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Updated: Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Wednesday, March 4 is a holiday
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2015 Finals Schedule
Updated: August 1, 2014
Use of English
Updated on August 1, 2014
Updated: August 1, 2014
Newer or current assignments are in red
Tell the number pages for read for the king
Be ready for show and tell if you are scheduled
Turn in Sparks tests
Speeches will be presented on Thursday. Choose your own person for a biographical speech. 3 minutes maximum including intro and conclusion. No entertainment/sports
Thursday: vocab 9 quiz 5, grammar: irregular verbs, part 3 (page 156):
lose, make, ride, run, say, see, sell, shut, sing, sink, sleep, spring, stand, steal, swim, tell, think,write
Do one Read Theory daily from Monday, January 12 through March 6. (54)
Journals entries should = 30
All journal assignments ('IP7 J' notebook)
1. Topic sentence
2. Topic sentence
3. Unforgettable dream
4. Main idea of All American Slurp
5. Ta Na E Ka questions, p. 15
6. Junior Camp experience
7. All American Slurp story summary
8. Ember summary
9. Qualities that make me special
10.I deserve a ___ in English for three good reasons.
11. Why we should not game the system
Do one Read Theory exercise each day from January 12 through March 6. (54 points possible)
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Final Exam Schedule:
Thursday, Mar. 5: Speaking
Friday, Mar. 6: Speaking
Monday, Mar. 9: Listening and Reading Comprehension
Tuesday, Mar. 10: Grammar and Vocabulary
Wednesday, Mar. 11: Writing
Thursday, Mar. 12: Re-exam Period
Persuasive Speeches will be performed on Thursday, March 5th.
Zlateh the Goat test on Tuesday, March 3rd.
Journal Topic 1: What you're most looking forward to this semester, and why?
Journal Topic 2: Video Response - Thai Youth Soccer Team - Due on Friday, October 17th.
Journal Topic 3: Video Response - Thai Feel Good Story - Due on Tuesday, October 21st.
Journal Topic 4: Compare/Contrast - Nature versus Man-made - Due on Wednesday, October 22nd.
Journal Topic 5: Video Response - HeForShe Campaign - Due on Wednesday, October 29th.
Journal Topic 6: Video Response - The Ultimate Question - Due on Wednesday, November 5th.
Journal Topic 7: Video Response - Don't Judge a Book by its Cover
Journal Topic 8: Senior Project Response
Journal Topic 9: Christmas: A Time for Giving - Due on Wednesday, November 19th.
Journal Topic 10: The Importance of Teamwork - Due on Friday, November 21st.
Journal Topic 11: Video Response - Never give Up - Due on Wednesday, December 3rd.
Journal Topic 12: Video Response - Bullying - Due on Tuesday, December 9th.
Journal Topic 13: Free Response - Preparation for next speech topic - Due on Monday, December 15th.
Journal Topic 14: New Year's Resolutions
Journal Topic 15: Jane Elliott Experiment inspired by Dr. MLK Jr. - Due on Friday, January 16th.
Journal Topic 16: State of the Union: If you were going to become the president, what would be your first priority, and why?
Journal Topic 17: Creative Writing corrections
Journal Topic 18: New Motivation - What motivates you?
Journal Topic 19: Do the right thing.
Journal Topic 20: The Importance of Laughter
Journal Topic 21: Free Topic (Due by Friday, March 13th)
Journal Topic 22: Free Topic (Due by Friday, March 13th)
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Each student must complete complete at least 1 quiz, 3 days each week. Plus, complete two quizzes over the weekend.
Total = 5 Read Theory quizzes each week
Workbook, 11-7 all, 11-8, 1-5
Review worksheet p. 2 due Thursday
Finish Stone Inscription and Sukhothai Rise for Thursday
Current events presentations:
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Radio Show Topics 2014.doc View Download
Radio for February 23-27
| Monday || Tuesday || Wednesday || Thursday || Friday |
| Group 8|
| Group 9|
| Group 4|
Quiz on Thursday
*japanese summative on Monday
-งานในหนังสือ หน้า28,29,30 ส่งวันพรุ่งนี้
Test in classroom on Thursday