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  AP Lit.,  May 29–June 2, 2017:
   
       Book Group Project Calendar 2017 revised.pub
                    
 

          Mon. – No School
                    HW:  Presentation preparation

           Tu. – Book group presentation planning  /  Script final due 
                   HW:  Presentation preparation

          Wed. – Presentation rehearsal
                   HW:  Presentation preparation

              
           Th. –  Presentation #1--Per. 7:  Beloved,  Per. 8:  Beowulf
                   HW:  None

   
            Fri. – Presentation #2--Per. 7:  Yellow Raft,  Per. 8:  Inferno
                   HW:  None




 AP Lit.,  May 22–26, 2017:
   
       Book Group Project Calendar 2017 revised.pub
                    
 

          Mon. – Book group discussion & planning
                   HW:  Assemble presentation

          Tu. – Book group discussion & planning 
                   HW: Assemble presentation

          Wed. – Book group discussion & planning
                   HW: Assemble presentation

             
          Th. –  Book group discussion & planning  /  Draft of presentation script due
                   HW:  College App Essay due tomorrow

  
           Fri. – Book group discussion & planning  /  College App Essay due
                   HW:  Revise and practice presentation



AP Lit.,  May 15–19, 2017:
                    
  

          Mon. – Book group discussion & planning
                     HW:  Read Book Group novel/poem

           Tu. – Book group discussion & planning 
                    HW: Read Book Group novel/poem
                             

           Wed. – (Valleyfair field trip)  Book group discussion & planning
                   HW: Read Book Group novel/poem

            
           Th. –  Book group discussion & planning  /  College App Essay draft due
                   HW:  Read Book Group novel/poem

 
          Fri. – Book group discussion & planning
                   HW:  Read Book Group novel/poem




AP Lit.,  May 8–12, 2017:

   
Book Group Project Calendar 2017.pub
                   

          Mon. – Book group discussion & planning
                      HW:  Read Book Group novel/poem

           Tu. – Book group discussion & planning  /  Project calendars due
                      HW: Read Book Group novel/poem
                             

           Wed. – Book group discussion & planning
                    HW: Read Book Group novel/poem

            
           Th. –  College App Essay overview and examples (Due 5/23)
                    HW:  Read Book Group novel/poem

 
          Fri. – Book group discussion & planning
                    HW:  Read Book Group novel/poem



 AP Lit.,  May 1–5, 2017:
                      

          Mon. – Test prep.:  Poetry M.C. and Prose Essay
                      HW:  Test Prep.


          Tu. – Test prep.:  Poetry Essay
                      HW: Test Prep.
                             

           Wed. – AP LIT TEST DAY!
                       HW: None
            
             Th. – Book Group Project (BGP) overview             
                     HW:  Read BGP novel
 
             Fri. – Visit from counselor, re: planning for senior year and beyond

                    HW:  Read BGP novel



AP Lit., Apr. 24–28, 2017:


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          Mon. – IM review exercise  /  Terms review 
                     HW:  Test Prep.


          Tu. – Test prep.
                      HW: Test Prep.
                             

           Wed. – Test prep,
                      HW: Test Prep.
            
            Th. –  Timed essay, Poetry            
                     HW:  Test Prep.
 
            Fri. – (Big 9 Music = ?)

                    HW:  Test Prep.



AP Lit., Apr. 17–21, 2017:

  

          Mon. – Poetry essays due  /  Survey  /  Test prep., poetry m.c.
                     HW:  Read IM, Ch. 24-Epilogue for Thursday 


          Tu. – Test prep.:  Test Advice and Information  /  M.C. and essay
                      HW: Read IM, Ch. 24-Epilogue for Thursday 
                             

           Wed. – Test prep.:  M.C. and essay
                      HW: Read IM, Ch. 24-Epilogue for Thursday 
Monday 
            
            Th. –  Final IM symposium, Ch. 24-Epilogue              
                     HW:  None
 
            Fri. – Discuss IM's themes  /  Apply IM to ten years of open essay prompts

                    HW:  None



AP Lit., Apr. 10 – 14, 2017:


Sound and Sense Citation 2017.docx
 

          Mon. – Discuss I.M. Ch. 21-22
                    HW:  Read and Note IM, Ch. 23, for Friday 
                             Work on poetry essay; draft due Thursday, Final due Friday or Monday 

             Tu. – Timed essay practice, poetry
                     HW: Read and Note IM, Ch. 23, for Friday 
                             Work on poetry essay; draft due Thursday, Final due Friday or Monday 


           Wed. – (Early release schedule = 22 min. classes) Poetry prompt practice
                    HW:  
  Read and Note IM, Ch. 23, for Friday 
                                Work on poetry essay; draft due Thursday, Final due Friday or Monday 

            
            Th. –  Poetry essay draft due for peer editing              
                    HW:  Read and Note IM, Ch. 23, for Friday 
                              Revise poetry essay
 
           Fri. –  Poetry Essay due (for +2 bonus)  /  Discuss IM Ch. 23

                    HW:  Final opportunity to submit poetry essay on Monday
                              



AP Lit., Mar. 27 – Mar. 31, 2017:

 

          Mon. – Work on poetry essay  /  Conferences with Olson
                    HW:  Read and Note IM, Ch. 19-20, for Wednesday
                             Work on poetry essay

            Tu. – Work on poetry essay  /  Conferences with Olson
                    HW:  Read and Note IM, Ch. 19-20, for Wednesday

                             Work on poetry essay

           Wed. – Unpack Invisible Man, Ch. 19-10                      
                   HW:  Read and Note IM, Ch. 21-22, for Monday, April 10
                             Revise poetry essay


            Th. –  Poetry essay draft due for workshoping                     
                   HW:  Read and Note IM, Ch. 21-22, for Monday, April 10
                             Revise poetry essay


                                       Have a great Spring Break!
 
          Fri. –  No School

                    HW:  Read and Note IM, Ch. 21-22, for Monday, April 10
                              Revise poetry essay; final is due on Friday, 4/14, or Monday, 4/17 



AP Lit., Mar. 20 – Mar. 24, 2017:

 

          Mon. – I.M. and its "isms"--Ch. 11-14
                   HW:  Read and Note IM Ch. 15 for tomorrow
                             Poetry declarations due Wed.
                           
           Tu. – "ism" follow-up  /  Symposium, Ch. 11-15    

                   HW: Read and Note IM, Ch. 16-18, for Friday

                            Poetry declarations due Wed.

           Wed. – Poetry essay poem declarations  /  Revisit "Icarus" essays
                      HW:  Read and Note IM, Ch. 16-18, for Friday

           Th. –  Writing workshop
                      HW:  Read and Note IM, Ch. 16-18, for Friday
 

           Fri. –  Symposium, I.M., Ch. 16-18 

                    HW:  Work on poetry essay draft
                              Read and Note IM, Ch. 19-120, for Wednesday



AP Lit., Mar. 13 – Mar. 17, 2017:

 

          Mon. – Poetry prompt practice, Shakespeare
                   HW:  Read and Note IM, Ch. 8-10, for Wed.

                           
          Tu. – More poetry prompt practice, Clifton

                   HW: Read and Note IM, Ch. 8-10, for Wed.


           Wed. – Discuss I.M. Ch. 8-10
                      HW:  Read and Note IM, Ch. 11-14 for Monday

            Th. –  Timed essay, poetry
                      HW:  Read and Note IM, Ch. 11-14 for Monday
 

           Fri. –  Overview of poetry essay

                    HW:  Read and Note IM, Ch. 11-14 for Monday



AP Lit., Mar. 6 – Mar. 10, 2017:

 

          Mon. –  AP Testing Information /  Discuss IM, Ch. 2
                   HW:  Read and Note IM, Ch. 3, and prepare two symposium Q's

                           
          Tu. –  Symposium, IM, Ch. 1-3

                   HW: Read and Note IM, Ch. 4 for tomorrow
                            Read and Note IM, Ch. 5-7 for Friday


           Wed. – Discuss Ch. 4
                     HW:  Read and Note IM, Ch. 5-7 for Friday

            Th. –  Read and process Sound and Sense, Ch. 5
                     HW:  Read and Note IM, Ch. 5-7 for Friday
 

           Fri. –  Unpack IM, Ch. 5-7

                    HW:  Read and Note IM, Ch. 8-10 for Wednesday


AP Lit., Feb. 27 – Mar. 3, 2017:

 

          Mon. –  Learning Express / Wrap P&P  /  Revisit Sound and Sense, Ch. 2-3
                    HW:  None

                           
          Tu. –  ACT TESTING (no regular classes)

                   HW:  None


           Wed. –  Revisit timed essays  /  Sound & Sense, Ch. 4
                    HW:  Finish S&S Ch. 4 response


           Th. –  Start Invisible Man--Read and discuss prologue, preview notes assignment
                    HW:   Read and note I.M. Ch. 1

 

           Fri. –  Respond to I.M., Ch. 1

                    HW:  Read and note I.M., Ch. 2




AP Lit., Feb. 20 – Feb. 24, 2017:

 

 

          Mon. –  No School
                    HW:  Read P&P Section 4, complete log 4, and finish C. Chart for Tuesday, 2/21

                           
          Tu. –  Log 4 due / Final P&P symposium

                   HW:  None


           Wed. –  P&P capstone activity  /  Timed essay prep. 
                    HW:  Read and respond to Sound & Sense, Ch. 3 for Friday


           Th. –  Timed essay, prose (P&P passage) 
                    HW:   Read and respond to Sound & Sense, Ch. 3 for Friday

 

           Fri. –  Discuss Sound and Sense, Ch. 2 and 3

                    HW:  None



AP Lit., Feb. 13 – Feb. 17, 2017:

 

         Mon. –  Work day for reading and logging
                    HW:  Read P&P Section 3, complete log 3, and work on C. Chart for tomorrow

                           
           Tu. –  Log 3 due / Expansion Activity

                   HW:  Read P&P Section 4, complete log 4, and finish C. Chart for Tuesday, 2/21


            Wed. –  Symposium, P&P Books 1-3 
                    HW:   Read P&P Section 4, complete log 4, and finish C. Chart for Tuesday, 2/21


               Th. –  Sound and Sense Ch. 1 recap  /  Poetry "Dimensions" experience
                    HW:   Read P&P Section 4, complete log 4, and finish C. Chart for Tuesday, 2/21

 

            Fri. –  Sound and Sense, Ch. 2

                HW:  Read P&P Section 4, complete log 4, and finish C. Chart for Tuesday, 2/21




AP Lit., Feb. 6 – Feb. 10, 2017:

 

         Mon. –  Log 1 due  /  Process Section 1 of Pride and Prejudice—Char. Charts, Logs, and Q’s
                   HW:  Read P&P Section 2, complete log 2, and work on C. Chart for Thursday

                           
           Tu. –  (30-min. advisory = 43 min. classes)
                      Poetry Introduction—speaker, audience, occasion

                   HW:  Read P&P Section 2, complete log 2, and work on C. Chart for Thursday


            Wed. –  Registration for next year’s classes  /  Discuss Log 1 w/exemplars 
                   HW:   Read P&P Section 2, complete log 2, and work on C. Chart for Thursday

              Th. –  Log 2 due  /  Symposium
                   HW:   Read P&P Sect. 3, complete log 3, work on C. Chart for Tue.,
2/14            

 

            Fri. –  Read and respond to Sound and Sense, Ch. 1

                HW:  Read P&P Sect. 3, complete log 3, work on C. Chart for Tues., 2/14            



AP Lit., Jan. 30 – Feb. 3, 2017:

 

         Mon. –  Last day of Semester 1 final tests
                   HW:  None

                           
           Tu. –  Welcome to Second Semester!
                      Sem. 1 reflection / Preview of Sem. 2  /  Start Pride and Prejudice
                   HW:  Read P&P Ch. 1-6, to p. 28, for tomorrow

 
            Wed. –  (Early Release schedule = 22 min. classes)
                       First reactions to P & P  /  Terms review and log assignment 
 
                  HW:   Read P&P Book 1, to p. 130, and complete Log #1 for Monday

              Th. –  Read and discuss "A Modest Proposal"
                   HW:   Read P&P Book 1, to p. 130, and complete Log #1 for Monday
            

            Fri. –  Discuss and respond to "AMP"

                HW:  Read P&P Book 1, to p. 130, and complete Log #1 for Monday



AP Lit., Jan. 23 – Jan. 27, 2017 = Finals Week

 

           Mon. –  Return books /  Summary Sheets

                           
           Tu. – Finals for periods 1, 2, and 3

 
           Wed. – Finals for periods 4, 5, and 6


           Th. – Finals for periods 7 and 8
            

            Fri. –  No school

               

AP Lit., Jan. 16 – Jan. 20, 2017:

 

         Mon. –  No School
                  HW:  Critical Interpretation Essay draft due for peer editing

                           
           Tu. –  School canceled due to weather
                  HW: Critical Interpretation Essay draft due for peer editing

 
            Wed. –  Peer edit essays

                  HW:   Critical Interpretation Essay final draft due Friday by 3:03 P.M.

             Th. –  Multiple Choice test prep.
                  HW:   Critical Interpretation Essay final draft due Friday by 3:03 P.M.
            

            Fri. –  Essay due by 3:03  /  Introduction to poetry

                HW:  None



AP Lit., Jan. 9 – Jan. 13, 2017:

            Mon. –  Discuss conclusion to HT
                  HW:  Select novel for Critical Interpretation Essay and craft a working thesis
                            
            Tu. –  Work on essay in lab

                  HW:   Prepare working thesis and outline for approval, Wed.-Friday
      
            Wed. –  Work on essay in lab  /  Olson will approve theses and outlines
                  HW:  Complete draft of essay due on Tuesday, 1/17

            Th. –  Work on essay in lab  /  Olson will approve theses and outlines
                  HW:  Complete draft of essay due on Tuesday, 1/17

           Fri. –  Work on essay in lab  /  Olson will approve theses and outlines
                  HW:  Complete draft of essay due on Tuesday, 1/17
 
 


AP Lit., Jan. 2 – Jan. 6, 2017:

            Mon. –  NO SCHOOL
                  HW:  Over break, read HT Ch. 8-27, to p. 170, and take notes for Tuesday, 1/3/17
                            
            Tu. –  Discuss reading via symposium

                  HW:   Read Ch. 28-29, to p. 188, and take notes for tomorrow
      
            Wed. –  Review Critical Interpretation Essay  /  Continue to discuss HT, Ch. 8-29
                  HW:  Read Ch. 30-33, to p. 217, and take notes for tomorrow

            Th. –  Discussion  /  Read Ch. 34
                  HW:  Read Ch. 35-39, to p. 255, and take notes for tomorrow

            Fri. –  Symposium

                 HW:  Finish novel, including “Historical Notes,” for Monday 
           



AP Lit., Dec. 19—23:

            Mon. –  Start The Handmaid’s Tale (HT)
                  HW:  Read HT Ch. 1-7, to p. 40, and take notes for Wednesday
                            
            Tu. –  Timed Essay,
1984
                  HW:  Read Ch. 1-7, to p. 40, and take notes for tomorrow
      
            Wed. –  Critical Interpretation Essay assigned  /  Discuss HT, Ch. 1-7
                  HW:  Over break, read HT Ch. 8-27, to p. 170, and take notes for Tuesday, 1/3/17

            Th. –  Activity:  21st Century totalitarianism?
                  HW:  Over break, read HT Ch. 8-27, to p. 170, and take notes for Tuesday, 1/3/17

           Fri. –  NO SCHOOL

                HW:  Over break, read HT Ch. 8-27, to p. 170, and take notes for Tuesday, 1/3/17
 
           

Have a fabulous Winter Break!

 



AP Lit., Dec. 12—16:

            Mon. –  Discuss reading, 2.7-first part of 2.9 (to p.184)  /  Read excerpt from Nothing to Envy
                  HW:  Read remainder of 2.9, to p. 217 (No Q’s)
                            
            Tu. –  Group activity
                  HW:   Read 2.10-3.1, to p. 239, and generate symposium Q’s
      
            Wed. –  Symposium, 1984 2.10-3.1
                  HW: Read 3.2-3.3, to p. 274, and generate symposium Q’s

            Th. –  Symposium:  1984, 3.2-3.3
                  HW:  Finish novel

           Fri. –  Discuss conclusion                

                  HW:  We’ll see . . . ?




AP Lit., Dec.5—9:

            Mon. –  Symposium:  1984, 1.5-1.7
                  HW:  None
                            
            Tu. –  Read 1984, 1.8-2.1 and generate symposium Q’s
                  HW:   Prep. 1984 Q’s for Wednesday
      
            Wed. –  Symposium, 1984 1.8-2.1 and supplements:  read Orwell’s bio. and define                    “Totalitarianism”
                  HW: Read 2.2-2.4, to p. 147, and prepare Q’s

            Th. –  Symposium:  1984, 2.2-2.4
                  HW: Read 2.5-2.6, to p. 159 (No Q’s)

           Fri. –  10-min. essay  /  Discussion                 

                  HW:  Read 2.7-first part of 2.9 (to p. 184) (No Q’s)

 



AP Lit., Nov. 28—Dec. 2:

            Mon. –  Discuss Hamlet’s themes  /  “Hamletology”
                  HW:  Prep. 1984 Q’s for Wednesday
                            
            Tu. –  Timed essay, Hamlet
                  HW:   Prep. 1984 Q’s for Wednesday
      
            Wed. –  Symposium: Lit. Criticism and 1984 Q’s  /  Start 1984
                  HW: Read 1.1-1.3 (to p. 37), and prepare symposium questions that focus on mood

                           and characterization

            Th. –  Symposium:  1984, 1.1-1.3
                  HW: Read 1.4 (to p. 48) and “Newspeak Appendix" (pp. 298-312)

           Fri. –  Discuss reading  /  Newspeak application                 

                  HW:  Read 1.5-1.7 (to p. 81), and prepare symposium questions that focus on

                            conflicts, emerging themes, and contemporary parallels.




AP Lit., Nov. 21-25:

            Mon. –  Discuss 5.2  /  Film of 5.2
                  HW:  None
                            
            Tu. –  Timed essay prep. and scoring calibration
                  HW:  Read and annotate assigned critical theory packet

             Wed. –  No School
                  HW: Read and annotate assigned critical theory packet for Wed., 11/30

            Th. –  No School
                  HW:  Read and annotate assigned critical theory packet for Wed., 11/30

           Fri. –  No School                 

                  HW:  Read and annotate assigned critical theory packet for Wed., 11/30
 
 


AP Lit., Nov. 14-18:

            Mon. –  Disucss Acts II-III response  /  Film of 3.3-3.4  /  Read 4.1-4.3
                  HW:  Read 4.4-4.5; complete Log 7 for combined scenes
                            
            Tu. –  Film of 4.1-4.4  /  Discuss 4.4-4.5
                  HW:  Read 4.6-4.7 (No log) 
      
            Wed. –  Early release day, no regular classes
                  HW: Read 4.6-4.7 (No log)   

            Th. –  Discuss 4.6-4.7  /  Film of 4.5-4.7
                  HW:  Read 5.1; complete Log 8       

           Fri. –  Discuss 5.1  /  Film of 5.1  
                  HW:  Read 5.2 for Monday       



AP Lit., Nov. 7-11:

            Mon. –  Compare and contrast “Rogue” soliloquies, Hamlet 2.2
                  HW:  Read 3.1; complete Log 5    
                            
            Tu. –  Log due  /  Discuss 3.1  / Film of 3.1
                  HW:  Read 3.2 ( No log)    
      
            Wed. –  Discuss 3.2   /  Film of 3.2
                  HW:  Read 3.3 and 3.4; complete Log 6 for combined scenes    

            Th. –  Symposium:  Hamlet 3.3-3.4
                  HW:  Complete Acts II-III response       

           Fri. –  No School   
                  HW:  Complete Acts II-III response 
                  Hamlet Act II & III Response 2013.docx



AP Lit., Oct. 31-November 4:


      
     Mon. –  Process Hamlet 1.3 in groups  /  Video of 1.2.166-1.3
                  HW:  Read 1.4-1.5; complete Log 3    
                            
            Tu. –  Log due  /  Discuss 1.4-1.5
                  HW:  Complete Act I Response    
      
            Wed. –  Discuss Act I response  /  Video of 1.4-1.5  /  Read 2.1
                  HW:  Read 2.2.1-237 (No Log)

            Th. –  Discuss reading  / Film of  2.2.1-237
                  HW:  Read 2.2.238-end of scene 2; complete log 4       

           Fri. –   Discuss reading  / Film of  2.2.238-End of scene 2       
                  HW:  None 



AP Lit., Oct. 24-28:

           Mon. –  Process Oedipus Pt. 1 Q’s  /  Oracle  /  Start Part 2
                  HW:  None    
                            
            Tu. –  Finish Oedipus Pt. 2
                  HW:  None    
      
            Wed. –  Wrap Oedipus  /  Essays back  /  Set stage for Hamlet
                  HW:  Read 1.1; complete log 1

            Th. –  Share logs  /  Discuss 1.1  /  Video of 1.1
                  HW:  Read 1.2; complete log 2       

           Fri. –  Discuss 1.2  /  Video of 1.2        
                  HW:  Read 1.3 (No log) 



AP Lit., Oct. 17-21:
 

           Mon. –  Essay due  /  Start Oedipus
                  HW:  None    
                            
            Tu. – Drama terms and Greek theater history  /  Finish Pt. 1
                  HW:  None    
      
            Wed. –  Oedipus Pt. 2 
                  HW:  None    

            Th. –  No School
                  HW:  None    
                        
           Fri. –  No School
                  HW:  None    



AP Lit., Oct. 10-14:
 

           Mon. –  Timed essay #1, prose
                 HW:   Finish Novel
                           Outline of Lit. Analysis Essay due Wed.

           Tu. –  Reflect on timed essay experience and calibrate scores 
                 HW:  Outline of Lit. Analysis Essay due tomorrow
     
           Wed. –  Discuss novel's conclusion /  Outline approval and revision 
                 HW: Introductory para. and revised outline due

           Th. –  Intro. para. and revised outline due  / Writing workshop
                 HW:  Complete Lit. Analysis Essay draft due tomorrow
                       
            Fri. –  Peer edit Lit. Analysis Essay drafts
                  HW:  Lit. Analysis Essay due Monday 

 

                          



AP Lit., Oct. 3-7:

 

         Mon. –  Discuss competing quests  /  Gothic Conventions activity
                HW:  None

          Tu. –   
(Coronation Schedule = 43 min. classes) 

                     Finish Gothic Conventions and share examples
 
               HW:  Read Ch. 20-22, to p. 191, for Thursday
    
          Wed. – 
(Early Release Schedule and Mock Crash experience)

                       No academic classes
              HW:  Read Ch. 20-22, to p. 191, for Thursday

          Th. – Discuss Ch. 20-22  /  Literary Analysis essay assigned 
              HW:   Finish Frankenstein for Wed.

                        Outline of Lit. Analysis essay due Wed.
                      
           Fri. – 
(Modified Schedule for Homecoming pepfest and parade = 35 min. classes) 

                     Essay Planning  /  Timed essay preparation
                HW:   Finish Frankenstein for Wed.

                          Outline of Lit. Analysis essay due Wed.



AP Lit., Sept. 28-Oct. 2:

 
      
Mon.- Discuss Frankenstein, Ch. 5-7  /  Read and respond to mail 
            HW:  Read Ch. 8-10, to p. 100; generate symposium Q's (No journal)
                   

      Tu. – Symposium, Frankenstein Ch. 8-10     
            HW:  Read Ch. 11-13, to p. 120, and complete Journal #4 for Thurs.

 
     
      Wed.- Introduction to Literary Criticism
             HW:  Read Ch. 11-13, to p. 120, and complete Journal #4 for tomorrow
      

      Th.- Discuss reading  /  Activity
             HW:   Read Ch. 14-16, to p. 143, and complete Journal #5 for tomorrow
 
      Fri. – Discuss reading  /  compose letters
             HW:   Read Ch. 17-19, to p. 163, for Monday (No journal)




AP Lit., Sept. 19-Sept. 23:

 
    
Mon.- Symposium feedback / Read and discuss "Archetype" section in HB   
            HW:  Complete Shelley research for tomorrow
      
    
Tu. – Share Shelley research  /  Examine Romantic + Gothic conventions  / Start Frankenstein  /  Overview of Journal assignment 
           HW:  Read Letters I-IV + Ch. 1, to p. 32, and complete Journal #1 for Thurs.

     
     Wed.- Consider Preface and Letter 1 /  Work time
            HW:  Read Letters I-IV + Ch. 1, to p. 32, and complete Journal #1 for tomorrow
     
      Th. -  Journal #1 due /  Discuss reading
           HW:  Read Ch. 2-4, to p. 54, and complete Journal #2 for tomorrow 


        Fri. – Discuss reading  /  Exciting Activity
          HW:  Read Ch. 5-7, to p. 79, and complete Journal #3 for Monday



AP Lit., Sept. 12-Sept. 16:

    
    Mon.- Plagiarism essays due / symposium
               HW:  None
     
     Tu. - Explore themes of A Prayer for Owen Meany
              HW:  Read HB Part 9, pp. 45-53

     
     Wed.- Tone amplification,   A Prayer for Owen Meany
               HW:  For Friday, read and annotate "Destructors" and generate five
                         symposium Q's 
 
      Th.- Timed essay practice, A Prayer for Owen Meany
           HW:  See above  

      Fri. - Symposium, "Destructors"

            HW: None


AP Lit., Sept. 5-Sept. 9:

    
    Mon.- Labor Day = No School
    
    Tu. - Greetings / Syllabus / Submit summer assignments     
             HW:  Procure a three-ring binder for tomorrow and every day
             AP Lit Syllabus 2016.doc
    
    Wed.- Course Description / Consider advice / Plagiarism Essay assigned 
              HW:  Plagiarism Paper due Monday, 9/12
                        For tomorrow, read HB Part 3, pp. 5-11  

     Th.- Summer assignments back / Analysis activity  
          HW:   For tomorrow, read HB Sect. 7, "Symposiums," on pp. 34-39; then, as you 
revisit your letter and notes, generate five symposium Q's 

      Fri. - Symposium #1, A Prayer for Owen Meany
            HW: Plagiarism Essay due Monday
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