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Attention! Please view Canvas on March 30th.
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the agenda.
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
HW=Homework
WN=Writer's Notebook
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The Standards The highlighted
standards are the extremely important
ones addressed in my class.
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Essential Questions: How can I creatively produce productive change? How can I become an effective communicator?
Standards:
-To read a seminal
piece to relate the past
with the present to
encourage peaceful
social activism to
enable change
to encourage
awareness of current
events. Cite specific
textual evidence to
support analysis of a
primary source,
connecting insights
gained from specific
details to an
understanding of the
text as a whole;
● Determine the central
ideas or information of a
primary source; provide
an accurate summary
that makes clear the
relationships
among the key details
and ideas;
● Determine the
meaning of words and
phrases as they are
used in a speech,
including analyzing how
an author uses and
refines the meaning of a
key term over the course
of a text;
● Analyze in detail how a
complex primary source
is structured, including
how key sentences,
paragraphs, and larger
portions of the text
contribute to the whole;
and
● Evaluate an author’s
premises, claims, and
evidence by
corroborating or
challenging
them with other
information.
March
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
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I.
Warm Up
A. Secure a copy of The Odyssey.
II. Small Groups
A. Continue reading the epic
poem until the very end.

III. I
ndependent Work
A. Create a table with all of the  
major character traits.

IV.
Homework
A. Catch UP!
B. Dedicate some time to Khan
Academy
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I. Warm Up
A. Prompt #9

II Whole Class
A. Conclude The Odyssey

III. Independent Student
A. Answer questions from Collections textbook,
page  399
Core-only answer 1,3,5,7

IV Independent Student
A. Khan Academy

V Homework
A. Answer questions for page 418 in
Collections.
Core-only answer 1,3,5,7
4   SAT

Conclude reading The Odyssey

Answer questions from page 399 and
for homework answer questions from
page 418.
Core-only answer 1,3,5,7

Meanwhile, in your WN, continue
recording characteristics for at least
five characters.
5. I. Warm Up
A. Prompt #9 Masks
How do we wear masks in our daily
lives? What do people really know
about us if wear a mask to hide our
true feelings?
II. Independent Work
A. Check homework-pages 399, 418
1. Period 4, conclude reading The
Odyssey.
B. Character Biopoem (except period
4)
1. Select one character from The
Odyssey in the poem
a. skills, abilities,
capabilities-strengths, weaknesses
b.physical, emotional,
interpersonal,external and internal
c. Follow the template from the board.
6. I. Warm Up
A. Prompt #9 Masks
How do we wear masks in our
daily lives? What do people really
know about us if wear a mask to
hide our true feelings?
II. Independent Work
A. Check homework-pages 399,
418
1. Period 4, conclude reading
The Odyssey.
B. Character Biopoem (except
period 4)
1. Select one character from The
Odyssey in the poem
a. skills, abilities,
capabilities-strengths,
weaknesses
b.physical, emotional,
interpersonal,external and
internal
c. Follow the template from the
board.

You know that if you did not
finish something in class, it
becomes your homework.
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I. Warm Up
A. Prompt 10 Argumentative
What important elements and
parts should an argumentative
essay have?
II. Individual Work
A. The essay
III. Whole Class
A. The mandala
IV. Homework
A. Conclude the essay and turn
into englishone18@gmail.com
B. Work on the Character Mandala
C. Practice Khan Academy
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I. Warm Up
A. Prompt 10 Argumentative
What important elements and parts should an
argumentative essay have?
II. Individual Work
A. The essay

III. Whole Class
A. The mandala
IV. Homework
A. Conclude the essay and turn into
englishone18@gmail.com
B. Work on the Character Mandala
C. Practice Khan Academy
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I. Warm Up
A. Prompt #11 Comma, Semicolon,
Colon, Apostrophe
Find definitions and write one
complex sentence for each.

II. Individual Work
A. The Argumentative Essay-
1. Mark up the essay written by Paul
Pupil with:
-star for claim
-highlight the evidence
-underline the reasons
-circle the counterclaim
-rectangle for transitions and
conjunctions
B. Revise your Argumentative
Freedom essay and send it to
englishone18@gmail.com.
1. Use the new Rubric
2. Make sure you follow instructions
and use all resources to revise
C. Work on Mandala
D. Work on ixl.com
1. HH
2. II
3. KK

III. Homework
A. Essay is due on Friday at
englishone18@gmail.com
B. Bring 1st draft back
C. Mandala is due Monday or next
time I see you.
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I. Warm Up
A. Prompt #11 Comma, Semicolon,
Colon, Apostrophe
Find definitions and write one
complex sentence for each.

II. Individual Work
A. The Argumentative Essay-
1. Mark up the essay written by Paul
Pupil with:
-star for claim
-highlight the evidence
-underline the reasons
-circle the counterclaim
-rectangle for transitions and
conjunctions
B. Revise your Argumentative
Freedom essay and send it to
englishone18@gmail.com.
1. Use the new Rubric
2. Make sure you follow instructions
and use all resources to revise
C. Work on Mandala
D. Work on ixl.com
1. HH
2. II
3. KK

III. Homework
A. Essay is due on Friday at
englishone18@gmail.com
B. Bring 1st draft back
C. Mandala is due Monday or next
time I see you.
Give back student work and file

Tutorials:

Anti-hero
No School-Look for updates. Read on important research and notifications from medical practitioners. Do you have real facts and data to share?
Post them on Remind.com. I will post shortly as well. Also, stay with Canvas. In the meantime, study using Khan Academy. Do not forget that your Mandala will be due
the first day we get back to school. Hopefully you are not happy that our education has been interrupted. Be careful with misinformation and misconstrued data.
Take care, be careful. Read, exercise and help your parents. -Ms. Reyes
 
 
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I. Warm Up
A. Gain online access to Canvas,
at your convience (the district is
now experiencing an overflow)
B. Respond to Prompt #12, online
or in WN
II. Activity
A. Take a picture and upload to
Canvas, if you do in WN).
1. Your Upload window will open
when you click on Submit.
2.
This is not due until April 6,
so you have plenty of time.
a. Do not stress
B.
For students in Periods 1, 3,
4, 6, and 7
A. Submit the Mandala.
1. The Mandala Assignment will
comprise of two submissions (two
pictures uploaded):
a. The Circle
b. The Composition (narrative)
B. This is due on April 6 as well.
Please allow until April 3 to submit
because you will not have access
to Quarter 4 until then (sorry, I do
not control this).

Note: I do not know what I will do
with the other 11 Prompts in your
Writer's Notebook. If you have
ideas let me know. I am thinking of
holding meetings and share our
readings in a virtual class.
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NOTE: Canvas is
not running well yet.
You can log on daily
for attendance. I will
keep you up to date
and add to the
assignments. Do
not submit to my
gmail.  New
assignments will be
counted after the
4th quarter begins
on Monday.
Standby. The
district is setting the
platform for us. You
can submit to
Canvas only, but
know that I will not
begin grading until
after Monday, so
you still have time.
Just log on to
Canvas daily
because the district
is the one taking
attendance. Save
your work and
come back to
Canvas to
proofread, or
upload and submit
after Monday, if you
wish.