Homework

 Welcome to English Language Arts on Team 7.1!
 
Our focus: the essential practices of prewriting, drafting, and revision, extended reading comprehension of and responding to fiction and non-fiction texts, strategies for vocabulary acquisition, and the identification and appreciation of author's craft.

Current Assignments

Thursday, 5/4:
C and A students will have tomorrow as a work day, and then students should have submitted two typed Reader's Observations for each of the following chapters: 26, 27, and 28; this means six observations total. Due to SBAC tomorrow, D and B students will have until Monday at 2:30.

Wednesday, 5/3:
By Friday at 2:30 (extended from Thursday), students should have submitted two typed Reader's Observations for each of the following chapters: 26, 27, and 28; this means six observations total. You will have tomorrow's class (C and A will also have Friday's class) to work on this.

Tuesday, 5/2:
By Thursday at 9p.m., students should have submitted two typed Reader's Observations for each of the following chapters: 26, 27, and 28; this means six observations total. You will have Thursday's class (in addition to today's) to work on this. *Tomorrow is the Language Arts SBAC testing.

Monday, 5/1:
Submit Investigating Symbolism response of your choice to GC by 9 p.m.

Friday, 4/28:
Finish the Investigating Symbolism response of your choice and have a draft prepared for Monday’s class. Be sure to include at least one example from the novel and the required literary terms.

Thursday, 4/27:
Finish the Investigating Symbolism response of your choice and have a draft prepared for Monday’s class. Be sure to include at least one example from the novel and the required literary terms.

Wednesday, 4/26:
No homework!

Tuesday, 4/25:
See Friday's post.

Monday, 4/24:
See Friday's post. You will be given a small part of both Monday's and Tuesday's class and then all of Wednesday's class to finish up this assignment.

Friday, 4/21:

PART III reading and responses are due by the end of Wednesday's Enrichment; be sure to use DIRECT text evidence to support your responses.

Practice (Practice, Practice!) your entire poetry presentation to be prepared for your assigned day.

Thursday, 4/20:

PART III Unwind responses are due by the end of Wednesday's Enrichment; be sure to use DIRECT text evidence to support your thoughts.

Practice (Practice, Practice!) your entire poetry presentation to be prepared for your assigned day.

Wednesday, 4/19:
See Tuesday's post.

Tuesday, 4/18:

Be prepared for Thursday’s comprehension quiz that will test your understanding of pages 76-117 of Unwind.

Practice (Practice, Practice!) your entire poetry presentation to be prepared for your assigned day.

Monday, 4/17:
Practice (Practice, Practice!) your entire poetry presentation to be prepared for your assigned day. We will continue to read and respond to Unwind in class and begin to compose our own related poetry.

Friday, 4/7:
Continue memorizing your presentation poem; see Memorization Techniques on GC. Consider printing a clean, typed copy of your poem to help you. Be sure your scheduled presentation day is written in your planner!

Continue working on your Google Slides presentation; all presentations should be submitted to Google Classroom by 9p.m. on Sunday, 4/16.