Wikispaces.com Students will receive an email invitation to participate in online discussions about ideas, writings, and/or news items that are thematically related to the core content we discuss in class. Students who do not have email accounts or limited computer access should speak to me individually.
Students should not share their login or password information with other students. Your email account is your login identity. Keep password secure and private.
It is also important for students to realize that the Wiki for our class is an extension of our class, and students should conduct themselves accordingly. Comments or sharing that is hurtful, inappropriate, or disrespectful will be treated as though those comments or behaviors were made in our physical classroom.
Literary Period Lecture Notes
Colonial, Revolutionary & Nationalist Periods Notes
Because this page is designed to be a resource for my students and parents, I hope visitors will let me know if links are broken or parts of the page do not function properly. Please forward questions, comments, and criticisms about this page to email@example.com. I will do what I can to repair problems as they occur.
How to Write and "ACE" Response
- Though this short video describes the ACE process with slightly
different language than Mr. Phillips used in class, it is a great
resource for anyone struggling to generate responses that are effective.
Course Description Honors English III Spring 2015.docx ViewDownload
Students should download, read & share with parent or guardian, print the final page, sign the final page with parent or guardian, and return the signed verification form to Mr. Phillips during the first week of classes.
Jan 16, 2015, 9:32 AM
Unit 1 - HONORS English III Syllabus CRN - Spring 2015.docx ViewDownload
UNIT ONE: A list of classwork and homework assignments for the first unit of study.
Practice for English III Final Exam. Though this released exam is different from the one you will take, it will give you a sense of the 48 multiple-choice questions & the 2 constructed response questions you will answer during your final exam.