Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston LINK--please see reading schedule--
-please have your McGraw Hill Reader, Novel, and Journal every day this week.
-expect an independent reading check
MONDAY and TUESDAY Creating a timeline of Women's role in America
#12) Read Gould's "Women's Brains" essay
#13) Read Stanton's "Declaration of Sentiments"
-supplemental reading: response to Seneca Falls Convention
#14) Read Tannen's "There is no Unmarked Woman"
-practice multiple-choice HW Finish for Thursday, Journal Entries need to be clearly marked Journal #15: Rewrite 1 paragraph from your Travel Timed Synthesis essay. WEDNESDAY Their Eyes
-Chapter 1 literary devices: WHAT, HOW, WHY HW See Reading Schedule THURSDAY and FRIDAY
Back to Gould's Piece
-annotation and discussion
Rhetorical Analysis Timed Writing
NEXT: Hurston Bio; Harlem Renaissance Timeline; Symbolism of the Barbie Doll; Atwood, Angier, Theroux; elements of humor; Twain, The Onion; more Tannen; Hughes and Bennett; Iyer.
Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston Chapters 1 & 2 for Wednesday, March 26th Chapters 3-6 for Friday, March 28th Chapters 7-11 for Monday, March 31st Chapters 12-17 for Wednesday, April 2nd Chapters 18-20 for Friday, April 4th
*Culminating Timed Rhetorical Analysis (which will be very difficult to write without reading the text) Be prepared to read additional materials while meeting these deadlines.
You are also expected to read your independent reading book(s).
Travel, Food, Culture and Identity MONDAY
-salt and culture in Jamaica
-Listen LINK: "Inviting the World to Dinner" by Jim Haynes
Inspect how different writers work senses and emotion into their style. HW Travel Journal Extension, due tomorrow!
Gallery Walk: Journal highlights
College Center Visit
EAP Timed Writing
--creating prompt and sources
NEXT Synthesis Timed Writing on Travel, Food, and Culture