Week 4:3 (Apr. 6-10)

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Seniors: Final Reading ScheduleFinal Poetry PacketMLA TemplateExistentialism NotesWaiting for Godot PromptsEliminating Wordiness from Your WritingLiterary 3×3 ExamplesMajor Works Data Sheet TemplateE-text of The Sandbox / Fairy Tale Lit-Crit: Literary Criticism Sheets, MLA Template“Jack and the Beanstalk”“The Three Bears”“The Three Little Pigs”“The Little Mermaid”“The Emperor’s New Suit”,“Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp”

Freshmen: RJ Vocab ListRJ E-Text with Line NumbersRJ AudioplayRJ Theme LogTips for Reading ShakespeareVocab Presentation InstructionsHelp with Quote-WeavingThesis Notes / Journals: Act II (in comp book)Act II (in comp book)Act IV (to Turnitin) / Performances: Scene Performance Project Info, Scene List/Signup

Week 4:2 (Mar. 23-27)

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Seniors: Final Reading ScheduleFinal Poetry PacketMLA TemplateExistentialism Notes

Freshmen: RJ Vocab ListRJ E-Text with Line NumbersRJ AudioplayRJ Theme LogTips for Reading ShakespeareVocab Presentation InstructionsHelp with Quote-Weaving / Journals: Act II (in comp book)Act II (in comp book)Act IV (to Turnitin) / Performances: Scene Performance Project Info, Scene List/Signup

Week 4:1 (Mar. 16-20)

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Seniors: Atonement PromptsFinal Reading ScheduleFinal Poetry Packet

Freshmen: Scene Performance Project InfoRJ Vocab ListRJ E-Text with Line NumbersRJ AudioplayRJ Theme LogTips for Reading ShakespeareTwo DaysVocab Presentation Instructions / Journals: Turnitin Registration Instructions, Act I Journal #5-28Act II Journal #1-20Act III Journal

Week 3:10 (Mar. 9-13)

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Seniors, for Monday’s “Fairy Tale Literary Criticism”, select one of these fairy tales: “Snowdrop” (Snow White)“Rapunzel”“Rumpelstiltskin”“Ashenputtel” (Cinderella)“Hansel and Grethel”“Briar Rose” (Sleeping Beauty), and then select one of the schools of criticism (e.g. Freudian, Marxist) included in this Literary Criticism PDF.  Study the notes and carefully read the story through that lens, using the leading questions as the basis for your analysis.  Write a brief (5-ish paragraphs) essay (in MLA format) in which you analyze the meaning of the narrative; print it for class on Monday. Here are the old reading schedule and Atonement prompts if you need them.  Lastly, here are the new new reading schedule and the poems for the final quarter.

Freshmen: RJ Vocab ListRJ E-Text with Line NumbersRJ AudioplayRJ Theme LogTips for Reading ShakespeareTwo DaysUsage NotesVocab Presentation Instructions / Journals: Turnitin Registration Instructions, Act I Journal #5-28Act II Journal #1-20

Week 3:9 (Mar. 3-9)

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Seniors: Reading ScheduleMLA TemplateThird Quarter PoemsAtonement PromptsLiterary Criticism Handouts

Fairy Tales: “Snowdrop” (Snow White)“Rapunzel”“Rumpelstiltskin”“Ashenputtel” (Cinderella)“Hansel and Grethel”“Briar Rose” (Sleeping Beauty)

Freshmen: FSA Training Test Practice LinkRJ Vocab ListRJ E-Text with Line NumbersRJ AudioplayRJ Theme LogTips for Reading ShakespeareTwo Days

Journals: Turnitin Registration Instructions, Act I Journal #5-28Act II Journal #1-20

Week 3:8 (Feb. 23-27)

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Seniors: Reading ScheduleMLA TemplateThird Quarter PoemsLiterary Criticism HandoutsAtonement Prompts, Close Reading Poem & Questions (“To My Coy Mistress”), Lit Notes (All), Syntax Practice Handouts

rj-listenFreshmen: RJ Vocab ListRJ E-TextRJ AudioplayRJ Theme LogTips for Reading ShakespeareLanguage TricksTurnitin Registration InstructionsAct I Journal #5-28 (due to Turnitin.com in sections starting next week)

FSA Training Test Practice Link

Week 3:7 (Feb. 17-20)

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Seniors: Reading ScheduleMLA TemplateThird Quarter PoemsLiterary Criticism HandoutsAtonement Prompts

rj-listenFreshmen: Vocab Presentation InstructionsProofreading ExpectationsWeaving and Citing ExamplesLiterature TermsSPHS Curriculum GuideState Assessment Practice TestsRJ Vocab ListRJ E-TextRJ AudioplayRJ Theme LogLove ConnectionTips for Reading ShakespeareLanguage TricksRJ Act I Journal Questions #5-28 (to be typed for Turnitin.com – not in the journal)

 

Week 3:6 (Feb. 9-13)

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Seniors: Reading ScheduleMLA TemplateThird Quarter PoemsLady Windemere’s Fan Examples EssaysEarnest Close Reading QuestionsProse Essay Rubric

rj-listenFreshmen: Vocab Presentation InstructionsProofreading ExpectationsUsage NotesWeaving and Citing ExamplesJournal ExpectationsLiterature TermsSPHS Curriculum GuideState Assessment Practice TestsRJ Vocab ListRJ E-TextRJ AudioplayRJ Theme Log, Perfect MateLove ConnectionTips for Reading ShakespeareRJ Act I Journal Questions #5-28

Week 3:5 (Feb. 2-6)

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Seniors: Reading ScheduleMLA TemplateThird Quarter Poems

Freshmen: SPHS Curriculum GuidePrologue Colormarking, RJ Vocab List, Vocab Presentation InstructionsRJ NotesRJ E-Text, RJ AudioplayRJ Theme Log, Perfect Mate, State Assessment Practice Tests

Freshmen Journal:  Proofreading ExpectationsUsage NotesWeaving and Citing ExamplesJournal ExpectationsLiterature TermsSG Journal for Parts 1-2, SG Journal for Parts 3-4RJ Act I Journal Questions #1-4

Week 3:4 (Jan. 26-30)

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Seniors: Reading ScheduleMLA TemplateThird Quarter PoemsPractice Prose Prompt

Freshmen: Proofreading ExpectationsUsage NotesSG Theme Log, SG NotesWrite Score Login, SPHS Curriculum GuideWeaving and Citing ExamplesVocab Presentation Instructions

Freshmen Journal: Journal ExpectationsLiterature TermsSG Journal for Parts 1-2, SG Journal for Parts 3-4RJ Act I Journal Questions #1-4

Romeo and Juliet (Coming Soon): Prologue Colormarking, Vocab ListNotes