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AP Language: Unit 1 Calendar for August-October 2013

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

NOVEL FRIDAYS

26

27

28

29

30

CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE w/ Summer Reading texts
Initiate course themes and IN COLD BLOOD work

IN COLD BLOOD WORK

(close reading)


SUMMER READING

TERM QUIZ




IN COLD BLOOD

(close reading, language analysis)





IN COLD BLOOD

(close reading, language analysis)




IN COLD BLOOD:

In-class essay
Assign THE SCARLET LETTER; discuss assignment

SEPTEMBER 2

3

4

5

6


LABOR DAY:

NO SCHOOL

FLIPPED DUE: Colonial & Revolutionary Writing
ANNE BRADSTREET

Puritan writing w/

ANNE BRADSTREET

Puritan writing w/

ANNE BRADSTREET

THE SCARLET LETTER #1

Ch. 1-4


9

10

11

12

13

FLIPPED DUE: Rhetoric and Argumentation (two videos)
Preview/begin Jonathan Edwards’ “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”

Continue “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”

(read for understanding, purpose)

Continue “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”

(rhetoric and figurative language focus)

Continue “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”

(rhetoric and figurative language focus)


THE SCARLET LETTER #2

Ch. 5-9


16

17

18

19

20

Continue “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”


Complete “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”


VISUAL WITCH ARGUMENTS

VISUAL WITCH ARGUMENTS, Colonial setting synthesis




Anchor Quotation #1 Response

THE SCARLET LETTER #3

Ch. 10-14


23

24

25

26

27

Begin The Declaration of Independence



Continue The Declaration of Independence



Continue The Declaration of Independence



Continue The Declaration of Independence



THE SCARLET LETTER #4

Ch. 15-19



Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

30

OCTOBER 1

2

3

4

The Declaration of Independence & The Declaration of Sentiments



(pairing and analysis activity)

The Declaration of Independence & The Declaration of Sentiments (pairing and analysis activity)


The Declaration of Independence & The Declaration of Sentiments



(pairing and analysis activity)


Anchor Quotation #2 Response

THE SCARLET LETTER #5

Ch. 20-end


Assign paper over novel


7

8

9

10

11

Modern link:

George Orwell’s

“Shooting an Elephant”
Bring Bedford Reader!

George Orwell’s

“Shooting an Elephant”
Bring Bedford Reader!

George Orwell’s

“Shooting an Elephant”
Bring Bedford Reader!

George Orwell’s

“Shooting an Elephant”
Bring Bedford Reader!


THE SCARLET LETTER PAPER DUE
FALL BREAK: Metamorphosis

14

15

16

17

18


FALL BREAK

NO SCHOOL

21

22

23

24

25


METAMORPHOSIS & EXISTENTIALISM
Begin UNIT ASSESSMENT work for 10/25


METAMORPHOSIS & EXISTENTIALISM


METAMORPHOSIS & EXISTENTIALISM

UNIT ASSESSMENT WORK

Prep for tomorrow’s assessment



UNIT ASSESSMENT

Timed writing


Preview UNIT TWO



  • Unit One will being our course through the lens of Early American writing of Puritans, colonists, and key revolutionary figures. This chronological approach will quickly bring our discussion and follow-up focus to modern day texts and scenarios of similarity.

  • Key assignments and information – both taken for a grade or that are paramount for class – are found in bold in the calendar.

  • This calendar may be revised due to adjustment to the seven period schedule. Those changes will be made available if they occur.

  • Please consult EDMODO and bookmark my Teacher Webpage (found on the RHS webpage) to stay in the loop on all assignments. Many handouts, videos, and other information will be found in these locations. Edmodo can be found via www.edmodo.com and can even be downloaded to your smartphone and iPad/tablet through the Edmodo app. Students are required to download and participate on Edmodo, and parents can receive unique parental codes from their children to gain access as well.

  • Please consult the course syllabus to AP-specific policies for late work, make-up work, and grading policies.


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