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  • AP LANGUAGE WEEKLY AGENDA

    Week of 3.16 to 3.20

    MONDAY 3.16

    1. SWT: Current events
    2. Quick rounds of argument prompts 

     

    TUESDAY 3.17

    1. SWT: Where do you tend to “live” the most: in the past, in the present, or in the future? What about this tendency do you think is helpful? What about it is harmful?
    2. Exploration of the “appreciating the moment” prompt
    3. Collect evidence as a class
    4. HW: Write an intro paragraph in response to the “appreciating the moment” prompt

     

    WEDNESDAY 3.18

    DUE: Intro paragraph in response to the “appreciating the moment” prompt

    1. SWT: Current events
    2. Revisit the 3 approaches to writing about evidence 
    3. Using evidence from yesterday’s posters, students practice writing a body paragraph to support their intro paragraph that uses one of the 3 approaches from the handout. Consider using an approach that is different from what you might normally do.

     

    THURSDAY 3.19

    1. Unit 8 FRQ 

     

    FRIDAY 3.20

    1. SWT: What are you most looking forward to on spring break? List 3 goals or intentions you have for your time off. 
    2. Unit 8 MC PPC

     

    Week of 3.9 to 3/13

    MONDAY 3.9 

    SOPHOMORES and SENIORS: practice multiple choice passage 

    JUNIORS: CAASPP practice and tools review

    HW: First half of Book Club book must be read by FRIDAY

     

    TUESDAY 3.10

    *** Period 4: CAASPP

    Literature as evidence mini-unit

    -Choose a short story

    -Read, annotate, and discuss

    -Complete thematic analysis handout

    HW: First half of Book Club book must be read by FRIDAY

     

    WEDNESDAY 3.11

    *** Period 4: CAASPP

    Literature as evidence mini-unit

    -Choose a short story

    -Read, annotate, and discuss

    -Complete thematic analysis handout

    HW: First half of Book Club book must be read by FRIDAY

     

    THURSDAY 3.12

    *** Period 4: CAASPP

    Literature as evidence mini-unit

    -Choose a short story

    -Read, annotate, and discuss

    -Complete thematic analysis handout

    HW: First half of Book Club book must be read by TOMORROW

     

    FRIDAY 3.13 (MODIFIED DAY)

    BOOK CLUB Meeting #1

     

     

     

  • AP RESEARCH WEEKLY AGENDA

     

    Week of 1/13 to 1/17

    Monday:

    Review additional methods section samples if needed

    Due at the end of the period today: Create an outline for your methods section-- what do you need to describe? (ideas: participants, process, etc.)

     

    Rest of week:

    Revisions to surveys based on IRB feedback

    Review additional methods examples

    Start writing methods section

     

    Week of 1/6 to 1/10

    Monday, 1.6

    NO SCHOOL

     

    Tuesday, 1.7

    Finalize survey materials, students get peer feedback on surveys

     

    Wednesday, 1.8

    IRB applications due

    Discuss participant sampling methods

    DUE at the end of the period: Calendar with FINAL timeline in regards to collecting data

     

    Thursday, 1.9

    Review methods section rubric row & higher order/lower order concerns sheet

    Pick one of the 4 high scoring samples from 2016 (HERE) and review the methods section. Note what the structure was, what was explained, where sources were used.

     

    Friday, 1.10

     

    Review additional samples 

    Due at the end of the period today: Create an outline for methods section-- what do you need to describe? (ideas: participants, process, etc.)