Planning Your Week
M 8/6: Bring A Streetcar Named Desire to class each day; complete tech menu
ONGOING: ZINC–continue with assignments. Remember your goal is to beat Sanford’s class on the Leaderboard! (I mean, your goal is to enhance the sophistication of your writing by expanding your vocabulary. It will also help with SAT and ACT and that lil' ol' AP test in May that you can get elective credit on.) SpringBoard Instructions for First Time Login REV.
M 8/13: Obtain a copy of The Awakening by Kate Chopin (shop around–it’s free on Kindle, and you can find copies under $5.00)
Monday, August 6
Opener: Daily Lines (analyze the passage for thematic connections and literary elements); review opening scene of Streetcar, analyzing the director’s choices in emphasizing Blanche’s characteristics.
Homework: Respond to the Schoology discussion board with a picture of your “Fouray” poster and a short comment.
Tuesday, August 7
Opener: Daily Lines; introduction to literary theory and review concept of a précis.
Homework: Enjoy your evening!
Wednesday, August 8
Opener: Daily Lines; review précis requirements and rubric; review access to Cobb Digital Library and Cobb County Public Library.
Homework: Locate an article if you did find one in class; print and annotate.
Thursday, August 9
Opener: Daily Lines; organize materials for poker night discussion.
Homework: Post your response to the discussion question on the Schoology discussion board (you may post a picture or type your response).
Friday, August 10
Opener: Fun Friday! Review FRQ rubric.
Homework: ZINC–log in and get started with assignments. Follow these directions: SpringBoard Instructions for First Time Login REV.
Mrs. Walter says:
suggest a poem or short story you would like to study in class. What have you always wanted to read but never found the time?