EQ:  Why is it important for someone to express their feelings? Is liberty and justice attainable for all? Among others, what turning points determine our individual pathways to adulthood? When is it
appropriate to challenge the beliefs or values of society? How can we creatively produce positive change?
April
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
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I. Warm Up
A. Take out "Caged Bird"
and TPCASTT.
II. Whole Class
A. Review TPCASTT
B. Discuss poem
III. Individual Student
A. Conduct TPCASTT for
"My Papa's Waltz"
B. Turn in Caged Bird
analysis
III. Homework
A. Create an Imagist poem
(100 pts), due Wednesday.
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I. Warm Up
A. Take out "Caged Bird" and TPCASTT.
II. Whole Class
A. Review TPCASTT
B. Discuss poem
III. Individual Student
A. Conduct TPCASTT for "My Papa's Waltz"
B. Turn in Caged Bird analysis
III. Homework
A. Create an Imagist poem (100 pts), due Thursday.
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Tutorial:
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Poetry
-Imagery
-Figurative Language
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Tutorial:
-
Poetry
-Imagery
-Figurative Language
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I.
Warm Up
A. Prompt #11 What are some
expectations that people have of you?
In as much detail as possible, describe
these expectations.
a. Who expects of me?
b. What kinds of things are expected of
me?
c. What do I expect of myself?
B.
Log into Canvas. You will follow
these links for individual study:
II.
Independent Study (use earbuds)
A.
Birds
B. The Scarlet Ibis with Audio
using this   Graphic Organizer
C. Also, use this to begin vocabulary
study
D. For fun, see this:
What's Real?
When you are done, you can go here
to study more word choice:
Word Choice
Practice for FSA see button above on
top of the page.
III.
Homework
A. Anything not finished in class due
Wednesday. :-)
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I.
Warm Up
A. Prompt #11 What are
some expectations that
people have of you? In as
much detail as possible,
describe these
expectations.
a. Who expects of me?
b. What kinds of things are
expected of me?
c. What do I expect of
myself?
B.
Log into Canvas. You
will follow these links for
individual study:
II.
Independent Study (use
earbuds)
A.
Birds
B. The Scarlet Ibis with
Audio
using this   Graphic
Organizer
C. Also, use this to begin
vocabulary study
D. For fun, see this:
What's Real?
When you are done, you
can go here to study more
word choice:
Word Choice
Practice for FSA see
button above on top of the
page.
III.
Homework
A. Anything not finished in
class due Wednesday. :-)
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I. Warm Up
A. Take laptop
II. Individual Work
A. Write three questions on "The Scarlet Ibis"
B. Answer other three questions.
C. Practice FSA using USATESTPREP
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I. Warm Up
A. Take laptop
II. Individual Work
A. Write three questions on
"The Scarlet Ibis"
B. Answer other three
questions.
C. Practice FSA using
USATESTPREP
12 Report Cards

I. . Warm Up
A. Receive Harper Lee Bio
B. Receive
To Kill a Mockingbir
C. Take out WN, respond to
Prompt #12 TKAM
Pre-Reading-see handout
D. Pre-Reading Survey
II. Whole Class
A. Read Harper Lee Bio
B. Give Reading Schedule
5-points to put novel in a ziplock
bag
10-points to buy own novel
(Honors only for next book
check)
C. Copy Vocab words
1. abominable
2. amiable
3. apothecary
4. assuaged
5. auspicious
6.contentious
7. dispensation
8. expansively
9. fractious
10. indegenous
D. Read from
To Kill a
Mockingbird (TKAM)
III. Homework
A. Create a text/me chart for
each of the first three chapters
of TKAM. Text/Me should be
one page front/back (20 pts
each chapter) in WN.
B. Complete a
VIS for the words
above. Ten words per side of
paper on a landscape view.





C. Write a summary for each
chapter using Punctuation
Formula LB, S at least once.
Example: "Since you are a good
student, you will write a
paragraph that tells the story."
D. Bring novel to class every day
Word
POS
Definition
Sentence
       
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I. . Warm Up
A. Receive Harper Lee Bio
B. Receive
To Kill a Mockingbir
C. Take out WN, respond to
Prompt #12 TKAM
Pre-Reading-see handout
D. Pre-Reading Survey
II. Whole Class
A. Read Harper Lee Bio
B. Give Reading Schedule
5-points to put novel in a ziplock
bag
10-points to buy own novel
(Honors only for next book
check)
C. Copy Vocab words
1. abominable
2. amiable
3. apothecary
4. assuaged
5. auspicious
6.contentious
7. dispensation
8. expansively
9. fractious
10. indegenous
D. Read from
To Kill a
Mockingbird (TKAM)
III. Homework
A. Create a text/me chart for
each of the chapters of the first
three chapters of TKAM.
Text/Me should be one page
front/back (20 pts each chapter)
in WN.
B. Complete a VIS for the words
above. Ten words per side of
paper on a landscape view.





C. Write a summary for each
chapter using Punctuation
Formula LB, S at least once.
Example: "Since you are a good
student, you will write a
paragraph that tells the story."
D. Bring novel to class everyday
Word
POS
Definition
Sentence
       
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Read from TKAM
Review FSA
Check homework :VIS
HW= On the other side of
your VIS include the
following words:
11.        malevolent
12.        mortification
13.        persevere
14.        piety
15.        sojourn
16.        tranquility
17.        tyranny
18.        unsullied
19.        vexation
20.        wallow
17 FSA Testing
18   FSA Testing
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I. Warm Up
A. Take out WN, novel
B. Respond to Prompt #13
Society
"How does society shape and
influence individuals?"
C. Take out homework to check (VIS
and/or Text/Me Chart)
II. Whole Class
A. Review of chapters 1-3 of TKAM
B. Character List
C. Concept Attainment
D. Discuss Influence of society upon
individual
E. Read from Ch. 4 for Pd. 7
F. Read from Horton Foote's TKAM
III. Homework
A. Follow the Reading Schedule for
To Kill a Mockingbird
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I. Warm Up
A. Take out WN, novel
B. Respond to Prompt #13
Society
"How does society shape and influence
individuals?"
C. Take out homework to check (VIS
and/or Text/Me Chart)
II. Whole Class
A. Review of chapters 1-3 of TKAM
B. Character List
C. Concept Attainment
D. Discuss Influence of society upon
individual
E. Read from Ch. 4 for Pd. 7
F. Read from Horton Foote's TKAM
III. Homework
A. Follow the Reading Schedule for
To
Kill a Mockingbird
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Review Setting and Mood
for TKAM. Describe the
Setting and Mood in the
first three chapters.
(Prompt 14)
Collect VIS
Review Ch. 4,5,6
HW= Review
Vocabulary
for TKAM
Start Practicing
Period 1
Period 3
Period 4
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I. Warm Up
A. Take out WN
B. Respond to prompt #14
    Setting and Mood in TKAM (Describe the Setting and Mood
    in the first three chapters).
1. How does setting affect the plot of a story?
2. What is mood in a story? How does a reader know what mood
is?
3. At the end of the movie clip, describe in detail the setting and
mood in TKAM.
II. Whole Class
A. Watch TKAM
B. Read from TKAM
III. Homework
A. Review Chapters
B. Study
Vocabulary for TKAM
C. Read Ch. 9 and 10 Follow the schedule, write 5 questions for
each of the chapters.
Period 6
Period 7
Period 8
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I. Warm Up
A. Take out WN, novel
B. Respond to prompt #15
Breathing
"Until I feared I would lose it, I
never loved to read. One
does not love beathing "
(page 23).
Make sure you apply this
idea to yourself. Make sure
you refer to the text.
II. Whole Class
A. Watch TKAM movie
(except period 4)
III. Homework
A. Review chapters 1-8 from
TKAM
B. Read Ch. 9 and 10
C. Write 5 questions for each
of the chapters using the
Bloom"s Taxonomy
worksheet as a guide.
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Testing Math
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Testing Science
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Testing History and Biology
Catch up with your reading!
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