Open house fall 2011

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Open house fall 2011

  1. 1. Open House Fall 2011<br />Ms. Deborah Aughey, NBCT<br />404-545-9609 cell and text<br />Deborah.aughey@cobbk12.org<br />Deborah.aughey@gmail.com<br />
  2. 2. AP Language/American Literature<br />24weeks- American Literature with a focus on the rhetoric of the American Literature Canon<br />12weeks- contemporary pieces <br />Tests- GHSWGT September; GHSGT in March; EOCT in May; AP Exam in May- 60 multiple choice and three essays (3 hour test); SAT and ACT exams in the fall, winter and spring of the students’ junior and senior year<br />
  3. 3. Journalism- Newspaper<br />Spartan Chronicles online <br />Spartan Chronicles printed editions<br />Freelance writing club after school<br />Public relations and media<br />Broadcast journalism and videography<br />Mobile journalism and social networking<br />Quill and Scroll journalism honor society<br />
  4. 4. American Literature and Composition<br />American Literature from the 1600s to present<br />Personal and creative writing<br />Technical writing<br />Group activities and class discussion<br />Partnership with the US History teachers<br />Multimedia<br />
  5. 5. How to be successful<br />Read the blog!<br />http://campbellhighschool.typepad.com/deborah_aughey/<br />Check in with Pinnacle grade book<br />
  6. 6. Materials<br />AP Language- pre-course reading, parallel readings/novels, notebook, response journal, diligence, Patterns for College Writing and Prentice Hall Literature<br />Journalism: Newspaper- Camera, SD card, flash drive, self-management skills, desire to improve writing and work with a team<br />American Literature- pre-course reading, parallel readings/novels, notebook, response journal, Prentice Hall Literature<br />

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