Sunday, January 14, 2018

Week of January 15 to January 19

Broadcast Journalism
Students will continue working on the 1/19 Newscast video and will prepare for next week's video on elective courses. Weekly current event assignments will begin in the 3rd marking period and the first will be due Friday 1/19.

Honors English 10
The Propaganda commercial project and the Lyrics in Literature paper will both be due Tuesday 1/16. Students will finish the Object/Complement packet for Tuesday to go over in class. Subsequent grammar assignments will include Phrases with an emphasis on Verbals.

Practical English 11
Students will begin with an introduction on Puritanical history in America prior to next week's reading of Arthur Miller's The Crucible.

Monday, December 18, 2017

Week of December 18 to December 22

Broadcast Journalism
Students will view the film Shattered Glass and will read a follow-up article about journalist Stephen Glass. Film responses due before break.

Honors English 10
Students will complete discussion on Fahrenheit 451 and will take the final essay test on Wednesday 12/20. Both the Propaganda project and Lyrics in Lit paper will be due in January.

Friday, December 1, 2017

Week of December 4 to December 8

Broadcast Journalism
Work will begin on editorial writing. Assignments will be due Friday 12/8.

Honors English 10
Complete reading for Part II of Fahrenheit 451 is due Monday 12/4. Discussion of Part II will continue on Monday and Tuesday. Students will also begin working on Propaganda and should select a group for the project. Names of student groups must be submitted by Friday 12/8.

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Week of November 13 to November 17

Broadcast Journalism
Students will continue working on the preparations for the final ITN episodes of 2017. Schedule is as follows: 11/17, 12/1, 12/8, 12/15.

Honors English 10
Students will continue reading Part I of Fahrenheit 451. Students must read pg 35 by Monday. Subsequent reading assignments will be given in class and through the Remind.

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Week of Oct 30 to Nov 3

Broadcast Journalism
Students will submit all assignments for MP1. A test on Chapter 2 of the text on Rights and Responsibilities of Journalists will be given on Wednesday 11/1. Current event 2.1 will be due Friday 11/3.

Honors English 10
Students will finish Unit 1 with a reading of Poe's The Raven and will begin preparing for the Unit Test scheduled for Thursday 11/2.

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Week of October 16 to October 20

Broadcast Journalism
Students will continue working on planning and preparation for In the News segments throughout October. Students will also begin working on Chapter One - History of American Journalism in the textbook.

Honors English 10
Students will continue a close-read of Edgar Allan Poe's The Fall of the House of Usher. Literary Response Journals for Masque of the Red Death and all worksheets will be due Monday 10/16. Creative Writing projects for Masque will be due Friday 10/20. LRJ for Usher will be due Wednesday 10/25.

Monday, October 2, 2017

Week of October 2 to October 6

Broadcast Journalism
Students will review for Chapter 4 Quiz on Wednesday 10/4 and will complete the assessment in class on Friday. Tech review for Friday will be moved to another day next week. Students will design form for advertising opportunities on ITN for fundraiser.

Honors English 10
Students will present Literary Device Projects on Mon 10/2. Books will be distributed and students will begin familiarizing themselves with PearsonRealize in the text and online. Chapter 1 introduction will be covered in class and will start with the supplemental short story, Masque of the Red Death.