2021 2nd Nine Weeks Honors IV Course Schedule
Long-Term Assignments are highlighted in Yellow
Thesis Assignments and Due Dates are highlighted in Blue
Daily/Homework Assignment ARE NOT Listed
October 12 Response 1: Based on your own observations and readings, define villain. What differentiates a villain from a monster? What, if any, is the common thread between heroes and villains?
Monsters and Villains Unit Introduction; Introduction to Macbeth
October 13 Alternate schedule (e.g. pre-bubble/Introduction and ROL/Survey Development)
October 14 Macbeth (Bring your books); Introduction to Monsters and Villains Project
October 19 ACT
October 20 Macbeth
October 22 Propaganda Posters and 1984 projects due; in-class reflection
October 26 Response 2: Is evil inherent in human nature? That is, are some people just “born evil,” or is evil caused by circumstance or environment? Is redemption truly possible? Is it possible to commit an act of genuine evil and truly recover from it?
Complete this response by Thursday. 200-word minimum, include claim, evidence, warrant
October 28 Macbeth
October 29 Macbeth
November 2 Macbeth Test;
November 4 Introduction to Beowulf; Thesis Workday
November 5 Beowulf; Boast Assignment
Mentor meetings and surveys must be completed
November 9 Beowulf; Work on Boast Assignment
November 11 No School – Veteran’s Day
November 12 Beowulf
Chapter 1: Introduction and Chapter 2: Review of Literature due to Turnitin.com by 11:59
November 16 Beowulf Test
Response 3: Are our lives determined by fate, or by the acts of our free will?
November 18 Chapter 3: Methodology introduction; Thesis conferences
November 19 Thesis conferences
November 23 TV and Movie Monsters and Villains Project Workday:
Nov 30 Response 4: Do “the ends justify the means”? That is, if one uses morally evil methods to acquire a goal, is that goal forever tainted or polluted by the actions one has taken to achieve it?
TV and Movie Monsters and Villains Project Workday
December 2 Presentations
December 3 Presentations
December 7 Presentations
December 9 Presentations
December 10 Presentations; FOSA and Writing Lab Appointments Completed
Week 10 – Exam Week
Biomed, Psychology, and Systematic:
Chapter 3 and Revised Chapters 1 and 2 submitted (revisions MUST BE
highlighted) by December 17 11:59 p.m.
Engineering and Product:
Chapter 3, Section 1 (Conceptual Design) and Chapters 1 and 2 (revisions MUST BE
highlighted) submitted by December 17 11:59 p.m.