DECEMBER 10- A / 11 B
LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION BOOK
Page 74- Pre-write - Thesis statement - outline of plan - “FOCUS ON COMMUNITY SERVICE” Synthesis prompt – WRITE THE ESSAY-Incorporating at least 3 sources by using citation (Title of source) when quoting, paraphrasing or summarizing source material to incorporate.
TEST - The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn - A Day 12/10 - B day 12/11
QUIZ CHAPTERS 12-23 of The Adventures of HuckleberryFinn A Day 12/4 - B Day 12/5
THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN ASSIGNMENT SHEET
Procedures for reading the novel:
· We will read and discuss as many chapters as possible each class period.
· The reading assignments are listed below.
· If you are absent, read the chapters assigned for class as well as those for homework. You must keep up!
· Answer the attached study questions for each chapter to be sure you are remembering/understanding the significant facts.
· You will have frequent quizzes throughout the reading of the novel – be prepared for that possibility each class period.
· A major writing assignment will be due at the end of the novel. It is based on the journal you are keeping as you read.
· If you have any questions or problems during the reading of the novel, see me as soon as possible.
November 19-20 Biography of author
Chapters I-III (1-3) in class - HW IV-VII (4-7)
November 21-22 Was Mark Twain a racist? - Critical article Holt Edition of Huck Finn
Chapters VIII-X (8-10) in class HW XI-XIV (11-14)
November 25-26 Language in Huck Finn- Homework and class work
Chapters XV-XVI (15-16) in class
December 2-3 Chapters XVII-XIX (17-19) in class HW XX-XXIII (20-23)
December 4-5 Chapters XIV-XXVII( 24-27) HW XXVIII-XXXII (28-32)
December 6-9 Chapters XXXIII-XXXV(33-35) HW XXXVI-XXXIX(36-39)
December 10-11 Chapters XL- Chapter the Last Prepare for synthesis essay
On exam day
Due date for additional articles and annotations - Source E -- 11/13-14 --Source F 11/15-11/18
· Assignment – find source D – VISUAL – CARTOON, CHART, GRAPH-- COMPLETE annotations page
"SPEECH TO VIGIRNIA CONVENTION" -- Patrick Henry
· As you READ complete SOAPStone to turn in – daily grade and complete analysis of rhetorical device on Edmodo under "ASSIGNMENT'
· Find examples of rhetorical devices – by group (1) rhetorical questions (2) antithesis, (3) parallelism (4) bibilical allusions,(5) repetition GIVE TWO EXAMPLES OF EACH AND EXPLAIN THE RHETORICAL PURPOSE
· EDMODO --Select "Turned in" box instead of "Reply" at the end to the assignment to POST YOUR DISCUSSION OF THE EXAMPLES OF YOUR DEVICES – BE SURE TO GIVE TWO EXAMPLES AND DISCUSS COMPLETELY -- purpose and how the purpose is achieved by Patrick Henry using this device your were assigned.
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SBISD website> For Students> Educational Technology> Learning Resources> Turnitin.com
Log on only with SBISD user name and password. Click on Class and assignment’s name is seen. When student’s assignment is complete, he/she must save it with a .pdf extension or as a Microsoft Word document. From Turnitin, use Single File Upload and see teacher name. Enter the document’s title, find document to attach and Upload.
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Please turn in a paper copy with students name(s )on it (if you worked with a partner) .
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