WEEK OF Oct. 3, 2022 **Subject to change due to class progress
PLEASE NOTE: Friday is UF Homecoming and a School Holiday
Period 1: English 9/10
MON: Txt p. 103: central idea, text structure (compare-contrast, cause-effect, problem-solution, argument, sequence-chronology), editorials (genre) & examples.
TUE: “The Power of a Dinner Table,” txt p. 105, GRADED discussion, txt p. 107 assessment. Tonight, study for figurative language quiz.
WED: Figurative language quiz. Begin editorial. Grammar will be heavily counted (use grammar checker). 2 cited sources required, MLA format source citing. Generator: https://www.mybib.com/tools/mla-citation-generator.
THURS: Continue working on editorial – MUST BE TYPED - due Monday.
Period 2: ELA 6
MON: Figurative language practice with concepts of freedom. Study tonight for figurative language quiz tomorrow (resource handout).
TUE: GRADED Figurative language quiz. “A Rose That Grew from Concrete” poem GRADED discussion.
WED: GRADED Group work on “The Rose That Grew from Concrete.”
THURS: Intensive learning about Document Based Writing.
Period 3: Literacy
MON - THURS: Read Chapters 1 – 3 Holes in class. Discuss in small group literature circles and answer comprehension questions. If we finish sooner, we will continue to read additional chapters.
Period 4: English 11/12
MON-WED: Continue ethnography fieldwork and fieldwork entries – all due by the end of the week.
THURS: Discuss secondary sources, MLA format and practice.
Period 5: ELA 7
MON - THURS: “The Story of an Hour.” Annotations, 5Ws+H, irony. GRADED: class discussion, individual quiz, and group comprehension questions.
Period 6: Law (no class Wednesdays)
MON - TUES: Students present findings on law assigned to research. Continue discussions about business regulations, handout, website materials and video. GRADED discussion.
WED-THURS: GRADED quiz on regulation. Create a visual diagram of how business law impacts both consumers and businesses. Cite various laws and agencies in your diagram – research as needed – GRADED.