October 2017
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
1
2
I. Warm Up
A. Receive packet
B. Sit at assigned laptop
II. Individual Work
A. Student will mark up
packet and answer
questions in margins
B. Student will prepare to
write an argumentative essay
3
I. Warm Up
A. Receive packet
B. Sit at assigned laptop
II. Individual Work
A. Student will mark up packet and answer questions in margins
B. Student will prepare to write an argumentative essay
4
I. Warm Up
A. Receive packets
B. Log on to computers
II. Individual Work
A. Students will begin to write essay in either Google Drive
(preferably) or microsoft One Drive
and send to celrey3@gmail.com
5
I. Warm Up
A. Receive packets
B. Log on to computers
II. Individual Work
A. Students will begin to write essay in either Google Drive (preferably) or
microsoft One Drive
and send to celrey3@gmail.com
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I. Warm Up
A. Receive packets
B. Log on to computers
II. Individual Work
A. Students will begin to
write essay in either
Google Drive (preferably)
or microsoft One Drive
and send to
celrey3@gmail.com
 
  I. Warm Up
A. Sit at your laptop
B. Log on and go to your
essay.
C. Receive essay packet
II. Individual Work
A. Conclude writing the
essay and send to
celrey3@gmail.com
B. Turn in the essay packet
III. Whole Class
A. "
Night Calls."
IV. Homework
A. Be ready for PSAT
B.Test on Tuesday for
Writing and Revising and
Conventions:  
1. Revising for Word Choice
2. Using Transitions 3.
Revising at the Sentence
Level, to Add Supporting
Details, for Unity,
Coherence and
Organization 4. Verbs 5.
Adverbs 6. Nouns  

Period 7 Only: Answer
questions 1-6 in WN from
page 30 of
Collections.
Follow the requirements.

(for the link above
remember to click on the top
left to pull down on the
menu)
I. Warm Up
A. Sit at your laptop
B. Log on and go to your essay.
C. Receive essay packet
II. Whole Class
A. "
Night Calls."
B. The Gettysburg Address
C. Prompt #4 A Place at the Table
1 . Students take notes on the testimonies and stories that
eight teenagers give relating to the foundation of our nation.
2. This is worth double the points of a regular entry in the
Writer's Notebook.
3. As you watch and listen, consider the following:
a. What does the phrase "The American Dream" mean to you?
b. What, if anything, do you know about your family history?
How important is this history?
c. What challenges still face our nation in the area of civil
rights?
IV. Homework
A. In WN, answer questions 1-6 from page 30 of Collections.
1. Remember the requirements for answering questions.
B. Be ready for PSAT
C.Test on Friday for
Writing and Revising and
Conventions:  
1. Revising for Word Choice 2. Using Transitions 3. Revising at
the Sentence Level, to Add Supporting Details, for Unity,
Coherence and Organization
4. Verbs
5. Adverbs
6. Nouns

(for the link above remember to click on the top left to pull
down on the menu)
PSAT
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The Gettysburg Address and Understanding Parallelism and Repetition. How
word choice makes the message clearer.
Check Homework
Go to Word Sharp Vocabulary Tutor>View Tutorial for this grade
level>Word Structure> Prefixes, then>Roots, then>Greek Anglo Saxon, then>
Suffixes
https://my.hrw.com/la_2010/na_lit/student/ebook_gr9/wordsharp/index.html
Document all this in Language Log in the back of your Writer's Notebook
Receive handout on Greek and Latin Roots
Then go to
https://my.hrw.com/la_2010/na_lit/nsmedia/levelup/lit412/shell.html
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I.
Warm Up
A. Students will take a test
on language and writing
that is based on the
assigned tutorials from last
week. Link was also shown
on Monday and Tuesday.
II.
Individual Student
A. Respond to a
35-question test.
III.
Homework
A. Define Terms to Own
in Writer's Notebook using
Writer's Inc and/or
Collections
 
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I.
Warm Up
A. Students will take a test
on language and writing that
is based on the assigned
tutorials from last week. Link
was also shown on Monday
and Tuesday.
II.
Individual Student
A. Respond to a
35-question test.
III.
Homework
A. Define Terms to Own in
Writer's Notebook using
Writer's Inc and/or
Collections.
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I. Warm Up
A. Take out WN
B. Prompt #4,
A Place at the Table Period 1 Only
C. Check Homework
D. Receive Greek and Latin Roots
I. Individual Work
    A. Go to Word Sharp Vocabulary Tutor>View Tutorial for
    this grade
    level>Word Structure> Prefixes, then>Roots,
    then>Greek Anglo Saxon, then>
    Suffixes
https://my.hrw.
com/la_2010/na_lit/student/ebook_gr9/wordsharp/index.html
B. Document all this in Language Log in the back of your
Writer's Notebook
C. Then go to
https://my.hrw.com/la_2010/na_lit/nsmedia/levelup/lit412/shell.
html
IV. Homework
    A. None
New Essential Question: How can something intangible impact
my life? How can I have something that cannot be owned?
I. Warm Up
    A. Sit at your laptop
    B. Take out WN
    C. Take out earbuds.
II. Individual Work
    A. Prompt #5, What Is Love?
    B. Check homework Gettysburg Address, page 30 and
    Terms to Own.
    C. Read "from Love's Vocabulary," by Diane Ackerman,
    pages 163-170.
      Vocab words: calibrate, confines, increments,
    ingest,   gradation, guise, supple
      1. Answer questions 1-7 from page 170, online
      2. Follow requirements.
    D. Register with usatestprep.com
III.Homework
A. Anything not completed in class.
B. Read pages 177-181 from
Collections
C. Complete tutorial for Greek and Latin Root Words.
https://my.hrw.
com/la_2010/na_lit/student/ebook_gr9/wordsharp/index.html
New Essential Question: How can something intangible impact my life? How
can I have something that cannot be owned?
I. Warm Up
    A. Sit at your laptop
    B. Take out WN
    C. Take out earbuds.
II. Individual Work
    A. Prompt #5, What Is Love?
    B. Check homework Gettysburg Address, page 30 and Terms to Own.
    C. Read "from Love's Vocabulary," by Diane Ackerman, pages 163-
    170.
      Vocab words: calibrate, confines, increments, ingest,   gradation,
    guise, supple
      1. Answer questions 1-7 from page 170, online
      2. Follow requirements.
    D. Register with usatestprep.com
III.Homework
A. Anything not completed in class.
B. Read pages 177-181 from
Collections
C. Complete tutorial for Greek and Latin Root Words.
https://my.hrw.com/la_2010/na_lit/student/ebook_gr9/wordsharp/index.html
Teacher Planning
 
  I. Warm Up
A. Sit at your laptop
II.
Whole Class
A. "from "Love's Vocabulary."
B.
Romeo and Juliet
Anticipation Guide
C. Begin reading the play.
III.
Homework
A. Review the play and
conclude reading to the end
of Act I.
I. Warm Up
A. Sit at your laptop
II.
Whole Class
A. "from "Love's Vocabulary."
B.
Romeo and Juliet Anticipation Guide
C. Begin reading the play.
III.
Homework
A. Review the play and conclude reading to the end of Act I.
I. Warm Up
A. Sit at your laptops
II. Dyads/Pairs  Work
A. Go to Romeo and Juliet , page 183
1. View CR--->
video and Audio
B. Continue reading Romeo and Juliet to end of Act
1. Take notes
2. Use audio
3. Finish Act I.
4. Answer questions 1-4, page 206 aloud (by talking about
them).
C. Complete any tutorials that you have not completed.

While you read think about the following questions:
1) What successive events occur to move the plot?
2) What are the cuases and the effects?
-within scenes
-within directions
-asides

3) what inverse (reverse) language is spoken?
**Remember the essential question.
IV Homework
A. Review the play so far
B. Are you learning and understanding?
26.
I. Warm Up
A. Sit at your laptops
II. Dyads/Pairs  Work
A. Go to Romeo and Juliet , page 183
1. View CR--->
video and Audio
B. Continue reading Romeo and Juliet to end of Act
1. Take notes
2. Use audio
3. Finish Act I.
4. Answer questions 1-4, page 206 aloud (by talking about them).
C. Complete any tutorials that you have not completed.

While you read think about the following questions:
1) What successive events occur to move the plot?
2) What are the cuases and the effects?
-within scenes
-within directions
-asides

3) what inverse (reverse) language is spoken?
**Remember the essential question.
IV Homework
A. Review the play so far
B. Are you learning and understanding?
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I. Warm Up
A. Assign characters

II. Whole Class
A. Begin reading Act II.

III. Whole Class
A. Give back student work.

IV. Homework
A. Review the play