• Week 36: May 20-24

    Posted by SHANNON MAULDING on 5/17/2019

    Monday - Finals

    7:15 - 8:45       1st Period - FINAL EXAM

    8:50 - 10:20     2nd Period - class

    10:25 - 11:55   3rd Period - class

    11:55 - 12:55   Lunch/CCT

    1:00 - 2:30       4th Period - FINAL EXAM

    Tuesday - Finals

    7:15 - 8:45       5th Period - FINAL EXAM

    8:50 - 10:20     1st Period - class

    10:25 - 11:55   4th Period - class

    11:55 - 12:55   Lunch/CCT

    1:00 - 2:30       8th Period - FINAL EXAM

    Wednesday - Senior Check-out at 8:00am

    Thursday - Graduation Practice at 1:00pm

    Friday - Graduation at NRG 8pm (be there by 7:00pm)

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  • Week 35: May 13-17

    Posted by SHANNON MAULDING on 5/13/2019

    This Week's Schedule

    Monday/Tuesday - Final Reviews

    Wednesday - Study Hall

    Thursday - Finals

    7:15 - 8:45       5th Period - class

    8:50 - 10:20     6th Period - FINAL EXAM

    10:25 - 11:55   7th Period - FINAL EXAM

    11:55 - 12:55   Lunch/CCT

    1:00 - 2:30       8th Period - class

    Friday - Finals

    7:15 - 8:45       1st Period - class

    8:50 - 10:20     2nd Period - FINAL EXAM

    10:25 - 11:55   3rd Period - FINAL EXAM

    11:55 - 12:55   Lunch/CCT

    1:00 - 2:30       4th Period - class

     

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  • Week 34: May 6-10

    Posted by SHANNON MAULDING on 5/6/2019

    This Week's Assignment Options

    Act out a scene (group)

    - 3 lines for each character

    - dress the part

    - use props

    Make a quilt (individual)

    - 9 patches (squares)

    - each patch must represent a character or an object from the story (text or musical)

    - can be made from paper or of other material (ex. fabric)

     

    This Week's Schedule

    Monday - A day - work on project

    Tuesday - STAAR *check in for college classes and 8th period.

    Wednesay - STAAR *check in for CCT, college classes, and 4th period.

    Thursday - B day - work on project

    Friday - Present Project

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  • Week 33: Apr 29 - May 3

    Posted by SHANNON MAULDING on 4/29/2019

    Mon/Tue: Apr 29/30

    Watch:  My Fair Lady

    Quiz 1

    Wed/Thu: May 1/2

    Watch:  My Fair Lady

    Quiz 2

    Friday, May 3

    Watch:  My Fair Lady

    Wear T-shirt due

    Choose a scene to act out next week (group activity)

    -minimum of three lines per actor/actress

    -dress the part

    -use props

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  • Week 32: Apr 22-26

    Posted by SHANNON MAULDING on 4/22/2019

    Mon/Tue: Apr 22-23

    Bellringer:  Eliza wants to speak proper grammar to be a lady in a flower shop.  Tell me what is wrtong witht the following statement and then write it correctly.  "I had a pen a moment ago, where is it at?"

    Class Discussion

    Read Act IV

    Plot Mapping - class takes notes about each act

    Wed/Thu: Apr 24-25

    Bellringer:  Complete Act V Vocabulary Activity and turn in.

    Read Act V

    Plot Mapping - class takes notes about act...turn in when completed.

    Fri: Apr 26

    Read Closing

    Creating T-shirts Instructions

    -Pymalion or My Fair Lady themed

    -large image

    -quote

    -painted or use markers

    -plain shirt to make your design on

    -must wear shirt by Friday, May 3rd

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  • Week 31: Apr 15-19

    Posted by SHANNON MAULDING on 4/15/2019

    Mon/Tue Apr 15-16

    Pick up Vocabulary Crossword Act III & VI (S-63).  Use the Word Bank to complete the crossword.  Due by the end of class.

    Read ACT III - If you miss the reading, you must read and write a summary to turn in.

    Wed/Thu Apr 17-18

     Major project – Movie Poster - DUE at the end of class

                            Instructions:

                                        -use a large piece of paper

                                        -must have an image that take most of the space

                                        -must have a large movie title visible from a distance of 10’

                                        -must have date & time of the showing

                                        -must have the location of the showing

                                        -must have 3 movie critics’ critiques

                                        -only 2 people to a group (unless there is one loner)

                                        -place student names on the back with CLASS PERIOD

                                        -stack completed posters on the desk with the computers

     Fri Apr 19 - NO SCHOOL - Good Friday

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  • Week 30: Apr 8 - 12

    Posted by SHANNON MAULDING on 4/8/2019

    Mon 4/8 & Fri 4/12 - Read Act II

    Tue 4/9 thru Thu 4/11 - STAAR for underclassmen

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  • Week 29: Apr 1-5

    Posted by SHANNON MAULDING on 4/1/2019

    Mon/Tue:  April 1 & 2

    Bellringer:  How do you feel about musicals?  Why?

    Review:  Author Background (WS-13)

                     -passing back to you

                     -fill in information

    Examine Language (WS-15) & Dialects (WS 9-11)

    British Money (WS-51-53)

    Wed/Thu:  April 3 & 4

    Begin Pygmalion Introduction & Act I

    If you are absent, you will need to read the section and write a summary to turn in for credit.

    Major Grade (instructions):  Using Humor (PHWS-37) This is a project due on Mon, Apr 15 (A day) and Tue, Apr (B day).  You will create a comic strip of at least eight frames depicting the humor of Act I.  Follow the instructions on this paper.

    Friday:  April 5

    Dialects (CLWS-9 & 10) - complete in class and turn in.

    Work on your Comic Strip.

     

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  • Week 28: Mar 25-29

    Posted by SHANNON MAULDING on 3/25/2019

    Begin Project...

    Travel Brochure - Exploring the setting of the play by identifying major attractions in London.

    Step 1:  Fill in information about all 10 attractions. WS-9  Completed on Friday

    Step 2:  Choose 5 out of the 10 attractions that you would like to share information about to a visitor.  Circle those 5 on your sheet and be prepared to elaborate if need be for the project.

          Buckingham Palace

          Covent Garden

          Globe Theater

          Kensington Palace

          London Bridge

          Museum of London

          St. Paul's Cathedral

          Tower of London

          Trafalgar Square

          Westminster Abbey

    Step 3:  Using Publisher to create a brochure.

    Step 4:  Provide information about the location, what I should expect as a tourist, hours of operation, and cost.

    Step 5:  Follow the layout 

    Step 6:  Turn in on Friday, March 29.

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  • Week 27: Mar 18 - 22

    Posted by SHANNON MAULDING on 3/18/2019

    Mon/Tue 3/18 - 3/19

    Bellringer:  How is your perspective shaped? (You can write the bellringer on the Learning Focus packet.)

    Learning Focus packet

      -Read p. 88-89

      -Answer Essential Questions p. 90 (#1 & #2)

    Introducing Pygmalion

      -Read p. 97-98

      -Answer Quickwrite p.98

    In depth with the Myth of Pygmalion

      -Read a passage 

      -Answer The Creater and the Created Questions p. 3 (1-6)

    Wed/Thu 3/20- 3/21

    Come by and pick up Worksheets (WS).

    Mythology - Understanding the mythology behind Pygmalion.

    Anticipation Guide - Think about themes of the play before reading and making predictions about the play.

    Characterization - Predicting character traits and actions.  Use the picture from the musical "My Fair Lady".

    Author Background - Obtaining information about George Bernard Shaw.

    Fri 3/22

    Begin Project...

    Travel Brochure - Exploring the setting of the play by identifying major attractions in London.

    Step 1:  Fill in information about all 10 attractions. WS-9

    Step 2:  Choose 5 out of the 10 attractions that you would like to share information about to a visitor.  Circle those 5 on your sheet and be prepared to elaborate if need be for the project.

          Buckingham Palace

          Covent Garden

          Globe Theater

          Kensington Palace

          London Bridge

          Museum of London

          St. Paul's Cathedral

          Tower of London

          Trafalgar Square

          Westminster Abbey

     

     

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