• ENGLISH 4 CP Period 5

    Instructor: Murray, E.

    This course demands more mature study skills in English and involves a program of Major British literature. British authors, historical periods, and universal themes are examined. Oral presentations and class discussion are required. Writing, research, and critical analysis skills previously introduced are reinforced and developed.

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  • 1984 audio

    https://youtu.be/auwRj4Yru-E Background Info - 0:18 Part 1 Chapter 1 - 1:29 Chapter 2 - 36:21 Chapter 3 - 52:25 Chapter 4 - 1:08:18 Chapter 5 - 1:27:56 Chapter 6 - 1:56:21 Chapter 7 - 2:07:02 Chapter 8 - 2:30:45 Part 2 Chapter 1 - 3:12:22 Chapter 2 - 3:33:44 Chapter 3 - 3:51:45 Chapter 4 - 4:08:55 Chapter 5 - 4:27:30 Chapter 6 - 4:44:55 Chapter 7 - 4:50:19 Chapter 8 - 5:04:09 Chapter 9 - 5:24:40 The Book - 5:33:50 Chapter 10 - 6:40:54 Part 3 Chapter 1 - 6:53:33 Chapter 2 - 7:19:04 Chapter 3 - 7:59:21 Chapter 4 - 8:25:48 Chapter 5 - 8:41:20 Chapter 6 - 8:49:53 THE END - 9:11:09 Appendix, The Principles of Newspeak -…

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  • 1984 book #'s

    Click on this link to add your name and book # to the google form. BOOK # FORM

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  • Lady Macbeth picture assignment

    Wednesday 2/22/17 View this Google Slide presentation and complete the response in Google Docs and share it with me.   Click here for the presentation.

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  • Senior Research Paper resources

    Please use these to help you complete your outline/proposal by Friday, December 16th. Outline format Research Proposal 

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  • December Calendar with timeline expectations

    December Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday   You are given ample class time to do this however you will need to complete work outside of class to finish this on time. Please feel free to stay after and use computers in the library if you do not have access to technology at home.     If you do not use your time and resources wisely in class, you will fall behind.   8 - Day 2 Periods 5 & 6 Research/Outline (224)   You should have picked and researched your 3 subtopics by now   9 - Day 7 Classes do not meet Please continue research outside of class   You should work on completing the research proposal/outline and introduction   12 - Day 5   Periods 5 & 6 Research/Outline (224)   You should work on completing the research proposal/outline and subtopic one development 13 - Day 3   Periods 5 & 6 Research/Outline (224)   You should work on completing the research proposal/outline and subtopic two development   14 - Day 1   Period 5 Research/Outline (223 comp cart)   You should work on completing the research proposal/outline and subtopic three development 15 - Day 6   Period 5 Research/Outline (223 comp cart)   You should work on completing the research proposal/outline  and subtopic three development   16 - Day 4   Periods 5 & 6 Research/Outline (224)   You should work on completing the research proposal/outline and conclusion     19 - Day 2   Periods 5 & 6 Finalize any work needed to hand in.   20 - Day 7  

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  • Research activity

    To best utilize class time and resource availability, you will turn in this assignment each day we use class time for research. This will help you stay focused and take notes for your research. Click here for assignment document Make a copy and title it your last name and the date

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  • Jekyll and Hyde Book #'s

    Please click here and record your book number for Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

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  • Jekyll and Hyde research

    Click here for the Research assignment information and rubric  

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  • Schedule for upcoming units/month

    October   Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 24 - Day 2   5 Jekyll and Hyde intro research in Library   6 Jekyll and Hyde intro research in W224 25 - Day 7   No class   Work on research slides if necessary. 26 - Day 5   5  Present research findings/watch Zimbardo’s Ted Talk 6 Present research findings/watch Zimbardo’s Ted Talk   27 - Day 3   5 Theme intro/Begin reading J & H Chapter 1 & 2 6 Theme intro/Begin reading J & H Chapter 1 and finish 2 & 3 for HW   28 - Day 1 5 Finish Chapter 2 & 3 Theme stations HW: Read Chp 4 31 - Day 6   6 Review Chapters 1-3 Theme stations   HW: Read Chp 4             November Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday   1 - Day 4   5 Read Chps 5 & 6 Theme stations HW: Read Chps 7 & 8 6 Read Chps 5 & 6 Theme stations HW: Read Chps 7 & 8       November   2 - Day 2   5 Discuss 7 / 8 Read Chp. 9   Theme stations 6 Discuss 7 / 8 Read Chp. 9   Theme stations HW: Finish the book 3 - Day 7   No class 4 - Day 5   5 Discuss themes Socratic Seminar prep 6 Discuss themes Socratic Seminar prep   HW: Prep for Socratic Seminar     7 – Parent Conferences       No School 8 – Election Day    

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  • Who is successful?

    Bring in the name of a person who is successful and be able to explain how they are successful. They should not be famous.

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