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
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
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