SCRIBE: Tuesday October 10, 2017

WORLD HISTORY:

  • Period 1:
    • Current Events: (1) Nobel Peace Prize; (2) The Happiest Place on Earth
    • Handed out the study guide for Unit 1: Culture
      • Students worked on it (many finished) in class. Due next class period
        • Test will be Monday/Tuesday October 16/17
    • HOMEWORK:
      • Current Events Quiz #5 Thursday/Friday October 12/13
      • Culture (Unit I) Study Guide Thursday/Friday October 12/13
      • Culture Test Monday/Tuesday October 16/17

AP LANGUAGE:

  • Periods 2,4,7:
    • Current Event: Nobel Peace Prize
    • Periods 4 & 7Handed out Vocab #5 & Roots #2B – Quiz Thursday/Friday October 12/13
    • Analyzed the above cartoon (The New Yorker, September 18, 2017)
      • Turned the completed rhetorical triangle into the basket
    • Period 2: Assigned the following – due next period
      • Read, Annotate and Complete a Rhetorical Triangle for the following articles – due next class period. (each article is in your “Identity” unit packet)
        • “Must Great Leaders Be Gregarious?” by Susan Cain
        • “Enough About Introverts: Mastering the Way to Work with Extroverts” Lydia Dishman
        • “Not an Introvert, Not an Extrovert? You May be an Ambivert” by Elizabeth Bernstein
        • “Why Introverts Make Great Entrepreneurs” by Elizabeth Bernstein
    • Periods 4 & 7:
      • Defined, shared Strengths and 1-2 examples from each temperament: Introvert, Extrovert & Ambivert from the above articles.
    • Shared the prompt for the end of the unit Synthesis essay (will be in class next week)
      • Come prepared to respond in a Socratic Seminar next period:
        • In a culture where we are bombarded with ideas and images of “what we should be”, how does one form an identity that remains true and authentic for her/himself? You must use a minimum of three sources from the list provided. Remember to attribute both direct and indirect citations. Refer to the sources by authors’ last names or by titles. Avoid mere summary or paraphrase.
          • Cofer, Judith Ortiz. “The Myth of the Latin Woman: I Just Met a Girl Named Maria”
          • Theroux, Paul. “Being a Man”
          • Cain, Susan. “Must Great Leaders Be Gregarious?” NYTimes
          • Bernstein, Elizabeth. “Why Introverts Make Great Entrepreneurs” WSJ
          • Bernstein, Elizabeth. “Not an Introvert, Not an Extrovert? You May Be An Ambivert”
          • Rauch, Jonathan “Caring For Your Introvert” The Atlantic
          • Dishman, Lydia “Enough About Introverts: Mastering the Way to Work with Extroverts”
          • Reiner, Andrew “Teaching Men to be Emotionally Honest” – NYTimes
          • Berlatsky, Noah “When Men Experience Sexism” – The Atlantic
          • Christakis, Erika. “Why Are Women Bias Against Other Women”
          • Burket, Elinor. “What Makes a Woman?” The New Yorker
          • Sanders, Scott Russell. “The Men We Carry in Our Minds”.
          • “The Danger of a Single Story”, TED talk, Chimamanda Adichie
          • “We Should All Be Feminists”, Chimamanda Adichie
          • “The Mask of Masculinity”, Connor Beaton
          • “Why We Have Too Few Women Leaders” Sheryl Sandberg
    • HOMEWORK:
      • Vocab #5 & Roots #2B Quiz Thursday/Friday October 12/13
      • Read, Annotate and Complete a Rhetorical Triangle for the following articles – due next class period. (each article is in your “Identity” unit packet)
        • “Must Great Leaders Be Gregarious?” by Susan Cain
        • “Enough About Introverts: Mastering the Way to Work with Extroverts” Lydia Dishman
        • “Not an Introvert, Not an Extrovert? You May be an Ambivert” by Elizabeth Bernstein
        • “Why Introverts Make Great Entrepreneurs” by Elizabeth Bernstein

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