Mexican American Literature: Period 1
This week, Mexican American Literature Scholars will define IDENTITY TERMS and apply these to philosophical chairs discussion and analysis of Al Madrigal’s “Half Like Me.”
Monday: “Why Ethnic Studies Matter” by Ron Espiritu: Dialectical Journal
Tuesday: “Why not Ethnic Studies” PBS NewsHour: Dialectical Journal
Wednesday: Philsophical Chairs (Handout)
Thursday: Finish Philsophical Chairs (Handout) Start “Half Like Me” by Al Madrigal
AP Seminar: Period 2 & 3
This week we will QUESTION and EXPLORE previous learning about effective teams and UNDERSTAND and ANALYZE interests to identify a TOPIC for performance task 1 Team Multimedia Presentation.
Monday: 1. Group Folders 2. Identify the problem with your Topic 3.) QFT with PROBLEM FOCUS
Tuesday: 1. Write Research Purpose Statement
Wednesday: Finalize Research Question
Thursday: Research Day 1.) Report Back on Article 2.) H.W. Find three articles and use SOAPS or Summary Template to Add to Annotated Bibliography
English 3P Honors: Period 5 & 6
This week we will compare views of FREEDOM communicated by speeches by Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass by writing comparative summaries, writing dialogue poems, and discussing the relevance of their ideas to contemporary American culture and society.
Monday: 1. The New Birth of Freedom: Notes 2.) Close Read “Second Inaugural Address” by Abraham Lincoln and complete TPCCC Analysis that also evaluates the use of RHETORICAL TRIANGLE A New Birth of Freedom: Lincoln Douglass
Tuesday: 1. Complete TPCCC Analysis 2. Frederick Douglass Background 3. Read What to the Slave is the Fourth of July by Frederick Douglass: complete TPCCC Analysis that also evaluates the use of RHETORICAL TRIANGLE.
Wednesday: Finish Reading What to the Slave is the Fourth of July by Frederick Douglass: complete TPCCC Analysis that also evaluates the use of RHETORICAL TRIANGLE.
Thursday: Write a Compare and Contrast Summary of Lincoln and Douglass