English 3P Honors Weekly Updates: 11.2-11.6 (BENCHMARKS & MIDTERMS DUE WEDNESDAY)

MONDAY: Introduction to Romanticism

Unit Goal:Write an essay that defines American Romanticism’s views of TRUTH AND KNOWLEDGE and examines their use of stylistic devices such as imagery, figures of speech, paradox and symbolism to communicate philosophical attitudes and themes.

Objective: Students can define features of American Romanticism as a cultural and intellectual movement that arose out of the historical context of the early 19th century by completing notes.

Handouts: Notes, Thesis Guide, MLA Rules Formatting Video, Works Cited Video

HomeworkEnconters Final  due on November 4! Watch MLA Style Formatting Videos:Formatting Video, Works Cited Video ,  Quarter 1 Benchmark on November 4

TUESDAY: Introduction to Transcendentalism

Unit Goal:Write an essay that defines American Romanticism’s views of TRUTH AND KNOWLEDGE and examines their use of stylistic devices such as imagery, figures of speech, paradox and symbolism to communicate philosophical attitudes and themes.

Objective: Students can define features of American Transcendentalism as a cultural and intellectual movement that arose out of the historical context of the early 19th century.

Handouts: Emerson’s Transcendentalism Notes

HomeworkEnconters Final  due on November 4! Quarter 1 Benchmark on November 4

WEDNESDAY: QUARTER 1 BENCHMARK

THURSDAY: “NATURE” by Ralph Waldo Emerson

Unit Goal:Write an essay that defines American Romanticism’s views of TRUTH AND KNOWLEDGE and examines their use of stylistic devices such as imagery, figures of speech, paradox and symbolism to communicate philosophical attitudes and themes.

Objective: By reading and annotating Transcendentalist literature, students will be able to: 1.) identify author’s argument 2.) analyze the effect of imagery, figures of speech and symbolism to communicate views on NATURE.

AGENDA: 1. Read an annotate Nature as a class 2.  Complete SAYS MEANS MATTERS in PODS

Handouts: Emerson’s Transcendentalism Notes, SAYS MEANS MATTERS

Homework: Summarize “Nature,” in your Notebook

FRIDAY: “Self Reliance” by Ralph Waldo Emerson

Unit Goal:Write an essay that defines American Romanticism’s views of TRUTH AND KNOWLEDGE and examines their use of stylistic devices such as imagery, figures of speech, paradox and symbolism to communicate philosophical attitudes and themes.

Objective: By reading and annotating Transcendentalist literature, students will be able to: 1.) identify author’s argument 2.) analyze the effect of imagery, figures of speech and symbolism to communicate views on NATURE.

AGENDA: 1. Read an annotate “Self Reliance” in PODS

Handouts: Emerson’s Transcendentalism Notes

HomeworkSummarize & Complete SAYS MEANS MATTERS for “Self Reliance” in your Notebook, PROGRESS CHECK 2.1 on Monday!

English 3P Weekly Updates: 11.2-11.6 (BENCHMARKS WEDNESDAY!)

TrasnparentEyeballMONDAY: Introduction to Ralph Waldo Emerson

Unit Goal:Write an essay that defines American Romanticism’s views of TRUTH AND KNOWLEDGE and examines their use of stylistic devices such as imagery, figures of speech, paradox and symbolism to communicate philosophical attitudes and themes.

ObjectiveBy reading and annotating Transcendentalist literature, students will be able to: 1.) identify author’s argument 2.) analyze the effect of imagery, figures of speech and symbolism to communicate views on NATURE.

AGENDA: 1.  Turn in hard copy of Unit 1 Final Essays: Enconters Final 2. Romanticism Paragraph 3. Emerson’s Transcendentalism

Handouts: Notes.

HomeworkEnconters Final  due in GOOGLE CLASSROOM on November 2 (class code: d8dhl6) ! Quarter 1 Benchmark on November 4

TUESDAY: “NATURE” by Ralph Waldo Emerson

Unit Goal:Write an essay that defines American Romanticism’s views of TRUTH AND KNOWLEDGE and examines their use of stylistic devices such as imagery, figures of speech, paradox and symbolism to communicate philosophical attitudes and themes.

Objective: By reading and annotating Transcendentalist literature, students will be able to: 1.) identify author’s argument 2.) analyze the effect of imagery, figures of speech and symbolism to communicate views on NATURE.

AGENDA: 1. Read an annotate Nature 2.  Complete SAYS MEANS MATTERS in PODS

Handouts: Emerson’s Transcendentalism Notes, SAYS MEANS MATTERS

Homework: Summarize “Nature,” in your Notebook, Quarter 1 Benchmark on November 4

WEDNESDAY: QUARTER 1 BENCHMARK

THURSDAY: “Self Reliance” by Ralph Waldo Emerson

Unit Goal:Write an essay that defines American Romanticism’s views of TRUTH AND KNOWLEDGE and examines their use of stylistic devices such as imagery, figures of speech, paradox and symbolism to communicate philosophical attitudes and themes.

Objective: By reading and annotating Transcendentalist literature, students will be able to: 1.) identify author’s argument 2.) analyze the effect of imagery, figures of speech and symbolism to communicate views on NATURE.

AGENDA: 1. Read an annotate “Self Reliance”

Handouts: Emerson’s Transcendentalism Notes

Homework:Summarize “Self Reliance” in your Notebook

FRIDAY: Analyze METAPHOR in “Self Reliance” by Ralph Waldo Emerson

Unit Goal:Write an essay that defines American Romanticism’s views of TRUTH AND KNOWLEDGE and examines their use of stylistic devices such as imagery, figures of speech, paradox and symbolism to communicate philosophical attitudes and themes.

Objective: By reading and annotating Transcendentalist literature, students will be able to: 1.) identify author’s argument 2.) analyze the effect of imagery, figures of speech and symbolism to communicate views on NATURE.

AGENDA: Complete SAYS MEANS MATTERS with Partners

Handouts: Notes, SAYS MEANS MATTERS

Homework:Summarize “Self Reliance” in your Notebook, Progress Check 2.1 on Monday!