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                                                                                   November 2017
 
Essential Questions: How can something intangible impact my life? How do our differences make us similar?
Secondary Questions: How are we able to get past our differences to obtain a sense of belonging? How does writing make use an effective communicator?
 
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
  30
I. Warm Up
A. Assign character parts.

II. Whole Class
A. Begin reading Act II aloud.

III. Whole Class
A. Give back student work.

IV. Homework
A. Review the play
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II. Warm Up
A. Give class instructions
1-small group-assign task.
2. handouts/homework
3. Take out headphones

II. Small Group Work
1. Log on to commonlit.org
a. Enter class code
b. Assign Edgar Allan Poe short story or poem
2. Small group becomes subject-matter expert on a selection
from Edgar Allan Poem or short story
3. Read and understand
a. Answer the comprehension check questions.
b. Discuss the selection with your peers.
c. Take notes.
d. Gather critical literary information: theme, symbols, figures
of speech
4. Prepare an Infograph for =>
-Title, author
-Plot-What happens? Setting (Where? When?)
Why? How?
-Characters Who?
-Main events What?
-Theme(s) and symbols
-Figures of Speech and Literary devices
III. Homework
A. All periods-"We Wear the Mask" poem annotation and
analysis (30 pts)
B. Review Acts I and II of Romeo and Juliet
B. Periods 6 and 8 only Exercise 1 and 6 for Romeo and Juliet
(10 and 12 pts respectively)
C. Short Story or poem assessment (online) at Commonlit.org
. If you were absent you need to have this assigned to you.
1.
I. Warm Up
A. Give class instructions
1-small group-assign task.
2. handouts/homework
3. Take out headphones

II. Small Group Work
1. Log on to commonlit.org
a. Enter class code
b. Assign Edgar Allan Poe short story or poem
2. Small group becomes subject-matter expert on a selection from
Edgar Allan Poem or short story
3. Read and understand
a. Answer the comprehension check questions.
b. Discuss the selection with your peers.
c. Take notes.
d. Gather critical literary information: theme, symbols, figures of
speech
4. Prepare an Infograph for =>
-Title, author
-Plot-What happens? Setting (Where? When?)
Why? How?
-Characters Who?
-Main events What?
-Theme(s) and symbols
-Figures of Speech and Literary devices
III. Homework
A. All periods-"We Wear the Mask" poem annotation and analysis (30
pts)
B. Review Acts I and II of Romeo and Juliet
B. Period 4 only: Exercise 1 and 6 for Romeo and Juliet (10 and 12
pts respectively)
C. Short Story or poem assessment (online) at Commonlit.org . If you
were absent you need to have this assigned to you.
2 Nov
I.
Warm Up
    A. Sit at your table
    B. Take out "We Wear the Mask"
    C. Periods 6 and 8 take out Romeo and Juliet
    Close Reading Exercises 1 and 6
II. Small Group
A. Ensure that you have the basic information and
elements for your given Edgar Allan Poe selection.
B. Transfer the information to Chart Paper
1. Check for spelling and accuracy.
C. Ensure assessment is complete (online)
III.
Whole Class
A. Presentations

IV.
Homework
A. Review Acts I and II of Romeo and Juliet.
B. Tutorial=> myhrw.com->Resources->Level Up Tutorial,
look for icon in the top-left corner.
1. Types of Literature=>
Drama
2. Analyzing Informational Texts=> Evidence
C. Periods 6 and 8 Only- go to mobymax.com
1. Sign in Contact me via Remind.com for your
Username and Password
2. Use code FL1001

A background on Edgar Allan Poe  <<<<<
3 Nov

I.
Warm Up
    A. Sit at your table
    B. Take out "We Wear the Mask"
    C. Periods 6 and 8 take out Romeo and Juliet
    Close Reading Exercises 1 and 6
II. Small Group
A. Ensure that you have the basic information and
elements for your given Edgar Allan Poe selection.
B. Transfer the information to Chart Paper
1. Check for spelling and accuracy.
C. Ensure assessment is complete (online)
III.
Whole Class
A. Presentations

IV.
Homework
A. Review Acts I and II of Romeo and Juliet.
B. Tutorial=> myhrw.com->Resources->Level Up
Tutorial, look for icon in the top-left corner.
1. Types of Literature=>
Drama
2. Analyzing Informational Texts=> Evidence
C. Period 4 Only- go to mobymax.com
1. Sign in Contact me via Remind.com for your
Username and Password
2. Use code FL1001

A background on Edgar Allan Poe   <<<<<
 
Daylight
Savings
6 Monday
I. Warm Up
A. Take out a loose-leaf paper and
Writer's Notebook.
B.
II. Individual Student
A. Romeo and Juliet Act I and II
B. Copy the words below in Writer's
Notebook

Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary 1
1. adversary    11. chide
2. ancient        12. civil
3. beloved       13. commend
4. blank verse 14. conceit
5. boisterous   15. conjure
6. bound         16. consent
7.brawl            17. consort
8. burden        18. counsel
9. canker         19. courtesy
10. cease        20. deny

III.
Whole Class
A. Read Romeo and Juliet Act III

IV.
Homework
A. Build a VIS
B. Review what was read in class
7 Tuesday
I. Warm Up
A. Take out a loose-leaf paper and Writer's
Notebook.
B.
II. Individual Student
A. Romeo and Juliet Act I and II
B. Copy the words below in Writer's Notebook

Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary 1
1. adversary    11. chide
2. ancient        12. civil
3. beloved       13. commend
4. blank verse 14. conceit
5. boisterous   15. conjure
6. bound         16. consent
7.brawl            17. consort
8. burden        18. counsel
9. canker         19. courtesy
10. cease        20. deny

III.
Whole Class
A. Read Romeo and Juliet Act III

IV.
Homework
A. Build a VIS
B. Review what was read in class
8 Wednesday
I. Warm Up
A. Take out WN
B. Prompt #6 My Name

What does my name mean? Who gave it to me? Where does my
last  name come from ? Does my last name represent me? Do I
feel like my name? Who else has my name? Am Iike that person
because I have that name? Does my name represent them?
II. Whole Class
A. Read from Romeo and Juliet Act III
1. Remember to read carefully for plot, setting (location,
environment, time, situation), point of view, conflict, theme,
characters(epithet), figures of speech (literary elements).
III. Homework
A. Find the definitions, part of speech, and write a complete
sentence for each of the words for the Vocabulary List.
B. Review Act III of
Romeo and Juliet
1. Analyze the scene assigned.
9 Thursday
I. Warm Up
A. Take out WN
B. Prompt #6 My Name

What does my name mean? Who gave it to me? Where does
my last  name come from ? Does my last name represent me?
Do I feel like my name? Who else has my name? Am Iike that
person because I have that name? Does my name represent
them?
II. Whole Class
A. Read from Romeo and Juliet Act III
1. Remember to read carefully for plot, setting (location,
environment, time, situation), point of view, conflict, theme,
characters(epithet), figures of speech (literary elements).
III. Homework
A. Find the definitions, part of speech, and write a complete
sentence for each of the words for the Vocabulary List.
B. Review Act III of
Romeo and Juliet
1. Analyze the scene assigned.
10 Friday.

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Veterans Day
 
  13 Monday
Objective:
To learn to identify and
understand the use of literary terms in Act
III of Romeo and Juliet.
I.
Warm Up
    A.  Prompt # 7 I Like/I Don't
    1. Create a list a T-Chart to
    record at least 15 things that
    you like or don't like.  
    2. Take out VIS-Collect
II. Small Group
    A. With your assigned group, work
    to identify and explain the literary
    devices used in your assigned
    scene of Act III. Your your Terms to
    Own and Writer's Inc. These
    element identifications and
    descriptions whould be in a chart in
    your Writer's Notebook. Individual
    grade. Also, use both textbooks and
    dictionary.
III. Homework
    A. Conclude your elements chart
    B. Level Up Tutorials:
     1. Analyzing Literature
> Plot Stages
>Plot Sequence of Events
>Elements of Drama
14 Tuesday
Objective:
To learn to identify and understand
the use of literary terms in Act III of Romeo and
Juliet.
I.
Warm Up
    A.  Prompt # 7 I Like/I Don't
    1. Create a list a T-Chart to record at
    least 15 things that you like or don't
    like.  
    2. Take out VIS-Collect
II. Small Group
    A. With your assigned group, work to identify
    and explain the literary devices used in your
    assigned scene of Act III. Your your Terms
    to Own and Writer's Inc. These element
    identifications and descriptions whould be in
    a chart in your Writer's Notebook. Individual
    grade. Also, use both textbooks and
    dictionary.
III. Homework
    A. Conclude your elements chart
    B. Level Up Tutorials:
     1. Analyzing Literature
> Plot Stages
>Plot Sequence of Events
>Elements of Drama
15 Wed
I. Warm Up
A. Prompt #8
As an Adult
What would you be like if you were an adult? Answer in WN
"If I were an adult..."
B. Take out
Romeo and Juliet (yellow book)
II. Whole Class
A. Act III Close Reader
B. Discuss Act III
IV. Homework
A. Handout ten questions for Act III and additional questions
    1. Due within two classes
    2. Tutorials from last class
    3. Review Act III
B.
    B. Level Up Tutorials:
     1. Analyzing Literature
> Plot Stages
>Plot Sequence of Events
>Elements of Drama
16 Thur
I. Warm Up
A. Prompt #8
As an Adult
What would you be like if you were an adult? Answer in WN
"If I were an adult..."
B. Take out
Romeo and Juliet (yellow book)
II. Whole Class
A. Act III Close Reader
B. Discuss Act III
IV. Homework
A. Handout ten questions for Act III and additional questions
    1. Due next class
    2. Tutorials from last class
    3. Review Act III
B.  Level Up Tutorials:
     1. Analyzing Literature
> Plot Stages
>Plot Sequence of Events
>Elements of Drama
17 Fri

Happy Friday!
I. Warm Up
A. Prompt #9 Zip Code
Using zip code from your address, write a blank
verse or rhyming poem with words that represent
each number.  For example:

School
3   At the Bay,
3   Where I study
3   and I play
3   mostly every day
2   until eighteen.

Use punctuation as required.
II Whole Class
A. Prompt #10 - RJ Movie -Watch
Romeo and Juliet
film while completing a T-Chart with at least ten items
that differ and tell why.
Create a T-Chart showing ten differences between
text and film.

III. Homework
A. Handout questions are due on Tuesday.
B.  Level Up Tutorials:
     1. Analyzing Literature
> Plot Stages
>Plot Sequence of Events
>Elements of Drama
 
  20. Monday

I. Warm Up
A. Prompt #9 Zip Code
Using zip code from your address, write a
blank verse or rhyming poem with words
that represent each number.  For example:

School
3   At the Bay,
3   Where I study
3   and I play
3   mostly every day
2   until eighteen.

Use punctuation as required.
B. Check
Romeo and Juliet Act III answers.
II Whole Class
A. Prompt #10 - RJ Movie -Watch
Romeo
and Juliet
film while completing a T-Chart
with at least ten items that differ and tell
why.
Create a T-Chart showing ten differences
between text and film.

III. Homework
A. Handout questions are due on Tuesday.
B.  Level Up Tutorials:
     1. Analyzing Literature
> Plot Stages
>Plot Sequence of Events
>Elements of Drama
21 Tuesday

I. Warm Up
A. Prompt #11 Military Veterans
Considering what you know about military
veterans, tell how you believe they should be
honored for what they sacrificed for our country.  Is
it necessary to have a holiday?  Are we celebrating
military veterans properly?

B. Take out
Romeo and Juliet answers.

II. Whole Class
A. Read from Act IV
. 1. What is fate?
2. What is free will?

    How do the ideas of having control over
    one's own life or being subjected to the
    ideas of a destiny based on one's
    circumstances explain the actions of Romeo
    and Juliet and their roles on the plot of this
    play.

Where are we in the scheme of the plot of the play?

B. If time allows, continue to watch film.

III. Homework
Level Up tutorials withing "Analyzing Literature."-
Don't forget to record in your Language Lot
1.  
Conflict
2. Suspense and Foreshadowing
3. Setting
4. Setting: Effect on Plot
22 Thanksgiving
23 Thanksgiving
24 Thanksgiving
 
  27 Monday

I. Warm Up
A. Prompt #11 Military Veterans
Considering what you know about military
veterans, tell how you believe they should
be honored for what they sacrificed for our
country.  Is it necessary to have a
holiday?  Are we celebrating military
veterans properly?

B. Take out
Romeo and Juliet answers.

II. Whole Class
A. Read from Act IV
. 1. What is fate?
2. What is free will?

    How do the ideas of having control
    over one's own life or being
    subjected to the ideas of a destiny
    based on one's circumstances
    explain the actions of Romeo and
    Juliet and their roles on the plot of
    this play.

Where are we in the scheme of the plot of
the play?

B. If time allows, continue to watch film.

III. Homework
Level Up tutorials within "Analyzing
Literature."-Don't forget to record in your
Language Lot
1.  
Conflict
2. Suspense and Foreshadowing
3. Setting
4. Setting: Effect on Plot
28 Tuesday
I. Warm Up
A. Prompt #12, Problems

    We all have them. How do you deal with your
    own problems about love, family, money,
    house, food, transportations, sports, or
    other necessities? Make sure to give
    examples and describe thoroughly to explain
    how you deal with day-to-day situations. How
    do you deal with the problems now and bring
    about solutions, so as not to repeat the
    same mistakes and to help others not to get
    you into problems?
  B. Watch the following video about Shakespeare.
(use your headphones or earbuds)>
Shakespeare
C. Then  go to USATESTPREP.com
You should have registered, if not, the code is on
the board. No talking during this time. You will have
two assignments due today.
D. Then, read Act V of
Romeo and Juliet online
making sure that you follow
characters' motivations
and the
parallel plotlines (see Plot)

III. Homework:
A.
Character Motivations
B. Theme
C. Universal and Recurring Themes

    Remember: Upon completion of the entire
    tutorial, please record the above titles in
    your Language Log.
29 Wednesday

I. Warm Up
A. Prompt #12, Problems

    We all have them. How do you deal with your own
    problems about love, family, money, house, food,
    transportations, sports, or other necessities? Make sure to
    give examples and describe thoroughly to explain how you
    deal with day-to-day situations. How do you deal with the
    problems now and bring about solutions, so as not to
    repeat the same mistakes and to help others not to get
    you into problems?
  B. Watch the following video about Shakespeare. (use your
headphones or earbuds)>
Shakespeare
C. Then  go to USATESTPREP.com
You should have registered, if not, the code is on the board. No
talking during this time. You will have two assignments due today.
D. Then, read Act V of
Romeo and Juliet online making sure that
you follow
characters' motivations and the parallel plotlines (see
Plot)

III. Homework:
A.
Character Motivations
B. Theme
C. Universal and Recurring Themes

    Remember: Upon completion of the entire tutorial, please
    record the above titles in your Language Log.
30 Thursday

I. Warm Up

A.Prompt #13 Love
"In real love you want the other person's good. In romantic
love, you want the other person."
                                          - Margaret Anderson

Explain the above quote in regards to Romeo and Juliet.
What do you also believe to be true?

II.
Whole Class
A. Conclude reading Romeo and Juliet.
B. Conclude watching the film Romeo and Juliet .  

III.
Homework
A. Review the play on your own using Collections textbook
and online at myHRW.com.
1. Make sure you visit the link for
Romeo and Juliet above
B. Studey the vocabulary words using the
online resources
above.
1 December

I. Warm Up

A.Prompt #13 Love
"In real love you want the other person's good. In
romantic love, you want the other person."
                                          - Margaret Anderson

Explain the above quote in regards to Romeo and
Juliet. What do you also believe to be true?

II.
Whole Class
A. Conclude reading Romeo and Juliet.
B. Conclude watching the film Romeo and Juliet .  

III.
Homework
A. Review the play on your own using Collections
textbook and online at myHRW.com.
1. Make sure you visit the link for
Romeo and Juliet
above
B. Studey the vocabulary words using the
online
resources above.
 
  4 Monday
I. Warm Up
A. Take a book, take out WN
B. Prompt #14-Imagine
What situations do you day-dream about
that make you feel better about yourself
and the world? Give details about what you
imagine.
C. Sociogram handout
D. Take out two loose -leaf pages.

II. Individual Work
A. Complete a
plot scheme for Romeo and
Juliet (30 points)_Due Monday
B. Create a sociogram for Romeo and
Juliet draft (50 pts) _Due Monday
5 Tuesday

I. Warm Up
A. Take a book, take out WN
B. Prompt #14-Imagine
What situations do you day-dream about that
make you feel better about yourself and the world?
Give details about what you imagine.
C. Sociogram handout
D. Take out two loose -leaf pages.

II. Individual Work
A. Complete a
plot scheme for Romeo and Juliet
(30 points)_Due Monday
B. Create a sociogram for Romeo and Juliet draft
(50 pts) _Due Monday
6 Wendesday
Vocabulary Test
Continuation of USATESTPREP


How do we experience love and the conflicts surrounding it?
7 Thursday
Vocabulary Test
Continuation of USATESTPREP
8 Friday Romeo and Juliet Test

Plot Scheme Due

Romeo and Juliet Sociogram due
 
Legend: EQ=Essential Question
SQ=Supporting Question
H=Handout
HW=Homework
ESOL Strategies/ ESOL Strategies
Strategies Matrix in website
The Standards The hghlighted
standards are the extremely important
ones addressed in my class.
  11 Monday

Romeo and Juliet test
Turn in Plot Scheme
Turn in Sociogram
Ensure USATESTPREP is complete:
One prep and one test.
12 Tuesday
Conclude the study of
Romeo and Juliet
Connect Romeo and
Juliet to other texts and
life.
Begin reading My
Shakespeare
I. Warm Up
A. Take out Writer's
Notebook
B. Receive Crossword
Puzzle on Romeo and
Juliet

II. Whole Class
A. Read My
Shakespeare
III. Buddy Team
A. Read poem again
B. Annotate by
1. Paraprasing
2. Identifying literary
devices
3. Recognizing form
4. Translating and
defining
C. Answer questions for
My Shakespeare in WN
1. Make sure that you:
a. DO NOT copy the
question
b.Restate the question
c. Answer the question
d. Use evidence and
explain
e. Check for spelling
and punctuation

IV Homework
A. Anything that is not
completed in class
B. All due on Friday
13 Wednesday
Conclude the study of
Romeo and Juliet
Connect Romeo and
Juliet to other texts and
life.
Begin reading My
Shakespeare
I. Warm Up
A. Take out Writer's
Notebook
B. Receive Crossword
Puzzle on Romeo and
Juliet

II. Whole Class
A. Read My
Shakespeare
III. Buddy Team
A. Read poem again
B. Annotate by
1. Paraprasing
2. Identifying literary
devices
3. Recognizing form
4. Translating and
defining
C. Answer questions
for My Shakespeare in
WN
1. Make sure that you:
a. DO NOT copy the
question
b.Restate the question
c. Answer the question
d. Use evidence and
explain
e. Check for spelling
and punctuation

IV Homework
A. Anything that is not
completed in class
B. All due on Friday
14 Thursday
I.
Warm Up
A. Prompt #15 -Mask
    When are we forced to wear a mask? What "masks"
    do you wear in your life? Are there ever times when
    you feel you have to act one way but you feel the
    exact oppposite way inside? Why do you think that
    masks need to be worn? Explain your answer in a
    short paragraph and use details to support your
    claim. Remember to follow the Rubric.

Writer's Notebooks are due on Monday. <<<


II. Whole Class
A. Watch video below (2:43)
My Shakespeare
B. Crossword answers
B. Short video of an imaginary Will  from TNT
C.
Pyramus and Thisbe Handout
D.
Duty pages 289-296

III.
Homework
A. Writer's Notebook due
on Tuesday
B. Read
Duty
C. Study for MidTerm
D. Review will be posted tomorrow.
E.  
Myths, Legends and Tales Tutorial