|Rough Draft - Read Around|
|English 12 - Course Resources||Sentence Combining Card||
Use this card as a reference to help you make interesting, varied, and grammatically correct sentence combinations.
|Factoid Friday Resources||
Use these resources to help you with your Factoid Fridays and researched argument.
|Unit 1: What's Next-Life after High School||Unit 1-Texts||
Here is a collection of the texts for this unit.
|-->Lesson 3 (8/24-25) - Course Introduction||Admit Slip: Getting to know you||
Admit Slip: Getting to know you
|Eng 12: Goals and Policies||
Goals and Policies
|-->Lesson 4 (8/26): Grammar Self-Evaluation||Admit Slip: Reasons for Annotating|
|-->Lesson 6 (8/31) - Intro to Factoid Friday||Introduction to Factoid Fridays||
Intro to F/F
|-->Lesson 7 (9/2) - Factoid Friday #1 -Getting Started||Factoid Friday: Tips and Reminders|
|-->Lesson 8 (9/3-4) - F/F #1; What's Next Unit - Intro 3||Unit Introduction||
Unit 1 Overview
|Key Concepts: Who are You?||
Key Concepts-word list: Activity 3
|-->Lesson 9 (9/8) - F/F 2; Analyzing Sources||Admit Slip: Words the Describe You|
|Tips and Thoughts about Factoid Fridays|
|-->Lesson 11 (9/14) - Perez 3||Reading with the Grain||
Activity 7: 1st reading of the text, playing the "believing game"
ERWC: Teacher Instructions:
Discussion of Pérez: More than anything, discussion of this article should
Paragraph 2: "Kids have learned the hard parts of surviving in college.”
|-->Lesson 16 (9/24-25) - Hidden Intellectualism||Discussion: Hidden Intellectualism||
Respond to the following prompts in your Student Journal.
|Read Graff's article, "Hidden Intellectualism" - Stop and Respond||
Read Graff's article, "Hidden Intellectualism"
|-->Lesson 18 (9/30) - Intro to Infomercials||Infomercial Instructions and Expectations||
Infomercial Instructions and Expectations
Admit Slip for Friday.Planning: On the back of your notes, take notes on your thoughts about the following questions:
1. Will you work with a partner? If so, who?
2. Who is your target audience?
3. What is your purpose?
4. What type of project will you do?
5. What is the situation / setting of your infomercial?
6. Create the plot for your project. Describe the following parts.
|-->Lesson 19-20 (10/1-2 & 15-6) - FAQ About Your Future||Developing your FAQ's||
Developing your FAQ's
|-->Lesson 23 (10/12-13): F/F 1-4 Presentations (con)||Factoid Fridays 1-4: Individual Presentations (con)|
|-->Lesson 27 (10/21) - Intro to What's Next - Final Project||Gathering Your Work Together|
|-->Lesson 29-30: (10/26-8) - Rhetorical Framework (con.)||College Essay Prompts - UC Application||
|Cover Letter: Job Application--Prompt||
|-->Lesson 32 (11/2) - Rhetorical Framework 3; Begin Rough Draft||Admit Slip: Rhetorical Framework--Discussion||
discuss situation, ethos/persona, and message
|-->Lesson 35 (11/9) - Crafting Engaging Introductions||Crafting an interesting introduction|
|NYT: How to Write a Good College Application Essay (This advice applies to cover letters as well)|