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Attention! Please view Canvas-Modules to access class and assignments.
This page is meant to assist with the class, not to substitute
for the class. Updates are usually made after 8 P.M.
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EQ
=Essential Question
SQ=Supporting Question
H=Handout
CW=Classwork (for grade)
HW
=Homework
Q=Quiz
WN=Writer's Notebook
ESOL Strategies Matrix
The Standards The highlighted
standards are the extremely important
ones addressed in my class.
January
Essential Questions:  How do I adhere to my moral compass as I navigate an imperfect world? How do I creatively produce positive change? *How does reading improve my own writing? Finally, and continuing on the last EQ, how can I become a more effective communicator?
Standards:
Reading: Analyze
and evaluate an
author's claim and
delineate and
evaluate an
argument.

Writing:Analyze an
author's purpose and
the use of rhetorical
deviced in a seminal
U.S. document.

Listening: It's all
about the listening!
and audio!
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
4
-When responding, use various types of phrases and clauses to convey
specific meanings and add variety to writing.

I.
Warm-Up
A. Welcome back
B. While I take attendance (remember to have your camera on),
please complete the following survey. Please reflect on each of the
questions and select whether you Never ask the question or Always
ask the question (left to right), by selecting the number of stars that your
answer represents.

1. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=
y7Ws7nBTWEOpaqN4PJXUIsakXZRWHgFCgndQ3aqndihUNUJMMTZaS
TFKN0FSNUFOSzhTNVEzSzRGSS4u

C. Review of Weeks 15 to 16
D. Prompt #13 Resolution

Based on my previous years, my goal (s) for 2021 is/are:
(complete the following thought making sure that you are following the Prompt
Rubric).

II.
Whole Class
A. Vocabulary List #1 Practice
B. TKAM Chapters 1 through 8 Review

III.
Independent Work
A. Quill.org (only 14 students have accessed this site in period 5 and only 15 in
period 7)

1. Follow this link for six activities:
https://www.quill.org/?referral_code=cel-reyes-2436715

IV.
Homework

A. Anything not completed in class. You know what to do.
Always follow the Modules and the Rolling Agenda.
5
4
-When responding, use various types of phrases and clauses to
convey
specific meanings and add variety to writing.

I.
Warm-Up
A. Welcome back
B. While I take attendance (remember to have your camera on),
please complete the following survey. Please reflect on each of the
questions and select whether you Never ask the question or Always
ask the question (left to right), by selecting the number of stars that
your
answer represents.

1. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=
y7Ws7nBTWEOpaqN4PJXUIsakXZRWHgFCgndQ3aqndihUNUJMMTZaS
TFKN0FSNUFOSzhTNVEzSzRGSS4u

C. Review of Weeks 15 to 16
D. Prompt #13 Resolution

Based on my previous years, my goal (s) for 2021 is/are:
(complete the following thought making sure that you are following the
Prompt Rubric).

II.
Whole Class
A. Vocabulary List #1 Practice
B. TKAM Chapters 1 through 8 Review

III.
Independent Work
A. Quill.org (only 14 students have accessed this site in period 5 and
only 15 in period 7)

1. Follow this link for six activities:
https://www.quill.org/?referral_code=cel-reyes-2436715

IV.
Homework

A. Anything not completed in class. You know what to do.
Always follow the Modules and the Rolling Agenda.
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I.
Warm-Up

A. Open a tab with Notes for Chapters 1 to 5

B. Open another tab on computer with Chapters 6
to 8 Preview the document

1. Split a screen , here is a quick tutorial ->
Multiple Tabs (Links to an external site.)

II.
Whole Class

A. To Kill a Mockingbird Review Chapters 1-8

B. TKAM-Author's Point of View and Lesson
Guidance

C. Read Chapter 9 together. :-)

III.
Homework

A. Read Chapter 10 (continue filling out the
Literary ChartPreview the document)
7

I.
Warm-Up

A. Go to Agenda, review Chapters 1 through 8

B. Unfortunately, period 3 will be on with a sub
for some time because I have a meeting. I
cannot have someone else go over the review.  

C. Open Page Review of Chapters 1-8 for TKAM

II.
Individual Student or Whole Class

A. Read Chapter 9   and   audio  there are five
audio sections.

B. Continue to fill out the Literary Chart (Preview
the documentdue right when we end Chapter 11)

C. Begin to create a Plot Scheme

III.
Homework

A. Using the pages from II.A above, read
Chapter 10.

1. Don't forget the Literary Chart.
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I.
Warm-Up

A. Author's Point of View in TKAM

  1. Read the above page

II.
Individual Work

A. Vocabulary Quiz Practice. Go to
Vocabulary.com or this link (Links to an
external site.)

III.
Whole Class

A. Review Literary ChartPreview the document

B. Discuss Plot Scheme

IV.
Whole Class

A. Chapter 11 of TKAM  

  Audio of TKAM

V. Homework

A. Catch up if you are behind :-)

B. Conclude reading Chapter 11 AND
complete the Literary Char
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I.
Warm-Up
A. Crossword Puzzle on TKAM Vocab List #1 (Links to an external site.)
B. Go to

II.
Whole Class
A. Discuss Chapter 11

III.
Homework
A. Post your literary chart when the new Canvas course for Semester 2/Qtr 3 is
opened by the district. An assignment will be there (each character will be 4
points) and 2 points for each chapter title).

B. In the meantime, work on a new reading practice:

C. DUE FRIDAY- Also, practice on these Tutorials:

    1. Short Stories and Novels

    2. TKAM Vocab #1  (there will be a test Friday)
12  ***Early Release**********
I.
Warm-Up
A. Crossword Puzzle on TKAM Vocab List #1
(Links to an external site.)


II.
Whole Class
A. Discuss Chapter 11

III.
Homework
A. Post your literary chart when the new Canvas
course for Semester 2/Qtr 3 is opened by the district.
a
n assignment will be there (each character will be 4 points)
and 2 points for each chapter title).

B. In the meantime, work on a new reading practice:

C. DUE FRIDAY- Also, practice on these Tutorials:

    1. Short Stories and Novels

    2. TKAM Vocab #1  (there will be a test Friday)
13 ****New Quarter*******
I. Warm-Up

A. Crossword Puzzle on TKAM Vocab List #1

II. Whole Class

A. Discuss Plot Scheme
A. Use Whiteboard presentation to show the
above EXAMPLE

III. Homework

A. Post your Literary ChartPreview the document.
An assignment will be there (each character will
be 4 points) and 2 points for each chapter title).

B. In the meantime, work on a new reading
practice:

C. DUE FRIDAY- Also, practice on these Tutorials:

      1. Short Stories and Novels (Links to an
external site.)

      2. TKAM Vocab #1 (there will be a test Friday)
15
I. Warm-Up

A. Crossword Puzzle on TKAM Vocab List #1

II. Whole Class

A. Discuss Plot Scheme
A. Use Whiteboard presentation to show the
above EXAMPLE

III. Homework

A. Post your Literary ChartPreview the
document. An assignment will be there (each
character will be 4 points) and 2 points for each
chapter title).

B. In the meantime, work on a new reading
practice:

C. DUE FRIDAY- Also, practice on these
Tutorials:

      1. Short Stories and Novels (Links to an
external site.)

      2. TKAM Vocab #1 (there will be a test
Friday)14
5
Warm-Up

A. Standfast for instructions

II. Independent WorK

A.Go to Vocabulary.com. Everyone has a
different test. If you cheat, you cheat yourself.

                - TKAM Vocabulary List #1 Test  
(Links to an external site.)(40 questions at 80
points) Period 2

             - TKAM Vocabulary List #1 Test  
(Links to an external site.)(40 questions at 80
points) Period 3

             - TKAM Vocabulary List #1 Test
(40questions at 80 points) Period 4

          -  TKAM Vocabulary List #1 Test (40
questions at 80 points) Period 6

B. When done, read TKAM, Chapter 12 (Links
to an external site.). Here is the Audio (Links to
an external site.) (there are four parts to this
audio). Remember to use reyeseng.
org/Mockingbird (Links to an external site.) as
a resource.

C. The tutorial Short Stories and Novels  (Links
to an external site.)is due today.

III. Whole Class

A.  Class Notebook brief

IV. Homework

A. Read chapters 13 and 14 from TKAM (there
is no school on Monday and I will not see you
until Wednesday).

B. Tutorial: Using Textual Evidence In Your
Writing
         
<- Here is the
novel