Friday, February 26, 2010

Objective: The students will complete the reading of Act II: 1 and then translate their second soliloquy.

1. CAT6
2. Notes
3. Read
4. Translation #2

Homework: Relax with your book. "Beware, the Ides of March (+11 days) is coming fast!"

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Objective: The students will read Act II: 1 and discuss the main events of that scene.

1. CAT6
2. Correct Vocabulary (or finish it..... or start it....)
3. Act II: 1 Notes
4. Read Act II: 1

Outside Book: Due March 26

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Objective: Students will see Act I on video then begin the important vocabulary words assignmnet for Act II.

1. Take a few seconds to get corrected work into your folder. Turn in Act I TRanslation and Review (stapled together) for grade.
2. Video.
3. Act II Vocabulary

Homework: Outside Book (March 26)

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Objective: The students will complete reading Act I and then complete a review and soliloquy translation activity.

Good Morning: Get your lit books and folders.

1. CAT6
2. How to VISUALIZE and Read Julius Caesar
3. Act I:3 Notes
4. Read Act I:3
5. Complete Review and Soliloquy Translation #1

Homework: Outside Book: Due March 26 (and I know many of you still need to start it!)

Monday, February 22, 2010

Objective: Students will complete next year's registration process. If time, they will also complete Julius Caesar Act I Review.

1. Walk to counselor after you turn in Sonnet.
2. Act Review

Friday, February 19, 2010

Objective: The students will write an original Shakespearean Sonnet and turn it in typed on Monday. They will also read and discuss JC Act I:2.

1. CAT6 Activity
2. Discuss Sonnet Format and Typing
3. Act I:2 Notes
4. Read Act I:2
5. Soliloquy Translation #1

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Objective: Students will know the format of a Shakespearean Sonnet and type one of their own for their writing portfolio.

Happy Birthday Tim Webb (from your parents and Warrn)

1. Counselor information. Be courteous, listen and ask questions.
2. Go over Sonnet info.

Sonnet due typed on Monday with the Registration information.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Objective: Students will know a little more background info on Julius Caesar, then we will start the play.

1. Turn in your PUBLISHED Person of the Year Research paper.
2. Get that Julius Caesar Timeline out. Get out the Act I Vocabulary. Turn in also.
3. Timeline Info
4. Act I Notes
5. Read Act I Scene 1 and part of 2

Homework: Outside Book. Report Due March 26. (First of 500 pages!)

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Objective: Students will edit and publish all parts of the research paper by Tuesday when we return (and it will be perfectly easy to read!!!!). Then we will work on vocab for Act I.

1. Score and edit Part IV
2. Vocab
3. Final draft of paper due Tuesday

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Objective: Students will know how to complete their research paper and create the Works Cited page.

1. Get out Part III for Peer Edit and 50 points.
2. Peer Edit
3. Discuss Part IV (Conclusion and Works Cited)
4. JC Notes/Timeline

Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Objective: Students will know important background information about Caesar in order to read and understand the play.

1. CAT6 (get handout on Obama.
2. Go over yesterday's handout and score for points.
3. Julius Caesar History Timeline (get handout)
4. Part III (2009 info) of research paper due tomorrow for 50 points and editing.

Monday, February 08, 2010

Objective: Students will know important background information for our upcoming Shakespeare unit.

1. Get lit book and handout.
2. Complete handout
3. Part III of Person of the Year is due on Wednesday.

Friday, February 05, 2010

Objective: Students will peer edit and revise Part II of their research paper and know the difference between Active and Passive Voice.

1. CAT6 Activity #7
2. Peer Edit and Points for Part II
3. Revise Parts I and II over weekend. Save to Weblockers
4. Go through your research and highlight what you will include in Part III (2009 info)

Watch Super Bowl. Have Fun!

Thursday, February 04, 2010

Objective: Students will practice writing an informational paragraph from a resource and then work on Part II of the research paper.

1. CAT6 #6
2. Share Part II if we have a volunteer.
3. Work on Part II. Due tomorrow for 50 points. Typed. Printed. Saved to Weblockers.

Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Objective: Students will share anecdotal intros, peer edit and revise at home. They will also begin work on the second part of the paper, the background information section.

1. CAT6 #5
2. Sample papers from Weblockers
3. Peer Edit and check for 50 points
4. Citation Notes and sample of part II
5. Begin Writing Part II and revise Part I

Have you picked your outside Book yet??

Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Objective: Students will learn a more creative way to start a paper and then write one of their own.

1. Get folder only.
2. CAT6
3. Correct Vocab and turn in
4. Intro sample
5. Write your own intro. Type and save to Weblockers. Use proper MLA format and add a header.

50 points for intro tomorrow.