AP Seminar: Period 1
This week, AP Seminar Scholars will COMPLETE Individual Research Report Rubric and present FINAL Team Multi-Media Presentation.
Monday: Dress Rehearsal Debriefs and Feedback Roundtable Discussions
Tuesday: Presentation Prep and Checklist TMP Rubric
Presentations After School: Nuclear Power, Poverty, Censorship
Wednesday: Revise Final Draft of IRR (IRR Rubric)
Thursday: Revise Final Draft of IRR (IRR Rubric)
Presentations After School: Immigration, Gender Inequality, and Suicide
English 3P Honors: Period 2, 5, 6
This week, students will define Naturalism and explore the features of this literary/ cultural movement by analyzing its features in Jack London’s short story “To Build a Fire” and Ch. XI- XXI of The Awakening by Kate Chopin.
Monday: Progress Check 5.1: Realism and the Works of Jacob Riis
Tuesday: Progress Check: Peer Review
Wednesday: Introduction to Naturalism in the work of Jack London I. Pre-Reading: Introduction to Jack London:Background & Influence II. Characteristics of Naturalism III. To Build a Fire by Jack London (331-346)
Thursday: Coffeehouse Discussion- What THEME is communicated by Jack London in “To Build a Fire”?
This week, creative writers will write creative non-fiction inspired by memories connected to senses.
Monday: 1.) Song in My Head 2.) Reflect, Respond, and Discuss Quote by Scott Walker
Tuesday: 1.) Don’t Know Why I Remember 2.) Lerman Process 3.) Preface to Zen in the Art of Writing by Ray Bradbury
Wednesday: 1.) Writers’ Confession 2.) from East of Eden by John Steinbeck 3.) I am a camera… writing exercise
Thursday: Writing Production Day
Friday: Process Day