10 EThOS Agenda 

Tuesday 02/18: Write down SAT Terms. Continue reading LOTF Chapter 1. Chapter 1 Focus Question. Homework: Finish reading Chapter 1 by tomorrow. SAT Vocabulary Quiz Friday, Feb. 28th

Wednesday 02/19: Review and Annotate LOTF Chapter 1. Begin reading Chapter 2. Homework: Finish Chapter 2 by tomorrow .SAT Vocabulary Quiz Friday, February 28th.

Thursday 02/20:  Chapter 1 Focus Question +Review. Annotations LOTF Chapter 2. Read Beginning of Chapter 3 Homework: Finish Chapter 3 by tomorrow. SAT Vocabulary Quiz Friday, February 28th.

 

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Monday 02/10: Registration - Sign up in Q. Introduction to LOTF PowerPoint. Complete Anticipation Guide 

Homework: Anticipation Guide due tomorrow at the beginning of the period. Need to have LOTF novel in class WEDNESDAY!!

Tuesday 02/11: Turn in Anticipation Guide. Circle of 7 Norms. Complete Circle of 7 Socratic Seminar. Homework: Need to have LOTF novel in class tomorrow!

Wednesday 02/12:  Complete LOTF Socratic Seminar. Read LOTF Chapter 1. Homework: Read “Golding and the War” and complete the response question. 

Thursday 02/13: Turn in Golding and the War Response. Read “Golding and the War” and discuss the response question. Finish reading LOTF Chapter 1 and Annotate. No Homework

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Monday 02/03: Finish SOAPSTone Presentations. Add rhetorical techniques to notes (SOAPSTone, Ethos, Pathos, Logos, Anecdote, Testimony, Hyperbole, Parallelism, Antithesis, and Humor) - Hand out SAT Practice Essay #1  Homework: Purchase LOTF and have in class by Tuesday, February 4th

Tuesday 02/04: Read SAT Essay #1 - work on back questions. Review Essay Writing Format . Homework: Purchase LOTF and have every day

Wednesday 02/05: Practice SAT in class essay #1

Thursday 02/06: Course Request Form for 11th grade. 

Friday 02/07: Introduction to LOTF. 

Homework: Purchase LOTF and have every day

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Monday 01/27: Warm-up- SOAPSTone definitions. Finish ethos,pathos, logos projects and present.  No HW

Tuesday 01/28: SOAPStone: Speeches

TED Talk: Kelly McGonigal: How to make stress your friend

Group Speech Analysis 

Homework: Purchase LOTF and have in class by Tuesday, February 4th

Wednesday 01/29: Group Speeches- 

    Speaker, occasion, audience, purpose, subject, tone 

    ethos, pathos, logos

    Visual - Tone 

Homework: Purchase LOTF and have in class by Tuesday, February 4th

Thursday 01/30Group Speeches- 

    Speaker, occasion, audience, purpose, subject, tone 

    ethos, pathos, logos

    Visual - Tone 

Homework: Purchase LOTF and have in class by Tuesday, February 4th

Friday 01/31: SOAPSTone SPEECH Presentations. Homework: Purchase LOTF and have in class by Tuesday, February 4th

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Tuesday 01/21: GO TO: bit.ly/CVmyPerspectives

  1. Click Class (orange tab) 

  2. Find completed assessment %

  3. Take Mid-Year Assessment - due tomorrow 

Homework: Complete Mid-Year Assessment if not completed in class.

Wednesday 01/22: Complete Mid-Year Assessment Test Corrections - No HW. 

Thursday 01/23:  SOAPSTone NOTES. Obama - Labor Day Address

Homework: Finish SOAPSTone for Labor Day Address

Friday 01/24: Review Labor Day Address - SOAPSTone. Begin ETHOS/PATHOS/LOGOS Project. No HW

Period 1

CLASS ID: 22149128

Key:  ehret

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Memoir Project Guidelines

Paper Requirements:

  • The paper must be at least two pages typed, double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman font, with 1” margins, with the use of multiple paragraphs. (No more than three pages)

  • You need to include a title for your paper, so please be creative.

  • Remember to include the required MLA heading in the upper left-hand corner.

  • You must include all the process, including the Creative Non-Fiction Analysis worksheet and your final copy. This needs to be printed and brought to class on Wednesday, May 22nd  

  • Your Final Draft must include: dialogue, an engaging opening, and use of vivid verbs, sensory details/imagery, and a break in your writing (a time lapse, a flashback, or a reflection).