Eng 6: American Literature Work

 

 

NOTE: In addition to the reading selections below, you are expected to read all author biographies before the selection.

 

Date In-Class Work Homework Assigned
8-Jan 1. Review syllabus, rules, etc.
2. Literary Symbolism and "Circle" Lecture
 
9-Jan 1. Literary Symbolism and "Circle" Lecture  
10-Jan 1. Literary Symbolism and "Circle" Lecture  
11-Jan 1. 20th Century History Lecture Student Notes  
14-Jan 1. Continue 20th Century Lecture  
15-Jan 1. Continue 20th Century Lecture  
16-Jan 1. Continue 20th Century Lecture  
17-Jan 1. Continue 20th Century Lecture  
18-Jan 1. Continue 20th Century Lecture  
21-Jan No School: MLK  
22-Jan 1. In-class reading London "To Build a Fire" pp. 694-704  
23-Jan 1. In-class reading London "To Build a Fire" pp. 694-704  
24-Jan 1. In-class reading London "To Build a Fire" pp. 694-704
2. "Respond and Think Critically" Quest. 1-4, 6-7, 10  p. 705
1. Finish class work
25-Jan PDL: 1, 3, 4, 5
1. Discuss London
 
28-Jan National Survey Day 1. Finish class work
29-Jan 1. Discuss London
2.
Literary Element: Literary Grotesque
3. In-class reading: WS Anderson "Sophistication"
 
30-Jan Snow Day  
31-Jan 1. In-class reading WS Anderson "Sophistication"  
1-Feb 1. In-class reading WS Anderson "Sophistication"; "For Study and Discussion" Quest. 1, 2, 3b, 4  
4-Feb 1. Discuss reading Anderson
2. In-class reading Fitzgerald "Winter Dreams" pp. 856-873
 
5-Feb 1. In-class reading Fitzgerald "Winter Dreams" pp. 856-873  
6-Feb 1. In-class reading Fitzgerald "Winter Dreams" pp. 856-873
2. WS "For Study and Discussion" Quest. 1-6
1. Finish class work
7-Feb 1. Discuss reading Fitzgerald  
8-Feb 1. Literary Element: Southern Gothic and Vernacular  
11-Feb 1. In-class reading Faulkner "A Rose for Emily" pp.876-884  
12-Feb 1. In-class reading Faulkner "A Rose for Emily" pp.876-884
2. "Respond and Think Critically" Quest.1-4, 6, 8, 10 p.885
1. Finish class work
13-Feb 1. Discuss reading Faulkner  
14-Feb 1. Literary Element: Minimalism and Hemingway Hero  
15-Feb PDL: 6, 3, 4, 5  
18-Feb No School: President's  
19-Feb 1. Literary Element: Hemingway's "Nada Concept"
2.
In-class reading: WS Hemingway "In Another Country"

3. "For Study and Discussion" Quest. 1-8
1. Finish class work
20-Feb 1. Discuss reading Hemingway, "In Another Country"
2. WS Modern Fiction Exam Review
 
21-Feb 1. In-class reading: "Soldier's Home" pp. 842-849; "Respond and Think Critically" Quest. 1-3, 6, 10 p. 850 1. Finish class work
22-Feb 1. Discuss Hemingway, "Soldier's Home"
1. In-class reading WS O'Brien "Field Trip"; "For Study and Discussion" Quest. 1-5
1. Finish class work
25-Feb 1. In-class reading WS O'Brien from "Speaking of Courage"  
26-Feb 1. Discuss reading O'Brien
2. Literary Element: Stream of Consciousness
2. In-class reading Porter "The Jilting of Granny Weatherall" pp.912-922
3.
WS "For Study and Discussion" Quest. 1-4
1. Finish class work
27-Feb 1. Discuss reading Porter 1. Study for exam
28-Feb 1. Modernism Constructed Response
2. Review for exam
1. Study for exam
1-Mar 1. Modern Fiction Exam  
4-Mar No School: Pulaski  
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6-Mar Modern CR Due  
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15-Mar PDL: 2, 3, 4, 5 (Parent-Teacher)  
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9-Apr SAT Testing  
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15-Apr Spring Break (15-22)  
22-Apr Spring Break (15-22)  
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15-May Finals: 1, 2  
16-May Finals: 3, 4, 5  
17-May Finals: 6, 7  
20-May Change Day  
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