Students turned in their signed progress reports. Mrs. Fisher explained how to format essays in MLA style using Microsoft Word 2010. If students have an earlier version of Microsoft Word, formatting instructions are posted on the board at the front of the room. If students have additional questions, they should consult the formatting handouts posted under ”English 10 Handouts.” [...]
Students completed taking notes on their “Elements of Writing: Narrative Essay Unit” graphic organizer. Students also went over the text that should have been highlighted on 193-195 and 218-221. Students received another worksheet, “On Being 17, Bright, and Unable to Read.” Students were instructed to focus on the Close and Critical Reading section as we [...]
Mrs. Fisher will not be in class tomorrow. Make sure you bring your purple booklet and your worksheet. Students will be instructed to read the short story “The Necklace” orally as a class and then do their best to answer questions #1-8 on the back of the worksheet. Remember: your answers do not need to [...]
Mrs. Fisher will not be in class tomorrow. Make sure you bring your yellow booklet and your worksheet. Students will be instructed to re-read the essay “Of My Friend Hector” and do their best to answer questions #1-8 on the back of the worksheet. Remember: your answers do not need to be 100% accurate, but you are [...]
Students completed the grammar sentence for Week 2, Day 2. Students reviewed definitions for the literary elements listed on their graphic organizer. Students began reading “The Necklace” and discussed different reading strategies to increase comprehension. Students also received worksheet to accompany the reading, which they need to bring to class with them tomorrow.
Student completed the grammar sentence for Week 2, Day 2. Students reviewed elements of narrative essays and read the essay, “Of My Friend Hector and My Achilles Heel.” Students highlighted the text, searching for lines and phrases that helped define the essay’s context, point of view, author’s purpose, use of details, and organization. Studens will continue to [...]
Dear Stallions, I just wanted to take this opportunity to tell you how much I have enjoyed working with you over the past nine years. The memories that I have made with you mean more than I can express in mere words. I recently learned that I will be working at Warren Mott High School [...]
Students handed in all their homework for the Revolutionary Unit. Students were given a checklist for what was due. Students received elements of satire worksheet, definition of satire worksheet, vocabulary list and Franklin’s “Rules” packet. Students worked in groups to summarize numbers I – VIII. Vocabulary lists are due tomorrow.