Homework

 

Welcome to English Language Arts on Team 7.1!

 

 

Assignments

 
English Language Arts Classes:

Read Chapters 32 and 33 of Unwind, and take some form of notes to record your reading. 

Be sure you have reviewed the Spring Poetry Assignment Sheet (both sides), so you know what's expected for your upcoming presentation; dates to be assigned by the end of the week. Begin your memorization process by producing neatly handwritten copies of your presentation poem in your Writer's Notebook, looking up unfamiliar terms, using visualization techniques, pairing your reading and recitation with physical activities, and, of course, chunking your poem into "bite-sized" parts.

We are creating a small portfolio of our note-taking worksheets, so students should have the following sheets in their binders. Remember that these sheets serve as evidence of your reading, comprehending, and analyzing. You may choose any of the formats we discussed in class; also you may access the 'Handouts' tab for extra copies.

  • Novel Notes from pages 1-37 (You should have already submitted these.)
  • Novel Notes from pages 37-50 (You should have already submitted these.)
  • Novel Notes  from pages 112-140
  • Novel Notes  from pages 140-153
  • Novel Notes for Part IV (pages 157-194)
  • Novel Notes for Part V
Writing Classes:
 
Writing S:

Your "Center Lovell Inn" essay is due typed on Monday, 3/23! Remember, NO MORE than 200 words. Use your clever word work: persuasive, compelling, and descriptive language.

 

Writing H:

Your "Center Lovell Inn" essay is due typed on Monday, 3/30! Remember, NO MORE than 200 words. Use your clever word work: persuasive, compelling, and descriptive language. 
 
 Writing LN:

Your "Center Lovell Inn" essay is due typed on Monday, 4/13. Remember, NO MORE than 200 words. Use your clever word work: persuasive, compelling, and descriptive language. 


Writing NL:

Your "Center Lovell Inn" essay is due typed on Monday, 4/20. Remember, NO MORE than 200 words. Use your clever word work: persuasive, compelling, and descriptive language.