Tina Lorance

Room:2516

English II, English II Advanced

Contact Me:

Email: tina.lorance@misd.org

Phone:  (936) 276-2001 ex 85507

Tutoring Schedule:

Monday -Thursday from 2:45-3:30 and mornings by appointment

Tests Make Up:

You may make up tests/quizzes any before school or after school. Please put your make-up day and time on the whiteboard.

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Definition: A woman's shoe with a very high thick sole.
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When a man is old enough to do wrong he should be old enough to do right also.
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quantulum - A small quantity. More...

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dribs and drabs - First recorded in the 19th century; both of the words mean "small quantity or amount," making this an emphatic phrase. More...

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My name is Tina Lorance, and I am so excited to be a Lake Creek Lion this year!  My youngest son is going to be a freshman at UTD this year, and as empty-nesters, my husband and I decided to leave the suburbs and enjoy the lake life. 

I am in my 28th year in education, having taught English, journalism, communications and history, mostly at the junior high level.  I have both a BA and MAHS from St. Edwards University in Austin, Texas, where I attended on a softball scholarship (Go Goats!) and am an inductee in the athletic hall of fame.

My hobbies include reading (of course), traveling, skydiving and any other adrenaline pumping activities.  I am also an avid Astros fan.

I know this is going to be a wonderful year. 

Please feel free to contact me at tina.lorance@misd.org .
936-276-2001 ex 85507
My Schedule:

1st Period- English II Adv     7:20-8:05

2nd Period- PLC                      8:11-8:56

3rd Period- English II Adv     9:02-9:53

4th Period- English II Adv     9:59-10:44

5th Period - English II Adv  10:50-12:07                        (This includes lunches.)

6th Period- Conference          12:13-12:58

7th Period- English II            1:04-1:49

8th Period- English II            1:55-2:40
 
Tutoring/Make-up: Monday through Thursday after school.  Monday - Friday before school.

English II - Major grades will count 60% of a student's six weeks grade. Daily grades will be 40%. Quizzes will be weighted twice in the daily category.

English II Adv. - Major grades will count 70% of a student's six weeks grade.  Daily grades will be 40%.  Quizzes will be weighted twice in the daily category.

Late Work Policy: Late work will not be accepted for full credit. Late is any time after the assignment is collected by the teacher. One day late = -20; two days late = -40. Work will not be accepted late after the two day mark.

 

 

 

 

 

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Course Description:   Grammar, composition, vocabulary, reading and literature are explored and studied. Listening and speaking skills will be used in analyzing and interpreting information. Available technology, including databases and the internet, will be utilized in all courses in the sequence for research papers. English II offer a comprehensive study of grammar and practice in basic reading and writing skills; literature instruction will be by theme.

1st six weeks

2nd six weeks

3rd six weeks

4th six weeks

5th six weeks

6th six weeks

Reading

· Plot Structure

· Characterization

· Annotations

· Foreshadowing

· Conflict

· Theme

Writing

Journals

Persuasive

 

Reading

· Nonfiction

· Symbolism

· Allegory

· Theme

· Author’s Purpose

· Historical Context

Writing

Journals

Persuasive

Short Answers

Reading 

· Analysis of Genre

· Conflict

· Tone/Mood

· Symbolism

· Point of View

· Author’s Purpose

Writing

Journals

Persuasive

Short Answers

 

Reading

· Ethos/Pathos/Logos

· Drama Elements

· Greek Tragedy

· Allusion

· Irony

· Character Foils

Writing

Journals

Persuasive

Short Answers

Reading

· Archetypes

· Themes

· Interpretive Response

· STAAR Prep

· Parables

 

Writing

Journals

Persuasive

Short Answers

Reading

· Cultural/Historical Context

· Shakespearean Tragedy

· Rhetorical Devices

· MLA Research

· Synthesis of Sources

· Annotation

Writing

Research


Journals are written every Tuesday and Thursday at the beginning of class.  They will be graded once each grading period and will be a major grade.  If you are absent, you can find the topic in the file below.  It is your responsibility to keep current with your journal.  
Most Fridays we will work on persuasive prompts.  If you are absent, you can find the prompts below. If you need a refresher on how to write a persuasive essay, there is also a link to a Powerpoint with a step-by-step guide.   
The first six weeks, our key literary piece will be The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros.  If you are absent and need to catch up with the reading from class (or want to review, etc.), here is a link to the novelette: House on Mango Street Text
Journals are written every Tuesday and Thursday at the beginning of class.  They will be graded once each grading period and will be a major grade.  If you are absent, you can find the topic in the file below.  It is your responsibility to keep current with your journal.
The first second weeks, our key literary piece will be Lord of the Flies by William Golding.  If you are absent and need to catch up with the reading from class (or want to review, etc.), below is a link to the novel and audiobooks of the chapters.  

Summer reading assignments will be due on Friday, August 23rd.

If you are new to the district or have other extenuating circumstances, please speak with me during tutorials, and we will find a solution.  

Course Description:   Advanced English II is designed to prepare students for the English AP Exam given at the junior/senior level. These courses include extensive independent reading in all genres of world literature, development of higher level critical thinking skills, and the use of the writing process to compose various forms of discourse for a variety of audiences and purposes. Students must be prepared to devote considerable hours to independent readings and outside projects. 

Key literary pieces to be read this year include:

House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros

Lord of the Flies by William Golding

The Pearl by John Steinbeck

Antigone by Sophocles

Anthem by Ayn Rand

Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare

Copies of these novels will be provided for classroom use (both Antigone and Julius Caesar are in the Glencoe textbooks).  However, if you would like to purchase your own copies for use at home, it would be beneficial.  

Writing focus:

Persuasive Writing

Timed Writing

1st six weeks

2nd six weeks

3rd six weeks

4th six weeks

5th six weeks

6th six weeks

Reading

· Plot Structure

· Characterization

· Annotations

· Foreshadowing

· Conflict

· Theme

Writing

Journals

Persuasive

 

Reading

· Nonfiction

· Symbolism

· Allegory

· Theme

· Author’s Purpose

· Historical Context

Writing

Journals

Persuasive

Short Answers

Reading 

· Analysis of Genre

· Conflict

· Tone/Mood

· Symbolism

· Point of View

· Author’s Purpose

Writing

Journals

Persuasive

Short Answers

 

Reading

· Ethos/Pathos/Logos

· Drama Elements

· Greek Tragedy

· Allusion

· Irony

· Character Foils

Writing

Journals

Persuasive

Short Answers

Reading

· Archetypes

· Themes

· Interpretive Response

· STAAR Prep

· Parables

 

Writing

Journals

Persuasive

Short Answers

Reading

· Cultural/Historical Context

· Shakespearean Tragedy

· Rhetorical Devices

· MLA Research

· Synthesis of Sources

· Annotation

Writing

Research


The first six weeks, our key literary piece will be The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros.  We will have copies in class to read, but if you need access to the text at home, follow this link: The House on Mango Street.

Antigone 

Textbook Version

https://mthoyibi.files.wordpress.com/2011/05/antigone_2.pdf

Original Version

https://assets.aspeninstitute.org/content/uploads/files/content/docs/SOPHOCLES_ANTIGONE_(AS08).PDF


The Pearl Text

https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/4a82/79dae50f2e8abef2cad4f7339b175a07e363.pdf

Writing Resources

go to https://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/connected/login.do (opens external link in new window)

1.  Create a new account (or log in if you already have one).

2.  Enter the redemption code-- TWC2-9B8Z-615Q

3.  Enter your first and last name.

4.  Be sure to save your user name and password you create. 


For the duration of this school closure, we will be using several tools to facilitate learning. 

The first is Zoom.  It is a free online meeting site.  This will allow me to give you information, answer questions, etc.  To use this platform, follow the directions below:

  • go to www.zoom.com 
  • click on Join a Meeting
  • enter my meeting code: 799 570 7050 Password 029604

My office hours will be from

  • Advanced English II - 10:00 - 11:00 and 2:00 - 3:00. 
  • English II - 11:00 - 12:00 
  • If you need help at another time, just email me, and I'll make arrangements for you.  

The next is turnitin.  This will allow for journals and assignments to be turned in, peer reviewed, and graded.  To use this platform, follow the directions below:

  • go to turnitin.com
  • click on Create Account
  • click on Student
  • Fill in the form using the class codes below.  The enrollment key is Lorance for all classes.

               1st period -    23861643
               3rd period -   23861649
               4th period -   23861652
               5th period -   23861658
               7th period -   24322465
               8th period -   24322479

 

  • Finally this website and email will be used for communication and the issuance of assignments.   Click on the appropriate tab below.

 

If you typically work with Ms. McGrath, please also check her English II tab. 

Assignments will run from Wednesday to Wednesday until we return to school.

Week 1 - Research project

  • Journal/Discussion topic.  What does it mean to be a leader?  Think not just about political leaders but also leaders in business and industry, the arts, science, and cultural leaders. What qualities do true leaders share?  (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab. Please reply to at least 3 of your classmates' posts.  Use this as classroom discussion to refine your criteria of a good leader as it will be the basis of your research project.
  • Using the qualities of leadership you developed in the discussion topic, choose a leader to research from history or modern society who possesses those traits .
  • Identify at least three valid, reliable sources with relevant information about your leader and how they demonstrated those qualities. 
  • Submit a research proposal on turnitin.com which states the leader's name, the characteristics you have identified as being essential to leadership, the three sources in MLA format which you intend to use, and a proposed thesis statement.

UPDATE:  After 24 hours of submitting your proposal, please view your proposal in turnitin to see the comments I have written and to see if your topic has been approved or not. 

  • Vocabulary Unit 7 - Use this website to access the words and practice activities here 

These assignments will be due by Wednesday, April 1, 2020.

Assignments will run from Wednesday to Wednesday until we return to school.

Week 2 - Research project

  • Journal/Discussion topic.  How has research changed over time?  Talk to your parents about what research was like when they were in school.  (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab. Please reply to at least 3 of your classmates' posts.  
  • UPDATE:  After 24 hours of submitting your proposal, please view your proposal in turnitin to see the comments I have written and to see if your topic has been approved or not. 
  • Write an essay which proves your thesis from your research proposal.  Submit your essay to turnitin.com.
    There is a sample outline attached below.  (It would be beneficial to peer revise/edit your essays, but it is not required, obviously, and only through email with no in person contact.) 
  • Vocabulary Unit 8 - Use this website to access the words and practice activities here 

These assignments will be due before Wednesday, April 8, 2020.

Week 3 - Julius Caesar Act I

Below is a PDF of the play.

https://www.folgerdigitaltexts.org/download/pdf/JC.pdf

  • Read Julius Caesar Act I
  • Answer Study Guide questions (the study guide questions can be accessed in the file below).

  • I will discuss the scenes and go over the answers to the study guide on Zoom each day during the scheduled times.  This is not required, but will be beneficial.  Thursday - Scene 1, Monday - Scene 2, Tuesday - Scene 3.  If you are going to participate, please have read the scene in advance.  

 

  • You will be creating puns for professions, similar to what Shakespeare did in the beginning of Act I for the cobbler and the carpenter.  The direction sheet is below, but the answers will be submitted through the Discussion tab.  

 

  • Journal/Discussion topic.  Shakespeare wrote three different types of plays: tragedies, comedies and histories.  Can modern day movies be divided into the same three categories?  What movies are tragedies? comedies? histories? Which movies wouldn't fit into any of these genres?  (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab. Please reply to at least 3 of your classmates' posts.  
  • Vocabulary Unit 9 - Use this website to access the words and practice activities here 
These assignments will be due before Wednesday, April 14, 2020.

Week 4 - Julius Caesar Act II

Below is a PDF of the play.

https://www.folgerdigitaltexts.org/download/pdf/JC.pdf

  • Read Julius Caesar Act II
  • Answer Study Guide questions (the study guide questions can be accessed in the file below).

  • I will discuss the scenes and go over the answers to the study guide on Zoom each day during the scheduled time. This is not required, but will be beneficial.  Thursday - Scene 1, Monday - Scene 2, Tuesday - Scene 3 and 4.  If you are going to participate, please have read the scene in advance.  

  • Journal/Discussion topic.  From what you have read so far in Julius Caesar, do you think the conspirators are traitors or patriots?  What motivates them? Are there any historical or modern day parallels you can draw to this situation?(Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab. Please reply to at least 3 of your classmates' posts.  
  • Vocabulary Unit 10 - Use this website to access the words and practice activities here 
These assignments will be due before Wednesday, April 22, 2020.

Week 5 - Julius Caesar Act III

Below is a PDF of the play.

https://www.folgerdigitaltexts.org/download/pdf/JC.pdf

  • Read Julius Caesar Act III
  • Answer Study Guide questions (the study guide questions can be accessed in the file below).

  • I will discuss the scenes and go over the answers to the study guide on Zoom each day during the scheduled time. This is not required, but will be beneficial.  Thursday - Scene 1, Monday - Scene 2, Tuesday - Scene 3.  If you are going to participate, please have read the scene in advance.  

  • Journal/Discussion topic.  The conspirators plan to assassinate Caesar, not because of what he has done, but because of what he might do.  What do you think about the concept of preemptive justice?  (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab. Please reply to at least 3 of your classmates' posts.  
  • Vocabulary Unit 11 - Use this website to access the words and practice activities here

  • These assignments will be due before Wednesday, April 29, 2020.

 

Week 6 - Julius Caesar Act IV

Below is a PDF of the play.

https://www.folgerdigitaltexts.org/download/pdf/JC.pdf

  • Read Julius Caesar Act IV
  • Answer Study Guide questions (the study guide questions can be accessed in the file below).

  • I will discuss the scenes and go over the answers to the study guide on Zoom each day during the scheduled time. This is not required, but will be beneficial.  Thursday - Scene 1, Monday - Scene 2, Tuesday - Scene 3.  If you are going to participate, please have read the scene in advance.  

  • Journal/Discussion topic.  In Act III, Shakespeare depicts an out-of-control crowd and the ability of a clever manipulator to provoke a crowd to violence.  Could this happen today?  Give some examples from the last fifty years which support your answer.  (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab. Please reply to at least 3 of your classmates' posts.  
  • Vocabulary Unit 12 - Use this website to access the words and practice activities here 
These assignments will be due before Wednesday, May 6, 2020.

Week 7 - Julius Caesar Act V

Below is a PDF of the play.

https://www.folgerdigitaltexts.org/download/pdf/JC.pdf

  • Read Julius Caesar Act V
  • Answer Study Guide questions (the study guide questions can be accessed in the file below).

  • I will discuss the scenes and go over the answers to the study guide on Zoom each day during the scheduled time. This is not required, but will be beneficial.  Thursday - Scene 1, Monday - Scene 2 and 3, Tuesday - Scene 4 and 5.  If you are going to participate, please have read the scene in advance.  

  • Journal/Discussion topic.   Shakespeare introduces a ghost in Act IV scene III.  Discuss the role the ghost serves, the effectiveness of the ghost as a trope, and examples from other literature which utilize the same trope.  (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab. Please reply to at least 3 of your classmates' posts.  
  • Vocabulary Unit 13 - Use this website to access the words and practice activities here 
These assignments will be due before Wednesday, May 13, 2020.

Week 7 - Julius Caesar Culmination 

  • Watch Julius Caesar with this link.
  • Journal/Discussion topic.   Discuss the differences between reading the play and watching it.  Which was better and why?  (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab. Please reply to at least 3 of your classmates' posts.  
  • Vocabulary Unit 14 - Use this website to access the words and practice activities here 
These assignments will be due before Monday, May 18, 2020.

Assignments will run from Wednesday to Wednesday until we return to school.

Coach Larsen has a YouTube channel if you need further information - click here.

Week 1 - Research project

  • Journal/Discussion topic.  What does it mean to be a leader?  Think not just about political leaders but also leaders in business and industry, the arts, science, and cultural leaders. What qualities do true leaders share?  (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab. 
  • Choose a leader from the Sophomore topics file below to research.  Focus on collecting information from reliable sources about your leader's birth and family, early life, career, significance and later life and death.  Be sure to keep track of where you obtained your information because you will have to cite the information in MLA format. 
These assignments will be due before April 1, 2020.  

Week 1 - Research project

  • Journal/Discussion topic.  What does it mean to be a leader?  Think not just about political leaders but also leaders in business and industry, the arts, science, and cultural leaders. What qualities do true leaders share?  (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab.
  • Choose a person from the sophomore topics to research.  Focus your research on birth and family, early life, career, significance and later life and death.  Make sure you keep track of where you obtained your research.  You will have to cite your sources in proper MLA format.

These assignments will be due before Wednesday, April 1, 2020.

Week 1 - Research project

  • Journal/Discussion topic.  What does it mean to be a leader?  Think not just about political leaders but also leaders in business and industry, the arts, science, and cultural leaders. What qualities do true leaders share?  (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab.
  • Choose a person from the sophomore topics to research.  Focus your research on birth and family, early life, career, significance and later life and death.  Make sure you keep track of where you obtained your research.  You will have to cite your sources in proper MLA format.

These assignments will be due before Wednesday, April 1, 2020.

Week 1 - Research project

  • Journal/Discussion topic.  What does it mean to be a leader?  Think not just about political leaders but also leaders in business and industry, the arts, science, and cultural leaders. What qualities do true leaders share?  (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab.
  • Choose a person from the sophomore topics to research.  Focus your research on birth and family, early life, career, significance and later life and death.  Make sure you keep track of where you obtained your research.  You will have to cite your sources in proper MLA format.

These assignments will be due before Wednesday, April 1, 2020.

Assignments will run from Wednesday to Wednesday until we return to school.

Week 2 - Research project

Coach Larsen has a YouTube channel if you need further information - click here.

  • Journal/Discussion topic.  How has research changed over time?  Talk to your parents about what research was like when they did project for school.  (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab. 
  • Complete your research PowerPoint.  Open the file below called ResearchRequirements for detailed instructions.  The PowerPoint should be submitted through turnitin. 
  •                   Click on your class
  •                   Click on More Actions
  •                   Click on Submit
  •                    Type in your name and the title of your PowerPoint
  •                    Click Choose from this Computer
  •                    Upload the file from your computer

These assignments will be due before April 6, 2020.  

Week 3 - Julius Caesar Act I

Below is a PDF of the play.  It is a version which has the original text on the left and a modernized version on the right to make it a bit easier to read at home.  

https://www.bighorn1.com/view/3868.pdf

If you would like to just read the original, here is a link:

If you would like to have an audiobook of the recording, here is a link:

  • Read Julius Caesar Act I
  • Answer Study Guide questions (the study guide questions can be accessed in the file below, as well as the answer sheet).

  • I will discuss the scenes on Zoom each day during the scheduled time and Coach Larsen will be uploading YouTube videos here.
  • Submit study guide answer sheet through turnitin.com.
    • Journal/Discussion topic.  Shakespeare wrote three different types of plays: tragedies, comedies and histories.  Can modern day movies be divided into the same three categories?  What movies are tragedies? comedies? histories? Which movies wouldn't fit into any of these genres?  (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab.
All assignments are due before April 14.

Week 4 - Julius Caesar Act II

Below is a PDF of the play.  It is a version which has the original text on the left and a modernized version on the right to make it a bit easier to read at home.  

https://www.bighorn1.com/view/3868.pdf

If you would like to just read the original, here is a link:

If you would like to have an audiobook of the recording, here is a link:

  • Read Julius Caesar Act II
  • Answer Study Guide questions (the study guide questions can be accessed in the file below, as well as the answer sheet).

  • I will discuss the scenes on Zoom each day during the scheduled time and Coach Larsen will be uploading YouTube videos here.
  • Submit study guide answer sheet through turnitin.com.
  • Journal/Discussion topic.  Which character in Act I made the strongest impression on you?  Why?  (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab.
All assignments are due before April 21.

Week 5 - Julius Caesar Act III

Below is a PDF of the play.  It is a version which has the original text on the left and a modernized version on the right to make it a bit easier to read at home.  

https://www.bighorn1.com/view/3868.pdf

If you would like to just read the original, here is a link:

If you would like to have an audiobook of the recording, here is a link:

  • Read Julius Caesar Act III
  • Answer Study Guide questions (the study guide questions can be accessed in the file below, as well as the answer sheet).

  • I will discuss the scenes on Zoom each day during the scheduled time and Coach Larsen will be uploading YouTube videos here.
  • Submit study guide answer sheet through turnitin.com.
    • Journal/Discussion topic.  Do you believe that Brutus, Casca and the rest are justified in wanting to assassinate Caesar?  Why or why not.  When do we owe loyalty to our leaders and when is okay to betray them?  (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab.
All assignments are due before April 28.

Week 6 - Julius Caesar Act IV

Below is a PDF of the play.  It is a version which has the original text on the left and a modernized version on the right to make it a bit easier to read at home.  

https://www.bighorn1.com/view/3868.pdf

If you would like to just read the original, here is a link:

If you would like to have an audiobook of the recording, here is a link:

  • Read Julius Caesar Act IV
  • Answer Study Guide questions (the study guide questions can be accessed in the file below, as well as the answer sheet).

  • I will discuss the scenes on Zoom each day during the scheduled time and Coach Larsen will be uploading YouTube videos here.
  • Submit study guide answer sheet through turnitin.com.
    • Journal/Discussion topic.   In Act III, Caesar felt betrayed, especially by Brutus.  Describe a time when you either betrayed someone else or felt betrayed by someone.   (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab.
All assignments are due before May 5.

Week 7 - Julius Caesar Act V

Below is a PDF of the play.  It is a version which has the original text on the left and a modernized version on the right to make it a bit easier to read at home.  

https://www.bighorn1.com/view/3868.pdf

If you would like to just read the original, here is a link:

If you would like to have an audiobook of the recording, here is a link:

  • Read Julius Caesar Act V
  • Answer Study Guide questions (the study guide questions can be accessed in the file below, as well as the answer sheet).

  • I will discuss the scenes on Zoom each day during the scheduled time and Coach Larsen will be uploading YouTube videos here.
  • Submit study guide answer sheet through turnitin.com.
    • Journal/Discussion topic- In Act IV, Shakespeare introduces a ghost to foreshadow the resolution of Brutus' conflict.  What do you believe about ghosts? (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab.
All assignments are due before May 13.

Week 7 - Julius Caesar Culmination 

  • Watch Julius Caesar with this link.
  • Journal/Discussion topic.   Discuss the differences between reading the play and watching it.  Which was better and why?  (Answers should be between 100 - 200 words)  This should be completed at turnitin.com under the Discussion tab. 
Assignments are due by May 19.