English 10H American Literature 2023-Period 3 Assignments

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Research Paper Works Cited page in Google Classroom

Research Paper Works Cited page

Print the Works Cited page and bring it to class. Be sure to include your novel. Neither a header nor a heading is required - just write or type your name at the top.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, February 13 3:12 PM

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The Great Gatsby chapter 2 in Google Classroom

The Great Gatsby chapter 2

Read The Great Gatsby chapter 2
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, February 16 2:52 PM

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The Great Gatsby chapter 1 in Google Classroom

The Great Gatsby chapter 1

Finish reading the first chapter of The Great Gatsby.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, February 13 3:12 PM

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Gatsby color coding in Google Classroom

Gatsby color coding

Complete the color coding analysis including assessment of the words and their connotations, as well as paragraphs about your initial impressions of Gatsby and what Nick's tone about Gatsby is. This is all done by hand.  You are only doing the first color coding assignment on the passage from chapter 1, which you receive in class on Monday; do not look ahead or begin the other color codings.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, February 13 3:12 PM

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Please do this survey for a student in Google Classroom

Please do this survey for a student

Please do this survey for a student
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Wednesday, February 7 3:12 PM

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Please do this survey for a student in Google Classroom

Please do this survey for a student

Please do this survey for a student
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Wednesday, February 7 3:12 PM

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Gatsby vocab in Google Classroom

Gatsby vocab

You'll want to get a jump start on learning the vocabulary that is in the novel
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, February 8 3:12 PM

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Gatsby vocab in Google Classroom

Gatsby vocab

You'll want to get a jump start on learning the vocabulary that is in the novel
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, February 8 3:12 PM

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Gatsby vocab in Google Classroom

Gatsby vocab

You'll want to get a jump start on learning the vocabulary that is in the novel
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, February 8 3:12 PM

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Modern Poetry Analysis in Google Classroom

Modern Poetry Analysis

Choose any 20 of the additional questions about the modern poems to analyze besides those covered by me and your group.  Be sure to label what poems and questions you are answering. Do NOT copy the questions.  I encourage to do this analysis before another group presents so that you have thoughts and ideas prepared for them.  I also encourage you to do beyond this 20 for additional practice.  Submit your work to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Monday, January 29 12:11 PM

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Group Poem Analysis in Google Classroom

Group Poem Analysis

Complete the analysis of your group's poem and your group's section of "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock". Submit one document for the group to turnitin.com.  Do not copy the questions. Put everyone's name on the document.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, January 26 3:13 PM

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Group Poem Analysis in Google Classroom

Group Poem Analysis

Complete the analysis of your group's poem and your group's section of "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock". Submit one document for the group to turnitin.com.  Do not copy the questions. Put everyone's name on the document.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, January 26 3:13 PM

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Group Poem Analysis in Google Classroom

Group Poem Analysis

Complete the analysis of your group's poem and your group's section of "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock". Submit one document for the group to turnitin.com.  Do not copy the questions. Put everyone's name on the document.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, January 26 3:13 PM

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Mending Wall in Google Classroom

Mending Wall

Answer the 9 questions about the poem "Mending Wall".  Do not copy the questions. Submit your responses to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, January 26 3:13 PM

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Mending Wall in Google Classroom

Mending Wall

Answer the 9 questions about the poem "Mending Wall".  Do not copy the questions. Submit your responses to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, January 26 3:13 PM

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Mending Wall in Google Classroom

Mending Wall

Answer the 9 questions about the poem "Mending Wall".  Do not copy the questions. Submit your responses to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, January 26 3:13 PM

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Modern Poems, Poets in Google Classroom

Modern Poems, Poets

Skim read through these different Modernist poems. We will begin with the opening lines of "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock".  Be prepared to discuss and analyze these poems.  We will be doing "Mending Wall" together, eventually.  Also, I have attached biographies about these poets for you read too. Be mindful of Modernism, poetical terms, and their biographies as you analyze these poems.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Wednesday, January 17 12:12 PM

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Modernism in Google Classroom

Modernism

Read the document about the Modernist movement. The google slides are supplemental to the reading, I encourage you to look at them, but they are not required.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, January 19 2:22 PM

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Research Paper Example of Scholarly Source in Google Classroom

Research Paper Example of Scholarly Source

Read this document, which will give you a good example of a scholarly source, look somewhat like the research you will do and the essay you will write, and teach more about the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, December 19 12:13 PM

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Research Paper Example of Scholarly Source in Google Classroom

Research Paper Example of Scholarly Source

Read this document, which will give you a good example of a scholarly source, look somewhat like the research you will do and the essay you will write, and teach more about the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, December 5 4:13 PM

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Research Paper Materials in Google Classroom

Research Paper Materials

Read over the assignment sheet for the research paper, the rubric for the paper, and you should have your book read by this point. There are some other documents attached here that will be relevant to the paper as well.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, December 5 4:13 PM

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Research Paper Materials in Google Classroom

Research Paper Materials

Read over the assignment sheet for the research paper, the rubric for the paper, and you should have your book read by this point. There are some other documents attached here that will be relevant to the paper as well.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, December 5 4:13 PM

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Final Essay on Huck in Google Classroom

Final Essay on Huck

Be prepared for your 5th and Final essay, which will be a free style prompt about The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.  
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, November 30 4:13 PM

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Romantic Poem Essay Revision in Google Classroom

Romantic Poem Essay Revision

Submit a revision of your Romantic poem essay to turnitin.com before you do your final essay. It is due the same day and time as your final.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, December 8 12:13 PM

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Romantic Poem Essay Revision in Google Classroom

Romantic Poem Essay Revision

Submit a revision of your Romantic poem essay to turnitin.com before you do your final essay. It is due the same day and time as your final.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, December 8 12:13 PM

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Romantic Poem Essay Revision in Google Classroom

Romantic Poem Essay Revision

Submit a revision of your Romantic poem essay to turnitin.com before you do your final essay. It is due the same day and time as your final.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, December 8 12:13 PM

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Huck Project in Google Classroom

Huck Project

Group Project Presentations will be all of this week on various topics for The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.  Details about the project have been discussed in class and you should know what day your group is presenting. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, November 30 4:13 PM

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Poem Analysis Essay in Google Classroom

Poem Analysis Essay

Be prepared for your 4th essay on a Romantic poem.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, November 30 4:13 PM

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"Huck" in Google Classroom

"Huck"

Read chapters 40-The End of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Wednesday, November 8 12:12 PM

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Prose Essay Revision in Google Classroom

Prose Essay Revision

Submit a revision of your prose passage analysis essay to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, November 30 4:13 PM

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"Huck" in Google Classroom

"Huck"

Read chapters 37-39 of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Wednesday, November 8 12:12 PM

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Individual Poetry Analysis Practice - Try to do BEFORE the poem is presented in Google Classroom

Individual Poetry Analysis Practice - Try to do BEFORE the poem is presented

Choose any 20 of the analysis questions to answer about the Romantic Poems other than the 2 poems that your group has done.  These could include the 4 questions for "To A Waterfowl", even though no group is presenting it.  This does not include the questions for "The Raven" or "Within the Circuit of This Plodding Life" because you already did them.  You do not necessarily have to do all of the questions for any poem - you can pick and choose; your document just needs to have a total of 20 questions addressed.  Try to do this work before the poem is presented.  Do not copy the questions. Be sure to label every poem and question clearly, but do not copy the question.  Practice using citations from the poems for evidence.  Use the line number for the parenthetical citations.  If the question has more than one part, then be sure to answer each part. Analyze the poems as thoroughly as you can; just do the best you can - it is for practice. Submit your document to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, November 30 4:13 PM

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"Huck" in Google Classroom

"Huck"

Read chapters 34-36 of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Wednesday, November 8 12:12 PM

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"Huck" in Google Classroom

"Huck"

Read chapters 31-33 of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Wednesday, November 8 12:12 PM

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"Huck" in Google Classroom

"Huck"

Read chapters 28-30 of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Wednesday, November 8 12:12 PM

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"Huck" in Google Classroom

"Huck"

Read The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn chapters 25-27
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, November 28 12:13 AM

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"Huck" in Google Classroom

"Huck"

Read The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn chapters 22-24
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, November 2 4:13 PM

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"Huck" in Google Classroom

"Huck"

Read The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn chapters 19-21
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, November 2 4:13 PM

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"Huck" in Google Classroom

"Huck"

Read The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn chapters 16-18
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, November 2 4:13 PM

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"Huck" in Google Classroom

"Huck"

Read The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn chapters 13-15
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, November 2 4:13 PM

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"Huck" in Google Classroom

"Huck"

Read The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn chapters 10-12
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, November 2 4:13 PM

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn in Google Classroom

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Read The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn chapters 7-9
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, November 2 4:13 PM

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn in Google Classroom

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Read The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn chapters 5-6
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, November 2 4:13 PM

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn in Google Classroom

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Read The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn chapters 2-4
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, November 2 4:13 PM

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Literary Realism in Google Classroom

Literary Realism

Read the document about Realism and fill out the graphic organizer that you received in class for notes.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, November 2 4:13 PM

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"Within the Circuit of This Plodding Life" in Google Classroom

"Within the Circuit of This Plodding Life"

Submit answers about the six questions about Thoreau's poem "Within the Circuit of This Plodding Life" to turnitin.com.  Do not copy the questions.  We should cover most of this in class together. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, November 2 4:13 PM

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"Within the Circuit of this Plodding Life" in Google Classroom

"Within the Circuit of this Plodding Life"

Read the poem "Within the Circuit of this Plodding Life" by Henry David Thoreau. It is on the packet that you received in class.  Utilize the list of vocabulary that you received and the steps to poetry analysis if you need.  Be prepared to analyze the poem and answer the questions that are juxtaposed with the poem.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Wednesday, October 18 12:12 PM

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"Within the Circuit of this Plodding Life" in Google Classroom

"Within the Circuit of this Plodding Life"

Read the poem "Within the Circuit of this Plodding Life" by Henry David Thoreau. It is on the packet that you received in class.  Utilize the list of vocabulary that you received and the steps to poetry analysis if you need.  Be prepared to analyze the poem and answer the questions that are juxtaposed with the poem.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Wednesday, October 18 12:13 PM

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Online skill check in Google Classroom

Online skill check

Complete the Interim on Illuminate, which you can locate on rowlandhs.org under Students - Student Login - Illuminate is in the blue box on the right.  Login using your google account.  Your are taking the ELA Grade 10 Fall Interim.  Once you begin you have 50 minutes to finish, and you cannot pause. It should be easy and fast, there are about 20 questions, and you should see your score when you are done.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Monday, October 23 10:33 AM

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"The Raven" Analysis in Google Classroom

"The Raven" Analysis

Submit answers to the seven analysis questions about "The Raven" to turnitin.com.  Do not copy the questions please.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Wednesday, October 18 12:12 PM

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"The Raven" Analysis in Google Classroom

"The Raven" Analysis

Submit answers to the seven analysis questions about "The Raven" to turnitin.com.  Do not copy the questions please.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Wednesday, October 18 12:13 PM

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"The Raven" in Google Classroom

"The Raven"

Read pages 104-107 in the book, which have "The Raven" by Poe.  The other Romantic and Dark Romantic poems that we will cover will be on the packet you receive in class, but you need the book for "The Raven"
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Monday, October 16 4:12 PM

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Rhetorical Analysis Essay Revision in Google Classroom

Rhetorical Analysis Essay Revision

Submit a revision of your rhetorical analysis essay to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Monday, October 16 4:12 PM

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"The Fall of the House of Usher" slides in Google Classroom

"The Fall of the House of Usher" slides

You will make google slides and a poster; make both the slides and posters decorative and aesthetic. On the poster put your groups' assigned topic as a title (It is either Roderick, The Narrator, Madeline, Symbolism or Ambiguity), illustrate your character(s) and/or literary device, the setting or any images from the story, perhaps some language from the story, and a few concise insights.  Minimal language, BIG FONT SIZE.  Use up all of the poster - try not to leave any dead space.  I would like to decorate the room with them, so make them look as good as possible.  For the google slides, use an effective slide style, and find some online pictures (video clips if applicable) to accentuate your presentation. Put everyone's name on the first slide and your group's topic. Analyze your topic in depth, use literary terminology, and come up with an overall theme/meaning about your topic. Do NOT put every single word that you are going to say on your slides. The words on your slides can be concise, brief, LARGE FONT, and to the point. When you present, you will elaborate on the words on your slides; you can use flash cards, your phone, or a tablet, but also try to know and memorize what you will say.  Also, choose 3-5 relevant passages from the story that support and connect to your analysis (discuss and analyze them, not just read them, during your presentation). You can attach audio to your slides (such as with screencastify) if you want and know how to do so, but that is not a requirement.  One thing you will do is post these slides to the stream of the Google Classroom so that your classmates have access to them for review and study purposes.  Delegate different responsibilities to members of the group (illustrators, speakers, writers/editors, slide designers, etc.), but be sure to come together to make sure it is all synchronized.  Everyone should speak about something (the poster or a passage or about a slide, etc.) during the presentation. Share your slides with me, and again, put them on the google classroom stream, so that I can put them on the screen for you to present to everyone else. Also, on a separate google document put all of your groups' thoughts and analysis - copy and paste them to one google document (including your elaboration, but not your passages), and submit this document to turnitin.com so that I know your analysis is original. Only one of you in the group needs to submit this, and it should have everyone's words. All together, your presentation, including followup questions and answers, may take about 20-30 minutes.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, October 13 8:13 PM

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"The Fall of the House of Usher"  in Google Classroom

"The Fall of the House of Usher"

Finish the story "The Fall of the House of Usher"
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, October 13 8:13 PM

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Videos to watch in Google Classroom

Videos to watch

Please go onto the attached link and watch any video that you like. 

The username is rowland
The password is raiders

All lowercase

If it is blocked on your chromebook, then please do this on your phone or from a device at home.  


You can look up any topic you like, such as a video about a famous person such as Albert Einstein or Muhammad Ali, or a video about a particular topic like Marine Biology or World War 2.  If you want to look at more of the Civil War video that I showed you, then you would search for Ken Burns Civil War, or if you want to see the video about Romanticism (juniors will watch this later in the year, sophomores have already watched it) you would search Romanticism: Imagining Freedom.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, October 13 8:13 PM

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"The Fall of the House of Usher" by Edgar Allan Poe in Google Classroom

"The Fall of the House of Usher" by Edgar Allan Poe

Read the first half of Edgar Allan Poe's "The Fall of the House of Usher" pages 12-21 in Volume 1 of the textbook, as well as a biography about Edgar Allan Poe
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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"The Gettysburg Address" practice thesis and topic sentences in Google Classroom

"The Gettysburg Address" practice thesis and topic sentences

Write a practice thesis statement and 2-3 topic sentences about "The Gettysburg Address". Submit this to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, October 13 8:13 PM

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Honors Survey in Google Classroom

Honors Survey

Please fill out this survey about honors. This is for the front office.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, October 13 8:13 PM

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Poetry Essay Revision in Google Classroom

Poetry Essay Revision

Submit a typed revision of your first essay to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, October 13 8:13 PM

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The Gettysburg Address in Google Classroom

The Gettysburg Address

Read the speech "The Gettysburg Address" and the accompanying contextual information/commentary about The Civil War. Be prepared to analyze and do some practice writing about it.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Wednesday, September 20 12:12 AM

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Romanticism Slides in Google Classroom

Romanticism Slides

Read through the slides about Romanticism. Some of the information is repetitive from the video and document, some parts are new that you need to know.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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"Resistance to Civil Government" Practice Writing in Google Classroom

"Resistance to Civil Government" Practice Writing

Type up a practice introductory paragraph and one body paragraph about Thoreau's essay. You are typing two paragraphs total.  Practice timing yourself - see what you can come up with in 30 minutes. There is no specific prompt - you can take any approach to it that you prefer.  You might analyze what argument or arguments of Thoreau's are most convincing, what is a theme of the essay and how does Thoreau develop that theme throughout the essay, or what relevance the speech has to today's social and political climate.  Or you might find a prompt about it online. Either way, be sure to base it all around analysis of literary topics (diction, paradox, metaphor, etc.). The first paragraph should include your thesis. The second paragraph, your body paragraph, should focus on one literary topic, provide examples of it, and analyze what meaning it creates in relation to your thesis. 

When you cite passages refer to the paragraph number. Be sure to include an introduction, two-three topics, a thesis, a topic sentence, evidence, commentary, and finish with a transition.  You may want to also consider using counter arguments.  

Submit this to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, October 13 8:13 PM

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Rhetorical Analysis Suggestions in Google Classroom

Rhetorical Analysis Suggestions

Read the attached documents about confronting a rhetorical analysis prompt, or any prompt.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Wednesday, September 20 12:12 AM

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"Resistance to Civil Government" By Henry David Thoreau in Google Classroom

"Resistance to Civil Government" By Henry David Thoreau

Read the biography about transcendentalist Henry David Thoreau and his essay "Resistance to Civil Government".
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, October 13 8:13 PM

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American Romanticism in Google Classroom

American Romanticism

Read the document about the context of American Romanticism (you will receive a hardcopy in class) and fill out the 2-sided graphic organizer (which you will receive in class) with notes as you read.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, October 13 8:13 PM

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Romanticism Video in Google Classroom

Romanticism Video

The sub is supposed to show this video to you in class on Tuesday on the projector.  Attached here is the link for the video that you should watch for Tuesday.  The username is rowland and the password is raiders and both are all lowercase letters. Search for the video Romanticism: Imagining Freedom.  Do not watch the short clips but rather   Watch the 50-minute video and take a page of Cornel Notes about Romanticism. Be sure that the notes include questions and a summary.  

https://cvod.infobase.com/p_Login.aspx?loggedOut=1&rUrl=%2fnd_Home.aspx
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Patrick Henry Practice Writing in Google Classroom

Patrick Henry Practice Writing

Type up a practice introductory paragraph and one body paragraph about the speech. You are typing two paragraphs total.  Practice timing yourself - see what you can come up with in 30 minutes. There is no specific prompt - you can take any approach to the speech that you prefer.  If you need a prompt, then use one of these:
1. Analyze Henry's usage of language and argue whether or not the speech is adequately persuasive. 
2. How is Henry's use of language and rhetorical strategies emblematic of an 18th century mindset and consider whether the speech is still relevant today or not. 


When you cite passages refer to the paragraph number (there are only 6). Be sure to include an introduction, two-three topics, a thesis, a topic sentence, evidence, commentary, and finish with a transition. 


Submit this to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Patrick Henry Slides in Google Classroom

Patrick Henry Slides

Because I am absent please go through these slides with audio attached to learn more about the speech by Patrick Henry
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Patrick Henry Speech in Google Classroom

Patrick Henry Speech

Read the speech by Patrick Henry. You received this in class. There is no writing assignment, yet.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Declaration of Independence Analysis in Google Classroom

Declaration of Independence Analysis

Choose any 5 of the 12 questions on the backside of the handout. Answer these five questions fully and completely, do NOT copy the questions, and submit your writing to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, October 13 8:13 PM

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Declaration of Independence Reading in Google Classroom

Declaration of Independence Reading

Read the biography about Thomas Jefferson and The Declaration of Independence - you should have received them in class, or get them from the google classroom. There are analysis questions on the last page but none are assigned, yet. Just read. Attached here is video presentation/reading of The Declaration by various celebrities, since scholars believe that the Declaration is meant to be performed aloud and not just read.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, October 13 8:13 PM

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Native American Poetry Analysis in Google Classroom

Native American Poetry Analysis

Answer the four questions about the Native American poetry on the packet you received in class.  Do NOT copy the questions. Utilize quotes/citations in your analysis. Submit your document to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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"To My Dear and Loving Husband" Analysis in Google Classroom

"To My Dear and Loving Husband" Analysis

Type answers to the 4 questions about the Anne Bradstreet poem "To My Dear and Loving Husband". You received this poem and information in class.  Submit your document to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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The Puritans and John Smith in Google Classroom

The Puritans and John Smith

Read the attached slides about The Puritans and the document about John Smith and Jamestown.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Class Information For You to Read in Google Classroom

Class Information For You to Read

Read the attached slides and documents (you received hard copies of the documents in class too). Come to class with any questions or comments.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, October 13 8:13 PM

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Encounters and Foundations in Google Classroom

Encounters and Foundations

Read the document received in class entitled "Encounters and Foundations" and use the graphic organizer to record notes.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Syllabus in Google Classroom

Syllabus

Read and sign the class syllabus, and have your parent/guardian sign it as well as the movie permission letter. Return them to class. You received them in class. Please note that on the attached document yours is the syllabus for English 11 only.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Terminology and first turnitin.com assignment  in Google Classroom

Terminology and first turnitin.com assignment

Read through the slides about terminology and the examples. Complete the assignment on the second to last slide and the last slide, combined, on one document (10 devices all together).  Make an account on www.turnitin.com.  Submit your writing/document to turnitin.com.  Here is the turnitin.com information:
www.turnitin.com      Make an account. 

Class ID # is 39710732
Class Enrollment Key is Twain
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM