WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 25 – 29, 2017
English 9
MONDAY
Introduction to Adverbs
Make "cards" for Various Types of Pronouns
Purpose of Adverb...…..Explain how to find them- 5 Questions that Adverbs Answer. Focus student attention on “The Questions”! Review questions that nouns, pronouns, verbs, and adjectives answer.
Hand out Wkst. #13 Adverbs
Assignment: Complete Wkst. #13
TUESDAY
Students Testing
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
Correct/Collect Wkst. # 13 on Adverbs
Next….Material is in the Writer’s Choice Textbook
Lead students through exercises 51,52, and 54 orally. More Adverb practice. Layout homework; do samples with students from each exercise
Assignment: Complete Ex. 49, 50, and 57 from textbook pages 467-472
THURSDAY
Correct/Collect homework Ex. 49, 50, and, and 57. pp. 467-472
Complete worksheet #14 finding Adverbs
More practice/Ask students about mistakes in today’s homework. Hand out Wksts. # 13 and #15
Assignment: Complete Worksheets #13 and #15
FRIDAY
Correct/Collect homework
ANY QUESTIONS???
Quiz on Adverbs Wkst. #16
Assignment: None

General English 12
MONDAY
Finish last three pages of Act I of The Crucible
Finish discussion of Act I/ Finish notes
Assignment: Study for quiz p. 1- 48 Act I of The Crucible
TUESDAY
Q & A (5 minutes)
Quiz p. 26 - 48, Act I of The Crucible
Return to "The Crucible"
Direct students to take down notes p. 49-70
Draw/Sketch out stage directionsfor Scene II of The Crucible
Begin Audio/Discussion of Act II of The Crucible
Focus student attention on the character of Elizabeth Proctor. Why did the affair happen? Discuss the sensitivity of Elizabeth and John Proctor. Discuss the status of their relationship.
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
Continue Audio/Reading/Discussion of reading p. 49 -70 of Act II of The Crucible
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Finish notes and Discussion through p. 70 This quiz p. 49 70 will be tomorrow!
Continue on with Audio/Reading/Discussion p. 70-81 Act II of The Crucible
Building rise to climax of story?-
Key Point: "How have the girls changed? Why are others, the adults of the community, allowing this to happen?
Assignment: Study for quiz pp. 49-70
FRIDAY
Q&A (5 minutes)
Quiz p. 49 - 70
Continue on with Audio/Reading/Discussion to p. 70 -...............................
Assignment: None


History of Psychology I
MONDAY
Q & A (4-5 minutes)
Quiz p. 12 - 21
Students have already taken down notes for our next lesson.
Open books/ Lecture/ Discussion p. 26 “Conducting Research” Review of structure of sound research and experiments
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Continue Lecture/Discussion “Surveys, Samples and Populations” p. 26 - 34
Assignment: Study for quiz tomorrow on p. 26 -34
WEDNESDAY
Q & A (4-5 minutes)
Quiz p. 26 - 34
Take down notes for p. 34 - 40
Begin Lecture/Discussion: Methods of Observation including Testing Method, Case-Study Method, Longitudinal Method, Cross-Sectional Method, Naturalistic Observation Method and Laboratory-Observation Method
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Continue on with Lecture/Discussion Methods of Observation including Testing Method, Case-Study Method, Longitudinal Method, Cross-Sectional Method, Naturalistic Observation Method and Laboratory-Observation Method
Assignment: Study for quiz pl 34 - 40
FRIDAY
(Q & A) 4-5 minutes
Quiz p. 34 - 40
Take down notes for p. 40 47
Begin Lecture/Discussion: The Variables involved in the Experimental Method of Research
Assignment: None

P.S English 11
MONDAY
Get through Lecture/Discussion/Notes for the Historical Background of the American Romanticism Era of Literature p. 136 - 150
Assignment: Prepare for quiz on Historical Background of American Romanticism Era. This quiz is on Wednesday!
TUESDAY
Students Testing
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
Q & A (4-5 minutes)
Quiz on p. 136 - 150 Historical Background of American Romanticism Era
Notes for our first Am. Rom. story, “Rip Van Winkle”
Focus students attention to what the word romance really means…..Why are we all wrong that romance means a story about feelings, love, relationships?
Begin with Read/Discussion of author, Washington Irving p. 152 - 153
Begin Read/Audio of Washington Irving’s "Rip Van Winkle" (38 minutes)
Assignment:None
THURSDAY
Finish/Read/Audio “Washington Irving’s "Rip Van Winkle" (38 minutes)
Why is this ‘romantic”? Focus on elements of story that make it a romance
Assignment: Unit test on Tuesday
FRIDAY
Q&A (5 minutes)
Quiz on Washington Irving's "Rip Van Winkle"
Correct/Collect quizzes
Take down notes for our next author and reading
Read/Discuss bio for author, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow p. 174-175
Introductory/ Key point: So what is a Schoolroom Poet or Fireside Poet? Why did kids memorize these works? Lead students to families' entertainment around the fireplace at night....
Begin Read Aloud/Discussion of his first poem "The Tide Rises, and the Tide Falls"
Assignment: None

U.S. History
MONDAY
Saf. Mont./Quiz/Notes “Revolutionary War” (23 minutes).....Continue to second of four Saf. Mont.videos giving an overview of 1620-1815
Second video “Creating a New Nation” (23 minutes)
Discussion as we watch.....Saf. Mont. Quiz with an additional 20 Key Points
What is a Key Point? Let's use good judgment about "what is important?".
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Finish second video "Creating a New Nation" (23 minutes)
Discussion as we watch..... Reminder Saf. Mont. Quiz with an additional 20 Key Points
Continue to third of four Saf. Mont. videos “U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights” (23 minutes)
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
Finish third video from yesterday “U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights” and finally move on to final episode entitled “First Invasion - War of 1812” (23 minutes)
Discuss as wer watch. Reminder Saf. Mont. Quiz with an additional 20 Key Points
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Hand out test syllabus for Unit Test on Chapters 2-6 covering 1400’s to 1815
Lead oral review with students
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
Finish oral review with students for Unit Test
Assignment: Study for Unit Test on Chapters 2-6 on Monday

English 9
MONDAY
Collect/Correct Wkst. #9 on Linking Verbs
Lecture Adjectives orally do Ex. 38, 41, 42, 43, and 44. P. 461-466
Make Adjective card.
Assignment: Complete Ex. 38 and 46 p. 461-466
TUESDAY
Collect/Correct Ex. 38 and 46
Review for Wednesdays quiz
Complete Wkst. 10 on Adjectives
Assignment: Wkst. #10
WEDNESDAY
Correct/Collect Wkst. #10
Continue Work with Adjectives
Complete Wkst. #11 Adjectives
Assignment: Complete worksheets #11
THURSDAY
Quiz on 4 Parts of Speech: Noun/Pronoun/Verb/Adjective
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES….
Assignment: None



General English 12
MONDAY
Unit #3 Expository Essay Reading
Read Aloud to Students the Expository Essay entitled "Finding the Facts: Techniques of Modern Crime-Scene Investigation"
Break Down the Prefixes, Suffixes, and Roots for the 20 identified Vocabulary Terms
Verbally/Visually "Present" each word
Ask students to come up with a SYNONYM for the Vocabulary Term from their own store of Vocabulary....Make Connections
Re-iterate what a "synonym", "antonym", "connotation", denotation" mean...
Assignment: Work on Unit #3 Vocabulary Activities These are to be completed and turned in by the end of Wednesday
TUESDAY
Return to "The Crucible"
Quiz p. 3-25 of Act I
Direct students to take down notes p.26-48
Discuss again, Paranoia/Jealousy/Envy/Long-held Grudges can now be addressed
Read/ Audio/Discussion Act I, The Crucible p. 26-
Assignment: Vocab. on " Finding the Facts: Techniques of Modern Crime-Scene Investigation" due tomorrow
WEDNESDAY
Collect/Correct Unit 3 Vocab for Expository Essay
Continue/Read Aloud/ Audio/Discuss p. 26 What are the issues or problems going on in Salem? What characters are changing and why?
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Finish notes and Discussion through p. 48 (End of Act I)
Focus students’ attention on the characters of Putnam, Giles Corey, and the Nurse family.
Key Point: "Why are these other girls doing what Abigail Williams says?
Finish notes for quiz on p. 26-48 Act I of The Crucible for Tuesday, September 26
Assignment: Study for quiz pp. 3-25
FRIDAY
HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES….
Assignment: None


History of Psychology I
MONDAY
Q &A (4-5 minutes)
Quiz p. 2-11
Begin Lecture/Discussion p. 12
Hand out syllabus for Chapter 3 test
Students should work on completing these notes for tomorrow: tomorrow I will discuss, review,
Assignment: Work on completing Chapter Review syllabus
TUESDAY
Students to guide this review by asking questions....what do they need explained? Help and assist
students with any key concepts that they ask for.
The Chapter 3 Test is an open note test as it is a brief Biology review
Assignment: Prepare your notes/Open note test is tomorrow for Chapter 3
WEDNESDAY
Open Note Test Chapter 3
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Correct Chapter 3 Tests
Take down notes for Chapter 1 p. 2-11
Begin Lecture/Discussion: Why study Psychology?/ "What is the goal of this science? What is "parapsychology"?
Assignment: Read p. 2-11
FRIDAY
HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES….
Assignment: None


P.S English 11
MONDAY
Q &A (3-4 minutes)
Quiz “Speech to the Virginia Convention”
Hand out syllabus for Unit Test on “The Beginnings” unit of American Literature
Assignment: Begin studying for Wednesday’s Unit Test on ‘The Beginnings”
TUESDAY
Finish Review and Discussion for Unit Test on ‘the Beginnings”
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
Unit Test - “The Beginnings”
After testing, hand out to students the Historical Background Study Guide for our new unit:
“The American Romantics”
Assignment: Read p. 136-150 and Complete Historical Background Study Guide for the American Romantics will be due tomorrow
THURSDAY
Correct/Collect Hist. Background Study Guide p. 13-150 American Romantics
Take down notes for quiz on Hist. Bkgrd. P 136-150
Assignment: Begin studying for quiz on Tuesday for p. 136-150 Hist. Bkgrd. Of American Romantics
FRIDAY
HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES….
Assignment: None


U.S. History
MONDAY
Close Reading St.Gde. Chapter 4 due by the end of the day
Saf. Mont./Quiz/Notes/Discussion “ Causes of the Revolution” (23 minutes)
Discussion as we watch.....Saf. Mont. Quiz with an additional 15 Key Points
What is a Key Point? Let's use good judgment about "what is important" What leads these immigrants to
Take on the most powerful country in the world?.
Start next episode….”Declaration of Independence” (23 minutes)
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Continue with Saf.Mont./Quiz/Notes/Discussion “Declaration of Independence” (23 minutes)
Discussion as we watch….Saf. Mont. Quiz with additional 15 points
Then continue on with….”The Revolutionary War” (23 minutes)
Assignment: Finish the Saf.Mont./Quiz for today
WEDNESDAY
Hand out Chapter 5 Close Reading Study Guide “The Constitution of the United States”
Topic: Growth of the American Colonies
Assignment: Chapter 5 Close Reading St. Gde. Ch. 5 due by the end of tomorrow
THURSDAY
Saf. Mont. Quiz/ Notes/Discussion/10 Key Points “Creating a New Nation” (23 minutes)
Discussion
Collect Quiz/Notes
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES….
Collect/Correct Chapter 3 Close Reading Study Guide on Growth of Am. Colonies
Hand out Chapter 4 Close Reading Study Guide
Topic: The Road to Independence 1753-1783
Assignment: Chapter 3 Close Reading Study Guide due on Monday




Extended Learning Time
Quarter 1
September 6, 2017


They are allowed to sit where they choose as long as they can manage themselves, work, and not disturb others……..`


Andrea Schreiner
Cade Fliehs
Cassandra Dickinson
Dawson Firnstahl-Drop/Moved from District on 9/8/17
Jaida Firnstahl
Laila Wiitala
Maegan Wudi
Riley Johnson
Matthew Siroin
Tailor Bohmbach
Carter Scheithauer
Jessie Hutchinson
Jonathan DeRosia

WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 11 – 15, 2017

English 9
MONDAY
Introduction to Pronouns
Make "cards" for Nouns and 8 Types of Pronouns
Purpose of Pronoun
Finite numbers of English words that are pronouns...."if it 'aint' on a card....its not a pronoun"....
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Discuss/Define each type of Pronoun and the Usage of each type
Do samples of each exercise as we go along....Let's get organized with "how" to prepare a quality assignment paper...
Assignment: Ex. 16, 18, 19, and 21 p. 447-451
WEDNESDAY
Correct/Collect homework Ex. 16,18,19, and 21. pp. 447 - 451
Complete worksheet #4 finding Pronouns
Lecture Pronouns that turn into adjectives
Assignment: Complete worksheets #4
THURSDAY
Complete worksheets #5 and 6 Pronouns
Collect/correct at end of class period
Assignmnet: None
FRIDAY
Lecture: (Use text for Verbs)
Make 2 verb cards
Do "Verb Chant"
Use worksheet #9
Assignment: None


General English 12
MONDAY
Unit #2 Informational Text Reading
Read Aloud to Students the Informational Essay entitled "Fashion Victims"
Break Down the Prefixes, Suffixes, and Roots for the 20 identified Vocabulary Terms
Verbally/Visually "Present" each word
Ask students to come up with a SYNONYM for the Vocabulary Term from their own store of Vocabulary....Make Connections
Re-iterate what a "synonym", "antonym", "connotation", denotation" mean...
Assignment: Work on Unit #2 Vocabulary Activities These are to be completed and turned in by the end of Wednesday
TUESDAY
Return to "The Crucible"
Direct students to take down notes p. 3-25
Draw/Sketch out stage directions for Scene !
Discuss again, "how" and "why' this house is "plain"
Read Aloud Introductory History of Salem and the noted families
Begin Audio/Discussion Act I, The Crucible (Try to get to p. 20 and Introduction of the Proctor family)
Assignment: Vocab. on "Fashions Victims" due tomorrow
WEDNESDAY
Collect/Correct Unit 2 Vocab for Informational Essay "Fashion Victims"
Read Aloud/ Audio/Discuss p. 3-25 What are the issues or problems going on in Salem?
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Finish notes and Discussion through p. 25
Move on to p. 26 Read Aloud to students the Interlude which gives us a background to the Nurse family history and some
of the undertones of politics happening among the various families and clans of Salem
Key Point: "Why does it seem that everybody in town has some baggage?....aren't these people good Christians?"
Assignment: Study for quiz pp. 3-25
FRIDAY
Q&A (5 minutes)
Quiz pp. 3-25
Read Aloud/Audio/Discussion to p. 40 Read up to Interlude regarding Giles Corey
Assignment: None

History of Psychology I
MONDAY
PBS Series/Dr. Philip Zimbardo
"The Behaving Brain" and "The Responsive Brain"
Hand out syllabus for Chapter 3 test
Students should work on completing these notes for tomorrow: tomorrow I will discuss, review,
Assignment: Work on completing Chapter Review syllabus
TUESDAY
Students to guide this review by asking questions....what do they need explained? Help and assist
students with any key concepts that they ask for.
The Chapter 3 Test is an open note test as it is a brief Biology review
Assignment: Prepare your notes/Open note test is tomorrow for Chapter 3
WEDNESDAY
Open Note Test Chapter 3
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Correct Chapter 3 Tests
Take down notes for Chapter 1 p. 2-11
Begin Lecture/Discussion: Why study Psychology?/ "What is the goal of this science? What is "parapsychology"?
Assignment: Read p. 2-11
FRIDAY
Chromebooks for research today...
Examples of people throughout history who have claimed psychic abilities. Do a search and find 2 different articles which present people who have claimed to experience the following: Precognition/ Psychokinesis/ Telepathy/ Clairvoyance . Read Articles and Highlight Key Points
Assignment: 2 Parapsychology Articles due on Monday

P.S English 11
MONDAY
Quiz “On Plymouth Plantation”
Read bio for Anne Bradstreet
Read “Here Follows Verses…” and "Huswifery"
Assignment: Prepare for quiz on Anne Bradstreet and Edward Taylor poems
TUESDAY
Quiz on Anne Bradstreet's "Here Follows Verses...: and Taylor's "Huswifery"
Read bio for Ben Franklin
Intro. to "The Autobiography"
Begin audio for "The Autobiography" Get at least 15 of 26 minutes completed
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
Read/Audio "The Autobiography (26 minutes)
Notes for B. Franklin
Discuss
Also comment/read on "All I Ever Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten"
Assignment: Study for quiz on Ben Franklin reading "The Autobiography"
THURSDAY
Quiz "The Autobiography"
Notes for Patrick Henry writing
Read/Discuss bio for Patrick Henry
Read/Audio Henry's "Speech to the Virginia Convention"
Memorize the famous last line
Assignment: Study for quiz on Henry's "Speech to the Virginia Convention"
FRIDAY
Quiz "Speech to the Virginia Convention"
Hand out syllabus for unit test
Begin oral review
Assignment: Unit test on Tuesday

U.S. History
MONDAY
Video: "The New World: The Nightmare in Jamestown" (51 minutes)
Discussion as we watch.....Saf. Mont. Quiz with an additional 20 Key Points
What is a Key Point? Let's use good judgment about "what is important".
Assignment: None
TUESDAY

Finish Video: "The New World: The Nightmare in Jamestown" (51 minutes)

Discussion as we watch..... Reminder Saf. Mont. Quiz with an additional 20 Key Points
Work on completing "Explorers for Dummies" document
Assignment: Turn in Explorers" worksheets tomorrow
WEDNESDAY
Hand out Chapter 3 Close Reading Study Guide
Topic: Growth of the American Colonies
Assignment: Chapter 3 is due by Friday 4th hour
THURSDAY
Saf. Mont. Quiz/ 10 Key Points
Discussion
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
Collect/Correct Chapter 3 Close Reading Study Guide on Growth of Am. Colonies
Hand out Chapter 4 Close Reading Study Guide
Topic: The Road to Independence 1753-1783
Assignment: Chapter 3 Close Reading Study Guide due on Monday











































































English 9
MONDAY
Correct/Collect homework Ex. 16,18,19, and 21. pp. 447 - 451
Complete worksheet #4 finding Pronouns
Lecture Pronouns that turn into adjectives
Assignment: Complete worksheets #4
TUESDAY
Complete worksheets #5 and 6 Pronouns
Collect/correct at end of class period
Assignmnet: None
WEDNESDAY
Mrs. Alexander with Wisconsin Covenant
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Lecture: (Use text for Verbs)
Make 2 verb cards
Do "Verb Chant"
Use worksheet #9
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
Lecture: Helping v. Linking Verbs
Assignment: Wkst. #8


WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 4-8, 2017
English 9

MONDAY

Labor Day - No Classes

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Demonstrate for students the layout/format for each English 9 assignment

Introduction to to nouns: Singular vs. Plural/Possessive Nouns/ Concrete vs. Abstract nouns/Proper vs. Common nouns and Collective nouns

Do a sample of each exercise with students

Assignment: Complete exercises 5, 7, 12, 13 from pl 441 - 445

WEDNESDAY

Correct/Collect homework Ex. 5, 7, 12, 13, from p. 441 - 445

Complete Worksheet #1 in class and grade

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Discuss Complete Practice Quiz on Nouns (Wkst. #2) Check in class and discuss errors/how to fix mistakes

Complete quiz on Nouns (Wkst. #3) Check in class

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

Students have to class period to "make cards" for all Nouns and Pronouns

Assignment: None



General English 12

MONDAY

Labor Day - No Classes

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Hand out to students copies of Vocabulary Studies: Unit 1, p. 12-21

Read Aloud to students, the Historical Nonfiction essay entitled “The Globe Theater: Then and Now”

Discuss



Read Aloud 10 vocabulary words and break them down for roots, suffixes, prefixes, etc.

With students read aloud the directions for each sections and do a question sample for each activity

Check for Understanding

Work with a partner for the remainder of the class period

Assignment: Complete exercises p. 12-21

WEDNESDAY

Correct/Collect homework p. 12-21

Have students open their books to page 3.

Hand out study guide for the Historical Background Act I, p. 3-8

Guide students through close reading/Students may complete study guide as we go along

Assignment: Study Guide for p. 3-8 is due on Friday, 9/8/17

THURSDAY

Set up the scene/Read Stage directions.

Begin Read Aloud. Act I/Have students take down notes for p. 12-21

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

Read Aloud/Discuss -----Students are to continue reading Act I in The Crucible

Assignment: None



HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I

MONDAY

Labor Day - No Classes

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Lecture/Discussion; Psychology as a Science and Parapsychology. Reference p. 5-8

Take notes

Assignment: Read remainder of p. 2 - 11

WEDNESDAY

Finish Lecture/Discussion on types of jobs for the field of psychology and what each entails

Assignment: Study for quiz p. 2-11

THURSDAY

Q&A (5 minutes)

Quiz p. 2-11

Get out Chromebooks

Direct students to read the Psychology article "Parapsychology: Psychology or Not?"



P.S. English 11

MONDAY

Labor Day - No Classes

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Collect and correct study guide for "The Beginnings, The Historical Background Study Guide for p. 2 - 18

Take down notes for quiz on Historical Background-The Beginnings

Discuss

Assignment: Begin studying for Thursday's quiz on Hist. Bkgrd. St.Gde, p. 2-18

WEDNESDAY

Collect/Correct the Study Guide for p. 2-18

Lecture/Discuss the material on Hist. Bkgrd. St.Gde, p. 2-18

Assignment: Study for quiz p. 2-18

THURSDAY

Q&A (5 minutes)

Quiz p. 2-18

Read bio for our first author, William Bradford p. 26

Take down notes for our first reading

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

Discuss the format and structure for each reading regarding Elements of Lit. and Reading Strategies

Audio/Discussion for from "Of Plymouth Plantation" p. 28 - 35 (27 minutes)

Assignment: Study for Quiz on "Of Plymouth Plantation"





U.S.History

MONDAY

Labor Day - No Classes

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Introduction to Ms. K's "Explorers for Dummies" unit

Lecture/Discussion/Notes for English Explorers including John Cabot, Martin Frobisher, John Davis, etc

Why did different groups come to America....who stayed and settled here....who came over for awhile and then returned to Europe?

Assignment: None

WEDNESDAY

Continue with Lecture/Discussion/Notes for permanent English settlements

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Complete the Pre-read Study Guide for Chapters 2 and 3

FRIDAY

Safari Montage/Quiz "Spanish Explorers"

Assignment: None


Friday, September 1

History of Psychology I

Hand out text

Review Classroom Rules and Expectations

Review Grading System

Hand out and review class syllabus

Assignment: None

General English 12

Hand out text
Review Classroom Rules and Expectations
Review Grading System
Hand out and review class syllabus
Assignment: None

P.S. English 11

Hand out text

Review Classroom Rules and Expectations

Review Grading System

Hand out and review class syllabus

Hand out and begin background study guide pp. 2-18

Assignment: None

U.S. History

Hand out text

Review Classroom Rules and Expectations

Review Grading System

Hand out and review class syllabus

Assignment: None

English 9

Hand out text

Review Classroom Rules and Expectations

Review Grading System

Hand out and review class syllabus

Lecture: Define Noun Explain "Concrete v. Abstract nours"

In pairs complete ex. 1, page 439

Assignment: None

Friday, September 2

History of Psychology I

Seating

Begin Introduction to Chapter 2

Lecture pp. 2 - 5 Define psychology/behavior/mental processes

Assignment: None

P.S. English 11

Seating

Lecture/Introduction to American Literature Unit 1 "The Beginnings"

Complete study guide for Background pp. 2 - 18

Collect at the end of the class period

Assignment:Read and finsih study guide for pp. 2 – 18 if not already finished

U.S, History

Seating

Introduction to Ch 2 Lecture:European Colonization of America

Lecture Spanish explorers

Notes ( Hand out Xeroxed copies to students that I have made)

Assignment: None

English 9

Seating

Lecture - Nouns Explain "Abstract v. Concrete" nouns---"Common v. Proper" and "Collective"

Assignment: Complete exercises 5 and 7 pp. 441 - 442 and ex. 12 - 13, pages 444 - 445




Monday, September 4 Labor Day - No Classes


History of Psychology I


Assignment:


P.S. English 11


Assignment:


U.S, History


Assignment:


English 9


Assignment:



Tuesday, September 6


History of Psychology I


Lecture: Psychology as a Science and Parapsychology =Reference pp.5 - 8


Assignment: Study for quiz pp. 2 – 11


P.S. English 11


Correct study guide pp. 2 - 18


Take down notes for historical background quiz


Begin discussion


Assignment: None


U.S, History
Continue lecture on Explorers---- English Explorers/French Explorers/Dutch Explorers
Again reference notes that I made copies of for students of these explorers


Assignment: None


English 9


Check Ex. 5,7,12,and13


Complete worksheet #1 in class and grade


Assignment: None



Wednesday, September 7


History of Psychology I
Quiz pp. 2 – 11
Take down notes pp. 12 - 21


Lecture: Jobs in the Field of Psychology: Clinical, Counseling, School, Educational, Developmental, Personality, Social, Experimental, Environmental and Consumer Psychologists - describe jobs


Assignment: None


P.S. English 11
Take down notes on Historical Background
Discuss
Assignment: Study for quiz pp. 2 - 18




U.S, History
Complete study guide for Chapter 2 on Explorers


Complete open book test Chapter 2


Assignment: None


English 9


Complete Practice quiz on Nouns (Wkst.#2) Check in class and discuss errors
Complete quiz on Nouns (Wkst. #3) Check in class


Assignment: None


Thursday, September 8


History of Psychology I
Go to lab to find 3 articles on ESP
Assignment: ESP articles due tomorrow
ContinueLecture: Jobs in the Field of Psychology: Clinical, Conseling, School, Educations, Developmental, Personality, Social, Experimental, Environmental and Consumer Psychologists - describe jobs


Assignment: Study for quiz pp. 12 - 21




P.S. English 11
Quiz pp. 2 - 18


Notes for "On Plymouth Plantation"


Read/Discuss bio for William Bradford


Begin audio for "On Plymouth Plantation" 27 minutes total


Assignment: None




U.S, History


Complete study guide and 10 point test on Chapter 3 concepts: An Empire and its Colonies/Life in Colonial America/ Blacks in the Colonies/ Tensions between religions, blacks, Indians, etc.
Must use textbook


Assignment: None

English 9
Have students copy from overhead all Noun and Pronoun cards
Assignment: None

WEEK OF MAY 22-26, 2017

U.S.History

MONDAY

Saf.Mont./Quiz/Discussion/Notes for : “The Cold War” (28 minutes) #2

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Saf.Mont./Quiz/Discussion/Notes for : The Sixties: JFK (22 minutes) #3

Assignment: None

WEDNESDAY

Saf.Mont./Quiz/Discussion/Notes for: “The Vietnam War” (25 minutes) #4

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Saf.Mont./Quiz/Discussion/Notes for “U.S. Politics 1960-1980” (27 minutes) #5

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

Hand out syllabus for Final Exam

Begin oral review with students

Assignment: Start studying for Wednesday’s Final Exam

Post Secondary English 12

MONDAY

Dead Poet’s Society

Assignment:

TUESDAY

Dead Poet’s Society

Assignment: None

WEDNESDAY

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English 9

MONDAY

Q&A (2-3 minutes)

Quiz: “The Most Dangerous Game”

Hand out vocabulary for “The Necklace”

Audio/Discussion of “The Necklace” (18 minutes)

Assignment: Study for Quiz on “The Necklace”

TUESDAY

Q&A (2-3 minutes)

Quiz: “The Necklace”

Hand out vocabulary for “The Bass, the River, and Shelia Mant”

Audio/Discussion of “The Bass, the River and Shelia Mant” (15 minutes)

Assignment: Study for Quiz on “The Bass, the River, and Shelia Mant”

WEDNESDAY

Q&A (2-3 minutes)

Quiz: “The Bass, the River, and Shelia Mant”

Hand out vocabulary for “The Scarlet Ibis”

Audio/Discussion of “The Scarlet Ibis” (30 minutes)

Assignment: Study for Quiz on “The Scarlet Ibis”

THURSDAY

Q&A (2-3 minutes)

Quiz: “The Scarlet Ibis”

Hand out vocabulary for from “Night” (15 minutes)

Audio/Discussion of “Night” (15 minutes)

Assignment: Study for Quiz on “Night” and read and complete vocabulary and quiz for “Only Daughter”

FRIDAY

Collect homework

Hand out syllabus for Final Exam and begin oral review

Final is on Thursday, June 1



History of Psychology II

MONDAY

Finish oral review for Chapter Test 20

Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s test on Chapter 20: Social Cognition

TUESDAY

Test Chapter 20 Social Cognition

Assignment: None

WEDNESDAY

Hand out review papers for year-long final exam….and let us begin….

Assignment: Start studying for Final Exam

THURSDAY

Dr. Phillip Zimbardo video on Relationships

Assignment- Study for Final Exam

FRIDAY

Finish class time review for Final Exam which is next Thursday, June 1

Assignment:STUDY





Week of May 15-19, 2017

U.S. History
MONDAY
Collect homework from Friday: Active Reading Guide for Chapter 27.
Then begin with Saf. Mont. Quiz/Notes/Discussion based on what we learned last week…”The Cold War” (28 minutes)
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Move from yesterday’s discussion to a discussion about what is a “Superpower” and what two countries ended up with that “title” and why?
Saf.Mont. Quiz/Notes/Discussion of “America: The Story of Us: Superpower (45 minutes)
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
Finish Saf.Mont. Quiz/Notes/Discussion of “America: The Story of Us: Superpower (45 minutes)
Hand out unit test syllabus for Chapters 23-27
Assignment: Active Reading Guide for Chapter 25 due tomorrow
THURSDAY
Finish oral review for tomorrow’s unit test on Chapters 23-27
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
Unit Test: Chapters 23-27
Assignment: Ch. 26 will be due on Monday, May 8



P.S. ENGLISH 12
MONDAY
Hand out to students the Assessment guide for the William Wordsworth poems. Begin reading aloud for students. Discuss each….and yes, the literary pendulum has swung…...
ARE YOU STUDYING FOR YOUR FINAL EXAM!!!
TUESDAY
Turn in Assessment for Wordsworth’s poems
Hand out to students the Assessment Guide for George Gordon, Lord Byron and Shelley and Keats
I will read poems aloud from each of these young Romantic poets today and Wednesday. Assessments for each reading are due on Thursday.
ARE YOU STUDYING FOR YOUR FINAL EXAM!!!
Assignment:
WEDNESDAY
Continue analysis of works by George Gordon, Lord Byron and Persey B. Shelley and John Keats. I will read poems aloud from each of these young Romantic poets today and Wednesday. Assessments for each reading are due on Thursday.
ARE YOU STUDYING FOR YOUR FINAL EXAM!!!
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Memory Test
FRIDAY
DPS



ENGLISH 9
MONDAY
Audio/Discussion of Saki’s short story entitled “The Open Window”.
Students will take notes as we read and discuss this story.
Assignment: Quiz on Saki’s “The Open Window”
TUESDAY
Q&A (3 - 4 minutes)
Quiz on “The Open Window”
Hand out to students the vocabulary worksheet for next story
Review new Vocabulary words
Read Aloud bio for our next author, Frank Stockton
Read Focus Activity: What if?
Audio of “The Lady, or the Tiger?” (18 minutes)
Discuss
Notes for tomorrow’s quiz on “The Lady, or the Tiger?”
Assignment: Complete Vocabulary/Study for quiz on today’s story, “The Lady, or the Tiger?”
WEDNESDAY
Q&A (3 - 4 minutes)
Quiz on “The Lady, or the Tiger?”
Hand out to students the vocabulary worksheet for next story
Review new Vocabulary words
Read Aloud bio for our next author, Richard Connell
Read Focus Activity: What if?
Audio of “The Most Dangerous Game” (51 minutes)”
Assignment: Continue with this story tomorrow
THURSDAY
Continue on with reading of “The Most Dangerous Game” (51 minutes)
Discuss story
Notes for tomorrow’s quiz on “The Most Dangerous Game”
Assignment: Complete Vocabulary/Study for quiz on today’s story, “The Most Dangerous Game”
FRIDAY
Q&A (3 - 4 minutes)
Quiz on “The Most Dangerous Game”
Hand out to students the vocabulary worksheet for next story
Review new Vocabulary words
Read Aloud bio for our next author, James Thurber
Read Focus Activity: What if?
Audio of “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” (12 minutes)”
Discuss
Notes for Monday’s quiz on “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”
Assignment: Complete Vocabulary worksheet and study for Monday’s quiz on Thurber’s “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”


HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY II

MONDAY
Lecture/Discussion/Note-taking” What is Prejudice? How do you know it when you see it? Continue on with Stereotypes, Discrimination (Discern the difference between prejudice and discrimination?) Discuss the 5 most common causes of Prejudice: Exaggerating Differences and Justifying Economic Status/Social Learning/Victimization and Scapegoating
How does one overcome prejudice?
Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s quiz on p. 465-468
TUESDAY
Q&A (4-5 minutes
Quiz p. 465-468
Continue with Lecture/Discussion of the following: Define Social Perception./Primacy and Recency Effects/ Attribution Theory and p. 469
Read the article entitled “What Can Be Done About Prejudice?”
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
Continue Lecture/Discussion: What is Actor/Observer Bias? What is the Fundamental Attribution Theory?/ what is Self-Serving Bias/ Discuss forms of Nonverbal Communication
Assignment: Study for Friday’s quiz on p. 468-472
THURSDAY
Lecture/Discussion/Visual Examples of prejudice/discrimination/self-serving bias/fundamental attribution theory etc.
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
Q&A (5 minutes)
Quiz p. 468-472

Assignment: None



Week of May 1-5, 2017

U.S. History
MONDAY
Saf. Mont. Quiz/Notes/Discussion based on what we learned last week...moving on in our Chapter Story of WWII (This is my own created story document with “tongue-in-cheek” history stories to help students understand...
“People’s Century The Saga of WWII-Master Race: Nazism Overtakes Germany” (53 minutes)
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Finish Saf. Mont. Quiz/Notes/Discussion based on what we learned last week...moving on in our Chapter Story of WWII
“People’s Century The Saga of WWII-Master Race: Nazism Overtakes Germany” (53 minutes)
Begin work on Active Reading Guide - Chapter 25 Allies Mobilizing for War If student is going to the program at MASH tomorrow, he/she needs to take Chapter 25 Active Reading Guide and have it completed for class on Thursday
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
Finish reading and work on Active Reading Guide - Chapter 25 Allies Mobilizing for War
Assignment: Active Reading Guide for Chapter 25 due tomorrow
THURSDAY
Collect homework (Active Reading Guide for Chapter 25)
Saf. Mont. Quiz/Notes/Discussion: “World War II” (32 minutes) based on what we learned last week...moving on using our Chapter Story of WWII)
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
I am absent
Students will Read Chapter 26 and complete the Active Reading Guide
Assignment: Ch. 26 will be due on Monday, May 8


P.S. ENGLISH 12
MONDAY
Hand out test review for Novel Unit Exam
Continue viewing of Of Mice and Men
Assignment: Begin preparing for Novels Unit Test on Wed, May 3
ARE YOU STUDYING FOR YOUR FINAL EXAM!!! THURS., MAY 18
TUESDAY
Finish viewing of Of Mice and Men
(25 minutes) Offer assistance with preparation for tomorrow’s Novels Unit Test on Of Mice and Men
ARE YOU STUDYING FOR YOUR FINAL EXAM!!! THURS., MAY 18
Assignment:Finish study guide p. 104 - 125 for tomorrow
WEDNESDAY
Novels Unit Test: Of Mice and Men
Assignment: None
ARE YOU STUDYING FOR YOUR FINAL EXAM!!! THURS., MAY 18
THURSDAY
Hand out open-book assessment guide for the reading of Jonathan Swift, “A Modest Proposal”
Read Aloud/Discuss
Assignment: Complete Analysis guide for “A Modest Proposal”
ARE YOU STUDYING FOR YOUR FINAL EXAM!!! THURS., MAY 18
FRIDAY
Collect/Correct homework
Read/Discuss bio for our next author, Samuel Johnson
Hand out Analysis Guide for the reading, A Dictionary of the English Language and “Letter to Lord Chesterfield”
Assignment; Complete Analysis Guide for today’s brief readings
ARE YOU STUDYING FOR YOUR FINAL EXAM!!! THURS., MAY 18


ENGLISH 9
MONDAY
Read Aloud/Discuss poems, “Desmet, Idaho, March 1969” and “The Funeral”
Focus on literary terms and usage of hyperbole, alliteration, narrative poems
Students will complete Active Reading Guide as we read aloud and discuss poems. Student responses of the “Evaluating and Connecting “ questions must be in complete sentences!!!!
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Collect/Correct homework
Continue on with reading author bios and poems, “The Space” and “who are you, little i”
Literary Focus is on the use and effectiveness of the following: Imagery, figurative language including similes and metaphors
Assignment: Complete Active Reading Guide for today’s poems
WEDNESDAY
Correct/Correct homework
Continue on with the reading of author bios and poems, “The Secret” and “My Poetry”
Literary Focus: Free Verse Poetry WHY DO YOU LIKE IT SO MUCH???
Assignment: Complete Active Reading Guide for today’s poems
THURSDAY
Collect/Correct homework
Continue on with reading author bios and poems, “A Red, Red Rose” and “I Am Offering This Poem” and haikus
Literary Focus is emotional appeals in poetry and structure and strength of haikus
Assignment: Complete Active Reading Guide for today’s poems
FRIDAY
Collect/Correct homework
Continue on with reading author bios and poems, “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” and “I Am Offering This Poem” and haikus
Literary Focus is emotional appeals in poetry and structure and strength of haikus
Assignment: Complete Active Reading Guide for today’s poems

HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY II

MONDAY
Finish viewing of video regarding Schizophrenia
Take down notes for p. 426-431
Begin Discussion/Lecture/Read Schizophrenia/ Types of Schizophrenia including Paranoid, Disorganized and Catatonic
Assignment: Read p. 425-431
TUESDAY
Continue Lecture/Discussion: Personality Disorders included in DSM-V are 10 identified types of personality disorders. We are looking at 4 of them: Paranoid, Schizoid, Antisocial, and Avoidant.
Assignment: Begin studying for tomorrow’s quiz on p. 425-431
WEDNESDAY
Q& A (5 minutes)
Quiz p. 425-431 Hand out Review Activities: Graphic Organizer/Case Studies/Theory Analysis
Assignment: Complete Chapter Review activities due tomorrow
THURSDAY
Collect/Correct Review Worksheets
Begin watching video of Personality Disorders
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
Finish viewing of Personality Disorders
Assignment; Get this quarter’s article and Reflective Essay due 5/25










WEEK OF April 24-28, 2017



U.S.History

MONDAY

Hand out test syllabus

Begin oral review for unit test on Chapters 20 - 23

Assignment: Start studying for Wednesday’s test on Chapters 20 - 23

TUESDAY

Finish oral review for unit test on Chapters 20 - 23

Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s test on Chapters 20-23

WEDNESDAY

Unit Test: Chapters 20-23

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Introduction to new unit: World War II

Hand out my “Outline of Events” Begin going through the events that started the war including Germany’s anger at how they were treated in the Treaty of Versailles at the end of World War I and England’s leader, Neville Chamberlain and his determination to “Appease” Hitler.

Not asking an English woman to sacrifice more...

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

Students are to read Chapter 24 and begin the accompanying Active Reading Guide

Assignment: None



Post Secondary English 12

MONDAY

First reading from the authors of the English Restoration period: “A Modest Proposal”

Students to complete the assessment activity as we read and discuss this essay

Readers inability to understand sarcasm

Assignment: Complete reading assessment activity for Swift’s “Modest Proposal”

TUESDAY

Collect homework

Read bio for our next author, Samuel Johnson

Hand out Reading Activity to go along with Samuel Johnson’s works: from “A Letter to Lord Chesterfield” and Johnson’s “A Dictionary of the English Language”

Assignment: Complete Active Reading Guide for these two readings from Samuel Johnson

WEDNESDAY

Collect and correct homework

Read bio for our next author, Alexander Pope

Hand out Active Reading guide for ‘The Rape of the Lock”

Set up this story with the backstory for the real people of this real social event

Begin audio for “The Rape of the Lock” (12 minutes)

Read and complete the Active Reading Guide for “The Rape of the Lock”

Assignment: Finish reading and the Active Reading Guide

ALSO….ARE YOU STUDYING FOR YOUR FINAL EXAM?

THURSDAY

Collect and correct homework

Read bio for our next author, Samuel Pepys

Hand out accompanying Active Reading Guide

Audio (27 minutes)

Assignment: Students are to complete the Active Reading Guide for “The Diary of Samuel Pepys

FRIDAY

Collect and correct homework regarding “The Diary of Samuel Pepys

Hand out syllabus to begin reviewing for unit test

Oral Review

Assignment: Begin studying for Unit test on the writings from the Restoration Period that is slated for Tuesday, May 2



English 9

MONDAY

Begin viewing of Romeo and Juliet

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Continue viewing of Romeo and Juliet

Assignment: None

WEDNESDAY

Finish viewing Romeo and Juliet

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Introduction to Poetry: Genre Focus for Poetry P. 436

Discuss Elements and Techniques for Poetry/Reading Strategies

Hand out the Selection Assessment for our first readings: ‘The Black Snake”, page 448-449 then move on to “The Meadow Mouse”

Assignment: Finish Selection Assessment for the two poems

FRIDAY

Collect and correct homework

Hand out Selection Assessment for two new poems, “Desmet, Idaho, March 1969” and “The Funeral”

Ask students for their own stories of distance and understanding of distance and size when one is a young child.

Read Aloud/Discuss. Focus will be on the poets’ use of hyperbole.

Assignment: Complete Selection Assessment for today’s two poems



History of Psychology II

MONDAY

Begin Lecture/Discussion: Define anxiety. When are you most anxious? How do you “show” that you are anxious? Give personal examples.

What types of Anxiety Disorders are there? Define phobias

Direct students to come up with a list of 25 strangest phobias that you can find. (this needs to be ready by Wednesday”) I will give credit for this. Define Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia

Assignment: Read p. 415 - 421



TUESDAY

Continue Lecture/Discussion: Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) Show t.v. commercial for this. Continue with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Stress Disorders

How do different psychological professionals ( Remember BeaCH PLeaSe???)explain the existence of Anxiety Disorders

Assignment: Read p. 409-415

WEDNESDAY

Continue Lecture/Discussion: Read “The Boy Who Couldn’t Stop Washing”.

Move on to another category of disorders: Dissociative Disorders. Define Dissociation (We have used this term before.) Discuss types of Dissociative Disorders including: Dissociative Amnesia, Dissociative Fugue, Dissociative Identity Disorder and Depersonalization Disorder. Again, how do psychological professionals explain the existence of these types of mental disorders?

Assignment: Prepare for a quiz tomorrow on p. 415-421

THURSDAY

Q&A (4 minutes)

Quiz p. 415-421

Take down notes

Begin Lecture/Discussion p.421 ? Define Somatoform. What are the types of Somatoform disorders identified in the DSM: define and give examples of behaviors for the following: Conversion Disorder

Assignment: Read p. 415-421

FRIDAY

Finish Lecture/Discussion of Somatoform Disorders: Hypochondriasis. Then offer psychological professionals’ explanations for Somatoform Disorders

Assignment: Study for quiz on Monday for p.415-421





WEEK OF April 17-21, 2017

U.S.History

MONDAY
No Classes
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Saf. Mont. Video/Notes/Discussion “Great Depression and the New Deal” (32 min.)
Assignment:None
WEDNESDAY
Continue with Discussion/Lecture with “Freedom A History of US: Depression and War” (27 min.)
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Saf. Montage Discussion/Quiz/Notes for “World Economy Part 1: Depression and Recovery” (22 minutes)
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
Students are to read Chapter 23 and begin the accompanying Active Reading Guide
Assignment: None

Post Secondary English 12

MONDAY
No Classes
Assignment:
TUESDAY
Seniors to Reality Fair/ No Class
WEDNESDAY
Introduction to the Restoration Period
Read and complete the Study Guide for p. 467-488.
Assignment: Finish work on Study Guide due on Thursday
Lecture/Discussion/Notes on the Historical Background of the Restoration Period
Assignment: Finish Study Guide for p. 467-488 due Thursday
ALSO….ARE YOU STUDYING FOR YOUR FINAL EXAM?
Assignment: Finish Study Guide for p. 467-488 due tomorrow and prepare for quiz
Finish oral review for unit test on the Renaissance Period
THURSDAY
Collect Hist. Bkgrd. Study Guides
Q&A (3-4 minutes)
Quiz - Historical Background of the Restoration Period
Hand out Active Reading Guide for our first author, Jonathan Swift and Gulliver’s Travels
Assignment:
FRIDAY
Continue with reading of 2nd excerpt from Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels
Assignment: None

English 9

MONDAY

No Classes
Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Discuss Act V for Quiz
Collect and Correct Act V Study Guide for Romeo and Juliet
Begin viewing of Romeo and Juliet
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
Quiz Act V of Romeo and Juliet
Continue viewing Romeo and Juliet
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Continue viewing of Romeo and Juliet
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
Begin reviewing for Drama Unit Exam on Romeo and Juliet
Finish movie and begin review for unit test on Romeo and Juliet
Assignment: None

History of Psychology II
MONDAY
No Classes

TUESDAY
Introduction to new unit: Chapter 18 Psychological Disorders
Take down notes
Begin Lecture/Discussion: What are Psychological Disorders? How do we identify Psychological Disorders? What are the symptoms of psychological disorders?
Assignment: Read p. 409-415
WEDNESDAY
Continue Lecture/Discussion: What is the DSM? Who writes and revises it? How do we classify these disorders? Exam the chart from p. 414. Analyze/Discuss
Assignment: Start studying for quiz on p. 409-415
THURSDAY
Q&A (4 minutes)
Quiz p. 409-415
Take down notes
Begin Lecture/Discussion p. 415-421 What is Anxiety? What are the types of Anxiety-based disorders identified in the DSM? Phobias, Panic Disorder, and Generalized Anxiety Disorder (Show commercial clips)
Assignment: Read p. 415-421
FRIDAY
Students are to do a search for the ‘Strangest 25 Phobias” Then search/ find a Case Study online from someone who suffers from that phobia. Summarize that person’s view of his/her phobia and how does it impact his/her life?
Assignment: 1 page typed summary regarding Phobia Find...





WEEK OF April 10-14, 2017



U.S.History

MONDAY

Review key elements of the Stock Market Crash--=-”The Republican Decade: 1920’s”

Connect this to the beginning of what will be called the “Great Depression”

Hoovervilles, Hoover flags, Hoover hogs, and Hoover blankets
"The Decade of "Anything That Could Go Wrong, Did Go Wrong" at least for American farmers

Focal point will be American farmers

Use clips and photographs to demonstrate

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Finish the Active Reading Guide for Chapter 22 “The Stock Market Crash

Assignment: Active Reading Guide due by the end of Wednesday

WEDNESDAY

Continue with Discussion/Lecture with “Surviving the Dust Bowl”

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Saf. Montage Quiz/Notes for “20th Century History: 1929-1941: The Great Depression” 29 minutes

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

No Classes/Good Friday

Assignment: None


Post Secondary English 12

MONDAY

Read Aloud biography for John Suckling

Read Aloud/Discuss “Why so Pale and Wan, Fond Lover”

Read Aloud biography for Ben Jonson

Read Aloud/Discuss “On My First Son” and “Song: To Celia”

Read Aloud biography for Richard Lovelace

Read Aloud/Discuss “To Lucasta, on going to the Wars” and “To Althea, from Prison”

Students are to work on the Reading Guide and Graphic Organizers for each poem as I present them.

Assignment: Finish work on Reading Guide and Graphic Organizer for these sonnets

TUESDAY

Hand out review worksheet for unit test on readings from the Renaissance Period

Begin oral review

Assignment: Begin studying for Unit test on Renaissance Period that will be on Thursday

ALSO….ARE YOU STUDYING FOR YOUR FINAL EXAM?

WEDNESDAY

Finish oral review for unit test on the Renaissance Period

Assignment: Begin studying for Unit test on Renaissance Period that will be on Thursday

THURSDAY

Unit Test on the Renaissance Period

Remaining time….give the students the Historical Background Study Guide for our next literary period of study

Assignment: Historical Background Study Guide will be due on Wednesday of next week

FRIDAY

No Classes/Good Friday

Assignment: None


English 9

MONDAY


Continue reading of Act IV, scenes 4-5 of Romeo and Juliet
Students should continue working on study guide as we read and discuss

Assignment: Continue Act IV study guide

TUESDAY


Finish reading of Act IV of Romeo and Juliet

Students should finish Active Reading Guide as we read and discuss

Take down notes for a quiz on Act IV of Romeo and Juliet

Assignment: Complete study guide for Act IV and study for tomorrow’s quiz on Act IV of Romeo and Juliet

WEDNESDAY

Q&A (3-4 minutes) Look over notes….

Quiz Act IV of Romeo and Juliet

Hand out study guide for Act V of Romeo and Juliet

Begin Read Aloud/Discuss Act V of Romeo and Juliet

Assignment: Continue filling out study guide for Act V as we read and discuss

THURSDAY

Finish Read Aloud/Discussion of Act V of Romeo and Juliet

Students should continue work on Active Reading Guide as we read and discuss

Assignment:Finish work on Act V Active Reading Guide

FRIDAY

No Classes/ Good Friday

Assignment: None



History of Psychology II
MONDAY

Lecture/Discussion: What Influences Intelligence? Look at findings from studies on Kinship studies and Adoptee studies/ What Environmental Issues can impact one’s IQ: home, parenting pre-school programs.

Finally, what happens to your IQ as an adult.

Assignment Study for quiz p. 218-221

TUESDAY

Q&A (5 minutes)

Quiz p. 218-221

Correct and collect quizzes

Hand out review worksheet for our Chapter 9 study on Intelligence

Begin oral review

Assignment: Start studying for your Chapter 9 test on the syllabus

WEDNESDAY

Finish oral review for tomorrow’s test in Chapter 9 Intelligence

Assignment:

THURSDAY

Test on Chapter 9 Intelligence

Take down notes for our first section of material from our next unit of study

Assignment: Happy Easter

FRIDAY

No Classes/Good Friday

Assignment: None


WEEK OF MARCH 27-31, 2017

U.S.History

MONDAY
Brief clips demonstrating the new weapons of war used during WW I
Discuss
World view of the United States after WWI
TUESDAY
Introduction to New Unit: Postwar Social Change
Using a series of brief video clips, I will introduce “The Roaring Twenties”
Example:Roaring Twenties: The Boom Times (5 min. 46 sec.)
During the 1920s, construction of factories, homes and office buildings soared, and Americans began enjoying many consumer goods, including telephones, radios and automobiles. The number of American homes with electricity increased dramatically, and stores like Sears, J.C. Penney and Piggly Wiggly offered a wide variety of items for purchase in one convenient location.
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
Students are to read Chapter 20 and work on the Active Reading Guide
Assignment: Active Rdg. Guide for Chapter 20 is due by the end of Thursday
THURSDAY
Lecture/Introduction to “The Republican Decade” 1920’s
Brief video clips re: flappers, cars, speakeasies
Hand out Active Reading Guide for Chapter 21 Students today’s class period and tomorrow’s to have the Reading Guide for Chapter 21
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
Finish Active Reading Guide for Chapter 21
Assignment: None


Post Secondary English 12

MONDAY
Read Aloud biography for Edmund Spenser
Read Aloud/Discuss “Sonnet 30” and “Sonnet 75” and “Amoretti”
Students are to work on the Reading Guide and Graphic Organizers for each poem as I present them.
Assignment: Continue work on Reading Guide and Graphic Organizer for these sonnets
TUESDAY
Continue Lecture/Discussion of the great Renaissance Period writers and poets
Read Aloud biography for William Shakespeare
Read Aloud each Shakespeare sonnet for students; discuss
Students are to work on the Reading Guide and Graphic Organizers for each poem as I present them including Sonnet 29, Sonnet 73, Sonnet 116, and Sonnet 130
Assignment: Continue work on Reading Guide and Graphic Organizer for Shakespeare sonnets
WEDNESDAY
Collect homework
Hand out next booklet
Read bio for our next Renaissance writers: Christopher Marlowe and Sir Walter Raleigh
Read Aloud/Discuss companion poems “Passionate Shepherd to his Love” and “The Nymph’s Reply”
Begin with Andrew Marvel biography
Assignment: Continue work on Reading Guide and Graphic Organizer for Shakespeare sonnets
THURSDAY
Continue with Read Aloud?Discussion of Marvel’s “To His Coy Mistress” and Robert Herrick’s “To The Virgins to Make Much of Time”
Continue reading aloud sonnets with Edmund Spenser’s “Sonnets 30 and 75”
Assignment: Complete Active Reading Guide to be turned in tomorrow.
FRIDAY
I am absent. ????? Need a new plan


English 9

MONDAY

Continue reading of Act II, scenes 4-5 of Romeo and Juliet

Students should continue working on study guide as we read and discuss
Assignment: Continue Act I study guide

TUESDAY

Continue reading of Act II, scene 6 of Romeo and Juliet

Students should finish Active Reading Guide as we read and discuss
Take down notes for a quiz on Act II of Romeo and Juliet
Assignment: Complete study guide for Act II and study for tomorrow’s quiz on Act II of Romeo and Juliet
WEDNESDAY
Q&A (3-4 minutes) Look over notes….
Quiz Act II of Romeo and Juliet
Hand out study guide for Act III of Romeo and Juliet
Begin Read Aloud/Discuss Act III of Romeo and Juliet
Assignment: Continue filling out study guide for Act III as we read and discuss
THURSDAY
Continue Read Aloud/Discussion of Act III of Romeo and Juliet
Students should continue work on Active Reading Guide as we read and discuss
Assignment: Continue work on Act III Active Reading Guide
FRIDAY
Students to do a “Quick Write” on comparing young love today to young love of Shakespeare’s day (10-12 sentences) Must include label a Simple Sentence, a Compound Sentence, a Complex Sentence, and a Compound-Complex Sentence
Assignment: Work on Act III Active Reading Guide


History of Psychology II
MONDAY
Introduction to new unit of study: Intelligence
Take down notes
Lecture/Discussion: What is intelligence? What is the difference between intelligence and achievement? Begin with famed theorists and researchers and the various theories of what intelligence is including Spearman’s “Two-Factor Theory” and Louis Thurstone’s theory of “Primary Mental Abilities” and Howard Gardner’s theory of “Multiple Intelligences (7).
Assignment None
TUESDAY
Continue Lecture/Discussion: Return to Howard Gardner’s theory of “Multiiple Intelligences” and Robert Sternberg’s “Triarchic Theory” and Daniel Goleman’s theory of “Emotional Quotient”
Touch on Gary Kasparov to demonstrate the uniqueness and abstract nature of the human mind
Assignment: Study for quiz p. 206-210
WEDNESDAY
Q&A (5 minutes)
Quiz p. 206-210
Take down notes for p. 210-214
Introduction to ways of measuring intelligence: Stanford-Binet Test vs. Wechsler Scales. How are these two alike and different? What is test reliability and validity? What makes for a good IQ test?
Assignment:
THURSDAY
Continue Lecture/Discussion of “What makes a good IQ test? What are the problems with IQ tests?
Assignment: Study for quiz on p. 210 - 214
FRIDAY
Q&A (3-4 minutes)
Quiz P. 210 -214
Take down notes for 215-218
Begin Lecture/Discussion: What are the differences in !Q? What is mental retardation? Degrees of mental retardation; mild, moderate, severe, and profound
Assignment: None






WEEK OF MARCH 20-24, 2017

U.S.History

MONDAY

Hand out test syllabus for Chapters 17-19

Begin unit review

Assignment: Start studying for test on Chapters 17-19

TUESDAY

Continue review for test on Chapters 17-19

Assignment: Continue studying for test on Chapters 17-19

WEDNESDAY

Continue review for test on Chapters 17-19

Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s exam on Chapters 17-19

THURSDAY

Exam: Chapters 17-19

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

Introduction to new Unit of Study “Post-war and Social Change” 1920-1929

Assignment: None



Post Secondary English 12

MONDAY

Hand out notes for quiz on the Historical Background of the Renaissance period

Discuss the ‘Tudor and Stuart” family lineage-Why so important in history?

Assignment: Notes

TUESDAY

Continue Lecture/Discussion on Historical Background of the Renaissance Period

Assignment: Study for quiz on Hist. Bkgd. of Renaissance p. 190-212

WEDNESDAY

Q & A (4-5 minutes)

Quiz - Hist. Bkgrd. Of Renaissance Period

Read bio for our first poet, Sir Thomas Wyatt p. 212

Hand out Active Reading Guide

“Whoso List the Hunt”

Assignment: Work on Active Reading Guide

THURSDAY

Start with a thorough discussion of the following: Define Sonnet/Elements of a Sonnet/Two Types of Sonnet- English and Italian/How does one tell the difference between the two?

“Amoretti”

Continue reading aloud sonnets with Edmund Spenser’s “Sonnets 30 and 75”

Assignment: Continue work on Active Reading Guide

FRIDAY

Continue reading aloud sonnets

Today: 4 Sonnet by the Bard himself, William Shakespeare

Assignment: Finish Active Reading Guide for these sonnets




English 9

MONDAY

Continue reading of Act I, scene 3 of Romeo and Juliet

Students should continue working on study guide as we read and discuss

Assignment: Continue Act I study guide

TUESDAY

Continue reading of Act I, scenes 4-5 of Romeo and Juliet

Students should continue working on study guide as we read and discuss

Take down notes for a quiz on Act I of Romeo and Juliet

Assignment: Complete study guide for Act I and study for tomorrow’s quiz on Act I

of Romeo and Juliet

WEDNESDAY

Q&A (3-4 minutes) Look over notes….

Quiz Act I of Romeo and Juliet

Hand out study guide for Act II of Romeo and Juliet

Begin Read Aloud/Discuss Act II of Romeo and Juliet

Assignment: Continue filling out study guide for Act II as we read

THURSDAY

Continue Read Aloud/Discussion of Act II of Romeo and Juliet

Famed “Balcony scene” today

Assignment: Reminder- D.E.A.R. BOOK PROJECTS ARE DUE TODAY!

FRIDAY

Continue reading of Act II, scenes 3-5 of Romeo and Juliet

Students should continue working on study guide as we read and discuss

Take down notes for a quiz on Act II of Romeo and Juliet….if time permits

Assignment: Work on Act II study guide



History of Psychology II

MONDAY

Begin Lecture/Discussion p. 167-173

Topics: Forgetting-How and why does it happen? Methods to improving one’s memory skills. Three basic memory tasks

Assignment None

TUESDAY

Continue Lecture/Discussion: Different Kinds of forgetting including Repression and Amnesia. Types of Amnesia include Infantile Amnesia, Anterograde Amnesia, and Retrograde Amnesia. Finally, Ways of Improving Your Memory Skills

Assignment: Study for quiz p. 167-173

WEDNESDAY

Q&A (5 minutes)

Quiz p. 167-173

Take down notes for p. 210-214

Dr. Phillip Zimbardo video: Remembering and Forgetting

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Hand out review worksheets/Complete in class

FRIDAY

Hand out review syllabus for Chapter 7 Test

Oral Review with students

Assignment: Study for Chapter 7 Test on Monday


Week of March 13 - March 17, 2017

U.S. History
MONDAY
Students are to work on reading Chapter 17 and completing the study guide for this chapter….Becoming a World Power
Assignment: Come into my room to finish Ch. 17, if needed. It is due by the end of the day tomorrow.
TUESDAY
Saf.Mont./Notes/Quiz for “The Spanish American War”
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
Saf.Mont./Notes/Quiz for “Panama Canal”
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Students are to work on reading Chapter 18 and completing the study guide for this chapter...The Origins of Progressivism
Assignment: Come into my room to finish Ch. 18, if needed. It is due by the end of the day tomorrow.
FRIDAY
Saf.Mont./Notes/Quiz for “Progressivism”
Assignment: None


P.S. ENGLISH 12
MONDAY
Hand out to students the Historical Background Study Guide for our next unit of study, The Renaissance Period. This assignment is out of order, but I don’t want to lose the class time. Students may use the class period to read p. 190-212 and work on the study guide. Tomorrow, I will go back and pick up where I left off in the readings with students.
Assignment: St. Gde. due Friday
TUESDAY
Finish Read/Notes/Discussion of “Gawain and the Green Knight”
(28 minutes) p. 158-168
Assignment: Prepare for quiz on “Gawain and the Green Knight”
WEDNESDAY
Q&A (3-4 minutes)
Quiz “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight”
Hand out review syllabus for this unit
Finish reviewing for unit test tomorrow
Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s test on the Middle Ages


THURSDAY
Test: MIddle Ages
Remind students that the study guide for p. 190-212 is due tomorrow!!!!
Assignment: Study for quiz on the Prologue p. 104-125
FRIDAY
Use study guide as tool for discussion on the Renaissance Period
Discussion of the Tudor and the Stuarts….Why so remarkable in history?
Assignment; None


ENGLISH 9
MONDAY
Introduction to William Shakespeare
Lecture- Shakespeare bio/Globe Theatre/Patronage system
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Begin reading aloud Act I, scene 1 of Romeo and Juliet
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
Hand out study guide for Act !
Advise students to fill in study guide as we read and discuss
Continue Read Aloud/Discussion of Act I, scene 2 of Romeo and Juliet
Assignment: Complete labelling Bklt. #6 on Adjective Clauses
THURSDAY
Continue Read Aloud/Discussion of Act I, scene 3 of Romeo and Juliet
Advise students to fill in study guide as we read and discuss
Assignment: Continue work on study guide
FRIDAY
Continue Read Aloud/Discussion of Act I, scene 4-5 of Romeo and Juliet
Advise students to fill in study guide as we read and discuss
Assignment: Complete Study Guide for Act 1 of Romeo and Juliet

HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY II

MONDAY
Students are to take down notes for our next 3 sections of readings...Zane will set up the “rig” and change the pages as needed.
Assignment: Read p. 153
TUESDAY
Begin Lecture/Discussion p. 154-160 Key Concepts: Three Kinds of Memory and Three Processes of Memory/Visual Codes/Acoustic Codes/Semantic Codes
Assignment: Begin studying for Thursday’s quiz on p. 154-160
WEDNESDAY
Continue Lecture/Discussion: Storage systems in our memory process/ Maintenance Rehearsal and Elaborative Rehearsal/Retrieval of Information with Context-Dependent Memory and State-Dependent Memory and “Tip of the Tongue” experiences
Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s quiz on p. 154-160
THURSDAY
Q & A (3-4 minutes)
Quiz p. 154-160
Collect/Correct quizzes
Begin Lecture/Discussion p. 160 - 166 What are the 3 stages of Memory: Sensory/Short-Term/Long Term How do we get information into long term memory?
What are the Primacy and Recency Effects when it comes to presentation of new material in any format?
Assignment: Read p. 160-166
FRIDAY
Continue Lecture/Discussion with What is Interference in terms of our memory processes? How much can we remember? What about the accuracy of our memories?
Assignment; Study for quiz p. 160-166 on Monday


Week of February 27 - March 3, 2017


U.S. History

MONDAY

Take U.S. History Test for mid-year review of SLO

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Hand out syllabus for Unit Test on Chapters 13 - 16. Begin review.

Begin review for Unit Test

Assignment: None

WEDNESDAY

Finish review for unit test on Chapters 13 - 16

Assignment: Study for exam

THURSDAY

Test - Chapters 13 - 16

Assignment:

FRIDAY

Hand out the study guide for Chapter 17



P.S. ENGLISH 12

MONDAY

Continue reading aloud the Prologue to the “Canterbury Tales”

Read and discuss characters starting with the Sargeant at Law, Franklin, Haberdasher, Dyer, Carpenter, Weaver, and Carpetmaker, Cook, Skipper, Doctor and Wife of Bath….…..

Focus; Demonstrate reading skills that are necessary to read this type of material independently

Students to fill out study guide on our characters as we go along

Assignment: Finish work on study guide p. 104 - 125

TUESDAY

MONDAY

Continue reading aloud the Prologue to the “Canterbury Tales”

Read and discuss characters starting with page 116 with the Wife of Bath, the Parson, the Plowman, Reeve, Miller, Manciple, Pardoner and Summoner to line 735 on p. 122.

Assignment:Finish study guide p. 104 - 125 for tomorrow

WEDNESDAY

Finish the summary of the Prologue with p. 122-125

Correct study guide

Assignment: None



THURSDAY

Collect/Correct Prologue Study Guide p. 104-125

Discuss/Review...take notes for quiz on the Prologue

Assignment: Study for quiz on the Prologue p. 104-125

FRIDAY

Q&A (4-5 minutes)

Quiz p. 104-125

Take down notes for the Pardoner’s Tale

Have students look up the “Seven Deadly Sins”

Give them the remainder of the class period to read, work on writing movie summaries on their Chromebooks and/or other homework

Assignment; None



ENGLISH 9

MONDAY

Introduction to Clauses

Cut and Paste day for new cards including future Punctuation Cards

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Define Clause

3 Types of Clauses: Adjective, Adverb and Noun Clause

Differentiate between Main/Independent Clause v. Subordinate/Dependent Clauses...how do you know if what you identified as a subordinate clause is really a sub clause?

  1. Look for Subordinate Conjunctions or Relative Pronouns and
  2. Cross check yourself by mentally “comma craning” the sub clause out….what remains MUST READ FLAWLESSLY AS A FLUENT SENTENCE. This applies to Adjective and Adverb Clauses, not not not not Noun Clauses

Hand out Worksheet #1 AND #2

Model labelling BY USING BOTH RULES/TECHNIQUES #1 AND #2

Assignment: Complete Wksts. #1 and #2

WEDNESDAY

Correct/Correct Worksheet #1-2

Hand out Worksheet #6 on Adjective Clauses

Assignment: Complete labelling Bklt. #6 on Adjective Clauses

THURSDAY

Correct/Correct Worksheet #6

Complete Wkst. #8 alone as a brief Check Quiz on Adjective Clauses

With time remaining, introduce Adverb Clauses and how to identify them in a sentence

Use the reverse Side of Wkst. #8 to practice finding Adverb Clauses

Assignment: Complete back side of Wkst. #8

FRIDAY

Collect Wkst. #8

Hand out to students, the Wkst. Bklt. starting with p. 41. Students are to work alone in finding and underlining the Adverb Sub Clauses in these sentences.

Assignment: Complete Bklt. P.41

HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY II


MONDAY

Q & A (3-4 minutes)

Quiz p. 128-135

Take down notes

Begin Lecture/Discussion p. 135 - 144 with the story of “LIttle Albert”, Operant Conditioning/Who is B.F. Skinner?/ What is Reinforcement?/ What are the types of Reinforcement: Primary and Secondary and Positive and Negative

Assignment: Read p. 135 - 144

TUESDAY

Continue Lecture/Discussion:Difference between Reinforcers and Rewards and Punishments/Types of Punishments: Which ones work with children and which do not?/ Different Schedules of Reinforcement including Continuous and Partial Schedules vs. Interval Schedules vs. Ration Schedules

Assignment: Begin studying for Thursday’s quiz on p. 135-144

WEDNESDAY

Continue Lecture/Discussion: on Extinction in Operant Conditioning and Applications of Operant Conditioning including Shaping and Programmed Learning and finally, Classroom Discipline-----You are the pros---what do students think works and what doesn’t?

Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s quiz on p. 135-144

THURSDAY

Q & A (3-4 minutes)

Quiz p. 135-144

Collect/Correct quizzes

Take down notes for p. 145 - 149

Begin Lecture/Discussion p. 145 - 149 with Latent Learning vs. Observational Learning/ Who is Albert Bandura, and what was his theory? What does any of this have to do with Television Violence?

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

Students have the class period today to get on their Chromebooks, select and read your choice of article and write a reflective paragraph about that article.

Assignment; Get this quarter’s article and reflective paragraph completed













WEEK OF FEBRUARY 13-17, 2017

U.S.History

MONDAY
Continue work on student projects due on Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Assignment: Continue work on unit project

TUESDAY

Students need to take the U.S. History test to complete my mid-year SLO
Assignment: Continue work on unit project

WEDNESDAY

Continue work on student projects due on Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Assignment-

THURSDAY

Mrs. Rhodes will be in class today to address Social Studies ACT Prep
Assignment: Work on your project due Tuesday, February 21.

FRIDAY

Students can use the class period today to work on their unit projects which will be due on Tuesday, February 21
Assignment: Work on your project

Post Secondary English 12

MONDAY
Read Aloud and complete notes on the test syllabus for both “The Seafarer” and “The Husband’s Message”
Discuss “Exeter Book” and its importance in preserving stories of the day
Assignment: Begin to study for Wednesday’’s test on the readings of the Anglo-Saxon Period in British Literature
TUESDAY
Review for unit exam on the Anglo-Saxon Period
Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s test on the readings of the Anglo-Saxon Period in British Literature
Assignment: Complete notes


WEDNESDAY

Test: Anglo-Saxon Period
Hand out Historical Background study guide for our next era of British Literature,
“The Middle Ages” 1066 - 1485 p.74-88
Assignment: Complete notes
Students already have the Historical Background study guide for our next era of British Literature,
“The Middle Ages” 1066 - 1485 p.74-88
Assignment: Complete Background Study Guide for “The Middle Ages” for tomorrow
THURSDAY
Discussion/Lecture of the Middle Ages
Notes for quiz
Assignment: Study for a quiz on the Historical Background of “The Middle Ages”

FRIDAY

Q & A (5 minutes)
Quiz p. 74-88 on the Historical Background of the Middle Ages
Hand out study guide for our first reading
Assignment: Continue work on study guide
Who can read at this time in history? How do we have these stories?


English 9

MONDAY

Collect homework (Wkst. #25 on Appositives)

Lines provided first diagrams for Appositive Phrases #26

Assignment: Diagram Wkst. #26

TUESDAY

Collect/Correct Wkst. #26
Diagram/Label Wkst. #1 Mixed Phrases
Assignment: None


WEDNESDAY
Collect/Correct Wkst. #1 Mixed Phrases
Discuss: what do you need me to re-teach
Continue Mixed Phrases: Wkst. #2
Assignment: Diagrams for Mixed Phrases Wkst. #2

THURSDAY

Collect/Correct Wkst. #2 Mixed Phrases

Hand out Worksheet #3 Mixed Phrases
Students are to LABEL ONLY today

Emphasize the fact that the english language does have patterns in writing....

Assignment: Label Wkst. #3 Mixed Phrases
FRIDAY
Correct/Collect Wkst. #3
Complete Wkst. #19 with diagrams as a quiz by the end of the class period
  • Labeling
  • S- subject
  • V- verb
  • Circle and Label every Participle and/or Infinitive and/or Gerund and/or Appositive
  • Underline the complete Participle and/or Infinitive and/or Gerund and/or Appositive Phrase
  • (Parenthesis) Prep Phrases
  • ENHANCED WRITING PROCESS- STAGE 1
  • Given sentences: take sentences and re-write to include participle phrases with proper punctuation and infinitive phrases.


History of Psychology II

MONDAY

Q&A (3-4 MINUTES)

Quiz p. 78-85
Take down notes for next concept
Direct students to read pages 85-88 and fill in any questions they are able; we will discuss this material tomorrow.

TUESDAY

Lecture/Discussion of |Types of Deafness - Conductive and Sensorineural "The Other Senses" including the skin senses of pressure, temperature and pain then discuss the body senses known as the Vestibular sense and Kinesthesis
Assignment: Study for quiz p. 85-88

WEDNESDAY

Q&A (5 minutes)

Quiz p. 85-88
Take down notes for p. 88-92
Lecture/Discussion/ Notes: “The Other Senses” Start with smell, taste, and skin senses.
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Continue lecture/discussion of “The Other Senses” Skin Senses including pressure, temperature, and pain and then the body senses including the vestibular sense and kinesthesis
Assignment: Study for quiz on p. 88-92
FRIDAY
Work with your Sign Language Partner on the Alphabet and Numbers
Assignment; Work on our first Sign Language Skills


WEEK OF JANUARY 30 - FEBRUARY 3, 2017

U.S.History

MONDAY
Hand out to students the study guide booklet for Chapter 14 "Moving West". Students need to get out their textbooks, read Chapter 14 and complete the study guide. All students will turn in this booklet at the end of the class period. They may come in on their study hall periods or Enrichment period to complete this booklet by the end of the day on Wednesday.
Assignment: Complete Chapter 14 booklet by the end of Wednesday

TUESDAY

Again…..remind students of their options for projects…..Due Tuesday, February 21

Discuss other source materials
Review plagiarism issues and source citing….again
Assignment:

WEDNESDAY

Episode: The Men Who Built America: A New Rival Emerges
Assignment-

THURSDAY

Finish Episode: The Men Who Built America: A New Rival Emerges and begin the Episode: Owning It All
Assignment: Work on your project

FRIDAY

Episode: The Men Who Built America: Taking the White House
Assignment: Work on your project

Post Secondary English 12

MONDAY
Students have prepared for a quiz on the Historical Background of the Anglo-Saxon Period
Direct students to take out the “old purple” literature book as that is what we will be reading out of for the next two weeks.
Assignment: Read p.9 “The Epic”, p. 13 “The Poetry of Beowulf”, p. 50 “The Exeter Book” Define four terms at the top of the Beowulf study guide


TUESDAY
Demonstrate reading techniques for Old English using Beowulf
Read Aloud/Complete accompanying study guide notes as we proceed through the story. Read p. 6-9 Lines 1-164
Assignment: Complete notes

WEDNESDAY

Read Aloud/Complete accompanying study guide notes as we proceed through the story. Read p. 9-12 Lines 165-405
Quiz #1 Beowulf
Continue reading techniques for Old English using Beowulf
Assignment: Complete notes

THURSDAY

Read Aloud/Complete accompanying study guide notes as we proceed through the story. Read p. 12-16 Lines 410-634
Assignment: None

FRIDAY

Quiz #1 Beowulf

Continue reading aloud/discussion of Beowulf ***Concentrate on the extended use of metaphors that were created by the "scops" and why?
Assignment: Continue work on study guide
Who can read at this time in history? How do we have these stories?


English 9

MONDAY

Collect homework (Wkst. #16 in Infinitives)

Lines provided first diagrams for Infinitive Phrases #17/ New partner for this week

Assignment: Diagram Wkst. #17

TUESDAY

Collect/Correct Wkst. #17
Lines provided diagram Infinitive Phrases Wkst. #14
Assignment: None


WEDNESDAY
Collect/Correct labeling of Worksheet #14
Hand out to students with Wkst. booklet #15
Assignment: Diagrams for Infinitives Wkst. #15

THURSDAY

Collect/Correct Wkst. #16 diagrams

Hand out Worksheet #18
Students are to LABEL ONLY; INFINITIVE PHRASES AS S-DO-IO-OP-PN OR ADJ. OR ADV.

Emphasize the fact that the english language does have patterns in writing....

Assignment: Label Wkst. #18
FRIDAY

Correct/Collect Wkst. #17 and #18

Complete Wkst. #19 with diagrams as a quiz by the end of the class period
  • Labeling
  • S- subject
  • V- verb
  • Circle Participle
  • Underline Participle Phrase
  • (Parenthesis) Prep Phrases
  • ENHANCED WRITING PROCESS- STAGE 1
  • Given sentences: take sentences and re-write to include participle phrases with proper punctuation and infinitive phrases.


History of Psychology II

MONDAY

Q&A (3-4 MINUTES)

Quiz p. 78-85
Take down notes for next concept
Direct students to read pages 85-88 and fill in any questions they are able; we will discuss this material tomorrow.

TUESDAY

Lecture/Discussion of |Types of Deafness - Conductive and Sensorineural "The Other Senses" including the skin senses of pressure, temperature and pain then discuss the body senses known as the Vestibular sense and Kinesthesis
Assignment: Study for quiz p. 85-88

WEDNESDAY

Q&A (5 minutes)

Quiz p. 85-88
Take down notes for p. 88-92
Lecture/Discussion/ Notes: “The Other Senses” Start with smell, taste, and skin senses.
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Continue lecture/discussion of “The Other Senses” Skin Senses including pressure, temperature, and pain and then the body senses including the vestibular sense and kinesthesis
Assignment: Study for quiz on p. 88-92
FRIDAY
Work with your Sign Language Partner on the Alphabet and Numbers
Assignment; Work on our first Sign Language Skills


WEEK OF JANUARY 16-20, 2017

U.S. History

MONDAY

Continue our work with “The Men Who Built America” Finish John D. Rockefeller in Episode 2 “Oil Strike”

Note-taking: Focus - What drives successful businessmen? What is success? Define “legacy”- what or how do these men want to be remembered? How does a person “shape” how he or she will be remembered after death?

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

BLOCK SCHEDULE TODAY FOR HOURS 1-4 WITH FINAL EXAMS

Continuing with the same concepts, themes and note-taking for our next mogul, Carnegie in “A Rival Is Born”

Assignment:

WEDNESDAY

No Class today

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Continue with our work with “The Men Who Built America” with episode “Blood Is Spilled”. What is the ugly side of humans do we see displayed in this part of the story? Does being rich spawn a sense of entitlement?

FRIDAY

No School

Assignment: None



P.S. ENGLISH 11

MONDAY

Key Concept: What are the themes and characteristics of a “realist” story?

Read “Silk Stockings” (26 minutes)

Assessment worksheet with story

Assignment: STUDY FOR YOUR FINAL EXAM!!!!

TUESDAY

BLOCK SCHEDULE TODAY FOR HOURS 1-4 WITH FINAL EXAMS

Assignment: None

WEDNESDAY

BLOCK SCHEDULE TODAY FOR HOURS 5-8 WITH FINAL EXAMS

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Collect textbooks

Go over final exams….So what have you learned this semester? What new interest has spawned for our work this semester?

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

No School

Assignment: None



ENGLISH 9

MONDAY

Collect/Correct Wkst. # 4

Continue work on Participle Phrases ...label...diagram and write

Wkst. #7

Assignment: Complete Wkst. #7

TUESDAY

No Class today. 1-4 hour period meeting only

Assignment:

WEDNESDAY

Collect/Correct Wkst. #7

Continue work on Participle Phrases ...label...diagram and write

Wkst. #8A and Wkst. #8b

Assignment: Complete Wkst. #8A and Wkst. #8B

THURSDAY

Collect/Correct Wkst. #8A and #8B

Continue work on Participle Phrases ...label...diagram and write

Wkst. #9

Assignment: Complete Wkst. #9 and

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

No School

Assignment: None



HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I

MONDAY

Q&A (5minutes)

Quiz p. 251-258

Take down notes

Begin Lecture/Discussion/Notes on Erik Erikson’s theory of Identity Development that begins in adolescence

Assignment: Read p. 260-264

TUESDAY

BLOCK SCHEDULE TODAY FOR HOURS 1-4 WITH FINAL EXAMS

Continue Lecture/Discussion/Notes on Identity Development including Identity Diffusion and Identity Achievement/Role of Gender in Identity Development

Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s quiz p. 260-264

WEDNESDAY

BLOCK SCHEDULE TODAY FOR HOURS 5-8 WITH FINAL EXAMS

Q & A (4-5minutes)

Quiz p. 260-264

Take down notes

Begin Lecture/Discussion/Notes for Challenges of Adolescence including Eating Disorders and Substance Abuse

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Continue Lecture/Discussion/Notes for Challenges of Adolescence including Sexuality, Juvenile Delinquency

Assignment: Study for Tuesday’s Chapter 10 test

FRIDAY

No School

Assignment: None


WEEK OF JANUARY 9-13,2017

U.S. History
MONDAY
Students will have this class period to read Chapter 13 and complete the accompanying study guide. Students must complete it by the end of Wednesday.

Assignment: Read Chapter 13 and complete study guide booklet; it is due by the end of the day on Wednesday

TUESDAY
Lecture/Video “The West: The Grandest Enterprise Under God”(1 hour ...25 minutes) Quiz and Facts

Assignment: None

WEDNESDAY
Continue Lecture/Video “The West: The Grandest Enterprise Under God” (1 hour...25 minutes)

Assignment: Chapter 13 pre-read and study guide booklet is due by the end of today

THURSDAY
Students will have this class period to read Chapter 14 “Moving West” and complete the accompanying study guide. Students must complete it by the end of Monday.

Assignment: Read Chapter 14 and complete study guide booklet; it is due by the end of the day on Friday

FRIDAY
Finish “Moving West” and complete accompanying Chapter 14 study guide
Assignment: Students should be done with study guide for Chapter 14 by the end of today.


P.S. ENGLISH 11

Monday

Finish novel unit oral review for tomorrow’s test on the novel, To Kill A Mockingbird

Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s exam on the novel, To Kill A Mockingbird

TUESDAY

Test on novel unit, To Kill A Mockingbird

Hand out Historical Background Study guide for our final era of American Authors: Realism and Naturalism pages 408-422
Assignment: Continue to study for next week’s final exam and work on completion of reading and study guide for p. 408-422
WEDNESDAY
Begin oral review with students for next week’s final exam
Assignment:Continue to study for next week’s final exam and work on completion of reading and study guide for p. 408-422
THURSDAY
Continue oral review with students for next week’s final exam
Assignment: Continue to study for next week’s final exam and work on completion of reading and study guide for p. 408-422
FRIDAY
Correct and collect Historical Background Study Guide for Realism and Naturalism Era of literature and read author bio for Kate Chopin
Assignment:Continue to study for next week’s final exam


ENGLISH 9
MONDAY
Unit Test on Novels: A Separate Peace
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Introduction to Phrases
Have students make all cards for 5 types of Phrases
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY



THURSDAY
Correct/Collect Wkst. #1
Continue Review of Prep Phrases
Assignment: Label/Diagram Worksheet #2 Prep Phrases
FRIDAY
Correct/Correct Worksheet #2
Lecture/Introduction to Participle Phrase
Give students examples/Define Participle/Irregular Participles
Hand out Worksheet #4 Students are to label sentence for these sentences.
Assignment: Label Sentences for Worksheet #4


HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I

MONDAY

Lecture/Discussion of Freud’s Defense Mechanisms/ Carl Jung’s theory of Analytical Psychology

Assignment: Read rest of p.326-334 and complete study guide quiz

TUESDAY

Lecture/Discussion/Notes on Personality Development including Theories of Abraham Maslow and the Sociocultural Theory

Assignment: Read and complete the quiz for pages 334-339

WEDNESDAY

Correct/Collect quiz for pages 339
Begin open book test for Chapter 14

Assignment: Prepare to finish test on Chapter 14 (open book)

THURSDAY

TEST: Chapter 14

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

Oral Review for Semester Final Exam

Assignment: None

WEEK OF JANUARY 9-13,2017

U.S. History
MONDAY
Students will have this class period to read Chapter 13 and complete the accompanying study guide. Students must complete it by the end of Wednesday.

Assignment: Read Chapter 13 and complete study guide booklet; it is due by the end of the day on Wednesday

TUESDAY
Lecture/Video “The West: The Grandest Enterprise Under God”(1 hour ...25 minutes) Quiz and Facts

Assignment: None

WEDNESDAY
Continue Lecture/Video “The West: The Grandest Enterprise Under God” (1 hour...25 minutes)

Assignment: Chapter 13 pre-read and study guide booklet is due by the end of today

THURSDAY
Students will have this class period to read Chapter 14 “Moving West” and complete the accompanying study guide. Students must complete it by the end of Monday.

Assignment: Read Chapter 14 and complete study guide booklet; it is due by the end of the day on Friday

FRIDAY
Finish “Moving West” and complete accompanying Chapter 14 study guide
Assignment: Students should be done with study guide for Chapter 14 by the end of today.


P.S. ENGLISH 11

Monday

Finish novel unit oral review for tomorrow’s test on the novel, To Kill A Mockingbird

Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s exam on the novel, To Kill A Mockingbird

TUESDAY

Test on novel unit, To Kill A Mockingbird

Hand out Historical Background Study guide for our final era of American Authors: Realism and Naturalism pages 408-422
Assignment: Continue to study for next week’s final exam and work on completion of reading and study guide for p. 408-422
WEDNESDAY
Begin oral review with students for next week’s final exam
Assignment:Continue to study for next week’s final exam and work on completion of reading and study guide for p. 408-422
THURSDAY
Continue oral review with students for next week’s final exam
Assignment: Continue to study for next week’s final exam and work on completion of reading and study guide for p. 408-422
FRIDAY
Correct and collect Historical Background Study Guide for Realism and Naturalism Era of literature and read author bio for Kate Chopin
Assignment:Continue to study for next week’s final exam


ENGLISH 9
MONDAY
Unit Test on Novels: A Separate Peace
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Introduction to Phrases
Have students make all cards for 5 types of Phrases
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY

Introduction to new unit: 5 Types of Phrases

Wkst. #1 Review of 1 of the 5 Types of Phrases: Prepositional Phrases

Assignment: Complete Review Worksheet. # 1 on Prep Phrases
THURSDAY
Correct/Collect Wkst. #1
Continue Review of Prep Phrases
Assignment: Label/Diagram Worksheet #2 Prep Phrases
FRIDAY
Correct/Correct Worksheet #2
Lecture/Introduction to Participle Phrase
Give students examples/Define Participle/Irregular Participles
Hand out Worksheet #4 Students are to label sentence for these sentences.
Assignment: Label Sentences for Worksheet #4


HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I

MONDAY

Lecture/Discussion of Freud’s Defense Mechanisms/ Carl Jung’s theory of Analytical Psychology

Assignment: Read rest of p.326-334 and complete study guide quiz

TUESDAY

Lecture/Discussion/Notes on Personality Development including Theories of Abraham Maslow and the Sociocultural Theory

Assignment: Read and complete the quiz for pages 334-339

WEDNESDAY

Correct/Collect quiz for pages 339
Begin open book test for Chapter 14

Assignment: Prepare to finish test on Chapter 14 (open book)

THURSDAY

TEST: Chapter 14

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

Oral Review for Semester Final Exam

Assignment: None


WEEK OF January 2-6, 2017

U.S. History
MONDAY
No Classes


TUESDAY
The Presidents: Notes

Assignment: None

WEDNESDAY
The Presidents: Notes

Assignment: None

THURSDAY
Chapter 13 Post Civil War America
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
Finish Chapter 13 study guide
Assignment: Students should be done with study guide for Chapter 13 by Monday

P.S. ENGLISH 11

MONDAY

No Classes

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

HAND OUT SYLLABUS FOR SEMESTER FINAL EXAM

Watch To Kill A Mockingbird

Assignment: Study
WEDNESDAY
Watch To Kill A Mockingbird
Assignment:
THURSDAY
Watch To Kill A Mockingbird
Assignment:
FRIDAY
Hand out test syllabus
Begin review for a unit exam on To Kill A Mockingbird

Assignment: Start studying


ENGLISH 9
MONDAY
No Classes
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Watch A Separate Peace
Assignment:
WEDNESDAY

Watch A Separate Peace

Assignment: None

THURSDAY
Watch A Separate Peace
Assignment:
FRIDAY
Hand out test syllabus
Begin oral review for unit exam on A Separate Peace
Assignment: None

HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I

MONDAY

No Classes

Assignment:

TUESDAY

Begin Lecture/Discussion/Notes on Personality Chapter 14

What is personality?

Assignment:

WEDNESDAY

Continue Lecture/Discussion/Notes on the varied theories on how one gets the personality within each of us.,

Assignment:

THURSDAY

Assignment: Study for Tuesday’s Chapter 10 test

FRIDAY

Q

Assignment: None


WEEK OF DECEMBER 5-9, 2016

U.S. History

MONDAY

Introduction to new unit - Post Civil War to new Century

Saf.Mont. Quiz/20 Facts: “ The West - The Grandest Enterprise Under God”

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Cowboys and Indians only a brief moment in history/ The Pony Express only a brief moment in history

Read Chapter 13 and complete study guide; “The Expansion of American Technology”

Assignment: Read and complete Chapter 13 study guide by the end of Wednesday during Study Hall or Enrichment period

WEDNESDAY

View the summary video and Complete the study guide for the first 15 Presidents

Assignment: Chapter 11 pre-read and quiz booklet is due by the end of the day on Thursday

THURSDAY

Finish the Presidents activity and study guide

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

No School

Assignment: None

P.S. ENGLISH 11

MONDAY

***Hand out the syllabus for the semester exam/Discuss/Encourage students to start preparing over their winter break….

Collect Study Guide Quiz from Chapters 20-22

Hand out Study Guide Quiz for Chapters 23-25

Continue with the novel, To Kill A Mockingbird

Focus: Number of separate plot lines; how does an author “weave” these varied plot lines together

Assignment: Complete reading of Chapters 23-25 and complete Study Guide Quiz

TUESDAY

Collect Study Guide Quiz from Chapters 23-25 of To Kill A Mockingbird

Hand out Study Guide Quiz for Chapters 26

Continue with the novel, To Kill A Mockingbird

Focus: Number of separate plot lines; How does the author build a climax in the story?

Assignment: Complete reading of Chapters 26 and complete Study Guide Quiz

WEDNESDAY

Collect Study Guide Quiz from Chapters 26 of To Kill A Mockingbird

Hand out Final Study Guide Quiz for Chapters 27-31

Continue with the novel, To Kill A Mockingbird

Focus: Number of separate plot lines; How does the author build a climax in the story?

Assignment for Janunary 3: Complete reading of Chapters 27-31 and complete Study Guide Quiz

THURSDAY

Continue Audio/Discussion/Notes Chapter 28-29 of To Kill A Mockingbird

Assignment: Work on Study Guide Quiz on Chapters 27-31 of To Kill A Mockingbird that will be due on Thursday, January 5

FRIDAY

No School

Assignment: None

ENGLISH 9

MONDAY

Turn in review homework

Finish Read Aloud/Discussion of A Separate Peace of Chapters 12-13

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Begin Review for test on the novel, A Separate Peace

Assignment: Study for Thursday’s test on our novel, A Separate Peace

WEDNESDAY

Finish Review for tomorrow’s test on our novel, A Separate Peace

Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s test on our novel

THURSDAY

Test on A Separate Peace

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

No School

Assignment: None

HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I

MONDAY

Q&A (5minutes)

Quiz p. 251-258

Take down notes

Begin Lecture/Discussion/Notes on Erik Erikson’s theory of Identity Development that begins in adolescence

Assignment: Read p. 260-264

TUESDAY

Continue Lecture/Discussion/Notes on Identity Development including Identity Diffusion and Identity Achievement/Role of Gender in Identity Development

Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s quiz p. 260-264

WEDNESDAY

Q & A (4-5minutes)

Quiz p. 260-264

Take down notes

Begin Lecture/Discussion/Notes for Challenges of Adolescence including Eating Disorders and Substance Abuse

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Continue Lecture/Discussion/Notes for Challenges of Adolescence including Sexuality, Juvenile Delinquency

Assignment: Study for Tuesday’s Chapter 10 test

FRIDAY

No School

Assignment: None


WEEK OF DECEMBER 5-9, 2016

U.S. History
MONDAY
Continue unit of study, the Civil War with the Commanders: Sherman and the March to the Sea”
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
The Lincoln Assassination (1 hr. 30 minutes) Quiz and Facts

Assignment: None

WEDNESDAY
Hand out both the pre-read AND the quiz booklet for Chapter 12
Students will have this class period and the class period tomorrow to read Chapter 12 and complete this material.

Assignment: Chapter 11 pre-read and quiz booklet is due by the end of the day on Thursday

THURSDAY
The Lincoln Assassination (1 hr. 30 minutes) Quiz and Facts
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
Finish The Lincoln Assassination (1 hr. 30 minutes) Quiz and Facts from yesterday
Assignment: Students should be done with study guide for Chapter 12 by Monday

P.S. ENGLISH 11

MONDAY

Q & A (4 minutes)
Quiz Chapters 3-5

Continue with the novel, To Kill A Mockingbird

Focus: Number of separate plot lines; how does an author “weave” these varied plot lines together

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Continue with reading of To Kill A Mockingbird

Discuss Chapters 8-9
Assignment: Study for quiz on Chapters 3-5 of To Kill A Mockingbird
WEDNESDAY
Q & A (4 minutes)
Quiz Chapters 8-9
Continue audio reading To Kill A Mockingbird
Assignment: finish reading of the chapter that we were in during class
THURSDAY
Finish Audio/Discussion/Notes Chapter 11 of To Kill A Mockingbird
Assignment:Study for quiz on Chapters 10-11 of To Kill A Mockingbird
FRIDAY
Q & A (4 minutes)
Quiz Chapters 10-11
Continue audio reading To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 12

Assignment: Read the remainder of today’s chapter 12 for Monday


ENGLISH 9
MONDAY
Continue Read Aloud/Discuss A Separate Peace of Chapter 6
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Discuss/Notes on Chapters 5-6

Continue Read/Discussion of Chapter 7 of A Separate Peace

Take down notes for tomorrow's quiz/Discuss
Assignment: Study for quiz on Chapters 3-4 of A Separate Peace
WEDNESDAY

Quiz - Chapters 5-6 of A Separate Peace

Continue with audio/discussion/analysis….Chapter 7

Assignment: None

THURSDAY
Finish/Read/Discussion of Chapter 7

What writing techniques does the author use to move the plot along….

Continue with reading of Chapter 8
Assignment: Quiz tomorrow on Chapter 7 of A Separate Peace
FRIDAY
Q & A (2-3 minutes)
Quiz Chapter 7
Continue with audio/discussion/analysis…Chapter 8
Assignment: None

HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I

MONDAY

Continue Lecture/Discussion/Notes on Jean Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development

Assignment: Study for Wednesday’s quiz on Social and Moral Development

TUESDAY

Finish Lecture/Discussion/Notes on Moral Development including the 6 stages of moral development

Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s quiz p. 241-247

WEDNESDAY

Q & A (4-5minutes)

Quiz p. 241-247

Hand out review activities including Graphic Organizer and Case Studies activities. Student may work with a partner for these review activities

Assignment: Finish review activities

THURSDAY

Collect/Correct review activities

Hand out test syllabus for Chapter 10/ Begin oral review

Assignment: Study for Tuesday’s Chapter 10 test

FRIDAY

PBS/Dr. Phillip Zimbardo video entitled “The Developing Child” 32 minutes/Discuss key points. Then continue on with PBS/Dr. Phillip Zimbardo video entitled “Language Development” 32 minutes.

Assignment: None






WEEK OF NOVEMBER 28 - DECEMBER 2, 2016

HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I

MONDAY

Lecture/Discussion/Notes on Physical Development during Infancy including Height and Weight, Motor Development during Infancy, Development of various kinds of Reflexes and Perceptual Development during Infancy

Assignment: Study for quiz tomorrow p. 230 - 233

TUESDAY

Q & A (4-5 minutes)

Quiz p. 230 - 233

Take down notes

Begin Lecture/Discussion/Notes on Social Development during Infancy, Attachment, Stranger Anxiety, Separation Anxiety, Contact Comfort and Imprinting. Define and examples of each

Assignment: Finish reading p. 233 - 241

WEDNESDAY

Continue Lecture/Discussion of key concepts regarding Social Development: Secure v. Insecure Attachment, Styles of Parenting and Child Care today in America

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

FinishLecture/Discussion of key concepts regarding Social Development: Role of Father with children and finally , the topics of Child Abuse and Child Neglect

Assignment: Quiz tomorrow on p. 241 - 247

FRIDAY

Q&A (5 minutes)

Quiz p. 233-241

PBS/Dr. Phillip Zimbardo video entitled “The Developing Child” 32 minutes/Discuss key points. Then continue on with PBS/Dr. Phillip Zimbardo video entitled “Language Development” 32 minutes.

Assignment: None

P.S. ENGLISH 11

MONDAY

Hand out copies of the novel, To Kill A Mockingbird

Begin Chapter 1

Focus: Skills related to close reading exercises

Discuss the key concept of setting relating to chapter 1

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Continue with reading of To Kill A Mockingbird

Assignment: Finish reading Chapter 2 of To Kill A Mockingbird
WEDNESDAY
Continue audio reading To Kill A Mockingbird

Assignment: finish reading of the chapter that we were in during class
THURSDAY
Discussion/Notes for a quiz on Chapters 1-2 and 3-5 of To Kill A Mockingbird
Assignment: Study for quiz on chapters 1-5 of To Kill A Mockingbird
FRIDAY
Q & A (2-4 minutes)

Quiz Chapters 1-5 of TKAM

Begin/Read Aloud/Discuss Chapter 6

Assignment: Read the remainder of today’s chapter 6 for Monday


U.S. History
MONDAY
Continue unit of study, “The Coming of the Civil War” with the Battle at Fort Sumter
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Saf.Mont./Quiz/Notes - Civil War Journal Commanders: West Point Classmates/Civil War Enemies

Assignment: None

WEDNESDAY
Hand out both the pre-read AND the quiz booklet for Chapter 11

Students will have this class period and the class period tomorrow to read Chapter 11 and complete this material.

Assignment: Chapter 11 pre-read and quiz booklet is due by the end of the day on Thursday

THURSDAY
Saf. Montage with 20 points Civil War Journal” “The Battle of First Bull Run”
20 facts along with 5 quiz questions (46 minutes)
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
Finish “the Battle of First Bull Run” from yesterday
Then begin with the Civil War Journal “Sherman’s March to the Sea” Again…. 20 facts….(46 minutes)
Assignment: None

ENGLISH 9
MONDAY
Continue Read Aloud/Discuss A Separate Peace of Chapter 3
Assignment: None
TUESDAY

Finish Read/Discussion of Chapter 4 of A Separate Peace

Take down notes for tomorrow's quiz/Discuss
Assignment: Study for quiz on Chapters 3-4 of A Separate Peace
WEDNESDAY

Quiz - Chapters 3-4 of A Separate Peace

Continue with audio/discussion/analysis….today’s focus on plot development in Chapter 6 of A Separate Peace.

Assignment: None

THURSDAY
Finish Read/Discussion of Chapter 5 and into Chapter 6

What writing techniques does the author use to move the plot along….

FRIDAY
Continue with audio/discussion/analysis….today’s focus on plot development in Chapter 5-6 of A Separate Peace. Focus on movement regarding the character development of Gene
Take notes for Chapters 5-6
Assignment: None


Week of November 21-22, 2016


U.S. History
MONDAY
Correct Unit Exam for Chapters 7-9
Introduction to Chapter 10 “The Civil War”
Begin Saf.Mont. with Quiz/Notes for “Causes of the Civil War” (47 min)
Key Concept: Causes of the divide between the Northern and Southern states; not just the issue of slavery.
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Finish Saf.Mont. with Quiz/Notes for “Causes of the Civil War” (47 minutes)
Assignment: None


P.S. ENGLISH 11
MONDAY
Begin oral review for unit test on the American Renaissance period of literature
Assignment: Study for exam to be on TUESDAY AFTER Thanksgiving break
TUESDAY
Finish oral review for unit test on the American Renaissance period of literature
Assignment: Study for exam to be on TUESDAY AFTER Thanksgiving break




ENGLISH 9
MONDAY
Q & A (3-4 minutes)
Quiz on Chapters 1-2 of A Separate Peace
Continue reading as a group Chapter 4 of A Separate Peace
Assignment:
TUESDAY
Continue reading as a group Chapter 4 of A Separate Peace
Take down notes for the next portion of reading
Assignment: None

HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I

MONDAY
Q & A (3-4 minutes)
Quiz p. 227 -230
Take down notes for p. 230 -233
Begin Lecture/Discussion/Notes
Key Concepts
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Read Aloud and Discuss the rest of concepts from p. 230 -233 including Motor Development, Reflexes, Perceptual Development in Infancy
Assignment: Study for Monday’s quiz p. 230 - 233





Week of November 14 - 18, 2016


U.S. History
MONDAY
Correct Unit Exam for Chapters 7-9
Introduction to Chapter 10 “The Civil War”
Begin Saf.Mont. with Quiz/Notes for “Causes of the Civil War” (47 min)
Key Concept: Causes of the divide between the Northern and Southern states; not just the issue of slavery.
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Finish Saf.Mont. with Quiz/Notes for “Causes of the Civil War” (47 minutes)
Assignment: None


P.S. ENGLISH 11
MONDAY
Begin oral review for unit test on the American Renaissance period of literature
Assignment: Study for exam to be on TUESDAY AFTER Thanksgiving break
TUESDAY
Finish oral review for unit test on the American Renaissance period of literature
Assignment: Study for exam to be on TUESDAY AFTER Thanksgiving break




ENGLISH 9
MONDAY
Q & A (3-4 minutes)
Quiz on Chapters 1-2 of A Separate Peace
Continue reading as a group Chapter 4 of A Separate Peace
Assignment:
TUESDAY
Continue reading as a group Chapter 4 of A Separate Peace
Take down notes for the next portion of reading
Assignment: None

HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I

MONDAY
Q & A (3-4 minutes)
Quiz p. 227 -230
Take down notes for p. 230 -233
Begin Lecture/Discussion/Notes
Key Concepts
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Read Aloud and Discuss the rest of concepts from p. 230 -233 including Motor Development, Reflexes, Perceptual Development in Infancy
Assignment: Study for Monday’s quiz p. 230 - 233

Week of November 14 - 18, 2016


U.S. History
MONDAY
Correct Unit Exam for Chapters 7-9
Introduction to Chapter 10 “The Civil War”
Begin Saf.Mont. with Quiz/Notes for “Causes of the Civil War” (47 min)
Key Concept: Causes of the divide between the Northern and Southern states; not just the issue of slavery.
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Finish Saf.Mont. with Quiz/Notes for “Causes of the Civil War” (47 minutes)
Assignment: None


P.S. ENGLISH 11
MONDAY
Begin oral review for unit test on the American Renaissance period of literature
Assignment: Study for exam to be on TUESDAY AFTER Thanksgiving break
TUESDAY
Finish oral review for unit test on the American Renaissance period of literature
Assignment: Study for exam to be on TUESDAY AFTER Thanksgiving break




ENGLISH 9
MONDAY
Q & A (3-4 minutes)
Quiz on Chapters 1-2 of A Separate Peace
Continue reading as a group Chapter 4 of A Separate Peace
Assignment:
TUESDAY
Continue reading as a group Chapter 4 of A Separate Peace
Take down notes for the next portion of reading
Assignment: None

HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I

MONDAY
Q & A (3-4 minutes)
Quiz p. 227 -230
Take down notes for p. 230 -233
Begin Lecture/Discussion/Notes
Key Concepts
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Read Aloud and Discuss the rest of concepts from p. 230 -233 including Motor Development, Reflexes, Perceptual Development in Infancy

Assignment: Study for Monday’s quiz p. 230 - 233







Week of November 14 - 18, 2016


U.S. History
MONDAY
Correct Unit Exam for Chapters 7-9
Introduction to Chapter 10 “The Civil War”
Begin Saf.Mont. with Quiz/Notes for “Causes of the Civil War” (47 min)
Key Concept: Causes of the divide between the Northern and Southern states; not just the issue of slavery.
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Finish Saf.Mont. with Quiz/Notes for “Causes of the Civil War” (47 minutes)
Assignment: None


P.S. ENGLISH 11
MONDAY
Begin oral review for unit test on the American Renaissance period of literature
Assignment: Study for exam to be on TUESDAY AFTER Thanksgiving break
TUESDAY
Finish oral review for unit test on the American Renaissance period of literature
Assignment: Study for exam to be on TUESDAY AFTER Thanksgiving break




ENGLISH 9
MONDAY
Q & A (3-4 minutes)
Quiz on Chapters 1-2 of A Separate Peace
Continue reading as a group Chapter 4 of A Separate Peace
Assignment:
TUESDAY
Continue reading as a group Chapter 4 of A Separate Peace
Take down notes for the next portion of reading
Assignment: None

HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I

MONDAY
Q & A (3-4 minutes)
Quiz p. 227 -230
Take down notes for p. 230 -233
Begin Lecture/Discussion/Notes
Key Concepts
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Read Aloud and Discuss the rest of concepts from p. 230 -233 including Motor Development, Reflexes, Perceptual Development in Infancy
Assignment: Study for Monday’s quiz p. 230 - 233

Week of November 14 - 18, 2016


U.S. History

MONDAY

Correct Unit Exam for Chapters 7-9

Introduction to Chapter 10 “The Civil War”

Begin Saf.Mont. with Quiz/Notes for “Causes of the Civil War” (47 min)

Key Concept: Causes of the divide between the Northern and Southern states; not just the issue of slavery.

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Finish Saf.Mont. with Quiz/Notes for “Causes of the Civil War” (47 minutes)

Assignment: None



P.S. ENGLISH 11

MONDAY

Begin oral review for unit test on the American Renaissance period of literature

Assignment: Study for exam to be on TUESDAY AFTER Thanksgiving break

TUESDAY

Finish oral review for unit test on the American Renaissance period of literature

Assignment: Study for exam to be on TUESDAY AFTER Thanksgiving break





ENGLISH 9

MONDAY

Q & A (3-4 minutes)

Quiz on Chapters 1-2 of A Separate Peace

Continue reading as a group Chapter 4 of A Separate Peace

Assignment:

TUESDAY

Continue reading as a group Chapter 4 of A Separate Peace

Take down notes for the next portion of reading

Assignment: None


HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I

MONDAY

Q & A (3-4 minutes)

Quiz p. 227 -230

Take down notes for p. 230 -233

Begin Lecture/Discussion/Notes

Key Concepts

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Read Aloud and Discuss the rest of concepts from p. 230 -233 including Motor Development, Reflexes, Perceptual Development in Infancy

Assignment: Study for Monday’s quiz p. 230 - 233


Week of November 14 - 18, 2016


U.S. History
MONDAY
Finish Saf.Mont. with Quiz/Notes for “The Speck of the Future” (1hr. 26 min)
Key Concept: Manifest Destiny
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Saf.Mont. with Quiz/Notes for “Transcontinental Railroad” (47 minutes)
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
Hand out test syllabus
Begin Unit Review with students
Assignment: Study for Friday’s Unit Test on Chapters 7-9
THURSDAY
Finish oral review with students for tomorrow’s unit exam on Chapters 7-9
Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s Unit Test on Chapters 7-9
FRIDAY
Unit Test on Chapters 7-9
Assignment: None

P.S. ENGLISH 11
MONDAY
Turn in the formal assessment activity for Hawthorne’s “The Minister’s Black Veil” (36 minutes)
Begin with author bio of Herman Melville
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Introduction to our last Dark Romantic author, Herman Melville
Intro to Moby Dick (19 minutes) then assignment the second segment to read for themselves
Assignment: Complete formal assessment activity for segment one of Moby Dick
WEDNESDAY
Audio/and Assessment for second excerpt for Moby Dick
Complete assessment for Part 2 of Moby Dick
THURSDAY
Read Aloud/Discuss “A new American Poetry” Lecture on the big shifts in American poetry: p. 342-346
Read Aloud and Discuss the bio for our poet, Walt Whitman p. 348-349
Begin reading aloud and discussing select poems of Whitman’s
Assignment: Complete formal assessment activities for Whitman poems
Collect and Correct Whitman assessments
Continue audio/read/close analysis of our next break-through American poet, Emily Dickinson
Assignment: Critical Analysis questions for Emily Dickinson poems and her writing style
FRIDAY
Collect and Correct Whitman assessments
Continue audio/read/close analysis of our next break-through American poet, Emily Dickinson
Assignment: Critical Analysis questions for Emily Dickinson poems and her writing style



ENGLISH 9
MONDAY
Students have time to finish their Unit Test on Grammar, if necessary. Also, HAND OUT THE D.E.A.R. BOOK PROJECT FOR 2ND QUARTER
***Students that are finished with their exams may go to library and check out a book.
Assignment:
TUESDAY
Introduction to our novel, A Separate Peace
Read Aloud page 1 and 2.
Discuss “regional” writing
What does an author usually do in the first part of a novel? What is atmosphere?
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
What are our Ivy League schools? What gave them that name?
Other facts you should know------JCP IGA---let us have some fun with these...
Continue reading aloud...what is a symbol?
What is an idiom?
Example used by this author: “...it is time to come in out of the rain...
Continue read aloud and discuss
What is a characterization?
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Direct students to take down notes for Chapters 1-2 of our novel, A Separate Peace
Audio/Discussion of Chapter 1.
Assignment;
FRIDAY
Audio/Discussion finish up Chapters 1 and 2 of our novel, A Separate Peace
Assignment: None



ENGLISH 9
MONDAY
Finish final review for unit exam on Diagram Parts of Speech with 5 Subject and Object Complements
Assignment: Test tomorrow
TUESDAY
Test - Object and Subject Complements
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
Introduction to our novel, A Separate Peace
Read Aloud page 1 and 2.
Discuss “regional” writing
What does an author usually do in the first part of a novel? What is atmosphere?
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
What are our Ivy League schools? What gave them that name?
Other facts you should know------JCP IGA---let us have some fun with these...
Continue reading aloud...what is a symbol?
What is an idiom?
Example used by this author: “...it is time to come in out of the rain...
Continue read aloud and discuss
What is a characterization?
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
Audio/Discussion finish up Chapters 1 and 2
Assignment: None

HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I

MONDAY
Collect/Correct review activities
Begin review for Chapter Test 5
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Finish oral review for Chapter 5 Test
Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s test
WEDNESDAY
Chapter Test - 5: The Unconscious/ Mind
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Introduction to our next unit of study - Infancy and Childhood
Take down notes and begin lecture/discussion: The Study of Development/Developmental Psychology/Roles of Nature v.Nurture
Assignment: Read p. 227-230
FRIDAY
Continue lecture/discussion; What is maturation? Do we develop in stages or continually?
Assignment:None



WEEK OF November 7-11

History of __Psychology__ I

MONDAY

Q&&A (3-4 minutes)

Quiz p. 106 - 112

Have students take down notes p. 112 - 116

Begin Read Aloud/Notes/Discussion for Chapter 5 - Section 3 Meditation - define/uses/effectiveness/medical experts view of meditation

Assignment: Read p. 112 - 116

TUESDAY

No Classes

Assignment:

WEDNESDAY

Finish Lecture/Notes/Discussion on Biofeedback: Feeding Back Information and Hypnosis - myths and realities? How is hypnosis achieved? How Can We Explain hypnosis? Is hypnosis effective? Using hypnosis to quit habits?

Assignment: Study for quiz p. 112 - 116

THURSDAY

Q&A ( 3-4 minutes)

Quiz p. 112 - 116

Take down notes for p. 116 - 121

Begin Lecture/Notes/Discussion of Drugs and Consciousness including What are depressants? What oare the effects of each- alcohol, narcotics

Assignment: Read p. 116 - 121

FRIDAY

Finish Lecture/Notes/Discussion on Drugs and Consciousness including What are stimulants? Effects of stimulants like nicotine/amphetamines/cocaine? Define hallucinogens. Categories of hallucinogens : marijuana, LSD. Treatments for Drug Abuse - detoxification/maintaenance programs/counseling/support

Assignment: Study for quiz p. 116 - 121


U.S.History

MONDAY

Saf.Mont./Quiz/15 Facts for “The Trail of Tears” (42 minutes)

Assignment- None

TUESDAY

No Classes

Assignment: None

WEDNESDAY

Saf. Mont./Quiz/15 Facts for “U.S.-r: The Hour of Sacrifice” (1 hour. 51 min.) Only watch sippets; I will discuss and point out the key facts

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Saf. Mont./Quiz/15 Facts for “U.S.-Mexican War: The Hour of Sacrifice” (1 hour. 51 min.) Only watch sippets; I will discuss and point out the key facts

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

Saf. Mont./Quiz/15 Facts for “Expansionism” 26 minutes

Assignment: None

POST SECONDARY ENGLISH 11

MONDAY

Q&A (3-4 minutes)

Quiz for Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Fall of the House of Usher”

Students may use the remainder of the class period to work on something of their choosing; I will start our next reading on Wednesday

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

No Classes

Assignment:

WEDNESDAY

Read/Discuss/Notes “The Raven” (9 minutes) Open Book Quiz

May work in small groups to discuss the poem

Open book quizzes due to be turned in by the end of the class period

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Introduction to Nathaniel Hawthorne

Read Hawthorne’s bio/Discuss

Introduce and begin reading of “The Minister’s Black Veil”

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

Finish Read/Discuss/Lecture of Poe’s “The Minister’s Black Veil”

Assignment: Prepare/Study for quiz on “The Minister’s Black Veil” on Monday

English 9

MONDAY

Collect/Correct homework #14B Predicate Nominatives

Hand out Wkst. #15A and #15B (2 sided paper) Practice on Compound Verbs

Work together with new weekly partner in class

Assignment: Diagram Worksheet #15A Compound Verbs

TUESDAY

No Classes

Assignment: Complete Wkst. #15A

Wednesday

Collect/Correct diagrams for Wkst. #15A

Discuss Subject Complements - The Predicate Nominative

Work together with new weekly partner in class BACK SIDE OF THE SAME WORKSHEET FROM

Assignment: Complete diagrams for Predicate Nominatives on Wkst. #15B

THURSDAY

Correct/Collect homework Wkst.#15B

Discuss Key Elements of Compound Subjects

Hand out Wkst. #17

Assignment: Complete Diagrams for Wkst. #17 on Compound Subjects

FRIDAY

Collect/Correct homework Wkst. #17

Quiz- Subject Complements

Assignment: None


WEEK OF OCTOBER 31 - November 4, 2016


U.S.History


MONDAY Saf. Montage/Quiz/20 facts “Irish Americans” (26 minutes) What is a Protestant? Why was being a Protestant or Catholic have anything to do with Irish immigrants? Why was life for newly-arrived Irish immigrants difficult? Assignment- None

TUESDAYBegin View/Discuss/Quiz/30 Facts on Saf. Montage: “The War of 1812” (1 hour and 53 minutes) Use brief snippets of film to demonstrate key concepts including:Why were the British stopping our ships as they crossed the Atlantic? What did Dolley Madison as her claim to fame? What did the English demand of us related to their colony called Canada? What great battle was at the end of this war Assignment: None

WEDNESDAY


ASVAB results with all Juniors

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Finish Lecture/View/Discuss/Quiz on Saf. Montage: "The War of 1812” (1 hour and 53 minutes)

Assignment: None FRIDAY

Begin View/Discuss/Quiz/30Facts: “Trail of Tears”

Assignment: None

Post Secondary_English 11

MONDAY

Finish taking down notes for our Renaissance readings. Then begin with the bio of our second “Transcendentalis”, Henry David Thoreau. Write down first of new Memory Work Take down notes for our last 3 readings in this unit of American Renaissance readings


Read bio for our next Dark Romantic author, Nathaniel Hawthorne

Begin Read/Discuss Hawthorne's short story, "The Minister's Black Veil" (37 minutes)

Assignment: None

TUESDAY


Finish the Read Aloud/Discuss of Hawthorne's "The Minister's Black Veil"


If time permits, begin reading and discussing bio for our last Dark Romantic author, Herman Melville

Assignment: Study for quiz on Hawthorne's "The Minister's Black Veil"

WEDNESDAY Take down notes for our last 3 readings in this unit of American Renaissance readings


Read bio for our next Dark Romantic author, Nathaniel Hawthorne

Begin Read/Discuss Hawthorne's short story, "The Minister's Black Veil" (37 minutes)

Assignment: NoneQuiz on Hawthorne's short story, "The Minister's Black Veil"

Discussion on life of Herman Melville and also on his friendship with Hawthorne (an odd pair)



WEEK OF OCTOBER 10-14, 2016

U.S.History

MONDAY

Final oral review for Unit Exam on Chapters 2-6

Assignment: Study for Wednesday’s Unit Test on Chapters 2-6

TUESDAY

ASVAB TESTING FOR JUNIORS

Assignment: Study for Wednesday’s Unit Test on Chapters 2-6

WEDNESDAY

Unit Test on Chapters 2-6

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Introductions to the 1800’s

Share my outline with students. Let’s have a discussion about …”Okay, it is 1800; How are we different now that 180 years have passed since our arrival here at Plymouth Rock in 1620?

Socially? Geographically? Physically? Politically? Financially?

Assignment: Finish filling my structured outline

FRIDAY

Saf.Montage with Quiz/Notes: “The Lewis and Clark Expedition

Assignment: None





P.S. English 11

Collect/Correct homework from final reading from the Romantic Era

Begin review for Unit Exam on the Romantic Era

Assignment: Begin studying for Unit Test on the authors and writings of the Romantic Era

TUESDAY

Hand out to students the Historical Background Study Guide for the American Renaissance Era. I know this is out of order, but I need to be here to review with them for a Unit Exam on the Romantic Era. Direct students to get their textbooks out and open. They are to read pages 204 - 214. The completed study guide will be due on Friday. They are to read and work quietly for the class period.

Assignment: This Historical Background Study Guide due on Friday

WEDNESDAY

Finish oral review in preparation for tomorrow’s exam on The Romantic Era

Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s Unit Test on the Romantic Era

THURSDAY

Unit Exam on Romantic Era

Assignment: Complete your study guide for the Historical Background of the Renaissance Era in American Literature/Reading p. 204 - 214

FRIDAY

Take down notes for quiz on the Historical Background of the Renaissance Era of American Literature

Assignment: None





English 9

MONDAY

Collect/Correct Bklt. #20A

Continue work on Prep Phrases with Bklt. #18

Assignment: Complete Bklt. #18

TUESDAY

Have students open their textbooks to page 475

Read/Define Conjunctions/Correlative Conjunctions/Subordinating Conjunctions/Conjunctive Adverbs and Interjections

Direct students to complete Ex. 60, 61, 62,65 and 69 from p. 475-481

Assignment: p. 475-481 Ex. 60, 61, 62, 65, and 69

WEDNESDAY

Collect/Correct p. 475-481 Ex. 60, 61, 62, 65, and 69

Start exam with cards

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Test; 8 Parts of Speech

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

No Class - Homecoming

Assignment: None





HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I

MONDAY

Take down notes for p. 67 - 73

Lecture/Discussion: The Endocrine System including purposes of the following: Thyroid Glands, Adrenal Glands, Testes, Ovaries, Estrogen, Progesterone, Heredity

Assignment: Read p. 67 - 73

TUESDAY

Finish discussion of notes for p. 67 - 73

Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s quiz on p. 67-73

WEDNESDAY

Q&A (3-4 minutes)

Quiz p. 67-73

Hand out review worksheets

Assignment: Complete the Case Studies and Graphic Organizer as a review

THURSDAY

Correct/Collect review worksheets

Hand out test syllabus for Chapter 3

Begin oral review

Assignment: Start studying for Tuesday’s Chapter 3 Test

FRIDAY

No Class - Homecoming

Assignment: Keep studying for Tuesday’s Chapter 3 Test











WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 26 - 30, 2016

U.S.History

MONDAY
Key Concept: Now we are free from England….but now what? Are we 13 countries or one?
Saf.Mont./Quiz - 10 facts: “Creating a New Nation”
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Key Concept: Creating our own government….we need to “write down some rules”.
Saf.Mont./Quiz - 10 facts: “U.S. Constitution & Bill of Rights”
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
Hand out Pre- read Study Guide for Chapter 5 to students
Students have the class period to work on this. Students may not take this work out of the classroom.
Assignment: Come into my classroom during study hall or Enrichment period to finish your Chapter 5 study guide before end of day on Thursday.
THURSDAY
Key Concept: Where did our founding fathers get their ideas for what our new country and government should look like?
Saf.Mont/Quiz - 10 facts: “Origins of Democracy”
FRIDAY
Lecture: The Birth of the Political party system in the United States
Hand out Pre- read Study Guide for Chapter 6 to students
Students have the class period to work on this. Students may not take this work out of the classroom.
Assignment: Come into my classroom during study hall or Enrichment period to finish your Chapter 6 study guide before end of day on Tuesday.













P.S. English 11

Key Concepts: Elements of REAL, ORIGINAL meaning of Romanticism

Read/Audio for Washington Irving’s “Rip Van Winkle” (38 minutes)

Discuss story

Assignment: Study for quiz on Washington Irving’s “Rip Van Winkle”

TUESDAY

Q & A (3-4 minutes)

Quiz- Washington Irving’s “Rip Van Winkle”

Collect/Correct today’s quiz

Take down notes for next reading

Read/Discuss bio for next author, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Key Concept with author bio: The American short story and novel writers and the American poets DO NOT AGREE on how they should move forward. What is the difference between the two groups?

Assignment: None

WEDNESDAY

Hand out to students the open book style quiz for the Longfellow poems

Read Aloud/Lecture/Discussion/Notes for “The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls” and then “The Cross of Snow”

Key Concept: Discuss elements of Romanticism

Students to complete the open book quiz on these poems

Collect/Correct quizzes

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Read/Discuss biography of John Greenleaf Whittier. What is an “idyll”? Elements of Romanticism,,,,again.

Hand out Open Book quiz notes for this reading

Read Aloud/Discuss “Snow-Bound: A Winter Idyll”

Assignment: Complete assessment quiz on Whittier’s “Snow-Bound….”

FRIDAY

Read/Discuss bio for author, Oliver Wendell Holmes

Hand out open book assessment quiz for Holmes poems

Read Aloud/Discuss 2 poems “The Chambered Nautilus” and “Old Ironsides”

Key Concept: Again….find the elements of Romanticism

Assignment: Complete reading and analysis of Holmes’s poems





English 9

MONDAY

Collect/check exercises 38 and 46

Review for tomorrow’s quiz: Just the Verb Chant portion of the quiz is tomorrow!

Hand out Worksheet # 10 Locate Adjectives

Assignment: Complete Wkst. #10 and Study for “Verb Chant” quiz

TUESDAY

“Verb Chant” quiz

Correct/Collect “Verb Chant and Wkst. #10 on Adjectives

Assignment: Complete Wkst. #11 Identify Adjectives

WEDNESDAY

Collect/Correct Wkst. #11

Take #12 Quiz on Nouns-Pronouns-Verbs-Adjectives

Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Correct quizzes

Introduction to Adverbs

Lecture: Use Ex. 51, 52, and 54 orally

Assignment: Complete Ex. 49, 50, and 57 p. 467-472

FRIDAY

Correct/Collect homework

Continue work with Adverbs

Assignment: Complete Wkst. #14 Adverbs





HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I

MONDAY

Hand out test syllabus

Review for Chapters Test 1-2

Assignment: Study for unit test on Chapters 1-2

TUESDAY

Unit Test - Chapters 1-2

Assignment: None

WEDNESDAY

Take down notes for p. 53 - 67

Begin Lecture/Discussion on Biology and Behavior----the Nervous System

Anatomy of a Neuron

Assignment: Read p. 53 - 67

THURSDAY

Continue Lecture/Discussion of Neurotransmitters/ Central Nervous System and Peripheral Nervous System/ Autonomic Nervous System (p. 59)

Assignment: Start studying for Tuesday’s large quiz

FRIDAY

Continue Lecture/Discussion with Parts of the Brain

Hindbrain/Midbrain/Forebrain and components and tasks of each area
Assignment: Keep studying for Tuesday’s large quiz


WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 12 - 16, 2016

U.S.History

MONDAY

Hand out Pre- read Study Guide for Chapter 3 to students

Students have the class period to work on this. Students may not take this work out of the classroom.

Assignment: Come into my classroom during study hall or Enrichment period to finish your Chapter 3 study guide before Wednesday class.

TUESDAY

Introduction to Lecture/Discussion/Notes to Jamestown

Saf.Mont. with Quiz and Notes - “New World: Nightmare in Jamestown” (19 minutes)

Assignment: None

WEDNESDAY

Introduction/Lecture/Discussion/Notes French and Indian War

*Have students make connections to present history...language in Quebec? What have people in that Canadian province been trying to achieve for decades? Why?

Assignment: None

Work on Pre-read Study Guide for Chapter 4 “The Road to Independence”

FRIDAY

Safari Montage/Quiz and Notes - “Causes of the Revolution” (19 minutes)

Assignment: None





P.S. English 11

Students have prepared for a quiz today on our first reading, from “On Plymouth Plantation”

Hand out open book assessment for two poems by Anne Bradstreet’s “Here Follow Some Verses upon the Burning of Our House” and Edward Taylor’s “Huswifery” Work in groups to complete these 11 questions on these two readings----open book

Take down notes using overhead projector for our next reading by B.Franklin (if time permits)

Assignment: None

TUESDAY

Take down notes for next reading

Read bio for next author, Ben Franklin then begin from “The Autobiography”

(26 minutes)

Assignment:

WEDNESDAY

Q & A (3-4 minutes)

Quiz - “The Autobiography” by Ben Franklin

Take down notes for next reading from Patrick Henry

Read bio for author, Patrick Henry

Audio/Discussion/Notes for “Speech to the Virginia Convention” (8 minutes)

Literary focus: Persuasive techniques including LOGIC and EMOTIONAL APPEALS

MEMORIZE QUOTE

Assignment: Study for quiz on Patrick Henry’s “Speech to the Virginia Convention”

THURSDAY

Q&A (5 minutes)

Quiz Henry’s “Speech to the Virginia Convention”

Hand out test syllabus and begin oral review

Assignment: Begin studying for Monday’s test on our first Unit: “The Beginnings”

FRIDAY

Oral Review for Unit Test: “The Beginnings” then “The Last of the Mohicans”

Assignment: Study for Unit Test on Monday!!









English 9

MONDAY

Introductions to Pronouns/ Work with a partner as I am absent

Assignment: Complete exercises 16, 18, 19, 21 p. 447 - 451

TUESDAY

Mrs. Rhodes: Goal Setting activity for all freshmen

Assignment: Complete exercises 5, 7, 12, 13 from pl 441 - 445

WEDNESDAY

Correct/Collect homework Ex. 16, 18, 19, 21 from p. 447 - 451

Complete Worksheet #4 finding Pronouns in class and grade

Lecture Pronouns that turn into adjectives

Assignment: Complete Wkst. #4

THURSDAY

Brief overview of usage rules for Pronouns

Complete Wksts. #5 and #6 on Pronouns

Collect/Correct at end of class period

Assignment: None

FRIDAY

Lecture: (Use textbook for Verbs)

Make two verb cards

Do “Verb Chant”

Use Worksheet #9

Assignment: None





HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I

MONDAY





Direct students to take down notes for p. 26 - 34

Direct students to read this information and fill in their notes as best as they can; I will discuss these concepts with students tomorrow.

Assignment: Read and notes p. 26 - 34

TUESDAY

Lecture/Discussion: Steps Used in Conducting Research/ Surveys, Samples and Populations

Assignment: Study for quiz p. 26 - 34

WEDNESDAY

Q & A (3-4 minutes)


Quiz p. 26 - 34


Take down notes p. 34 - 40

Begin Lecture/Discussion on Methods of Observation including case study, longitudinal, cross-sectional, and naturalistic- observation v. laboratory- observation


Assignment: None

THURSDAY

Finish Lecture/Discussion of Observational Methods and tools

Get out Chromebooks

Direct students to read the Psychology article "Parapsychology: Psychology or Not?"

Discuss

Students have the remainder of this class period to work on the following: On line find four articles covering each of these concepts: Psychokinesis/Telepathy/Clairvoyance/Precognition. Write a one-paragraph summary of your observations and findings due on Monday

Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s quiz on p. 34 - 40

FRIDAY

Q & A (3-4 minutes)

Quiz p. 34 - 40

Direct students to read the Psychology article "Parapsychology: Psychology or Not?" Discuss

Get out your Chromebooks

Students have the remainder of this class period to work on the following: On line find four articles covering each of these concepts: Psychokinesis/Telepathy/Clairvoyance/Precognition

Assignment: Write a one-paragraph summary of your observations and findings
Assignment: Articles and summaries due on Tuesday


WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 5 - 9, 2016

U.S.History
MONDAY
Labor Day - No Classes
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Introduction to Ms. K's "Explorers for Dummies" unit
Lecture/Discussion/Notes for English Explorers including John Cabot, Martin Frobisher, John Davis, etc
Why did different groups come to America....who stayed and settled here....who came over for awhile and then returned to Europe?
Assignment: None
WEDNESDAY
Continue with Lecture/Discussion/Notes for permanent English settlements
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Complete the Pre-read Study Guide for Chapters 2 and 3
FRIDAY
Safari Montage/Quiz "Spanish Explorers"
Assignment: None

P.S. English 11
MONDAY
Labor Day - No Classes
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Collect and correct study guide for "The Beginnings, The Historical Background Study Guide for p. 2 - 18
Take down notes for quiz on Historical Background-The Beginnings
Discuss
Assignment: Begin studying for Thursday's quiz on Hist. Bkgrd. St.Gde, p. 2-18
WEDNESDAY
Lecture/Discuss the material on Hist. Bkgrd. St.Gde, p. 2-18
Assignment: Study for quiz p. 2-18
THURSDAY
Q&A (5 minutes)
Quiz p. 2-18
Read bio for our first author, William Bradford p. 26
Take down notes for our first reading
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
Discuss the format and structure for each reading regarding Elements of Lit. and Reading Strategies
Audio/Discussion for from "Of Plymouth Plantation" p. 28 - 35 (27 minutes)
Assignment: Study for Quiz on "Of Plymouth Plantation"

English 9
MONDAY
Labor Day - No Classes
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Demonstrate for students the layout/format for each English 9 assignment
Introduction to to nouns: Singular v. Plural/Possessive Nouns/ Concrete v. Abstract nouns/Proper v. Common nouns and Collective nouns
Do a sample of each exercise with students
Assignment: Complete exercises 5, 7, 12, 13 from pl 441 - 445
WEDNESDAY
Correct/Collect homework Ex. 5, 7, 12, 13, from p. 441 - 445
Complete Worksheet #1 in class and grade
Assignment: None
THURSDAY
Discuss Complete Practice Quiz on Nouns (Wkst. #2) Check in class and discuss errors/how to fix mistakes
Complete quiz on Nouns (Wkst. #3) Check in class
Assignment: None
FRIDAY
Students have to class period to "make cards" for all Nouns and Pronouns
Assignment: None

HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY I
MONDAY
Labor Day - No Classes
Assignment: None
TUESDAY
Lecture/Discussion; Psychology as a Science and Parapsychology. Reference p. 5-8
Take notes
Assignment: Read remainder of p. 2 - 11
WEDNESDAY

Finish Lecture/Discussion on types of jobs for the field of psychology and what each entails

Assignment: Study for quiz p. 2-11
THURSDAY
Q&A (5 minutes)
Quiz p. 2-11
Get out Chromebooks
Direct students to read the Psychology article "Parapsychology: Psychology or Not?"
Discuss
Students have the remainder of this class period to work on the following: On line find four articles covering each of these concepts: Psychokinesis/Telepathy/Clairvoyance/Precognition
Assignment: Write a one-paragraph summary of your observations and findings
FRIDAY
Chromebooks: Finish articles on Psychokinesis/Telepathy/Clairvoyance/Precognition
Assignment: Articles and summaries due on Monday