AP Language Calendar

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  • 1st Day of School
    All day
    2019.08.05

    Students will read and discuss the Code of Conduct Handbook

    –Homework–Check website and print out syllabus and the first set of documents on the handouts tab.  Put the other documents in your binder under the appropriate tab and bring to class Friday, 08/09/19.

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  • Syllabus
    All day
    2019.08.06

    Discussed the website and began discussion over the syllabus

    –Homework–get syllabus signed (paper and electronic), get materials for class, and print out information from the handouts tab

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  • 11th Grade Meeting
    All day
    2019.08.07

    Students left right after the warm-up to attend the 11th grade meeting

    –Homework–Get syllabus signed (both versions) and print all handouts to bring in on Friday in your organized binder with supplies

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  • sign-up
    All day
    2019.08.08

    students signed up for turnitin.com and google classroom and AP central -AP Language college board class

    –Homework–Friday is the deadline to submit both versions of the syllabus for full credit and to bring in your ready made binders and supplies

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  • diagnostic
    All day
    2019.08.09

    students took the rhetorical terms diagnostic

     

    –Homework–work on summer reading assignment

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  • Diagnostic
    All day
    2019.08.12

    students took the AP multiple choice diagnostic

    –Homework–work on summer reading assignment

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  • Diagnostic
    All day
    2019.08.13

    Students worked on AP Rhetorical Analysis Essay writing diagnostic

     

    –Homework–work on summer reading assignment

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  • Synthesis
    All day
    2019.08.14

    Students took a Synthesis writing diagnostic

    –Homework– work on summer reading

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  • Argument
    All day
    2019.08.15

    students took an argument writing diagnostic

    –Homework–work on summer reading

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  • Essay Rubrics
    All day
    2019.08.16

    students took notes over the AP Lang rhetorical analysis rubrics and discussed how to formulate a proper thesis statement

    –Homework–summer reading and Print and Annotate the chapter on Rhetorical analysis (see handouts tab)—Bring to class Monday and be prepared to Discuss

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  • Rhetoric
    All day
    2019.08.19

    Began discussion over the chapter on Rhetorical Analysis that students were to print and annotate over the weekend

    –Homework–complete the assignment from this weekend and bring to class tomorrow, work on the assigned USA Test Prep, and complete summer reading

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  • Notes
    All day
    2019.08.20

    Students began taking Cornell notes over Native American Myths and Legends

    –Homework–complete annotations over RA chapter—USA Test prep —-Complete summer reading

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  • Notes
    All day
    2019.08.21

    Students completed notes over Native American myths and legends…. read through a trickster tale with sister rabbit

    –Homework– USA test prep and summer reading

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  • Notes
    All day
    2019.08.22

    Students began notes over Puritanism

    –Homework–Work on summer reading and USA test prep

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  • Notes
    All day
    2019.08.23

    Students continued taking notes over Puritianism and Colonialism

    –Homework–USA test prep and summer reading

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  • Notes
    All day
    2019.08.26

    students almost completed the notes on Colonialism

    –Homework–USA test prep and Summer reading

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  • Guest Speaker
    All day
    2019.08.27

    Today, there was a surprise guest speaker who spoke about education, college, and test scores

    –Homework–USA test prep and complete summer reading (due Friday, Aug 30th –No Exceptions or Late Work allowed)

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  • Iroquois
    All day
    2019.08.28

    Students began reading/analyzing/annotating the Iroquois League “The Constitution of the Five Nations” focusing on language development, different forms of rhetoric, and author’s purpose

    –Homework–complete the reading and annotating of the above piece–be prepared to discuss in class—-USA test prep—-Summer reading (due in class on Friday)

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  • Smith
    All day
    2019.08.29

    students finished discussing the Iroquois piece and began reading/analyzing/annotating John Smith’s “The Journal of John Smith” focusing on purpose, rhetoric, hyperbole, language development and POV

    –Homework–complete Summer reading (due in class tomorrow) and USA test prep

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  • Smith
    All day
    2019.08.30

    Students continued the analysis and annotation of John Smith

    Students turned in their summer reading annotations

    –Homework–complete annotations for John Smith, USA test prep

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