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Class Work

Homework

7/8
  1. Introduction to course and syllabus 
  2. English Policies and Literary Terms
  3. Literary Terms Quizzes and Test schedule
Please have a composition book for tomorrow
7/9
  1. Introduction to daybooks
  2. Introduction to Administrative Letters Project instructions.
 Make sure the class assignment is complete and ready to work with Monday
 7/10
  1.  Daybook
  2. Grammar Pretest
  1.  Adminstrative Letter Brainstorm
  2. Lit quiz Monday
7/13
  1. Literary Terms Quiz 1
  2. group work on letters
 Daybook
 7/14
  1.  Rough draft group work (20 minutes)
  2. Mystery unit powerpoint
 Rough drafts due tomorrow
 7/15
  1.  Daybook
  2. Grammar Review
 Read "Cardiac Arrest" and complete the question in your daybook
 7/16
  1.  Literary Terms Quiz
  2. Finish Grammar Review
  3. Complete Set Five of Caughtya' Grammar
 
7/17
  1. Computer lab:  write the final draft of your letter to Dr. Knechtel and print off two copies.
Daybook
7/20
  1. Daybook
  2. Brief Friday review
  3. Story Map for mystery storyDUE MONDAY, JULY 27TH
  4. Begin reading And Then There Were None

Follow the syllabus

 7/21
  1.  Literary Terms Quiz
  2. Computer lab to work on 10 Most Wanted assignment
 Follow the syllabus and finish your 10 Most Wanted assignment
 7/22
  1.  Turn in 10 Most Wanted
  2. Grammar Set 6
  3. And Then There Were None reading
 Daybook and see the syllabus reading assignment
 7/23
  1.  Daybook
  2. And Then There Were None reading

 Reminders:  Vocabulary Test 1 and Literary terms quiz tomorrow

Reading on syllabus

7/24
  1. Literary Terms Quiz
  2. Vocabulary Test 1
  3. Daybooks due
  1.  Check your syllabus
  2. Don't forget your mystery story maps are due Monday!
 7/27
  1.  Pick up daybooks and turn in story maps.
  2. Daybook
  3. Continue reading And Then There Were None
  1.  Check your syllabus
 7/28
  1.  Caught'ya Grammar Set 7
  2. And Then There Were None
  1.  Handout about book
  2. Literary Terms Test tomorrow
  3. Murder Mystery game tomorrow
 7/29
  1.  Literary Terms Test
  2. Daybook
  3. "Clue" the movie!!!
 
 7/30  Dr. Knechtel in class  study for test Monday
 8/3
  1.  Novel Test
  2. Reminder:  Literary Terms Quiz tomorrow
 Daybook
 8/4
  1.  Literary Terms Quiz
  2. Caught'ya Grammar Set 8
  3. Clue
 Cause Letter Rough Draft
 8/5
  1.  Daybook
  2. Rough Draft Peer Edit
  3. "Clue"
 Have your Cause Letter Rough Draft in class tomorrow
 8/6  Computer lab to work on Cause Letters

 Reminders:

  1. Daybooks are due tomorrow.
  2. Two copies of your cause letter and a self-addressed stamped envelope are due tomorrow.
8/7

Turn in:  daybooks, 2 copies of letter, self-addressed stamped letter, and letter rough draft

  1. Finish "Clue"
  2. Read "The Lady or the Tiger?" by Frank Stockton
Finish the story:  It should be at least one page handwritten and mirror the style of the story.
8/10
  1. Share your Lady or Tiger endings and turn in to Ms. Johnson
  2. Allusion Practice
  3. work on 10 Most Wanted Posters (due tomorrow)
Finish 10 Most Wanted Poster
8/11
  1. Turn in posters
  2. Computer lab--work on mystery story rough drafts
Rough drafts are due tomorrow
8/12
  1. Literary Terms Quiz
  2. Mystery Story Rough Drafts due by 3:15
  3. Daybook
 Keating
8/13
  1. Caught'ya Grammar Set 9
  2. Keating and Your Verse
Caught'ya Grammar Set 10
8/14
  1. Grammar Composition notebooks due
  2. Theme Analysis of six poems (Group work in class)
 
8/17
  1. Literary Terms Quiz
  2. Grammar Quizzie One
  3. Directing Your Hand work
 
8/18
  1. Caughtya Grammar Set 11
  2. In computer lab with Ms. Knight. Begin work on PRison Poets Project
 
8/19
  1. Literary Terms Test
  2. Continue work on Prison Poets project
 
8/20
  1. Grammar Set 12
  2. Work in computer lab on Prison Poets Project:  presentations due on Monday
 
8/21
  1. No school for students!!!  Convocation Day for teachers.
 
8/24
  1. Daybook
  2. Prison Poets Presentations
 
 8/25
  1.  Finish Prison Poets Presentations
  2. Work in computer lab on rough drafts.
 
8/26
  1. Complete ERCA Survey
  2. Self edit of new drafts:  Highlight all changes you made on the new draft and then proofread.
  3. Peer Edit:  Complete the peer edit handout--focus on content!!
 
8/27
  1. Literary Terms Test 3
  2. Finish peer edits if not completed
  3. Computer lab 308 to type final draft
 
9/2
  1. FINAL DRAFT OF MYSTERY STORY DUE!!!
 
 

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