Monday 8/31

Tuesday 9/1

Wednesday 9/2

Thursday 9/3

Friday 9/4

PIR Days

1st Day

Pass out textbooks

   and notebook

   organizers

Go over classroom

   rules and

   expectations

Talk about goals for

   high school

Beginning of year

   benchmark test

Complete benchmark

   test

Finish covering books

Identify a job that you

   could see yourself

   wanting in the future

   -make a list of things

    you need to do now

    in high school to

    be qualified for that

    job

Write short essay about

   what you need to do

   to be successful

Monday 9/7

Tuesday 9/8

Wednesday 9/9

Thursday 9/10

Friday 9/11

LABOR DAY

Library

Big question vocabulary

   for Unit 1 pg. 1-3

Turn in Big Question

   Vocabulary

Finish reading elements

   of Fiction and Non

   Fiction pgs. 6-15

Read Central Idea in

   Non-Fiction and

   model story pg. 16-21

Read Writing coach

   pg. 294-296

Do 1-20 evens as

  Homework

Correct 1-20 as class

Concrete, Abstract, &

   Collective noun

   activity

HW: Wks Common and

   proper nouns

   pg. 14-15

Monday 9/12

Tuesday 9/13

Wednesday 9/14

Thursday 9/15

Friday 9/16

Vocabulary Warm Up

   “The Washwoman”

Read “The

   Washwoman” and

   complete the Literary

   Analysis: Narrative

   Essay as you read

   and use clues from

   the story to make

   predictions

HW: pg. 35-36

Read “The

    Washwoman”

Complete Narrative

   Essay worksheet as

   we read

Do Critical Thinking

   Questions at end

   of story

Bell Ringer: Integrated

   Language Skills

   Grammar

   “Washwoman”

Prefixes and suffixes

   fore-, con-, -tion,

   -ate

Open book test over

   “Washwoman” with

   a partner

Read “New Directions”

   as class

Read writing an

   anecdote pg. 41 and

   do prewriting for

   narrative essay (keep

   in notebook)

Handwrite personal

   anecdote wks pg. 58

TEACHER PIR

   NO SCHOOL

Monday 9/21

Tuesday 9/22

Wednesday 9/23

Thursday 9/24

Friday 9/25

Vocabulary warm up

   for “Cask of

   Amontillado”

Grammar: Pronouns

   pg. 298 in Writing

   Coach

HW: pg. 302 1-20 all

Reading Warm Up for

   “Cask”

Begin Reading “Cask”

EARLY OUT

Finish reading “Cask”

Reading ahead to

   make predictions and

   vocabulary builder

   pg. 93-94

Partner re-read “Cask”

Critical thinking at end

   of story 1-4

Enrichment: Coat of

   Arms wks

Selection test over

   “Cask”

Monday 9/28

Tuesday 9/29

Wednesday 9/30

Thursday 10/1

Friday 10/2

Write critique over a

   story element from

   “Cask of Amontillado”

Library

Finish writing critique

   of “Cask of

   Amontillado”

Concrete and Abstract

   nouns

   pg. 16-17 together

   as class

Possessive nouns

   pg. 18-19

Word plexer extra

   credit sheets

TEACHER PIR
  NO SCHOOL

Monday 10/5

Tuesday 10/6

Wednesday 10/7

Thursday 10/8

Friday 10/9

Begin planning for

   Autobiographical

   Narrative Essay

Library

Begin writing

   autobiographical

   narrative

EARLY OUT

Finish writing

   autobiographical

   narrative

Reading for information

   read recipe and

   how to instructions

WKS: Reading to

   perform a task

Elements of editing an

   essay

Peer edit          

   autobiographical

   essays

Monday 10/12

Tuesday 10/13

Wednesday 10/14

Thursday 10/15

Friday 10/16

Literary Analysis

   Packet: Narrative

   Essay, Plot and

   Conflict, Point of

   View

HW: pg. 2-7

Library

Vocab warm-up for

   “Checkouts” and “The

   Girl Who Can”

Begin reading stories

Finish reading

   “Checkouts and

   “The Girl Who Can”

Compare two

   literary works chart

   and prewrite

NO SCHOOL
  STATE MEA

   CONFERENCE

NO SCHOOL
  STATE MEA

   CONFERENCE

Monday 10/19

Tuesday 10/20

Wednesday 10/21

Thursday 10/22

Friday 10/23

Jeopardy study game

   for Benchmark Test

   1

Finish Jeopardy Review

Benchmark Test 1

Early Out

Library

Finish Benchmark 1

   Test

Bell Ringer

Roots and Suffixes

   -fin-, -term-, -able,

   -ive pg. 36-37

Literary Elements:

   Author’s Voice

   pg. 26-27

Summarizing Activity

   with the story

   “Checkouts”

Monday 10/26

Tuesday 10/27

Wednesday 10/28

Thursday 10/29

Friday 10/30

Personal and Reflexive

   Pronouns pg. 298

   in Writing Coach

   1-20 as class

Vocabulary Warm Up

   for “A White House

   Diary”

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Reading Warm Up for

   “A White House

   Diary”

Begin reading story

Personal and Reflexive

   Pronouns Practice

   pg. 38-39

Read “A Whitehouse

   Diary”

Partner re-read “A

   White House Diary”

Class discussion

   analogies

Writing: Journal Entry

Open book test over

   “...Diary”

Monday 11/2

Tuesday 11/3

Wednesday 11/4

Thursday 11/5

Friday 11/6

Analogies and bridge

   sentence packet and

   practice

Library

Relative, Interrogative,

   and Indefinite

   pronouns

Writing: Problem /

   Solution Essay outline

Grammar: Pronoun

   Antecedent

   Agreement pg. 42-43

Write problem /

   solution essay

Write problem /

   solution essay

NO SCHOOL

Monday 11/9

Tuesday 11/10

Wednesday 11/8

Thursday 11/9

Friday 11/10

Vocabulary Warm Up

   For “The Secret Life

   of Walter Mitty”

Reading Warm Up for

   “Secret Life…”

HW: Vocabulary Builder

   Analogies for “Secret

   Life” pg. 178-181

Library

Read “Secret Life”

   as a class

Early Out

Partner re- read

   “Secret Life”

Literary Analysis:

   Characters, Details

   and Author’s

   Purpose

pg. 179-180

Discussion: What is

   a character profile?

   What do we include

   in one?

Timed Writing:

   Character Profile for

   Walter Mitty

Discussion: Review of

   different types of

   pronouns

Identifying pronouns

   Play Ball

Monday 11/16

Tuesday 11/17

Wednesday 11/18

Thursday 11/19

Friday 11/20

Test practice

   pg. 152-153

Vocabulary and

   Reading Warm up

   for “If I Forget Thee,

   Oh Earth…” and

   “Silent Spring

Library

Read “If I Forget Thee,

   Oh Earth…” and

   “Silent Spring to

   compare literary

   themes

School canceled due to

   wind storm

Discussion about

   “If I Forget Thee, oh

   Earth”

Read “Silent Spring” as

   Class

Selection Test over

   “If I Forget Thee Oh,

   Earth” and “Silent

   Spring”

Monday 11/23

Tuesday 11/24

Wednesday 11/25

Thursday 1126

Friday 11/27

Jeopardy Review for

   Benchmark 2

   Test

Benchmark 2 Test

THANKSGIVING
  BREAK

THANKSGIVING
  BREAK

THANKSGIVING
  BREAK

Monday 11/30

Tuesday 12/1

Wednesday 12/2

Thursday 12/3

Friday 12/4

Regular and Irregular

   verbs pg. 64-65

HW: pg. 66-67

Crossword game

http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/quizzes/cross/verbs.htm 

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Suffixes and Prefixes

   -ant, -esque, de-,

   -inter

HW: pg. 62-63

Begin Unit 2 Reading

   Elements of a short

   story pg. 196-202

Class discussion about

   different literary

   elements used in

   Short Stories

HW: Learning About

   Short Stories

   pg. 12

Vocabulary and reading

   warm up for “The

   Jade Pony”

Partner read “The Jade

   Pony” fill out Listening

   and Viewing wks as

   you read pg. 11,13

Open Book test over

   “The Jade Pony”

Make up missing work

   extra credit activities

   for those with no

   missing work

Monday 12/7

Tuesday 12/8

Wednesday 12/9

Thursday 12/10

Friday 12/11

Reading warm up for

   “The Most Dangerous

   Game”

Vocab warm up for

   “The Most Dangerous

   Game”

Verb tense practice

HW: pg. 68-69

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Begin Reading “The

   Most Dangerous

   Game”

Continue reading “The

   Most Dangerous

   Game”

WKS: Lit Analysis

   Conflict and Using

   Details to Make

   Inferences

   pg. 28-29

Finish reading “The

   Most Dangerous

   Game”

HW: Integrated

   Grammar pg. 50

   Vocab builder

   pg. 30

Compare and Contrast

   cinematic version of

   “The Most Dangerous

   Game” to the written

   version

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlLIquCiyUw 

 

Monday 12/7

Tuesday 12/8

Wednesday 12/9

Thursday 12/10

Friday 12/11

Finish watching “The

   Most Dangerous

   Game”

Timed writing: Describe

   4 major differences

   and tell why the

   producers/director

   of the movie would

   make those changes

Library

Missing work make up

   day

Selection test over

   “The Most Dangerous

   Game”

Writing: Alternate

   Ending pg. 70-71

Writing: Write and

   alternate ending for

   “The Most Dangerous

   Game”

Writing: Write and

   alternate ending for

   “The Most Dangerous

   Game”

Monday 12/21

Tuesday 12/22

Wednesday 12/23

Thursday 12/24

Friday 12/25

Writing: Write and

   alternate ending for

   “The Most Dangerous

   Game”

Edit alternate endings

Read alternate endings

   to class for extra

   credit

CHRISTMAS

   BREAK

CHRISTMAS

   BREAK

CHRISTMAS

   BREAK

Monday 12/28

Tuesday 12/29

Wednesday 12/230

Thursday 12/31

Friday 1/1

CHRISTMAS

   BREAK

CHRISTMAS

   BREAK

CHRISTMAS

   BREAK

CHRISTMAS

   BREAK

CHRISTMAS

   BREAK

Monday 1/4

Tuesday 1/5

Wednesday 1/6

Thursday 1/7

Friday 1/8

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Bell Ringer: Critique of

   Functional

   Documents

Reading for Information

   pg. 284-2888

Critical thinking pg. 289

Reading and Vocab

   Warm Up for “The

   Gift of the Magi”

pg. 63-65

Irony and Surprise

   Ending, Making

   Inferences

HW: pg. 67-68

Begin Reading “The

   Gift of the Magi”

Building a thesis and

   argumentative

   response

http://www.tommarch.com/electraguide/thesis.php 

Selection Test over

   “Magi”

Finish argumentative

   response

Monday 1/11

Tuesday 1/12

Wednesday 1/13

Thursday 1/14

Friday 1/15

Writing: Beginning a

   Short story

Begin writing short

   fiction story

Continue writing short

   story

Finish rough draft of

   short story and

   print off

Peer edit short story

   in conjunction with

   the plot mountain

Make corrections to

   short stories and

   turn in final draft

Monday 1/18

Tuesday 1/19

Wednesday 1/20

Thursday 1/21

Friday 1/22

Literacy Big 6

The 5 steps to close

   reading

Class practice applying

   5 steps to close

   reading

Library

Independent practice

   chunking text and

   applying 5 steps to

   close reading

HALF DAY EARLY

   OUT

HIPPO strategy

Begin planning

   response and

   creatine a thinking

   chart

Formulate a best first

   draft response to

   a researched

   questions

Go over question

   responses and

   discuss what works

   and what doesn’t

Monday 1/25

Tuesday 1/26

Wednesday 1/27

Thursday 1/28

Friday 1/29

Review day for

   semester tests

SEMESTER TESTS

SEMESTER TESTS

Graph test scores

Semester progress

   reports

Reading Warm Up for

   “The Necklace”

Vocabulary Warm Up

   for “The Necklace”

   pg. 145-146

Begin reading “The

   Necklace”

Character and

   Characterization:
  Direct and Indirect

Analyze cause and

   effect within the story

pg. 150-151

Monday 2/1

Tuesday 2/2

Wednesday 2/3

Thursday 2/4

Friday 2/5

Finish reading “The

   Necklace”

Enrichment: Defining

   Values

Support for Writing a

   Presentation

pg. 153,155

Bell Ringer: Grammar

   pg. 154

Continue preparing

   for small partner

   presentation on

   characters from “The

   Necklace”

Subjects and Predicates

   pg. 338 1-20 all in

   writing coach

Continue preparing

   for small partner

   presentation on

   characters from “The

   Necklace”

Example essay for

   DBQ writing response

Go over rubric for

   writing response

Read source documents

   and take notes to be

   used for writing

   response

Bell ringer: Grammar

   pg. 154

Partner oral

   presentations on

   characters from “The

   Necklace”

Monday 2/8

Tuesday 2/9

Wednesday 2/10

Thursday 2/11

Friday 2/12

Construct writing plan

   for DBQ timed writing

   response

Library

Write timed writing

   response

Bell ringer: Integrated

   Language Skills

   Grammar

Roots and suffixes

   -ject-,-bene-, -ity,

   -ous pg. 86-87

Subject Verb

   Agreement

   pg. 92-93

Reading warm up for

   “The Invalid’s Story”

   class discussion

Vocabulary warm up

   for “The Invalid’s

   Story”

Begin reading story

Read “The Invalid’s

   Story”

Monday 2/16

Tuesday 2/17

Wednesday 2/18

Thursday 2/19

Friday 2/20

PRESIDENT’S

   DAY

NO SCHOOL

Library

Bell Ringer: pg. 372

   Active and Passive

   Voice in Lit Book

Grammar: Active and

  Passive Voice

HW: pg. 464 1-10

Selection Test B over

   “The Invalid’s Story”

Vocab Warm Up over

   over “Idris”

Discuss symbolism

   and allegory

Discuss the allegory

   of the cave and the

   specific elements of

   allegory

Begin reading “The

   Scarlet Ibis” and

   “The Golden Kite,

   the Silver Wind”

Monday 2/22

Tuesday 2/23

Wednesday 2/24

Thursday 2/25

Friday 2/26

Finish reading “The

   Scarlet Ibis” and

   “The Golden Kite”

Complete elements of

   symbolism and

   allegory worksheet

Begin preparing for

   writing cause-and-
  effect essay

Read through writing

   workshop

   pg. 402-409

Begin writing cause-

   and-effect essay

   about the events in

   Doodle’s life that

   led to his death

Was it worth it?

           -or-

Explain the cause and

   effect series of events

   from “The Golden

   Kite” and explain how

   they represent the

   struggles during the

   Cold War

Continue cause and

   effect essay

Print off essay and peer

   edit

Have corrections made

   and turn in with

   rough draft on

   Monday

Monday 2/29

Tuesday 3/1

Wednesday 3/2

Thursday 3/3

Friday 3/4

Vocabulary workshop

   Etymology: Words

   from Mythology &

HW: pg. 411

Communications

   Workshop: Evaluating

   A Speech

   pg. 410-413 in lit book

HW: Cumulative

   Review pg. 414-415

Library

Make up work day

   turn in all missing

   assignments

Mid quarter grades due

   Thursday 3/3

Jeopardy Review for

   Benchmark 4

Benchmark 4 Test

Monday 3/7

Tuesday 3/8

Wednesday 3/9

Thursday 3/10

Friday 3/11

Roots -viv-, -dur-,

   -temp-

Grammar Combine

   choppy sentences

HW: pg. 118-119

        pg. 112-113

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Unit 3 Intro Elements

   of Essays, Articles,

   and Speeches

Bell Ringer: Learning

   About Nonfiction

   Pg. 12

Continue Unit 3 Intro

   Elements of Essays,

   Articles, and

   Speeches

HW: Listening and

   Viewing and Model

   Selection Nonfiction

   pg. 11,13

Sentence Compliments

   Direct and Indirect

   Objects pg. 347-349

   in writing coach

HW: pg. 352 1-10

        pg. 353 1-10

 

Re-read “Before Hip

   Hop was Hip Hop”

   as class

Open book test with

   essay response

   Work with partner

Monday 3/14

Tuesday 3/15

Wednesday 3/16

Thursday 3/17

Friday 3/18

Choose a speech from

   the possible historical

   speeches to deliver to

   the class at a later

   date

Go to

LIBRARY

Go to http://www.americanrhetoric.com/top100speechesall.html  and listen to

   selected speech

   being delivered

Take notes on pauses,

   inflections, etc…

Start practicing your

   own delivery of the

   speech

Review direct and

   indirect objects

HW: pg. 114-115

Continue listening to

   and marking speeches

   for inflections, pauses,

   etc.

Go through speeches

   with pencil and/or

   highlighter to mark

   for differences in

   speech, tone, etc.

Review active and

   passive verbs for

   predicate nominatives

   and predicate

   adjectives

HW: pg. 116-117

Listen to “I Have A

   Dream” as a class

Go through the speech

   as a class, taking

   notes and marking

   where to use

   emphasising

Following classroom

   example, take more

   notes on own speech

Monday 3/21

Tuesday 3/22

Wednesday 3/23

Thursday 3/24

Friday 3/25

Bell ringer: Identifying

   predicates

Begin practicing

   delivering a speech

   with a partner

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Bell Ringer: Generating

   Relevant Questions

   pg. 110-111

Vocabulary warm up

   for “A Celebration

   of Grandfathers”

Continue practicing

   speech

HW: pg. 118-119

BEGIN DELIVERING

   SPEECHES

FINISH DELIVERING

   SPEECHES

NO SCHOOL

   SPRING BREAK!

Monday 3/28

Tuesday 3/29

Wednesday 3/30

Thursday 3/31

Friday 4/1

NO SCHOOL

   SPRING BREAK!

Library

FINISH DELIVERING

   SPEECHES

Finish Remaining

   Speeches

Vocabulary Warm Up

   for “A Celebration of

   Grandfathers”

HW: pg. 24

Begin reading “A

   Celebration of

   Grandfathers”

Finish “A Celebration of

   Grandfathers”

Tone and main idea wks

   for “A Celebration of

   Grandfathers”

HW: Learning from our

   Elders Interview

   Questions & Book

   Jacket Copy: Who do

   I admire and why

   Pg. 31,51

Monday 4/4

Tuesday 4/5

Wednesday 4/6

Thursday 4/7

Friday 4/8

Video: Secrets of the

   Unknown Titanic

3-5 things that surprised

   You from the video

Pass out Titanic books

Library

Boat and nautical terms

Sides of a ship

Begin reading chapters

   1 and 2 complete

   reading guide as you

   read  

Writing: Radio

   advertisement for the  

   maiden voyage for the

   new luxury ship

   Titanic

Continue reading

   A Night to Remember

Grammar: Predicates

   and Direct/Indirect

   Objects

Finalize touches on

   radio broadcast script

Discuss chapters 1 and

   2 of the novel

Read chapter 3 of

   “Night to Remember”

   complete reading

   guide to go with it

Perform radio

   broadcasts to class

Predicates and Direct

   and indirect objects

Monday 4/11

Tuesday 4/12

Wednesday 4/13

Thursday 4/14

Friday 4/15

Discuss chapter three

   of “Night”

Discuss biography and

   how it is and is not

   represented in this

   type of story

Read chapters 4,5,6,7

   for this week

Write a summary of the

   section of novel

   DUE MONDAY

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Discuss author’s

   style throughout the

   novel

Continue reading 4,5,6,

   7

Continue with

   summaries

Jeopardy Review for

   Benchmark 5

Continue with reading

   and summary

Benchmark 5 Test

Continue with reading

   and summary

STEM DAY FIELD
  TRIP

Monday 4/18

Tuesday 4/19

Wednesday 4/20

Thursday 4/21

Friday 4/22

Vocabulary roots -sum,

   -cred-, -duc-, -potens-

   Pg. 136-137

Chapters 4-7

   summaries due today

Discuss what has

   happened in novel in

   Chapters 1-7

Continue reading

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Read chapter 8 together

   as a class

Finish chapters 8 and

   9 for homework

Grammar: Identifying

   Adjectives

HW: pg. 138-139

Discuss chapters 8 and

   9

Read chapter 10 for

   Friday

Bell Ringer: pg. 320

   in writing coach

Adverbs pg. 321-323

HW: pg. 324 1-20 all

Continue reading

   Titanic

Finish Titanic: test on

   Monday for those

   who did not do

   reading guides or

   summaries

Real Time video of  

   Titanic sinking

http://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/article/watch-the-rms-titanic-sink-in-real-time/ar-BBrVkop?li=BBnbklE 

Monday 4/25

Tuesday 4/26

Wednesday 4/27

Thursday 4/28

Friday 4/29

Grammar: Parallelism

   Pg. 142-143

Test over “Night To

   Remember” for those

   who didn’t finish

   reading guides and

   summaries

Library

Watch Titanic

Discuss differences and

   similarities between

   the hollywood version

   and the true events

   from the story

Watch Titanic

Discuss differences and

   similarities between

   the hollywood version

   and the true events

   from the story

Watch Titanic

Discuss differences and

   similarities between

   the hollywood version

   and the true events

   from the story

Watch Titanic

Discuss differences and

   similarities between

   the hollywood version

   and the true events

   from the story

Monday 5/2

Tuesday 5/3

Wednesday 5/4

Thursday 5/5

Friday 5/6

Finish watching Titanic

 

All worksheets for

   Titanic due today

   Will be zeros after

   today  

Vocabulary Warm up for

   poetry by Hughes,

   Wordsworth, Mistral,

   de Sponde

Library

Bell Ringer: Adverbs

   pg. 140-141

Discuss parallelism in

   Grammar

HW: pg. 142-143

Bell ringer: Roots and

   Prefixes -fer-, -vert-,

   ana-, mono-

   pg. 162-163

Read and Discuss

   Elements of Poetry

   pg. 604-615 in Lit

   Book

Bell Ringer: Learning

   About Poetry

   pg. 12

Continue discussing

   Elements of Poetry

   Applying rhyme

   Scheme to poems

   and picking out

   Figurative language

Bell ringer: Prepositional

   Phrases pg. 166-167

Begin reading poetry by

   Hughes, Wordsworth,

   Mistral, de Sponde

WKS: Figurative

   Language and

   Reading Fluently

   pg. 28-29

Monday 5/9

Tuesday 5/10

Wednesday 5/11

Thursday 5/12

Friday 5/13

Finish reading poems

   from Friday and

   discuss simile,

   metaphor,

   personification, and

   paradox

Write a

   short rhyming poem,

   topic of your choice,

   must include and have

   labeled simile,

   Metaphor,

   personification, and

   paradox

Library

Continue writing short

   Poems

Turn in tomorrow

Bell Ringer: Response

   to Literature

Writing response

Bell Ringer: Grammar:

   Vary Sentences With

   Phrases

Prepositions and

   Objects of

   Prepositions

   pg. 164-165

HW: Vocabulary Warm

   Up for poems by

   Komunyakaa, Carroll,

   Poe

Read poems by

   Komunyakaa, Carroll,

   and Poe

Identify sound devices

   and practice reading

   poetry fluently as we

   read

WKS: pg. 85-86

Monday 5/16

Tuesday 5/17

Wednesday 5/18

Thursday 5/19

Friday 5/20

Bell Ringer: Learning

   About Drama

Read and discuss

   specific elements used

   within drama

Library

Historical background

   reading for

   Shakespeare

What did Shakespearian

   or Elizabethan

   England/Theater look

   like

HW: Roots and Prefixes

   trans-, pro-, -loqu-

   pg. 218-219

Read background for

   the play for Romeo

   and Juliet

Assign parts for Act I

   and begin reading

   Romeo and Juliet as

   a class

Continue reading

   Romeo and Juliet

   as a class

Missing Work make up

   Day

All missing work must

   be turned in by next

   Friday or they go to

   zeros

Monday 5/23

Tuesday 5/24

Wednesday 5/25

Thursday 5/26

Friday 5/27

Watch videos on

   Original Pronunciation

   of Shakespeare

   (IT’S SO COOL!!!)

Continue reading

   Romeo and Juliet

   as a class

Library

Continue reading

   Romeo and Juliet

HW: Using Quotations

   pg. 192-193

Vocabulary word root

   -nym-

   pg. 246-274

Grammar: Main and

   Subordinate clauses

   & Adverb clauses

   pg. 248251

Finish Act I of Romeo

   & Juliet

Grammar: Combining

   sentences with

   phrases

Begin paring reading of

   Romeo and Juliet and

   video of Romeo and

   Juliet

Bell ringer: Gerunds

   and Gerund Phrases

Continue to watch

   Romeo and Juliet

   while following along

   in book and discussing

HW: Participle and

   Participle Phrases

   pg. 220-221

Monday 5/30

Tuesday 5/31

Wednesday 6/1

Thursday 6/2

Friday 6/3

MEMORIAL DAY
  NO SCHOOL

Library

Bell Ringer: Infinitives

   and Infinitive phrases

   pg. 190-191

Review packet for

   semester go over

   as class

Work on with partner

Bell Ringer: Appositive

   Phrases pg. 188-189

Finish watching

   Romeo and Juliet

Finish Romeo and

   Juliet if some left

Finish and study review

   Packets

Review for semester

   test with partners

Turn in textbooks

Monday 6/6

Tuesday 6/7

Wednesday 6/8

Thursday 6/9

Friday 6/10

SEMESTER
  TESTS

SEMESTER
  TESTS


LAST DAY

   RELEASE AT 12:25

HAVE A GREAT
  SUMMER!

SEE YOU NEXT
  YEAR!!!

HAVE A GREAT
  SUMMER!

SEE YOU NEXT
  YEAR!!!

HAVE A GREAT
  SUMMER!

SEE YOU NEXT
  YEAR!!!