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Posted: September 7, 2012

For Monday, September 10, create a poem, short story, or illustration that reflects the ideas in Dorothy Law Nolte's poem "Children Learn What They Live".  (Value: 10 Marks)

Posted: May 17, 2012

On Friday, May 18, bring a printed copy of your research essay to class because peer editing will take place.  The final product is due on Tuesday, May 22. 

Posted: May 17, 2012

The Last Tasmanian:  Finish chapter 14 questions for Friday, May 18.

Posted: May 14, 2012

Have the draft copy of your research essay prepared and printed for Tuesday, May 15. 

Posted: May 14, 2012

Prepare a 3/4 page response to each of the writing prompts attached.  Your final copy is due on Wednesday, May 16. 

Posted: May 7, 2012

For Tuesday, May 8: Prepare an outline for your essay. Complete the first paragraph of your essay including your thesis statement. Gather some research that supports your thesis. We will be going to the computer lab to work on essays on Tuesday.

Posted: May 1, 2012

The Last Tasmanian:  Finish chapter 11 questions for tomorrow (May 2).

Posted: April 26, 2012

To Kill a Mockingbird unit test is tomorrow (Friday, April 27). The Book in a ... Project is due on Monday (April 30). 

Posted: April 26, 2012

The Last Tasmanian: Finish chapter 9 questions.

Posted: April 18, 2012

To Kill a Mockingbird: Read to the end of chapter 29 for tomorrow (April 18).

Posted: April 16, 2012

To Kill a Mockingbird: Read chapters 23-25 for tomorrow (Tuesday, April 17).

Posted: April 13, 2012

To Kill a Mockingbird: For Monday, April 16, complete the Trial Document and read chapters 20 - 22. 

Posted: April 13, 2012

The Last Tasmanian: Complete the chapter 7 questions for Monday, April 16.

Posted: April 12, 2012

To Kill a Mockingbird: For tomorrow (April 13), complete the chapter 18-19 questions in your packet and fill out some of the Trial Document handout.

Posted: April 10, 2012

To Kill A Mockingbird: Read chapter 17 and complete the chapter 16-17 questions in your packet.  Also, remember to keep up with your vocabulary and character lists.