Monday, March 19, 2018

Pemberly Ball Photos Link

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8th grade week 26


Lesson Plans 8th Grade English- Week 26
Monday, March 19, 2018


1.       Board Work:
a.       Reflect on Pemberley Ball
b.       Winston Grammar 68: 6-8
c.       Adverb Clauses B: 11-15
d.       GD Ex 10: 11-15
2.       Pride and Prejudice
a.       Essay: Already drafted author, background and time period. Now we need more on societal expectations and social customs
                                                               i.      Manners and etiquette
                                                             ii.      Courtships (dating)
                                                           iii.      Dancing
                                                           iv.      Marriage and attachments
                                                             v.      Roles of women
b.       Drafting time with modeling from teacher ( will also have time Tuesday-Thursday)
                                                               i.      What do we know from reading the novel so far on do’s and don’t’s

Homework: Draft Section 3 of essay


Tuesday, March 20, 20148
1.       Board Work:
a.       Finish GD EX 10
b.       Adverb Clause review for quiz tomorrow
2.       Pride and Prejudice
a.       Check off draft and peer edit
                                                               i.      Take home to type
b.       Recap story so far through ch 39
                                                               i.      Wickham is no longer with Miss King
                                                             ii.      She can’t tell anyone what she knows about him, except Jane
                                                           iii.      Lydia is more in the story now- as loud and uncouth as her mother with no boundaries; interested in the soldiers particularly
c.       Begin Reading in ch 40

Homework: type draft of section 3 of essay, Grammar Quiz







Wednesday, March 21, 20148


1.       Board Work:
a.       Grammar quiz
2.       Pride and Prejudice
a.       Check of typed section of essay
                                                               i.      Store in writing section
b.       Finish reading ch 40 together
c.       Begin 41

Homework:   read ch 41-42 and journal

Thursday, March 22, 20148
1.       Board Work:
a.       Grade grammar quiz
2.       Pride and Prejudice
a.       Reading quiz
b.       Discuss reading: Lydia’s plans, Elizabeth sees Wickham, etc.
c.       Reading in 42
                                                               i.      Pemberley

Homework:  Reading in ch 42


Friday, March 23, 2018
  1. Board Work:
    1. Pemberley Video Clip- long one
                                                               i.      Discuss all the splendor that Elizabeth turned down
                                                             ii.      Darcy’s behavior, etc
3.       Pride and Prejudice
a.discuss c 23, finish reading c. 43



Homework:  Have a good Spring Break!


Monday, February 26, 2018

8th grade Lesson Plans week--23

Lesson Plans 8th Grade English- Week 23
Monday, February 26, 2018


1.       Board Work:
a.       Winston Grammar 68: 1-5
b.      Independent and Subordinate Clauses
c.     2.       Pass out new Latin packets
3.       Pride and Prejudice
a.       Reading quiz
b.      Discuss reading so far
                                                               i.      Mr. Darcy- what kind of guy?
1.       What does he say about Elizabeth
                                                             ii.      Mrs. Bennet- what kind of lady?
                                                            iii.      Jane and Mr. Bingley
c.       Read in chapter 11 and maybe on to 12
d.      Be thinking of names/personas for Pemberley Ball
                                                               i.      You will need a title and a name for the event by Friday

Homework:  Chapter 12-13
             
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
1.       Board Work:
a.       Winston Grammar 68: Finish
b.      Independent and Subordinate Clauses: Finish
2.       Pride and Prejudice
                                                               i.      Discuss reading: Mr. Collins – description on page 71
                                                             ii.      Mr. Bennet’s reaction- page 69
b.      Video clips: Mr. Darcy (PBS version), Mr. Collins (Keira Knightly version)
c.       Reading to chapter 14


Homework: Read chapters 15-16  . Latin A



Wednesday, February 28, 2018


1.       Board Work:
a.       Poem Wednesday
                                                               i.      Theme for English B
2.       Latin A
a.       Check off and go over
3.       Pride and Prejudice
a.      Discuss reading in chapters 15-16
                                                               i.      Mr. Collins wants to marry and went from Jane to Elizabeth.
                                                             ii.      Meet Mr. Wickham- an officer. He and Darcy see each other and have bad reactions to the sight of the other.
                                                            iii.      Go to dinner at the aunt and uncle’s house and Wickham came to dinner too.  He pays special attention to Elizabeth. They talk about Darcy and Wickham tells the story or how they know each other. They agree is disagreeable and awful. Darcy denied the living that his dying father had given Wickham (out of jealousy). Wickham says he did nothing wrong and Elizabeth is shocked at how horrible Darcy really is- but says he told her that his temper was resentful. Wickham says that Darcy’s sister is just as disagreeable- they both have too much pride.
                                                           iv.      Elizabeth wonders why Bingley is friends with him at all. Lady Catherine is Darcy’s aunt- he is supposed to marry her daughter. Wickham says that Lady Catherine is dictatorial and prideful.
                                                             v.      ‘Elizabeth went away with her head full of him’
a.       Read chapter 17
Homework: Read chapter 18.

Thursday, March 1, 2018
1.       Board Work:
a.       Winston Grammar 67: Subordinating Conjunctions and Adverb Clauses
b.      Adverb Clauses
2.       Pride and Prejudice
a.       Discuss chapter 18
                                                               i.      Darcy asks Elizabeth to dance and they talk about Wickham. She tries to figure out his character
                                                             ii.      Sir William says that he know Jane and Bingley will get engaged
                                                            iii.      Caroline Bingley says Wickham is bad. Mr. Bingley agrees but only knows about him through Darcy
                                                           iv.      Collins introduces himself to Darcy, which is rude
                                                             v.      Mrs. Bennet is talking loudly about Jane getting married and how great it will be and how nice it will be to have her daughters thrown in the way of other rich men. Elizabeth scolds her but she will not listen
                                                           vi.      Mary plays the piano and sings badly
                                                          vii.      The whole family is exposing themselves to ridicule
                                                        viii.      Mr. Collins stays by Elizabeth’s side.
                                                           ix.      Mrs. Bennet day dreams about the weddings.
b.      Reading chapter 19

Homework: Read to chapter 20. Latin B.



Friday, March 2, 2018            Congrego and Crazy hat day
  1. Board Work:
    1. Winston Grammar 68: Subordinating Conjunctions and Adverb Clauses
    2. Adverb Clauses
  2. Latin B
    1. Check off and go over
3.       Pride and Prejudice
a.       Pemberley Ball Personas due
b.      Video clip of dance and proposal
c.       Discuss chapter 20
                                                               i.      Mr. Benet tells Elizabeth that she does not have to marry Mr. Collins
                                                             ii.      Mrs. Bennet tries to convince her
                                                            iii.      Charlotte comes to visit
                                                           iv.      Mr. Collins removes his offer
d.      Read chapter 21
e.      Homework:  Read chapters 22-23- Finish Part 1.  Latin C.

Monday, January 8, 2018

High School Homework 1/8

Tropes for week 18
Antimetabole- is a literary and rhetorical device in which a phrase or sentence is repeated, but in reverse order. Writers or speakers use antimetabole for effect-calling attention to the words, or demonstrating that reality is not always what it seems by using the reversal of words. “Fair is foul and foul is fair.”
Chiasmus- Chiasmus is a rhetorical device in which two or more clauses are balanced against each other by the reversal of their structures in order to produce an artistic effect.
 “Never let a Fool Kiss You or a Kiss Fool You.”

 

“It is not the oath that makes us believe the man,
but the man the oath.”- Aeschylus

 

The Difference Between Chiasmus and Antimetabole

An antimetabole is the repetition of words in consecutive clauses, but in an inverted or transposed order. For example:

In examples of chiasmus, however, the words and phrases are not repeated.



10th Grade:
Vocabulary Unit 11 and Tropes Quiz 1/12
Greek 14 A due 1/10, 14B due 1/12
**Extension due date for "The Knight's Tale" questions or annotations due 1/9

Modern Lit:
Reading: Hamlet 3.4, catch up on questions
Vocabulary Unit 11 and Tropes Quiz 1/12
Abcedarian Poem and Hamlet questions due 1/12

AP Lit:
3 paragraph analysis of "Mediation 17" due 1/9
Reading and Annotation: "50 Years Later: Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls."
Vocabulary Unit 11 and Tropes Quiz 1/12

8th Grade Homework and Classwork for 1/8-1/12

Monday, January 8, 2018
1.       First day back from break
2.       Board Work: Written response
3.       Go over calendar items  and agenda for the next three weeks
a.       Two weeks until Finals week starts
                                                              i.      No school Friday of finals for semester end
                                                            ii.      ½ Day Thurs of finals week
b.      Beginning Animal Farm
4.       Latin 5
a.       Pass out packet and go over due dates
5.       Spelling and vocab week ¾- Take out paper, go over due dates
a.       Go over vocab and phrases
6.       Pass out grammar pages
7.       Animal Farm- pass out papers
a.             Author: read and highlight key items
c.       Hand out the books and take down numbers
d.            Homework: Look up terms and keep in journal:
                                                              i.      Satire
                                                            ii.      Fable
                                                          iii.      Allegory
                                                           iv.      Fairy Tale

Homework:  definitions, Latin A

Tuesday, January 9, 2018
1.       Board Work:
a.       Winston Grammar 60: 1
b.      Figures of Speech: 1-2
                                                              i.      Notes in Grammar Section- these will be on the final exam
c.       Close Reading: 2 per day
2.       Homework: check off definitions:
3.       Starting the novel Animal Farm
e.             Background info: read through-Russian Revolution
 Homework: Latin A.  Russian Revolution packet reading and highlighting

Wednesday, January 10, 2018
1.       Board Work:
a.       Figures of Speech: 3-4
2.       Poem Wednesday:
a.       “Ozymadias”
3.       Latin A
a.       Check off and go over
4.       Animal Farm
a.       Begin reading chapter 1 ---9 pages
                                                              i.      Dialectical journal directions-
Homework: Finish Reading ch 1. Latin B

Thursday, January 11, 2018
1.       Board Work:
a.       Winston Grammar: 60: 2
b.      Figures of Speech: 5-6
c.       Close Reading: 2 per day
                                                        
2.       Continue reading: Animal Farm
b.      Discuss Reading: Chapter 1
a.       Read ch. 2- 9 pages
                                                           iv.      Together aloud in class
Homework: Latin B. Finish ch 2

Friday, January 12, 2018
1.       Board Work:
a.       Winston Grammar 60: 3-4
b.      Figures of Speech: 7-8
c.       Close Reading: 2 per day
2.       Latin B
a.       Check of and go over
3.       Animal Farm
a.       Discuss ch 2
b.      Read ch. 3- 8pages
c.       Read Ch.4- 6 pages

Homework: Read ch 4. Latin C