Vocab. Warm Ups Tuesdays; Free Response Warm Ups Thursdays; Warm Ups/Cool Downs Test Prep Mon m/c & Wed textual analysis



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VOCAB. Warm Ups Tuesdays; Free Response Warm Ups Thursdays; Warm Ups/Cool Downs Test Prep Mon. m/c & Wed. textual analysis Synthesis


Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

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Introductions, “The Case of the Happy Baby,” and Gestures


Summer Reading Journals DUE TODAY!
HMWK: N/A

FLEX DAY

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Syllabus
HMWK: Parent Signature due tomorrow.



Go to my website and take notes on different parts of it. Print out August calendar and bring in Friday for 100 points

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Image Analysis
HMWK: Parent Signature due tomorrow.

Go to my website and take notes on different parts of it. Print out August calendar and bring in Friday for 100 points


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Outline Instruction and Bag of Symbols Speech, due whichever day you sign up for

My Speech

MLA Basics Video

HMWK: Work on Speech

Go to my website and take notes on different parts of it. Print out August calendar and bring in Friday for 100 points


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Everything is an Argument: Chapter One
Last day to turn in Summer Reading Journals for any credit!!
HMWK: Work on Speeches

Bring Everything is an Argument Monday



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Everything is an Argument: Chapter 1

Hmwk: Finish Chapter One; quiz tomorrow w/notes




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Timed Essay on Summer Reading
Students may not use novels but may use journals which will be passed out the day of the timed essay


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Quick-write: American Obesity

(After, discuss w/the kids about how when they do readings, they have to be open to others’ interpretations. A lot of times, we go into things with preconceived notions and instead of developing more knowledge or enhancing an argument into a well developed argument, we just look for things to support what we already believe which leads to a weak narrow argument.)



Read: Overweight and Obesity: Causes and Consequences of Obesity

(Have them practice skills learned in Monday’s reading assignment)



View: Overweight and Obesity: USA Obesity Trends

http://www.cdc.gov/obesity/data/trends.html



Reminder: Speeches and Outlines due tomorrow!!!

FLEX DAY


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Speeches
Hmwk: The Sentence; take notes on the four types of sentences and then write 4 examples for each

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Speeches Continued…

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  • Image Analysis: “American Obesity by the Numbers”


Begin watching Supersize Me

While students watch this film, they will need to fill out “Analyzing an Argument


Hmwk: Read Everything is an Argument: Chapter 6—due by Thursday

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Continued Supersize Me



Vocab. Warm Up Unit 1
CARS Analysis of Previous Texts…
An Equal Shot: Big Fat America w/Elements of Rhetoric

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Image Analysis: Obesity Cartoons Continued
CARS: Fast-food Culture Services Up Super-sized Americans w/Elements of Rhetoric


FLEX DAY

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Free Response Warm Up 1
CARS: Read “Fast food not a weighty problem for kids anymore” w/Elements of Rhetoric
CARS: Read: Obesity in America: Down to Earth w/Elements of Rhetoric


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Video Clips for Voice: Dad w/Band and Michael Jordan
Synthesis Texts Talking to Each Other
Multi-Levels Video
Unit One Vocab. Quiz



VOCAB. Warm Ups Tuesdays; Free Response Warm Ups Thursdays; Warm Ups/Cool Downs Test Prep Mon. m/c & Wed. textual analysis Analysis



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No School


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Vocab. Warm Up Unit 1
Assign and Discuss Synthesis Argument Essay
Backwards Mapping
Intro Para Tips & Workshop
Hmwk: Hmwk: Read Everything is an Argument: Chapter 7—due by Friday

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Goals for a Synthesis/Argument Essay

Developing an Argument:
Workshop on Argument
M/C Warm Up—“The Town” 1
Hmwk: Developing an Argument


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Textual Analysis: Obesity Warm Up
Map it Out!
Developing an Argument
Hmwk: Take notes on Subordinate and Adverbial Clauses and write four sentences for each type

Back to School Night—Min Day


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Tis-A-Cool Body Paragraph and

Sentence Stems Lesson
Unit One Vocab Exam


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Workshop—fatal flaws handout


HMWK: Unit two flashcards due tomorrow; print out AP Vocab Review (basic classroom handouts) by Friday


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Essay DUE TODAY
Revision and Editing: Goals for Synthesis/Argument Handout, Rubric, Fatal Flaws, and Sentence Stems
Vocab. Warm Up Unit 2

Cool down: MC Prep—“The Town” 2

Progress Reports Due


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Textual Analysis: Warm Up—Downloading Music


30 Second Expert
Music Texts and Go Over Presentation

DUE September 24th


CARS Reminder
HMWK: Work on Presentation

FLEX DAY


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Literary Barricades


Declaration of Independence

Free Response Warm Up 2


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Unit 2 quiz


Finish Barricades
Amistad Film Clip

Analyzing the Macro-Structure of a Text


Bring Everything is an Argument Monday

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IMAGE ANALYSIS: Theft


Argument: TE—Quick thinking in groups and present
AP Generic Rubric

Warm Up MC—“The Town” 3

Hmwk: Read Everything is an Argument: Chapter 2 and 4—due by Sept. 28th



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Timed Writing: Techniques for Success


Richard Nixon’s Resignation

http://www.americanrhetoric.com/speeches

/richardnixonresignationspeech.html

Basic Tone Words



Micro-Structure of a Text
Vocab. Warm Up Unit 2

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Textual Analysis: Cool Down—Mexico’s President Herrera Decries the Annexation of Texas

http://herb.ashp.cuny.edu/items/show/793

Microstructure

HMWK: Subordinate conjunctions (usually used for complex sentences) and adverbial conjunctions (usually used for compound sentences) Write three sentences for each type of conjunction


FLEX


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Workshop on TE—Go Deeper
Free Response Warm Up 3

HMWK:


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unit 2 exam


Workshop on Argument



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Warm Up MC—“The Town” 4
Arguments
HMWK: Unit 3 Flashcards and anytime 1

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Arguments
Tis A Cool Body Paragraph
Vocab. Warm Up Unit 3


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Counterarguments
Tis A Cool Body Paragraph Continued…


FLEX


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Free Response Warm Up 4


Intro to Holt, Read introduction unit to N. Amer., Settlers, and Puritan Unit. Write one sentence summarizing key point of each page in your notes

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TE: Theft

unit 3 quiz and anytime 1 quiz


Bring Everything is an Argument Monday


VOCAB. Warm Ups Tuesdays; Free Response Warm Ups Thursdays; Warm Ups/Cool Downs Test Prep Mon. m/c & Wed. textual analysis Synthesis & Analysis

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Warm Up MC—“The Town” 5

Everything is an Argument: Chapter 5
Hmwk: Finish Ch. 5 w/notes; Bring Advanced Composition Skills tomorrow

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Vocab. Warm Up Unit 3

Advanced Composition Skills: What is the author implying? pp. 18-23 and What did the author do, and how did the author do it? pp. 88-91
HMWK: start annotating Chief Seattle speech, and finish introduction assignment in your notes

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Native American Presentation Discussion w/Directions on how to use Note-taking Charts


FLEX DAY

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Free Response Warm Up 5
Website Scavenger Hunt
Annotated Works Cited
HMWK: finish scavenger hunt

HMWK: A or An?, Capitalizing First Words, as well as  Making Subjects and Verbs Agree



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unit 3 exam and anytime 1 quiz 2


Review Grammar Rules
“I Will Fight No More Forever,” persuasive devices, and tone, pg. 448-451

Elements or Rhetoric and Go Deeper


HMWK: Finish any classwork and work on project

Scavenger Hunt DUE

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Warm Up MC—“The Town” 6

Bruchac Essay—Micro-Structure

Elements of Rhetoric and Go Deeper
HMWK: Annotate Chief Tecumseh Speech and unit 4 flashcards with anytime 2 flashcards


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Vocab. Warm Up Unit 4
Image Analysis: N. Amer. Identity Go Deeper—
Annotate Chief Seattle/Tecumseh Speech work on Go Deeper for each in class

HMWK: Work on Go Deeper for Textual Analysis



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Compare and Contrast “I Will Fight No More Forever” and Bruchac Essay


Workshop on Textual Analysis for presentation
HMWK: Work on presentation

FLEX DAY


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Free Response Warm Up 6

Analyzing different perspectives; Michael Dorris “Crazy Horse Malt Liquor,”

“Our Founding Fathers,” Herman Comic, and Lies My Teacher Told Me pp. 84-87

HMWK: Commas after Intro Explanation Notes and Commas in Various Ways Exercise



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Review Grammar Rules
Workshop

Unit 4 quiz and anytime 2 quiz 1

Permission slip for film for next week

End of 1st Quarter


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N. Amer TE
--permission slips for film

HMWK: Punctuation Explanation & Punctuation Exercises—due Friday

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Cool Down MC—“The Town” 7



Textual Analysis: “La Guera”
Presentations

Grades DUE


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Presentations


Rodman Passages: Screen Version 2

Screen Version 1

In notes, how is use of satire conveying a different purpose?

Micro-Structure


Hmwk: Parallel Structures

FLEX


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Free Response Warm Up 7
Presentations
Hmwk: Bring Advanced Composition Skills tomorrow

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Advanced Composition Skills: What is the relationship between abstract & concrete language? pp. 92-101

(Cotton Mathers Passage)

Unit 4 exam and anytime 2 quiz 2


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Warm Up MC—“The Town” 8

Film clips from Se7en

Setting, tone, mood, and audience
HMWK: unit 5 flashcards; anytime 3 flashcards; Bring Everything’s an Argument tomorrow


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Vocab. Warm Up Unit 5


Everything’s an Argument Chapter 3
HMWK: Finish Ch. 3 and notes



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Go Over TE



Textual Analysis on Board: w/N. Amer. TE
HMWK: Bring Advanced Composition Skills tomorrow

FLEX


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Free Response Warm Up 8

Advanced Composition Skills: How does the author’s language create the atmosphere? pp. 102-104 (“Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”) imagery and didactic aspects of the speech


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Grammar Rule Review


-Macro-Structure
Sinners Questions

Vocab. Quiz 5 and anytime 3 quiz 1



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Warm Up MC—“The Town” 9
Begin opening scene of The Crucible pgs. 1-25

and Study Guide


Note cards of parallelism of McCarthy and The Crucible

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Vocab. Warm Up Unit 5

Read the next 25-45 pages of The Crucible


HMWK: finish reading and study guide

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Talk Show Project Discussion
Read The Crucible pgs. 45-65
HMWK: finish reading and study guide

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Free Response Warm Up 9


Satire Passages

Hmwk: Crucible Project Assign 1: find 3 resources that provide historical information/artifacts re: Salem witch



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Vocab. Unit 5 exam and anytime 3 quiz 2


Read “Declaration of Conscience” in class and map out the four elements of rhetoric with the speech. Discuss the strategies employed in order to get purpose across when addressing these authority figures.
HMWK:



VOCAB. Warm Ups Tuesdays; Free Response Warm Ups Thursdays; Warm Ups/Cool Downs Test Prep Mon. m/c & Wed. textual analysis Synthesis

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Warm Up MC—“The Town” 10
Read p. 65-85
HMWK: finish reading and study guide; unit 6 flashcards and anytime 4 flashcards

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Unit 6 Vocab. Warm Up


Read and take notes on the characterizations and implications of pages 85-105
HMWK: finish reading and study guide



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DUE: Note cards of parallelism of McCarthy and The Crucible

Due: (200 point assignment)

Read Mc Carthy-Welch Exchange

Macro-Structure
Cool Down: Textual Analysis: McCarthy Welch Exchange
HMWK: Crucible Project Assignment 2: Write a 1 pg journal entry in which you support/refute the guilt of Elizabeth/John Proctor

FLEX DAY


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Free Response Warm Up 10


Read pgs. 105-120

HMWK: finish reading and study guide




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Unit 6 quiz and anytime 4 quiz 1

Unit 6 Vocab. Warm Up

Read pages 120-140 and be ready for quiz tomorrow


HMWK:

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NO SCHOOL

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Textual Analysis: Joining the Church
Read Anita Faye Hill’s address to the judiciary committee and discuss the different ways in which she tries to persuade (mapping out four elements of rhetoric) the judiciary committee
Go Deeper
Hmwk: Crucible Project Assignment 3: Write a 1 pg journal entry in which you support/refute the guilt of Elizabeth/John Proctor

Progress Reports DUE


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MC Exam
and then workshop solving exam together

FLEX


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Free Response Warm Up 11


Read pages 141-152
HMWK:

quiz on it tomorrow


Crucible Project Assignment 4: Write five questions and answers, must use all rhetorical strategies 1 time each and highlight different colors according to a key


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unit 6 exam and anytime 4 quiz 2


Workshop



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NO SCHOOL

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Warm Up MC—“A Major Attraction at the Paris” 1
Marian Evans Lewis TE
Hmwk: unit 7 flashcards; anytime 5

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Unit 7 Vocab. Warm Up
Talk Shows

and

Annotated Works Cited Due

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Textual Analysis: Marian Evans Lewis TE—Macro-Structure on Board
Talk Shows and

Annotated Works Cited Due

Hmwk: Bring Advanced Composition Skills tomorrow



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Free Response Warm Up 12


Advanced Composition Skills: “In what ways does the passage require especially careful reading?” pp. 6-12 (The Crisis Thomas Paine and “Manners” Thomas Jefferson)

Hmwk: Bring Advanced Composition Skills tomorrow



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unit 7 quiz, anytime 5 quiz 1


Advanced Composition Skills: “Where has the author used figurative language?” pp. 35-44

(“The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin”)




VOCAB. Warm Ups Tuesdays; Free Response Warm Ups Thursdays; Warm Ups/Cool Downs Test Prep Mon. m/c & Wed. textual analysis Synthesis/Argument

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Textual Analysis: Independence Day

http://www.americanrhetoric.com/

MovieSpeeches/

moviespeechindependenceday.html


Individual Revolutions: Lydia Minatoya’s “Transformation”
Go Deeper
Hmwk: Read Everything’s an Argument Ch. 9

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Warm Up MC—“A Major Attraction at the Paris” 2
Patrick Henry’s “Speech to the Virginia Convention” pg. 57-60. Patrick Henry Questions

Hmwk: Read Ch. 2 and notes on key points



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Unit 7 Vocab. Warm Up


Read and translate Benjamin Franklin’s Aphorisms and Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Aphorisms in notes and answer Interpretation Question # 1 on pg 75 of your English 11 Holt textbook (put in your notes to be collected tomorrow
FLEX DAY

Free Response Warm Up 13 5
MC Oddly Enough
Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution—Vocabulary Reading Strategy
Are we one with nature and can learn from it or are we dominating and destroying nature?
Hmwk: Cheat sheet--explanation of answers

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Unit 7 Exam, Anytime 5 quiz 2


Ecology Today and Colbert Report
Go Deeper


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Warm Up MC—“A Major Attraction at the Paris” 3

Nature—using vocabulary chart

Word: know it/don’t/seen it but don’t/no idea

-Definition and Example


Which most challenging and why?

How each vocab key to sentence’s purpose?

Label notes w/Section #s from yesterday
Are we one with nature and can learn from it or are we dominating and destroying nature?
HMWK: unit 8 flashcards, anytime 6 flashcards


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Unit 8 Warm Up

Rachel Carson “The Obligation to Endure” and Questions

Are we one with nature and can learn from it or are we dominating and destroying nature?


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Analysis, Argument, and Synthesis: “Walden” by Henry David Thoreau pp. 90-91 (diction, analogy, imagery, symbolism)
Are we one with nature and can learn from it or are we dominating and destroying nature?
Hmwk: “Serpents of Paradise”

Go Deeper


FLEX DAY


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Free Response Warm Up 14


Analysis, Argument, and Synthesis: “The Weather Makers” by Tim Flannery pp. 103-107
Are we one with nature and can learn from it or are we dominating and destroying nature?


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Unit 8 quiz, anytime 6 quiz 1


Analysis, Argument, and Synthesis: “The Lives of a Cell” by Lewis Thomas pp. 94-95

Are we one with nature and can learn from it or are we dominating and destroying nature?

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National Geographic: Six Degrees Could Change the World —Diagram Argument (96 minute run time)

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National Geographic: Six Degrees Could Change the World —Diagram Argument

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FINALS

(copy out of green book)

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FINALS

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FINALS

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NO SCHOOL

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GRADES DUE


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VOCAB. Warm Ups Tuesdays; Free Response Warm Ups Thursdays; Warm Ups/Cool Downs Test Prep Mon. m/c & Wed. textual analysis Argument

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NO SCHOOL


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NO SCHOOL





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Warm Up MC—“A Major Attraction at the Paris” 4-5

Go over timed essay from final and take notes on good/bad parts of examples


Hmwk: unit 9 flashcards, anytime 7 flashcards

Bring Advanced Composition Skills tomorrow



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Unit 9 Vocab. Warm Up


Advanced Composition Skills: “What is the author implying”? pp. 18-23 and “What is the author’s point of view” pp. 24-28
Hmwk: finish class assignment


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Textual Analysis: “Syrian Town”


Brief Lecture on Dark Romanticism: “The Minister’s Black Veil”

Take notes on diction w/ symbolism, ambiguity, Dark Romantic ideology, and Hawthorne’s argument


FLEX

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Images of Adultery


Essays re: Adultery in Hollywood and American Government

“Infidelity: From Media to Cubicle, Many American Marriages Affected by Affairs,” “A Politician Caught in Adultery? So What?” and “Does Kobe Bryant Deserve the Front Page”



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unit 9 quiz, anytime 7 quiz 1


Using No Fear as a Resource: http://www.sparknotes.com/

nofear/lit/the-scarlet-letter/


The Scarlet Letter: The Custom House

p. 1-30


Footnotes Handout
Hmwk: Create 2 Questions of Confusion/Discussion

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Warm Up MC—“A Major Attraction at the Paris” 6
Scarlet Letter p. 33-48

Hmwk: Study Guide



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Unit 9 Vocab. Warm Up


Scarlet Letter p. 49-66
Hmwk: Study Guide

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Scarlet Letter p. 67-84
Hmwk: Study Guide

FLEX


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Free Response Warm Up 15

Scarlet Letter p. 85-91
Hmwk: Study Guide

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unit 9 exam, anytime 7 quiz 2



Scarlet Letter p. 92-106
Hmwk: Study Guide

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Warm Up MC—“A Major Attraction at the Paris” 7
Scarlet News Project
HMWK: Green Cards and Black Men in Public Spaces

Q 1: What is author’s argument?

Q 2: What are two examples he/she uses to support his/her argument?

Q 3: How does the issue of the Other come up in these essays and how does it parallel with The Scarlet Letter?


unit 10 flashcards, anytime 8 ashcards

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Unit 10 Vocab Warm Up


Scarlet Letter p. 107-126
Hmwk: Study Guide

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SAT ESSAY: Develop an argument given a statement
Hmwk: War on Terrorism and In Torture We Trust

Q 1: What is author’s argument?

Q 2: What are two examples he/she uses to support his/her argument?

Q 3: How does the issue of the governemnt come up in these essays and how does it parallel with The Scarlet Letter?




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Free Response Warm Up 16


Scarlet Letter p. 126-132
Hmwk: Study Guide

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unit 10 quiz, anytime 8 quiz 1


Scarlet Letter Ch. 10-11

Go Deeper


Hmwk: Study Guide


VOCAB. Warm Ups Tuesdays; Free Response Warm Ups Thursdays; Warm Ups/Cool Downs Test Prep Mon. m/c & Wed. textual analysis Analysis and Synthesis

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Warm Up MC—“A Major Attraction at the Paris” 8

Scarlet Letter Ch. 12-13

Hmwk: Study Guide


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Unit 10 Vocab. Warm Up


Scarlet Letter Ch. 14-15
Hmwk: Study Guide

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Textual Analysis: “Home Value Rise”


Scarlet Letter Ch. 16-17
Hmwk: Study Guide

FLEX DAY

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Free Response Warm Up 17


Scarlet Letter Ch. 18-19
Hmwk: Study Guide

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unit 10 exam, anytime 8 quiz 2


Scarlet Letter Ch. 20-ch. 21
Hmwk: Study Guide

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Warm Up MC—“A Major Attraction at the Paris” 9
Why I Write? Making No Become Yes and Masks

1. How does each passage add to the argument that we have been addressing within this unit?

2. what are examples the author uses to support this argument
Hmwk: unit 11 flashcards, anytime 9 flashcards


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Unit 11 Vocab Warm Up


Scarlet Letter Ch. 22-24
Hmwk: Study Guide

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Textual Analysis: “Was the Shell Oil Hoax Ethical?”

Read “Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl” on p. 405 Answer ?s (1-10)—silent symposium w/answers
Hmwk: Semi-Colon Son and Semi-Colon worksheet
FLEX DAY


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Free Response Warm Up 18


Scarlet News DUE!!!
“Cannibals All!” Rhetorical Analysis
Hmwk: Bring Advanced Composition Skills tomorrow

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unit 11 quiz, anytime 9 quiz 1


Advanced Composition Skills p. 45-49; Read Gettysburg and address Audience and context w/new terms



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NO SCHOOL

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Warm Up MC—“A Major Attraction at the Paris” 10
Oral Exam Presentations Due Today No Exceptions
Hmwk: Bring Advanced Composition Skills tomorrow

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APMC: “But a Far More”

Pair students to break down terms on pgs 46-49, finding examples in Gettysburg passage about terms and why author used it, linking context and specific term they got.

Then give random silly topics and have them write their own sentences on all terms

HMWK: Create a cheat sheet for remaining MC questions



FLEX

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Free Response Warm Up 19


Share terms; Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave chapters 1-2
Hmwk: Study Guide


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Unit 11 exam, anytime 9 quiz 2


Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: Chapters 3-4; go deeper with tetracolon within that chapter
Hmwk: Study Guide


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Warm Up MC—“A Major Attraction at the Paris” 11-12

Share go deeper paragraph out loud and add sentences where missing go deeper; everyone read paragraphs and add sentences based on three student models read out loud to class


Read Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave ch. 5-6; go deeper with chapter five instead of missing study guide
HMWK: unit 12 flashcards, anytime 10 flashcards, & study guide

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Unit 12 Vocab. Warm Up
2 pictures: lynching w/statue of liberty and slavery wounds; picture analysis
Garrison M/C test

Work in groups to find backing for each correct answer from


Hmwk: finish cheat sheet & study guide

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Textual Analysis: “Why the Drought affects You and Me”


Read William Garrison Abolitionist Essay and create a five question MC exam for the passage with each question having A-E answers (one correct); model your questions off the AP tests that we’ve taken.

Hmwk: Read Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave Ch. 7-8 and study guide

FLEX


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Free Response Warm Up 20


Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave Ch. 9- pg. 90 and Go Deeper
As students write go deeper go around and read a few, giving individual feedback. Present afterwards to class and have students share out.

Hmwk: study guide


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unit 12 quiz, anytime 10 quiz 1


2 pictures: charts www.understandingprejudice.org
Read Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave p. 91-110

Hmwk: study guide






VOCAB. Warm Ups Tuesdays; Free Response Warm Ups Thursdays; Warm Ups/Cool Downs Test Prep Mon. m/c & Wed. textual analysis Analysis

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Warm Up MC—“China” 1

Read Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave p. 111-135


Hmwk: study guide





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TE: Alfred Green
Hmwk: Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave P. 136-end and study guide



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APMC “But a Far More”
Synthesis Essay Assignment: due next Wednesday
Workshop
FLEX DAY

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Free Response Warm Up 21


Mary Wollstonecraft from “A Vindication of the Rights of Woman” p. 603-604 (1 pg) (Norton) w/ Literary Barricades (context and implication)
Hmwk: Comma Vs. Semi-colon

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unit 12 exam, anytime 10 quiz 2


Mark Twain’s “Jumping Frog of Calaveras County” and questions (Holt)


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APMC “I am Woman”
Discussion the 1900s about women and their roles

HMWK: unit 13 flashcards, anytime 11 flashcards



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Benchmark M/C Test


HMWK: Study of an epiphany and situational irony. We will discuss how the gender roles evident in this period are similar and different to the gender roles or our times. We will discuss how these gender roles continue to restrict our interactions in society. Read “The Story of an Hour,” taking notes on what you expect to happen next in the story, according to her gender role.

Then, write a brief paragraph explaining how the situational irony and epiphanies are working in the story to present the author’s response to the gender roles of her time. (in your notes)



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Synthesis Essay DUE TODAY!


Ethan Frome pg.s. 1-25 (Intro)
Hmwk: finish reading and study guide

FLEX DAY


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Free Response Warm Up 22


Ethan Frome Journals Project Directions
Ethan Frome pg.s. 26-55 (Ch. 1-2)
Hmwk: finish reading and study guide

Appositive Explanation and Appositive Exercise




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unit 13 quiz, anytime 11 quiz 1


Read “Trifles” and take notes on the use of elements building to an epiphany and dramatic irony.
Then, write one paragraph in which you discuss how dramatic irony and epiphany are working together to bring the story to its audience
Hmwk: Ethan Frome pg.s. 56-87 (Ch. 3-4)

and study guide



End of 3rd Quarter

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NO SCHOOL

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Grades DUE


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Warm Up MC—“China” 2-3



Ethan Frome pg.s. 88-143 (Ch. 5-8) and study guide

make sure to be ready for quiz Friday

HMWK: Read Edith Wharton’s “Roman Fever” students will take notes on contrast, irony, and the parallels between Wharton’s texts


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Unit 13 Vocab. Warm Up


Ethan Frome pg.s. 144-172 (Ch. 9)

Hmwk: finish reading and study guide




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Textual Analysis: “Last Chance for Keystone Pipeline”


Read Judy Brady “I Want a Wife” p. 214-217 (2pgs) (Arlington) –differences w/Ethan Frome, examples used for argument, implication

Edward Said “Keeping Time” p. 217-221 (4 pgs.) (Arlington) (individualism vs. contextual expectations)



FLEX

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Free Response Warm Up 23



Ethan Frome pg.s. 173-181 (Conclusion) and Catch up w/Study Gudie
Hmwk: finish reading and study guide


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unit 13 exam, anytime 11 quiz 2


Maxine Hong Kingston “Tongue-Tied” p. 513-516 (4pgs) (Norton)

Mark Twain “Advice to Youth” p. 677-679 (3pgs) (Norton) Irony

and

Judith Ortiz Cofer “More Room” p. 179-182 (3pgs) (Norton) (example, and writing journals to make an argument, backing)



HMWK: Bring Everything’s an Argument Monday

VOCAB. Warm Ups Tuesdays; Free Response Warm Ups Thursdays; Warm Ups/Cool Downs Test Prep Mon. m/c & Wed. textual analysis Analysis and Synthesis

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Frome Argumentative Journal Entries DUE!!!

APMC “There are Two Books”
Everything’s an Argument: Chapter 27-“What are You Working for?” pp. 971-976 Q. 1 & 4
Hmwk: “Gifts for Your Servant” and “I Sing America”—class system analysis of both. Finish class assignment for homework if not completed in class
HMWK: definitions unit 14 and anytime 13-14

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Unit 14 Vocab Warm Up


Read “Serving in Florida” p. 294 (Rereading America)
Hmwk: Comma Splice Worksheet: Misused Commas


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TE: 2011 Question 2 Social Worker Argument
HMWK: Bring Everything’s an Argument tomorrow and use charts again for “Richard Corey” and “We Wear the Mask”
FLEX DAY

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Free Response Warm Up 24


Everything’s an Argument: Chapter 27-“What are You Working for?” pp. 977-987 and answer assigned questions

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unit 14 quiz, anytime 12 quiz 1


Read Sample responses of quality Question 2
HMWK: Bring Everything’s an Argument Monday

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Warm Up MC—“China” 4-5



Everything’s an Argument: Chapter 27-“What are You Working for?”

pp. 987-1006


Hmwk: finish class reading and assigned questions

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Unit 14 Vocab Warm Up


Begin Death of a Salesman

pgs. 1-30




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Textual Analysis: “Obama has Now Broken Free of the Constitution”


Death of a Salesman

pgs. 60-90



FLEX DAY


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Free Response Warm Up 25


Death of a Salesman

pgs. 90-112




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Synthesis—2012 Postal Argument and Samples


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Warm Up MC—“China” 6


Langston Hughes’ Poems

Hmwk: Bring Everything’s an Argument tomorrow and unit 15 flashcards, anytime 13-14 flashcards



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Unit 15 Vocab Warm Up


Everything’s an Argument: Chapter 23

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Textual Analysis: “Truth about Plastic Bags”


Read The Secret Life of Bees or Tortilla Curtain

Part 1


Hmwk: Read Chapters One, Two, and Three of AP Test Prep Book; create a list of things that you need to do that you didn’t know and create a list of things that you’ve already learned through our class—This list will be due on Thursday for 500 points.



FLEX


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Free Response Warm Up 26


Read The Secret Life of Bees or Tortilla Curtain

Part 2



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Synthesis: 2011 Question—Local Produce
unit 15 quiz, anytime 13-14 quiz 1


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Warm Up MC—“China” 7

CST Games



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CST?


Progress Reports Due


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CST?


FLEX


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CST?



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AP GAME discussion

(see project handouts)

AP GAME WORKSHOP



VOCAB. Warm Ups Tuesdays; Free Response Warm Ups Thursdays; Warm Ups/Cool Downs Test Prep Mon. m/c & Wed. textual analysis Argument & Analysis

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Warm Up MC—“China” 8



TE: 2011 Question 3 Thomas Paine Argument—oral group argument
HMWK: AP Writing Exam and AP M/C Practice Take the test for pgs. 110-118, allow yourself 36 minutes to do so; time yourself because you’re practicing for the real deal!!! Then, grade the test. Right the correct answers next to the ones you got wrong. Create a short cheat sheet for each of the 36 questions of the part of the exam that you have taken.

AP Writing Exam and test prep book



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Unit Vocab 15 Warm Up


Score Synthesis Essay w/Samples


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Textual Analysis: “America’s Coming Civil War: Makers Vs. Takers”


Read The Secret Life of Bees or Tortilla Curtain

Part 3
HMWK: You will need to time yourself (give yourself 28 minutes), taking the rest of the exam that we started today, pgs. 154-64. Write correct scores next to all those that you missed. Don’t cheat because you’re prepping for the test you will have tomorrow!!! Create a cheat sheet for each answer.



FLEX DAY

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Free Response Warm Up 27


2004 Question 3: Richard Rodriguez passage

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AP Game Workshop
unit 15 exam, anytime 13-14 quiz 2


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Warm Up MC—“China” 9-11

AP GAMES


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AP GAMES


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Influenza TE, quick argument
Hmwk: Test II Section I (1-32). You’ll have 32 minutes to take this portion of the exam, and then, grade it explaining answers as necessary

FLEX DAY


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AP GAMES



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Read The Secret Life of Bees or Tortilla Curtain

Part 4
APLC EXAM!!! (AM)


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Discussion of Final Exam





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Read The Secret Life of Bees or Tortilla Curtain

Part 5


14

AR DAY



APUSH EXAM (AM)

FLEX


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Read The Secret Life of Bees or Tortilla Curtain

Part 6


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The Secret Life of Bees or Tortilla Curtain

Part 7



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The Secret Life of Bees or Tortilla Curtain

Part 8


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A Streetcar Named Desire film

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A Streetcar Named Desire film

FLEX


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A Streetcar Named Desire film


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Presentations

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NO SCHOOL

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Presentations



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FINALS


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FINALS

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FINALS

Grades DUE June 5th


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