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Class Name: English III Honors
Teacher: Wendy Padron
Location: 236
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Due: May 31
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The Things They Carried  by Tim O'Brien

The pages are not aligned with the version in class. If continuing to read from class, note the sentence and then use Ctrl-F to find your place. 

The character worksheet, once completed, will go in your reading questions journal.


Due: May 24
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1960s Music Project​​​​​​​

Song year range: 1956 - 1972

Notes for the individual:

F. - Focus on the music in the era it came from (late 50s - early 70s)
G. Focus on how the song influenced society when it came out through today. 


Due: Apr 28
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NoRedInk

Attached please find the notes for the NRI assignment for this week. I will be providing you with a copy next time I see you.

Requests to reset will be accepted through Saturday at 2 PM. 


Due: Apr 24
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Their Eyes Were Watching God

Quiz: Chapter 13 - 20​​​​​​​


Due: Apr 22
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Dialectical Journal #4

Minimum quotes per chapter:
Ch. 16 - 4
Ch. 17 - 3
Ch. 18 - 5
Ch. 19 - 5
Ch. 20 - 2


Due: Apr 21
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Common Lit

A reading from Common Lit has been assigned. Do not print it. 

The short answer response must have the following: 
In text citation
Paragraph #
Line #
Quote ("First three words...")


Due: Apr 17
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SAT Vocab Quiz XIII

Terms #181-192

PDF with terms available on My Page.


Due: Apr 12
Dialectical Journal #3

Minimum quotes per chapter:
Ch. 11 - 5
Ch. 12 - 3
Ch. 13 - 5
Ch. 14 - 3
Ch. 15 - 2

Due: Apr 11
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SAT Vocabulary Quiz XII

Terms #166 - 180

PDF available on My Page.

Due: Apr 8
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Attached you'll find the PDF for Their Eyes Were Watching God.

For 3/6 and 3/7 have read chapters 2-3. 

Due: Apr 4
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Dialectical Journals #2

Minimum quotes per chapter:
Ch. 6 - 5
Ch. 7 - 3
Ch. 8 - 5
Ch. 9 - 3
Ch. 10 - 3

Due: Mar 1
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The Great Gatsby Test Make Up

This week - any day after school. The test takes an hour and half. Please plan accordingly. If this does not work for you, please see me to schedule a different time. 

Due: Mar 1
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SAT Vocab Quiz X

Term #136 - 150

PDF of terms available on My Page. 

Due: Feb 21
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Gatsby Test
2,4,6 - 2/20//19
5,7 - 2/21/19

- Test will cover the entire novel.
- Update: Section 1: important Quotations/ Section 2: Short Answers of various point values/ Section 3: Essay (focused on themes)
- Gatsby Reading Questions are due on your particular test date. 

Review will be held on:

2,4,6 - 2/13/19
5,7 - 2/14/19
 - Study guides will be given during review session. 
- Update: Additional to what was covered in class: Be aware of:
  • The contrast between Tom and Wilson's reaction to learning of their spouses' infidelity .
  • The books in the library and Gatsby
  • Myrtle's changing dresses 

Due: Feb 14
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SAT Vocab Quiz IX

Terms # 121 - 135

PDF of terms available on My Page. 

Due: Feb 12
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CommonLit

Remember to complete the TP-CASTT alongside of the commonlit assignment.

You can either print the attached copy or use a separate sheet of paper with the required sections. 

Due: Feb 6
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SAT Vocab Quiz VIII

Terms #106 - 120

PDF of terms can be found on My Page 

Due: Feb 4
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Common Lit

Remember to complete the TP-CASTT along side this week's CommonLit assignment. 

Due: Jan 31
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The Great Gatsby Vocab Quiz III

Chapter 5
vestige
exultation
nebulous

Chapter 6
insidious
meretricious
turgid
ingratiate
euphemism
menagerie

Chapter 7
dilatory
boisterous
tumultuous 
portentous
truculent

Chapter 8
stratum
forlorn
amorphous

Chapter 9
elocution
sullen
elude


Due: Jan 17
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Below you will find two ways of reading the book at home. Pages are different than the edition we have in class. 

https://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/f/fitzgerald/f_scott/gatsby/contents.html
Due: 12/21/2018
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If you requested a reset of "Writing - Thesis", make sure to complete it by Friday evening. 

If you need to request a reset and have no previously done so for this assignment, send me an email at wpadron@materlakes.org.



Due: 12/20/2018
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The Great Gatsby Vocab Quiz II

***If you are going to be out on the quiz date, try to come by on Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday to take it earlier. You'll forget by the time school comes back from Winter break.***

PDF of terms available on my page.

Terms:

Chapter 2:
solemn
strident

Chapter 3:
permeate
prodigality
vehement
homogeneity
staid
vacuous
corpulent
inept
asunder
dissension

Chapter 4: 
sporadic
punctilious
incredulity

Due: 12/19/2018
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The Great Gatsby: Figurative Language

Identity 10 examples of figurative language in chapters 1-5. 

Make sure to: quote/cite, specify the type of figurative language, and explain the purpose of the figurative language in its particular context. 

This will be turned in.



Due: 12/18/2018
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Gatsby Vocabulary Quiz II
*Vocabulary PDF available on my page*
Due: 12/15/2018
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I will accept requests to reset NRI through Saturday night. I will reset all valid requests on Sunday morning.



Due: 12/14/2018
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Gatsby Vocabulary Quiz I
*Vocabulary PDF available on my page*

Terms: 

Reserved
Privy
Feign
Levity
Mar
Acute
Supercilious
Pungent
Buoy
Deft
Retort
Contemptuous
Fervent
Vigil
Cynical

Due: 12/4/2018
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Bernice Bobs Her Hair Analysis Questions 

All answers MUST include textual evidence. Textual evidence is to be included as either an embedded quote, a flow quote, or paraphrased. Citations are to be done in MLA (Author Page#).


Due: 11/30/2018
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Grammar Test: Phrases

Test will cover the following phrases:
  • Appositive
  • Prepositional
  • Verbal
    • Participial
    • Gerund
    • Infinitive 


Due: 11/30/2018
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This is the test review done in class. Make sure, as mentioned in class, to review your notes on all the phrases, as well as, the practices on NoRedInk. 



Due: 11/28/2018
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SAT Vocab Quiz VII

#91 - 105

SAT Terms PDF available on my page. 

Due: 11/13/2018
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SAT Vocab Quiz VI

Terms: 76 - 90

192 SAT Words PDF available on my page. 

Due: 11/12/2018
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Common Lit

A reading from Common Lit has been assigned. Do not print it. 

The short answer response must have the following: 
  • In text citation
  • Paragraph #
  • Line #
  • Quote ("First three words...")

Due: 10/30/2018
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Common Lit

Bring in the excerpt from “Bartleby, The Scrivener: A Story of Wall-Street”.

Do not write on it, simply print it (double-sided preferred), so we can work on the text together in class.

Copies will not be provided. It is your responsibility to have it by the above date.  

**Assignment is still due on Common Lit so make sure to complete it.**

Due: 10/15/2018
Online submissions not permitted.
A request was placed but I'm yet to receive confirmation. I'm going to try and borrow a few laptops but no guarantee. Feel free to bring your own, but remember you are soley responsible for your property. 

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Scarlet Letter Group Project

PowerPoint presentation should include an overview of each chapter as well as an analysis. The analysis should focus on syntax, diction, figurative language, imagery, and symbolism. Important quotes should be included and analyzed. Be thorough and concise in your work.

Questions to consider when analyzing: 
How does this chapter led into the next?
How are the characters developing?
How is the plot advancing and to what end?
What is the narrator's intent?

PPTs need to be in my inbox prior to the presentation. Any questions? Stop by at least a day before your presentation.

Make sure that all work is divided equally and noted on the PPT. 


Attached you will find the group assignments. If you have yet to sign up for a set of chapters, make sure to stop by or I will assign you to one by end of day Monday

Prepare to begin presentations no later than 10/15 (B) 10/16 (A). 

Due: 10/11/2018
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SAT Vocab Quiz V

Terms 61 - 75

SAT Vocab PDF is available on my page. 

Due: 10/5/2018
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Grammar Test: Conjunctions

Period 2, 4, 6 - 10/4
Period 5, 7 - 10/5

Test will cover coordinating conjunctions (FANBOYS), subordinate conjunctions (SWABIs), and conjunctive adverbs (THAMOs). 



Due: 10/1/2018
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SAT Vocab Quiz IV

Terms 46 - 60.

192 SAT Vocabulary PDF is available on my page. 

Due: 9/25/2018
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SAT Vocab Quiz III



Terms 31-45. 


192 SAT Words available on my page. 
Due: 9/12/2018
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SAT Vocabulary Quiz II

Terms 16 - 30. PDF is available on my page. 

Due: 9/10/2018
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Common Lit Sign Up Code

**Make sure to sign up for the correct class period.**

Period 2: 7PW3WR

Period 4: 5D5956

Period 5: L9P3PG

Period 6: P65P5R

Period 7: 8BJDJQ

Due: 9/5/2018
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SAT Vocab Quiz I



Terms 1 - 15.


192 SAT Words available on my page. 
Due: 8/26/2018
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Due on Sunday at 11:59 PM:

Sign up for NoRedInk using the code appropriate for your class and take the diagnostic exam. 

Period 2: hilarious taffy 51

Period 4: quick oil 82

Period 5: scarce zoo 52

Period 6: lucky rake 56

Period 7: jolly raccoon 67 

Due: 8/23/2018
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Due on Thursday 8/23:

A signed copy of the last page of your syllabus only. 
Your summer reading packet for Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter.