Sunday, January 19, 2014

STUDYPATH* January 20-24, 2014

In-class assignments and class updates trump published blogs.

The Lesson of Ups
Show Up, Keep Up, Speak Up, Measure Up

Today is Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and classes are not in session

Bedford Reader is required in class for literary terms and rhetorical devices
Water Cases are due in class for Periods Three and Six only
Dialectical journals for Chapters Six-Ten of Invisible Man are due Friday for class discussion; reading quiz one on the novel is scheduled Friday
Reading and writing assignments for Of Plymouth Plantation and "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" literature selections are due Monday; write a one-page summary of each
Access this link for Of Plymouth Plantation by William Bradford
Access this link for Jonathan Edwards' "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" 
Motif paper and themes for tracing motif in Invisible Man are discussed in class
Synthesis paper sources are reviewed for Thursday's in-class timed writing
Words High School Students Should Know (WHSSSK) assignment is scheduled

Writer's Choice assignment is due; textbook is required in class for additional research paper writing assignments; complete 7.1 Writing Activities on page 329 Skills Practice 1, 2 and 3; prompt topic for research paper will be discussed in class this week
Work in Five Steps to a Five continues in class
Synthesis paper sources are reviewed for tomorrow's in-class timed writing (continued from Tuesday)
Answers from diagnostic multiple choice from final exam in December are reviewed in class this week and next week
Vocabulary Workshop Unit Two activities are assigned

In-class timed writing is scheduled

Check STUDYPATH over the weekend for next week's assignments and class information
Class discussion and reading quiz for Chapters Six-Ten of Invisible Man is scheduled; dialectical journals are required in class
Junior Defense of Thesis computer bookmarks are reviewed in class
AP English Language and Composition Examination is scheduled for May 9; all students are required to have a College Board account for access to exam scores