For EACH presentation (except your own) you will fill out the linked evaluation form. Groups are not graded solely upon student feedback, but it can influence me. Students DO receive a grade for the feedback they give, so make it insightful and useful!
Click the link to see the Landlord/Tenant Handbook for the state of CA. Laws and advice on both managing tenants and sub-lets AND advice on finding a good place to rent, scams to avoid, etc.
Monday: Flannery O'Connor: "A Good Man Is Hard To Find" & questions 1,3,5 at the end. Discuss.
Tuesday: Intro to life: Rental Agreements (renting a room, renting a dorm, renting an apartment). We will read samples and discuss what the actual terms ARE and how college students often get into unpleasant situations because they "didn't know" something.
Block Day: Finish "rental agreements" & see state laws web site on Landlord/Tenant Law and discuss tena. We'll also cover evictions (legal and illegal actions).
Friday: Moving back into room 303. We will have Triad work time on our projects as we settle back in.
AP students who might possibly earn less than a B for the semester, and those who might be inclined to stop working before the end of the semester (based on work ethic/attitude throughout the year), received an IF on the progress report. This does not mean you HAVE less than a B or that you will end up with such a grade on your report card.
While AP exams are happening you'll need you white text book. We'll be reading poetry as a means of reviewing literary analysis techniques.
- Monday: Triad work day (novels to be read by Tuesday. YES. You've had 2 wks!)
- Tuesday: 2 poems to read and analyze TB
- Block Day: 1/2 Triad, 1/2 poetry (long form)
- Friday: TBD
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