• Lesson Plans             Mrs. Weltikol                     Week: February 7-11

     

    Comm. Arts 11

    Senior Advanced English

    College Writing

    Monday

    O- Vocabulary (Latin & Greek Roots); Self-Editing Practices

    M- writing utensil & notebook

    P- Unit 12 Vocabulary; Printing and editing Written Persuasive Speech (highlighting leads)

    A-Speech if behind; Memorization Speech

    O- Analyzing Themes found in Crime and Punishment; online research and writing

    M- Class notebook & writing utensil

    P- Unit 12 Vocabulary; Work on Theme Outline for Crime and Punishment (research and quote identification)

    A-Outline Work

    O- Informative/Persuasive Essay writing & research

    M- selected short stories & chrome book

    P- Work on Informative/Persuasive Essay – should get close to finishing

    A-finish essay if necessary

    Tuesday

    O- Vocabulary (Latin & Greek Roots); Self-Editing Practices

    M- writing utensil & notebook

    P- Unit 12 Vocabulary Exercises 1&2 (due in class); Practice Memorization; Corrections of Personal edit; Peer Edits (highlighting and commenting)

    A-Speech & edit if behind; Memorization Speech

    O- Analyzing Themes found in Crime and Punishment; online research and writing

    M- Class notebook & writing utensil

    P- Unit 12 Vocabulary Exercises 1&2 (due in class); Finish Theme Outline for Crime and Punishment (research and quote identification) – begin writing essay

    A-Outline Work if necessary

    O- Editing practice & typing

    M- selected short stories & chrome book

    P- Rough Draft due; Begin Peer-edits & corrections

    A-N/A

    Wednesday

    O- Vocabulary (Latin & Greek Roots); Self-Editing Practices

    M- writing utensil & notebook

    P- Unit 12 Vocabulary Exercises 3&5 (due in class); Practice Memorization; Correct peer editing – practice reading in groups (timed & speech critiques)

    A-Speech & edit if behind; Memorization Speech

    O- Analyzing Themes found in Crime and Punishment; online research and writing

    M- Class notebook & writing utensil

    P- Unit 12 Vocabulary Exercises 3-5 (due in class); Work on Themed Essay

    A-Essay work if necessary

    O- Informative/Persuasive Essay writing & research

    M- selected short stories & chrome book

    P- Make corrections; Finish Final essay

    A-finish essay if necessary

    Thursday

    O- Vocabulary (Latin & Greek Roots); Self-Editing Practices

    M- writing utensil & notebook

    P- Unit 12 Vocabulary Quiz; Practice Memorization; Final Speech due; Begin giving Final Persuasive Presentations

    A-Memorization Speech

    O- Analyzing Themes found in Crime and Punishment; online research and writing

    M- Class notebook & writing utensil

    P- Unit 12 Vocabulary Quiz; Finish Themed Essay – peer edit? & corrections

    A-Final Corrections & Essays due Sunday night

    O- Informative/Persuasive Essay writing & research

    M- selected short stories & chrome book

    P- Final Essay due; Introduction to Jekyll and Hyde (TEDTalk) & Discussion response (due Sunday)

    A-Discussion work

    Friday

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    ALL CA-11, Advanced Senior English, and College Prep Writing students have access to the Google Classroom where they can access materials necessary to complete most assignments, especially in regards to writing and research. Google Classroom

    There is also a Weekly Calendar in the classroom where students can write down the weekly assignments. 

    If you are unable to view the Google Classroom, access your school-issued Google Account, or do not have access to an online device please contact the high school or me personally (cweltikol@sidney.k12.mt.us) IMMEDIATELY!  

    *Note: Students who are absent have the day they return plus one to make up missing work. If a student gets their work prior to leaving or is expected to, the work is to be done upon the students' return. If students are absent for a school activity, they are expected to check the classroom calendar and have work finished upon their return or have arrangements made with the teacher. If a student knows they are going to be gone (extra-curricular, family trip, appointment, etc.) then a student is asked to communicate with the teacher in order to get work prior to leaving. If a student does not make up work in a timely manner (usually within 1-2 days) then the work becomes an automatic zero. 
     
    **This procedure is subject to change on a case-by-case basis, especially in regards to COVID-19.** 

    **STUDENTS WHO ARE QUARANTINED - ARE ABSENT FROM THE PHYSICAL CLASS BUT ARE PRESENT - ARE EXPECTED TO WORK ON THE ONLINE CLASSROOM OR PARTICIPATE IN LIVE CLASS VIDEOS!!! UNLESS THEY ARE ILL (WHICH SHOULD BE COMMUNICATED WITH THE TEACHER) THE NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES OF ABSENTEEISM DO NOT APPLY TO THEM!!!*

     
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