ENGLISH 11 & ENGLISH AP LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITIONCLASSWORK/HOMEWORK PAGE
At this site, you will find a brief description of each day's lesson as well as any upcoming formal assignments.
2nd Half of the Year!


ASSIGNMENTS WILL HEREAFTER BE ANNOUNCED IN EACH INDIVIDUAL CLASS INSTEAD OF POSTED HERE FOR THE REST OF THIS ACADEMIC YEAR--GOOD LUCK WITH EVERYTHING!

TUESDAY MARCH 20: AP MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS PRACTICE (18): INTRO TO LOGICAL FALLACIES
ENGLISH 11: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD CHAPTERS 21-
ENGLISH 11 HONORS: IN-CLASS TIMED WRITING: THE GREAT GATSBY


THURSDAY MARCH 8: AP ENGLISH: THE ARGUMENT ESSAY: WRITING THESIS STATMENTS ON BOTH SIDES
ENGLISH 11: EXEMPLIFICATION MLA PARAGRAPH
ENGLISH 11 HONORS: THE GREAT GATSBY, TANTALUS, MEYER WOLFSHEIM, ARNOLD ROTHSTEIN, & 1919 WORLD SERIES

WEDNESDAY MARCH 7: TESTING DAY: THE SAT

TUESDAY MARCH 6: SAT READING AND LANGUAGE

MONDAY MARCH 5: SAT READING AND LANGUAGE
ENGLISH 11 HONORS: THE GREAT GATSBY QUIZ CHAPTERS 7-9



FRIDAY MARCH 2: SAT MRS LANE PRE-TEST PAPERWORK

THURSDAY MARCH 1: SAT READING AND LANGUAGE

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28: SAT READING AND LANGUAGE

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 27: SAT LANGUAGE

MONDAY FEBRUARY 26: SAT READING



FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23: AP ENGLISH: PEER REVIEWS: THE ARGUMENT ESSAY
ENGLISH 11 HONORS: GATSBY CHAPTER 4
ENGLISH 11: COMMAS QUIZ (GRAMMARBYTES); TKAM

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22: AP ENGLISH: IN-CLASS TIMED WRITING ASSIGNMENT: THE ARGUMENT ESSAY
ENGLISH 11 HONORS: GATSBY SYMBOLS "RESEARCH" & INTRO TO GRAMMARBYTES: FUSED AND RUN-SENTENCES, FRAGMENTS
ENGLISH 11: GRAMMAR BYTES COMMAS

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21: AP ENGLISH: PLANNING THE ARGUMENT ESSAY, USING PERSONAL EXPERIENCE, BASIC STRUCTURE HELP
ENGLISH HONORS: THE GREAT GATSBY: WINTER DREAMS
ENGLISH 11: FRAGMENTS QUIZ: TKAM

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 20: AP ENGLISH: INDUCTIVE, DEDUCTIVE, & ABDUCTIVE REASONING; LOGICAL FALLACIES
ENGLISH 11 HONORS: THE GREAT GATSBY; USING ONLINE CONCORDANCE: SENTENCE STRUCTURES
ENGLISH 11: SENTENCE FRAGMENTS; TKAM

MONDAY FEBRUARY 19: AP ENGLISH: SOAPSTONE POLITICAL CARTOON
ENGLISH 11 HONORS: THE GREAT GATSBY QUIZ CH 1-3; ALLUSIONS
ENGLISH 11: FUSED SENTENCES (RUN-ONS) AND COMMA SPLICES (REVIEW); TKAM




FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16: AP ENGLISH: RHETORICAL MODES IN COURTROOM: A FEW GOOD MEN (DEFINITION, CAUSE/EFFECT, PROCESS ANALYSIS, NARRATION--INDUCTION AND DEDUCTIVE SYLLOGISM)
ENGLISH 11 HONORS: VARIATIONS IN THE GREAT GATSBY CH 1-3
ENGLISH 11: TKAM INTRO W/ GREGORY PECK

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 15: AP ENGLISH: IN-CLASS WORK ON RHETORICAL SCHEMES WORKSHEET (DUE 2/16), QUIZLET TONE (2) QUIZ (ON 2/16), OR CHAPTER 3 OUTLINE
ENGLISH 11 HONORS: CHAPTER 1, THE GREAT GATSBY; SIGN-UP FOR "SYMBOLS" PROJECT
ENGLISH 11: SIMPLE, COMPOUND, COMPLEX SENTENCES; GRAMMAR BYTES FUSED SENTENCES, COMMA SPLICES, & FRAGMENTS


WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14: AP ENGLISH: CHAPTER THREE THE LANGUAGE OF COMPOSITION
ENGLISH 11 HONORS: "THE ROARING TWENTIES"; INTRODUCTION TO THE GREAT GATSBY
ENGLISH 11: FUSED (RUN-ON) SENTENCES AND COMMA SPLICES (GRAMMAR BYTES)--TKAM CHAPTER 7-


TUESDAY FEBRUARY 13: AP ENGLISH: INTRODUCTION TO THE ARGUMENT ESSAY: INTRODUCTION TO RHETORICAL MODES OF EXAMPLE/ILLUSTRATION, CLASSIFICATION, COMPARISON AND CONTRAST, ANALOGY
ENGLISH 11 HONORS: QUIZ ON HAMLET
ENGLISH 11: TKAM CHAPTER 6-

MONDAY FEBRUARY 12: AP ENGLISH: PEER REVIEW RHETORICAL ANALYSIS ESSAY: JOHN M BARRY THE GREAT INFLUENZA
ENGLISH 11 HONORS: HAMLET ACT V (& CRASH COURSE)
ENGLISH 11: TKAM CHAPTER 5-





FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9: AP ENGLISH: PEER REVIEW AP RHETORICAL ANALYSIS ESSAY: FLORENCE KELLY SPEECH
ENGLISH 11 HONORS: HAMLET ACT V
ENGLISH 11 TKAM CHAPTERS 4-

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 8: AP ENGLISH: TIMED WRITING ASSIGNMENT: THE RHETORICAL ANALYSIS ESAY (FLORENCE KELLY)
ENGLISH 11/HONORS: INTRODUCTION TO GRAMMAR BITES/ WRITING ASSESSMENT (SHORT STORIES RETURNED)
[WRITING ISSUES: FIXING RUN-ON SENTENCES AND USING QUOTATIONS (DIALOGUE) IN WRITING]

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7: AP ENGLISH: JFK INAUGURAL 20 RHETORICAL TECHNIQUES; PREVIEW RHETORICAL ANALYSIS ESSAY
ENGLISH 11: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
ENGLISH 11 HONORS: HAMLET ACT IV-V (GRAVEYARD SCENE)

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 6: AP ENGLISH: TONE WORDS (2); JFK INAUGURAL SPEECH-- RHETORICAL ANALYSIS
ENGLISH 11: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD CHAPTERS 3-
ENGLISH 11 HONORS: HAMLET: HAMLET'S 3RD SOLILOQUY

MONDAY FEBRUARY 5: AP ENGLISH: TONE WORDS QUIZ: LINCOLN'S 2 STUDENT RESPONSES TO RHETORICAL ANALYSIS ESSAY
ENGLISH 11: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD CHAPTERS 2-
ENGLISH 11 HONORS: HAMLET, ACT IV (QUIZ)




FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2: AP ENGLISH: PRACTICE QUIZ ON TONE WORDS # 1; TROPES QUIZ (OPEN NOTE); LINCOLN'S 2ND INAUGURAL AP MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
ENGLISH 11: SOUTHERN GOTHIC LITERATURE: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, CHAPTER 1
ENGLISH 11 HONORS: HAMLET'S SOLILOQUY "TO BE..." INTERPRETATION


BEGINNING OF 3RD MARKING TERM, WINTER-SPRING 2018


UPCOMING ASSIGNMENTS & HOMEWORK DATES:

AP ENGLISH
TONE QUIZ # 2: PRACTICE QUIZ FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9--GRADED QUIZ MOVED TO FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16
RHETORICAL SCHEMES WORKSHEET DUE FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16

CHAPTER 3, THE LANGUAGE OF COMPOSITION, OUTLINE DUE MONDAY FEBRUARY 19


ALL ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS ON AN INDIVIDUAL PERIOD BASIS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE :)


ASSIGNMENTS PRIOR TO CHRISTMAS BREAK:

AP ENGLISH: MONDAY DECEMBER 11: THE GREAT GATSBY READING QUIZ CHAPTERS 7-9

AP ENGLISH: MONDAY DECEMBER 4: THE GREAT GATSBY READING QUIZ CHAPTERS 4-6

AP ENGLISH: MONDAY NOVEMBER 27: THE GREAT GATSBY READING QUIZ CHAPTERS 1-3

AP ENGLISH: TUESDAY NOVEMBER 7 IN-CLASS WRITING ASSIGNMENT: HAMLET 40 MINUTE AP ESSAY

AP ENGLISH: QUIZ ON MONDAY OCTOBER 23, ACT IV HAMLET

AP ENGLISH: QUIZ ON MONDAY OCTOBER 16, ACT III HAMLET

ENGLISH 11, H--OF MICE AND MEN, CHAPTER 3-4 QUESTIONS DUE, THURSDAY OCTOBER 12

AP ENGLISH: QUIZ ON MONDAY OCTOBER 9, ACT II HAMLET

COLLEGE/CAREER ESSAYS DUE: ALL CLASSES MONDAY OCTOBER 2

AP ENGLISH: QUIZ ON MONDAY OCTOBER 2--: QUIZ ON MONDAY OCTOBER 2, ACT I HAMLET

COLLEGE ESSAY DRAFTS--AP, ENGLISH 11, H--COPY OF MOST RECENT COLLEGE ESSAY DRAFT DUE THURSDAY 9/28*
*HAND IN MONDAY OCTOBER 2, IF NECESSARY...(Finish over the weekend if you need the extra time).

QUIZ ON MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25--AP ENGLISH: Read for Understanding: HAMLET ACT I


CLASS REVIEW:

MONDAY DECEMBER 18: AP ENGLISH: THE GREAT GATSBY: CONCLUSION/THEME(S)
ENGLISH 11: "I, TOO, HEAR AMERICA SINGING" BY LANGSTON HUGHES, LITERARY ANALYSIS

FRIDAY DECEMBER 15: AP ENGLISH: THE GREAT GATSBY PRESENTATIONS/CONCLUSION
ENGLISH 11: "I HEAR AMERICA SINGING" LITERARY ANALYSIS CONTINUED

THURSDAY DECEMBER 14: AP ENGLISH: THE GREAT GATSBY PRESENTATIONS
ENGLISH 11: READING WALT WHITMAN'S "I HEAR AMERICA SINGING" & LITERARY ANALYSIS

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 13: AP ENGLISH: THE GREAT GATSBY PRESENTATIONS
ENGLISH 11: LITERARY ELEMENTS IMAGERY, DICTION, POINT-OF-VIEW, TONE

TUESDAY DECEMBER 12: AP ENGLISH: THE GREAT GATSBY CONCLUSION/PRESENTATIONS
ENGLISH 11 H: SENTENCE PATTERNS; ENGLISH 11: INTRODUCTION TO UNIT

MONDAY DECEMBER 11:AP ENGLISH: THE GREAT GATSBY QUIZ/CONCLUSION
ENGLISH 11: SENTENCE PATTERNS

FRIDAY DECEMBER 8: ALL ENGLISH CLASSES: NAVIANCE TRAINING IN MEDIA CENTER WITH MRS.SHILES

THURSDAY DECEMBER 7: AP ENGLISH, THE GREAT GATSBY PRESENTATIONS RESEARCH
ENGLISH 11: SHORT STORY WRITING WORKSHOP DAY 3

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 6: AP ENGLISH, THE GREAT GATSBY
ENGLISH 11: "A JURY OF HER PEERS"

TUESDAY DECEMBER 5: AP ENGLISH: SIMPLE, COMPOUND, COMPLEX COMPOUND/COMPLEX SENTENCE REVIEW
ENGLISH 11: "A JURY OF HER PEERS" FINISH READING QUESTIONS

MONDAY DECEMBER 4: AP ENGLISH: GATSBY QUIZ
ENGLISH 11: "A JURY OF HER PEERS" (READING AND QUESTIONS)

FRIDAY DECEMBER 1: AP ENGLISH GATSBY
ENGLISH 11: " A JURY OF HER PEERS" READING

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 30: AP ENGLISH: WEB RESEARCH/READING ALLUSIONS IN THE GREAT GATSBY
ENGLISH 11: SHORT STORY WRITING WORKSHOP FULL DAY 2 (400 WORDS DUE)

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29: AP ENGLISH: "THE ROARING TWENTIES"; THE GREAT GATSBY; SENTENCE PATTERNS
ENGLISH 11: SHORT STORY DRAFTS: STORYBOARDING AND OUTLINING

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28: AP ENGLISH: ARCHETYPES IN LITERATURE (JOURNALS); INDEPENDENT RESEARCH FOR GATSBY SIGN-UPS; SENTENCE PATTERNS: CHAPTERS 1-3 GATSBY
ENGLISH 11: SENTENCE PATTERNS CONTINUED (JOURNALS); REVIEW "A ROSE FOR EMIILY" LITERARY ELEMENTS

MONDAY NOVEMBER 27: AP ENGLISH GATSBY QUIZ CHAPTERS 1-3
ENGLISH 11: SHORT STORY "SPEAKING OF COURAGE" TIM O'BRIEN

*THANKSGIVING BREAK WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22- MONDAY NOVEMBER 27*

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15: ALL CLASSES: THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 14: ALL CLASSES: THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS/RHETORICAL ANALYSIS

MONDAY NOVEMBER 13: ALL ENGLISH ETHOS, LOGOS, & PATHOS; CHAMBERLAIN'S ADDRESS

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10: NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9: AP: RHETORICAL ANALYSIS
ENGLISH 11: "SOLDIER'S HOME"

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8: PROFESSIONAL DAY

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 7: AP ENGLISH: TIMED ESSAY, HAMLET
ENGLISH 11: "SOLDIER'S HOME" READING AND LITERARY ANALYSIS

MONDAY NOVEMBER 6: AP ENGLISH: WRITING TIMED ESSAYS: INTRODUCTIONS & CONCLUSIONS (SENTENCE PATTERNS)
ENGLISH 11: SHORT STORY WRAP-UP FOR MARKING PERIOD 1: "YELLOW SKY" & "TO BUILD A FIRE"

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3: AP ENGLISH: CONCLUSION: HAMLET
ENGLISH 11: "THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY"

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2: AP ENGLISH: EMBEDDING QUOTATIONS (CONTINUED); HAMLET SOLILOQUY COMPLETED
ENGLISH 11: "THE BRIDE COMES TO YELLOW SKY" LITERARY ELEMENTS = EMBEDDED IMAGERY, NAMES, PATTERNS, ETC.

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1: AP ENGLISH: SENTENCE PATTERNS; EMBEDDING QUOTATIONS (HAMLET); SOLILOQUY
"O, WHAT A ROGUE AND PEASANT SLAVE..."
ENGLISH 11: "TO BUILD A FIRE" CAUSE AND EFFECT; LITERARY ANALYSIS

TUESDAY OCTOBER 31: ALL ENGLISH CLASSES: NOTES ON THE HISTORY OF HALLOWEEN

MONDAY OCTOBER 30: AP ENGLISH: HAMLET: EMBEDDING QUOTATIONS
ENGLISH 11: JACK LONDON'S "TO BUILD A FIRE" REPETITION, ALLITERATION, SUBMERGED IMAGERY

FRIDAY OCTOBER 27: SENTENCE PATTERNS; EMBEDDING QUOTATIONS EFFECTIVELY (2) FROM HAMLET
ENGLISH 11: WILDERNESS LITERATURE AND LITERARY ELEMENTS FROM JACK LONDON'S "TO BUILD A FIRE"

THURSDAY OCOTBER 26: AP ENGLISH : SENTENCE PATTERNS 2-5; HAMLET SOLIL # 2
ENGLISH 11: WRITING WORKSHOP; FINAL ESSAY, OF MICE AND MEN; EXTENDED DEFINITION ESSAY BEGINS

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25: AP ENGLISH: SENTENCE PATTERN 1 a-c ; HAMLET SOLIL # 2 ANALYSIS
ENGLISH 11: JOHN UPDIKE'S "A & P" IMAGERY, INTERIOR MONOLOGUE, THEME

TUESDAY OCTOBER 24: AP ENGLISH: SENTENCE TYPES (S, COMPD, COMPLX, COMPD/COMPLX) HAMLET, SOLIL # 1
ENGLISH 11: SENTENCE TYPES (4), "ELEVEN": SIMILES, METAPHOR, HYPERBOLE, REPETITION, INTERIOR MONOLOGUE

MONDAY OCTOBER 23: AP ENGLISH HAMLET, ACT 4 QUIZ; JOURNALS = PURPOSES OF SENTENCES, TYPES OF PHRASES
ENGLISH 11: JOURNALS = PURPOSES OF SENTENCES, TYPES OF PHRASES; "ELEVEN" Sandra Cisneros

FRIDAY OCTOBER 20: PROFESSIONAL DAY

THURSDAY OCTOBER 19: AP ENGLISH HAMLET, ACT 3 (ANADIPLOSIS PRACTICE 6th period)
ENGLISH 11: WRITING WORKSHOP: COMPLETE ESSAY ON THEME, OF MICE AND MEN

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18: AP ENGLISH HAMLET, ACT 3
ENGLISH 11: (MORE PARTS OF SPEECH, S-V AGREEMENT)

TUESDAY OCTOBER 17: AP ENGLISH--RHETORICAL ANALYSIS OF HAMLET'S SPEECH (FOCUS ON ANADIPLOSIS, ASYNDETON, & POLYSYNDETON) CONTINUE ACT 3
ENGLISH 11: PARTS OF SPEECH; PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES, SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT (SENTENCES)

MONDAY OCTOBER 16: AP ENGLISH, HAMLET QUIZ, ACT 3--RHETORICAL ANALYSIS OF HAMLET'S "TO BE..." SPEECH
ENGLISH 11: STUDY OF LANGUAGE--PARTS OF SPEECH (8)

FRIDAY OCTOBER 13: AP ENGLISH, HAMLET ACT 2, (HAMLET SOLILOQUY)
ENGLISH 11, H--PREWRITING (JOURNALS): DIAGRAMMING./WEBBING, FREEWRITING; PARTS OF SPEECH

THURSDAY OCTOBER 12: AP ENGLISH, HAMLET ACT 2
ENGLISH 11, H--THEME IN OF MICE AND MEN WRITING WORKSHOP (DAY 1 OF 2)

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11: AP ENGLISH, HAMLET ACTS 1-2 (PROVERBS AND POLONIUS'S ADVISE TO LAERTES)
ENGLISH 11, H--WRITING ABOUT THEME IN OF MICE AND MEN (STRATEGIES FOR WRITING INTRODUCTIONS)

TUESDAY OCTOBER 10: ALL ENGLISH CLASSES: NOTES "PAY ATTENTION" BRAINGAMES

MONDAY OCTOBER 9: AP: HAMLET ACT 2 QUIZ--WRITING FOLDERS AND AP SCORING GUIDE
ENGLISH 11, H--WRITING FOLDERS AND SCORING GUIDE: NOTES FOR DESIGNING YOUR ESSAY(S)

FRIDAY OCTOBER 6: ALL ENGLISH CLASSES: WRITING ISSUES--PARTS OF SPEECH

THURSDAY OCTOBER 5: AP HAMLET: RHETORICAL DEVICE "HENDIADYS" & LAERTES' SPEECH TO OPHELIA
ENGLISH 11, H--CONCLUSION, OF MICE AND MEN

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4: AP: JOURNALS: PROVERBS A-C; CLAUDIUS' SPEECH: SCREEN ZEFIRRELI
ENGLISH 11, H--CHAPTER 4 OF MICE AND MEN continued...

TUESDAY OCTOBER 3: AP: RHETORICAL DEVICE = SENTENTIA (PROVERBS); HAMLET: CLAUDIUS "STATE OF THE UNION" SPEECH RHETORICAL ANALYSIS W/APPOINTMENT CALENDARS 2:00\
ENGLISH 11, H--OF MICE AND MEN CHAPTER 4

MONDAY OCTOBER 2: COLLEGE/CAREER ESSAYS DUE
AP: RHETORICAL DEVICE = PUNS; HAMLET ACT 1
ENGLISH 11, H--OF MICE AND MEN: QUESTIONS CHAPTER 2 DUE; READING CHAPTERS 3-4

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29--AP: RHETORICAL SCHEMES & TROPES IN HAMLET; OVERVIEW OF ACT 1, SCENE 1
ENGLISH 11, H--OF MICE AND MEN: TEXT-BASED WRITING CHAPTER 2; BEGIN READING CHAPTER 3...

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28--ALL ENGLISH CLASSES: WRITING WORKSHOP: COLLEGE/CAREER ESSAY "CURRENT" DRAFT DUE

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27--AP: ARISTOTLE'S ELEMENTS OF TRAGEDY: HAMLET ACT 1
ENGLISH 11, H--OF MICE AND MEN: CHAPTERS 1-2

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 26--AP: THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION & HAMLET (WORKSHEET)
ENGLISH 11, H--OF MICE AND MEN: ANSWERING QUESTIONS WITH TEXTUAL SUPPORT, CHAPTER 1