World Lit. 2nd Period w/Ms.Charrette

Week of Oct 8-12:

Monday:
Warm-up

Begin practicing Magic Lens levels 1, 2, and 3 combined.

Work

Introduction to the PSAT:

1. Read the article “Does the PSAT Really Matter?” https://www.forbes.com/sites/noodleeducation/2015/10/12/does-the-psat-really-matter/#b39505658585

2. In the Student Guide to the PSAT, review the two Language Arts related sections: Evidence Based Reading and Writing p. 11 and Writing and Language p. 18.

– Review the question types for each section.

3. Evidence Based Reading preview

– In the Student Guide to the PSAT, read the passages on pages 12 and 15.

– Assign one question from on pp. 13-17 to each group.

– Students will use the answer guide and question types to create a “student friendly” explanation of the question and the answer.

4. Writing and Language preview

– In the Student Guide to the PSAT, read the passages on pages 19 and 21.

– Assign one question from on pp. 20-24 to each group.

– Students will use the answer guide and question types to create a “student friendly” explanation of the question and the answer.

5. Begin Taking Practice Test #2 section 1.

Tuesday:
Warm-up

Practice with Magic Lens levels 1, 2, and 3.

Work

1. Complete Practice Test #2 sections 1 and 2.

2. PSAT Scoring

– Self-score sections 1 & 2

– Identify weaknesses.

Homework

Go to Khan Academy to practice your weak areas before tomorrow’s test.

 

Log on to Khan Academyhttps://www.khanacademy.org to create an account (you may use your Google account)or log in if you already have an account.  If you need help linking your accounts, watch this video –https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AlveV0131Cw&feature=youtu.be  You can also go to Khan Academy for help at –

 

 

https://www.khanacademy.org/test-prep/sat/new-sat-tips-planning/about-official-sat-practice-khan-academy/a/using-khan-academys-official-sat-practic

Wednesday:

Work

PSAT DAY (no 1st and 2nd period)

 

3rd and 4th:

Thursday:
Warm-up

Practice with Magic Lens levels 1, 2, and 3 combined.

Work

THE TREASURY OF EVERLASTING JOY! IT’S SHAKESPEARE DAY!

 

1. Using Mr. William Shakespeare, pass him around and share what you already know about Shakespeare (general info, plays, etc.).

2. Take notes on Shakespeare introductory lesson. View accompanying videos.

– Shakespeare’s background

– The Globe Theatre

– Plays and language

3. Discuss why Shakespeare even matters anymore.

Closer

Construct mini globe theatres.

Upcoming Due Dates

F 10/12 – Quiz on Unit 4 Vocabulary and Magic Lens levels 1, 2, and 3

Friday:
Warm-up

Complete practice with Magic Lens levels 1, 2, and 3; complete “Synonyms and Antonyms” with Unit 4 vocabulary words.

Work

1. Introduce Elizabethan England research projects; assign topics.

2. Review Shakespeare’s language with OP video; What Shakespeare Sounded Like video

3. Participate in tone activity.

4. Take notes on Julius Caesar background presentation.

Closer

If time, begin reading sections of the opening section in Folger Shakespeare book.

Upcoming Due Dates

F 10/12 – Quiz on Unit 4 Vocabulary and Magic Lens levels 1, 2, and 3

WEEK OF 9/17-9/21

Monday: Warm-up

Label the practice sentence for both level 1 (parts of speech) and level 2 (parts of sentence) – get ready for Friday’s quiz (NO NOTES)

Work

1. Complete the “Choosing the Right Word” activity for Unit 3 vocabulary.

2. Complete questions #1-13 after “Tragic Hero” as needed.  In a class discussion, go over questions highlighting plot and character development, elements of the tragic hero, and figurative language devices used to emphasize a specific idea.

3. Assemble into groups of 4; using the chart on pg. 381, create a visual on butcher paper highlighting Creon’s characteristics as the tragic hero and textual evidence illustrating these traits.

4. In your SpringBoard book, read and consider the bullet points listed under “Planning and Prewriting: Take time to make a plan for your essay” on page 383. Jot down notes beside bullet points that help you to  generate ideas.

Closer

If time permits, craft a claim statement. Share claim statements aloud to the class. Use sample claim statements to revise and edit; share aloud.

Upcoming Due Dates

Th 9/20 – Independent reading novel #2 check (5 pt. grade)

F 9/21 – Unit 3 vocabulary assessment; Magic Lens level 2 assessment (NO NOTES)

Tuesday:
Warm-up

Label the practice sentence for both level 1 (parts of speech) and level 2 (parts of sentence) – get ready for Friday’s quiz (NO NOTES)

Work

Continue planning and begin outlining your Embedded Assessment for Antigone (packet here). We’ll be in the LAB tomorrow and Thursday to type your drafts!

Closer

Mini-lesson on MLA formatting (review)

Upcoming Due Dates

Th 9/20 – Independent reading novel #2 check (5 pt. grade)

F 9/21 – Unit 3 vocabulary assessment; Magic Lens level 2 assessment (NO NOTES)

 Wednesday:
Warm-up

Label the practice sentence for both level 1 (parts of speech) and level 2 (parts of sentence) – get ready for Friday’s quiz (NO NOTES)

Work

Lab 113:

1. Log in to NoRedInk.com; begin assigned practice on “Embedding Quotations.” (Spend no more than 30 minutes on this.) Your practice and quiz will be due Monday, 10/1.

2. Continue planning, outlining, and drafting your essay (packet here).

Closer

Review points for essay.

Upcoming Due Dates

Th 9/20 – Independent reading novel #2 check (5 pt. grade)

F 9/21 – Unit 3 vocabulary assessment; Magic Lens level 2 assessment (NO NOTES)

 Thursday:
Warm-up

Label the practice sentence for both level 1 (parts of speech) and level 2 (parts of sentence) – get ready for Friday’s quiz (NO NOTES)

Work

1. If not completed yesterday, complete the synonyms and antonyms for unit 3 vocabulary words; check your answers against the teacher’s key when ready.

2. Log in to NoRedInk.com; continue assigned practice on “Embedding Quotations.” (Spend no more than 30 minutes on this.)Your practice and quiz will be due Monday, 10/1.

3. Continue planning, outlining, and drafting your essay (packet here).

Closer

Review points for essay.

Upcoming Due Dates

F 9/21 – Unit 3 vocabulary assessment; Magic Lens level 2 assessment (NO NOTES)

Friday:
Warm-up

Review IAN grammar notes before quiz.

Work

1. Demonstrate your knowledge of Unit 3 vocabulary words and parts of speech/parts of the sentence by taking the language quizzes.

Closer

Read new independent reading book and begin book talk #2.

Week of 9/10-14

Monday:
Warm-up

Label the Magic Lens sentence for parts of speech (level 1), and parts of the sentence (level 2).

Work

1. Familiarize yourself with unit 3 vocabulary terms 1-10;  fill in “Completing the Sentence” #s 1-3, 5, 10, 13-14,16,18-19.

2. SB 4:13: Review the literary term, “foil.” Consider the three characters who have interacted with Creon so far. How was each one different from Creon? Jot down your responses. Which character do you think has served as the strongest foil for Creon? How did this foil help develop and highlight Creon’s character? Respond in the “My Notes” column.

3. Complete the reading. As you read, highlight in one color evidence of Haemon’s character as it is revealed by thoughts, words, and actions. Use another color to highlight Creon’s character traits that are revealed or emphasized through his interactions with Haemon.

4. Answer the text-dependent questions (3-7).

Closer

Craft a thesis statement on how Haemon acts as a character foil for Creon; share thesis statements with the class. Revise your statements.

Homework

Please click here for the extra credit opportunity due Tuesday 9/11. IR one-pager is due Friday 9/14.

 

Please click here for another copy of the one-pager assignment.

Upcoming Due Dates

T 9/11 – Antigone quiz; extra credit assignment due at beginning of class

F 9/14 – IR one-pager due

Tuesday:
Warm-up

Label the Magic Lens sentence for parts of speech (level 1), and parts of the sentence (level 2).

Work

1. Take a reading comprehension quiz on Antigone lines 1-893.

2. Go over the Antigone outline provided: complete preliminary steps by highlighting and breaking down the prompt. Summarize the assignment in your own words.

3. Familiarize yourself with the outline structure; on the handout provided, fill in relevant textual evidence for Creon and your chosen character foil. Keep the prompt in mind as you are finding appropriate evidence.

Closer

Independent reading one-pager reminder!

Homework

IR one-pager is due Friday 9/14. Please click here for another copy of the one-pager assignment.

Upcoming Due Dates

T 9/11 – Antigone quiz; extra credit assignment due at beginning of class

F 9/14 – IR one-pager due

 Wednesday:
Warm-up

Label the Magic Lens sentence for parts of speech (level 1), and parts of the sentence (level 2).

Work

1. Familiarize yourself with unit 3 vocabulary terms 11-20;  fill in “Completing the Sentence” #s 4, 6-9, 11-12, 15, 17, 20.

2. SB pg. 359: Review the Introduction to Greek Drama notes in 4.7. List the various purposes of choral odes.

3. Review terms: diction, allusions, figurative language. In the next section of the play, the power of love (Eros) is juxtaposed against Antigone’s impending death. As you read, mark the text for the literary elements previously discussed.

4. Complete the reading–SB 4:14 “Odes to Love and Death” (lines 894-1097). Answer text-dependent questions 3-9.

Closer

Participate in class discussion on text-dependent questions.

Homework

IR one-pager is due Friday 9/14. Please click here for another copy of the one-pager assignment.

Upcoming Due Dates

F 9/14 – IR one-pager due

Thursday:
Warm-up

Label the Magic Lens sentence for parts of speech (level 1), and parts of the sentence (level 2).

Work

1. SB 4.15: “Tragic Hero” As you read the next section, mark the text for evidence of the following: Creon’s further development as a tragic hero, traits and action that portray Tiresias as a foil for Creon, and content and purpose of the sixth choral ode. Complete the reading.1.

2. SB pg. 378: Complete the text-dependent questions 1-13. In a class discussion, go over questions highlighting plot and character development, elements of the tragic hero, and figurative language devices used to emphasize a specific idea.

Closer

Participate in class discussion on text-dependent questions.

Homework

IR one-pager is due Friday 9/14. Please click here for another copy of the one-pager assignment.

Upcoming Due Dates

F 9/14 – IR one-pager due

Friday:
Warm-up

Label the Magic Lens sentence for parts of speech (level 1), and parts of the sentence (level 2).

Work

1. Assemble into groups of 4; using the chart on pg. 381, create a visual on butcher paper highlighting Creon’s characteristics as the tragic hero and textual evidence illustrating these traits.

2. In your SpringBoard book, read and consider the bullet points listed under “Planning and Prewriting: Take time to make a plan for your essay” on page 383. Jot down notes beside bullet points that help you to  generate ideas.

Closer

If time permits, craft a claim statement. Share claim statements aloud to the class. Use sample claim statements to revise and edit; share aloud.

Week of 9/3-7

Wednesday:

Warm-up

Label the Magic Lens sentence for parts of speech (level 1), and parts of the sentence (level 2).

Work

1. As you read the next scene of Antigone, mark the text for evidence of each character’s motivations and beliefs.

2. SB 4:12: Complete the reading; as you read, stop periodically to answer text-dependent questions 5-14. (Pause at line 533 and answer 5-8; page at 601 and answer 9-12; complete reading and answer 13-14).

Closer

SB (pg. 345) Working from the Text: Complete the chart while compiling textual evidence and analyzing what motivates the character.

Homework

Study vocabulary and Magic Lens to prepare for a language assessment this Friday, 9/7

Continue to read your independent novel to prepare for your one-pager (assignment here) – due Friday, 9/14.

Upcoming Due Dates

F 9/7 – Language Quiz (Vocabulary Unit 2; Magic Lens levels 1 & 2)

F 9/14 – Independent Reading One-Pager

Thursday:

Warm-up

Label the Magic Lens sentence for parts of speech (level 1), and parts of the sentence (level 2).

Work

1. Label the Magic Lens sentence for parts of speech (level 1), and parts of the sentence (level 2).

2. Review Unit 2 vocabulary words; complete the “words in context” section in your book.

3. SB 4:13: Review the literary term, “foil.” Consider the three characters who have interacted with Creon so far. How was each one different from Creon? Jot down your responses. Which character do you think has served as the strongest foil for Creon? How did this foil help develop and highlight Creon’s character? Respond in the “My Notes” column.

4. Complete the reading. As you read, highlight in one color evidence of Haemon’s character as it is revealed by thoughts, words, and actions. Use another color to highlight Creon’s character traits that are revealed or emphasized through his interactions with Haemon.

5. Answer the text-dependent questions (3-7).

6. Craft a thesis statement on how Haemon acts as a character foil for Creon; share thesis statements with the class. Revise your statements.

Closer

Fill out the outline of an essay analyzing character interaction.

Homework

Study vocabulary and Magic Lens to prepare for a language assessment this Friday, 9/7

Continue to read your independent novel to prepare for your one-pager (assignment here) – due Friday, 9/14.

Upcoming Due Dates

F 9/7 – Language Quiz (Vocabulary Unit 2; Magic Lens levels 1 & 2)

F 9/14 – Independent Reading One-Pager due

Friday:

Warm-up

Demonstrate your knowledge of Unit 1 vocabulary words and parts of speech by taking the language quiz.

Work

Independently read your chosen novel. Begin working on one-pager if ready.

Homework

Continue to read your independent novel to prepare for your one-pager (assignment here) – due Friday, 9/14.

Upcoming Due Dates

F 9/14 – Independent Reading One-Pager due

2nd/3rd Period: World Literature & Composition
Warm-up

Demonstrate your knowledge of Unit 1 vocabulary words and parts of speech by taking the language quiz.

Work

Independently read your chosen novel. Begin working on one-pager if ready.

Homework

Continue to read your independent novel to prepare for your one-pager (assignment here) – due Friday, 9/14.

Upcoming Due Dates

F 9/14 – Independent Reading One-Pager due

Week of 8/20-24

MONDAY:

Warm-up

Label the Magic Lens sentence for parts of speech (level 1).

Work

1. Meet in the Computer Lab 421 for Technology Systems setup!

2. Complete the Instructions for Technological Information Acknowledgement Assignment, and initial on your 3. Acknowledgement form after you follow each set of instructions. ( instructions here; acknowledgement here)

3. Once you finish your systems setup (including taking the NoRedInk diagnostic assessment) please continue to work on your Knapsack Cultural Narrative (assignment here).

Closer

Review unit 1 vocabulary terms; read independent reading novels.

Upcoming Due Dates

Th 8/23 – Knapsack Cultural Narrative due by 11:59 to TurnItIn.com (assignment here)

F 8/24 – Vocabulary Unit 1 and Magic Lens assessment; book talk (assignment here)

TUESDAY:
Warm-up

Label the Magic Lens sentence for parts of speech (level 1).

Work

1. Complete the Unit 1 vocabulary activities for synonyms & antonyms (pages 18-19)

2. Introduce the Book Talk assignment for your independent reading book (assignment here). You’ll complete this handout BEFORE Friday, then you will use your notes on the handout to tell classmates in a small group setting about your book! Be prepared to turn in your completed handout to your teacher after your book talk.

3. Introduce Greek Theatre

– Fill in guided notes on Antigone background PPT

– View TED video on Greek tragedies and John Green video on Oedipus

– Teacher draws Oedipus family tree on board; students copy down in IANs

– Ponder and Respond: Describe a time you had to stand up for someone or something when it wasn’t necessarily the easiest choice. Explain the situation and how you handled it.

Closer

Begin crafting your Greek Theatre masks with purposeful “decoration” that reflects your character archetype.

Upcoming Due Dates

Th 8/23 – Knapsack Cultural Narrative due by 11:59 to TurnItIn.com (assignment here)

F 8/24 – Vocabulary Unit 1 and Magic Lens assessment; book talk (assignment here)

WEDNESDAY:
Warm-up

Label the Magic Lens sentence for parts of speech (level 1).

Work

1. Read the assignment for Embedded Assessment 2: Writing a Literary Analysis Essay on Characterization and Theme. In your IAN, summarize what you will need to know to complete this assessment successfully. In small groups, create a graphic organizer to represent the skills and knowledge you will need to complete the tasks identified in the Embedded Assessment.

2. SB pg. 310: Read sections “Greek Theater” and “Sophocles”; highlight key information. Participate in a class discussion on important background knowledge before beginning the reading of Antigone.

3. SB pg. 311:  Analyze character motivations by reading brief descriptions and filling out the chart with an elbow partner; class discussion on characters’ feelings and responses to situations.

4. As a class, read sections entitled “Tragedy and the Tragic Hero” and “Antigone and Her Family Background.”

5. Students close their SB books; teacher conducts a “Memory Trivia” game on background information of Antigone. Winners get candy!

6. Go over pronunciation guide for the play.

7. Begin reading opening scene between Antigone and Ismene. Discussion Question: Do you feel as if Ismene is responding appropriately to her sister’s plan? Why or why not?

Closer

Review unit 1 vocabulary terms; read independent reading novels.

Upcoming Due Dates

Th 8/23 – Knapsack Cultural Narrative due by 11:59 to TurnItIn.com (assignment here)

F 8/24 – Vocabulary Unit 1 and Magic Lens assessment; book talk (assignment here)

THURSDAY:
Warm-up

Label the Magic Lens sentence for parts of speech (level 1).

Work

1. Label the Magic Lens sentence for parts of speech (level 1).

2. Complete the Unit 1 vocabulary activity on Vocabulary in Context (page 21), then quiz a partner to prepare for your assessment tomorrow (5-10 minutes)!

3. Any questions about submitting to TurnItIn? Reminder: your narrative is due BEFORE midnight!

4. SB pg. 320: Answer text-dependent questions #1, 2, & 4 on yesterday’s reading.

5. Review indirect and direct characterization; analyze characterization of opening scene.

6. As you read the next excerpt of the play, annotate the text (Underline words that show a comparison or a contrast, star lines that show the conflict between the two sisters, draw an arrow between issues the sisters have different opinions about, and circle unknown words and phrases.) Complete reading as a class.

7. In small groups, discuss the four following questions. Jot down responses in your SB books.

8. View video on the purpose of the Chorus in Greek Drama; in small groups, read the following section featuring the chorus. If time permits, answer text-dependent questions.

Closer

Review unit 1 vocabulary terms; read independent reading novels.

Upcoming Due Dates

Th 8/23 – Knapsack Cultural Narrative due by 11:59 to TurnItIn.com (assignment here)

F 8/24 – Vocabulary Unit 1 and Magic Lens assessment; book talk (assignment here)

FRIDAY:
Warm-up

Turn in physical copies of your Cultural Knapsack narrative.

Work

1. Demonstrate your knowledge of Unit 1 vocabulary words and parts of speech by taking the language quiz.

2. Complete the Book Talk activity in small groups. Keeping your handout in front of you, verbally share insight about your book that you included on your handout. These talks should last about THREE MINUTES per group member. Remember to listen attentively and respectfully while your classmates are speaking.

Closer

Independent Reading

Week of 8/13-17

Monday, August 13

Warm-up

Sign out Springboard books; last day to bring in vocabulary money ($10)

Work

1. In your SpringBoard book, explore the term “culture” (page 5). Work through “Defining Culture,” #1-6.

2. From the table you completed for #6, pick one of your items. On the template, create a Wikipedia entry for this item for someone who has never seen anything like it before. Your entry must provide a drawing of the item and explain the object to an audience that is unfamiliar with what it is, how it is used, and how it connects to your culture (and personally to you).

Be sure to:

– Describe the object clearly using vivid and concrete language.

– Explain how the object connects to your culture.

– Explain the significance of the object to you.

– Use a professional tone, complete sentences, and proper grammar and mechanics.

Closer

Continue working on Wikipedia entry.

Homework

Finish your cultural Wikipedia entry.

Upcoming Due Dates

W 8/14 – Wikipedia entry due in class

F 8/17 – Archetype selfie assignment due

2nd/ Period: World Literature & Composition
Monday August 6th:
 Warm-up

Collect signed syllabi and begin taking vocabulary money.

Work

1. Complete the class reading of “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight,” translated by Marie Borroff (text here). Begin to complete the graphic organizer to document your analysis of the quest (organizer here).

2. Class Discussion: What themes emerge from this text? (What does the author of this piece want us to understand about human nature or life by reading this text?) Why do you think the Green Knight is GREEN? What might the color green represent?

3. Complete the color wheel activity

4. Ponder & Respond (CEI paragraph): Based on the symbolic meaning of the color green, why is this an appropriate color for the knight? Provide appropriate text evidence and interpretation for your claim!

Closer

Complete the “Array Inventory” (Winnie the Pooh) assessment (quiz here).

Homework

Bring required IAN supplies (1- subject college ruled NB, glue stick, scissors) tomorrow; begin Archetype Selfie with captions assignment (assignment here)

Upcoming Due Dates

T 8/7 – IAN supplies needed in class! (1-subject college ruled NB, glue, scissors); $10 for vocabulary books

Tuesday, August 7th
Warm-up

Collect vocabulary $; textbook distribution – TBA

Work

1. Assemble IANs with table of contents, directions, other handouts.

2. Review common literary archetypes and discuss patterns that emerged from 9th Literature/Comp. readings (ppt). How will the archetypal color symbolism knowledge you’ve just gained help you to analyze text and film?

3. Take and score the Heroic Myth Assessment  (quiz here) to discover your best match. Class brainstorm: what are some familiar characters in popular culture that embody each type?

4. Add both personality types to an index card for your teacher!

5. Ponder and Respond: Do you agree with your results? Why/why not?

Closer

Introduce Archetype Selfie with Instagram caption, include at least 3 hashtags assignment- due Friday,  8/17 (assignment here). Begin planning your assignment!

Homework

Begin working on archetype selfie assignment.

Upcoming Due Dates

8/17 – Archetype selfie assignment due

Wednesday, August 8th:
Warm-up

Using the first page of the summer assignment (assignment here), highlight each literary term, then give this paper to your teacher

green = I know this easily and could explain it to a classmate;

yellow = I know I’ve heard this, but I’m a little less comfortable with applying it;

pink = I don’t know this word at all

Work

1. Independent Reading Introduction

  • Participate as a class in the “Epic First Paragraphs” activity.
  • View the John Green “hype” video to get you excited about reading!
  • Discovering Your Textual Lineage: In your IAN, reflect back on your elementary, middle school, and 9th grade years. List any books that you remember making an impact on you.
  • Reading Inventory: Choose a partner that you have never met before this class. Interview your partner while filling out THEIR survey for them. Answer the questions truthfully. This survey is very important in reflecting on your own reading history and interests. We will revisit this at the end of the semester.
  • Learn about books that aren’t boring; go through the “books that won’t fly” list.
  • Discuss alternative book report options with rubric.
Closer

Jot down a list of books you are interested in reading; paste IR schedule in IAN.

Homework

Using goodreads.com, whatshouldireadnext.com, amazon.com, or barnesandnoble.com, find a novel that interests you for independent reading.

Upcoming Due Dates

F 8/10 – Independent Reading novel due in class

F 8/17 – Archetype selfie assignment due

Thursday, August 9th
Warm-up

Collect vocabulary $

Work

1. Set up IAN – review Prezi & add Table of Contents (handout here)

-Add “Every Trip is  a Quest” notes to IAN

-Add Archetypes handouts to IAN; Analyze character archetypes from “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” & The Bee Tree

-Add Color Wheel resource – ponder and respond: if you were a “Colorful Knight,” what color would you be, based on your knowledge of the color wheel? Explain!

-Add Intro to Theme Statements; Review theme Statements for “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” & evaluate/revise your original theme statements based on mini-lesson

-Add textual lineage to IAN

2. Add Magic Lens (level 1) notes to IAN; take notes from the Magic Lens presentation (guided notes here; presentation here)

Closer

Sign out SpringBoard books.

Homework

Using goodreads.com, whatshouldireadnext.com, amazon.com, or barnesandnoble.com, find a novel that interests you for independent reading.

Upcoming Due Dates

F 8/10 – Independent Reading novel due in class

F 8/17 – Archetype selfie assignment due

Friday, August 10th
Warm-up

Complete Magic Lens (level 1) notes in IAN; take notes from the Magic Lens presentation (guided notes here; presentation here)

Work

1. Independent reading time! Show your book to your teacher!

2. In your SpringBoard book, explore the term “culture” (page 5). Work through “Defining Culture,” #1-6.

3. From the table you completed for #6, pick one of your items. On a blank piece of computer paper, create a Wikipedia entry for this item for someone who has never seen anything like it before. Your entry must provide a drawing of the item and explain the object to an audience that is unfamiliar with what it is, how it is used, and how it connects to your culture (and personally to you).

Be sure to:

– Describe the object clearly using vivid and concrete language.

– Explain how the object connects to your culture.

– Explain the significance of the object to you.

– Use a professional tone, complete sentences, and proper grammar and mechanics.

Closer

Begin working on Wikipedia entry.

Upcoming Due Dates

F 8/17 – Archetype selfie assignment due

Welcome back! I look forward to working with Ms. Charette to get you through World Literature this semester. If you need anything throughout the semester, you can reach me at [email protected]

 

Their respective blogs are listed below for your convenience:

 

2nd Period: Ms. Charette        https://hhscharrette.wordpress.com/

 

Mr. Lenahan