Homework

Marking Period 1 (September 6 - November 2)
A.P. Lit:

*Be sure to have your Summer Reading Assessments submitted through Google Drive - 9/10


*"Neighbors" (Raymond Carver) - 9/12


*"The Chrysanthemums" (John Steinbeck) - 9/14


*Complete the Albert questions for "Those Winter Sundays" (Robert Hayden) - 9/18


*Unit 1 Vocabulary Assessment - 9/20


*Complete the Albert questions for "Mid-Term Break" (Seamus Heaney) - 9/26


*Unit 2 Vocabulary Assessment - 10/8


*Revisions for Summer Reading - 10/10


*Complete the Albert questions for A Raisin in the Sun (Lorraine Hansberry) - 10/16

*Complete the Marking Period One Term Paper about the contrasts in The Glass Menagerie - 10/22
*The Color Purple (Alice Walker):

Letters 1-21 - 10/226
Letters 22-43 - 10/30
Letters 44-69 - 11/1

English 4 College Prep:

*Make sure that your Summer Reading Response Form is complete by September 12 (A), or September 13 (B). Your upcoming in-class assessment will rely on your completion of the form!!
*Beowulf Vocabulary Assessment - 9/24 (A), 9/25 (B)
*Hero's Journey Charts - 9/24 (A), 9/25 (B)
*Complete the 'What Do I Stand For?" project - 9/26 (A), 9/27 (B)
*Complete Literature Circle forms through line 352 of "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" - 10/8 (A), 10/9 (B)
*Arthurian Legend Vocabulary Assessment - 10/15 (B), 10/16 (A)
*Knight of the Round Table Resume - 10/19 (B), 10/22 (A)

*Questions for "The Wife of Bath's Tale" - 10/25 (B), 10/26 (A)
*Assessment for "The General Prologue" and "The Pardoner's Tale" - 10/25 (B), 10/26 (A)
*The Canterbury Tales Vocabulary Assessment - 10/29 (B), 10/30 (A)

*Complete Narrative Essays - 11/1 (A), 11/2 (B)


Marking Period 2 (November 12 - February 1)
A.P. Lit:
*The Color Purple (Alice Walker):
Letters 70-end - 11/12
*"An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge (Ambrose Bierce) - 11/16

*"A Rose for Emily" (William Faulkner) - 11/20

*Albert Questions for "Sonnet 73" - 11/20
*Assorted Poems (in class) - 11/26-11/30 (Unfinished poems will be homework)
*Unit 5 Vocabulary Assessment - 11/28
*Hamlet (William Shakespeare):
Act I - 12/4
Act II - 12/6
Act III - 12/10
Act IV - 12/12
Act V - 12/14
*Albert Questions for "A Lecture Upon a Shadow" - 12/6


*Unit 6 Vocabulary Assessment - 12/12
*The Jungle: "Battle Royal" (Ralph Ellison) - 12/18

*"The Hammon and the Beans" (Americo Paredes) - 12/20

*Assorted Poems (in class) - 1/2-1/8 (Unfinished poems will be homework) *Term Paper - Marking Period 2 - Critical Perspectives in Hamlet - 1/7

*Fences (August Wilson):
1.1-2 - 1/14
1.3-4 - 1/16
2.1-2 - 1/22
2.3-5 - 1/24 *Midterm Exam - 1/28 (1A) and 1/30 (3A)



English 4 College Prep:
*Complete "What Do We Owe Each Other?" Projects - 11/20 (A), 11/21 (B)

*Complete Critical Perspectives Sheet for Act One of Hamlet - 12/4 (A), 12/5 (B)
*Hamlet Vocabulary Assessment One - 12/10 (A), 12/11 (B)


*Complete Critical Perspectives Sheet for Act Two of Hamlet - 12/12 (A), 12/13 (B) *"To be, or not to be..." - Close Reading - 12/14 (A), 12/15 (B) *Complete Critical Perspectives Sheet for Act Three of Hamlet - 12/20 (A), 12/21 (B) *Hamlet Vocabulary Assessment Two - 12/20 (A), 12/21 (B)


*Persuasive Essay (assignment was handed out in class, and is also on Google Classroom) - 12/18 (A), 12/19 (B) *​Hamlet​ Vocabulary Assessment Three - 1/14 (A), 1/15 (B) *Critical Perspectives Minor Assessment - 1/14(A), 1/15 (B) *Midterm Exam - 1/29 (1B and 2B), 1/30 (4A) Marking Period 3 (February 4 - April 5) A.P. Lit: *Complete the Albert Questions for Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead - 2/15 *Unit 9 Vocabulary Assessment - 2/15 *The Awakening: Chapters 1-9 - 2/20 Chapters 10-19 - 2/22 Chapters 20-29 - 2/26 Chapters 30-39 - 2/28 *Unit 10 Vocabulary Assessment - 2/28 *Complete the Albert Questions for "Dark August" - 2/28 *Complete the Marking Period Three Term Paper - 3/14 *The Good Soldier: Part 1, Sections 1-4 - 3/19 Part 1, Sections 5-6 - 3/21 Part 2 - 3/25 Part 3, Sections 1-2 - 3/27 Part 3, Sections 3-5 - 3/29 Part 4, Sections 1-4 - 4/2 Part 4, Sections 5-6, 4/4 *Unit 11 Vocabulary Assessment - 3/21 English 4 College Prep: *Complete "This is What Freedom Is" Projects - 2/7 (A), 2/12 (B)