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Week 1: Week of 18-Jan-2021, Monday holiday, Tuesday A day
  • Read Collection 3, The Grasshopper and the Bell Cricket - Download here
  • Short answer writing activity on The Grasshopper and the Bell Cricket (in-class, timed writing)
Week 2: Week of 25-Jan-2021, A
Week 3: Week of 01-Feb-2021, B
Week 4: Week of 08-Feb-2021, A, Friday no classes for students
Week 5: Week of 15-Feb-2021, Monday holiday, Tuesday A day
  • Movie: Raiders of the Lost Arc with an eye towards the hero's journey.
  • Your Hero's Journey - Using the Hero's Journey template, create a timeline with short descriptions of what happens at each stage for a Hero's Journey of your own creation. Superpowers are allowed, but your journey must begin and end in Misawa. Be original!
    Alternative Option: We will be watching Raiders of the Lost Arc. You can choose to complete the Hero's Journey activity using your own character or basing it on the main character in the movie.
  • Standards: RI 1, 2, 4; W 10; SL 2-3; L6
Week 6: Week of 22-Feb-2021, A
Week 7: Week of 01-Mar-2021, B
  • Post answers to the following questions for An Ordinary Man to the deliverables spreadsheet, or you can print it out and hand it to the teacher:
    • List three facts that stand out to you and why
    • List three actions the author took to protect those in his hotel
    • List three causes of the genocide according to the author
    • According to the author, what was the most important thing that saved the lives of the people in the hotel? Why was this so important?
    • Standards: RI 1, 2, 4; W 10; SL 2-3; L6
Week 8: Week of 08-Mar-2021, A, Friday no classes for students
  • Read Deep Survival pp 325-334
  • Quiz for Deep Survival (The teacher can find the quiz on the online textbook and either print it or have students take it online.)
  • Standards: RI 1-6; W1

Listen to Deep Survival with short pauses at page breaks

Week 9: Week of 15-Mar-2021, A
  • Performance Task p 336, Argument due by the end of the school day Friday.
  • Standards: RI 1-6; W1

Instructions for Performance Task p 336

Week 10: Week of 22-Mar-2021, B, Thursday no classes for students, Friday spring break starts

Week 11: Week of 05-Apr-2021, A
  • And of Clay Are We Created pre-reading activities
  • Read And of Clay Are We Created - Download
Week 12: Week of 12-Apr-2021, B
  • And of Clay Are We Created outline due. You will be comparing elements of the story with elements of COVID-19 manifestation in the US.
Week 13: Week of 19-Apr-2021, A, Wedneday no classes for students
  • And of Clay Are We Created essay due
Week 14: Week of 26-Apr-2021, A
  • Pre-reading activities for The Lottery
  • Read The Lottery. Download here. (If that link doesn't work, search on The Lottery Full Text.)
Week 15: Week of 03-May-2021, B
  • Project for The Lottery due: Identify as many examples of literary devices as possible (i.e., foreshadowing, symbolism, irony, tension, etc.)
Week 16: Week of 10-May-2021, A
Week 17: Week of 17-May-2021, B
Week 18: Week of 24-May-2021, A, Friday no school (check)
Week 19: Week of 31-May-2021, Monday holiday, Tuesday B day
Week 20: Week of 07-Jun-2021, A, Friday no classes for students
  • TBA