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Welcome Back! Please join Google Classroom assignments for the week of April 20-24 are up - codes are as follows:
AP LIT 0 - exvxone
AP LIT 1 - rg2oh7s
 
AP LANG 2 - mtvoa3g
AP LANG 3 - pfthpfs
AP LANG 5 - yx7heuv
 
Feel free to contact me during office hours 9-10:30 am Monday, 10:30-12 noon Wednesday and 9-12 noon Friday :)

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this is the link for yesterday's lesson from AP CLassroom in case you missed it! It's a good one :)

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HI KIDS!!!!!!   ALL of the following is suggested review, practice and enrichment work if you would like to keep busy - and all of the work is optional:)
I have unlocked the AP Classroom Unit 1-9 MC and FRQ practice. ALL of these are specific to the new tests. The Units will be open for AP LIT and AP LANG during the following times:
Unit 1  3/19/20 - 3/25/20
Unit 2  3/23/20 - 3/28/20
Unit 3  3/26/20 - 4/1/20
Unit 4  3/30/20 - 4/4/20
Unit 5  4/2/20   - 4/8/20
Unit 6  4/6/20   - 4/11/20
Unit 7  4/9/20   - 4/15/20
Unit 8  4/13/20 - 4/18/20
Unit 9  4/16/20 - 4/22/20
 
ALL Units will be open during the dates and you will be able to see your results. AP  has said they will be creating and posting new tests for you all to practice if you like - they will send out info at the appropriate times. 
 
ALSO available for your review, practice and enrichment are the following sites:
https://www.activelylearn.com/      if you choose to use this you must sign up for the website. I have created classes - your sign up codes are:
AP Lit 0 - pear8
AP Lit 1 - ovps8
AP Lang 2 - uvphu
AP Lang 3 - d4abi
AP Lang 5 - oepb8
The above site is good if you would like to look at important themes and current topics - explore and have fun!
 
AP Lit1        http://vocab.com/join/3TJM49K 
WOohoo! Vocab!!!! Have fun :)
 
AND---you can also READ FOR FUN!!! Seriously, take the time to read for fun -maybe explore  current topics and issues that will help you prepare for the FRQs in Lang especially. Pick up your text book - pick a chapter and become and expert :) Check out documentaries, watch 80s movies and take care of yourselves. I will miss you (for reals).
 
 

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In Cold Blood Final (Orchestra SF)

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In Class Synthesis

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In Class Q3

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In Class RA

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Part 2&3 Quote Handout Due
In your compbooks follow the format given on handout to analyze quotes - this is prep for Q2 on Tuesday.
for each quote:
Analysis/focus: (device) and (purpose) (what is the author doing (purpose) how is he doing it (device)
Assertion : (thesis)
Evidence: (TBE - use 2-10 word chunks - no complete sentences)
Commentary/Analysis: 1 paragraph (make sure to integrate your TBE!)
 

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Part 4 of In Cold Blood Due - Study guide questions due - class discussion

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Part 3 of In Cold Blood due - study guide in class
Part 4 due Friday 2/29

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Handout for Part 1 and 2 of In Cold Blood due in class today - be prepared to discuss and mc/write :)

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Final Crucible

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Presentations

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Table Topics - in class

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Quiz Act 4
Intro table topics

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Quiz on Acts 3

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Quiz Act 2 - 

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The Crucible - Handouts due - Exposition and Background 1126-1129 and Act I. 

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Test :)

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Orange Text pp 56-66 Plymouth - answer CR pg 65 1-5 and AL pg 66 1-7 in comp book.

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Read pp 19-29 in Orange text 
pg 23 Critical Read 1-4
pg 28 Critical Read 1-4
pg 29 Lit Analysis 1-4 Read Strat 6-9
 Essential Questions - Apply the Essential questions to this selection - Answer each question with a well developed paragraph - you may use 1,2 or all 3 of the selections to answer the EQs.

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finish Closing Arguments
prep for Final - check schedule for final dates.

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Closing Arguments  - 3 copies ( group, opponent, teacher) Pro group up first.

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polished essays due - make sure to check the rubric for info! 

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LATE START
finish Rebuttals - begin work on Closing.

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Rebuttals - 3 copies in class ( group, opponent, teacher) Con group up first.

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in class - work on rebuttal - chromebooks

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finish Opening arguments
begin rebuttal

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Opening Arguments - 3 hard copies due ( group, opponent, teacher)
2 copies of extra article(s) ( if used - teacher and opponents)  may use up to 2  articles

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in class workday debate - chromebooks

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in class debate workday - chromebooks

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In class Debate workday - chromebooks

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Process Videos due - share via google or email link.
Intro Final project 

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read ch 12 Argumentation outline pp 529-545 - IMPORTANT!! do a thorough job!
know and understand the logical fallacies
in class activity

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read ch 11 Definition outline 491-496
read pp 505-508 Brady "I Want a Wife"
read pp 521-524 Smith "The Wife Beater"
in class quiz

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edit
assign Polished Essay due 11/22
MC

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in class essay

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read ch 9 Compare and Contrast outline pp 363-369
in class visual analysis
read ch 10 Classification and Division outline pp 431-435
read pp 447-455 Zinsser "College Pressures" Comp 1-9, PA  1-4, SS 1-7
We will attend the TEDx Talks - work is still due for stamps

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read ch 8 Cause and Effect outline pp 303-311
read  pp 321-324 Cousins "Who Killed Benny Paret?" Comp 1-4, PA 1, SS 2
read pp 340-344 Graham " "The 'Black Table' Is Still There" Comp 1-5, PA 1-5, SS 1-4
LATE START

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edit 
MC quiz
Process work day if time

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in class essay

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read ch 6 Exemplification - outline pp 191-196
read pp 214-217 Birnbaum "Catbird Seat"  answer Comp 1-4, PA 1-4. SS 1-4
read pp 223-227 Staples "Just Walk on By" PA 1-4, SS 3,4
 

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read ch 4 Narration - outline pp 71-75
read pp 84-87, Cisneros "Only Daughter" answer Comp 1-5, PA 1-3, SS 1-5
read pp pp 101-105, Gansberg "Thirty-Eight Who Saw Murder..." answer comp 2, PA 2-3, SS 2, 4
read ch 5 pp Description - outline pp 135-141
read pp 153- 156 Hager Cohen "Words Left Unspoken" Comp 3
 

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outline ch 7 Process in compbook
read pp 260  - 263 Malcolm X "My First Conk" answer Comp 1-3, PA 2-5, SS 2
read pp272-277 Piven, et al. "How To Escape From a Bad Date" Comp 1-3, PA 1, 4 and 5, SS 1-5
preview videos

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"What's In a Name" read and annotate - handout due
In class discuss "Hush"

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Critical Analysis essay due!  hard copy in class - turn it in by 7:59 am 10/30/19 (today)

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Due at the beginning of the period
1. writing center 1-15
2. graphic organizer 
3. highlighted objective essay 

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In class: continue writing center questions 1-15, complete graphic and highlight most important info from the objective summary - all due tomorrow (Thursday)

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IN class - Intro Critical Analysis Paper
reread essay - begin writing center questions 1-15

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LoC from The Future of Life pg 945 answer Exploring the text pg 951 1-11 in compbook. 

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Present 
Table 7 A Biologist's Manifesto
Table 8 Our Climate Future
 
Per 2  - in class exercise and make-ups as needed
 

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Present
Table 2 Nature
Table 4 The End of Nature
Table 6 Save the Whales, Screw the Shrimp

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Present 
Table 1 Silent Spring
Table 3 The Land Ethic
Table 5 Clan of the One-Breasted Woman

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ALL PPT due via email  skelly@wvusd.k12.ca.us or share skelly@g.wvusd.k12.ca.us 

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In class essay :)

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Chromebook finish PPT

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Soapstone due in class ( stamp)
CHromebook in class for PPT

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Late Start
Finishing reading essays/answering questions and complete Soapstone ( on the back of essay handout)

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LoC text in class
Assign Essays and begin reading - answer questions in compbook

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AP MC Test

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continue review LoC RA - in class

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Complete class review of Caged Bird/Education/teachers
RA passages

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25 things memoir due
discussion

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Education Essay work due in class.
from Education  pg 189 answer in cb -  QD 2-8 QRS 1-11
A Talk to Teachers pg 197 answer in cb ET 1-12
 

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MWDS for choice memoir due - handwritten
in class essay

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IN class work day memoir and LoC

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IN class work day - AP Lang only
Memoir - read if needed, MWDS, 25 Things ( yikes I hope you have all your reading done by today!)
Education Essays
 

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Due in compbook at beginning of period: I I Know why the Caged Bird Cannot Read   QD 3-5 QRS 1-10
LoC text in class

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LoC text in class
outline pp 81 - 92 in your compbook
Include -  define argument, Rogerian argument, act pg 86. define claim, act  pg 86, define claim of fact, claim of value, claim of policy, act pp 92-94 (handout) use 3 different colors to highlight the claims of fact, value and policy.

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Complete the close reading/annotation of JFK's  Speech. If you did not listen to the speech in class - listen to it first and underline any rhetorical devices you hear ( archaic diction, abstract diction, metaphor, personification, anaphora, parallel structure, etc... Use questions 1-13 on the handout  (pp 72-74) as a guideline for close reading. For questions,  when it asks you to identify devices, underline the device and put the question number in the left margin - briefly discuss the effect of the device in the margin next to where the device is used. Many of these are answered for you in the paragraphs before and after the questions on the handout - read them and use them to your benefit. Have fun. 
 

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STAARS "On Laziness" in your compbook
TEAR it up on a separate sheet of paper ( handwritten)
Read the following link on How to do a Close Reading fro Harvard
you also might be interested in reviewing How to Write a Thesis
 

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Finish reading ch 2 in LoC. Read Morley's Essay "On Laziness" and SOAPSTONE in compbook.
 
Watch 45 minutes of the Democratic Debate on ABC 5 pm.  Just watch and listen - take about 1 page of notes in your compbook. Listen to the candidates - are they using appeals - which ones? How do they establish their ethos? Logos? Pathos? which seems to be more effective? What audience does/do the candidates appeal to - the same? different?
 
Pick 3 main candidates to follow during the 45 mins that you watch - write down the time you watch. If you are not home during the time 5-7 you will be able to find the debate online. Have fun. Watch with friends or family! Discussion tomorrow.
 
 

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Read pp 48-58
SOAPSTone Death of a Moth in your compbook
 
POP QUIZ in class :)

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Language of Composition text in class. Read and complete before class pp 39-46. Answer questions 1-8 on pg 46 in your compbook - use TBE for each answer.
 
review Glossary of Style Elements vocabulary on pp 78- 80 test Monday 9/16

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read and annotate the rest of the Ch 1 packet.
In your compbook complete the following activities:
Dwight D Eisenhower Speech
bullet 5 TBE of pathos - explain how they work
Final Activity:
Choose one activity and create a rhetorical triangle using all 3 appeals. Emphasize one of the appeals and create 5 strategies and explain how they would be effective - for the other 2 appeals create 3 strategies and explain how they are effective.
 
Per 5 only: Mother Nature Brought to you by...
Discuss how Wu appeals to logos  - 5 examples - and if/how they are effective.

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Bring LoC packet for ch 1 to class
watch Lou Gherig's farewell speech - link
and this commercial
try your hand at SOAPSTone with the commercial!

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Memoirs/Novels due in class
Book permission slip due - parent and student signature

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Journal #3 - 1 page write
Define social class
How does your  social class influence your perception(s) of the world?
Discuss in context of film People Like Us and your own experience

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summer work MC objective test.

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Summer work Open Essay

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GLC Due Process - come to class for attendance first.

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1.  Subscribe to my homework page for your class.
2.  Register for Turnitin - password for all classes: willipass? (all lowercase, no spaces)
     0 AP Lit      21813150
     1 AP Lit      21813180
     2 AP Lang  21813199
     3 AP Lang  21813217
     5 AP Lang  21813236
3. Enroll in Remind - text your class code to 81010
    0 AP Lit       @6a7a6d
    1 AP Lit       @kgfb98
    2 AP Lang   @83b3d3
    3 AP Lang   @93g8928
    5 AP Lang   @4ge4g3
4. Join your AP Class Section: this is the link with directions
    0 AP Lit       ZYWZ9D
    1 AP Lit       G4V32R
    2 AP Lang   DRG4MP
    3 AP Lang   E3PAA2
    5 AP Lang   X622QV
5. All classes : ALL summer work is due at the beginning of class.