Instructor: Terri Audilet
Room Number: 316
Conference Period: 5th
Make-Up and Tutoring Times:
(A.M 7:30-7:50) (P.M. 3:39-4:00)
Monday A.M. and P.M.
Tuesday A.M. and P.M.
Friday A.M. and P.M.
The year will consist of literature and composition with an emphasis on refining vocabulary, grammar, effective sentence structure, and critical thinking skills. The students will be given ample practice in the various modes of composition writing.
The year’s curriculum will include a survey of British Literature. We will study Beowulf, Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, Shakespeare’s Macbeth, and selected short prose and poetry within each literary era.
1st 6 weeks - The Anglo Saxon/Middle Ages Period 4th 6 weeks - TBA
Good vs. Evil Paper
2nd 6 weeks - The Medieval Period 5th 6 weeks TBA
The Canterbury Tales
Creative Writing Paper
The Renaissance Period
3rd 6 weeks - Macbeth Continued 6th 6 weeks TBA
Tragic Hero Paper
Holt McDougal Literature, Grade 12 - can be accessed at my.hrw.com
Summative Grades (Tests, Essays, Major Projects) 60 %
Formative Grades (Homework, Classwork, Quizzes) Quizzes 25%
An average of 10 formative grades will be taken each 6 weeks. Daily 15%
Full grade credit will be given only for work submitted on the requested due date.
Work one day late will earn a grade no greater than 70.
Any work submitted more than one day late may earn a grade of zero.
This procedure does not affect make-up work due to excused absences.
If a student receives a failing grade on an assignment, the student has 5 days from the date that they receive notification of the failing grade to “redo” the work for a maximum grade of 70. The student may be required to attend tutorials and/or perform additional work in order to prepare to demonstrate mastery of the content.
Make-ups need to be completed on time. The number of days you are absent is the number of days you have to complete your make-up work. If you have been absent for one day, you have three days to complete all make-ups in English 4.
*** If you miss school and Return the day of a previously scheduled quiz or test, you must take it on the scheduled day.