IB Homework till the end of the year

8 Jun

Tues(B)/Wed(A), 9/10

  • Due: IOCs (schedule is here)
  • Due: last blog post/comments (6/10 11:59pm for all students). Remember to submit via the survey) (THIS IS OPTIONAL)
  • In class: work on WT1

Thurs(B)/Fri(A), June 11/12

Mon(B)/Tues(A), June 15/16

  • Due: IOCs (schedule is here)
  • In class: work on WT1- due Tuesday night so it’s out of the way before exams.

Wed, Thurs, Fri, June 17, 18, 19

  • Final exams – woo hoo! The IOC counts as your final, so you will not have a separate time scheduled for a traditional English exam.

Froshie homework for June!

29 May

Mon(B), Tues(A), June 1/2

  • Due: Finish note taking for all sources (2-3 articles from the list, plus support from Romeo and Juliet)
  • In Class: We will be reviewing the criteria for your thesis and outline, and you will work on that in class

Wed(B)/Thurs(A), June 3/4

  • Due: Completed thesis and outline
  • In Class: Work on rough draft of the paper

Fri(B)/Mon(A), June 5/8

  • Due: TBD
  • In Class: Work on rough draft (should finish in class; if not, it’s for homework)

Tues(B)/Wed(A), June 9/10

  • Due: Nothing (rough draft deadline extended due to my absences)
  • In Class: TBD

Thurs(B)/Fri(A), June 11/12

  • Due: Rough draft due
  • In Class: Final exam review

Mon(B)/Tues(A), June 15/16

  • Due: TBD
  • In Class: R&J paper revisions

Wed, Thurs, Fri, June 17, 18, 19

  • Final exams – woo hoo! Review sheet is here.

IB homework/class time for the rest of the year

19 May

As I have been telling you will happen since the beginning of the year, the last month of class for IB Lang & Lit is busy. I thought it could be helpful for you to see the rest of the year laid out, so here you go! The schedule is subject to change (but fingers crossed that it won’t have to!).

Tues(B)/Wed(A), May 19/20

  • Due: Vocab 14 quiz
  • In class: Bishop bio, Shmoop guide “How to Read a Poem”, STOP BAD FIT handout, “Questions of Travel”

Thurs(B)/Fri(A), May 21/22

  • Due: If your WT2 outline is not complete, you must do that. If I have given you the go-ahead on your outline, you have nothing officially due, but you should spend 30 minutes working on your written task.
  • In class: two Bishop poems

Tues(B)/Wed(A), May 26/27

  • Due: Written task 2 (upload to turnitin by 11:59pm) (WT2 bible is here)
  • Due: Vocab 15 quiz
  • In class: two Bishop poems

Thurs(B)/Fri(A), May 28/29

  • Due: Nothing officially due- spend some time reviewing for IOC (read through notes, summaries, etc. of Slaughterhouse-Five or Hamlet 
  • In class: two Bishop poems/review WT1 bible

Mon(B), Tues(A), June 1/2

  • Due: Nothing formally due, but be mentally prepared to do a practice commentary (it will be recorded and submitted to me for feedback). There will be 2 scores that go into PowerSchool: one will be a completion grade to give you credit for doing your best and putting effort into the activity. The other will be a mock IOC score, using the IB rubric, so you have an idea of where you are. The mock IOC score will be entered in PowerSchool for your and your parents’ information, but not calculated in your marking period average.
  • In class: mock IOC (CAD lab)

Wed(B)/Mon(A), June 3/8 *NOTICE THE WEIRD DATES. This is because you will not have English on June 4 (IA day) or 5 (canoe trip)*

  • Due: Nothing formally due; review for IOC
  • In class: Written Task 1 proposals (due at end of period)

Tues(B)/Wed(A), 9/10

  • Due: IOCs (schedule is here)
  • Due: last blog post/comments (6/10 11:59pm for all students). Remember to submit via the survey)
  • In class: work on WT1

Thurs(B)/Fri(A), June 11/12

Mon(B)/Tues(A), June 15/16

Wed, Thurs, Fri, June 17, 18, 19

  • Final exams – woo hoo! The IOC counts as your final, so you will not have a separate time scheduled for a traditional English exam.

Froshie homework week of 5/11/15

11 May

First, all the dates this week are palindromes! yay! 5/11/15, 5/12/15, 5/13/15, 5/14/15, 5/15/15 etc. Yay for fun numbers!

Ok, now your homework :)

Due Wed(B)/Thurs(A), May 13/14

  • vocab 14 homework
  • Curriculet #9

Due Fri(B)/Mon(A), May 15/18

  • vocab 14 quiz
  • Curriculet #10

Due Tues(B)/Wed(A), May 19/20

  • vocab 15 HW
  • Curriculet #11 – the end of the play! Woo hoo!

Due Thurs(B)/Fri(A), May 21/22

  • vocab 15 quiz

Frosh homework starting 4/29/15

29 Apr

Due Wed, April 29 (all sections)

  • blog post and comments (submit work via the survey)

Due Fri(B)/Mon(A), May 1/4

  • Curriculet homework #6 (10-pt minor assessment completion grade; email in advance if you have tech issues)
  • lazy sonnet for Act 3, Scene 1 (bring hard copy to class- no upload needed). There is a format template in the assignment sheet doc.

Due Tues(B)/Wed(A), May 5/6

Due Thurs(B)/Fri(A), May 7/8

  • Vocab 13 quiz

Frosh homework starting 4/15/15

15 Apr

Due Wed(B)/Thurs(A), April 15/16

  • Read Act 1, Scene 5 of Romeo and Juliet

Due Fri(B)/Mon(A), April 17/20

  • Complete Homework #4 in Curriculet (Act 2, Scenes 1 and 2)

Due Tues(B)/Wed(A), April 21/22

  • Complete Homework #5 in Curriculet (Act 2, Scenes 3 & 4)

IB Homework Week of 4/13/15

13 Apr

Welcome back! I hope everyone had a nice, refreshing break! Can you believe we only have two months of school left? I suppose we ought to get crackin’!

Due Wed(B)/Thurs(A), April 15/16

  • Blog post and comments due Wed 11:59pm for everyone (last blog post of MP3)
  • Read Hamlet Act 3, Scene 1

Due Fri(B)/Mon(A), April 17/20

  • Work on language study and get excited for PARCC! (PARCC is all morning on Monday, BTW).

Due April 21 through May 1 (also see below for Hamlet reading schedule)

  • Language studies
  • NOTE: Remember that your due dates for each component will depend on when you present.
    • Due before class the day you present: outline (submit via Google Classroom)
    • Due the day you are schedule to present: the actual presentation (duh)
    • Due within 48 hours of your presentation: reflection (submit via turnitin and hard copy)

Due Tues(B)/Wed(A), April 21/22

  • Read Hamlet Act 3, Scene 2

Due Thurs(B)/Fri(A), April 23/24

  • Read Hamlet Act 3, Scene 3

Due Mon(B)/Tues(A), April 27/28

  • Read Hamlet Act 3, Scene 4

Due Wed(B)/Thurs(A), April 29/30

  • Read Hamlet Act 4 (it’s a quick one)

Due Fri(B)/Mon(A), May 1/4

  • Read Hamlet Act 5, Scene 1

Due Tues(B)/Wed(A), May 5/6

  • Finish Hamlet 
  • Vocab 13 quiz
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