Literary devices:
A complete guide to short story structure (plot etc.) and the literary elements often used to build stories can be opened with PowerPoint: 

If you only want a review of plot, here is a great Prezi:

Need help understanding metaphors (or a new perspective on how widely they're used)? Click this link.
Literature (full text) you may need for class:
Full text of "The Highwayman":
Full text of George Toudouze's "Three Skeleton Key"  Or, if you prefer to have the story read to you, here is Vincent Price, 20th century classic horror film actor:
Full text of Rudyard Kipling's "Rikki-tikki-tavi"
Full text of Guy De Maupassant's "The Necklace"
Full text of George Orwell's Animal Farm
Full text of John Steinbeck's The Pearl
Full text of S.E. Hinton's The Outsiders  Here you will find the book and the audio. 

Anne McCaffrey's "The Smallest Dragonboy"

Full text of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream    **try opening in Chrome, or see link below. 

Here is an alternate site for 
A Midsummer Night's Dream
MLA format:
Oh No! Mrs. Nelson assigned a paper in MLA format & you don't know what that looks like? Click this link to see a paper formatted correctly in MLA.

Need to make a one-pager but aren't experienced in computer design? Use this site to help.
Need to make flashcards? Use this site to help you do so online.
Having problems with a bully? Firstly, I'm sorry you are experiencing that. Parents and students, please take a moment to read this article to help find a solution.

Need to check the course syllabus? See the attached document below.

Aug 27, 2014, 12:22 PM