Homework: Read and annotate The Open Window-SCASI-focus on Action

    • Use annotating guidelines discussed in class and SCASI- Action/ Plot
    • Begin studying vocabulary Prefixes 
    Please have your parents sign and return the last page of the course syllabus Advanced English I Syllabus
    August 20(A) & 21(B)

                          - Active Reading Strategies

    Homework: Open Prefix 1-2 and study for cloze quiz 26 August
      Re-read  "The Open Window"- Test next class 

    August 22 (A) & 23 (B)

    Homework:  Complete The Open Window paragraphs

    August 26 (A) & 27 (B)
    • Daily Oral Language 20.4
    • Vocabulary Quiz/ Prefix 1-2
    • The Open Window discussion
    • Writing Reflection: Leads and Transitions/ Strong Commentary/Concluding Sentences
    • Prefixes 3-4 Roots and Definitions Study Vocabulary for Clozed Quiz on 9/3

    August 28 (A) & 29 (B)

          SCASI: Focus on Setting; how setting creates tone and mood 

          If you do not have a printer, this story is on page 86 of your Glencoe text.  Read it there and take notes in a Cornell format.


    -Complete Annotations  -Setting/ Mood/Tone

    -Study for Grammar Quiz 20.0 - 20.5 Quiz 9/3/13

    -Study Vocabulary Prefixes/Roots and Definitions3-4 Quiz 9/4/13
    August 30 (A) & September 3 (B)
    Response to Lit.
    September 4 (A) & 5 (B)

    September 6 (A) & 9 (B)
    Homework: Reread The Cask of Amontillado for Reading Check Quiz
    Study for Vocabulary Quiz Prefix 5-6
    Vocabulary 5-6 and Reading Check Quizzes 9/1013

    September 10(A) & 11(B)
    • Daily Oral Language 21 (3-4) 
    • Reading Critically - Group Analysis - Cask of Amontillado
    • Vocabulary 5-6 Quiz
    • Cask of Amontillado quiz
    • Study vocabulary 7-8 prefixes/roots
    • Re-read the Cask of Amontillado
    • Reading quiz 9/12 (A) 9/13 (B) 
     September 12(A) & 13(B)
    •  Daily Oral Language 21(3-4)
    • Cask of Amontillado - Group Presentations
    • Reading Check Quiz
    • Vocabulary 5-6 Quiz
    September 16(A) & 15(B)


    • Work on Cask of Amontillado Coat of Arms Due: 9/24(A) 9/25(B)
    • Study Vocabulary 9-10 quiz 9/24(A) 9/25(B)
    • Complete annotations for "The Necklace"
    • Outside Reading due 10/28
     September 18(A) &19(B) 
    •  Daily Oral Language 21 (7-8) 
    • Review "The Necklace" annotations
    • Begin interpret questions for "The Necklace" must chunk 6-10 pg. 176
     September 20(A) & 23(B)

      September 24(A) & 25(B)
    •  Daily Oral Language 2.1 Quiz
    • Vocab 9-10 Quiz
    • Collect Paragraphs and Coat of Arms


    • Outside Reading due 10/28 
     September 26(A) & 27(B)


     September 30(A) &
    October 1 (B)
     October 3 (A) &
    October 4 (B)

    Daily Oral Language 22.3

    Response to Literature- Utilizing the Response to Literature- Writing Rubric
    Peer edit "The Necklace" essays Peer Evaluation Form
    Create Writing Pairs- The Scarlet Essay
     October 8 (A)
    October 9 (B)
    Daily Oral Language 22.4
    Discuss developing a strong essay-Essay Terminology
    Begin "The Scarlet Ibis" essay prompt
    Homework:Study Vocabulary 13-14- Roots and Definitions Quiz 10/14
    Read and SIFT "The Most Dangerous Game" p. 67-83 Due: 10/10/13
    Symbol (1)
    Imagery (2)
    Figurative Language:  Metaphor (1), Simile (1), Personification (1)
    Tone (1) and Theme(1)
     October 10 & October 11
    • Daily Oral Language 22.4
    • Review Literary Terms
    • Character essay body paragraphs
    • Vocab 13-14 
     October 14 & October 15 
    •  Vocab quiz 13-14
    • literary terms assessment
    • continued essay
    • Study DOL 22 quick 10/18
    • The Open Window rewrite due 10/16
    • Outside reading 10/28 
     October 16 & 17
    •  Daily Oral Language 22.4
    • Vocab 13-14 Quiz
    • Literary Terms figurative language
    • Study DOL 22 quick 10/18
    • The Open Window rewrite due 10/16
    • Outside reading 10/28 
     October 18 & 19
    Daily Oral Lang.  22.5
    Complete The Scarlet Ibis Essay and submit to Turn-it-in
    Read and Annotate- The Flowers -Use SIFT Strategies
    * Use Rubric to guide your annotations
    Homework:  Complete The Flowers Annotations- Use SIFT strategies to analyze the text and prepare for your Short Story Assessment 10/22/13 (A) day
     October 22 & 23
    •  Daily Oral Language, quiz 10/24
    • The Flowers - Assesment
    October 28 & 29
    Daily Oral Language 23.1
    Begin Expository Reading and Writing Unit, The Undercover Parent
    Read and annotate Three Ways to Persuade-use both in-text and marginal
    Vocabulary Quiz Prefix 15 &16
    Homework:  Finish annotations
     October 30 & 31
               use both in-text and marginal and label ethos, logos, and pathos
                       and find 8-12 loaded words
    • Introduce SOAPSTone Reading Strategy
     November 4&5
    • Daily Oral Lang. 23.2
    • Greek Roots #1 Quiz
    • The Undercover Parent-Discuss Ethos, Logos, Pathos
    • Begin Activity #15- Thinking Critically-complete questions 1-15
    Homework: Finish Thinking Critically 1-15
    Vocabulary Greek Roots #2
     November 6&7
    •  Daily Oral Lang. 23.4
    • "The Undercover Parent" Cont.
    • Discuss findings: connotation and denotation/ ethos, logos, pathos
    • Chunking a text- Chunk the article
    • Begin Rhetorical Precis

    Homework: Complete Rhetorical Precis Due: typed in MLA format 11/8/13

    In the “The Undercover Parent” (2008), Harlan Coben asserts that parents
    should discuss installing spyware on their children’s computers so they can be
    monitored. Coben backs up this claim by using different situations that are
    possible and by acknowledging both sides of the argument. Coben encourages
    parents to install the spyware in order to keep teens safe. Coben writes to parents
    of teens and teenagers themselves as a mediator with a concerned tone.
     November 8 & 12
    Daily Oral Lang. 23.4
    The Undercover Parent Cont.
    Socratic Seminar Prep: Socratic Seminar Guidelines
    Show video clip: Father gets upset about his daughter's Facebook posting
    Homework:  Use The Undercover Parent, What are the Consequences of Snooping on Their Teens, and the video seen in class to develop 6 questions or comments for next week's Socratic Seminar
    Study Vocabulary- Greek #2
     November 13 & 14
     Daily Oral Lang. 23.5
     The Undercover Parent cont. 
    Greek #2 Vocab quiz
    Identifying Ethos/Pathos/Logos
    6 questions / comments
    Brave Heart Speech
    The Kings Speech
    Homework: Socratic Seminar prep, 6 questions/comments
    Study for daily oral language 23
    Outside Reading - December 16 
     November 15 &18
     Daily Oral language 23 Quiz
    The Undercover Parent-Socratic Seminar
     November 19&20
     Vocabulary Quiz Greek #3
    Handout and discuss Last Lecture Writing Rubric -students must label their quotes, comparisons, hooks,and the ethos, logos and pathos they use in their  "Last Lecture"
     November 21 &22
    Students are watching the play Bang, Bang You're Dead
    Homework:  Complete your "Last Lecture"  use the rubric and label all required fields.
     December 2&3
    -Daily Oral Language 24 1-2
    -Watch William Golding interview
    -Begin reading chapters 1-2 of Lord of the Flies 
    Homework:  Finish reading chapters 1-2 of Lord of the Flies
    Complete chapters 1&2 study guide
    Review the following attachments:  
     December 4&5
    December 6&9
     Daily Oral Language 24 (3-4) 
    Begin annotating the novel using the Lord of the Flies Annotations Guide
    Homework: Read Lord of the Flies 3-4 and complete chapter 3&4 study guide
    Study Vocabulary  Greek #4
    Daily Oral Lang. 5-6
    Review Study Guide Chapter 1&2
    RCQ 1-2
    Homework:  Read Chapter 3 
    Complete Study Guide Chapter 3
    Continue annotating for your writing prompt-use yellow
    Outside reading Due 12/16/13
    December 11&12
    Preposition Pkt. pages 15 &19
    Read Lord of the Flies Ch. 4
    RCQ on 3-4 next class
    Homework:  Read Ch. 5-6
    Complete Outside Reading
    January 23 & 24
    Daily Oral Lang. 25
    To Kill a Mockingbird intr. PP
    -Cornell Notes
    -Read Ch. 1-2
    Homework: Read Ch. 1-3 RCQ next class
    Vocab: Greek 5 
    January 27 & 28
    Daily Oral Lang. 25.
    -Cornell Notes
    -RCQ 1-3
    -Greek 5 Quiz
    Homework: Read Ch. 4-7 RCQ next class
    Vocab: Greek 6
    Take practice quizzes for TKMB Ch. 4-7 and Greek 6
    January 29 & 30
    Daily Oral Lang. 25 5-6
    To Kill a Mockingbird Figurative Lang.
    -RCQ 4-7
    -Read ch. 8-9 RCQ next class
    -Vocabulary Greek 6
    -Take practice quizes for ch. 8-9 and greek 6
    - Finish TKMB study guide chapters 8-9 
    January 31 & February 3
    Daily Oral Lang. 25 7-8
    -RCQ 8-9
    Civil Rights Project: Select Topic 
    -Read Ch. 10-11
    -RCQ next class
    -Vocab: Greek 6
    -Take practice questions for ch. 10-11 and Greek 6
    Outside reading non-fiction due: 4/15/14
    February 4&5
    • Daily Oral Lang. 25. 9-10
    • Reading Check Quiz 10-11
    • Begin Research-Complete Steps: 1-3  (Generating Ideas)
    -Study Greek 7
    -Study for Daily oral language Quiz 
    -Read and complete study guide for To Kill a Mockingbird Chapters 12-14 
    Outside reading non-fiction due: 4/15/14 
    February 6 & 7
    • Daily Oral Language Quiz
    • Take Readng Check Quiz 12-14 
    • Read To Kill a Mockingbird Chapters 15-17
    • Cont. research- Steps 1-7: Generating Ideas, Finding a Focus Subject, Develop a  Controlling Idea w/ 3 Reasons.
    • Chunk Study Guide Questions for To Kill a Mockingbird 15-17
    - Study Greek 7 Test on Monday 2/10
    - Complete 15-17 "Chunks"
    Outside reading non-fiction due: 4/15/14
     February 10 & 11
    • To Kill a Mockingbird RCQ 15-17
    • Cont. Research: Begin Basic Outline- If you lost yours-you can print in from Haiku
      • Homework: Read chapters 18-21 RCQ 2/18/14
      • Complete Study Guide: TKMB 18-21
      • Study Vocabulary:Greek 8 
      • Research Basic Outline Due: 2/18/14
    Outside reading-Non-fiction Due: 4/15/14 
     February 12 & 13
    • Cont. Research:  Create strong topic sentences and select strong facts for you "Basic Outline".  You have the entire block to work on this.  Use your time wisely!
    -Complete "Basic Outline"  Develop strong sentences and do not forget parenthetical documentation
    -Complete Study Guide:TKMB 18-21
    -Study: Greek 8
    Outside reading non-fiction due: 4/15/14

     February 18 &19
    •  Daily Oral Lang. 26 1-2
    • Take To Kill a Mockingbird Chapters 18-21 Quiz
    • Take Greek 8 Quiz
    • Read Chapters 22-24
    • CHUNK Study Guide Questions        
    Outside reading non-fiction due: 4/15/14
     February 20 & 21
     Daily Oral Language 26. 2-4
    TKMB Reading Check Quiz
    Read ch. 26-30 TKMB
    • Complete Study Guide 
    -Read ch. 26-31 TKMB
    - Vocabulary: Greek 9
    -TKMB Study Guide 26-31 (short answer)
    Outside reading non-fiction due: 4/15/14
    February 24&25
    • Daily Oral Language 26 5-6
    • Reading Check Quiz 26-31
    • Research Cont- Thesis Statement

    Homework:  Vocabulary Greek 10

    Revised Essays Due: 2/26/14
    Outside Reading non-fiction Due: 4/15/14
     March 3 & 4
    •  Daily Oral Lang. 26 7-8
    •  Take Greek 10 Quiz 
    • Continue Research
    -Developing Intro/Conclusion
    -Continue working on strong commentary
    -Vocabulary Greek 11
    -Finish Intro/Conclusion and Type Research Paper MLA format - Due 3/10 
    Outside Reading non-fiction Due: 4/15/14
     March 5 & 6
    • Daily Oral Lang. 26 9-10
    • Develop and revise Intro/Conclusion
    • Watch To Kill A Mockingbird
    -Vocabulary Greek 11
    -Finish Intro/Conclusion and Type Research Paper IN MLA FORMAT - Due 3/10 
    Outside Reading non-fiction Due: 4/15/14
     March 10 & 11
    •  Daily Oral Language 26 Quiz
    • Greek 11 Quiz
    • Watch TKMB
    Trouble Submitting your research Paper? Email Ms. Lisonbee                       rlisonbee@murrieta.k12.ca.us
    -Vocabulary Greek 12
    -Finish Intro/Conclusion & Type research paper IN MLA FORMAT - Due 3/12 (A-Day)
    Outside Reading non-fiction Due: 4/15/14 
     March 12 & 13
    •  Daily Oral Language 27 1& 2
    • Turn In Papers + Works Cited Due
    • Watch TKMB
    Trouble Submitting your research Paper? Email Ms. Lisonbee                       rlisonbee@murrieta.k12.ca.us
    Research Paper/ Works Cited
    -Vocabulary Greek 12
    -Finish Intro/Conclusion & Type research paper IN MLA FORMAT - Due 3/12 (A-Day)
    Outside Reading non-fiction Due: 4/15/14 
     March 18 & 19
    • Daily Oral Language 27 4 & 5
    • Greek 12 Quiz
    • Collect Essays
    • Introduction: The Oddesy
    Trouble Submitting your research Paper? Email Ms. Lisonbee                       rlisonbee@murrieta.k12.ca.us
    - Vocabulary: Greek 13
     Outside Reading non-fiction Due: 4/15/14 

     March 20 & 21 
    •  Daily Oral Language 27 7 & 8
    • Introduction to the Odyssey 
    • Clips - Troy (Friday period 7)
    Trouble Submitting your research Paper? Email Ms. Lisonbee                       rlisonbee@murrieta.k12.ca.us
    - Vocabulary: Greek 13
    -Submit Research Paper to turnitin.com
    -Write a 2 paragraph summary of The Iliad
     Outside Reading non-fiction Due: 4/15/14 
     April 7 & 8
    •  Daily Oral Language 27 9-10
    • Vocab Quiz
    • Turn in Summaries
    • Literature Focus - "The Epic"
    • Who's who in The Odyssey
    • Writing conferences/Research Review
    - Vocabulary: Greek 14
    -Greek Mythology Background (Take notes if you were absent)
    Outside Reading non-fiction Due: 4/15/14 
     April 9 & 10
    •  Daily Oral Language quiz
    • Transitioning to quotes
    • Who's Who - The Odyssey
    • Read Lines 1 - 149
    - Vocabulary: Greek 14
    - Complete reading annotation The Odyssey
    Outside Reading non-fiction Due: 4/15/14  
     April 11 & 14
    •  Daily Oral Language 28 1-2
    • Journal Check/Stamp
    • Read The Odyssey lines 150-494
    Outside Reading Due Thursday
    - Vocabulary: Greek 14
    - Finish reading to line 494
    - Complete 4 Dialectical Journal Entries 
       -2 on characterization for Odysseus
       -2 on a topic of your choice 
     Outside Reading non-fiction Due: 4/15/14   
     April 15 and 16
    • DOL 28.3-4
    • Greek 14 Quiz
    • Journal check/ stamp
    • Read Odyssey, Part II lines 1-383
    • Vocabulary: Word Clues 1 
    • Finish reading Part II to line 383
    • 4 Dialectical Journal Entries
      • 1 on an example of figurative language, e.g. metaphor, imagery, etc.
      • 1 on a leadership decision Odysseus makes- analyze if it's good or bad
      • 2 of your choice
    Outside Reading- Student Choice- Due 5/29 (A)
    April 17 and 18 
     Daily Oral Language 28.5-6
    • Journal Check and Stamp
    • Odyssey Timeline Check
    • Read "Siren Song" on page 849 and compare to Odysseus' description of the sirens in part II, lines 46-59
    • Read Odyssey  Part III on page 853
    - Vocabulary Word Clues 1
    - Do a compare and contrast "double entry" for your dialectical journal
       - Choose a quote from Margret Atwood's "Siren Song" and do a says and means
       - Choose a quote from Part II of the Odyssey and do a says and means
       - Do a 4 sentence matters that compares how Odysseus views the sirens to how Atwood's siren views herself 
    -Finish reading Part III
       - Complete 3 dialectical journal entries
       - 1 on the topic of fidelity
       - 2 of your choice
    You will have  a  total of 5 quotes and 4 journal entries (first period can do the four sentence summary for extra credit)
    Outside Reading- Student Choice- Due 5/29 (A)
     April 21 and 22
    • Daily Oral Language 28.7-8
    • Word Clues 1 Quiz
    • Journal Check/ Stamp
    • Discuss Odyssey Part III
    • Begin Part IV
    - Vocabulary Word Clues 2 .doc
    -Finish reading "Death in the Great Hall" (lines 1-141)
    -2 Dialectical Journal entries of your choice
     Outside Reading- Student Choice- Due 5/29 (A)
     April 23 and 24
    •  Daily Oral Language 28.9-10
    • Journal Check/ Stamp
    • Review Odyssey "Death in the Great Hall"
    • Read "The Trunk of the Olive Tree"
    • Discuss Odysseus as father, leader, husband, friend, etc.
    - Vocabulary- Word Clues 2 
    - Finish reading The Odyssey
    - Complete 4 dialectical journal entries according to instructions found on the power point presentation
       - Choose four roles Odysseus fills in The Odyssey such as father, husband, enemy, hero, and leader. 
          - For each role, select a character trait like those listed on the chart. Find a quote that shows Odysseus displaying that characteristic anywhere in The Odyssey.
     All dialectical journal entries due Friday, 24 April.
     Outside Reading- Student Choice- Due 5/29 (A)
     April 25 and 28      
    Dialectical Journals- stamp last 4
    Begin Group Essays
    Vocabulary: Word Clues 2 .doc
    Finish Group Essays- Due Wednesday, April 30 by 3:15 pm 
     Dialectical journal entries (21 total) due Tuesday.
    Outside Reading- Student Choice- Due 5/29 (A) 
     April 29 and May 1
    DOL28 Quiz
    Vocabulary  Word Clues 2 Quiz
    Notes-Shakespeare background information
    -Vocabulary: Word Clues 3
    -Finish Group Essays
    -Cornell Notes
    Note: Click here to view the reading schedule. For any role that does not have a student volunteer, I will randomly select a student who is not reading to fill that role. If you see a role that you would like to read, email me.
    Each student will read a total of four times throughout the play. 
     Outside Reading- Student Choice- Due 5/29 (A) 
    May 1 and 2
    •  Notes- Shakespeare
    • Read I.i-I.ii
    • Review R&J Packet
    • If you missed class, catch up by reading at home scenes one and two. You can listen to act one here.
      -Vocabulary Word Clues 3
      -Write summary for I.i
      -Complete dialectical journal entries 1 and 2
          - 1: Choose a pair of lines that does not seem to make sense at first reading. Analyze the lines and describe what they mean.
          - 2: Choose a quote that describes Romeo's problem. Analyze the quote and choose an adjective to describe Romeo's personality so far.
      - Check the reading log to see if you are scheduled for Monday. If you see an empty part that you would like to read, email me 
     Outside Reading- Student Choice- Due 5/29 (A)
     May 5 and 6   
    • Warm Up 
    • Vocabulary Notes
    • Read Romeo and Juliet Act I, scenes iii-v
    Check the reading chart and email me to request a part.
       -Vocabulary- Word Clues 4
       -Dialectical Journal Entries 3 and 4
          -3- Romeo describing Juliet in scene v
          -4- Juliet describing Romeo in scene v
       -Finish all three summaries for act I
      Outside Reading- Student Choice- Due 5/29 (A)
     May 7 and 8
    • Word Clues 3 Quiz 
    • Warm Up
    • Read I.v-II.ii
       - Vocabulary Word Clues 4
       - Dialectical Journal Entries #5-6 Student Choice
       - Start act II summaries
      Outside Reading- Student Choice- Due 5/29 (A)
    • Warm Up- Sticky Notes
    • Read II.ii-II.iv
    • How does Mercutio's Romeo compare with Juliet's Romeo?
       - Word Clues 4
       - Dialectical Journal Entries # 7-8
       - Finish act II summaries for scenes i-iv (2)
     Outside Reading- Student Choice- Due 5/29 (A)
     May 12 and 13   
    •  Warm Up- What is the difference between Romeo when he talks to Juliet and Romeo when he talks to Mercutio?
    • Read Act II, scene v to Act III, scene i (just the beginning)
    Shakespearean Insult of the Day:
    "O God, sir, here's a dish I love not. I cannot endure my lady tongue." (Much Ado About Nothing, I.ii)
       -Vocabulary Word Clues 4 
       -3 dialectical journal entries # 9-11
          -9-Friar Lawrence's advice to Romeo in II.vi
          -10-People talking about/expressing an opinion of love that you admire or agree with
          -11-Romeo (or Mercutio) addressing Tybalt (due Friday for period 7)
       -Finish Act II Summaries
       -Sticky note- Write down a word that you do not understand because it is not used in modern English.
    Outside Reading will now be due 4 June. Students may choose fiction or non-fiction. 
     May 15 and 16
    Warm Up- Sticky Note
    Word Clues 4 Quiz
    Read Romeo and Juliet III.i-III.iii
    Shakespearean Insult of the Day:
     "Will your grace command me any service to the world’s

    end? I will go on the slightest errand now to the Antipodes

    that you can devise to send me on. I will fetch you a

    toothpicker now from the furthest inch of Asia, bring you

    the length of Prester John’s foot, fetch you a hair off the

    great Cham’s beard, do you any embassage to the Pygmies,

    rather than hold three words' conference with this harpy." (Much Ado About Nothing, I.ii)

       -3 Dialectical Journals # 12-14
          - 12: Romeo's furious actions from III.i.105-125 or III.i.166-170
          - 13: Juliet's reaction to Romeo killing Tybalt. III.ii.73-126
          - 14: Friar Lawrence's plan for Romeo after his banishment. III.iii.146-173 
    Outside Reading- student choice- due 6/5 (A) 
     May 19 and 20   
    Warm Up 
    Read III.iv and III.v
    Student generated questions- important events
    Insult of the Day:
    "No longer from head to foot than from hip to hip:
    she is spherical, like a globe; I could find out
       -Finish act III summaries
       -3 dialectical journal entries:
          -15: Imagery in Romeo and Juliet's morning scene (III.v.1-40)
          -16: Juliet's duplicitous language talking to her mother about Romeo and Paris
          -17: Foreshadowing of Romeo and Juliet's suicides in act III 
     Outside Reading- student choice- due 6/5 (A) 
     May 21 and 22      
     Warm Up- Insult
    Group Discussion- catalysts
    Read IV.i-IV.iii Class Reading Log
    Shakespearean Therapy
    Insult of the Day:
    "Hence heap of wrath, foul indigested lump,/ As crooked in thy manners as thy shape!" (Henry VI, Part II)
    Corrections for Recitations:
    Juliet's Soliloquy: II.ii.33-49
    Friar Lawrence's Herb Speech: II.iii.15-31
    Prince's Conclusion: V.iii.285-295, 305-310
       -Start memorizing recitation
       -Work on summaries
       -2 dialectical journal entries: 
          -18: Friar Lawrence's description of the potion IV.i.90-120
          -19: Juliet's description of fears (imagery or what her description says about her mental state) IV.iii.15-59
     Outside Reading- Student Choice- Due 6/5 (A)
     May 28 and 29
     Sentence Corrections
    Finish Romeo and Juliet
    Vote with your feet
    Sign up- Recitations
    Packets due 6/5
    Finish all summaries
    Dialectical Journals:
       -20: - The change in the Capulet's attitude when they find Juliet "dead"
       -21: - Romeo's dream of death V.i
       -22: - Language Romeo and Juliet use to equate love with death. 
    May 30 and June 1   
    Guest Speaker
    Finish Counter-Arguments
    Extra Credit Sign Up
       -Packets and outside reading due 6/5
       -Finish all summaries
       -Dialectical journals 23-25
          -Look for evidence of Romeo's and Juliet's tragic flaws (at least one quote from act I or II)
             -Romeo's possible tragic flaw:
                -Too impulsive
                -Does not think before he acts
                -Rushes into action without thinking
             -Juliet's possible tragic flaw:
                -Too subversive/ manipulative rather than direct about her feelings
                -Too dedicated to Romeo and love
                -Logically thinks through actions, then ignores her common sense
                -Moves her relationship forward too quickly 
     June 3 through June 5
     Discuss Possible Socratic Seminar Questions
    Collect Packets (6/5)
    Study Guide for Final Exam Multiple Choice Study Guide 
     FINAL REVIEW For the Socratic Seminar, look over the study questions under Romeo and Juliet Resources.
    August 14th(A) & 15th(B)  -Welcome Class of 2017    -PRIDE Activity Booklet    -Discuss Course OutlineHomework    -Print and submit the last page of the Advanced English I Syllabus 
    August 16th(A) & 19th(B)
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