January
Honors: Periods 3, 4, and 8                       A-Day=Yellow         B-Day=Blue
Standards:  Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text shows explicitly. Determine two or more themes (central ideas) of a text and analyze
Essential Questions: How do I become an effective communicator? How do our differences make us similar?
    How are we able to get past our differences to obtain a sense of belonging?
    What are the primary elements of an argumentative essay?
    How can something intangible impact my life?                                                    
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Standards:   What are we doing?
-Cite strong and through textual evidence to
support analysis of what the text shows
explicitly
-Determine two or more themes (central ideas)
of a text and analyze their development over
the course of the text.
-Analyze how an author's choices concerning
how to structure specific parts of the text
contribute to its overall structure and meaning,
as wells its aesthetic impact.

Objectives: Why?


Examples of Annotation:
Why Annotate?
Annotation Guide
How To Annotate
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Teacher Planning
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I. Warm Up
1. Give back student notebooks
2. Prompt #1 Dreams
What do you mostly daydream about? Are these
dreams like your hopes? What do you hope for
your future?

a. While responding,
use PF #1 at least once.
Highlight this sentence on your page. Use LB, S

II. Whole Class
A. Receive handouts:
1) Vocabulary Improvement Sample
2) Vocabulary Instructions
B. Copy vocabulary words list #1
adversary    chide
ancient         civil
blank verse  commend
beloved        conjure
boisterous    conceit
bound           consent
brawl             consort
burden          counsel
canker          courtesy
cease            deny

C. Review Class Policies and Rules
III. Independent Work
A. Get laptop access
B. From you Single-Sign on, go to myHrw.com,
then to Florida
Collections Grade 9 and then
Resources. Click on Word Sharp Vocabulary
Tutor, then click on the right. Begin with the
Diagnostic and move on to complete all of the
13 tutorials (log title for each tutorial in the back
of your WN):
Title  Date

IV. Whole Class
A. Read from
Collections 9, page 46, "I Have a
Dream."

IV.
Homework:
1) VIS on a loose-leaf page (one page back and
forth) due Monday (100 points)
a. Follow all instructions!
2) Thought Card due Thursday (10 points)
3) Anything not completed in class-Reading
Diagnostic ( for points) on Thursday.
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I. Warm Up
1. Give back student notebooks
2. Prompt #1 Dreams
What do you mostly daydream about? Are these
dreams like your hopes? What do you hope for
your future?

a. While responding,
use PF #1 at least once.
Highlight this sentence on your page. Use LB, S

II. Whole Class
A. Receive handouts:
1) Vocabulary Improvement Sample
2) Vocabulary Instructions
B. Copy vocabulary words list #1
adversary    chide
ancient         civil
blank verse  commend
beloved        conjure
boisterous    conceit
bound           consent
brawl             consort
burden          counsel
canker          courtesy
cease            deny

C. Review Class Policies and Rules
III. Independent Work
A. Get laptop access
B. From you Single-Sign on, go to myHrw.com,
then to Florida
Collections Grade 9 and then
Resources. Click on Word Sharp Vocabulary
Tutor, then click on the right. Begin with the
Diagnostic and move on to complete all of the 13
tutorials (log title for each tutorial in the back of
your WN):
Title  Date

IV. Whole Class
A. Read from
Collections 9, page 46, "I Have a
Dream."

IV.
Homework:
1) VIS on a loose-leaf page (one page back and
forth) due Monday (100 points)
a. Follow all instructions!
2) Thought Card due Thursday (10 points)
3) Anything not completed in class-Reading
Diagnostic ( for points) on Thursday.
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I. Warm Up
A. Take out Thought Card
B. Get laptop and earphones
II. Individual Work
A. Reading diagnostic test
III. Whole Class
A. Read "I Have a Dream"
1. I Have a Dream worksheet (22 points)
IV. Individual Work
A. Complete worksheet for vocabulary in speech.
V. Homework
A.VIS on a loose-leaf page (one page back and forth) due
Monday (100 points)
1. Follow all instructions!

B. Anything not completed in class-Reading Diagnostic on
Thursday.
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I. Warm Up
A. Take out Thought Card
B. Get laptop and earphones
II. Individual Work
A. Reading diagnostic test
III. Whole Class
A. Read "I Have a Dream"
1. I Have a Dream worksheet (22 points)
IV. Individual Work
A. Complete worksheet for vocabulary in speech.
V. Homework
A.VIS on a loose-leaf page (one page back and forth) due Monday (100
points)
1. Follow all instructions!

B. Anything not completed in class-Reading Diagnostic on Thursday.
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I. Warm Up
A. Take out VIS
B. Take out "I Have a Dream"
worksheet.
II. Whole Class
A. Review "I Have a Dream"
III. Whole Class
A.
Romeo and Juliet movie
IV. Homework
A. 2nd Reading of "I Have a Dream"
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I. Warm Up
A. Take out VIS
B. Take out "I Have a Dream" worksheet.
II. Whole Class
A. Review "I Have a Dream"
III. Whole Class
A.
Romeo and Juliet movie
IV. Homework
A. 2nd Reading of "I Have a Dream
"
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I. Warm Up
A. Take a Scantron
B. Take out "I Have a Dream" 2nd Reading
II. Whole Class
A. Review Reading FSA

III. Individual Student
A. Reading Test
B. Take Laptop
C. Commonlit.org

6th- Period The Wave-Naviance
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I. Warm Up
A. Take a Scantron
B. Take out "I Have a Dream" 2nd Reading
II. Whole Class
A. Review Reading FSA

III. Individual Student
A. Reading Test
B. Take Laptop
C. Commonlit.org
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I. Warm Up
A. Sit anywhere
B. Receive FSA Reading handout for review

II. Whole Class
A. Review FSA Reading test
B. Active vs. Passive Voice
C. High vs. Low Voice

III. Small Group
A. Voices activity

IV. Homework
A. Commonlit.org on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Answer all multiple choice questions and short response questions (using
RACES).
  No School-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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I. Warm Up
A. Sit anywhere
B. Receive FSA Reading handout for review

II. Whole Class
A. Review FSA Reading test
B. Active vs. Passive Voice
C. High vs. Low Voice

III. Small Group
A. Voices activity

IV. Homework
A. Commonlit.org on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Answer all multiple choice questions and short
response questions (using RACES).
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I. Warm Up
A. Sit where you will not talk
B. Take out WN
II. Whole Class
A. Give out PSAT results
1. Ensure that you have registered with
collegeboard.org
2. Connect with Khan Academy (from single
sign-on) to Collegeboard
B. Watch
Romeo and Juliet movie
III. Individual Student
A. Prompt #2 Movie/Play
1. Create a T-Chart to compare 10 details
between both movie and play.
IV. Homework
A. Commonlit.org  "Letter from Birmingham Jail"
1. Answer multiple choice and short response
questions
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I. Warm Up
A. Sit where you will not talk
B. Take out WN
II. Whole Class
A. Give out PSAT results
1. Ensure that you have registered with collegeboard.org
2. Connect with Khan Academy (from single sign-on) to
Collegeboard
B. Watch
Romeo and Juliet movie
III. Individual Student
A. Prompt #2 Movie/Play
1. Create a T-Chart to compare 10 details between both
movie and play.
IV. Homework
A. Commonlit.org "Letter from Birmingham Jail"
1. Answer multiple choice and short response questions
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I. Warm Up
A. Receive handout for "I Have a Dream" 3rd Reading
B. Sit where you will work.
C. Take out Writer's Notebook,
Collections, page 47
D. Respond to Prompt #3  My Description:
1. Using ten words, describe yourself

II. Small Group
A. In your WN, answer the questions from handout.
1. Follow directions
2. Due today.
a. Only restate and answer the question. No need to include evidence or
elaborat, but proofread for spelling and punctuation errors.
3. Collaborate with your group.

Homework
Level Up Tutorial:
1.
Reading Skills->Paraphrasing
2. Reading Skills>Making Inferences

Record these two titles in the back of your WN in the Language Log.
Business Letter -
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I. Warm Up
A. Receive handout for "I Have a
Dream" 3rd Reading
B. Sit where you will work.
C. Take out Writer's Notebook,
Collections, page 47
D. Respond to Prompt #3  My
Description:
1. Using ten words, describe yourself

II. Small Group
A. In your WN, answer the questions
from handout.
1. Follow directions
2. Due today.
a. Only restate and answer the question.
No need to include evidence or elaborat,
but proofread for spelling and
punctuation errors.
3. Collaborate with your group.

Homework
Level Up Tutorial:
1.
Reading Skills->Paraphrasing
2. Reading Skills>Making Inferences

Record these two titles in the back of
your WN in the Language Log.
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I. Warm Up
A. Take out WN,
Collections, page 47
II. Whole Class
A. "I Have a Dream," deeper look.
1. Figures of speech
B. "
My Shakespeare," Kate Tempest, page 174
III. Small Group
1. Create a chart in your WN to show literary
devices (dissect)
2. Answer questions 1-3 in WN, page 176, use
RACES
IV. Homework
A. Anything not completed in class due next
class
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I. Warm Up
A. Take out WN,
Collections, page 47
II. Whole Class
A. "I Have a Dream," deeper look.
1. Figures of speech
B.
"My Shakespeare," Kate Tempest, page 174
III. Small Group
1. Create a chart in your WN to show literary
devices (dissect)
2. Answer questions 1-3 in WN, page 176, use
RACES
IV. Homework
A. Anything not completed in class due next class
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I. Warm Up
A. Pop quiz 15 min
B. Take out
Collections, page 27
II. Whole Class
A. Read "Gettysburg Address"
B. Introduce SOAPSTone
II. Small Group (Dyads)
A. Analyze Primary Source/Speech using SOAPSTone
in WN
III.
Figures of Speech
Elements of Poetry
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I. Warm Up
A. Pop quiz 15 min
B. Take out
Collections, page 27
II. Whole Class
A. Read "Gettysburg Address"
B. Introduce SOAPSTone
II. Small Group (Dyads)
A. Analyze Primary Source/Speech using SOAPSTone
in WN
III. Homework
A. View the following tutorials in Level-Up Tutorials:
  1. Figures of Speech
  2. Elements of Poetry
  3. Primary and Secondary Sources
a. Make sure you record in Language Log
So many absences today!