AP Seminar: Period 1
After completing ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHIES with 8-10 sources, AP Seminar Scholars will contextualize the problem and disciplinary lens in a clearly written INTRODUCTION.
Tuesday: 1.) Annotated Bibliography DUE in Google Class by 7 p.m. 2.) Report Back Prep 3.) Publish Research Question
Wednesday: TIMED WRITE #1
Thursday: Timed Write Revision
H.W. USE PEER FEEDBACK TO REVISE your INTRODUCTION
Friday: a.) Research Question b.) Body Paragraph Prep: Integrating Multiple Perspectives
Mexican American Literature and Culture: Period 2, 6
This week, we will compare ASSIMILATION, ACCULTURATION, AND RESISTANCE as themes in Mexican American Literature and Culture by participating in Philosophical Chairs Activity and watching “Inocente.”
Tuesday: 1. 3-2-1 Check In 2.) Philosophical Chairs Activity
Wednesday: Watch “Inocente” complete Cornell Notes
Thursday: Finish Philosophical Chairs Activity
Friday: 1.) Notebooks Self-Assesment 2.) What best represents your learning?
English 3P Honors: Period 3,4
This week we will talk back to CIVIL WAR ERA political thinkers by presenting a team speech and preparing for a poem recitation.
Tuesday: Counseling Unit
Wednesday: Work on Team Presentation
Thursday: IAB Exam
Friday: Team Presentations
H.W. Prepare for Recitation on Monday (for full 5 students must present at OPEN MIC)