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CP English 11: Weekly Syllabus


Updated regularly and when prompted by a conflict between time constraints and educational goals.  

Looking for assignments from last week or earlier?
Go to the syllabus archive for this term.


October 16, 2017 to October 20, 2017

Click on the links below to connect to the Library of Congress

and the poems from the Poetry 180 Collection we’ll read this week.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 

Special events this week:

Nature Journaling on Friday- be prepared to head outside! Whoo hoo!

This week, we’ll focus on: 

Summative Assessment # 1

If you are writing a reflection paper, creating a kiosk presentation or a podcast, we will edit and create the “final version” on Monday 10/16.  Your submission deadline: 11:59 pm  on Monday, 10/16.

If you are writing a thesis-based research paper or multi-genre paper, your full rough draft is due on Thursday. We will then edit and create the “final version” for Friday, 10/20. Your submission deadline: 11:59 pm  on Friday, 10/20.

Individual Conferences

Sign-up for in-class conferences for summative assessment #1.

New Rubrics!

We’ve got some new rubrics for the portfolio and your developing Reader’s and Writer’s Digital Notebook. We’ll explore them and discuss how they will support our work.

 

Reader’s & Writer’s Notebook

Continue reading and responding to  your current book in your Reader’s & Writer’s Digital Notebook.

We’ll explore the Neoclassical period and the literary side of Benjamin Franklin. Look in Google-Classroom for a prompt related to literature from this period. Copy/paste this prompt and add it (and your response) to your Reader’s and Writer’s Digital Notebook.

 

So, wait a minute...do I have homework?

Yes – always. Within each term, you need to work towards developing and successfully demonstrating competency.  Use this syllabus, the calendar below and the conference trackers to manage your time successfully.

Life in Lancer Nation

Lancer Spirit Online

Morning  Announcements

LHS Dining Services

Weather

LHS Website

Library Media Center

 

Aspen: X2

 

 

Click here to sign up to be a featured reader of our poem of the day.

 

 Rubrics and Guides

 

Our Lancer Mission…

Literacy

Academic Excellence

Nurturing Environment

Critical Thinking

Ethical Behavior

Responsible Citizenship

School Pride


Long-Term Goals & Special Event Dates

Scroll down to check out the calendar for your class period. This will help you get a look at the “big picture” for the rest of the term. Your personal learning goals will fall within the date ranges listed on the calendar.