English I
Remind

Cypress Bay Calendar
Block Day:
A=Gold B=Blue
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for agenda
Legend: EQ=Essential Question
SQ=Supporting Question
H=Handout
HW=Homework
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January
Essential Questions: How can something intangible impact my life? How do our differences make us similar?
Supporting Questions:How are we able to get past our differences to obtain a sense of belonging? How does writing make use an effective communicator?
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
  9
I. Warm Up
A. Sit at your laptop
B. Receive PSAT results
C. Receive Writer's Notebook.
II. Independent Work
A. Practice SAT through Khan
Academy
B. FSA practice-Reading
II. Homework
A. Read from page 73, in
Collections textbook or online:
"from Cairo: My City, Our
Revolution."
1. Remember to read the
margins. Take notes.
2. If you read online, annotate.
See here to recall how to
annotate->
Annotations.

B. Conduct research (Google)
about
a specific event in the
revolution
(Cairo only). Gather
information
from multiple sources
online and remember to
cite the
sources properly
,

See here for how to cite
properly->
How to Cite from an
online course.
What you do first is write about
the event based on your finding.
Paraphrase! You dod not need to
write more than a paragraph.
Copy some quotes, explain, then
give credit to your source. Find at
least three events, or three
sources. (15 points+6 points for
three citations, + four points for
legibility and clarity). 25 points
total
This is my favorite assistant for
writing a citation, use it!->
Knight Citation

C. Tutorials-> Level Up->
Analyzing Literature->
1.
Setting and Mood
2. Tone
3. Methods of Characterization
10
I. Warm Up
A. Sit at your laptop
B. Receive PSAT results
C. Receive Writer's Notebook.
II. Independent Work
A. Practice SAT through Khan
Academy
B. FSA practice-Reading
II. Homework
A. Read from page 73, in
Collections textbook or online:
"from Cairo: My City, Our
Revolution."
1. Remember to read the
margins. Take notes.
2. If you read online, annotate.
See here to recall how to
annotate->
Annotations.

B. Conduct research (Google)
about
a specific event in the
revolution
(Cairo only). Gather
information
from multiple sources
online and remember to
cite the
sources properly
,

See here for how to cite
properly->
How to Cite from an
online course.
What you do first is write about
the event based on your finding.
Paraphrase! You dod not need
to write more than a paragraph.
Copy some quotes, explain, then
give credit to your source. Find
at least three events, or three
sources. (15 points+6 points for
three citations, + four points for
legibility and clarity). 25 points
total.
This is my favorite assistant for
writing a citation, use it!->
Knight Citation

C. Tutorials-> Level Up->
Analyzing Literature->
1.
Setting and Mood
2. Tone
3. Methods of Characterization
11
I. Warm Up
A. Take your laptop,
headphones
B. Take out homework
C. Receive handout on
Martin Luther King, Jr.
"Drum Major."
II. Individual or Buddy Team
A. Answer the questions
from the worksheet in your
Writer's Notebook.
B. Check homework
III. Individual Work
A. Exit Ticket-Summarize
the reading while using at
least one sentence written  
in the format of Punctuation
Formula #3: A, B,
conjunction C.
12
I. Warm Up
A. Take your laptop,
headphones
B. Take out homework
C. Receive handout on Martin
Luther King, Jr. "Drum Major."
II. Individual or Buddy Team
A. Answer the questions from
the worksheet in your Writer's
Notebook.
B. Check homework
III. Individual Work
A. Exit Ticket-Summarize the
reading while using at least
one sentence written  in the
format of Punctuation Formula
#3: A, B, conjunction C.
15
Martin Luther King, Jr.