This week in Ms. Alba’s Class 3.25-3.29

AP Seminar: Period 1

This week AP SEMINAR SCHOLARS will write the paragraphs that INTRODUCE your ARGUMENT and LENSES through which you will be investigating the problem you are addressing.  

MONDAY: IWA Introduction Timed Write

TUESDAY: IWA Introduction TIMED WRITE REVISIONS

H.W. Type Revisions continue adding to your Annotated Bibliography as NEEDED

WEDNESDAY: IWA LENSES Timed Write

THURSDAY: IWA Lenses REVISIONS

FRIDAY: IWA Roundtables

H.W. OVER THE BREAK WORK ON SOLUTIONS PARAGRAPHS (See Google Classroom for Writing Guide).

Mexican American Literature and Culture: Period 2 & 6

This week Mexican American Literature and Culture Scholars will complete IDENTITY CHAPTER of their class portfolio.

MONDAY: Type 1.) Dedication 2.) Table of Contents 3.) Chapter 1 Inspiration Quote 4.) Chapter 1 Introduction 5.) Poem #1

H.W. Attend one of the CESAR CHAVEZ WEEK EVENTS!  Take a photo that represents where you come from or what makes you, you.  This can be at school, your home, or in your community.  Think creatively and remember to be intentional throughout the process.  Due WEDNESDAY in Google Class!

TUESDAY: Choose an ANALYTICAL SUMMARY or RESPONSE from your NOTEBOOK and add that to your Portfolio.

WEDNESDAY: Finish Up Portfolio: Chapter 1

THURSDAY: Identity Symposium

FRIDAY: “Foreigners in their own land”

English 3P Honors: Period 3 & 4

MONDAY: The Awakening Progress Check 5.3 Peer Revisions

H.W. Finish The Awakening! Prepare for Unit Final

TUESDAY: The Awakening Expert Corners

WEDNESDAY: Literary Circles

THURSDAY: Socratic Chairs

FRIDAY: Unit Final Timed Write

This week in Ms. Alba’s Class 3.19-3.22

AP Seminar: Period 1

This week AP Seminar Scholars will write an annotated bibliography that includes a minimum of TWO AP Seminar Stimulus TEXTS and FOUR JOURNALISTIC SOURCES to formulate focus on TOPIC and develop a well-designed RESEARCH QUESTION.

MONDAY: 1. Q.U.E.S.T. Launch: Turn in Research Question Draft 2. IRR Final Read Around

TUESDAY: 1. IRR Final Read Around Part II 2.  Problem Definition: Performance Task 2 Problem Definition Template and Q.U.E.S.T.ion development.

WEDNESDAY (LATE START): IWA Process Reflection Part I Process Launch 2. Question Feedback:

A.) Focus—Specific variable/component of the phenomena (What SPECIFIC problem?) to be explored or measured?

B.) Scope— a specified time, place, population, genre (Who, Where, When?)

C.) Value— significance of your study (So what? who would want to know? why?)

D.) Feasibility— is your research do-able with the resources/time you have? (2,000 words= 7-8 pages)

E.) Language and Style: Grammatically Correct, Clearly Written, and Easy to understand?

THURSDAY: Build Annotated Bibliography DUE 3/25  (2 Stimulus Packet Sources, 3 NEWS Sources, 3 Online Magazine Sources, 4 Academic Journals)

FRIDAY:Build Annotated Bibliography DUE 3/25  (2 Stimulus Packet Sources, 3 NEWS Sources, 3 Online Magazine Sources, 4 Academic Journals)

Mexican American Literature: Period 2, 6

This week Mexican American Lit Scholars will write Ekphrastic Poems inspired by David Botello’s murals and Magnetic Poems inspired by Frank Mundo’s narrative.  

MONDAY: “Dream of Flight” by David Botello Analysis and Ekphrastic Poem

TUESDAY: Edit and Publish Ekphrastic Poems

WEDNESDAY (LATE START): Magnetic/ Black Out poems

THURSDAY: 1. Unit Reflection 2. Portfolio Build Up

FRIDAY: Portfolio Production

English 3P Honors: Period 3, 4

This week English 3P Honors will COMPARE FEATURES of PSYCHOLOGICAL REALISM in Kate Chopin’s The Awakening and “Story of an Hour.”

MONDAY: The Awakening Ch. I-XXII & The Lowest Animal Socratic Seminar

TUESDAY: Quarter 3 Benchmark

WEDNESDAY (LATE START): Introduction to Psychological Realism in “The Story of an Hour” by Kate Chopin: Video Analysis

H.W. Read & Write Chapter Summary Ch. XXII-XXIII of The Awakening by Kate Chopin by Friday, March 22.

THURSDAY: Literary Circles

FRIDAY: Progress Check 5.3

 

This week in Ms. Alba’s Class 3.11-3.15

AP Seminar: Period 1

This week in Ms. Alba’s Class we will finish Team Multimedia Presentation and use critical feedback to ensure that we meet College Board Rubric Requirements.

Monday: 1.) How to turn NERVES into ANXIETY 2.) Team Multimedia Presentation Prep: Alba‘s thinking while you present

PRESENTATIONS AFTER SCHOOL TODAY!  

Tuesday: 1.) Final IRR Rubric Read Around in Teams

Wednesday: Team Multimedia Presentation Reflection: TMP Rubric

Read PART 2 Stimulus Packet 2019 : Select TWO texts that sparked your interest and use Summary Template and prepare discuss on Friday’s Socratic Seminar

Thursday: IWA & IMP Outline: See pp. 1-4 of PART 2 Stimulus Packet 2019

Friday: Socratic Seminar: IWA Process Launch

Mexican American Literature: Period 2, 6

This week in Mexican American Literature, we will use views of identity in Frank Mundo’s “How I Became a Mexican” from the Ban This! Anthology, Rosario Castellano’s “Silence Concerning an Ancient Stone,” and David Botello’s Murals.

Monday: 1. “Silence Concerning an Ancient Stone” Image Analysis Slide Show

Tuesday: “Inocente” Film Screening: How does Inocente use art and creativity to build her sense of IDENTITY?

Wednesday: David Botello Mural Analysis & Ekphrastic Poems

Thursday: How I Became a Mexican: Black Out Poems

Friday: Write Ekphrastic Poems inspired by David Botello Murals

English 3P Honors: Period 3, 4

This week in English 3P Honors, we will analyze REALIST features in Jack London’s “To Build a Fire” and Ch. 1-10 of Kate Chopin’s The Awakening, and Mark Twain’s “The Lowest Animal”.

Monday: 1. Expert Corners and Literary Circles for Ch. 1-X of The Awakening by Kate Chopin

Tuesday: 1.) Progress Check 5.2

H.W. Read & Summarize Ch. XI-XII by Monday 3/18 

Wednesday: Progress Check 5.2: Progress Check Revision

Thursday: 1. Pre-Reading: Mark Twain Notes, Mark Twain Background Video 2. Read and Annotate: “The Lowest Animal”

FridayPost-Reading: Complete Dialectical Journal to identify Twain’s use Ethos, Pathos, and LogosLiterary Circles evaluate Naturalist Elements of “The Lowest Animal”

H.W.

This week in Ms. Alba’s Class 3.4-3.8

AP Seminar: Period 1

This week in Ms. Alba’s Class we will develop our Team Multimedia Presentation and receive critical feedback to ensure that we meet College Board Rubric Requirements.

Monday: 1.) TMP Close Analysis: What do they do? How do they do it? 2.) Team Multimedia Presentation Prep: Alba‘s thinking while you present

Tuesday: 1.) Use IRR Rubric Read Around in Teams 2.) Team Multimedia Presentation Prep: Alba‘s thinking while you present

Wednesday (Late Start): Team Multimedia Presentation Prep: TMP Rubric

Thursday: Use PVLEG to Prepare for Dress Rehearsal #1 H.W. Final Presentations Afterschool on Monday 3/11

Friday: Dress Rehearsal #2 H.W. USE ACOVA to prep Final Presentations Afterschool on Monday 3/11

Mexican American Literature: Period 2, 6

This week in Mexican American Literature, we will analyze views of identity in Frank Mundo’s “How I Became a Mexican” from the Ban This! Anthology, Rosario Castellano’s “Silence Concerning an Ancient Stone,” and David Botello’s Murals.

Monday: 1. “What does the short story “Senior Picture Day” reveal about the narrator’s identity and her relationship to an “Indian” heritage?” Response 2.) Read “How I Became a Mexican” by Frank Mundo

Tuesday: Summarize “How I Became a Mexican” by Frank Mundo

Wednesday: “Silence Concerning an Ancient Stone” by Rosario Castellanos: Silence Concerning an Ancient Stone Notes

Thursday: “Making Sense of Poetry for Rosario Castellanos’ poem “Silence Concerning and Ancient Stone”: ” One Pager

Friday: Write Ekphrastic Poems inspired by David Botello Murals:

English 3P Honors: Period 3, 4

This week in English 3P Honors, we will learn the features of Realist art and literature and analyze those features in Jack London’s “To Build a Fire” and Ch. 1-10 of Kate Chopin’s The Awakening.

Monday: 1. Introduction to Realism:  What is reality according to Plato’s Allegory of the Cave ?2.) Introduction to RealismVideo Introduction to Realism

Tuesday: 1.) Video Introduction to Realism Introduction to The Awakening by Kate Chopin

Wednesday: Naturalist Features and an Introduction to The Awakening by Kate Chopin Read The Awakening

Thursday: Literary Circles

Friday: Progress Check 5.1 on Monday