Monday, January 31, 2011

Objective: The students will find important background information, organize it logically, and begin writing.

1. Get folder.
2. CAT6
3. POY Essay Part 2 (Due typed and ready to edit on Wednesday.

Book needs to be picked and approved by Friday. Book Report 3 is Due March 25th.

Friday, January 28, 2011

Objective: The students will exchange and edit Part I of the POY essay.

1. Exchange and Edit for 50 points.
2. Part II discussion and example.
3. Notes.
4. Homework: Revise Part I.
5. Read your research info and highlight the "bio" info.

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Objective: The students will see a sample of an anecdotal intro and write one for their POY essay.

1. Get folders
2. CAT6
3. Anecdotal Intro Example of perfection.
4. Write your own. Due tomorrow for 50 points. If you don't have it, you cannot exchange/edit, THUS NO POINTS!!!!!!!!!!!

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Objective: The students will continue working on research for their POY.

1. rwarren Jeffrey1^

2. king library

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Objective: The students will start their initial research into their POY.

1. Correct vocab.
2. Discuss paper info and reliable sources.
3. Library Research

Tues: Research
Wed: Research
Thurs: See an example intro. Write intro
Fri: Peer Edit and Revise Intro

Homework: Outside Book

Monday, January 24, 2011

Objective: The students will start thinking who they will write their research paper about.

1. Get folders. Take everything out. All CAT6, all notes, all everything.
2. Research paper prompt.
3. Research paper vocab.

Grades are in Aeries. Be sure to look in the right place for your semester grade.

Friday, January 14, 2011

Objective: Students will pass the oral questions and active reading check.

1. Have book and essay ready.
2. Wait until called up for oral questions.
3. Work on Final Study Guide (or anything else while waiting.
4. Pass back all work in folders.

Period 0: Final on Tuesday and Wednesday (if needed Wed.)

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Objective: The students will share their interpretations of The Nothing Man. Then see the real meaning.

1. Ten minutes to complete poster
2. Discuss and watch real meaning.
3. Final Preview Handout.

Book Reports tomorrow. I will not not not not take them on Tuesday. PERIOD!!!!! That means you!!!!

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Objective: Students will analyze a very ironic and ambiguous poem

1. CAT6
2. Go over Titanic Irony: Situational and Dramatic.
3. Turn in outline for 100
4. Nothing Man Activity

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Objective: The students will complete the outline on RMS Titanic.

1. Get folders and books
2. CAT6
3. Complete Reading and Outline
4. Homework: Book Reports

Note: Please take home your Monte Cristo poster if you want it. I will trash them on Friday.

Monday, January 10, 2011

Objective: Students will read about the Titanic and create an outline of important information.

Get Lit Book and Folder
1. CAT6
2. Correct Vocab
3. Read and outline RMS Titanic

Mon: Titanic
Tues: Titanic
Wed: Nothing Man
Thurs: Nothing Man
Fri: Book Reports and Oral Questions (NO Late Papers)

Friday, January 07, 2011

Objective: The students will know vocab for RMS Titanic

1. Get books and folder
2. Notes
3. Discuss Lamb
4. Vocab

Homework: Book Report

Thursday, January 06, 2011

Objective: The students will complete Lamb to Slaughter assignment.

Turn in/Share??? Theme Poems

1. CAT6
2. Turn in CAT6 31-40
3. Notes
4. Assignment
5. Homework: Book Report. No one is going to try turning it in late. Right?????

Wednesday, January 05, 2011

Objective: The students will read a short story with great irony.

Get Lit Book and Folder
1. CAT6
2. Turn in packet 31-40
3. Read "Lamb to Slaughter" on page 317
4. Complete "Theme for Honors Lit"

Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Objective: The students will write their own Theme for Honors Lit.

1. CAT6
2. Complete poster
3. Discuss posters/poem as a group
4. Begin writing your theme. Due typed. Thursday.

Book Report: Due Jan. 14. BE SURE YOU ARE READING AN APPROVED BOOK. No late papers will be graded either.

Monday, January 03, 2011

Objective: The students will analyze a famous poem by a famous American poet.

1. CAT6
2. Group activity
3. All projects and writing has been graded. It will be put in the computer and passed back asap.

Homework: Book Report is due on January 14. No Late Papers.