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    British Literature 1162
     
     
     
    ALL PAPERS MUST BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY AS WELL AS IN PAPER FORM. EMAIL PAPERS AS WORD ATTACHMENTS TO tmoxey@lmtsd.org. BEFORE SUBMITTING, RENAME YOUR FILE TO INCLUDE YOUR LAST NAME AND ONE IMPORTANT WORD FROM THE TITLE.
     
    TO ACCESS THE ELECTRONIC VERSION OF THE BRITISH LITERATURE TEXTBOOK, USE THIS: 
     Link:  Pearson EasyBridge Google SSO
    Username:  full stu.lmtsd.org email address
    Password:  lm5d network password
     
     
    ALL DATES ARE ARE THE DATES THE ASSIGNMENT IS DUE: 
     
     
     
    Second Semester:
     
     
     
    MLA formating (copy into browser:  
     
     
    Wed. 2/13/19--Romantic Test--Review Guide
     
     
    Mon. Review Guide from notes due
    Tues. Victorian Tuiz
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    https://quizizz.com/admin/quiz/5697a59f853795bb1efe6cc8/sadlier-oxford-vocabulary-workshop-level-g-unit-6
     
    Wed. 9/5--Read all handouts distributed on Tues.  
     
    Fri. 9/7--Vocab #1----complete all exercises in book, plus write one original sentence for each word (20 total).
     
    Thurs.  9/13--Read and take notes on "The Seafarer"
     
    Fri. 9/14--Vocab Unit 2--all exercises + 20 Sentences
     
     
    Fri. 9/21--Vocab Unit 3 & 20 Sentences
     
    Mon. 9/24--
    Read and take notes on Beowulf --the first section in the textbook only pp. 39-51. (I)                                       B-5 Period Google Classroom code: 4a7nyfa
                           7th Period Google Classroom code: 1frxsj
     
    Wed. 9/26--Vocab Test 1-3
    Thurs. 9/27--Read and take notes on "The Battle with Grendel's Mother" ---(I)  GMommy and Death--Click this link--Be sure to print out these sections and bring to class even if you are not writing on them.  
                           B-5 Period Google Classroom code: 4a7nyfa
                           7th Period Google Classroom code: 1frxsj
     
     Friday 9/28--Vocab #4 and sentences
     
    Mon. 10/1--Read and notes "The Death of Beowulf"----(I)  GMommy and Death--Same as above--Be sure to print out these sections and bring to class even if you are not writing on them.    
                           B-5 Period Google Classroom code: 4a7nyfa
                           7th Period Google Classroom code: 1frxsj
    Fri. 10/5--Vocab 5 and sentences
    Thurs.  10/4--TUES 10/9--Literature Test--Anglo-Saxon Period
     
     
     
    Thurs. 10/11--Introduction to Medieval Period
     Fri. 10/12--Vocab #6 and sentences
     
    Mon. 10/15--Read and notes "The Prologue" to The Canterbury Tales (I)--
     
    Wed. 10/17--Vocab test 4-6
     
    Fri. 10/19--Read and notes "The Pardoner's Tale" Download here(I) --this is the recommended paper
    Tues. 10/23--Read and notes "The Miller's Tale"--Download here (I)I strongly recommend not trying to write a paper on this, as entertaining as it is. Plus, you'd be writing two papers in two days
    Wed. 10/24--
    Thurs. 10/25--in-class pilgrim work
    Friday--10/26-Dramatic Reading of Everyman--Everyman
    Mon. 10/29----Read, notes and IDEA PAPER FOR EVERYONE Sir Gawain and the Green Knight(I)
     
     
    Tues. 10/30--
    Wed. 10/31--Peer edit SGGK paper
    Thurs. 11/1--report and review
     
    Fri. 11/2--Med. Test
    Mon. 11/5--Final revised paper due whether in school or not--Put in Google Classroom and bring hard copy--In-class reading of: The Holy Grail
    Tues. 11/6--No School.  Go vote.
    Wed.-Thurs. 11/7-11/8 -- Cinematic interlude
    Fri. 11/9--vocab #7
    11/12--SONNET WEEK-- WAHOOOO
    Tues. 11/13--Read and notes all of Shakespeare's sonnets in textbook (29, 106, 116, 130) plus 18 and 73.  These are not in book.  Click here for  18 and 73.Also read this list of helpful hints: Reading Sonnets and Rhythm and Meter
     
     
     
     
    Tues. 11/20 Sonnet/Elizabethan Period Tuiz -- includes memorization of a sonnet
     
    Mon. 11/26-- Macbeth (Idea paper everyone) Quote quiz -- To watch the streaming BBC video while you read, go to Google Classroom page and follow directions
     
    Mon 12/10-- ACT IV Assignment due: ACT IV Assignment--5th Period Responses
                       7th Period Responses
     
    Wed. 12/12--Building Macbeth  themes/thesis   
     
     
    Thurs. 12/13-Macbeth test 
     
    Fri. 12/14--Intro 17th and 18th Centuries
     
    YOU NEED TO COMPLETE AN IDEA PAPER FOR ONE OF THE READINGS HIGHLIGHTED IN GREEN:
     
    Monday 12/17--read and notes (I) 
    --John Donne - Holy Sonnet 10
    --George Herbert - "Virtue"
    --John Milton - "When I Consider How My Light Is Spent"
     
    Tues. 12/18 --read and notes (I)
    --Andrew Marvell "To His Coy Mistress"
    --Robert Herrick- "To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time"
     
    Wed. 12/19--Read and notes--Jonathan Swift "A Modest Proposal" (I) --this is a handout; it is an essay, not a poem--YOU MUST PRINT OUT A COPY AND BRING IT TO CLASS:
     
          Click here-->A Modest Proposal
     
    Thursday 12/20--Read and Notes-(I)  William Blake--"The Lamb," "The
     
    Tiger," and "A Poison Tree" You must print out these and This
      
    Wed 1/2/19--Peer edit
     
    Thurs. 1/3/19--Intro Romantics
     
    Friday 1/4/19-Vocab #9 and sentences
     
    Tues. 1/8--Test 17th and 18th Centuries Review Guide
     
    Wed. 1/9--Paper Reminders--Read and take notes on these Wordsworth poems:  Solitary Reaper-My Heart Leaps
     
    Thurs. 1/10--
    Final, revised paper due whether you are in school or not -- Submit hard copy in class and drop e-copy into Google Classroom
     
    Friday 1/11--Vocab Test 7-9
     
    Monday 1/14--Read and take notes on Tintern Abbey
     
    Tues.  1/15--Read and take notes on the following poems by Wordsworth: Composed and The WorldLondon and Beauteous
     
    Wed. 1/16--Read and take notes on Kubla Khan
     
    Thursday 1/24--Midterm 
     
     
     
Last Modified on June 27, 2019