Honors English 10C: Drama Focus
The Crucible
A Raisin in the Sun

A Midsummer Night's Dream

PLATO


Daily Notes


Wednesday, 21 March: PLATO

23 March


Wednesday, March 28: PLATO



3 April: Acts III & IV
Wednesday, 4 April: PLATO
5 April: Brainstorm themes, prepare for Tuesday's discussion & Wednesday's essay test
9 April: No class, MCA Prep
10 April: Discussion to prepare for tomorrow's test
11 April: Essay Test

Multi-Genre Paper DUE Friday, May 11
Works CitedHansberry, Lorraine. A Raisin in the Sun in Literature, Blue Level. David W. Perkins and Brenda Foote. New York: McDougall, Littell, 1989. 551-617. Print.
12 April:
  • Review McCarthyism MCA Prep
  • Poetry MCA Prep: "Let America Be America Again"



Friday, 20 April: NAVIANCE
  • Completed Halfway to Graduation assignment & the survey due Monday
Monday, 23 April: MAP Reading Test
Tuesday, 24 April:
  • Read Daisy Bates letter
  • Work in groups:
  • Complete the Written Document Analysis Worksheet
  • Answer the following questions:
    1. What problem does the document highlight?
    2. How does the document help us to understand the effect of Jim Crow on African Americans and on Americans in general?
Wednesday, April 24
  • PLATO
  • Complete research from yesterday


30 April: Finish reading Act I
1 May: Read Act II, Scene 1
2 May:
  • complete reading Act II, Scene 1
  • Take School Climate Survey
  • PLATO: notes due Monday
3 May: finish Act II, begin Act III

7 May: Watch film, work on essay
8 May: Watch film, work on essay
9 May: Discuss rubric, finish film, work on essay




May 16: PLATO
May 17: Read Act 3, scene 1


22 May: Read Act 4
23 May: PLATO






Wednesday, 21 March: PLATO
Wednesday, March 28: PLATO
->MCA Reading
-->Unit 1
--->Intermediate Reading
---->Making Inferences About Expository Texts
  • Cornell notes due tomorrow (make your own)
  • Tutorial
  • Application
  • Mastery Test
Wednesday, April 4: PLATO
->MCA Reading
-->Unit 1
--->Intermediate Reading
---->Using Graphics to Help You Understand Expository Text
  • Cornell notes due tomorrow (make your own)
  • Tutorial
  • Application
  • Mastery Test
Wednesday, April 25: PLATO
->Writing for Term 3
-->Usage and Grammar
---> Subject and Verb Agreement
  • Cornell notes due tomorrow (make your own)
  • Tutorial
  • Application
  • Mastery Test
Wednesday, May 16: PLATO
->Writing for Term 3
-->Usage and Grammar
--->Connecting Sentence Fragments: Verb Phrases
Cornell notes due tomorrow (make your own)
  • Tutorial
  • Application
  • Mastery Test
Wednesday, May 23: PLATO
->Writing for Term 3
-->Unit 3
--->Usage and Grammar
---->Connecting Sentence Fragments: Prepositional Phrases
Cornell notes due tomorrow (make your own)
  • Tutorial
  • Application
  • Mastery Test

Handouts & Related Information
Webquest




To Be Young, Gifted & Black:

Duluth Lynchings Online Resource

"Dissenting Opinion of Judge Waites Waring in Harry Briggs, Jr. et al. V. R.W. Elliot, Chairman et. al" + pages 8, 9, and 10
Little Rock 9 Letter
  1. "The Black Laws" B.W. Arnett (American Memory Collection/African American Perspectives: The Progress of a People)
  2. "Lynch Laws in Georgia" Ida B. Wells (American Memory Collection/African American Perspectives: The Progress of a People) Each of the following documents are located on the same page at American Memory Collection: African American Odyssey/Civil Rights Era:
  3. "Equality of Treatment and Opportunity in Armed Forces" (Appears under the section entitled "President Harry Truman Wipes Out Military Segregation")
  4. "Dark Laughter" Oliver Washington (Appears under the section entitled "Land Where Our Fathers Died")
  5. "The Genesis of Racial Identification" Kenneth B. Clark (Appears under the section entitled "Psychological Effects of Racism")
  6. "Saving the Race" Thurgood Marshall (Appears under the section entitled "Thurgood Marshall on 'Saving the Race'")

Multigenre Paper Examples:
How to Make a Multigenre Paper: http://www.users.muohio.edu/romanots/

Reading Survey
Midsummer Text