After finishing our lit. term presentations and taking our third quiz, we turned in our bell work. We then went upstairs to begin work on our Julius Caesar essays. Here’s the updated assignment description. The new due dates are attached for the rough and final draft. We turned in our Acts 1-5 reading guides stapled together by the end of the hour.
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After School: 3:05-4:00
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