For 3rd & 4th block students: Here is the PowerPoint on MLA Formatting. Please follow the instructions given in class and double check your work using the Purdue OWL or NoodleTools, logging in from the Wheeler Library website.
3 & 4 A – Tuesday at 11:59 PM
3 & 4 B – Wednesday at 11:59 PM
Please include an MLA style header, double-spacing, 12 pt Times New Roman Font and a Works Cited page. We’ll discuss that last one on Monday/Tuesday.
Choose one of the following topics for your Argumentative Essays.
1. Which is better: E-Books vs Textbooks?
2. Should robots/AI be allowed to replace humans in the workplace?
3. Should we put GMO labels on food?
4. Can nuclear power help fix climate change?
5. Are US Recycling Programs too Costly?
6. Is Online Learning as Good as Face-to-Face Learning?
7. Do We Give Children Too Many Trophies?
8. Do Kids Need Recess?
9. Is It Possible to Start Out Poor in This Country, Work Hard and Become Well-Off?
10. Do Poor People ‘Have It Easy’?
11. Should Teenagers Think Twice Before Downing Energy Drinks?
12. Do You Think Teenagers Can Make a Difference in the World?
A Day papers will be due at 11:59 PM on Sunday, October 14th
B Day papers will be due at 11:59 PM on Monday, October 15th
Go here to submit your answers to the Plot and Literary Devices questions from “The Cask of Amontillado.”
Please bookmark this page for access to your textbook online!!
Here are the questions we brainstormed in class. Be sure to use open-ended questions rather than closed.
Make sure you submit this form once you choose your project from the packet. Include your name, block, book title and author, and project selection.
Here are the details for your IRP. Read them and fill out the form linked at the bottom of the doc.
Here are my suggested divider headings for your class binder:
These are not required, but they do cover pretty much everything we will do in class and will help keep you organized.