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  • Cooper/Irving
    All day
    2018.11.01

    Students conducted an open discussion over the use of rhetoric from both Cooper and Irving (1st half) using the 4-corners method

    –Homework–USA test Prep and Scarlet Letter reading project

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  • Irving II
    All day
    2018.11.02

    Students will read the second half of “Legend of Sleepy Hallow” and analyze the language (both figurative and rhetorical) and write another one-page analysis for the second half of the story (identifying author’s voice, purpose, irony, theme, metaphors, similes, and syntax)–Remember that MLA formatting and Citations ARE REQUIRED

    –Homework–USA test Prep and Scarlet Letter reading project

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  • Dating Literature
    All day
    2018.11.05

    Students conducted a “Speed Dating” adventure with chapters 1-6 of the Scarlett Letter

    –Homework–work on Reading Journal and USA test prep

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  • Timed Write
    All day
    2018.11.07

    Students broke down a synthesis prompt and then wrote a timed synthesis write

    –Homework–Reading Journal and USA test prep

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  • Timed Write
    All day
    2018.11.12

    Students worked on a synthesis timed write

    –Homework–USA and Scarlet Letter—–Print Poe and Dickinson for Wednesday—Google classroom discussion

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  • Poe/Dickinson
    All day
    2018.11.14

    Students read and discussed and annotated Poe’s short story and Dickinson’s 3 poems with a focus on language, logical fallacy, misapplication, syllogism, and use of syntax

    –Homework–Scarlet Letter, USA, Google discussion, and complete any unfinished readings from class—Print remaining authors

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  • Poe/Dickinson/Durand
    All day
    2018.11.16

    Students completed the discussion of Poe and Dickinson and looked at visual analysis with Durand

    —Homework–Scarlet Letter, USA, Google discussion, and complete any unfinished readings from class—Print remaining authors

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  • Hawthorne
    All day
    2018.11.26

    Students read, discussed, and annotated the two Hawthorne short stories with a focus on didactic and author’s attitude as well as parable, supporting evidence, persuasion, and how the stories compare to the Scarlet Letter

    –Homework–Scarlet Letter, USA, Google discussion, and complete any unfinished readings from class—Print remaining authors

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  • Timed Write
    All day
    2018.11.28

    Students finished discussion Hawthorne and took a synthesis timed write

     

    –Homework–Scarlet Letter, USA, Google discussion, and complete any unfinished readings from class—Print remaining authors

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  • Alcott
    All day
    2018.11.30

    Students read/ analyzed/annotated Alcott’s short story focusing on author’s purpose, point-of-view, diction, and how details can change perspectives—students also wrote their own multiple choice stem questions based on the above reading

     

    –Homework–Scarlet Letter, USA, Google discussion, and complete any unfinished readings/work from class—Print remaining authors

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