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HOMEWORK ARCHIVE
Mrs. Oblas

Quarter 3 homework and classwork
(Thursday 3/21 is last B day!!)
**     Vocab Quiz 3/21
26.  Due Thursday, 3/21:  Read through chapter 22 of TKAM, annotate, and do journal #3
25.  Due Tuesday, 3/19:  Nonfiction Literary Analysis Essay--Rubric (this is for a real grade)
24.  Due Wednesday 3/13:  Socatic Circle #1.  Questions for ALL blocks.  See directions on reading schedule.
23.  Due Monday, 3/11:  Portfolio Artifact Organizer #3--You MUST choose an artifact that supports the
        opposite of your argument, or at least one that provides insight you have not yet found/explained.
        The artifact MUST be included.  If it is a book or movie, you need to type up an excerpt or provide
         quotes from various parts of the book/movie.
22.  Due Monday 3/11:  Read chapters 13-16 of TKAM and annotate in book.
        Also, create at least 3 socratic circle questions to turn in.  See directions on reading schedule.
**Due Thursday, 3/7:  Persuasive Research Speeches (give speech, have poster and Works Cited page)--  Rubrics 
21.  Due Monday, 3/4:  Read chapters 10-12 of TKAM and annotate in book.
20.  Due Monday, 3/4:  View Principles of Writing a Great Speech Powerpoint- 
       http://www.slideshare.net/athenamilis/principles-of-writing-a-great-persuasive-speech (copy and
       paste
into your browser) 
19.  Due Thursday, 2/28:  Read chapters 7-9 of TKAM and annotate in book.  Journal #2 due
       (see #16 below)
18.  Due Tuesday, 2/26:  Read chapters 4-6 of TKAM and annotate in book.
17.  Due Tuesday, 2/26:  Brainstorm/outline for persuasive speech
16.  TKAM reading and assignment schedule 
15.  Due Friday, 2/22:  Read chapters 1-3 of TKAM and write journal.  Annotate as you read, paying
        particular attention to the topics on the Socratic Circle handout.
14.  Due Friday, 2/15Portfolio Artifact #2--find an artifact to support your big question and fill out the
       artifact chart.
13.  Due Wednesday, 2/20:  To Kill A Mockingbird Webquest 
        Who, What, When, Where, Why, How sheets 
 
12.  Quiz Friday, 2/15:  Vocab lists 7 & 8
11.  Quiz Wednesday, 2/13:  Online grammar summative assessment Unit 2--prepositional phrases
10.  Due Wednesday, 2/13:  Go to http://library.acadiau.ca/tutorials/plagiarism/   and
      go through the guided practice.  Be prepared for quiz questions on this. **If you tried this link Monday
     night, please try again.  The other link didn't work.  This one does.  Sorry.
9.  Due Wednesday, 2/13:  6th and 7th--make any corrections to your artifact portfolio connector
      and/or your nonfiction portfolio connector if you did not earn credit yet.
8.  Due Thursday, 2/7:  5th block only--make any corrections to your artifact portfolio connector
     and/or your nonfiction portfolio connector if you did not earn credit yet.
7.  Due Wednesday, 2/13 at 9am:  Take the grammar online formative assessment for Unit 2.  You may
     take it as many times as you want through 9am Wednesday.  You must get a 90% or higher
     to get full credit. www.quia.com/quiz/3961435.html
6.  Due Thursday, 2/7:  Read the directions for the persuasive speech project.  Do #1 and #2.
5.  Due Tuesday, 2/5:  Read either MLK's "I Have a Dream Speech" on p. 440 or Mandela's
     "Glory and Hope" speech on p. 445 of your textbook. Use the SMELL acronym to look analyze the speech.
     Answer the questions in complete sentences.
4.  Due Friday, 2/1:  Portfolio Connections Organizer for nonfiction book
3.  Due Friday, 2/1:  Vocab LINCs  lists 7&8
2.  Due Friday, 2/1:  Tainted Peaches handout--6th block only
1.  Due Wednesday, 1/30:  Portfolio Artifact--find an artifact to support your big question and fill out the
     artifact chart.
 
 
 
Thursday, 3/21
1 . Vocab Quiz
2.  Finish Socratic Circle
3.  Begin grammar Unit 3 powerpoint and practice
 
Tuesday, 3/19
1.  Finish socratic circle
2.  Collect Essays
 
Friday, 3/15 (substitute)
1.  Vocab practice sheet
2.  Work on drafts of essays due Tuesday. 
 
Wednesday, 3/13
1.  Finish presentations (5th and 6th)
2.  Socratic Circle (if absent, email me.  Depending on your class, you may have to write the answers
     for homework or you may go next time.)
 
Monday, 3/11
1.  Review vocab and new prefixes
2.  Continue with persuasive speech presentations (7th finished)
 
Thursday, 3/7
1.  Review vocab words
2.  Persuasive Speech Presentations
 
Monday, 3/4
1.  Review Works Cited from last class.
2.  Answer any project questions
3.  Discuss questions for TKAM chapters 1-12.  Begin to brainstorm socratic circle questions.
4.  Go over new vocab lists.  There are no LINCs assigned this time, but please do whatever 
      you need to do to learn these words.
 
Thursday, 2/28
1.  Hand back and discuss speech brainstorm sheets
2.  Review in-text citations looking at 2 handouts previously given.
3.  Review directions and expectations for speech project
4.  Work in pairs to create Works Cited page based off of a source sheet.  If absent,
      open this source sheet.  Use your materials from last class (the WC frame, the EasyBib 
      sheet, and the sample Works Cited page to type up a Works Cited from these sources.)
 
Tuesday, 2/26
1.  Hand back and review artifact #2 (5th and 6th block)
2.  Discuss 3 Rubrics for Persuasive Speech Project  
3.  Work Cited Frame (take notes)
4.  Look at sample Works Cited, etc.
5.  Briefly discuss TKAM
 
Friday, 2/22
1.  Review organizational structure of speeches and format.  Go over brainstorm directions.
2.  Poster review--go around room looking at good and bad posters and make list on Promethean of what components make a professional poster.
 
Wednesday, 2/20
1.  Go over Truth and Cooper as whole class (need to get notes from me upon return)
2.  Works Cited FRAME (5th block did part of this.  Will finish next class)
 
3.  TKAM intro (does not need to be made up)
 
Friday, 2/15
1.  Vocab Quiz (with a few questions from http://library.acadiau.ca/tutorials/plagiarism)
2.  Read speeches from Sojourner Truth and Anna Cooper.  Work in groups to annotate
   them using the SMELL acronym
 
Wednesday, 2/13
1.  Take grammar Unit 2 summative assessment-prepositional phrases. (If absent, you will
   need to email to schedule a time to make this up.)
2.  Continue researching persuasive speech
 
Monday, 2/11
1.  Review standards of honors level effort and work
2.  Discuss research directions and how to record citations and information
3.  Database mini-lesson from librarian
4.  Research time for persuasive research speech
 
Thursday, 2/7
1.  Vocab practice game
2.  Review MLK and Mandela speeches
3.  Review Avoiding Plagiarism notes
 

     
Tuesday, 2/5
BR--Do the vocab practices that are in the list/definitions packet
1.  Grammar powerpoint on prepositional phrases
2.  Watch UN girl's speech and note effective strategies
 
Friday, 2/1
BR--Study vocab while I check LINCs
1.  Play vocab review game
2.  Finish powerpoint for persuasive speaking techniques
3.  Review Ren's speech, discussing what we see from the powerpoint
4.  Watch President Obama's campaign speech, noting what he does well.
 
Wednesday, 1/30 (sub--I'm out for a conference)
BR--Work on vocab LINCs for lists 7&8
1.  Write sentences for preposition pictures
2.  Begin portfolio connections organizer for nonfiction book
3.  Watch Avoiding Plagiarism video and take notes 
 
4.  Journal--How has you writing changed so far this year?  What are your strengths?
    What are your weaknesses?
 
Friday, 1/25
**If you were absent, go to my desk in 509.  All of the handouts I gave are in piles on the right hand
corner of my desk.  Find what you need and take it--I will be out Tuesday, so you need these before
I will see you again on Thursday.
BR--Tainted Peaches propaganda practice (get from me) (6th block for HW)
1.       Grammar Diagnostic Unit 2--take from home with no help--www.quia.com/quiz/3960007.html
2.       Intro to vocab unit 7/8--go over words (see me for list)
3.       Powerpoint on persuasive speaking techniques and handout (not finished)
4.    Assign portfolio artifact form
      
Wednesday, 1/23 
BR—Exam review questions:  purpose (see me to get a copy of this)
1.        Grades, awards
 
2.        Rhetorical Analysis video clip http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/video/persuasive-techniques-advertising-1166.html

3.       Notes on ethos/pathos/logos handout

4.        Types of propaganda:  put on triangle, discuss and name commercials or ads that use them (bring in magazine)

5.       Tainted Peaches (5th only)

6.       Ren’s speech from Footloose:  hand out and watch clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EdkUt4f5wg&safety_mode=true&persist_safety_mode=1&safe=active, list what he does well (7th only)

 
Friday, 1/11
1.  Exam review game
2.  Exam annotations and essay
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
QUARTER 2 HOMEWORK AND CLASSWORK
**Remember, SOAPSTone is due Friday 1/11.  Link is below.
 
**Extra credit opportunity for Story of An Hour if you got below an 85--come to the classroom 
Wednesday morning at 8:15am.  Be prepared to annotate a new story. 
17.  Due Monday, 1/7:  Annotate "Down Under," the Bryson essay.  You are marking anything that
contributes to the informal tone.  Highlight and write a comment for every highlight you do.  You are
NOT writing an essay.  Copies are on my deskin 509 if you need one.
 **No homework over winter break; continue reading your nonfiction book (due on the 11th with your
SOAPSTone sheet) and bring your book to class on Thursday. 
16.  Due Friday, 12/21:  5th block only: Find a short and easy inform and explain article from the 
internet or a newspaper.  Attach it to the handout I gave you.  On the back, rewrite the article for a
new purpose.  It should be clear to someone reading what your purpose is without you telling them.
15.  12/10--Finsih nonfiction book and turn in typed SOAPstone sheet sheet
14.  Due Wednesday, 12/19:  5th block only:  Find an  article from a newspaper
or on the internet.  Try to find a short/easy one.  It must be for any purpose OTHER THAN inform and
explain.  Cut it out and bring it to class.
13.  Due Wednesday, 12/19:  6th and 7th blocks:  Read the inform and explain car crash article.
Read the 3 rewrites on that page and label them with their purpose (all 3 are different).  Then,
find a short and easy inform and explain article from the internet or a newspaper.  Attach it to the
handout I gave you.  On the back, rewrite the article for a new purpose.  It should be clear to someone
reading what your purpose is without you telling them.
12.  Due Monday, 12/17:  have your nonfiction book selection in class (at least 100 pages)
11.  Tuesday, 12/11:  Grammar Unit 1 summative assessment in class
10.  Due Tuesday, 12/11 by 9am:  Grammar Unit 1 formative homework assessment.  Log onto Quia with
        the following website:  www.quia.com/quiz/2457359.html  enter your login name and password and do the practice.  You may use notes.
        Take it as many times as you want.  When you get a 90% or better, you will receive full credit in my
        gradebook. 
9.  Due Monday, 12/3:  Big Question Journal  (if you didn't finish in class)
8.  Due Thursday, 11/29:  Finish class activity (Part 2 of Story of an Hour Annotations)  Type your responses
     in a Word document.  Number each response.
7.  Due 12/7 (revised date):  Of Mice and Men reflection OMAM Reflection
6.  Tuesday, 11/20:  Annotation Quiz 3 &4 
5.  Tuesday, 11/20:  Vocab Quiz 3 & 4 
4.  Due Friday, 11/16:  Revised version of literary analysis paragraph:  Choose 1 of the 3 drafts we
     have done so far.  Revise it to make it your best writing.  Type, double space, TNR 12.  Turn it
     in with your 3 drafts 
3.  Due Monday, 11/12:  Vocab LINCs for lists 3-4
2.  Due Monday, 11/12:  Read chapters 4-6 in Of Mice and Men.  Annotate in your book and fill out your
     important ideas sheet and your George and Lennie chart.  Prepare for the socratic circle 2.
1.  Due Thursday, 11/8:  Complete the  feedback form from the socratic circle.
 
CLASSWORK 2nd quarter
 
Wednesday, 1/9
1.  BR--SSR
2.  Groups present "Down Under" annotations while class takes notes (if absent,
you will either need to copy these notes from a classmate or come see me Friday
morning at 8:40 to copy them from the computer)
3.  Brief intro to propaganda and persuasion discussion
 
Monday, 1/7
1.  BR--SSR
2.  Return and discuss grades
3.  Review "Story of an Hour"--proper interpretation and annotations
4.  Work in groups on "Down Under" annotations
 
Thursday, 1/3
1.  BR--write down the following words:  home, house, residence, dwelling:  write
the difference between the words.  How does each word make you feel, etc.
2.  SSR
3.  Tone activity and handout for classes that didn't do it last week.  Plus, watch 4
movie trailers that show a change in tone.  Discuss how the change is made and
how that equates to tone in writing. 
4.  Hand out graded work and grade updates.  Discuss extra credit assignment--
Wednesday morning, room 604 at 8:15.  Come prepared to annotate a story until 9am. 
 
Wednesday and Friday 12/19 and 12/21 **if you are out either of these
days, there is a packet on my desk in 509 you need to get.
1.  See attached--scroll to your class, as each class is a little different.  Attachments
that can be linked are below.  If they cannot be linked, they are on my desk in 509 for
you to pick up.
 
Monday, 12/17
1.  SSR for nonfiction book
2.  Assign and discuss SOAPstone sheet (Due 12/10)  Get from me next class
      if absent
3.  Continue to discuss the different purposes and apply them to newspaper artciles
4.  5th block--look for and identify articles in the school newspaper
5.  6th and 7th--read the 3 shark attack articles and identify their purpose
 
Thursday, 12/13
1.  Discuss the rhetorical triangle (handout)
2.  Discuss the different purposes and apply them to newspaper articles
**If you were absent due to the field trip, you were expected to see me in advance
to get the work you would miss.  I will leave these handouts on my desk.  You will
need to get the notes from someone else and be prepared next class.  Absences due
to field trips do not give you extended deadlines.
 
Tuesday, 12/11
1.  Read "Elephant Story"
2.  Review different types of nonfiction
3.  Go to library to check out nonfiction free reading book
4.  Take online grammar summative Unit 1 assessment
 
Friday, 12/7
1.  Collect OMAM reflection
2.  Finish grammar unit 1 instruction and practice
 
Wednesday, 12/5
1.  Continue Grammar Unit 1 (see me if absent)
2.  Complete big question literary connection organizer (if absent, you will get to class as
early as you can on Friday so I can give this to you and quickly explain it.  You will need
to turn in all of your OMAM reflection Friday except for this sheet.  You can turn this sheet in 
on Tuesday.) 
  
Monday, 12/3
1.  Begin Grammar Unit 1 (see me if absent)
2.  Finish OMAM socratic circle 
 
Thursday, 11/29
2.  Grammar Diagnostic--If absent, you'll have to see me about this
3.  Continue with Of Mice and Men socratic circle--if absent, see me about
which topic your class discussed.  You can write your comments for credit.
 
Tuesday, 11/27
 
Tuesday, 11/20
1.  Vocab Quiz
2.  Annotation Quiz
 
Friday, 11/16
1.  Vocab practice 4 worksheet  
2.  DIDLs practice sheet 
3.  Big Question Generator 
Wednesday, 11/14
1.  Vocab practice
2.  OMAM--do socratic circle 2
 
Monday, 11/12
1.  Vocab practice
2.  OMAM--check HW, do socratic circle 2 

Thursday, 11/8
1.  DIDLS practice sheet for "Snow"
2.  Review "Love" literary analysis paragraphs
3.  Vocab LINCs for lists 3-4
4.  Feedback from OMAM socratic circle 1, introdution to OMAM socratic circle 2
5.  Review George and Lennie chart and important ideas chapters 1-3
  
 
 
 
 
Quarter 1 homework and classwork
 
**All missing or late work due Friday
20.  Due Friday, 11/2:  OMAM websites--read over, look at the pictures, and be familiar
        with this info.
19.  Due Friday, 11/2:  Read chapter 3 of Of Mice and Men.  Annotate and fill out
       important ideas chart.  Also, prepare for your socratic seminar.
**Friday, 11/2:  Vocab Quiz 5 & 6 
18.  Due Wednesday, 10/31:  Read chapter 3 of Of Mice and Men.  Annotate and fill out
       important ideas chart.  Be prepared for socratic seminar 
17.  Due Wednesday, 10/31:  Write a literary analysis paragraph for "Love."  Choose one
       of the "so what" statements we discussed in class.  Focus on being direct and clear with
       the "so what" and taking the emphasis off of the reader.  Type, double space, TNR 12
16.  Due Monday, 10/29:  Read chapters 1 & 2 in Of Mice and Men--annotate in your book and
        fill out your important ideas sheet 
15.  Due Thursday, 10/25:  5th and 6th blocks
ONLY:  Write 4 "so what" statements for
       "Love."  In the short story "Love," William Maxwell uses ___ to foreshadow Miss Brown's
       death or show the narrator's maturation.
14.  Due Tuesday, 10/23:  Vocab LINCs for lists 5 and 6.  Choose 5 words from each list.
13.  Due Monday, 10/15:  Write "Cask of Amontillado" literary analysis paragraph.
        Type, 12 Times New Roman double spaced--remember to do the things
        we reviewed in class on this sheet.  For your proof, refer to the class powerpoints:
        Block 5, Block 6, Block 7 
 
**REMINDER--BOOK PROJECT DUE THURSDAY 
12.  Due Thursday, 10/11:  Read the story "Love" and annotate--highlight anything that stands
out to you as important or intentional by the author.  In the margins, write your comments and 
questions as you read.  If absent, get a copy in classroom on bookshelf in front of room under TV
11.  Due Tuesday, 10/9  :  Type up "Most Dangerous Game" mcparagraph in final draft form.
Be sure to PEE, use transitions, check your grammar, etc.  Typed, double spaced, TNR 12
10.  Due Thursday, 10/4:  finish McParagraph template; insert your plans/
       draft as if you were making notes for a paragraph you were going to write. 
9.   Due Tuesday, 10/2:  Read "Cask of Amontillado" on page 209 of textbook
       Write 3 "so what" statements you derive from reading the story..."In the short
       story "The Cask of Amontillado," Poe uses ___ to create a ____ mood.  Choose
     a different mood for each "so what" statement. 
**  Quiz Tuesday, 10/2:  Vocabulary lists 1&2
8.  Due Wednesday, 9/26:  MDG proof chart
7.  Due Thursday, 9/20:  Read "The Most Dangerous Game" page 39 of textbook
6.  Due Tuesday, 9/18  :  Vocab LINCs lists 1&2 (choose 10 words to do) *We are doing this
      in class
5.  Due Thursday, 10/11:  Independent Reading Novel Projects
4.  Due Wednesday, 9/12 :  Power of Words Picture (POW directions)
3.  Due Thursday, 9/6:  Have your SSR book in class (every day for the next 4 weeks)  sheet
2.  Due Tuesday, 9/4:  Get syllabus signed and have materials in class
1.  Due Thursday, 8/30:  Letter of Introduction
 
 
Monday, 11/2 (short block)
1.  Vocab Quiz
2.  Finish practice socratic circle for chapters 1-3 of OMAM.
 
Wednesday, 10/31 (short block)
1.  Review vocab and prefixes
2.   Of Mice and Men background information.  If absent, read through the 
following links or look at the pictures to learn this information
3.  Of Mice and Men:  beging practice socratic circle.  If absent, read through
all of this.  You don't need to make this assignment up, but we will have a read one in 
a week, so you need to understand how to do it.  I did take a HW grade for annotations,
though, so I need to see that. 
 
Thursday, 10/25
1.  Review vocab
2.  Work on "Cask" literary analysis practice (part 2 only):  focus on directly
and clearly stating the "so what"
3.  Review "Love" "so what" statements
 
Tuesday, 10/23
1.  Check vocab LINCs and play review game
2.  Work on "Cask" literary analsis practice (part 1 only):  focus on taking the
emphasis off the reader, the author, and the quote
3.  Finish annotating "Love"
 
Friday, 10/19
1.  Begin Vocab LINCs for lists 5 and 6
2.  Continue annotating "Love" on the promethean
 
Wednesday, 10/17
5th and 6th blocks:  No class due to PSAT
7th block:  Look at websites demonstrating mood from last slide of
annotation powerpoint.  Annotate "Love" together on promethean.
 
Monday, 10/15
1.  BR--Write a 1/2 page freewrite based off of the picture on the
  Promethean.  What do you think, wonder, feel, etc?  (Use the 2nd
picture in the annotation powerpoint)
2.  Go through rest of annotation powerpoint, annotating each picture
like we did last class.  Write comments, questions, how you feel, etc. 
Read slides with words.
3.  Read through Sample MDG mcparagraph (it scored a 3).  Highlight
all references to mood; note how the "so what" is clearly defined.  Make
any improvements to your Cask paragraphs before turning them in to me.
 
Thursday, 10/11
1.  BR-Turn book projects in
2.  Work in groups to create "Cask" slide with proofs for "so what"
statements.  Find and put 4 proofs onto slide, then present to class.
3.  Begin annotation powerpoint looking at what annotating is and
what we mark in our text.  Practice on first picture.
 
Tuesday, 10/9
1.  BR--read over MDG sample mcparagraph and add the correct
     punctuation to the quotes. (copies of this on shelf in front of classroom)
2.  Annotate the BR mcparagraph and then make corrections to your
      MDG mcparagraphs begore turning them in
3.  "Cask of Amontillado"--make chart listing examples of dramatic,
       situational, and verbal irony 
 
Thursday, 10/4
1.  BR--SSR
2.  Short Stories--Look at sample lit analysis paragraphs and compare to own  
3.  Short Stories--View inserting quotes powerpoint, work on inserting quotes
into your paragraphs and adding transitions, etc.
4.  Do annotation powerpoint
 
Tuesday, 10/2
1.  BR--study for vocab quiz
2.  Vocab Quiz lists 1&2
3.  Short Stories--Work in groups to reate a plan for turning your MDG "so what" statements intoliterary analysis paragraphs.  Use this McParagraph template and
 insert your plans/draft as if you were making notes for a paragraph you were going
 to write
 
Friday, 9/28
1.  Gates standardized reading test given by the County (if absent, you will
not need to make this up)
2.  Block 7 only--review McParagraph template for lit analysis paragraphs.  Begin work on HW--making a plan for your lit analysis paragraph using one of the "so what" statements we made last class 
 
Wednesday, 9/26 (short class due to ERP drill)
1.  BR--silently read or study vocab
2.  Vocab review game
3.  Short Stories--review MDG proof chart, turn proof chart in, create
"so what" statements
 for MDG
 
Monday, 9/24
1.  BR--silently read your independent book (book talks)
2. Vocab--play review game
3.  Short stories--do "So what" for elements FRAME, talk about MDG proof chart
 
Thursday, 9/20
1.  BR--study vocab
2.  Vocab--take vocab practice quiz
3.  Short Stories--Finish review Frame, take MDG reading quiz
 
 
Tuesday, 9/18
1.  BR--silently read your independent book (book talks)
2.  Vocab--check LINCs and play review game
3.  Short Stories--review story elements by putting them on Frame notes
 
Friday, 9/14
1.  BR--silently read your independent book (book talks)
2.  Vocab--continue working on LINCs, play review game
3.  Short stories--Do short story elements power outline
 
Wednesday, 9/12
1.  BR--silently read your independent book (book talks)
2.  Power of Words--finish brainstorming, "Words
are powerful because they can...
3.  Vocab Lists 1&2--review words and begin LINCs  tables
 
Monday, 9/10
1.  BR--silently read your independent book (book talks), look at sample projects
2.  Power of Words--Watch video clips, freewrite for 4 minutes based off
of the following statements.."power of words, words-they can do anything,
change your words-change your world, and book burning".  Share ideas with a
partnerBrainstorm on board together.  Create list--Words
are powerful because they can...
3.  7th block only:  review vocab list 1
 
Thursday, 9/6
1.  BR--silently read your independent book
2.  Wrap up other intro activities (Course Organizer, syllabus, organizing
binders, etc.)
3.  Name game
4.  7th block only--watch "power of words" video clips and freewrite for
4 minutes based off of the following phrases..."the power of words,"
"words, they can do anything," "change a word, change a world," and "book burning" 
 
Tuesday, 9/4
1.  BR--materials and syllabus check
2.  Library orientation and book check out (students need to have an 
independent reading book with them my next class.
3.  Computer lab orientation 
 
Thursday, 8/30
1.  BR--Journal Entry:  What type of high school student do you want to be?  What are you looking forward to, hoping for, or dreading?  Describe your future "senior self."  Write continuously for 7 minutes.
2.  Discuss syllabus
3.  Tic Tac Toe intro game
4.  Go over Course Organizer
 
Tuesday, 8/28
1.  BR--Read the letter of intro that is on your desks
2.  Begin writing your own Letter of Introduction (15 min.) *See HW above
3.  4 corners intro game
4.  Hand out syllabus and go over materials
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 

Quarter 2 homework and classwork
 
 
22.  **You should currently be writing your speech and studying for your exams.
21.  Due January 6--7th and 8th only--complete the persuasive speech brainstorming
page
  Due January 10 for 6th block.
20.  Over break--Complete your research for your persuasive speech project
19.  Due December 21--8th only:  Final copy of Of Mice and Men or Down Under essay.  Directions are here.  OMAM rubric here.  Down Under rubric here.  (If absent, your OMAM draft is on my desk in 509.  Pick it up so you can decide which essay to revise.
18.  Nonfiction research speech project assigned:  Research will be done next week.  Other due dates are pending.  DirectionsRubricsPersuasive Speech Tips.
17.  Due December 19--6th and 7th only:  Final copy of Of Mice and Men or Down Under essay.  Directions are here.  OMAM rubric here.  Down Under rubric here.
16.  Due December 15--Signed interims
15.  Due December 13--7th only:  SOAPstone handout.  Apply the questions to your nonfiction book.  Answer in complete sentences and answer 2 questions for each box--1 the first question and one other of your choice.
14.  Due December 13--Article Rewrite #2
13.  Due December 9--7th only:  Finish SOAPstone handout for nonfiction choice from book.
12.  Due December 9--Finish article rewrite for "Soul Surfer" article
11.  Due December 7--6th and 8th only:  SOAPstone handout.  Apply the questions to your nonfiction book.  Answer in complete sentences and answer 2 questions for each box--1 the first question and one other of your choice.
10.  Due December 5--6th and 8th only:  find audience and purpose for each article on your handout 
9.  Due December 1--write a complete draft of one of the OMAM essay topicsDirections
8.  Due Nov. 29--Signed SSR sheet for nonfiction book, and bring book to class.  (You should have started to read your book)
7.  Due Nov. 29--THEMES sheet from OMAM (see directions below)
6.  Due Nov. 16--Prepare for OMAM socratic seminar for second half of book.
5.  Due Nov. 14--6th block only:  fill out important ideas sheet for chapters 5 and 6 
                                8th block only:  finish reading OMAM
4.  Nov. 14--Vocab Quiz list 5: OMAM
3.  Due Nov. 14--Make revisions to Down Under essay and have ready to turn in (7th block only)  Instructions are linked down below under classwork
2.  Due Nov. 10--Make revisions to Down Under essay and have ready to turn in (6th and 8th blocks only)  Instructions are linked down below under classwork
1.  Due Nov. 10--Vocab LINCS for Vocab List 5    LINCs chart
 
 
 
 
 
Reading
2.  Romeo and Juliet--Watch Act 1 of movie
3.  Romeo and Juliet--Start reading Act II (7th and 8th only).  Finish reading the Act but
not the notes

Thursday, March 22
1.  Silent Reading
2.  Romeo and Juliet:  Finish Act I and notes sheets.  Blocks 7 & 8 watch part of movie

Tuesday, March 20
1.  Silent Reading
2.  Romeo and Juliet:  Read and fill in notes sheets--Act I sc.1-2 for blocks 6 and 8
Act I sc. 1-4 for block 7

Friday, March 16
1
.  Poetry Essay Test


Wednesday, March 14
 
1.  Discuss intro Romeo and Juliet info
2.  Begin Romeo and Juliet--all classes do the Prologue.  7th block start scene 1
3.  Silent Reading


Monday, March 12
1.  Review practice essays and requirements for Friday's test
2.  Finish Tragedy FRAME
3.  Discuss and note intro Romeo and Juliet info

Thursday, March 8
1.  Grammar/Shakespeare handout
2.  Library--check out free reading book
3.  Finish Shakespeare video
4.  Work on Tragedy FRAME (block 7&8)
 
Tuesday, March 6
1.  Poetry:  Review poem types sheet and read examples
2.  Video--Shakespearean England
 
Friday, March 2
1.  Comma quiz  (if absent, you must come Tuesday morning to room 509 at 8:40
to make up the quiz
2.  Poetry:  Poem read around--travel around the room to read everyone's poems and vote
on your favorites
3.  Poetry:  Start on homework.  See #12 above.  If absent, you are are expected to do this.

Wednesday, February 29
1.  Comma practice on board
2.  Poetry:  Review web brainstorm for "Mother to Son"
3.  Poetry:  Analyse mother "I Did Not Die", do a web brainstorm for it, and review an analysis essay

Monday, February 27
1.  Comma practice on board
2.  Poetry:  Review analysis essay for "Dream Deferred".  If absent, you
need to copy notes from someone.
3.  Poetry:  Review "Sympathy" homework and create plan for essay.  Download these notes.
4.  Poetry:  Finish sharing class brainstorm on "Mother to Son". 

Thursday, February 23
1.  Comma practice (all rules)--last page of packet
2.  Poetry--do brainstorming for "Dreams" and "Dream Deferred" to plan for essay. 
If absent, get these notes from someone.
3.  7th and 8th blocks--begin work on poem "Mother to Son".  Start to annotate in groups. 
Will finish next class.

Tuesday, February 21
1.  Comma practice (all rules)--2nd and 3rd page of packet
2.  Poetry--check homework and go over "Dream Deferred" together.  If absent, you must get
all the notes from someone.

Thursday, February 16
1.  Comma practice (all rules)
2.  Poetry---finish defining terms and organizing them, analyze the poem "Dreams"
 
Tuesday, February 14
1.  Vocab Quiz
2.  commas--review the worksheets you did while I was out
3.  Poetry--define new poetry terms

Friday, February 10

**Substitute in for me
1.  Review vocab
2.  Write literary analysis essay
3.  Do simile/metaphor packet
**If absent, I will get you the work when I see you nextWedmesday, February 8


**Substitute in for me
1.  Review vocab
2.  Do comma worksheets
3.  Watch poetry video
4.  Look up poem examples
**If absent, I will get you the work when I see you next

Monday, Febraury 6
1.  Review vocab
2.  Finish presentations
3.  Comma practice with adjectives (blocks 7 and 8 only)

Thursday, February 2
1.  Review vocab
2.  Comma practice with intro clauses ( blocks 7 and 8 only)
3.  Presentations

Friday, January 26
1.  Review short answer section of the exam
2.  Learn/Practice how to do Works Cited (if absent, meet me Tuesday morning in room 509 at 8:40)
3.  Start new vocab lists 6 and 7  (if absent, go to my desk on Monday and pick up these 2 lists and the LINCs table.  They cannot be linked)

Wednesday, January 25
1.  Review questions that were missed on the semester exam
2.  Discuss what makes a good poster and take notes on the things to do for your poster for your research presentation.  To your rubric, add that you need 5 arguments and 5 facts included on your speech

 
Thursday, January 12
1.  Take the essay and short answer portion of the exam


Tuesday, January 10
 
1.  Finish sharing speeches from #3 on Friday
2.  Exam review packet--go over runons, fragments, and complete sentences.  See me for this
packet.
3.  Look around the room at various posters from past projects, noting the good and bad
things that have been done.   We'll finish this discussion next time
 

Friday, January 6
1.  Watch speeches given by President Obama and UN girl:  discuss the effective
persuasive techniques they use.  Click here for notes and links to speeches
2.  Go over exam review handout--see exam page for more info
3.  Break into groups to read and analyze Sojourner Truth's and Anna Cooper's speeches. 
Find the effective persuasive techniques they use.  Present to class.  See me for copies of these
speeches
 
Wednesday, January 4
1.  BR--write a journal that is 1/3 page long:  What was your most memorable moment of 2011?
2.  Go over persuasive speech powerpoint to learn about effective persuasive speech
techniques
3.  Watch footloose speech (Ren's speech from the movie Footloose) and note the effective
speaking techniques he uses.


Wednesday, December 21
1.  Computer lab:  Research for persuasive speech project


Monday, December 19
1.  Computer lab:  Librarian will give lesson on databases, then students will have time to research their persuasive speech argument
 
Thursday, December 15
1.  SSR
2.  Discuss directions for literary analysis essay due Monday (6th andf 7th only).  Directions are up top under HW
3.  Discuss directions for nonfiction research project.  Research to begin on Monday.  Links to info are up top under HW
4.  Finish Works Cited FRAME
 
Tuesday, December 13

Friday, December 9
1.  Share Soul Surfer Article Rewrites
2.  What commercials that use persuasive techniques and fill out handout
3.  Discuss various types of propaganda and persuasive techniques
4.  Read "tainted peaches" fake newscast and identify persuasive techniques.
5.  Define connotation and denotation
 

Wednesday, December 7
1.  Read nonfiction selection from textbook and fill out SOAPstone sheet in groups
2.  Read "Soul Surfer" article and then rewrite for a new purpose in groups
3.  7th only--finish finding purpose in newspaper articles and read car crash article that is rewritten for different purposes.

Monday, December 5
1.  SSR-read nonfiction book
2.  Brief explanation of nonfiction book projects (see me if absent)
3.  7th:  learn about rhetorical triangle and different purposes
4.  Identify purpose and audience for newspaper articles

Thursday, December 1
1.  SSR-read nonfiction book
2.  elephant story:  read and find who/what/when/where/why/how as well as audience and purpose
3.  6th and 8th:  learn about different purposes

Tuesday, November 29
1.  SSR--read nonfiction book (I will check book and signed sheets)
2.  Share THEMES from OMAM and collect sheet
3.  OMAM essays:  learn how to do on demand essay writing and begin brainstorming for essay.  For HW, you must write a complete draft of one of the essay topicsDirections
Tuesday, November 22
1  OMAM socratic seminar:  Finish last question about themes (if absent, write your responses to get points)
2.  OMAM:  Filled out THEMES sheet--everyone has it on the back of the song lyrics.  In the 3 remaining boxes, write a theme that you think Steinbeck is saying through his novel.  Do not use personal pronouns, and don't tell people what to do.  It should be a statement about life or human nature
3.  Go to library to choose NONFICTION free reading book. 

Friday, November 18
1
.  OMAM socratic seminar: We continued with our seminar, but did only barely got to the last questions.  If absent, write you responses in order to get points


Wednesday, November 16
1.  OMAM socratic seminar on the 2nd half of the book:  If you are absent, write your responses to all of the questions except for the last 2.  We will be doing those on Friday.


Monday, November 14
1.  Vocab Quiz
2.  OMAM grammar worksheet
3.  6th,7th, and 8th:  OMAM journal--what was your reaction to the ending? (write a paragraph response)
4.  6th and 8th:  Work on Down Under drafts--match the comments to paragraphs
5.  7th--OMAM:  read chapters 5 & 6 and annotate
(If absent, be sure to email to set up a time to do your quiz)

Thursday, November 10
1.  Check vocab LINCs and play review games
2.  OMAM:  Finish important ideas sheet for chapters 1-4, fill out George and Lennie chart.  Read chapters 5 & 6 (6th and 8th only)
3.  7th only:  Do integrating quotes practice sheet

Friday, November 4
1. Vocab List 5:  review words and begin LINCs chart  (you will need to look the words up to match them to their definitions)
2.  OMAM:  Finish socratic seminar, fill in imp. ideas chart, fill in George/Lennie chart (7th only)
3.  6th and 8th blocks:  Do integrating quotes practice sheet 


Wednesday, November 2
1.  Of Mice and Men:  Socratic Seminar--class discussion of chapters 1-3
 
Quarter 3
 
 
**If absent Friday, March 30, you need to email me your homework that
was due today or bring it to me on the teacher workday if you want credit this quarter.
17.  Due Friday, March 30--Act II worksheet at end of R&J packet.  Complete the
last page of the packet with evidence from the play.  I have 6 statements from
Act II written down.  You need to find a quote from Act II that proves each statement. 
Write the quote, page, and line number.
**Due April 17--Independent Reading Projects
16.  Due Thursday, March 22--Act I verse worksheet (on my desk in 509 if you need
a copy)
15.  Due Friday--Poetry TEST
**Extra Credit due FRIDAY--attached 
14.  Due Monday, March 12--Must have free reading book of your choice in class.  It can be any type of book over 100 pages
13.  Due Thursday, March 8--Shakespeare notes sheet (you will need your textbook).  If absent, extra
copies are on my desk in 509.  Please grab one and do it before Thursday.  6th block**bring your
text book to class
12.  Due Tuesday, March 6--Practice poetry essay:  Write a practice analytical
essay for "Dreams," "Sympathy," or "Mother to Son".  Spend no more than 1
hour hand writing the essay.  The prompt and rubric are here.
11.  Due Friday, March 2--Get English interim signed
10.  Due Wednesday, February 29--note the tone and theme for "Mother to Son"
and create an essay plan like we have been doing in class.  The essay would be
for the prompt--How does Hughes use poetic devices to reveal the theme of the poem?
9.  Due Friday, March 2--Poem writing assignment--see the packet you received in class.
8.  Due Friday, March 2--Comma Quiz
7.  Due February 23--Annotate/analyze "Sympathy", completing the six step,
noting tone and theme, and answering the questions on the back of the poem.
6.  Due February 21--Annotate/analyze "Dream Deferred" completing the six
and noting tone and theme
5.  Due February 14--Simile and metaphor packet 
4. *CHANGE* February 14--Vocab QUIZ for lists 6 and 7
3.  Due February 8--Vocab Exercise II for lists 6 and 7 
2.  Vocab LINCS lists 6 and 7 (if absent, see class agenda below).  6th block only has half of LINCs  due.
1.  RESEARCH PROJECT DUE THURSDAY--speech, poster, works cited

 
CLASSWORK/AGENDAS-most recent on top
QUARTER 4
 
Wednesday, April 11
1.  Journal--write a 1/2 page on one of the following topics:  tell about your
spring break, talk about your first 3 quarters of high school and what you
hope to happen in 4th quarter, or comment on Romeo and Juliet.
2.  Romeo and Juliet--Read and fill out notes for Act III, scenes 1-3
 
 
 

Friday, March 30
1.  Romeo and Juliet--Finish Act II readng, video, and notes
2.  Review "George Gray" essays from poetry test

Wednesday, March 28
1.  Silent Reading
2.  Romeo and Juliet--Read Act II scenes 1-5.  (8th block finish scene 6).  Fill out
notes sheets for scenes

Monday, March 26
1.  Silent Reading
2.  Romeo and Juliet--Watch Act 1 of movie
3.  Romeo and Juliet--Start reading Act II (7th and 8th only).  Finish reading the Act but
not the notes

Thursday, March 22
1.  Silent Reading
2.  Romeo and Juliet:  Finish Act I and notes sheets.  Blocks 7 & 8 watch part of movie

Tuesday, March 20
1.  Silent Reading
2.  Romeo and Juliet:  Read and fill in notes sheets--Act I sc.1-2 for blocks 6 and 8
Act I sc. 1-4 for block 7

Friday, March 16
1
.  Poetry Essay Test


Wednesday, March 14
 
1.  Discuss intro Romeo and Juliet info
2.  Begin Romeo and Juliet--all classes do the Prologue.  7th block start scene 1
3.  Silent Reading


Monday, March 12
1.  Review practice essays and requirements for Friday's test
2.  Finish Tragedy FRAME
3.  Discuss and note intro Romeo and Juliet info

Thursday, March 8
1.  Grammar/Shakespeare handout
2.  Library--check out free reading book
3.  Finish Shakespeare video
4.  Work on Tragedy FRAME (block 7&8)
 
Tuesday, March 6
1.  Poetry:  Review poem types sheet and read examples
2.  Video--Shakespearean England
 
Friday, March 2
1.  Comma quiz  (if absent, you must come Tuesday morning to room 509 at 8:40
to make up the quiz
2.  Poetry:  Poem read around--travel around the room to read everyone's poems and vote
on your favorites
3.  Poetry:  Start on homework.  See #12 above.  If absent, you are are expected to do this.

Wednesday, February 29
1.  Comma practice on board
2.  Poetry:  Review web brainstorm for "Mother to Son"
3.  Poetry:  Analyse mother "I Did Not Die", do a web brainstorm for it, and review an analysis essay

Monday, February 27
1.  Comma practice on board
2.  Poetry:  Review analysis essay for "Dream Deferred".  If absent, you
need to copy notes from someone.
3.  Poetry:  Review "Sympathy" homework and create plan for essay.  Download these notes.
4.  Poetry:  Finish sharing class brainstorm on "Mother to Son". 

Thursday, February 23
1.  Comma practice (all rules)--last page of packet
2.  Poetry--do brainstorming for "Dreams" and "Dream Deferred" to plan for essay. 
If absent, get these notes from someone.
3.  7th and 8th blocks--begin work on poem "Mother to Son".  Start to annotate in groups. 
Will finish next class.

Tuesday, February 21
1.  Comma practice (all rules)--2nd and 3rd page of packet
2.  Poetry--check homework and go over "Dream Deferred" together.  If absent, you must get
all the notes from someone.

Thursday, February 16
1.  Comma practice (all rules)
2.  Poetry---finish defining terms and organizing them, analyze the poem "Dreams"
 
Tuesday, February 14
1.  Vocab Quiz
2.  commas--review the worksheets you did while I was out
3.  Poetry--define new poetry terms

Friday, February 10

**Substitute in for me
1.  Review vocab
2.  Write literary analysis essay
3.  Do simile/metaphor packet
**If absent, I will get you the work when I see you nextWedmesday, February 8


**Substitute in for me
1.  Review vocab
2.  Do comma worksheets
3.  Watch poetry video
4.  Look up poem examples
**If absent, I will get you the work when I see you next

Monday, Febraury 6
1.  Review vocab
2.  Finish presentations
3.  Comma practice with adjectives (blocks 7 and 8 only)

Thursday, February 2
1.  Review vocab
2.  Comma practice with intro clauses ( blocks 7 and 8 only)
3.  Presentations

Friday, January 26
1.  Review short answer section of the exam
2.  Learn/Practice how to do Works Cited (if absent, meet me Tuesday morning in room 509 at 8:40)
3.  Start new vocab lists 6 and 7  (if absent, go to my desk on Monday and pick up these 2 lists and the LINCs table.  They cannot be linked)

Wednesday, January 25
1.  Review questions that were missed on the semester exam
2.  Discuss what makes a good poster and take notes on the things to do for your poster for your research presentation.  To your rubric, add that you need 5 arguments and 5 facts included on your speech
 
14.  Due Friday--compliment cards and bring textbooks to turn in
13.  Due Wednesday--6th block ONLY--visual journal pages for Romeo and Juliet
15.  Due Wednesday or Friday (date assigned in class)--class review activity
14.  Due Wednesday, May 23--Prepare for socratic seminar on TKAM chapters 19-31
13.  Due Wednesday, May 23--7th and 8th blocks ONLY--visual journal pages for Romeo
and Juliet
12.  Due Monday, May 21--Read chapters 28-31 of TKAM and be prepared for
socratic seminar:  questions are last 3 on first seminar page
11.  Due Thursday, May 17--Read chapters 22-27 of TKAM and fill out notes sheet
10.  Due Friday, May 11--Read chapters 19-21 of TKAM and fill out notes sheet
**Vocab QUIZ Friday, May 11
9.  Due Wednesday, May 8--Read chapters 16-18 of TKAM and be prepared
for the socratic seminar
8.  Due Monday, May 7--Spend 15 minutes only to read the paragraph from "The
Landlady" and annotate the page according to the prompt.  There are copies
on my desk in 509 for absent students 
7.  Due Monday, May 7--Read chapters 13-15 of TKAM and fill out notes sheet
 **Rest of year schedule 
6.  Due Tuesday, May 1--Revised and final version of "Hair" essay--typed, double spaced,
including all the elements we went over in class Friday.  (see class plans below)
5.  Due Thursday, May 3--Read chapters 10-12 of TKAM and fill out notes sheet 
(notice, this is changed
from Tuesday)
**TKAM reading schedule   
4.  Due Friday, April 27--Read chapters 7-9 of TKAM and fill out
notes sheet
**TKAM socratic seminar due after reading chapters 1-18
3.  Due Monday, April 23--Read chapters 1-6 of TKAM and fill out notes sheet
 
2.  Due Monday, April 23--To Kill A Mockingbird Webquest
  who, what, when, where, why, how sheet
1. Due  April 17--
Independent Reading Projects
 
Wednesday, May 30
1.  Exam review led by student groups
2.  Grade reports given out
3.  Compliment cards
 
Friday, May 25
1.  Romeo and Juliet exam review questions
2.  Give out exam review study guide
3.  Finish socratic seminar
4.  Assign partner review teaching project (if absent, a group may have claimed you and should have
already explained this to you.  If not, we'll fill you in on Wednesday and you will present Friday.)
5.  6th block only--work on visual journal pages
 
Wednesday, May 23
1.  Romeo and Juliet exam review questions
2.  Socratic Seminar on TKAM
7th and 8th--discuss the ending of the novel, both the Tom Robinson trial and the Bob Ewell
issue
6th--discuss the innocence of the children, the irony in the novel, the maturation of Scout and
Jem
 
Monday, May 21
1.  Romeo and Juliet exam review questions
2.  6th block--socratic seminar on TKAM discussing Tom Robinson, the trial, Bob Ewell, and
Boo Radley
3.  7th and 8th--work on visual journals all class
 
Thursday, May 17
1.  TKAM reading quiz chapters 22-27
2.  Finish socratic seminar chapters 1-18
3.  Work on page for class visual journals--if absent, you will do this next week in class.
 
Tuesday, May 15
1.  Honors Assessment Essay Test
 
Friday, May 11
1.  Vocab quiz
2.  Essay review for honors assessment--go over Cofer essays, look at my notes,
and read student sample--go over Landlady annotations and web (if absent,
go to my desk in 509 to get these notes and your graded Cofer essay.  I will be out
on Tuesday, so please go get these on Monday to better prepare for the essay test.
You will make up your vocab quiz Thursday morning at 8:35 in 509.)
 
Wednesday, May 9
1.  Vocab review
2.  Give out grade updates
3.  Socratic seminar on chapters 1-18 of TKAM.  (If absent, you need to type responses
to the follow topics:  courage, education, tolerance)
 
Monday, May 7
1.  Vocab review
2.  TKAM--collected notes for chapters 13-15
3.  Review "Hair" essay that have been graded
4.  In-class essay on Cofer personal essay (1 hour)
 
Thursday, May 3
1.  TKAM--reading quiz chapters 10-12
2.  Romeo and Juliet--motifs, themes, symbols (if absent, see me for notes)
 
Tuesday, May 1
1.  Give out Schedule for rest of year
2.  Collect essays
3.  Romeo and Juliet--do terms review sheet (match the term to the quote--some have more
than one answer and a few are used twice), watch Act V video, and discuss a few other
wrap up items
 
Friday, April 27
1.  TKAM:  Review Chapters 7-9 and turn in notes
2.  Sandra Cisneros "Hair" essays:  Work in partners to do a writing plan (see below) for the
"Hair" essay.  Next, look at student example essays and give them a score of 1/2/3/4.  Look
at the teacher essays and the graded rubric to understand why each essay got the score it did. 
Talk about how to make your essay a 4.
Essay plan--be sure to discuss figurative language, sound devices, and structure/comparison.
Be sure to explain each character's personality.  Use present tense, no personal words,
integrate your quotes, and check your grammar.  If absent, you may copy someone else's
essay plan/web that contains all the info that must go into your essay.
 
Wednesday, April 25
1.  Romeo and Juliet:  Read and do notes sheet for Act V.  The notes are on the
back of the imagery sheet we did last class.  You need to think of "if/then" statements
that happen in Act V.  For example, "if X did or did not happen, then Y might have or might
not have happened---if Romeo had checked on Balthasar's news, then he would know that
Juliet was really alive."
2.  "Hair" essays--we started revising the essays you guys wrote awhile back.  This is not
something you can do on your own, so I'll have to give it to you in class if you were absent.
 
Monday, April 23
1.  Romeo and Juliet:  Act IV reading comprehension questions, watch Act IV video,
do Act IV imagery worksheet  (if absent, come get both handouts from my desk and do
for Wednesday)
2.  To Kill A Mockingbird:  Collect and discuss webquest, take reading quiz chapters
1-6 and discuss chapters 1-6
 
Thursday, April 19
1.  Review vocab and check LINCs
2.  Read and take notes for Act 4 of Romeo and Juliet
3.  Discuss upcoming assignments in TKAM
 
Tuesday, April 17
1.  Independent reading novel presentations
2.  New vocab list #1 and vocab list #2 from TKAM--review words and begin LINCs table
 
Friday, April 13
1.  Assigned and discussed webquest for TKAM as noted in HW above.
2.  Romeo and Juliet--Finished Act III reading, notes, and movie.  If absent, you
need to read and fill out the notes sheet
 
Wednesday, April 11
1.  Journal--write a 1/2 page on one of the following topics:  tell about your
spring break, talk about your first 3 quarters of high school and what you
hope to happen in 4th quarter, or comment on Romeo and Juliet.
2.  Romeo and Juliet--Read and fill out notes for Act 3, scenes 1-3


 
 
 
 
 
  
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 

Grading Policy-
 
Turn assignments in on time to receive full credit.  You may turn homework in late, but you will receive 60% credit  Projects and papers have the grading policy stated on the rubric.
 
Note-
 
Mrs. Oblas is not here on A days, so if you are absent, download your work from here and email with any questions.