English I Honors students worked on their planning for their third Schaffer paragraph. We’ll be finishing up in class Monday, so make sure you are done with your regular planning and writing and just need to put the finishing touches and complete some editing. They also went to the book fair.
English 8 students worked on their regular Friday work and went to the book fair.
Journalism students took a break and played (or learned) chess.
English 8 Studies: none.
English I Honors: complete the first draft of your paragraph on “Thank You, Ma’am.”
English 8 students worked on their Friday inference work. English I Honors students finished up the opening of the Odyssey, seeing in the process that it is a prayer to the Muse for inspiration as well as a prologue.
English 8 students did their usual Friday inference and article of the week work. Any student that didn’t complete inference practice four need to do so this week or over the weekend.
English I Honors students worked on their project by assessing students’ articles in the workshop on Moodle. We also debriefed our new and apparently popular form of test which uses confidence-based marking.
English 8 Studies: complete inference practice four as needed.
English 8 students did their standard Friday inference work while English I students had an odd, uncommon split day. Third period students had a guest speaker for Red Ribbon Week, and so fourth period had a bit of make-up time to get caught up.