Weekly Updates: 12.11-12.15

AP Seminar:

This week, Seminar Scholars will explore local issues of POWER by presenting photo essays, formulating research questions using QUESTION FORMULATION TECHNIQUE and writing an annotated bibliography that launches research report.  

Monday: 1. Michel Foucault roundtable discussions 2.) Zimbardo Prison Study Video to instigate a Questioning of POWER from Multiple Perspectives Discussion

H.W. Portraits of Power Photo Essay: Take a series of 5 pictures that will compose a collection of what you believe are images of power in your surrounding community.  Give the collection a title and write an artists statement that reveals your PERSPECTIVE on POWER and how the images you collected communicated these. See GOOGLE CLASS FOR TEMPLATE. 

Tuesday: 1.) Turn in Photo Essays 2.) Zimbardo Prison Study Video to instigate a Questioning of POWER from Multiple Perspectives Discussion

Wednesday (Late Start): 1.) Photo Essay Share Out 2.) QFT Session 2

Thursday: 1.) Introduction to IRR and Group Presentations 2.) Annotated Bibliography #1: Choose three sources from class that best help you begin to answer your focus questions and complete RAVEN ANALYSIS.

Friday: 1.) Introduction to IRR and Group presentations 2.) Introduction to EBSCOHost Database 3.) Annotated Bibliography Draft 2  Due on Monday

English 3P Honors:

This week we will explore the influence of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s ideas on Henry David Thoreau  by reading from “Walden.” 

Monday: 1.) Progress Check Revisions H.W. Read 11-15 of The Scarlet Letter and write Chapter Summary : (Summary Template) 

Tuesday: 1. The Scarlet Letter Summary Check (Summary Template) 2.) Introduction to Henry David Thoreau 3.) Read and Annotate “Walden” pp. 209 in the Textbook (BRING TEXTBOOKS) (Notes)

H.W. Read Ch. 17-20 of The Scarlet Letter and Evaluate the evolution of Hester Prynne and compare her to the male characters’ development (Dimmesdale and Chillingsworth) What Romantic ideals and beliefs does the comparison reveal?

Wednesday (Late Start): Finish “Walden”

Thursday: “Walden” Says Means Matters

Friday: Progress Check 3.2

Mexican American Literature:

This week we will compare the corridos of Joaquin Murrieta and Gregorio Cortez and hear from author Frank Mundo.

Monday: 1.) SSR: Into the Beautiful North 2.) Finish The Head of Joaquin Murrieta by John Valadez

Tuesday: El Corrido de Gregorio Cortez: (The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez Notes)

Wednesday: Comparative Summary Gregorio Cortez and Joaquin Murrieta

Thursday: El Corrido de Gregorio Cortez Film

Friday: Guest Speaker Frank Mundo

Weekly Updates: 12.4-8

Period 1 AP Seminar: This week, scholars will understand and analyze perspectives on power dynamics.

Monday: 1.) Introduction to Niccolo Machiavelli: Background Video 2.) Read from The Prince in Reading the World, pp. 405-413  (Support Source: The Prince Summary) 3. Lines of Communication

H.W. Prepare for Socratic Seminar on Perspectives on Power on Monday: ANNOTATED ARTICLES“5 basic skills of power and how you can learn to use them” by Kate Torgovnik and Why Power Corrupts” and DISCUSSION QUESTIONS Required to participate.

Tuesday: Socratic Seminar on Power

H.W. In YOUR NOTEBOOKs, select two pieces that best help you understand POWER and write a  SUMMARY that compares PERSPECTIVES on power that the texts depict and Follow it up with a RESPONSE paragraph that reveals your own perspective on the TOPIC.  

Wednesday: 1. Liu, Eric. “Why Ordinary People Need to Understand Power.” TED, September 2013.

Thursday:  I.  Pre-Reading: Comparative Summary and Responses to perspectives on power 2.) Expert Roundtables: Michel Foucault’s Power/Knowledge 3.) Zimbardo Prison Study Video to instigate a Questioning of POWER from Multiple Perspectives Discussion

Friday2.) Expert Roundtables: Michel Foucault’s Power/Knowledge 3.) Zimbardo Prison Study Video to instigate a Questioning of POWER from Multiple Perspectives Discussion

H.W. Portraits of Power Photo Essay: Take a series of 5 pictures that will compose a collection of what you believe are images of power in your surrounding community.  Give the collection a title and write an artists statement that reveals your PERSPECTIVE on POWER and how the images you collected communicated these. See GOOGLE CLASS FOR TEMPLATE. DUE MONDAY 12/11

English 3P Honors: This week students will explore AMERICAN ROMANTICISM and identify this cultural movement’s philosophical and aesthetic features in The Scarlet Letter and Emerson’s “Self-Reliance” and “Nature”.

Monday: 1.) Define Romanticism after Introduction to American Romanticism 2.) Chapter Summaries for The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne 2.) The Scarlet Letter Literary Circles

Tuesday: I. Pre-Reading: Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Emerson’s Transcendentalism NotesMood Words II. Reading “Self-Reliance” and “Nature

H.W. Read and Summarize Ch. 6-10 by Friday: Chapter 6-10: How does the town view Pearl? Why? What Romantic ideals does this reveal? 

Wednesday: I. Reading “Self-Reliance” and “Nature

Thursday: Post Reading:  Say Means Matters Template for “Nature”, Says Means Matters Template for “Self Reliance”

Friday: Progress Check 3.1 I. Can you define Romanticism?  II. Can you define Transcendentalism and identify its features by comparing the works of Ralph Waldo Emerson?  III. Can you identify Romantic views through the plot and characters introduced in in Ch. 1-10 of The Scarlet Letter?

H.W. Read and Summarize Ch. 11-16: Compare how the Scarlet Letter worn by Hester Prynne has affected the subordinate characters in these chapters.

Period 3: Mexican American Literature and Culture will learn what makes a CORRIDO a COUNTERNARRATIVE for the voice of the subaltern and why Americo Paredes turned it into a form for scholarly study.   

Monday: 1.) Into the Beautiful North Silent Reading 2.) Introduction to Terms of Study 3.) Americo Paredes Background Paragraph 4.) What is a corrido? Why study it?

Tuesday: 1.) Corridos Quick Analysis 2.) Americo Paredes Background Paragraph 3) Joaquin Murrieta Lyrics Analysis

Wednesday: 1.) El Corrido de Joaquin Murrieta SOAPS analysis

Thursday: The Head of Joaquin Murrieta Documentary

Friday: El Corrido de Gregorio Cortez SOAPS ANALYSIS

Weekly Updates: 11.27-12.1

AP Seminar: This week, scholars will build on background knowledge and use QUESTION FORMULATION TECHNIQUE to analyze art and power dynamics.

MONDAY: Non-Student Day

TUESDAY: 1. Debate Reflection and Introduction to Question Formulation Technique : Form

H.W. Read “5 basic skills of power and how you can learn to use them” by Kate Torgovnik and Why Power Corrupts” by Christopher Shea to Prepare for Socratic Seminar on MONDAY during which we will discuss these articles along with activities from class.  Notebooks due on Friday!!!

WEDNESDAY:1. Question Formulation Technique to  Form 2. Introduction to Perspectives on Power Unit:  “Frontispiece to Thomas Hobbes’s Leviathan, 1651”. OPTIC ANALYSIS

THURSDAY: 1.) 2. Introduction to Perspectives on Power Unit:  “Frontispiece to Thomas Hobbes’s Leviathan, 1651”. OPTIC Analysis

FRIDAY: 1.) Introduction to Niccolo Machiavelli: Background Video 2.) Read from The Prince (Support Source: The Prince Summary) 3. Lines of Communication

H.W. Prepare for Socratic Seminar on Perspectives on Power on Monday: ANNOTATED ARTICLES“5 basic skills of power and how you can learn to use them” by Kate Torgovnik and Why Power Corrupts” and DISCUSSION QUESTIONS Required to participate.

English 3P Honors: This week students will explore the historical and social context which inspired AMERICAN ROMANTICISM and define this cultural movement’s philosophical and aesthetic features.

MONDAY: Non-Student Day

TUESDAY: 1.1. Debate Reflection and Assessment 2. Introduction to Romanticism: Concept Attainment

H.W. Watch Nathaniel Hawthorne and The Scarlet Letter background videos and write Background Paragraph in Notebook as entry 11.29 NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE & THE SCARLET LETTER BACKGROUND PARAGRAPH.  Notebooks due FRIDAY. Read and Ch. 1-5 of The Scarlet Letter by MONDAY 12. 4 and complete Chapter Summary that answers focus question: Who is Hester Prynne? What are her character traits?  How do these chapters reveal the qualities of the ROMANTIC HERO?

WEDNESDAY: 1.) Introduction to American Romanticism: Concept Attainment

THURSDAY:  1.) Introduction to Ralph Waldo Emerson and Transcendentalism 2.) Read “Nature” and analyze using Says Means Matters

FRIDAY: 1.) “Self Reliance” by Ralph Waldo Emerson: Close Read 2.) Notebooks turned in

Mexican American Literature and Culture

American Progress by John Gast

MONDAY: NON STUDENT DAY

TUESDAY: 1. “American Progress” by John Gast & “Never Forget”  by Lalo Alcaraz

WEDNESDAY: 1.) Lalo Alcaraz Background Video 2.)  Comparative Analysis of “American Progress” and “Never Forget”

THURSDAY: 1.) Mexican American War and Manifest Destiny Four Square Discussion

FRIDAY:  Introduction to Corrido as Counternarrative

Weekly Updates 11.13-11.17

AP Seminar: Period 1 This week, we will TRANSMIT arguments about the relationship between Education and Inequality in a FORMAL DEBATE.  

MONDAY:

  1. What is an Annotated Bibliography: How to video and Annotated Bibliography Guide (PDF) and Sample Annotated Bibliography

2. Review Debate Procedures and Agenda 3. Prep Debate Outline

H.W. Debate Outline (GROUP) Annotated Bibliography w/ 2 hard copies of sources Stapled (Individual) Due on Debate Day 11/ 14-16

TUESDAY:Annotated Bibliography Guide (PDF) and Sample Annotated Bibliography

Wednesday: Debate Day 1 Business Casual Attire Encouraged to Practice Professionalism.

Thursday: Debate Day 2: Business Casual Attire Encourage to Practice Professionalism

Friday: Section I Part B Practice Test

English 3P Honors: Period 2,5, 6

This week we will…TRANSMIT arguments about Building a Democracy in a FORMAL DEBATE.  

MONDAY:

  1. What is an Annotated Bibliography: How to video and Annotated Bibliography Guide (PDF) and Sample Annotated Bibliography

2. Review Debate Procedures and Agenda 3. Prep Debate Outline

H.W. Debate Outline (GROUP) Annotated Bibliography w/ 2 hard copies of sources Stapled (Individual) Due on Debate Day 11/ 14-16

TUESDAY:Annotated Bibliography Guide (PDF) and Sample Annotated Bibliography

Wednesday: Debate Day 1 Business Casual Attire Encouraged to Practice Professionalism: Group Debate Rubric, Individual Rubric

Thursday: Debate Day 1 Business Casual Attire Encouraged to Practice Professionalism: Group Debate Rubric, Individual Rubric

Friday: District Writing Assessment

Mexican American Literature and Culture: Period 2

This week we will be discussing PERSPECTIVES on the Mexican American War and the effect of Manifest Destiny Mexican American identity and culture.  

Monday: 1. Complete Cornell Notes: Foreigners in their Own Land (EQ: How did natives become Foreigners in their Own Land?)

Tuesday: Finish: Foreigners in their Own Land With Groups and Write a Summary

Wednesday: 1.  Foreigners Reflection and Summary Share Out 2.) Introduction to Manifest Destiny

Thursday: Compare John Gast and Lalo Alcaraz’s views on Manifest Destiny

Friday: Write a Comparative Summary of Gast and Alacaraz’s artistic depiction of Manifest Deestiny.

Weekly Updates 11.6-11.10 (Late Start on Wednesday & No School on Friday)

AP Seminar: Period 1

Monday:1.) Wrap up Legal Brief  Close Read: How to read a case 

Tuesday: 1.) Roundtable Discussion: “Resolved Inmates Make Tough Debaters” as Introduction to Debate Process 2.) Evaluate Debate: Bullied to Death 

Wednesday (Late Start): 1.) Team Assignments 3.) Debate Team Process & Prep.)  “Educational Equity: What does it mean? How do we know when we reach it?

Thursday: 1.) Debate Prep: Research Position 2.) Debates will be on Tuesday 3.) Individual Annotated Bibliographies will be turned in on Debate DAY!

English 3P Honors: Period 2,5,6

Monday: 1.) Building A Democracy Learning Stations Day 2: Close Read for Claim & Rhetorical Triangle and Complete SOAPS

Tuesday: 1.) Building A Democracy Learning Stations Day 3: Close Read for Claim & Rhetorical Triangle and Complete SOAPS

Wednesday (Late Start):as Introduction to Debate Process 2.) Evaluate Debate: Bullied to Death 

Thursday: 1.) Debate Prep 2.) Debates will be on Monday 3.) Individual Defenses and Reflection will be turned in on Tuesday 11/14

Mexican American Literature and Culture

MondayIdentity Unit Portfolio Turn In

Tuesday: I. Pre-ReadingCornell Notes Guide and Instructions. II.  Reading: Foreigners in their Own Land

Wednesday: Foreigners in their Own Land: Analytical Summary

Thursday: I.  Pre-Reading: Art Analysis, “American Progress” by John Gast II. Reading:

“Never Forget” by Lalo Alcaraz III.  Post Reading: Comparative Summary

Debate Preparation, Procedure, and Process

DEBATE PROCEDURE

The debate format will be as follows. We will have two teams, one presenting an argument for a position stated in a GIVEN STATEMENT and one arguing against it. Each team will be given 3 minutes for an initial presentation, an additional 4 minutes for substantiating the argument, and a final 2 minutes to present a rebuttal of the other team’s argument.
Each STATEMENT will be debated by a panel of six students: three “pro” and three “con.” Each team should begin by assigning a primary responsibility to three team members, as follows:
1. PRESENT ARGUMENT
The debate will begin with each side giving a three-minute presentation that summarizes the team’s position. One team member will deliver this statement for his or her team by bringing up, point by point, each of the claims that comprise the team’s argument. While it will be one person’s responsibility to deliver the argument, it is up to the whole team to define the main points.
As a team, begin by preparing a written outline of these points. This outline may be used by the presenter, but the statement should be delivered in a conversational manner, rather than as a scripted reading.
2. PROVIDE EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT ARGUMENT
This is the substantive part of the argument. Each team on the panel will be given 5 minutes for substantiating each of the points provided in their team’s argument, and citing relevant research to back up each statement given in the initial presentation. In general, all statements should be identified clearly as either fact or opinion, and all statements of fact should be verified with evidence.
In the class time provided, team members will begin finding facts to support the team’s claims. In addition, each team member will be responsible for researching a fact or supporting a point for homework.  You will turn in an annotated bibliography to show your individual contribution to the research. Remember that any proof the team provides will be attacked by the opposition in the final step of the debate, so it must be backed up with strong supporting data and a balance of ETHOS, PATHOS, AND LOGOS.
As in the initial presentation, speaking in a conversational style from prepared notes is preferred over reading verbatim from a script.
3. REBUTTAL
After the team has offered its support for its arguments, each team will have five minutes to refute the opposing team’s argument. Probe the opposite team’s evidence for weaknesses (insufficient data, weak sources, inconclusive or illogical arguments, etc.). While one person will deliver the rebuttal, the whole team should keep track of the opposition’s points and evidence, and then, during a “working break,” gather the points for a rebuttal as a team.

 

SUMMARY OF DEBATE FORMAT
A coin toss at the beginning of each debate will decide who will begin the debate, but in general, the format is as follows:
-The “pro” team defines the points of its argument (3 minutes).
-The “con” team defines its team’s counterpoints (3 minutes).
-The “pro” team delivers evidence to substantiate its argument (4 minutes).
-The “con” team substantiates its argument (4 minutes).
-Working break: 3 minutes.
-The “pro” rebuttal seeks to refute the “con” argument (2 minutes).
-The “con” rebuttal seeks to refute the “pro” argument (2 minutes).

RESOURCES:

  1. TEAM DEBATES: Directions (PDF)
  2. Debate Rubric
  3. Logical Fallacies: Thou Shall Not Commit Logical Fallacies
  4. What is an Annotated Bibliography: How to video and Annotated Bibliography Guide (PDF) and Sample Annotated Bibliography
  5. Debate Support Resources:
    1. National Speech and Debate Association
    2. Debate Central by National Center for Policy Analysis
    3. The Great Debate
  6. Debate Reflection

Weekly Updates: 10.30-11.3 *Note: This Week is End of the Quarter, NB, Unit Portfolios & Midterm Essay Due Friday!

AP Seminar: Period 1

Announcements: Notebook Due Friday! Sign Up Walk In My Shoes Field Trip On November 17th

Monday: 1.) Stats and Data Review: Stanford’s CEPA “Racial and Ethnic Achievement Gaps” Presentations  (Tools: Sample Sentence Starters Template

Tuesday: 1.) Watch: He Named Me Malala 2.) Notes: EQ What arguments about Educational Inequality does the documentary reveal through Malala’s story? What connections does this documentary make with what we have been learning?

Wednesday: 1.)Summarizing Statements for: Tale of Two Districts  2.)Mendez v. Westminster Legal Brief Analysis & Summary

Thursday:1.) New Groups Read and Analyze “Educational Equity: What does it mean? How do we know when we reach it?

Friday: 1.) Quick Read: “Resolved Inmates Make Tough Debaters” as Introduction to Debate Process 2.) Evaluate Debate: Bullied to Death 3.) Debate Team Process & Prep

English 3P Honors: Period 2, 5, 6

Announcements: Revised Literary Analysis on The Namesake Notebooks Due Friday (Essay Sample, Revision Checklist & Revision Reflection, MLA Guides), Walk In My Shoes Field Trip On November 17th

Monday: Quarter 3 Benchmark

Tuesday: 1.) Complete Says-Means-Matters, SOAPS, Comparative Summmary on The Constitution and “Declaration of Independence” 

Wednesday: 1.) Building A Democracy Learning Stations Introduction

Thursday: 1.) Learning Stations Day 2

Friday: 1.) Notebook Reflection 2.) Literary Analysis Essay Due: Turnitin Tutorial 2.) Learning Stations Day 3

Mexican American Literature & Culture Period 3

Announcements: Unit Portfolio and Notebooks Due Friday, Chicanx/Latinx College Day November 3, Walk In My Shoes Field Trip On November 17th

Monday: Identity Unit Portfolio Poetry Stations

Tuesday: “Book of Life” Directed by Guillermo del Toro

Wednesday: Dead Writers Day Exhibit Preparation

Thursday: Dead Writers Day

Friday: Portfolio Share Out and Reading

EBSCO HOST Information and Tutorial

Covering a wide array of subject areas from the arts and multicultural studies to the STEM subjects, Advanced Placement Source offers students the essential research materials to achieve academic success in honors, AP or IB programs. This database is the only AP-focused multidisciplinary product on the market.

The database is available via EBSCOhost or Explora, EBSCO’s engaging interface for schools and public libraries. In addition, most records in the database include Lexile Measures, which provide educators with an estimate of the search result’s reading difficulty and the approximate reading ability level required for comprehension.

 

Other resources:

Step by Step Guide from Georgia State University Library: LINK

Weekly Updates: 10.23-10.27

Period 1: AP Seminar will be Analyzing Line of Reasoning in various texts.

Monday: 1) Shakespeare’s Sister” Says Does Because 2.) Presentations on what Virginia Woolf Says, how she does it and why in her essay “Shakespeare’s Sister.”

H.W.) Revised Section 1 A Due Friday, 10/ 27, 

Tuesday: 1.) Presentations on what Virginia Woolf Says, how she does it and why in her essay “Shakespeare’s Sister.”

Wednesday: 1.) Mendez v. Westminster Historical Background: “A Tale of Two Schools”  & Legal Brief

Thursday: Statistics Lesson from Minh Ho: Minh is a Ph.D. student in Social Research Methodology (SRM). Her research interests focus on measurement and program evaluation issues in high school through college. Prior to graduate school, Minh was a teacher, career and college transition specialist, program coordinator, and teacher coach in Los Angeles. Minh has M.A. degrees in special education and higher education.

FridayEducational Equity “What does it Mean? How do we know when we reach it?” Research Brief by the Center for Public Education

H.W.  1. After Watching Paulo Freire Background Video Create a Circle Map to identify influence of background on bias. 2.) Read and annotate Excerpt “Pedagogy of the Oppressed” for what is SAYS, DOES, AND WHY and complete the SUMMARY.  Excited to see you on Saturday for the show at South Coast Repertory Theater.  🙂 

 Period 2, 5, 6: English 3P Honors will be REVISING Literary Analysis Essay and presenting on the influence of PURITANS and RATIONALISTS on foundational American documents.

Monday: 1.) Unit Final Essay Revision

Tuesday: 1.) Midterm ESSAY FINAL DRAFT CHECKLIST and Revision Reflection 2.)a. Barbara Jordan Quote Analysis b. “A New American Nation” p. 109-110 & “Democracy 4 Square Discussion“ Prep Work

H.W.) Quarter Benchmark October 30th, Revised Literary Analysis Essay Due Friday, November 3, 

Wednesday: 1.Democracy 4 Square Discussion

Thursday: Videos: “The Presidents: Jefferson Writes the Declaration of Independence” & Schoolhouse Rocks: Fireworks 2. Close Read and Compare ideas of government in “Declaration of Independence” and “The Constitution”

FridayCompare and Contrast Summary

Mexican American Literature and Culture Period 3: Analyzing how Mexican American literature and art depicts the relationship between identity and indigenous ancestry.

Monday: 1.) Unit Final Portfolio on Identity Day 1: Summarize and respond to favorite text or Finish Found Image Poems

H.W. Chicanx/ Latinx Day Conference Field Trip Nov. 3 Permission Slip

Tuesday: Guest Speaker Walter Muneton

Wednesday:Unit Final Portfolio on Identity Day 2: Write a poem

Thursday: 4.  Unit Final Portfolio on Identity Day 3: Create Cover and Reflection on Unit

Friday: Honoring the gone ones that live on…

Weekly Updates: 10.16-10.20

Period 1: AP Seminar: Contextualizing Bias and Analyzing Multiple perspectives on Educational Inequality

Monday: 1.) Notebook Set-UP 2). RSVP to Gem of The Ocean by August Wilson @ South Coast Repertory October 28 3.) “Read Between the Lines” Mural by David Botello: Thesis Analysis (What does the artist want? Why does he want it?

Tuesday:  1.) Watch Biography Video and Read “Theme for English B” by Langston Hughes(SOAPS)

H.W. Virginia Woolf Biography 2.) Read “Shakespeare’s Sister” in Reading the World pp. 46-51  E.Q.  What ideas does Woolf convey about educational inequalities by imagining Shakespeare’s equally talented sister? 

Wednesday: 1.) Virginia Woolf Biography 2.) SummarizeShakespeare’s Sister” by Virginia Woolf (SOAPS)

Thursday: 1.)Virginia Woolf (SOAPS) 2.) Virginia Woolf Quaker Read 3.)Shakespeare’s SisterSays Does Because

Paulo Friere Background 2.) Read Excerpt “Pedagogy of the Oppressed”

Friday: Mendez v. Westminster Historical Background

English 3P Honors Period 2, 5, 6: Analyzing how authors use characters communicate THEME.  

Monday: 1.) 1.) Notebook Set-UP 2). RSVP to Gem of The Ocean by August Wilson @ South Coast Repertory October 28 2). The Namesake Literary CIrcles Jhumpa Lahiri

Tuesday: 1.) Interview with Jhumpa Lahiri : Prepare questions for the author

H.W.) Socratic Seminar Prep: Write Questions along with page references and answers in your notebook

Wednesday: Socratic Seminar #3: Assimilation in The Namesake

Thursday: 1.) Socratic Seminar Reflection 2.) Timed Write Essay Outline (Essay Presentation) Writing Focus Thesis Statement (Sample Literary Analysis THESIS)

Friday: The Namesake Unit Final focus on how plot, characters and conflict reveal THEME.

Mexican American Literature and Culture Period 3: Analyzing how Mexican American literature and art depicts the relationship between identity and indigenous ancestry.

Monday: 1.) David Botello Background 2.) Analyze David Botello Murals: “Read Between the Lines” & “Dream of Flight”

Tuesday: 2.) Dream of Flight Analysis

Wednesday: 1.) Use Botello Murals to write Found Image Poems.

Thursday: Guest Speaker: Dr. Paul Apodaca

Friday: Sustained Reading “Into the Beautiful North” by Luis Alberto Urrea