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Monday - January 7 Term Paper Discussion and Directions

Monday - January 7 Assign grandparents essay or poem Debate Handout and Lecture **DEBATE TOPIC ­ RESOLVED:

Tuesday - January 8 SV16(1-10) inclusive - (adj) tending to include all incite - (v) arouse to action incredulity - (n) tendency to disbelieve increment - (n) increase incongruity - (n) lacking harmony, absurd indisputable - (adj) cannot be disputed or argued indict - (v) charge with a crime inference - (n) conclusion drawn from data infamous - (adj) notoriously bad inflated - (adj) enlarged Term Paper Discussion and Directions Note Cards Due ­ Jan. 28 Paper Due ­ Feb 19 Wednesday - January 9 Term paper discussions and directions as needed Read 804-805 Handout on gods and goddesses (discuss) Discuss handout Discuss Odyssey characters (812) and places (893) in light of handout Thursday - January 10 More discussion on Odyssey characters and gods and goddesses.

Tuesday - January 8 SV16(1-10) incommodious - (adj) not spacious incumbent - (n) office holder indigenous - (adj) native incursion - (n) invasion indefatigable - (adj) tireless inept - (adj) unsuited indomitable - (adj) unconquerable inexorable - (adj) relentless infinitesimal - (adj) very small indulgent - (adj) humoring Debate Handout and Lecture Wednesday - January 9 Debate Handout and Lecture Thursday - January 10 HW- 50 Library for Debate Research Friday - January 11 SV - 100 SV16 (11-20) inordinate - (adj) unrestrained HW ­ 50 iniquitous - (adj) unjust innovation - (n) changes innuendo - (n) hint; insinuation innocuous - (adj) harmless interment - (n) burial insuperable - (adj) insurmountable or invincible inscrutable - (adj) uncomprehensible insomnia - (n) wakefullness insurgent - (adj) rebellious Library for Debate Research Grandparents poem or essay due Wednesday

Friday - January 11 SV ­ 100 SV16 (11-20) infraction - (n) violation inhibit - (v) prohibit; restrain influx - (n) flowing into infringe - (v) violate inherent - (adj) firmly established by nature or will innate - (adj) inborn ` inkling - (n) hint integrity - (n) wholeness; purity interminable - (adj) endless instigate - (v) urge; start Assignment Read Odyssey Part 1 (813-828) CD [18-1] 32:27 min. Complete Reading Guide for Part 1 Due Monday Quiz Monday Part 1 Grandparents poem or essay due Wednesday

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Monday ­ January 14 Library for Debate Research

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Monday - January 14 HW - 40 Collect Reading Guide Part 1 Q - 10 Quiz Part 1 Assignment Read Odyssey Part 2 (832-845) CD [18-2] 22:40 min. Complete Reading Guide for Part 2 Due Tuesday Quiz tomorrow Part 2 Grandparents poem or essay due Wednesday Tuesday - January 15 HW 40 SV17 (1-10) intrude - (v) trespass Q - 10 intrepid - (adj) fearless invulnerable - (adj) incapable of injury intuition - (n) power of knowing without reason ironical - (adj) result in unexpected and contrary manner iterate - (v) repeat irreconcilable - (adj) incompatible; not able to be resolved jargon - (n) language used by a special group; jibberish jocular - (adj) said or done in jest jeopardy - (n) exposed to danger or death Collect Reading Guide Part 2 Quiz Part 2 Assignment Read Odyssey Part 3 (852-865) CD [19-1] 19:00 min. Complete Reading Guide for Part 3 Due tomorrow Quiz tomorrow Part 3 Wednesday - January 16 HW - 50 Collect Reading Guide Part 3 Q ­ 10 Quiz Part 3 Q ­ 50 ­ Poem or Essay) Collect Grandparent Day Poem or Essay Assignment Read Odyssey Part 4 (869-880) CD [19-2] 17:18 min. Complete Reading Guide for Part 4 (due tomorrow)

Tuesday - January 15 HW - 50 SV17 (1-10) iota - (n) very small quantity invidious - (adj) designed to create ill will intimidation - (n) fear irascible - (adj) irritable invective - (n) abuse jocund - (adj) merry itinerant - (adj) wandering; traveling irrevocable - (adj) unalterable; cannot be changed irreparable - (adj) not able to be corrected jocose - (adj) given to joking Library for Debate Research Grandparents poem or essay due Wednesday Wednesday - January 16 HW - 50 SV 17 (11-20) knavery - (n) rascality HW ­ 100 (Essay/Poem) judicious - (adj) wise languish - (v) lose animation laconic - (adj) brief and to the point laity - (n) layman lave - (v) wash lesion - (n) injury; unhealthy change in structure licentious - (adj) wanton; lewd; dissolute lassitude - (n) langorous; weariness libelous - (adj) defamatory; slanderous Grandparent Poem or Essay Due Library for Debate Research Notecards and Case due Tuesday Thursday - January 17 HW - 50 Library for Debate Research

Friday - January 18 HV - 100 SV18(1-10) lucent - (adj) shining loquacious - (adj) talkative linguistic - (adj) pertaining to language luminous - (adj) shining; issuing light lucid - (adj) bright; easily understood luscious ­ (adj) pleasing to taste or smell luxuriant ­ (adj) fertile; abundant; ornate macerate ­ (v) waste away malicious ­ (adj) dictated by hate or spite maelstrom ­ (n) whirlpool Work in classroom on debate

Thursday - January 17 HW - 50 Collect Reading Guide Part 4 Q - 20 Quiz Part 4 VCR Test Friday on Odyssey (Open Book) VCR - Odyssey

Friday - January 18 SV - 100 SV 17(11-20) knell - (n) funeral bell or sound VCR jubilation - (n) rejoiceing laggard - (adj) slow; sluggish lacerate - (v) mangle; tear labyrinth - (n) maze lethal - (adj) deadly languid - (adj) weary; sluggish; listless latent - (adj) dormant; hidden lavish - (adj) liberal; wasteful; plush latitude - (n) freedom from narrow limitations Test next Friday on Odyssey (Open Book) VCR - Odyssey

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Monday ­ January 21 KING-LEE HOLIDAY

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Monday ­ January 21 KING-LEE HOLIDAY

Tuesday ­ January 22 SV-100 SV18(11-20) maudlin - (adj) effusively T ­ 200 (Note Cards) sentimental manipulate - (v) operate with hands maritime - (adj) nautical; border eas marauder - (n) raider; intruder masticate - (v) chew medley - (n) mixture mercurial - (adj) fickle; changing mediate - (v) settle a dispute through an outsider mendacious - (adj) lying; false mendicant - (n) beggar Debate Notecards due Debate Case Preview Debate begins Wednesday Wednesday ­ January 23 Debate

Tuesday ­ January 22 VCR SV 18(1-10) loathe - (v) hate lout - (n) clumsy person lucrative - (adj) profitable lewd - (adj) lustful longevity - (n) long life magnate - (n) person of prominence magnanimous - (adj) generous machinations - (n) schemes lustrous - (adj) shining lunar - (adj ) of the moon VCR - Odyssey Wednesday - January 23 VCR VCR ­ Odyssey

Thursday ­ January 24 VCR VCR ­ Odyssey

Thursday ­ January 24 Debate Friday ­ January 25 Debate

Friday ­ January 25 T ­ 100 SV18(11-20) maim - (v) mutilate; injure SV - 100 mammoth - (adj) gigantic maxim - (n) proverb VCR malignant - (adj) having an evil influence mandatory - (adj) obligatory; required melee - (n) fight meander - (v) to wind or turn its course meddlesome - (adj) interfering mercenary - (adj) interested in money or gain meditation - (n) reflection or thought TEST ­ Odyssey (Open Book)

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Monday ­ January 28 Debate Tuesday ­ January 29 Debate Wednesday ­ January 30 Debate Thursday ­ January 31 Debate Friday - February 1 Debate

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Monday ­ January 28 T ­ 200 Term Paper Notecards Due Go over the Odyssey test from Friday Discuss Uncle Tom's Cabin Tuesday ­ January 29 CD SV19(1-10) misadventure - (n) mischance; illluck mete - (v) measure; distribute migratory - (adj) wandering mettle - (n) courage; spirit metropolis - (n) large city molten - (adj) melted mobile - (adj) moveable; not fixed misgivings - (n) doubts mishap - (n) accident missile - (n) object to be thrown Introduce Short Story Unit Hand out short story term sheet To be defined by Monday Discuss pages 2-5 Read Orally together "Before the End of Summer" (25-37) Audio CD [1-3] 37:29 min. Model reading (pages 4-5) Discuss and apply active reading strategies Wednesday - January 30 Q - 10 Complete reading "Before the End of Summer" Quiz on "Before the End of Summer" Read "The Lady or the Tiger" (45-50) Read orally the first part to help student's understand the language Thursday ­ January 31 Q - 10 Complete Reading "The Lady or the Tiger" Audio CD [2-1] 17:19 min. CD Quiz on "The Lady or the Tiger" Assignment Essay "Creative Writing" (52) Due tomorrow Friday - February 1 CD SV19(11-20) muddle - (v) confuse; mix-up SV - 100 moodiness - (n) fits of depression HW - 100 or gloom morbid - (adj) gloomy; given to unwholesome thoughts mortify - (v) humiliate; punish the flesh morose - (adj) ill-humored; sullen muse - (v) ponder multiplicity - (n) state of being numerous musky - (adj) having the odor of musk; a perfume fixative; dank and damp smelling natal - (adj) pertaining to birth mutilate - (v) maim Collect Essay Assignment Read "The Most Dangerous Game" (67-83) Audio CD [3-1] 50:19 min. Quiz Monday

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HW - 36 Q - 10 HAND OUT PROGRESS REPORTS Quiz ­ "The Most Dangerous Game" Check term definitions Assignment Essay "Writing About Literature" (85) Comparing Characters ­ Due tomorrow

HAND OUT PROGRESS REPORTS Debate Tuesday - February 5 COLLECT PROGRESS REPORTS Debate

Wednesday - February 6 COLLECT PROGRESS REPORTS Debate

Thursday - February 7 COLLECT PROGRESS REPORTS Debate

Friday - February 8 Debate

Tuesday - February 5 CD COLLECT PROGRESS REPORTS HW ­ 100 SV20(1-10) nib - (n) beak; pin-point nauseate - (v) make sick nettle - (v) annoy; vex nonchalance - (n) indifference nicety - (n) precision; minute distinction noncommittal - (adj) neutral nostalgia - (n) homesick; longing for the past oaf - (n) stupid, awkward person nutrient - (n) providing nourishment novice - (n) beginner Collect Essay Read "And Sarah Laughed" (135-146) Audio CD [5-3] 32:24 min. Assignment Complete reading of story at home Wednesday - February 6 COLLECT PROGRESS REPORTS Q - 24 Quiz ­ "And Sarah Laughed" Assignment "Writing About It" (148) Book Jacket Due Tuesday Test Friday on first four stories Uncle Tom's Cabin reading Thursday - February 7 COLLECT PROGRESS REPORTS Review for Test Assignment Work on Book Jackets, Uncle Tom's Cabin reading Friday - February 8 SV ­ 100 SV20(11-20) obliterate - (v) destroy T - 100 completely oblivion - (n) forgetfullness obtrusive - (adj) pushing forward occult - (adj ) mysterious; secret odorous - (adj) fragrant olfactory - (adj) sense of smell ominous - (adj) threatening onomatopoeia - (n) word sounds ordinance - (n) decree onslaught - (n) vicious assault Short Story Test I Read "American History" (155-162) Open Book Quiz Monday

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Monday - February 11 Q - 32 Open Book "American History" (155-162) quiz

Monday - February 11 Discuss Genre Focus (578-581) Discuss Active Reading Strategies with poem "Eldorado" (583) [16-1] :43 min. Handout Term Worksheet (check terms Tues. Feb. 21)

Tuesday - February 12 CD SV19(1-10) militate - (v) work against miscreant - (n) wretch; villian mien - (n) demeanor; bearing misapprehension - (n) error; misunderstanding mincing - (adj) affectedly dainty mitigate - (v) appeasin mite - (n) small object mode - (n) prevailing style momentous - (adj) very important modicum - (n) limited quantity Read Poems: Audio CD "One Perfect rose" (587) [16-2] :46 min. "Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day" (587) [16-3[ 1:12 min. "Those Winter Sundays (604) [16-9] :41 min. " A Blessing" (612) [16-11] 1:11 min. Wednesday - February 13 Q ­ 10 SV21(11-20)pathetic - (adj)pity; sadness; Quiz tomorrow (Open Book) HW - 50 compassion SV19(11-20) Tomorrow pastoral - (adj) rural passive (adj) not active Wednesday - February 13 parody - (n) humorous imitation SV - 100 SV19(11-20) multiform - (adj) many forms partiality - (n) bias inclination Q - 34 mountebank - (n) charlatan, perdition - (n) damnation; CD boastful pretender complete ruin mote - (n) small speck pensive - (adj) dreamily thoughtmortician - (n) undertaker ful monotheism - (n) one God patriarch - (n) father or ruler murkiness - (n) darkness; gloom pell-mell - (adv) confused; disordly mutable - (adj) fickle; change form pediatrician - (n) expert in kids mutinous - (adj) unruly; rebellious illnesses nadir - (n) lowest point Quiz ­ "The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant naivete - (n) quality of being unsophisticated Assignment Groups of 5 ­ Creative Writing Assignment Poetry Quiz # 1 (Open Book) (207) due at end of period Read Poems: Audio CD Assign "Sweet Potato Pie" (212-219) for classes not "Afro-American Fragment" (623) Meeting tomorrow ­ Quiz Tuesday [17-1] :55 min " The Base Stealer" (629) [17-3] :40 min. "To Satch" (630) [17-4] :26 Thursday - February 14 "Ex Basketball Player" (636-637) GRANDPARENT'S DAY CD Assignment [17-5] 1:38 min. Read "Sweet Potato Pie" (212-219) "The Road Not Taken" (643) [17-7] 1:19 min. Audio CD [7-2] 25:14 min. Quiz Tuesday (Open Book) Quiz Tuesday Thursday - February 14 Friday - February 15 GRANDPARENT'S DAY Read Fahrenheit 451for the time we are here TEACHER INSERVICE Friday - February 15 TEACHER INSERVICE

Tuesday - February 12 HW ­ 100 Collect Book Jacket CD SV21(1-10) pallid - (adj) pale; wan oscillate - (v) vibrate pendumlike overt - (adj) open to view palatable - (adj) agreeable pacifist - (n) one opposed to force parley - (n) conference pantomime - (n) acting without speech panorama - (n) comprehensive view paltry - (adj) insignificant; petty pandemonium - (n) wild; tumult Assignment Read "The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant" (199-205) Audio CD [7-1] 14:31 min.

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Monday ­ February 18 HOLIDAY ­ PRESIDENT'S DAY

Monday ­ February 18 HOLIDAY ­ PRESIDENT'S DAY

Tuesday ­ February 19 Q - 30 SV 20 (1-10) SV20(1-10) nepotism - (n) CD favoritism Q-Bonus (Terms) nemesis - (n) revenging agent nomadic - (adj) wandering nonentity - (n) non-existence non sequitur - (n) conclusion not following from the facts nugatory - (adj) futile; worthless noxious - (adj) harmful numismatist - (n) person collecting coins obnoxious - (adj) offensive obfuscate - (v) confuse; muddle Check poetry terms Poetry Quiz # 2 (Open Book) Read poems: Audio CD/ Quiz Tuesday (Op Book) "My Mother Pieced Quilts (651) [17-10] 2:37 min. "Making a Fist" (661) [17-12] 1:01 min. "Night Clouds" (677) [18-1] :33 min. "Three Haiku" (687) [18-5] :27 min. "Constantly Risking Absurdity" (692) [18-8] :56 min. Assignment Poetry Writing (2 poems) ­ Free Verse and Rhyme Due Friday Wednesday ­ February 20 Q - 27 Poetry Quiz #3 (Open Book) Assignment Work on poetry writing Poetry Unit Test Friday

Tuesday ­ February 19 T ­ 300 Collect Term Paper Q - 10 SV22(1-10) pervade - (v) spread throughout CD perpetrate - (v) commit an offense perverse - (adj) stubborn philanthropist - (n) lover of mankind pessimism - (n) belief that life is bad pied - (adj) variegated; multi-colored pittance - (n) small allowance pithy - (adj) concise podium - (n) pedestal podiatrist - (n) foot doctor Quiz on "Sweet Potato Pie" Assignment Read "The Scarlet Ibis" (257-267) Audio CD [8-3] 27:45 min. Wednesday ­ February 20 CD Complete reading of "The Scarlet Ibis" Q ­ 10 Audio CD Quiz on "The Scarlet Ibis" Discuss "The actions of the older brothers in "Sweet Potato Pie" and "The Scarlet Ibis" Assignment Comparison/Contrast Essay on the brothers in "Sweet Potato Pie" and "The Scarlet Ibis" ­ 4 paragraphs (Introduction, comparison paragraph, contrast paragraph at least 3 examples in each body paragraph, conclusion) Due Friday Test Friday on last 4 stories and unit terms Thursday ­ February 21 CD Discuss Poetry Unit ((436-439) and Active Reading Read "The Charge of the Light Brigade" as an active reading model Audio CD [13-1] 2:33 min. Hand out Poetry Term Sheet and Alliteration Worksheet (Due Monday) Reminder ­ Test Short Story Test II with Unit Terms Friday ­ February 22 SV - 100 SV22(11-20) pommel - (v) beat T ­ 100 polygamist - (n) more than one HW - 100 spouse portent - (n) sign; omen; forewarning portend - (v) fortell portly - (adj) stately; stout postulate - (n) self-evident truth potion - (n) dose potpourri - (n) mixture; medley potential - (adj) express possibilities; latent practical - (adj) useful; based on experience Test ­ Short Story Test II with Unit Test

Thursday ­ February 21 CD Discuss Genre Focus and Active Reading Strategies (2-5) Handout Short Story Term Sheet Active Reading "Everyday Use" (6-17) Audio CD [1-1] 20:55 min.

Friday ­ February 22 SV - 100 SV20(11-20) obtrude - (v) push into T - 100 prominence odoriferous - (adj) giving off an odor obviate - (v) get rid of oligarchy - (n) governed by a few officious - (adj) meddlesome omnivorous - (adj) both plant and meat eater onerous - (adj) burdensome opprobrious - (adj) disgraceful opaque - (adj) dark ornate - (adj) excessively decorated Collect Peotry Writing (2 poems) Collect Extended Metaphor Assignment Poetry Unit Test

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Monday - February 25 HW ­ 52 Collect Alliteration Worksheet (52) Q ­ 10 (Terms) Check Poetry Terms Read Poems: Audio CD "I Was A skinny tomboy Kid" (456) [13-4] 1:50 min. "Purchase" (458) [13-5] :33 min. "The Funeral" (463) [13-7] :38 min. "Good Night, Willie Lee, I'll See You in the Morning" (472) [13-10] :27 min. "The Word is Not a Pleasant Place To Be (477) [13-12] :25min. Assignment Write a lyric poem ­ Creative Writing (479) due tomorrow Quiz tomorrow on poems (Open Book) Book Report Test Monday Tuesday ­ February 26 SV23(1-10) preclude - (v) make impossible; HW ­ 50 eliminate Q - 26 predatory - (adj) plundering premonition - (n) forewarning precipitate - (adj) headlong; rash; hasten precursor - (n) forerunner profusion - (n) lavish expenditure procrastinate - (v) put off; delay; postpone prolific - (adj) abundance; fruitful prognosticate - (v) predict promiscuous - (adj) irregular; mixed indiscriminately haphazard Quiz ­ Poetry Quiz # 1m (26 pts) Collect Lyric Poem from Friday (50 pts) Assignment Personification Worksheet (due next Tuesday) Wednesday - February 27 VCR VCR ­ Uncle Tom's Cabin (108 minutes) Thursday ­ February 28 VCR VCR ­ Uncle Tom's Cabin (108 minutes) Friday ­ February 29 SV23(11-20) protrude - (v) stick out CD prone - (adj) prostrate; inclined to SV -100 propound - (v) put forth for analysis propriety - (n) fitness prostrate - (v) stretch out full on the ground provident - (adj) thrifty; foresight puny - (adj) insignificant; tiny; weak proximity - (n) nearness provocation - (n) cause for anger proxy - (n) authorized agent VCR VCR ­ Uncle Tom's Cabin (108 minutes) Book Report Test Monday

Monday ­ February 25 CD Complete Active Reading of "Everyday Use" Q - 10 Audio CD Quiz "Everyday Use" Assignment Read ­ "Catch the Moon" (63-69) Audio CD [2-2] 19:44 min. Quiz tomorrow Tuesday ­ February 26 Q-10 SV21(1-10) palpable - (adj) tangible VCR ornithologist - (n) bird watcher ostensible - (adj) apparent; professed; pretended ostracize - (v) ban; exclude from public palatial - (adj) magnificent panacea - (n ) cure-all paroxysm - (n) fit or attack paregoric - (n) medicine that eases pain panegyric - (n) formal praise paragon - (n) model of perfection Quiz ­ "Catch the Moon" Assignment Book Report Test Monday VCR ­ Fahrenheit 451 Wednesday ­ February 27 VCR VCR ­ Fahrenheit 451

Thursday ­ February 28 VCR VCR ­ Fahrenheit 451 Book Report Test Monday Friday ­ February 29 SV - 100 SV21(11-20) pecuniary - (adj) pertaining to money parricide - (n) murder of a parent peculate - (v) steal, embezzle pathos - (n) tender sorrow, pity peccadillo - (n) slight offense perfidious - (adj) basely false penury - (n) extreme poverty pedagogue - (n) teacher pedantic - (adj) showing off; bookish penance - (n) self-imposed punishment for sin VCR VCR ­ Fahrenheit 451 Book Report Test Monday

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Monday - March 3 BR - 100 Book Report Test ­ Uncle Tom's Cabin Personification Worksheet due tomorrow Tuesday - March 4 SV24(1-10) quirk - (n) startling twist; caprice CD quack - (n) imposter HW - 50 HW - 28 quell - (v) put down; quiet

quip - (n) taunt quibble - (v) equivocate; play on words rabid - (adj) furious; like a fanatic quizzical - (adj) comical; bantering rant - (v) rave rationalize - (v) reason ramp - (n) slope

Monday - March 3 BR - 100 Book Report Test ­ Fahrenheit 451

Tuesday - March 4 CD SV22(1-10) perjury - (n) false testimony under oath perusal - (n) reading philology - (adj) study of language pestilential - (adj) causing a plague perversity - (n) stubborness plebeian ­ (adj) common piquant ­ (adj) tart tasting; stimulating placid ­ (adj) peaceful; calm platitude ­ (n) trite remark plagiarism ­ (n) theft of writing Assignment Read "By the Waters of Babylon" (95-104) Audio CD [3-1] 34:41 min. Complete reading guide (Due tomorrow as quiz grade) Wednesday - March 5 Q - 43 Grade "By The Waters of Babylon" Reading Guide Short Story Test #1 on Friday Audio Reading of "The Boar Hunt" (157-164) Audio CD [4-2] 15:03 min. Thursday - March 6 CD Complete reading of "The Boar" Audio CD Discuss this story in relationship to last year's story "The Most Dangerous Game" Assignment Short Story Test #1 tomorrow Friday - March 7 T - 100 SV ­ 100 HW - 100

SV 22(11-20) plethora - (n) excess; overabundance polyglot - (adj) speaking several languages portentous - (adj) ominous; serious posthumous - (adj) after death poignant - (adj) keen; piercing; severe precarious - (adj) uncertain; risky potentate - (n) monarch; soveriegn pragmatic - (adj) practical prattle - (v) babble prate - (v) speak foolishly Short Story Test #1 Assignment Write a comparison/contrast essay between "The Boar" and "The Most Dangerous Game" Due Monday

Collect Personification Worksheet (28) Read Poems: Audio CD "Haiku" (499) Literature launchers Video Disc Side B Seg. 15 [14-3] :32 min/ "A Red, Red Rose" (504) [14-4] :53 min. "Rain in My Heart" (509) [14-6] :48 min. "Pain" (509) [14-7] :33 min. "To the Foot from It's Child (514-515) [14-8] 1:42 min. Assignment "Focus Activity" 498 "Creative Writing (501) 17 syllables (5-7-5) (50 pts) Quiz tomorrow Wednesday - March 5 Q ­ 44 Quiz ­ Poetry Quiz #2 (Open Book) HW -40 Collect Creative Writing Haiku Assignment Metaphor Worksheet (40) Thursday - March 6 CD Collect Metaphor Worksheet Read poems: Audio CD "I Wandered Lonely as A Cloud" (527) [15-1] 1:13 min. "The Peace of Wild Things (528) [15-2] 1:39 min. "Remember " (540) "Lineage" (546) [15-6] :35 min. "Elena" (151) [5-4] 1:00 min. Assignment Write poem about your lineage ­ your grandmother. Poetry Quiz #3 tomorrow Friday - March 7 Q - 31 SV24(11-15) recluse - (n) hermit SV - 100 recession - (n) withdrawal; retreat recant - (v) withdraw a previous HW - 70

statement; repudiate recipient - (n) receiver reciprocate - (v) repay in kind redress - (n) remedy reconcile - (v) make up reek - (v) emit odor redundant - (adj) superfluous; repititous recurrent - (adj) occuring over again

Collect Lineage Poems Quiz ­ Poetry Quiz #3 Assignment Limerick (20) and Building Poetry (50) Due Monday Poetry Test Tuesday END THIRD QUARTER END THIRD QUARTER

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Monday - March 10 Collect worksheets (70 pts) Discuss Oral Interpretation of Poetry ­ Sample (2-4 minutes) Must be a poem not read as a class assignment Assignment Poetry Test tomorrow Oral Interpretation of Poetry Wednesday ­ to be completed on Thursday Tuesday - March 11 T - 100 SV25(1-10) relevancy - (n) pertinence remnant - (n) remainder render - (v) deliver relegate - (v) banish rend - (v) tear; split renegade - (n) deserter; apostate replete - (adj) filled; full reprimand - (v) reprove severely renovate - (v) restore; renew reprieve - (n) temporary stay Poetry Test Wednesday - March 12 T ­ 100 Oral Interpretation of Poetry (2-4 Minutes) Thursday - March 13 HW - 50 Complete Oral Interpretation of Poetry Write "I Am" Poems I am I pretend I understand I wonder I feel I say I hear I touch I dream I see I worry I try I want I cry I can I am I am I am Friday - March 14 T - 100 SV - 100

Monday - March 10 CD Collect Essay (100 pts) Assignment Read "Contents of a Dead Man's Pockets" (199212) Audio CD [6-1] 42:02 min. Complete reading at home Quiz tomorrow Tuesday - March 11 Q ­ 27 SV 23 (1-10) prevaricate - (v) lie HW - 100 precipitous - (adj) steep preeminent - (adj) outstanding precocious - (adj) developed ahead of time preposterous - (adj) absurd progenitor - (n) ancestor profligate - (adj) dissapated; wasteful propensity - (n) natural inclination progeny - (n) ch ildren propagate - (v) multiply; spread Quiz ­ "Contents of a Dead Man's Pocket" In Class Open Book Assignment Creative Writing (213) "A Different Twist" Story ending due tomorrow Wednesday ­ March 12 CD Collect story ending Read "The Censors" (218-220) Audio CD [6-2] 6:24 min. Short Story Test # 2 ­ Friday Thursday - March 13 HW 100 Assignment Persuasive Writing ­ Letter to Administration (234-238) Due tomorrow Friday - March 14 T - 100 SV 100

SV23(11-20) propulsive - (adj) driving forward protege - (n) person under protection propitiate - (v) appease pugnacious - (adj) combative pulchritude - (n) beauty; comeliness pulmonary - (adj) pertaining to the lungs pungent - (adj) stinging; caustic purloin - (v) steal pulsate - (v) throb purge - (v) clean; purify Collect Persuasive Letters Short Story Test #2

SV25(11-20) resonant - (adj) echoeing retrieve - (v) recover retaliate - (v) repay in kind respite - (n) delay in punishment; rest retraction - (n) withdrawal revulsion - (n) sudden violen change in feeling rift - (n) opening; break rigor - (n) severity rococo - (adj) ornate revile - (v) slander; vilify Poetry Writing One Free Verse (10 lines min.) One Rhyme (15 lines min.)

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Monday, March 17 though Friday, March 21 SPRING BREAK HOLIDAY

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Monday ­ March 24 Discuss Nonfiction (280-283) Hand out Nonfiction Term Sheet (due Wednesday) Bonus Quiz Points Tuesday ­ March 25 CD SV26(1-10) rote - (n) repetition salient - (adj) prominent rummage - (v) ransack saline - (adj) salty ruse - (n) trick sapid - (adj) savory sate - (v) cloy; satisfy to the full sallow - (adj) yellowish sardonic - (adj) disdainful satiate - (v) surfeit; fully satisfy Read "Night" (305-309) Audio CD[9-3] 14:23 min. Wednesday ­ March 26 Q - 10 Quiz on "Night" CD Check nonfiction terms Read poem "If" by Rudyard Kipling before the reading Read "Kipling and I" (319-321) Audio CD [10-2] 7:47 min.

Monday ­ March 24 CD Read "The Californian's Tale" (248-254) Audio CD [7-2] 18:29 min. Complete reading at home Quiz tomorrow Short Story Test #3 (Friday) Tuesday ­ March 25 Q - 21 SV 24 (1-10) qualms - (n) misgivings CD pyromaniac - (n) fire setter querulous - (adj) fretful; whining rancor - (n) bitterness; hatred rancid - (adj) odor of stale fat rapacious - (adj) plundering ravenous - (adj) extremely hungry reciprocal - (adj) mutual recalcitrant - (adj) stubborn recapitulate - (v) summarize Quiz ­ "The Californian's Tale" Open Book in Class Assignment Read "As It is With Strangers" (279-284) Audio CD [8-1] 14:29 min. Complete reading at home Quiz tomorrow Wednesday ­ March 26 Q - 10 Quiz ­ "As It is With Strangers" HW -25 Assignment Writing About Literature (286) Small group work ­ Answer the questions posed in paragraph form. Due at the end of the period. Thursday ­ March 27 CD Read "Mrs. James" (305) Audio CD [8-4] 2:01 min. Short Story Unit Test #3 tomorrow Friday ­ March 28 T ­ 100 SV24(11-20) recrimination - (n) counter SV - 100 charges recourse - (n) resorting to help in time of trouble recumbent - (adj) reclining redolent - (adj) fragrant rectitude - (n) uprightness redoubtable - (adj) formidable regale - (v) entertain regime - (n) method or system of government refutation - (n) disprove opponents argument regeneration - (n) spiritual rebirth Short Story Unit Test #3

Thursday ­ March 27 Q - 10 Quiz on "Kipling and I" Read and Discuss Narrative Writing (346-350) Assignment Write a narrative account of an event in your life. Rough draft due tomorrow Friday ­ March 28 Q ­ 10 SV26(11-20) saunter - (v) stroll slowly SV - 100 savant - (n) scholar scourge - (n) lash; whip schism - (n) division scavenger - (n) collector of refuse scuttle - (v) sink seethe - (v) disturbe; boil seine - (n) net for catching fish shimmer - (v) glimmer intermittently sedate - (adj) composed; grave Check for rough drafts (10 pt. quiz) Peer review and analysis of narrative accounts Small group work (groups of 4) Assignment Final copy of narrative account due Monday

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Monday ­ March 31 T - 100 Collect Narrative Essays CD Read "Field Trip" (341-343) Audio CD [10-5] 8:07 min. Nonfiction Test Friday Tuesday - April 1 Q ­ 10 CD

Monday ­ March 31 CD Assignment Read "The Sound of Thunder" (316-325) Audio CD [9-1] 35:05 min. Quiz tomorrow Tuesday - April 1 HW ­ 100 Q - 27

SV25(1-10) relinquish - (v) abandon remunerative - (adj) rewarding; compensation renounce - (v) abandon remedial - (adj) curative; corrective reminiscence - (n) recollection; memory; remember reparable - (adj) can be fixed rescind - (v) cancel renunciation - (n) giving up requisite - (n) necessary requirement reprehensible - (adj) deserving blame Turn in Short Story Quiz on "The Sound of Thunder" Open Book Assignment Write "Creative Time Travel" Essay (327) Due Friday

SV27(1-10) simile - (n) like or as simulate - (v) feign; fake spasmodic - (adj) fitful; periodic skimp - (v) provide scantily soliloquy - (v) talking to oneself squalid - (adj) dirty staid - (adj) sober specious - (adj) look good but is wrong stipend - (n) pay for service stint - (n) supply Quiz on "Field Trip" Read "U.S. and Susan B. Anthony" (354-364) Audio CD [11-1] 30:00 min. Reading Guide due tomorrow at end of period

Wednesday - April 2 Q ­ 61 Grade Reading Guide during the last 15 minutes Nonfiction Test on Friday Thursday - April 3 Writing Assessment Assignment Nonfiction Test tomorrow (includes 4 essays and Terms) Friday - April 4 SV ­ 100 T - 100

Wednesday - April 2 CD Read "The Masque of the Red Death" (388-394) Audio CD [11-2] 18:33 min. Work on Time Travel Essays Assignment Time Travel Essay Due Friday Thursday - April 3 Q ­ 10 Quiz on "the Masque of the Red Death" Work on Time Travel Essay Short Story 4 and Unit Test tomorrow

Friday - April 4 SV - 100 T - 100

SV25(11-20) resuscitate - (v) revive restitution - (n) reperation; pay back retribution - (n) vengeance revelry - (n) boistrous; merrymaking retroactive - (adj) dates back past enactment reverberate - (v) echo; resound risible - (adj) funny; ludricous inclined to laugh roseate - (adj) optimistic risque - (adj) off color; almost improper ribald - (adj) wanton; profane Short Story 4 and Unit Test

SV27(11-20) stolid - (adj) dull stoic - (n) impassive subsequent - (adj) following strident - (adj) loud; harsh subsistence - (n) livelihood sully - (v) tarnish supersede - (v) replace suffuse - (v) spread over subtlety - (n) nicety succinct - (adj) brief Nonfiction Unit Test on Terms and Four Essays

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Monday - April 7 Read/Discuss 562-565 Discuss play writing, script, dialogue Assignment Divide into groups ­ Plays should last 5-10 minutes

Assign "King Arthur" reading (915-930; 944-953) Reading Guide Handout (due Wednesday) King Arthur Test (due Friday) Assign Shield of Honor Project (due Tuesday)

Tuesday - April 8 Tuesday - April 8 Read and work on reading guide handout Wednesday - April 9 Script writing day/practice day Wednesday - April 9 HW - 74 Grade "King Arthur" reading guide Review for tomorrow's test Thursday - April 10 T ­ 100 Test on King Arthur Legend (Open Book) Shield of Honor Project (due Tuesday) Friday - April 11 HOLIDAY Thursday - April 10 T ­ 100 One Act Play Production Day HW- 100 (script) Script writing day/practice day

Friday - April 11 HOLIDAY

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Monday - April 14 WEATHER DAY (if needed) Tuesday - April 15 T - 100

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Monday - April 14 WEATHER DAY (if needed)

SV26(1-10) ruminate - (v) chew cud; ponder sacrosanct - (adj) most sacred; invioble sangfroid - (n) coolness sacrilegious - (adj) desecrating; profane salutary - (adj) beneficial; wholesome sapient - (adj) wise; shrewd savoir faire - (n) tact; poise; sophistication satiety - (n) full; gluttoned sanguinary - (adj) bloody saturnine - (adj) gloomy Shield of Honor Project Due Introduction to Julius Caesar Drama Background

Tuesday - April 15 SV28(1-10) synthesis - (n) part to whole supplicate - (v) petition humbly surly - (adj) rude; cross swelter - (v) be oppressed by heat surmise - (v) guess tactile - (adj) sense of touch talisman - (n) charm terse - (adj) consice; abrupt tantalize - (v) tease tenuous - (adj) thin; rare Drama Discussion (574-579) Romeo and Juliet Handout Discuss Characters (581)

Wednesday - April 16 HAND OUT PROGRESS REPORTS Collect Progress Reports Discuss and Assign Group Presentation Projects Discuss acts and scenes of Julius Caesar Thursday - April 17 COLLECT PROGRESS REPORTS Work on Group Presentations Friday - April 18 SV - 100 COLLECT PROGRESS REPORTS SV26(11-20) scrupulous - (adj) conscientious scintilla - (n) shred; least bit sensual - (adj) carnal sedulous - (adj) dilgent semblance - (n) guise; outward appearance simian - (adj) monkey-like serenity - (n) calmness; placidity serrated - (adj) sawtoothed edge shackle - (v) chain; fetter severance - (n) division Work on Group Presentations

Wednesday - April 16 HAND OUT PROGRESS REPORTS Collect Progress Reports Discuss and Assign Group Presentation Projects Discuss acts and scenes of Romeo and Juliet Thursday - April 17 COLLECT PROGRESS REPORTS Work on Group Presentations Friday - April 18 SV-100 COLLECT PROGRESS REPORTS SV28(11-15) testy - (adj) irritable tether - (v) tie with a rope throttle - (v) strangle tirade - (n) extended speech timidity - (n) shyness torpid - (adj) dull; lethargic transition - (n) change toxic - (adj) poisonous touchy - (adj) sensuous transcend - (v) exceed; surpass Work on Group Presentations

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Monday ­ April 21 COLLECT PROGRESS REPORTS Work on Group Presentations

COLLECT PROGRESS REPORTS Work on Group Presentations

Tuesday ­ April 22 SV27(1-10) sinuous - (adj) winding; not morally honest skulk - (v) move furtively or secretly solstice - (n) point when sun is farthest from the equator somnambulist - (n) sleep walker solicitous - (adj) worried; concerned spectral - (adj) ghostly spurious - (adj) false, counterfeit stamina - (n) strength, staying power stentorian - (adj) loud stigmatize - (adj) brand, mark as wicked Work on Group Presentations Tuesday ­ April 22 SV29(1-10) transparent - (adj) permitting light to pass through; easily detected tumid - (adj) swollen; pompous trenchant - (adj) cutting; keen tremor - (n) trembling trite - (adj) hackneyed; commonplace turbid - (adj) muddy ulterior - (adj) situated beyond; unstated unassuming - (adj) modest turbulence - (n) state of violent agitation ultimate - (adj) final Work on Group Presentations Wednesday ­ April 23 VCR VCR ­ Romeo and Juliet Wednesday ­ April 23 VCR VCR ­ Julius Caesar Thursday ­ April 24 VCR VCR ­ Romeo and Juliet Friday ­ April 25 SV -100 Thursday ­ April 24 VCR VCR ­ Julius Caesar

Friday ­ April 25 SV - 100

VCR

SV27 (11-20) subjugate - (v) conquer sub rosa - (adj) privately, in in confidence subservient - (adj) like a slave substantiate - (v) verify support subterfuge - (n) pretense, evasive subversive - (adv) overthrow or ruin succulent - (adj) juicy sumptuous - (adj) lavish, rich sunder - (v) separate, part supine - (adv) lying on the back VCR ­ Julius Caesar

VCR

SV29(11-15) uncanny - (adj) strange; mysterious unfaltering - (adj) steadfast unearthly - (adj) not earthly; weird unbridled - (adj) violent uncouth - (adj) outlandish; clumsy; boorish upbraid - (v) scold; reproach veneer - (n) thin layer; cover variegated - (adj) many-colored unique - (adj) without an equal; single in kind vapid - (adj) dull; insipid; inane VCR ­ Romeo and Juliet

Assignment 15 line memory work ­ Due Tuesday

Assignment 15 line memory work ­ Due Tuesday, May 6

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Monday ­ April 28 VCR VCR ­ Romeo and Juliet

Monday ­ April 28 VCR VCR ­ Julius Caesar Julius Caesar Test Next Monday Tuesday ­ April 29 VCR Sv28(1-10) surveillance - (n) watching surcease - (n) cessation; quitting sustenance - (n) means of support; food; nourishment sylvan - (adj) rustic; woodsy taciturn - (adj) talking little therapeutic - (adj) curative tenet - (n) doctrine; dogma tautological - (adj) needlessly repetitive temporize - (v) avoid commitment; gain time terrestrial - (adj) on earth VCR ­ Julius Caesar

Tuesday ­ April 29 SV30(1-10) vent - (n) express; utter versatile - (adj) many talents vie - (v) contend virile - (adj) manly vindicate - (v) clear of charges vivacious - (adj) animated voluble - (adj) fluent; glib voracious - (adj) ravenous virus - (n) disease volatile - (adj) light-hearted; evaporating rapidly VCR ­ Romeo and Juliet 15 line memory work

VCR

Wednesday ­ April 30 T - 100 Group Presentations Act I and II

Wednesday ­ April 30 T - 100 Group Presentations Act I and II

Thursday - May 1 T - 100 Friday - May 2 SV ­ 100 HW- 100 T - 100

Group Presentations Act III and IV

Thursday - May 1 T - 100

Group Presentations Act III and IV

Friday - May 2 SV - 100

T - 100

SV28(11-15) throes - (n) violent anguish thwart - (v) baffle; frustrate toady - (v) flatter for favors thermal - (adj) pertaining to heat titanic - (adj) gigantic translucent - (adj) partly transparent tortuous - (adj) winding; full of curves topography - (n) physical features tractable - (adj) docile tranquillity - (n) calmness; peace Group Presentations Act V

SV30(11-20) vying - (v) contending vulnerable - (adj) susceptable to wounds wan - (adj) pallid; pale or sick in color wary - (adj) very cautious wanton - (adj) unruly; unchaste; excessive wreak - (v) inflict witless - (adj) idiotic wont - (n) custom; habit wrest - (v) pull away worldly - (adj) not spiritual; of the earth Group Presentations Act V 15 line memory work

Assignment Romeo and Juliet Test Monday Assignment 15 line memory work ­ Tuesday - Orally Julius Caesar Test ­ Monday

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Monday - May 5 T - 100 Julius Caesar Test

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Monday - May 5 T ­1 00 Tuesday - May 6 VCR Romeo and Juliet Test

Tuesday - May 6

VCR - West Side Story

CD

SV29(1-10) turgid - (adj) swollen; distended tremulous - (adj) trembling; wavering trepidation - (n) fear truculent - (adj) aggressive; savage tribulation - (n) distress; suffering turpitude - (n) depravity ultimatum - (n) last demand unconscionable - (adj) unscrupulous tyro - (n) beginner; novice ubiquitous - (adj) omnipresent; everywhere 15 line memory work

Wednesday - May 7 VCR VCR - West Side Story Thursday - May 8 VCR Friday ­ May 9 VCR T ­ 100

VCR - West Side Story

VCR - West Side Story Romeo and Juliet versus West Side Story Comparison/Contrast Essay 1 - likenesses 2 - differences 3 - character correlations 4 - preference and why Due Tuesday

Wednesday - May 7 Discuss Genre Focus (422-425) Nonfiction Term Handout Assignment Read "I've Seen the Promised Land" (517-525) Audio CD [14-2] 30:12 min. Quiz Tomorrow

Thursday - May 8 Q - 10 VCR

Quiz ­ "I've Seen the Promised Land" "Martin Luther King" Video ­ VCR Discuss similarities in "I Have a Dream" and "I've Seen the Promised Land" speeches Assignment Read "A Match to the Heart" (545-550) Complete reading guide

Friday ­ May 9 SV ­ 100 Q - 20 HW - 100

SV29(11-20) unwonted - (adj) unaccustomed unfeigned - (adj) genuine; real unctuous - (adj) oily; bland unequivocal - (adj) plain; obvious unmitigated - (adj) harsh; severe urbane - (adj) suave; refined; elegant vagary - (n) caprice; whim validate - (v) confirm; ratify venerable - (adj) deserving high praise vacuous - (adj) empty; inane Grade "A Match to the Heart" Reading Guide (20 PTS) Write an Autobiographical Incident (500-503) due Tuesday (100 HW pts) Assignment Read ­ "from An American Childhood" (1030-1037) Quiz Tuesday Book Test Next Monday

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Monday ­ May 12 Novel Test ­ A Separate Peace Tuesday ­ May 13 Q ­ 22 CD

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Monday ­ May 12 Novel Test ­ To Kill a Mockingbird Tuesday ­ May 13 T ­ 100

SV30(1-10) vindictive - (adj) revengeful vilify - (v) slander vicissitude - (n) change of fortune verbose - (adj) wordy vernal - (adj) pertaining to spring virtuoso - (n) highly skilled artist waggish - (adj) mischievous; humorous viscous - (adj) sticky; gluey vociferous - (adj clamorous; noisy vituperative - (adj) abusive; scolding Collect Autobiographical Incidents Quiz ­ "from An American Childhood" (Open Book) Assignment Read "What is and Ain't Grammatical" (10381041) Audio CD [22-4] 5:14 MIN. Discuss Grammar and its importance Nonfiction Unit Test Tomorrow

Turn in Essay

Wednesday ­ May 14 VCR To Kill a Mockingbird Thursday ­ May 15 VCR To Kill a Mockingbird Friday ­ May 16 VCR

To Kill a Mockingbird

Wednesday ­ May 14 T ­ 100 Test ­ Nonfiction Unit Test (4 essays and terms) Thursday ­ May 15 Share Autobiographical Incidents with Class Friday ­ May 16 SV ­ 100

SV30(11-20) waive - (v) yield wane - (v) grow gradually smaller whet - (v) sharpen; stimulate wheedle - (v) cajole; coax wily - (adj) cunning; artful winsome - (adj) agreeable; gracious wizened - (adj) withered; shriveled witticism - (n) facetious remark zenith - (n) point directly overhead in sky zealot - (n) fanatic Review for Exam

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Monday ­ May 19

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Monday ­ May 19 Review for Exams ­ ½ day schedule Tuesday ­ May 20

Review for Exams ­ ½ day schedule Tuesday ­ May 20 EXAMS Wednesday ­ May 21 EXAMS Thursday ­ May 22 TEACHER WORKDAY

EXAMS Wednesday ­ May 21 EXAMS Thursday ­ May 22 TEACHER WORKDAY

END OF 4TH QUARTER AND THE SCHOOL YEAR

END OF 4TH QUARTER AND THE SCHOOL YEAR

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