Sunday, March 23, 2014

Weekly Agenda 3.24-3.28

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
-answer questions
-practice multiple-choice

#13)  Read Stanton's "Declaration of Sentiments"
-answer questions
-practice multiple-choice
-supplemental reading: response to Seneca Falls Convention

#14)  Read Tannen's "There is no Unmarked Woman"
-answer questions
-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 elements
-Rhetorical FLTs

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.