Saturday, September 10, 2016

STUDYPATH* September 12-16, 2016

D R A F T:  Check Sunday evening for updated information.
In-class assignments and class updates trump published blogs.


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

Monday September 12
Introduction to the Synthesis Paper (timed writing is scheduled Thursday)
Words High School Students Should Know (WHSSSK) Words 11-20 assigned and due Thursday
Analysis of the Logic of a Columnist assignment scheduled and due Friday on web site by 8:30 A.M. ("Worse than trigger warnings" by Meghan Daum--LA Times.Com/Opinion September 1 issue date) (POSTPONED TO MONDAY BY 8:30 A.M. ON TURNITIN.COM WEB SITE)
Glossary literary terms 1-10 test is scheduled in class
Minow paper rewrite is due this morning by 8:30 A.M. on web site
The Great Gatsby dialectical journals Chapters One-Three due Friday for class discussion; novels must be brought to class (hard copy only-not online)
Bedford Reader textbook is required in class for Daum's "Safe-Sex Lies" assignment (postponed from last week)

Tuesday September 13
Sources for Synthesis Paper introduced and reviewed in class (timed writing is scheduled Thursday)
Tone-Diction assignment is due tomorrow (Shakespeare's Macbeth and Wiesel's Night)
RFK multiple choice in-class assignment is scheduled (postponed from last week)

Wednesday September 14
Work in Five Steps to a Five continues in class
Sources for Synthesis Paper continues in class
Glossary literary terms 11-20 is scheduled (postponed from last week)

Thursday September 15
Timed writing is scheduled for the Synthesis Paper (governmental taking of property from one private owner to give to another to further economic development constitutes permissible "public use" under the Fifth Amendment

Friday September 16
The Great Gatsby dialectical journals for Chapters One-Three and novels must be brought for class discussion
Reminder:  Analysis of the Logic of a Columnist assignment (Meghan Daum) due Monday by 8:30 A.M. on web site
Check STUDYPATH over the weekend for next week's assignments and class information

Logical fallacies from Everything's An Argument