Homework assignments are listed in red. Homework is due and will be checked at the start of each class period. Other assignments will be completed during class. While each class may not have a specific in-class activity listed, some work will be assigned and due during each class. You should check the schedule at least once a week, preferably before each class meeting, as new in-class assignments may be posted in response to the progress of other assignments.

June 1

June 2

June 3

June 4

  • Read Chapters 1 and 2 of Maus.
  • Begin working on comic book.

June 8

June 9

  • Field trip. Go to La Palmera Mall and conduct visual rhetoric analysis and write analysis of the experience.
  • Read Chapter 3 in Helmers.

June 10

  • Read Chapter 4 in Helmers.
  • Turn in Field Trip Analysis.
  • Work on comic book.

June 11

  • Guest Speaker Adam Webb
  • Work on comic book.

June 15

June 16

  • Field Trip. Go to Seaside Memorial Park cemetery and conduct visual rhetoric analysis and write analysis of the experience.

June 17

June 18

  • Read Chapters 1-6 of The 911 Report.
  • Turn in comic book.

June 22

  • Read Chapters 7-13 of The 911 Report.
  • Turn in Discussion of Secondary Sources for Research Report.

June 23

  • In-class activity.

June 24

  • Take this day to go and gather Primary Research.
  • Conduct primary research for Research Project.

June 25

  • The link no longer works, so no homework to read. Sorry about the mixup.
  • Last day to turn in rewrites of analysis on cemetery.

June 29

  • In class workshop on Primary Research.
  • Turn in results of primary research for Research Project.

June 30

  • In class workshop on Research drafts.
  • Turn in first draft of Research Project.

July 1

July 2

  • Present final Research Projects.