AP Language Calendar

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  • Progress Check
    All day
    2020.01.06

    Students took and completed the Collegeboard progress check #4

    –No Homework

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  • Rhetorical Terms
    All day
    2020.01.07

    Students took and completed the rhetorical terms post diagnostic

    –Homework–if you did not finish your introduction paragraph for the warm-up, please do so and bring it to class tomorrow

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  • multiple choice
    All day
    2020.01.08

    students began working on the AP MC post diagnostic

    students also received a letter outlining the novel they need to get

    –No Homework

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  • MC
    All day
    2020.01.09

    students completed the MC post diagnostic and were introduced to the Synthesis research project

    –Homework–create your 3 paragraph topic based on page one of the college board example and bring to class tomorrow

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  • Research
    All day
    2020.01.10

    Reviewed how to utilize databases for research and students received approvals for their topics and questions (if you did not, you need to do so before Tuesday)

    –Homework–begin working on research

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  • Research
    All day
    2020.01.14

    Students will be working on their Research Synthesis projects all week in the media center

    –Homework–work on research

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  • Research
    All day
    2020.01.16

    Students will be working on their Research Synthesis projects all week in the media center

    –Homework–work on research

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  • Research/novel
    All day
    2020.01.17

    Students will be working on their Research Synthesis projects all week in the media center –Students also received the novel The Awakening to begin reading along with information regarding the novel study

    –Homework–Complete research and synthesis essay and begin working on novel

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  • Douglass
    All day
    2020.01.21

    discussed notes over Realism, Naturalism, and Modernism

    –Homework–Read and annotate Douglass’s “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July” and check google classroom for instructions for writing exercise

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  • Notes
    All day
    2020.01.22

    completed discussion of the notes from yesterday and began discussion of Laws of Life essay

    –Homework–READ your Chopin novel and work on LoL rough drafts–bring to class tomorrow

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  • Truth, Stanton, Jacobs, and Harper
    All day
    2020.01.23

    students began reading and analyzing Truth’s two versions

    –Homework–read and annotate Truth, Stanton, Harper and Jacobs focusing on appeals, argument, language, structure, parody, pronoun usage, and anticipating responses to unspoken questions—-Bring all works and annotations to class tomorrow

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  • Truth, Stanton, Harper and Jacobs
    All day
    2020.01.24

    Students discussed and analyzed the above authors from last night’s reads.

    –Homework–

    The prompt for the timed write is scheduled to appear to you Monday, January 27, 2020 at 9:00 p.m. and it will end at 9:40 p.m.

    You will also need to print and complete a Socratic Questions packet (see website) over the two novels by Kate Chopin and Richard Wright by Tuesday, January 28, 2020. For each question created you MUST include both novels, for World connection you MUST use a recent event that did NOT take place in the United States. We will begin with the first group Tuesday, so be prepared!

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