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Posted: March 3, 2016

English 9 - Hey there!  We'll be starting some presentations tomorrow!  Be sure yours is tailored to fit the rubric we came up with together.  Can't wait!

English 121 - Nothing for tomorrow!  We'll talk about your thesis ideas (I'll also give you the general outline form you'll work with - it'll need to be approved before you write your essay), and we'll complete an in-class assignment using a very strange little short story...

Due Date: 

Thursday, March 3, 2016

Posted: March 1, 2016

English 9 - Thanks for completing your MLA-formatted research essays!  You should aim to have your presentation completed by the end of class tomorrow, and we'll start presenting on Thursday!

English 121 - Thank you for completing your non-fiction selection for today.  For tomorrow, please identify the thesis you'll prove or disprove in the essay you'll be writing.  For Thursday, please have your Article of the Week done (thanks, Noah!), along with Flowers for Algernon (complete with notation ON the story, made DURING your reading, and a great response to the question we developed). 

Due Date: 

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Posted: November 16, 2015

English 9 - Article of the Week is due for tomorrow (Tuesday).English 122 - Article of the Week due for Wednesday, and the One-Pager and novel notes for your non-fiction selection are due on Nov. 27.  In class today, we completed Act 3, and we will work on the "making predictions" assignment tomorrow.

Posted: October 19, 2015

Eng 9 - Your Article of the Week is due on Wednesday.  Also, remember to have your book with you at all times, but especially for our SSR on Tuesday and Friday.  It'll give you a jump on getting some reading done for the Book-A-Month that's due on Oct. 30.Eng 122 - AotW due on Wednesday.  Your supported reserach essay is due tomorrow.  Be sure it aligns with everything indicated on the rubric - assure yourself some success!  Tomorrow, we'll continue frontloading for Dr. Faustus.
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Posted: October 5, 2015

English 9 - Your Article of the Week is due WEDNESDAY.  Nice work with Figurative vs Literal language, today, too!English 122 - Ditto on your Article of the Week.  Also, you selected October 20 as the due date for your supported research essay.

Posted: September 30, 2015

English 9 - Thanks for handing in your Book-A-Month today.  If you didn't, then it's due tomorrow, right?  Your letter (ALL parts included!) wil be due by the end of class tomorow.English 122 - Good work on your test today, folks.  You can finish it tomorrow. Also, don't forget about your Reflection, due Friday.

Posted: September 29, 2015

English 9 - Hi there!  Your Book A Month is due tomorrow, and your friendly letter is due on Thursday!English 122 - Short story test tomorrow!  Yessssssss!!!!

Posted: September 23, 2015

English 9 - GREAT work today developing the outline for your friendly letter, the third step in the process.  Tomorrow, as a class, we'll create the rubric that I'll use to score it when it's finished.  Let's reward what's taking the most of your efforts!English 122 - Terrific analysis today of the title and character motivations in Stephen King's "A Death".  We'll finish that tomorrow, then do the "dual story" approach!  Can't wait!

Posted: September 22, 2015

English 9 - Hey there!  Your Article of the Week is due at the BEGINNING of class tomorrow.  We'll have a say, then get back to work on the next step in the process of your letter back to me!English 122 - Hi!  Your AotW is also due tomorrow.  Please finish "The Death" if you haven't already...and don't forget your Reflection due this Friday!

Posted: September 17, 2015

English 9 - GREAT job with the Bloom's Taxonomy for Thinking questions you created!   Tomorrow, we'll tackle the first step of the friendly letter you'll be writing to me...by reading one that I wrote to YOU!  REMINDER: Your September Book-A-Month is due in a couple of weeks... English 122 - Terrific work in class today, folks. I really enjoyed your views on "The Man Who Was Almost A Man".  Tomorrow, after you hand in your Reflections, we'll start our second story (by Stephen King). 

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