Sunday, September 7, 2014

Weekly Agenda 9.8-9.12; 9.15-9.19

Group/Peer Editing -see checklist
Models -citing quotations, works cited page format (format, embedding, punctuation)
Notes: California historical significance of
  • Agri. Workers Influx
  • communism
  • socialism-Upton Sinclair, EPIC, FDR
  • Ham n. Eggs
  • Salinas Lettuce -McWilliams, Steinbeck
HW Bring McGraw Hill Reader WEDNESDAY.  Work on essay, due Sept. 17th

Focus in on specific chapters and style elements.
-answer three essential questions about humanism, socialism and unions.
Review Steinbeck Essay, credit for HW
-does Steinbeck use deductive or inductive logic?
HW FOR Thursday
Journal #6: In McGraw Hill Reader, read Steinbeck’s “Americans and the Land” and answer the following questions on p671:
Comp #1, 2
Rhet. #1, 2, 6
Write #1 (2-3 paragraphs)

AND, Prepare for Book Concepts Test on MONDAY: OPTIC image analysis and two short answer responses.

Steinbeck Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech
Staple annotated speech to analysis
Review OPTIC elements, Review Socialism, Humanism, Unions
HW Essay due 17th; Book Test Monday.
Book Test: 1 OPTIC; 2 Short Answers
HW Bring essay drafts tomorrow.

Music -Woody Guthrie

Review Critical Annotations
Review primary and secondary sources
Creating a Works Cited
-create note cards with necessary citations.

Literary Devices
-review essentials, see word wall
-concept circles
-practice glossary entry
HW Essay due tonight by 11:59 to

GoW Research Project
  • numbering
-annotated bibliography
  • sources
-works cited page
  • format
Brainstorm Topics
Independent Reading List Book Talk, 500 pages due at the end of the semester.
HW For Friday, bring in topic and sources.
For Monday, attempt outline, print and bring in for editing.

Research Project Due Oct 1st to