American Literature Calendar

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  • Crucible
    All day
    2019.10.01

    Students worked in groups to work on their playbills or correct any errors in their proposals before working on the play bills

    –Homework–complete corrections, complete play bills, and work on USA test prep

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  • Crucible
    All day
    2019.10.02

    Students began working on their Scripts for the movie project

    –Homework–Complete scripts and be prepared to begin filming tomorrow in class and USA test prep

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  • Crucible
    All day
    2019.10.04

    students continued working on the filming of their Crucible mini movies

    –Homework–finalize all elements of the movie and complete USA test prep

    ******** Make sure you e-mail a WORKING link to your movie no later than Monday 8am*******

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  • The Crucible
    All day
    2019.10.07

    began watching and writing criticisms for the Crucible movie re-makes

    –Homework–none

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  • Crucible
    All day
    2019.10.08

    students completed the viewing/presentations of Acts I and II of The Crucible and began acting/performing/analyzing Act III

    –Homework–complete the section of the chart and the questions up to the point where we stopped in class

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  • Crucible
    All day
    2019.10.09

    Students continued  acting/performing/analyzing Act III of The Crucible

    –Homework–complete the chart and questions and reading of ACT III—all work due Tuesday after the Break

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  • Crucible
    All day
    2019.10.15

    Reviewed Act III and began performing/analyzing Act IV of the Crucible

    –Homework–USA test prep and complete the drama guide and ACT IV questions up to where we stopped in class

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  • Crucible
    All day
    2019.10.17

    students completed Act IV in class

    –Homework–USA test prep, complete questions and Drama map and:

    Write a 2 page (MLA Formatted) essay response to the following (YOU MUST include proper MLA citations–both in-text and bibliography–NO GRAVEYARD WORDS, and direct references to the textbook)–This is due Sunday night at 11:59 p.m to turnitin.com

    At the end of the play, Arthur Miller has Elizabeth Proctor staring after her husband as he is led away to the gallows.¬† “From outside a drum roll…and the drums rattle like bones in the morning air” (Miller 134). Write a two page response in which you argue the purpose as to why you think Arthur Miller ended the play this way.¬† You must provide direct evidence from the text to support your response.

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  • Benchmark
    All day
    2019.10.22

    Students took the County Unit 1 Benchmark

    –Homework–study for official unit 1 exam and work on completing USA test prep

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November