English 11 American Literature 2023-Period 1 Assignments

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"Gatsby" chapter 3 color coding passage analysis in Google Classroom

"Gatsby" chapter 3 color coding passage analysis

Complete the chapter 3 color coding analysis questions. Do this by hand.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, February 15 3:12 PM

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"Gatsby" chapter 3 in Google Classroom

"Gatsby" chapter 3

Read The Great Gatsby chapter 3
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, February 15 3:12 PM

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Gatsby chapter 2 in Google Classroom

Gatsby chapter 2

Read The Great Gatsby chapter 2
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, February 13 9:13 AM

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Gatsby chapter 2 in Google Classroom

Gatsby chapter 2

Read The Great Gatsby chapter 2
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, February 15 12:12 PM

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Gatsby chapter 1 in Google Classroom

Gatsby chapter 1

Reread chapter 1 of "Gatsby" - what we read in class.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, February 13 9:13 AM

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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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Gatsby chapter 1 in Google Classroom

Gatsby chapter 1

Reread chapter 1 of "Gatsby" - what we read in class. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Monday, February 5 9:12 AM

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Gatsby chapter 1 in Google Classroom

Gatsby chapter 1

Reread chapter 1 of "Gatsby" - what we read in class. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Monday, February 5 9:12 AM

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Gatsby chapter 1 in Google Classroom

Gatsby chapter 1

Reread chapter 1 of "Gatsby" - what we read in class. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Monday, February 5 9:12 AM

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Gatsby color coding chapter 1 in Google Classroom

Gatsby color coding chapter 1

Finish the color coding analysis of the passage from chapter 1 of The Great Gatsby. You received this in class. You are only doing the passage from chapter 1.  Be sure to answer the questions with a couple of complete paragraphs of analysis.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Monday, February 5 12:12 PM

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Gatsby color coding chapter 1 in Google Classroom

Gatsby color coding chapter 1

Finish the color coding analysis of the passage from chapter 1 of The Great Gatsby. You received this in class. You are only doing the passage from chapter 1.  Be sure to answer the questions with a couple of complete paragraphs of analysis. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Monday, February 5 9:12 AM

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Gatsby color coding chapter 1 in Google Classroom

Gatsby color coding chapter 1

Finish the color coding analysis of the passage from chapter 1 of The Great Gatsby. You received this in class. You are only doing the passage from chapter 1.  Be sure to answer the questions with a couple of complete paragraphs of analysis. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Monday, February 5 9:12 AM

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Gatsby color coding chapter 1 in Google Classroom

Gatsby color coding chapter 1

Finish the color coding analysis of the passage from chapter 1 of The Great Gatsby. You received this in class. You are only doing the passage from chapter 1.  Be sure to answer the questions with a couple of complete paragraphs of analysis. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Monday, February 5 9:12 AM

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Modernism in Google Classroom

Modernism

Read the handout that you received in class, which is attached here, about Modern Literature and the Modern Age. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, January 26 9:13 AM

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Modernism in Google Classroom

Modernism

Read the handout that you received in class, which is attached here, about Modern Literature and the Modern Age. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, January 26 9:13 AM

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Modernism in Google Classroom

Modernism

Read the handout that you received in class, which is attached here, about Modern Literature and the Modern Age. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, January 26 9:13 AM

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Modernism in Google Classroom

Modernism

Read the handout that you received in class, which is attached here, about Modern Literature and the Modern Age. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, January 26 9:13 AM

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Unit 2 The Individual and Society: The Role of Individualism in Google Classroom

Unit 2 The Individual and Society: The Role of Individualism

Read through the other sample texts of Unit 2 pages 170-222.  
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Monday, January 22 9:12 AM

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Unit 2 The Individual and Society: The Role of Individualism in Google Classroom

Unit 2 The Individual and Society: The Role of Individualism

Read through the other sample texts of Unit 2 pages 170-222.  
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Monday, January 22 9:12 AM

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Unit 2 The Individual and Society: The Role of Individualism in Google Classroom

Unit 2 The Individual and Society: The Role of Individualism

Read through the other sample texts of Unit 2 pages 170-222.  
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Monday, January 22 9:12 AM

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Analysis writing of Civil Disobedience in Google Classroom

Analysis writing of Civil Disobedience

Type up a practice introductory paragraph and one body paragraph about Thoreau's essay. You are typing two paragraphs total, not an entire essay.  And it is for practice, not an actual essay, but put your best foot forward. This is literary analysis.  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 beginning with a topic sentence, provide examples of it, and analyze what meaning it creates in relation to your thesis. 

When you cite passages refer to the page number. 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: Friday, January 19 3:12 PM

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Analysis writing of Civil Disobedience in Google Classroom

Analysis writing of Civil Disobedience

Type up a practice introductory paragraph and one body paragraph about Thoreau's essay. You are typing two paragraphs total, not an entire essay.  And it is for practice, not an actual essay, but put your best foot forward. This is literary analysis.  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 beginning with a topic sentence, provide examples of it, and analyze what meaning it creates in relation to your thesis. 

When you cite passages refer to the page number. 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: Wednesday, January 17 9:12 AM

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Henry David Thoreau and Resistance to Civil Government in Google Classroom

Henry David Thoreau and Resistance to Civil Government

Read the attached documents (you received hard copies in class). Be prepared to discuss and analyze the content of Thoreau's essay.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, January 16 3:12 PM

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Henry David Thoreau and Resistance to Civil Government in Google Classroom

Henry David Thoreau and Resistance to Civil Government

Read the attached documents (you received hard copies in class). Be prepared to discuss and analyze the content of Thoreau's essay.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, January 16 3:12 PM

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Henry David Thoreau and Resistance to Civil Government in Google Classroom

Henry David Thoreau and Resistance to Civil Government

Read the attached documents (you received hard copies in class). Be prepared to discuss and analyze the content of Thoreau's essay.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, January 16 3:12 PM

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Final Essay on Whitman Poem in Google Classroom

Final Essay on Whitman Poem

Prepare for your final essay, which will be an analysis of a poem by Walt Whitman. You will write the essay in class the day of the final.  You will not see this poem until the day of the final.  The rubric is the same as your previous essays.  Review the poems that we covered, the background and context of Romanticism, and look at other poems by him that you can find online.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, December 8 12:13 AM

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Final Essay on Whitman Poem in Google Classroom

Final Essay on Whitman Poem

Prepare for your final essay, which will be an analysis of a poem by Walt Whitman. You will write the essay in class the day of the final.  You will not see this poem until the day of the final.  The rubric is the same as your previous essays.  Review the poems that we covered, the background and context of Romanticism, and look at other poems by him that you can find online.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, December 8 12:13 AM

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Final Essay on Whitman Poem in Google Classroom

Final Essay on Whitman Poem

Prepare for your final essay, which will be an analysis of a poem by Walt Whitman. You will write the essay in class the day of the final.  You will not see this poem until the day of the final.  The rubric is the same as your previous essays.  Review the poems that we covered, the background and context of Romanticism, and look at other poems by him that you can find online.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, December 8 12:13 AM

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The Crucible Essay Revision in Google Classroom

The Crucible Essay Revision

Type a revised, edited version of your essay about The Crucible. Submit your revision to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, December 8 12:13 AM

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The Crucible Essay Revision in Google Classroom

The Crucible Essay Revision

Type a revised, edited version of your essay about The Crucible. Submit your revision to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, December 8 12:13 AM

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The Crucible Essay Revision in Google Classroom

The Crucible Essay Revision

Type a revised, edited version of your essay about The Crucible. Submit your revision to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, December 8 12:13 AM

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Whitman Poetry in Google Classroom

Whitman Poetry

Answer the Analyze the Text questions 1-6 on page 164, The Craft and Structure questions 1-3 on page 165, and the Conventions and Style questions 1-3 on page 167. Do not type the questions. Submit your responses to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, December 8 12:13 AM

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Whitman Poetry in Google Classroom

Whitman Poetry

Answer the Analyze the Text questions 1-6 on page 164, The Craft and Structure questions 1-3 on page 165, and the Conventions and Style questions 1-3 on page 167. Do not type the questions. Submit your responses to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, December 8 12:13 AM

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Whitman Poetry in Google Classroom

Whitman Poetry

Answer the Analyze the Text questions 1-6 on page 164, The Craft and Structure questions 1-3 on page 165, and the Conventions and Style questions 1-3 on page 167. Do not type the questions. Submit your responses to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, December 8 12:13 AM

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American Romanticism in Google Classroom

American Romanticism

Complete the graphic organizer that you received in class about the reading that covers American Romanticism
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, December 8 12:13 AM

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American Romanticism in Google Classroom

American Romanticism

Complete the graphic organizer that you received in class about the reading that covers American Romanticism
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, December 8 12:13 AM

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American Romanticism in Google Classroom

American Romanticism

Complete the graphic organizer that you received in class about the reading that covers American Romanticism
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Friday, December 8 12:13 AM

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American Individualism, Romanticism and Walt Whitman in Google Classroom

American Individualism, Romanticism and Walt Whitman

Read and reread pages 148-153 and 154-162.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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Farewell to Manzanar in Google Classroom

Farewell to Manzanar

Type answers to the Analyze the Text questions 1-3 on page 713, The Analyze Craft and Structure Questions 1-3 on page 714 and the Author's Style Read It Segment numbers 1-2 on page 715. Do not copy the questions. We will read and go over a lot of this in class together. Submit your work to turnitin.com. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, November 28 11:33 AM

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Farewell to Manzanar in Google Classroom

Farewell to Manzanar

Type answers to the Analyze the Text questions 1-3 on page 713, The Analyze Craft and Structure Questions 1-3 on page 714 and the Author's Style Read It Segment numbers 1-2 on page 715. Do not copy the questions. We will read and go over a lot of this in class together. Submit your work to turnitin.com. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, November 28 11:33 AM

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Farewell to Manzanar in Google Classroom

Farewell to Manzanar

Finish reading and reread pages 705-712
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, November 28 11:33 AM

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Farewell to Manzanar in Google Classroom

Farewell to Manzanar

Finish reading and reread pages 705-712
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, November 28 11:33 AM

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Modern Day Witch Hunt in Google Classroom

Modern Day Witch Hunt

By the end of the period submit a couple of paragraphs describing and analyzing a modern day "witch hunt". This could be an example of "cancel culture". Give some context of the situation: Who is being persecuted? By whom? For what reason? What possible punishment may the accused face? Then, give your opinion and analysis of the situation. Do you believe it is a valid persecution or not? Is it a modern day witch hunt or not? You must have an original opinion and analysis of the situation.  You may make use of some online research, but give credit to your sources by citing the name of the website and writer, if their name is available. Submit your paragraphs to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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The Crucible Film Comparison in Google Classroom

The Crucible Film Comparison

Write a couple of paragraphs about the film version of the play. You may consider the following questions: What did you think about the film? How was seeing it in film different than you imagine seeing it on stage? How was the acting, lighting, costuming, music, etc.? What differences between it and the play did you notice? How did it add to your understanding of the play? Turn this in Friday before leaving for Thanksgiving Break.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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The Crucible Essay in Google Classroom

The Crucible Essay

Be prepared for your essay about The Crucible.  Reread the play and review the document about Tragedy as you finish preparing. Other details about the essay have been provided in class.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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The Crucible Act 4 in Google Classroom

The Crucible Act 4

Read Act 4 of The Crucible and prepare for the essay on the play.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Monday, November 6 8:12 AM

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The Crucible Act 3 quiz in Google Classroom

The Crucible Act 3 quiz

Be prepared for a quiz on Act 3 of The Crucible.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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The Crucible Act 3 Group Analysis in Google Classroom

The Crucible Act 3 Group Analysis

As a group answer the 4 analyze the text questions on page 657, the 4 analyze craft and structure questions on page 658, and all of the author's style analysis on page 659.  Put your groups' responses on to one document, with everyone's name, and submit this to turnitin.com.  Do not copy any of the questions.  In addition, you individually answer the close read questions in the margins of Act 4 by hand, in your book, with pen or pencil.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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The Crucible Act 3 in Google Classroom

The Crucible Act 3

Have Act 3 of The Crucible read.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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The Crucible Act 2 in Google Classroom

The Crucible Act 2

Individually answer all of the close read questions, and help each other with these as a group.  In your group document, answer all 4 analyze the text questions, the 4 craft/structure questions, and any predictions of what may happen in acts 3 and 4 or any general thoughts or observations about act 2.  Only submit one document for the group to turnitin.com. 

Do not copy the questions; just type the answers

But label everything

Practice using quotes and textbook evidence; cite passages with line numbers
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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The Crucible Act 2 in Google Classroom

The Crucible Act 2

Read The Crucible Act 2
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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The Crucible Quiz Act 1 in Google Classroom

The Crucible Quiz Act 1

Review all of Act 1, the 4 vocabulary words, the analyze the text and analyze craft and structure questions, and the pronoun information in order to prepare for the quiz on Act 1
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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The Crucible Act 1 in Google Classroom

The Crucible Act 1

Read and reread The Crucible Act 1
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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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: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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Puritans, Puritanism and the context of The Crucible in Google Classroom

Puritans, Puritanism and the context of The Crucible

Read the slides posted here about The Puritans. Also read pages 554-557 in the book. Be prepared for a quiz on this reading. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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Puritans, Puritanism and the context of The Crucible in Google Classroom

Puritans, Puritanism and the context of The Crucible

Read the slides posted here about The Puritans. Also read pages 554-557 in the book.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Honors Survey in Google Classroom

Honors Survey

Please fill out this survey regarding honors classes. This is for the front office. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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First Essay Revision in Google Classroom

First Essay Revision

Type a revision of your first essay and submit it to turnitin.com
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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The Gettysburg Address in Google Classroom

The Gettysburg Address

Read "The Gettysburg Address", a speech by Abraham Lincoln, and the historical context/commentary as well.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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Group Work on Equiano's Autobiography in Google Classroom

Group Work on Equiano's Autobiography

Page 98 Analyze the Text #1-3 and page 99 Analyze Craft and Structure Practice Section - submit one document as a group with everyone's name
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Group Work on Equiano's Autobiography in Google Classroom

Group Work on Equiano's Autobiography

Page 98 Analyze the Text #1-3 and page 99 Analyze Craft and Structure Practice Section - submit one document as a group with everyone's name
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Equiano's Autobiography in Google Classroom

Equiano's Autobiography

Read pages 92-99
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Monday, September 25 4:12 PM

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Group Work on America's Constitution: A Biography in Google Classroom

Group Work on America's Constitution: A Biography

On a group document type answers to page 79 the analyze the text questions 1-3, the analyze craft and structure practice section on page 80, and the Read It section for Author's Style on page 81.  Do not copy the questions. Submit one document for the group to turnitin.com by the end of class Tuesday. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Group Work on America's Constitution: A Biography in Google Classroom

Group Work on America's Constitution: A Biography

On a group document type answers to page 79 the analyze the text questions 1-3, the analyze craft and structure practice section on page 80, and the Read It section for Author's Style on page 81.  Do not copy the questions. Submit one document for the group to turnitin.com by the end of class Tuesday. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Review in Google Classroom

Review

Review the texts that we have read so far and the handouts that you have received in class about writing
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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Benjamin Franklin's Speech in the Convention in Google Classroom

Benjamin Franklin's Speech in the Convention

Read pages 40-47. There is no writing assignment.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Benjamin Franklin's Speech in the Convention in Google Classroom

Benjamin Franklin's Speech in the Convention

Read pages 40-47. There is no writing assignment.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Preambles and Bill of Rights Quiz in Google Classroom

Preambles and Bill of Rights Quiz

Be prepared for the quiz on the 2 Preambles and The Bill of Rights. Details were given in class. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Preambles and Bill of Rights Quiz in Google Classroom

Preambles and Bill of Rights Quiz

Be prepared for the quiz on the 2 Preambles and The Bill of Rights. Details were given in class. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Preamble and Bill of Rights Analysis in Google Classroom

Preamble and Bill of Rights Analysis

Answer the Analyze the Text questions 1-5 on page 34, questions 1-4 on page 35 and questions 1-2 in the Read It section of page 37. Do not copy the questions. Submit your work to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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The Preambles and the Bill of Rights in Google Classroom

The Preambles and the Bill of Rights

Read pages 30-35. Yes, read and think about the questions that follow the text, but there is no writing assigned, yet. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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The Preambles and the Bill of Rights in Google Classroom

The Preambles and the Bill of Rights

Read pages 30-35. Yes, read and think about the questions that follow the text, but there is no writing assigned, yet. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Quiz on The Declaration of Independence in Google Classroom

Quiz on The Declaration of Independence

Prepare for your quiz on The Declaration of Independence. Details about this were provided in class. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Quiz on The Declaration of Independence in Google Classroom

Quiz on The Declaration of Independence

Prepare for your quiz on The Declaration of Independence. Details about this were provided in class. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Declaration of Independence Analysis Questions 6-10 in Google Classroom

Declaration of Independence Analysis Questions 6-10

Type answers to the analysis questions 6-10. Do NOT copy the questions. Use complete sentences and practice citing words/passages from the text to support your answers. Submit your answers to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Declaration of Independence Analysis Questions 6-10 in Google Classroom

Declaration of Independence Analysis Questions 6-10

Type answers to the analysis questions 6-10. Do NOT copy the questions. Use complete sentences and practice citing words/passages from the text to support your answers. Submit your answers to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Declaration of Independence Analysis Questions 2-5 in Google Classroom

Declaration of Independence Analysis Questions 2-5

Type answers to the analysis questions 2-5. Do NOT copy the questions. Use complete sentences and practice citing words/passages from the text to support your answers. Submit your answers to turnitin.com. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Declaration of Independence Analysis Questions 2-5 in Google Classroom

Declaration of Independence Analysis Questions 2-5

Type answers to the analysis questions 2-5. Do NOT copy the questions. Use complete sentences and practice citing words/passages from the text to support your answers. Submit your answers to turnitin.com. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Declaration of Independence Free Write in Google Classroom

Declaration of Independence Free Write

Type a free write of at least 500 words in reaction to your first read/listening of The Declaration of Independence pages 18-22. Submit your free write to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Declaration of Independence Free Write in Google Classroom

Declaration of Independence Free Write

Type a free write of at least 500 words in reaction to your first read/listening of The Declaration of Independence pages 18-22. Submit your free write to turnitin.com.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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The Declaration of Independence in Google Classroom

The Declaration of Independence

Read and reread The Declaration of Independence pages 16-24. Work with the vocabulary that is in it, consider the context of The Enlightenment and Thomas Jefferson, and think about the questions that come after it, and the questions that are on the document posted here.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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The Declaration of Independence in Google Classroom

The Declaration of Independence

Read and reread The Declaration of Independence pages 16-24. Work with the vocabulary that is in it, consider the context of The Enlightenment and Thomas Jefferson, and think about the questions that come after it, and the questions that are on the document posted here.
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Summary of Cornell Notes on The Enlightenment in Google Classroom

Summary of Cornell Notes on The Enlightenment

Write a 1-2 sentence summary of your Cornell Notes about the video covering The Enlightenment.  Write this by hand on the bottom of the document. The video is posted here if you need to rewatch it. 
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Thursday, January 4 11:12 AM

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Terminology in Google Classroom

Terminology

Read through the slides about terminology and the examples. Complete the assignment on the second to last slide.  Submit your writing/document about the 5 terms to www.turnitin.com.  Here is the information for turnitin.com:

Class ID Number is 39710703
Class Enrollment Key is Jefferson
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Terminology in Google Classroom

Terminology

Read through the slides about terminology and the examples. Complete the assignment on the second to last slide.  Submit your writing/document about the 5 terms to www.turnitin.com.  Here is the information for turnitin.com:

Class ID Number is 39710703
Class Enrollment Key is Jefferson
Created by Jonathan Hiett: Tuesday, October 3 10:38 AM

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Introduction to Unit 1 in Google Classroom

Introduction to Unit 1

Read pages 10-15. Bring your textbook, Volume 1, to class every day from now on.
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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Introduction to Unit 1 in Google Classroom

Introduction to Unit 1

Read pages 10-15. Bring your textbook, Volume 1, to class every day from now on.
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