Since we’ve had some shifting around of students, I wanted to repost the class Turnitin codes to allow you to register for the correct class.
The Enrollment Key for each class is my last name (capital C) and your block. Talk to me if you have questions.
Class ID: 20105129
Class ID: 18658502
Class ID: 18658519
Class ID: 18658516
Class ID: 18658524
2/5 – Vocab Quiz 3
2/6 – Unit 1 Test (read up on your Academic Vocab & Logical Fallacies for Unit 1)
2/8 – Independent Reading Projects due IN-CLASS
2/11 – Unit 1 Embedded Assessment 2 (Argument Essay) due on Turnitin.com @ 11:59 pm
3rd & 4th Blocks:
Here’s a PowerPoint of just the Scottsboro Boys portion of Day 55’s lesson. It has links to the videos and the timeline I discussed in class.
For deeper dives into better writing practices, check out the Purdue OWL.
This PowerPoint is the lesson I’m providing in class. Double check it for info on what I’m looking for in a formal argumentative essay.
Writing Mini-Lesson – Thesis and Hook-25bapx7
Here is this week’s Vocabulary list. Please copy down the definitions, parts of speech, Synonyms and Antonyms to get ready for next week’s quiz! Quiz 3 will be given on Tuesday, February 5th.
Week 3 Vocabulary – Level E-269ifx1
The last time I won/lost an argument was…
Journal entries are for you to explore and practice your writing. They are graded at the end of each 6 weeks on a completion basis.
Students are responsible for finding Synonyms and Antonyms for the words in this week’s Vocabulary Unit.
Vocab Test #2 will be held on Tuesday, 1/29.
Week 2 Vocabulary – Level E.pptx
Students will create 2 slides on the shared PowerPoint for their class, each containing the following items:
- Assigned word
- Part of speech
- Appropriate picture
- Quote from the novel containing the word with page attribution
Opulent (adjective): ostentatiously lavish or rich
SYN: Sumptuous, Grandiose
ANT: Destitute, Impoverished
“The bosom of America is open to receive not only the Opulent and respectable Stranger, but the oppressed and persecuted of all Nations And Religions; whom we shall welcome to a participation of all our rights and privileges, if by decency and proprie” – George Washington
3 & 4 A: Due BEFORE THE START OF CLASS: Monday, 1/28
3A: TKaM Vocab 1-11 3A.pptx
4A: TKaM Vocab 1-11 4A.pptx
3 & 4 B: Due BEFORE THE START OF CLASS: Tuesday, 1/29
3B: TKaM Vocab 1-11 3B.pptx
4B: TKaM Vocab 1-11 4B.pptx
1st Block only!
- Revise & Type Your Poem: Based on class discussion of literary devices and your reflection upon your writing, revise your poem, being sure to complete all lines. Type your poem and include a list of any literary devices we have discussed that you included.
- Reflect on Your Poem: In a detailed paragraph, clearly explain how this poem demonstrates where you’re from and what you value about your family’s heritage. Restate the prompt, cite at least three pieces of text evidence from your own writing and explain the significance of each in helping you become the person you are today. This paragraph must be typed, printed, and handed in with your poem.
Submit to Turnitin by 11:59 PM on Tuesday, 1/22. Late submissions are accepted but penalized.