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Due Monday, 8/31

posted Aug 28, 2015, 9:44 AM by R. Danielle Cohen

11th: Read Act 1 of The Crucible

Make summary notes (between 1-4 simple sentences) for Miller's character and setting notes, as follows:
  1. A note on the historical accuracy of this play: 1-3 sent.
  2. p. 3, 1-3 sent.
  3. p. 4, 1-4 sent.
  4. p. 5, 1-4 sent.
  5. p. 6, 1-4 sent.
  6. p. 7, 1-4 sent.
  7. p. 8 until dialogue begins, 1-3 sent.
  8. p. 14 and 15 together, 1-4 sent
  9. p. 20-21 together, 1-3 sent.
  10. p. 25-26 together, 1-4 sent.
  11. p. 32-33 together, 1-4 sent.
  12. p. 34, 1-4 sent.
  13. p. 35, 1-4 sent.
  14. p. 36, 1-3 sent.
  15. p. 40-41 together, 1-3 sent.
These sentences should express the BASIC MAIN ideas presented on the pages you read. Be concise!

12th: NO HOMEWORK.

Due Friday, 8/28

posted Aug 27, 2015, 6:56 AM by R. Danielle Cohen   [ updated Aug 28, 2015, 5:03 AM ]

11th: 
Complete worksheets 25, 26, 27
Give short quotes (1-3 words) and page numbers to support your True/False answers, Multiple Choice answers, and Study question answers. For True/False and Multiple Choice you may jot these quotes in the margins.
For worksheet page 27, number 7, give your opinion regarding the five elements that a good adventure story usually has.
For multiple choice (worksheet page 36, question number 1), just give the page number(s) where all the details of the scene discussed appear.
SKIP worksheet page 28 "Independent and Subordinate Clauses"
For vocabulary worksheet page 35, you may use a dictionary. No citations needed. (No quotes or page numbers.)


Due Thursday, August 27

posted Aug 26, 2015, 9:55 AM by R. Danielle Cohen

12th grade:
Think about what characteristics you consider heroic.

11th grade: 
  • Write a one-page (no skipping lines for this assignment) summary of page 34, Anne Bradstreet bio
  • Read pp. 36-37, For Study and Discussion questions
  • Read p. 37, Literary Elements
  • Read p. 37, Literature and History: Women in Colonial Times
  • Read poems p. 35-36
  • Answer For Study and Discussion questions pp.36-37

Due Wednesday, August 26

posted Aug 25, 2015, 9:42 AM by R. Danielle Cohen

11th grade
Read and study pages 23-31
Answer Reading Check questions 1-5 using quotes and page numbers
Answer For Study and Discussion questions 1-5 using quotes and page numbers
Read pages 32-33
Respond to Close Reading numbers 1-4
EXPECT A QUIZ ON ALL OF THE ABOVE MATERIAL

12th grade
Finish page 9, questions 1-10
BE READY FOR A COMPREHENSIVE QUIZ THE ANGLO-SAXONS (everything we've been studying)

You will be charged FINES for lost books!

posted Jun 9, 2015, 11:39 AM by R. Danielle Cohen

Get your books turned in. SEVERAL of you have not turned them in. We are still missing text books, small novels, etc.

I will accept late work until Thursday, June 11 at 3:50

posted Jun 5, 2015, 6:55 AM by R. Danielle Cohen

Really.  PLEASE get those zeros off the grade book!

Thursday, May 28 EOC Exam locations

posted May 27, 2015, 7:55 AM by R. Danielle Cohen

First period report to A-221 at 8:45
Second period report to A-229 at 8:45

Acknowledge the question
Cite evidence from the text
Explain the importance of the evidence
Sum up your ideas

Due Monday

posted May 21, 2015, 6:39 AM by R. Danielle Cohen

Due Tuesday, 4/27/15

posted Apr 27, 2015, 6:23 AM by R. Danielle Cohen   [ updated Apr 28, 2015, 8:36 AM ]

http://www.jonescollegeprep.org/ourpages/auto/2014/1/29/42934518/A_Very_Old_Man_with_Enormous_Wings_pdf.pdf
FIRST PERIOD: read this story and answer all 26 questions on packet handed out in class.

Due Monday, April 27

posted Apr 25, 2015, 7:21 AM by R. Danielle Cohen

Honors:
  • Finish skits and be ready to present. Be sure you have followed directions, and everyone in the group has a hard copy.
  • Answer all questions for "A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings."

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