Week 6:1 (Apr. 21-25)

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AP Literature: Reading ScheduleMajor Works Data Sheet TemplateOpen Response ListsLiterary 3×3 InstructionsLiterary Time Period ReviewAP Score CalculatorPractice Exam #1 (key for multiple-choice section), Practice Exam #2 (multiple-choice section only, key included); Fairy Tale Lit-Crit: Literary Criticism SheetsMLA Template, “Little Red Riding Hood”, “The Snow Queen”, “The Princess and the Pea”, “The Little Gingerbread Man”, “Puss in Boots”, “The Ugly Duckling”Practice Exam Dates: April 19th (8:30-12:00), April 26th (8:30-12:00)

Romeo and Juliet: Act IV JournalScene Performance Project InfoTips for Reading ShakespeareThesis NotesThesis GuidelinesThesis GeneratorWriting About LiteratureE-textTheme LogSample EssayQuote-WeavingEssay-Writing / To Kill a Mockingbird: NotesColormarkingTheme LogVocab List; Other: SAT Vocab #3FCAT Lab/Time Assignments, ePAT (flassessments.com/ePAT)

Week 5:6 (Apr. 14-17)

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Seniors: Reading ScheduleLiterary 3×3 ExamplesMajor Works Data Sheet TemplateOpen Response Book List & All PromptsAP Vocab ListSenior Survey Instructions (complete it by Tuesday), Practice Exam #1 (key for multiple-choice section); Practice Exam Dates: April 19th (8:30-12:00), April 26th (8:30-12:00)

Freshmen: RJ Act IV JournalRJ Audio-playScene Performance Project Info, Tips for Reading ShakespeareSAT Vocab # 3ePAT (flassessments.com/ePAT)Essay: Thesis NotesThesis GuidelinesThesis GeneratorWriting About LiteratureRJ E-textTheme LogSample EssayHelp with Quote-WeavingHelp with Essay Writing

Week 5:5 (Apr. 7-11)

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Seniors: Reading ScheduleExistentialism NotesWaiting for Godot PromptsEliminating Wordiness from Your WritingLiterary 3×3 ExamplesMajor Works Data Sheet Template

Freshmen: RJ Act II JournalRJ Act III JournalRJ Act IV JournalRJ Vocab ListRJ E-Text with Line NumbersRJ Audio-playRJ Theme LogScene Performance Project InfoHelp with Quote-WeavingFCAT Goal Sheet, 5:4′s Shakespeare Handouts (his World, his Language, his Stage), 5:4′s Shakespeare Notes (his World, his Language [in outline form], his Stage), List of Scenes for Group PerformanceThesis Notes

Week 5:4 (Mar. 31-Apr. 4)

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Seniors: Reading Schedule, E-text of The Sandbox, Existentialism Notes, Waiting for Godot PromptsEliminating Wordiness from Your Writing, Practice Prompt for Thursday, Literary 3×3 ExamplesMajor Works Data Sheet / 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 Act II JournalRJ Act III Journal, RJ Act IV JournalRJ Vocab ListRJ E-Text with Line NumbersRJ Audio-playRJ Theme LogScene Performance Project Info, Help with Quote-WeavingFCAT Goal SheetIn-Class Shakespeare Handouts (his World, his Language, his Stage), In-Class Shakespeare Notes (his World, his Language [in outline form], his Stage), List of Scenes for Group Performance

Week 5:3 (Mar. 17-21)

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Seniors: Reading ScheduleAtonement Prompts, Senior Activity Calendar

Freshmen: RJ Act I Journal Questions #5-28RJ Act II Journal Questions, RJ Act III Journal PromptTurnitin Registration InstructionsRJ Vocab ListRJ E-Text with Line NumbersRJ Audio-playRJ Theme LogTwo Days, Scene Performance Project Info

Week 5:2 (Mar. 10-14)

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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. Jungian, 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 reading scheduleAtonement prompts, a Senior Activity Calendar if you need them.

Freshmen, complete one journal question daily: RJ Act I Journal Questions #5-28 and RJ Act II Journal Questions (typed responses submitted to Turnitin.com), Turnitin Registration InstructionsRJ Vocab ListRJ E-Text with Line NumbersRJ Audio-playRJ Theme Log, Two DaysTuesday’s Film Adaptation Comparison Analysis

Week 5:1 (Mar. 3-7)

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Seniors: Literary Criticism HandoutsReading ScheduleAtonement PromptsMonday’s Syntax PracticeSenior Activity Calendar

Freshmen, complete one journal question daily: RJ Act I Journal Questions #5-28 and RJ Act II Journal Questions (typed responses submitted to Turnitin.com), Turnitin Registration InstructionsRJ Vocab ListRJ E-TextRJ Audio-playRJ Theme LogLanguage TricksTips for Reading Shakespeare

Week 4:6 (Feb. 24-28)

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Seniors: Poems for Poetry ResponseMLA TemplateReading Schedule (4:5-6:3)Literary Criticism Handouts (All)Atonement PromptsClose Reading Poem & Questions (“To My Coy Mistress”), Lit Notes (All)

Freshmen, complete one journal question daily: RJ Act I Journal Questions #5-28 (typed responses submitted to Turnitin.com), Turnitin Registration InstructionsRJ Vocab ListRJ E-TextRJ Audio-playRJ Theme LogLanguage TricksTips for Reading ShakespeareInformational Text Analysis Task #1, More Info on the Japanese-American Internment

Week 4:5 (Feb. 18-21)

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Seniors: Reading Schedule (3:5-4:5)Poems for Poetry ResponseMLA TemplateReading Schedule (4:5-6:3), Literary Criticism Handouts (All)Atonement Prompts

Freshmen: Sophomore Registration FormSPHS Curriculum GuideRomeo and Juliet: NotesVocab List (All Acts)E-Text (Whole Play)Audio-playTheme LogLove ConnectionAct I Journal Questions #5-28Language Tricks, Tips for Reading Shakespeare