2018 – 2019 Eng III/ Econ Trimester 2 Agenda

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Week 1: December 3 – 7

December 3

  1. Journal #1: What will you do differently in T2 compared to T1 to help be even more successful? Explain.
  2. Check out Jungle
  3. Using the Right Word 1
  4. Survey
  5. Start Jungle
  • Homework: Jungle ch. 1 due TUESDAY and fill out Cornell notes, Using the RW quiz on Friday

December 4

  1. Journal #2: What cool, natural places have you visited? Which was your favorite? Why?
  2. Quiz on ch. 1
  3. Practice Using the Right Word
  4. Read ch. 2
  5. Individually read ch. 3-4
  • Homework: Jungle ch. 3-4 due THURSDAY and fill out Cornell notes, Using the RW quiz on Friday

December 5

  1. Journal #3: What do you still need to do to finish your Adobe Spark website?
  2. Finish website! Adobe Spark instructions-- we present on Friday-- your presentation should be a couple of minutes!
  • Homework: Jungle ch. 3-4 due THURSDAY and fill out Cornell notes, Using the RW quiz on Friday, Adobe Spark gallery walk on Friday

December 6

  1. Journal #4: Do you trust Karl? Why or why not? Explain.
  2. Practice using the right word
  3. Discuss Jungle and begin ch. 5-- due MONDAY with Cornell notes
  • Homework: Jungle ch. 5 due MONDAY and fill out Cornell notes, Using the RW quiz on Friday, Adobe Spark gallery walk on Friday

December 7

  1. Journal #5: What is your favorite part of your Adobe Spark website? Why?
  2. Review affect/ effect
  3. Gallery Walk rubric
  4. Right Word Quiz HERE
  5. Adobe Spark gallery walk
  • Homework: Jungle ch. 5 due MONDAY and fill out Cornell notes

Week 2: December 10 – 14

December 10

  1. Journal #6: What is something interesting you learned about a peer in this class on Friday? Explain.
  2. Collect wk 1 Cornell notes
  3. Using the Right Word 2
  4. Start ch. 6
  • Homework: Jungle ch. 6 due Tuesday and fill out Cornell notes

December 11

  1. Journal #7: Summarize the story of Yossi and the bird he encountered in this chapter. How did he feel about this situation by the time it was over? Explain.
  2. Practice Using the Right Word
  3. Read ch. 7 and take Cornell notes
  • Homework: Jungle ch. 7 due Wednesday and fill out Cornell notes, Using the Right Word 2 quiz on Friday

December 12

  1. Journal #8: What do you predict will happen now that the group has split up? Why? Explain.
  2. Quiz
  3. Practice Using the Right Word
  4. Read ch. 8 and take Cornell notes
  • Homework: Jungle ch. 8 due Thursday and fill out Cornell notes, Using the Right Word 2 quiz on Friday, Adobe Spark make ups on Friday

December 13

  1. Journal #9: How does Yossi deal with being separated from Kevin? What other stuggles is he facing? Explain.
  2. Practice Using the Right Word
  3. Freytag's pyramid
  4. Ch. 9
  • Homework: Jungle ch. 9 due Friday and fill out Cornell notes, Using the Right Word 2 quiz on Friday, Adobe Spark make ups on Friday

December 14

  1. Journal #10: What are the high and low points Yossi faces once he arrives in Curiplaya? Explain.
  2. Confusing words?
  3. Bond Committee meeting-- Dec. 20th @ 5:30 @ CPE-- join in if you'd like!
  4. Using the Right Word quiz HERE
  5. Adobe Spark Gallery Walk part 2
  6. Discuss ch. 9/ read ch. 10-- due Monday with Cornell Notes
  • Homework: Jungle ch. 10 due Monday and fill out Cornell notes

Week 3 December 17 – 21

December 17

  1. Journal #11: What, in your opinion, is the worst thing Yossi experiences in ch. 10? Why? Explain.
  2. Turn in Cornell notes-- get new ones
  3. Using the Right Word 3
  4. Read ch. 11
  • Homework: Bring snacks on Friday-- it is also alumni day!, Jungle ch. 11 due Tuesday and fill out Cornell notes, Using the Right Word 3 quiz and Jungle quiz on Friday, Bond Committee meeting-- Dec. 20th @ 5:30 @ CPE-- join in if you'd like!

December 18

  1. Journal #12: What plans does Yossi make before being rescued to help him survive in the jungle?
  2. Taking tests/ quizzes
  3. Pictures
  4. Practice Using the Right Word
  5. Read ch. 12
  • Homework: Bring snacks on Friday-- it is also alumni day!, Jungle ch. 12 due Wednesday and fill out Cornell notes, Using the Right Word 3 quiz and Jungle quiz on Friday, Bond Committee meeting-- Dec. 20th @ 5:30 @ CPE-- join in if you'd like

December 19

  1. Journal #13: What does Yossi learn about Karl from Kevin? Are you surprised? Explain.
  2. Using the RW review
  3. Read ch. 13
  • Homework: Bring snacks on Friday-- it is also alumni day!, Jungle ch. 13 due Thursday and fill out Cornell notes, Using the Right Word 3 quiz and Jungle quiz on Friday, Bond Committee meeting-- Dec. 20th @ 5:30 @ CPE-- join in if you'd like

December 20

  1. Journal #14: What do you predict happened to Karl and Marcus? Why weren't they at the hotel when Yossi and Kevin arrived? Explain.
  2. Finish book-- epilogue
  3. Re-evaluate topics from start of the book
  4. Review for quiz
  5. Don't forget-- bring snacks tomorrow!
  • Homework: Bring snacks on Friday-- it is also alumni day!,ch. 11-epilogue Cornell notes due tomorrow, Using the Right Word 3 quiz and Jungle quiz on Friday, Bond Committee meeting-- Dec. 20th @ 5:30 @ CPE-- join in if you'd like

December 21

  1. Journal #15: What do you want to review before the quiz?
  2. Turn in Cornell notes
  3. Alumni visit and snacks
  4. Quiz HERE
  • Homework: Have a nice break!

Christmas Vacation: December 24 – January 4

Week 4: January 7 – 11

January 7

  1. Journal #16: What is your biggest complaint about society? Explain.
  2. Break?
  3. Song analysis
  4. Survival game
  5. Point of View WS
  • Homework: Point of View quiz on Friday

January 8

  1. Journal #17: Is it okay to know the end of a story before you read it? What makes you say so? Explain.
  2. Check out Into the Wild
  3. Point of View
  4. Cornell notes and start book
  • Homework: Point of View quiz on Friday, ch. 1-2 of ITW due tomorrow, ch. 1-7 Cornell notes due Monday

January 9

  1. Journal #18: How was Chris' body discovered? Explain with details from ch. 2 and use at least one vocabulary word. Then work on vocabulary worksheet-- there are new words on the board.
  2. Point of View practice
  3. Discuss ch. 2, read ch. 3-4
  • Homework: Point of View quiz on Friday, ch. 3-4 of ITW due tomorrow, ch. 1-7 Cornell notes due Monday

January 10

  1. Journal #19: Is Chris McCandless someone you would get along well with? Explain with details from the book and use at least one vocabulary word. Then work on vocabulary worksheet-- there are new words on the board.
  2. Point of View practice
  3. Discuss ch. 4, read ch. 5
  • Homework: Point of View quiz on Friday, ch. 5 of ITW due tomorrow, ch. 1-7 Cornell notes due Monday

January 11

  1. Journal #20: What social and employment struggles did Chris face when working at Mc Donald's, and what kind of employee was he? Explain with details from the book and use at least one vocabulary word. Then work on vocabulary worksheet-- there are new words on the board.
  2. Point of View quiz HERE
  3. Discuss ch. 5, read ch. 6-7
  • Homework: Ch. 6-7 of ITW due Monday, ch. 1-7 Cornell notes due Monday, Wk 1 vocabulary WS due Monday

Week 5: January 14 – 18

January 14

  1. Journal #21: What is Chris' dating history? Explain with details from the book and use at least one vocabulary word. Then turn in your Cornell notes and last week's vocabulary WS.
  2. Sentence types
  3. Discuss ch. 6-7 and read ch. 8.
  • Homework: Ch. 8 of ITW due Tuesday, ch. 8-end of book Cornell notes due next Thursday, sentence types quiz on Friday, Wk 2 vocabulary WS due next Thursday

January 15

  1. Journal #22: How does Chris compare and contrast with the other adventurers mentioned in ch. 8? Explain with details from the book and use at least one vocabulary word. Then work on your vocabulary.
  2. Sentence types practice
  3. Discuss ch. 8. Read ch. 9-10.
  • Homework: Ch. 9-10 of ITW due Wednesday, ch. 8-end of book Cornell notes due next Thursday, sentence types quiz on Friday, Wk 2 vocabulary WS due next Thursday

January 16

  1. Journal #23: How are Chris McCandless and Everett Ruess like monks? Explain with details from the book and use at least one vocabulary word. Then work on your vocabulary.
  2. Permission slip-- due Tuesday!
  3. Discuss ch. 9-10. Read ch. 11-12.
  • Homework: ITW Permission Slip due Tuesday, Ch. 11-12 of ITW due Thursday, ch. 8-end of book Cornell notes due next Thursday, sentence types quiz on Friday, Wk 2 vocabulary WS due next Thursday

January 17

  1. Journal #24: What sort of athlete was Chris, and in what sport was he most successful? Why? Explain with details from the book and use at least one vocabulary word. Then work on your vocabulary.
  2. Permission slip-- due Tuesday!
  3. Quiz HERE
  4. Review sentence types
  5. Discuss ch. 11-12. Read ch. 13-14.
  • Homework: ITW Permission Slip due Tuesday, Ch. 13-14 of ITW due Friday, ch. 8-end of book Cornell notes due next Thursday, sentence types quiz on Friday, Wk 2 vocabulary WS due next Thursday

January 18

  1. Journal #25: How did Chris's sister Carine react to his death? Explain with details from the book and use at least one vocabulary word. Then work on your vocabulary.
  2. Permission slip-- due Tuesday!
  3. Quiz HERE
  4. Discuss ch. 13-14. Read ch. 15-16.
  • Homework: ITW Permission Slip due Tuesday, Ch. 15-16 of ITW due Tuesday, ch. 8-end of book Cornell notes due next Thursday, Wk 2 vocabulary WS due next Thursday

Week 6: January 21 – 25

January 21

  1. Martin Luther King Jr. Day – no school

January 22

  1. Journal #26: What experiences did Chris have when he was on his own in Alaksa? Explain with details from the book and use at least one vocabulary word. Then work on your vocabulary.
  2. Permission slip-- due TODAY!
  3. Colons and semicolons
  4. Discuss ch. 15-16. Read ch. 17-18.
  • Homework: Ch. 17-18 of ITW due Wednesday, ch. 8-end of book Cornell notes due Thursday, Wk 2 vocabulary WS due Thursday, journals due on Friday, colons and semicolons quiz on Friday

January 23

  1. Journal #27: How does Krakauer think McCandless actually died? Explain with details from the book and use at least one vocabulary word. Then work on your vocabulary.
  2. Permission slip-- due TODAY!
  3. Colons and semicolons practice
  4. Discuss ch. 17-18. Read epilogue.
  5. Theme and project
  6. Compare/ contrast Yossi and Chris
  • Homework: Ch. 8-end of book Cornell notes due tomorrow, Wk 2 vocabulary WS due tomorrow, journals due on Friday, colons and semicolons quiz on Friday

January 24

  1. Journal #28: What was the most important theme in Into the Wild? What makes you say so? Use details from the book to justify your answer.
  2. Turn in vocabulary and Cornell notes
  3. Permission slip-- due TODAY!
  4. Compare/ contrast Yossi and Chris
  5. Nominate for Homecoming HERE
  6. Colons and semicolons practice
  7. Write compare/ contrast essay
  • Homework: Midterm on Wednesday (be familiar with Jungle and Into the Wild; review Using the Right Word, Sentence Types, Colons/ Semicolons, and Point of View; review literary elements (plot, conflict, theme, point of view)), Journals due on Friday, colons and semicolons quiz on Friday, written section of theme project due Jan. 31 (print and turn in hard copy), compare/ contrast essay due Feb. 1 (print and turn in hard copy), Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend!

January 25

  1. Journal #29: What was the most important theme in Jungle? What makes you say so? Use details from the book to justify your answer.
  2. Turn in journals
  3. Compare/ contrast essay info
  4. Permission slip-- due TODAY!
  5. Colons and semicolons quiz HERE
  6. Write compare/ contrast essay
  • Homework: Midterm on Wednesday (be familiar with Jungle and Into the Wild; review Using the Right Word, Sentence Types, Colons/ Semicolons, and Point of View; review literary elements (plot, conflict, theme, point of view)), written section of theme project due Thursday (print and turn in hard copy), compare/ contrast essay due next Friday (print and turn in hard copy)
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend

Week 7: January 28 – February 1

January 28

  1. Inservice/Professional Development

January 29

  1. GRAB YOUR JOURNALS :)
  2. Journal #30: What are some similarities and differences between Yossi and Chris that you'll write about in your essay? Explain.
  3. Punctuating titles
  4. Midterm review
  5. Finish quote WS
  • Homework: Midterm on Wednesday (be familiar with Jungle and Into the Wild; review Using the Right Word, Sentence Types, Colons/ Semicolons, and Point of View; review literary elements (plot, conflict, theme, point of view)), written section of theme project due Thursday (print and turn in hard copy), final and edited theme project due next Wednesday, compare/ contrast essay due Monday (print and turn in hard copy), punctuating titles quiz on Friday
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend

January 30

  1. Journal #31: If you got to go on an outdoor adventure, would you choose a tropical climate like Yossi or a northern climate like Chris? Why? Explain.
  2. Vote for Winter Formal HERE
  3. Midterm HERE
  4. Type up written part of project-- instructions HERE
  • Homework: Written section of theme project due Thursday (print and turn in hard copy), final and edited theme project due next Wednesday, compare/ contrast essay due Monday (print and turn in hard copy), punctuating titles quiz on Friday
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend

January 31

  1. Journal #32: What project did you choose to pursue for Jungle/ Into the Wild? Why? What progress do you have to make on it today? Explain.
  2. Review punctuating titles
  3. Start compare/ contrast essay
  4. Type up written part of project-- instructions HERE-- written part due today by 4pm
  • Homework: final and edited theme project due next Wednesday, compare/ contrast essay due Monday (print and turn in hard copy), punctuating titles quiz on Friday
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend

February 1

  1. Journal #33: What conventions do you have to follow when writing a formal essay about literature? Explain.
  2. Punctuating titles quiz HERE
  3. Work on Into the Wild/ Jungle project and/ or compare contrast essay
  • Homework: final and edited theme project due next Friday, compare/ contrast essay due Thursday (print and turn in hard copy)
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend

Week 8: February 4 – 8

February 4

  1. Journal #34: Who would you choose to play Chris in an Into the Wild film if it were made in 2019? Why? Explain.
  2. Who/ Whom
  3. Movie
  • Homework: final and edited theme project due next Friday, compare/ contrast essay due Thursday (print and turn in hard copy), who/ whom quiz on Friday
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend

February 5

  1. Journal #35: What surprised you about the Into the Wild film so far? Why? Explain.
  2. Who/ Whom practice
  3. Movie
  • Homework: final and edited theme project due next Friday, compare/ contrast essay due Thursday (print and turn in hard copy), who/ whom quiz on Friday
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend

February 6

  1. Journal #36: How does writer/ director Sean Penn include background information in the film to tell about the conflict in Chris' family? What would you do if you discovered a big secret that someone you were close with was hiding? Explain.
  2. Who/ Whom practice
  3. Movie
  • Homework: final and edited theme project due Monday, compare/ contrast essay due Friday (print and turn in hard copy), who/ whom quiz on Friday
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend
  • The March SAT sign up deadline is Feb. 8th-- this Friday! Consider taking it-- sign up HERE

February 7

  1. Journal #37: While Penn left several events from the book out of the film Into the Wild, he also added a few scenes. Choose one scene that he added and tell why you think he made this choice.
  2. Vote for Who's Who for the yearbook HERE
  3. Who/ Whom practice
  4. Work time-- project and compare/ contrast essay!
  • Homework: final and edited theme project due Monday, compare/ contrast essay due Friday (print and turn in hard copy), who/ whom quiz on Friday
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend
  • The March SAT sign up deadline is Feb. 8th-- this Friday! Consider taking it-- sign up HERE

February 8

  1. Journal #38: What does Chris' story teach us about how to live a good or happy life? Does his story cause you to reflect on your own life? Explain.
  2. How to make a Works Cited page-- try Knight Cite and EasyBib
  3. Who/ Whom quiz HERE
  4. How to turn in assignments:
    • Compare/ Contrast essay-- double-space, print double-sided, attach rubric, and give to Sullivan
    • Photography poster-- save in your U drive as lastname firstname, then drag and drop into this folder: P:\handins\BIS\Sullivan\Eng 3 Econ\2018_19\Outdoor Theme Project
    • Song or Documentary-- save in any format and either email Sullivan a link (kristen.sullivan@district6.org) OR save in this folder as lastnamefirstname: P:\handins\BIS\Sullivan\Eng 3 Econ\2018_19\Outdoor Theme Project
    • Short story-- double space and print double-sided; give to Sullivan
  5. Work time-- project and compare/ contrast essay! Turn in one today and one on Monday!
  • Homework: final and edited theme project due Monday, compare/ contrast essay due Friday (print and turn in hard copy)
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend
  • The March SAT sign up deadline is Feb. 8th-- this Friday! Consider taking it-- sign up HERE

Week 9: February 11 – 15

February 11

  1. Journal #39: Out of all of the grammar and punctuation lessons we've done this year, which ones do you need to review the most? Which were most difficult? Explain.
  2. Review commas
  3. Work time-- project and compare/ contrast essay! Turn in final one today!
  4. How to turn in assignments:
    • Compare/ Contrast essay-- double-space, print double-sided, attach rubric, and give to Sullivan
    • Photography poster-- save in your U drive as lastname firstname, then drag and drop into this folder: P:\handins\BIS\Sullivan\Eng 3 Econ\2018_19\Outdoor Theme Project
    • Song or Documentary-- save in any format and either email Sullivan a link (kristen.sullivan@district6.org) OR save in this folder as lastnamefirstname: P:\handins\BIS\Sullivan\Eng 3 Econ\2018_19\Outdoor Theme Project
    • Short story-- double space and print double-sided; give to Sullivan
  • Homework: Grammar and punctuation post-test on Friday!
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend

February 12

  1. Journal #40: Write five sentences, each using affect/ effect and a comma correctly.
  2. Grammar review
  3. Movie
  • Homework: Grammar and punctuation post-test on Friday
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend

February 13

  1. Journal #41: Write five sentences, each using a colon or semicolon correctly.
  2. Parts of speech and who/ whom review
  3. Review compare/ contrast essay rubric HERE
  4. Peer edit stories and essays-- staple to previous copy-- due on Friday
  • Homework: Grammar and punctuation post-test on Friday, corrected compare/ contrast essays and stories due at the start of class on Friday
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend

February 14

  1. Journal #42: Write five sentences, each using who or whom correctly.
  2. Exhibition Night extra jobs
  3. Parts of Speech WS
  4. Comma review
  5. Finish movie and discuss
  6. Edit stories and essays-- corrections due tomorrow at the start of class!
  • Homework: Grammar and punctuation post-test on Friday, corrected compare/ contrast essays and stories due at the start of class on Friday
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend

February 15

  1. Journal #43: Write a paragraph pretending you're a film critic-- tell about your opinion of Into the Wild (the movie).
  2. Turn in corrected essays and stories
  3. Sullivan gone part of next week
  4. Titles and their practice
  5. Grammar post test HERE
  6. Econ Meet and Greet
  7. What is economics?
  • Homework:
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend

Week 10: February 18 – 22

February 18

  1. President's Day – no school

February 19

  1. Journal #44: What is economics? Explain how it impacts your life.
  2. Sign up for fun facts assignment-- be ready to present a 1-3 minute explanation of your term (you can work with a partner or not)-- create a single slide to teach the term and either share with or send to Sullivan before the class period where you'll present-- unit 1 terms will present on Thursday!
  3. Cartoon
  4. Sullivan gone the rest of the week-- take quiz today if you missed Friday
  5. What is economics? notes (Unit 1)
  • Homework: Unit 1 quiz on Friday
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend

February 20

  1. Journal #45: What does the phrase Guns or Butter mean? Explain how this concept would affect the decision-making of the government.
  2. Crach Course Econ Video HERE
  3. Vocabulary WS-- add word that matches each definition
  4. Practice vocabulary w/ Pictionary
  5. Write vocabulary sentences-- turn in on Friday before quiz
  • Homework: Unit 1 quiz on Friday, Unit 1 vocabulary due Friday
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend

February 21

  1. Journal #46: What is the opportunity cost of coming to school today? Explain.
  2. Economic Fun Facts presentations-- Brenden and Gino-- fill out sheet for each presenter!
  3. Review for tomorrow's quiz HERE
  4. Actively read article-- due at the start of class tomorrow-- connect ideas in this article with what you've learned about economics this week in notes on the margins
  • Homework: Unit 1 quiz on Friday, Unit 1 vocabulary due Friday, actively read article due at the start of class tomorrow
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend

February 22

  1. Journal #47: What is the difference between Classical and Keynesian economics? Explain each.
  2. Review vocabulary
  3. Indicator-- listen HERE-- question will be on today's quiz
  4. Discuss article and turn in active reading
  5. Take quiz HERE
  • Homework: Have a nice weekend!
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend

Week 11: February 25 – March 1

February 25

  1. Journal #48: Explain the connection between trade offs and the marijuana v. wine industry in California.
  2. Quote of the Week: "With impressive proof on all sides of magnificent progress, no one can rightly deny the fundamental correctness of our economic system."-- Herbert Hoover
  3. Match words and definitions on Unit 2 Vocabulary
  4. Tableaus
  5. Write vocab sentences-- due at the start of class tomorrow!
  • Homework: Unit 2 vocabulary due at the start of class tomorrow
  • LAST DAY TO TURN IN LATE WORK IS FRIDAY!
  • Exhibition Night is March 5th-- make sure to attend

February 26

February 27

February 28

March 1

  1. End of Trimester 2

Week 12: March 4 – 8

March 4

March 5

March 6

March 7

March 8

  1. End of Trimester 2