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    3. Finalize “Civil Disobedience” and “Self-Reliance” group work.
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    of Transcendentalism brainstorm (50 words)
    2.Read the Cesar Chavez speech and complete the following tasks in your RNB https://secure-media.collegeboard.org/digitalServices/pdf/ap/ap15_frq_english_language.pdf
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    3. Obtain a personal copy of The Great Gatsby
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Thursday, October 19

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    3. Begin analyzing Chavez speech!
    HW:
    1. ReadRefine Question # 4 from last night's HW.
    Friday -10/20
    Start Up:
    1. Beau Presente Brainstorm of “Transcendentalism” - At least ten words
    2. Should we extend our work with question 4 from HW?
    Guided Learning:
    1.MC Question Review (correction from each section)
    2. Chavez work
    a. What is Chavez’s message about non-violent action?
    b. With three different colors, identify definite examples of ethos, logos, and pathos.
    3. Finalize “Civil Disobedience” and “Self-Reliance” group work.
    HW:
    1. Extend Bell Presente of Transcendentalism (50 words) - RNB
    2.Read
    the Cesar
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    the following tasks:tasks in your RNB https://secure-media.collegeboard.org/digitalServices/pdf/ap/ap15_frq_english_language.pdf
    a. Complete a SOAPSTone
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    describe the threetwo dominant rhetorical
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    his purpose.
    3. Obtain a personal copy of The Great Gatsby

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    Extra Credit:
    -#beyond410 post: Transcendentalism/indy reading/value/unity
    Thursday - 10/19
    Start Up:
    1. Compose a letter to a real or imagined friend in which you incorporate 5 of your vocabulary words (15-25).
    *3-5 sentences
    *Study
    *Pass around a card for Ireland.
    Guided Learning:
    1.Skills Quiz
    *Discussion:
    -good projects
    -real learning (happens over time and involves concentrated effort)
    -grades (read, change attitude, try a new approach)
    -"worry is the misuse of the imagination"
    -"Letter to the Dean"
    2. Discuss “Civil Disobedience” and “Letter from Birmingham Jail.”
    3. Begin analyzing Chavez speech!
    HW:
    1. Read the Cesar Chavez speech and complete the following tasks: https://secure-media.collegeboard.org/digitalServices/pdf/ap/ap15_frq_english_language.pdf
    a. Complete a SOAPSTone
    b. Identify and describe the three dominant rhetorical strategies that Chavez is using to effective achieve his purpose.

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Tuesday, October 17

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    Guided Learning:
    1. Review start up and new vocabulary
    *Dicussion:*Discussion:
    -good projects
    -real learning (happens over time and involves concentrated effort)
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    3. Study for your Skills Quiz on Thursday: Core Rhetorical Terms, Tone Words (1 - 20), Vocabulary Log words (15 - 25), Transcendentalism, Rhetoric, Greek and Latin root words, history of Romance languages, history of Greek philosophers, punctuation of titles, precise historical information from our reading.
    Extra Credit:
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    -indy reading/transcendentalism/value/unity
    Wednesday - 10/18
    Start Up:
    a. Explain how my Professor Willie anecdote relates to our learning about Emerson last week.
    b. Choose one of your tone words (1-20) and choose a song that corresponds with the tone word. In doing this, please provide a 2 sentence justification of how the meaning of the lyrics, the music or both work to evoke a particular tone.
    c. What adjective would you use to describe Dylan’s tone? How is this song related to the content of the course or our recent readings?
    Guided Learning:
    1.Discuss Start Up and Review for Skills quiz
    2. MC
    3. Warm up for discussion (Beau Presente brainstorm poems of Emerson, Thoreau, or Transcendentalism)
    4. Discussion of “Self - Reliance” and “Civil Disobedience” continued...
    HW:
    1. Revisit/Re-read “Letter from Birmingham Jail” by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. pages 889 - 902 and answer questions 1 - 4 in your RNB.
    2. Final Resubmission for "Letter to the Dean" and Indy Reading Projects are due via email by 11:59 PM on 11/18
    3. Study for your Skills Quiz on Thursday: Core Rhetorical Terms, Tone Words (1 - 20), Vocabulary Log words (15 - 25), Transcendentalism, Rhetoric, Greek and Latin root words, history of Romance languages, history of Greek philosophers, punctuation of titles, precise historical information from our reading.
    Extra Credit:
    -#beyond410 post: Transcendentalism/indy reading/value/unity

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Monday, October 16

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    *We have after school tutoring today!
    Guided Learning:
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    and new vocab
    MC?
    vocabulary
    *Dicussion:
    -good projects
    -real learning (happens over time and involves concentrated effort)
    -grades (read, change attitude, try a new approach)
    -"worry is the misuse of the imagination"
    -"Letter to the Dean"
    *MC?

    2. Norton Reader Initiation and explanation of HW assignment.
    3. Discussion of “Self - Reliance” and “Civil Disobedience”
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    HW:
    1. “Letter from Birmingham Jail” by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. pages 889 - 902
    a. Find twoone strong examplesexample of ethos,
    b. Brief SOAPSTone.
    2. Final Resubmission for "Letter to the Dean" and Indy Reading Projects are due via email by 11:59 PM on 11/18
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    e. Multiple choice 1 --- use the next for another day! Super score :)
    HW:
    1. Brainstorm a beau present or belle absente for a definition poem of Transcendentalism (at least 25 words)
    2. Compose a draft in your RNB (needs to be at least 12 lines and two stanzas)
    3.
    Finalize discussion questions for Civil Disobedience. all "Civil Disobedience" and "Self - Reliance" work.
    Extra Credit:
    -#beyond410 post -indy reading/transcendentalism/value/unity
    Tuesday - 10/17
    Start Up:
    a. Please read the background information on MLK Jr. on page 568 of your American Reader. Please copy down the 3 most important pieces of information that you gleaned.
    b. Add the following words to your word log in the vocabulary/lit terms section of your notebook:
    21. Insidious (adj.) - proceeding in a gradual, subtle way, but with harmful effects.
    22. Satire (noun) - the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people's stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues.
    23. Pedantic (adj.) - narrowly,and often ostentatiously learned.
    24. Feign (verb) - pretend to be affected by (a feeling, state, or injury).
    25. Extemporaneous (adj.) - spoken or done without preparation.
    *Study tone words and Latin/Greek roots.
    *We have after school tutoring today!
    Guided Learning:
    1. Review start up and new vocab
    MC?
    2. Norton Reader Initiation and explanation of HW assignment.
    3. Discussion of “Self - Reliance” and “Civil Disobedience”
    4. Independent Work
    HW:
    1. “Letter from Birmingham Jail” by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. pages 889 - 902
    a. Find two strong examples of ethos, logos, and pathos - Direct quotes.
    b. Brief SOAPSTone.
    2. Final Resubmission for "Letter to the Dean" and Indy Reading Projects are due via email by 11:59 PM on 11/18
    3. Study for your Skills Quiz on Thursday: Core Rhetorical Terms, Tone Words (1 - 20), Vocabulary Log words (15 - 25), Transcendentalism, Rhetoric, Greek and Latin root words, history of Romance languages, history of Greek philosophers, punctuation of titles, precise historical information from our reading.
    Extra Credit:
    #beyond410 post -indy reading/transcendentalism/value/unity

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    *Daily multiple choice and timed writing assignments
    10/17 - Transcendentalism Seminar
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    Notebook Check
    10/18 - Final Resubmission for "Letter to the Dean" and Indy Reading Projects via email - timothy.jarman@nhcs.net

    10/19 - Skills Quiz
    Monday - 10/16
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Sunday, October 15

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    b.There will be tutoring today and tomorrow (make up work, pass/fail conferences, re-writes, MC, Essay Review)
    Guided Learning:
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    start up and collect indy reading books
    b. Review 41-50 of words on tone list.
    c. Write them/ highlight/ annotate
    d. 30 minute reading period
    3 gleaned items
    Civil Disobedience

    e. Multiple choice 1 --- use the next for another day! Super score :)
    HW:
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Saturday, October 14

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    b. Complete 6-10 brainstorms in your RNB.
    2. Obtain a personal copy of The Great Gatsby
    Week # 8 - 10/16 - 10/20
    Due Dates:
    *Daily multiple choice and timed writing assignments
    10/17 - Transcendentalism Seminar
    10/18 - Notebook Check
    10/19 - Skills Quiz
    Monday - 10/16
    Start Up:
    Please turn your Civil Disobedience questions 1-5 into the blue rectangle.
    1. What should we do with our poems? Explain hypothetical next steps.
    2. Please find the most powerful quote from your indy reading book. Please copy this quote down on your yellow folder.
    3. Please speculate on who is the subject of this image.
    a. Absent students need to talk with a neighbor and review Friday’s assignments.
    b.There will be tutoring today and tomorrow (make up work, pass/fail conferences, re-writes, MC, Essay Review)
    Guided Learning:
    a. Review start up and collect indy reading books
    b. Review 41-50 of words on tone list.
    c. Write them/ highlight/ annotate
    d. 30 minute reading period
    e. Multiple choice 1 --- use the next for another day! Super score :)
    HW:
    1. Brainstorm a beau present or belle absente for a definition poem of Transcendentalism (at least 25 words)
    2. Compose a draft in your RNB (needs to be at least 12 lines and two stanzas)
    3. Finalize discussion questions for Civil Disobedience.
    Extra Credit:
    -#beyond410 post -indy reading/transcendentalism/value/unity

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    7:21 am

Friday, October 13

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    http://xroads.virginia.edu/~hyper2/thoreau/civil.html
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    “Civil Disobedience” assignment.assignment
    a. Complete questions 1-5 on a separate sheet of paper.
    b. Complete 6-10 brainstorms in your RNB.

    2. Obtain a personal copy of The Great Gatsby
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