEWWG final draft due February 8 in turnitin.com.
January 19/23, 2017 (Midterms)
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Keep up with Crime & Punishment and MWDS. Reading quizzes: 1/25-26 and 2/6-7. Novel test 2/14-15
  • Beloved final draft due February 2 (A-Day) or February 3 (B-Day).
  • TEWWG final draft due February 8 (A-Day) or February 9 (B-Day).
January 13, 2017 (A-Day)
Agenda:
  1. Prose passage analysis notes from 5 Steps to a 5
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Keep up with Crime & Punishment and MWDS. Reading quizzes: 1/25-26 and 2/6-7. Novel test 2/14-15
  • Work on Beloved and TEWWG revisions.
January 12, 2017 (B-Day)
Agenda:
  1. Punctuation use handout (commas, semicolons, colons, and dashes)
  2. Punctuation practice
  3. Revision for clarity and conciseness handout
  4. Collaborative student sample practice
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Keep up with Crime & Punishment and MWDS. Reading quizzes: 1/25-26 and 2/6-7. Novel test 2/14-15
  • Work on Beloved and TEWWG revisions.
  • Poetry Reponse #5 due next class in turnitin.com
January 11, 2017 (A-Day)
Agenda:
  1. Independent study (issues with writing)
  2. TEWWG peer editing
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Keep up with Crime & Punishment and MWDS. Reading quizzes: 1/25-26 and 2/6-7. Novel test 2/14-15
  • Work on Beloved and TEWWG revisions.
  • Poetry Reponse #5 due next class in turnitin.com
January 6, 2017 (B-Day)
Agenda:
  1. Discussion of Crime & Punishment reading schedule
  2. TEWWG peer editing
  3. Closure Google Form
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Keep up with Crime & Punishment and MWDS.
  • Work on Beloved and TEWWG revisions.
  • Poetry Reponse #4 due Tuesday AM in Google Classroom
  • If you haven't done your TEWWG post-seminar reflection, please do so. It is part of your seminar grade. If you were ABSENT for the seminar, the written assignment is on Google Classroom.
January 5, 2017 (A-Day)
Agenda:
  1. Signatures with pseudonyms
  2. Read "Evaluating Fiction"
  3. Review components of evaluating fiction
  4. Read and analyze "Araby" (submit composition to Google Classroom)
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Keep up with Crime & Punishment. Be on the lookout for reading quiz dates.
  • Type returned TEWWG in-class essay for peer editing next class.
  • Poetry Reponse #4 due Wednesday AM in Google Classroom
  • If you haven't done your TEWWG post-seminar reflection, please do so. It is part of your seminar grade. If you were ABSENT for the seminar, the written assignment is on Google Classroom.
January 4, 2017 (B-Day)
Agenda:
  1. Signatures with pseudonyms
  2. Read "Evaluating Fiction"
  3. Review components of evaluating fiction
  4. Read and analyze "Araby" (submit composition to Google Classroom)
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Keep up with Crime & Punishment. Be on the lookout for reading quiz dates.
  • Type returned TEWWG in-class essay for peer editing next class.
  • Poetry Reponse #4 due Tuesday AM in Google Classroom
  • If you haven't done your TEWWG post-seminar reflection, please do so. It is part of your seminar grade. If you were ABSENT for the seminar, the written assignment is on Google Classroom.
December 21, 2016 (A-Day)
Agenda:
  1. ​Seminar pre-write
  2. TEWWG seminar
  3. Seminar post-write
Homework & Reminders:
  • Over the long break: obtain a copy of Crime & Punishment; fill out first 5 boxes of MWDS (novel info & historical/background info.); interested in the audiobook? I recommend the one read by George Guidall (~25 hours)
December 16, 2016 (B-Day)
Agenda:
June 1, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Submit final portfolio
  2. "Ode on a Grecian Urn"
  3. Your high school "urn"
Homework & Reminders:
​GRADUATE!

May 31, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Motif #4: Free Write
  2. Small-group share
  3. "Metamorphosis" composition
Homework & Reminders:
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
  • Final composition portfolio with Table of Contents and class reflection due 6/2. Compositions must have MLA headings. Writing itself should be single-spaced. May print front and back.
Portfolio contents (2A):
  • Table of Contents (9 total compositions)
  • Personal Reflection:
    • Give an overall reflection (how do you feel now?)
    • Which texts (big or small) do you most appreciate?
    • Which texts (big or small) do you least appreciate?
    • What growth goal did you meet? OR What did you become really good at?
    • What struggles were you unable to overcome?
    • What notes would you honestly give to incoming AP Lit students?
    • What would have made this a more successful year for you?
    • What skills will you take with you beyond this class?
  • Motif #1 (Fool) and "Good Country People"
  • Motif #2 (Better Life) and "The Ruined Maid"
  • Motif #3 (Weird) and "Lusus Naturae"
  • Motif #4 (Free Response)
  • "Metamorphosis"
Portfolio contents (4A):
  • Table of Contents (9 total compositions)
  • Personal Reflection:
    • Give an overall reflection (how do you feel now?)
    • Which texts (big or small) do you most appreciate?
    • Which texts (big or small) do you least appreciate?
    • What growth goal did you meet? OR What did you become really good at?
    • What struggles were you unable to overcome?
    • What notes would you honestly give to incoming AP Lit students?
    • What would have made this a more successful year for you?
    • What skills will you take with you beyond this class?
  • Motif #1 (Fool) and "Good Country People"
  • Motif #2 (Obsession) and "The Birth-Mark"
  • Motif #3 (Important Secret) and "Interpreter of Maladies"
  • Motif #4 (Free Response)
  • "Metamorphosis"
May 30, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Motif #4: Free Write
  2. Small-group share
  3. "Metamorphosis" composition
Homework & Reminders:
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
  • Final composition portfolio with Table of Contents and class reflection due 6/1. Compositions must have MLA headings. Writing itself should be single-spaced. May print front and back.
Portfolio contents (2B):
  • Table of Contents (9 total compositions)
  • Personal Reflection:
    • Give an overall reflection (how do you feel now?)
    • Which texts (big or small) do you most appreciate?
    • Which texts (big or small) do you least appreciate?
    • What growth goal did you meet? OR What did you become really good at?
    • What struggles were you unable to overcome?
    • What notes would you honestly give to incoming AP Lit students?
    • What would have made this a more successful year for you?
    • What skills will you take with you beyond this class?
  • Motif #1 (Fool) and "Good Country People"
  • Motif #2 (Last Laugh) and "Roman Fever"
  • Motif #3 (Obsession) and "The Birth-Mark"
  • Motif #4 (Free Response)
  • "Metamorphosis"
Portfolio contents (4B):
  • Table of Contents (9 total compositions)
  • Personal Reflection:
    • Give an overall reflection (how do you feel now?)
    • Which texts (big or small) do you most appreciate?
    • Which texts (big or small) do you least appreciate?
    • What growth goal did you meet? OR What did you become really good at?
    • What struggles were you unable to overcome?
    • What notes would you honestly give to incoming AP Lit students?
    • What would have made this a more successful year for you?
    • What skills will you take with you beyond this class?
  • Motif #1 (Fool) and "Good Country People"
  • Motif #2 (Obsession) and "The Birth-Mark"
  • Motif #3 (Weird) and "Lusus Naturae"
  • Motif #4 (Free Response)
  • "Metamorphosis"
May 26, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Finish Motif #3 fiction
  2. Motif #4: Free Write
Homework & Reminders:
  • AP "amnesty days" 5/25 (B-day) and 5/26 (A-day)
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
  • Final composition portfolio with Table of Contents and class reflection due 6/1. Compositions must have MLA headings. Writing itself should be single-spaced. May print front and back.
Motif Options (do not repeat motifs your class has already done):
  • Something unexpected (or originally unwanted) changed your life 
  • Someone tried to screw you over, but you got the last laugh 
  • People thought you were weird because of something they don't understand or appreciate
  • An obsession, past or present
  • You tried to keep “the boat” afloat
  • Keeping an important secret
  • You became something you didn't recognize
  • You realized you were a fool
  • Making a better life for yourself
May 25, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Finish Motif #3 fiction
  2. Motif #4: Free Write
Homework & Reminders:
  • AP "amnesty days" 5/25 (B-day) and 5/26 (A-day)
  • If you are absent for the narrative essays, you are required to complete them and share them with me for credit. If you are absent for the evaluation of fiction components, you are required to complete them and submit them into Google Classroom.
  • Final composition portfolio with Table of Contents and class reflection due 6/1. Compositions must have MLA headings. Writing itself should be single-spaced. May print front and back.
Motif Options (do not repeat motifs your class has already done):
  • Something unexpected (or originally unwanted) changed your life 
  • Someone tried to screw you over, but you got the last laugh 
  • People thought you were weird because of something they don't understand or appreciate
  • An obsession, past or present
  • You tried to keep “the boat” afloat
  • Keeping an important secret
  • You became something you didn't recognize
  • You realized you were a fool
  • Making a better life for yourself
May 2, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Beloved materials check
  2. Close Reading, Poetry Analysis, and AP Essay reminders
  3. Student sample essays (the good and the bad)
  4. Mrs. Garrison's AP Reminders
  5. Multiple Choice practice
Homework & Reminders:
  • Make sure you upload separate outline documents and submit each to the Google Classroom assignments
  • ​Bring composition book EVERY DAY
  • Look at available resources (Google Classroom)
  • REST AND RELAX - YOU'VE GOT THIS!
Sample Examination III Answer Key:
POEM                             PROSE PASSAGE
1. D                                    16. D
2. E                                    17. B
3. C                                    18. D
4. C                                    19. B
5. C                                    20. D
6. E                                    21. A
7. A                                    22. B
8. C                                    23. C
9. E                                    24. C
10. E                                   25. A
11. C
12. D
May 1, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Beloved materials check
  2. Close Reading, Poetry Analysis, and AP Essay reminders
  3. Student sample essays (the good and the bad)
  4. Mrs. Garrison's AP Reminders
  5. Multiple Choice practice
Homework & Reminders:
  • Make sure you upload separate outline documents and submit each to the Google Classroom assignments
  • ​Bring composition book EVERY DAY
  • Look at available resources (Google Classroom)
  • REST AND RELAX - YOU'VE GOT THIS!
Sample Examination III Answer Key:
POEM                             PROSE PASSAGE
1. D                                    16. D
2. E                                    17. B
3. C                                    18. D
4. C                                    19. B
5. C                                    20. D
6. E                                    21. A
7. A                                    22. B
8. C                                    23. C
9. E                                    24. C
10. E                                   25. A
11. C
12. D
April 18, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Reading Check
  2. Word of the Day
  3. Touchbase on class time before AP exam
  4. "The Flea" annotation and analysis
  5. Multiple Choice practice: "The Pulley" (George Herbert)
Homework & Reminders:
  • ​Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Perrine's chapters 12-14 handout on Google Classroom (define terms and provide examples)
"The Pulley" answer key:
1. D       8. D
2. E        9. B
3. A       10. C
4. A       11. E
5. E        12. C
6. C       13. B
7. A
March 15, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Thematic statements
  2. Independent: 10-7-5-3-1
  3. Collaborative: prompt year outlining/pre-writing
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • King Lear  test 3/16-17
  • King Lear seminar 3/20-21
  • C&P final draft due 3/22-23
King Lear potential prompt years:
2B: 1977, 1990, 2001, 2008, 2014
​4B: 1982, 1990, 1996, 2001, 2011A
March 14, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Thematic statements
  2. Independent: 10-7-5-3-1
  3. Collaborative: prompt year outlining/pre-writing
Homework & Reminders:
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • King Lear  test 3/16-17
  • King Lear seminar 3/20-21
  • C&P final draft due 3/22-23
King Lear potential prompt years:
2A: 1988, 1990, 2001, 2010A, 2011A
​4A: 1982, 1990, 1996, 2001, 2008
February 28, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Perrine's reading check
  2. Finish C&P peer editing
  3. Begin TPFASTT (round 2)
Homework & Reminders:
  • Poetry Response #2, round 3 for next class (turnitin.com)
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Get a copy of King Lear (1623 folio, "the tragedy" not "the history")  (test 3/14-15)
February 22, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. Pre-seminar reflection
  2. Academic group discussion
  3. Small-group seminar
  4. Post-seminar handout
Homework & Reminders:
  • Type C&P essay for peer editing next class
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Get a copy of King Lear (1623 folio)  (test 3/14-15)
Absent for the seminar?
Find your materials on Google Classroom.
February 21, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. Pre-seminar reflection
  2. Academic group discussion
  3. Small-group seminar
  4. Post-seminar handout
Homework & Reminders:
  • Type C&P essay for peer editing next class
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Get a copy of King Lear (1623 folio)  (test 3/14-15)
Absent for the seminar?
Find your materials on Google Classroom.
February 13, 2017 (B-Day)
  1. MWDS check
  2. Independent: 10-7-5-3-1 Crime & Punishment test prep
  3. Collaborative discussion: outlining
Homework & Reminders:
  • TEWWG final essay due before midnight TONIGHT
  • If you have missed a novel reading quiz, you MUST make it up before test day or it stays a zero in the gradebook.
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Crime & Punishment novel test 2/15. Seminar 2/21.
Crime and Punishment prompt years:
2B: 1976, 1979, 1982, 2001, 2011
4B: 1979, 2001, 2002, 2010, 2016
February 10, 2017 (A-Day)
  1. MWDS check
  2. Independent: 10-7-5-3-1 Crime & Punishment test prep
  3. Collaborative discussion: outlining
Homework & Reminders:
  • If you have missed a novel reading quiz, you MUST make it up before test day or it stays a zero in the gradebook.
  • Bring Perrine's and composition book EVERY DAY
  • Crime & Punishment novel test 2/14. Seminar 2/22.
Crime and Punishment prompt years:
2A: 1979, 1982, 1988, 2001, 2004
4A: 1979, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2010
December 20, 2016 (B-Day)
Agenda:
  1. ​Seminar pre-write
  2. TEWWG seminar
  3. Seminar post-write
Homework & Reminders:
  • Over the long break: obtain a copy of Crime & Punishment; fill out first 5 boxes of MWDS (novel info & historical/background info.); interested in the audiobook? I recommend the one read by George Guidall (~25 hours)
If you were absent for test day:
  • Bring a note for your absense
  • Materials must be submitted the following day (not the following CLASS day)
  • Make-up test will be Tuesday 12/20 after school
December 19, 2016 (A-Day)
Agenda:
  1. ​Turn in novel materials
  2. Pseudonym sheet
  3. TEWWG test
Homework & Reminders:
  • For next class: TEWWG seminar 12/21 (bring discussion questions and literary criticisms)
  • Over the long break: obtain a copy of Crime & Punishment; fill out first 5 boxes of MWDS (novel info & historical/background info.)
If you were absent for test day:
  • Bring a note for your absense
  • Materials must be submitted the following day (not the following CLASS day)
  • Make-up test will be Tuesday 12/20 after school

 

 

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