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English 1English 2English 3English 4ENGL 1301 with Ms. GillespieENGL 1301 with Ms. ShepardENGL 2322 with Ms. GillespieBusiness English with Ms. ShepardBusiness English with Ms. Gillespie
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CYERIAZA@houstonisd.organnmarie.boswell@houstonisd.orgCYERIAZA@houstonisd.organnmarie.boswell@houstonisd.orgAGILLESP@houstonisd.orgLSHEPAR1@houstonisd.orgAGILLESP@houstonisd.orgLSHEPAR1@houstonisd.orgAGILLESP@houstonisd.org
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9/26-27Independent Reading Goal Setting 9/26-27Poetry Station Activities (in class)9/27Emotions in Advertising assignment9/26Style & Syntax Activity9/26Evaluating the Sources9.21-9.22Rhetorical analysis of S. Truth Speech9/26-27Epic Battle Scene Peer Revision9.30.2022SLC groups turn in Article Review #29/26-27Article Review 2 due in class
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Complete Book 2-4 Reading Guide The Odyssey9/30Poetry PresentationsInspirational Person Assignment is due9/28Butterfly Effect Project2/28Podcast Source 3 SOAPSTone9/28-29Epic Battle Scene Final Draft9.30.2022SLC groups edit and add to interview question bank9/30Interview Summary 1 due
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9/28-29Notes over articles 9/29Mythology Assignment 1 due9/28-29Critical Lens Discussion 5 (up through p. 171)9.30.2022SLC groups turn in draft of proposals for SLC projects9/30NoRedInk.com "Conjunctions" due
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The Odyssey Book 5
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Students will set SMART goals to encouage growth in student's independent reading skills. Students will apply archetypes to The Odyssey. Students will distinguish among denotative, connotative, and figurative meanings of words.Students will discuss the relationship between emotions and persuasion. Students will plan a piece of writing by brainstorming, journaling, and reading models.Annotate texts for elements of the rhetorical situation, appeals, and rhetorical strategies and tools to prepare for writing robust rhetorical analysaisStudents will continue to read, analyze, and discuss the epic poem "Beowulf," and will revise their own original epic poem battle scenes.Reach out to the community to conduct primary researc with regard to targeted issue of social injustice
Reach out to the community to conduct primary research with regard to targeted issue of social injustice
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For next Monday, 10/3, all Podcast group members must bring a 3rd SOAPSTone on a different source article on education in one of the group's chosen countries.
For next Mon/Thurs 10/3 and 10/6, finish reading Beowulf and write 3 new critical lens questions + be prepared to present your Epic Poem Battle Scene. Don't forget to bring snacks for our epic reading party.
3rd article will be due next Mon/Thurs 10/3 and 10/6
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