English 10: SSR/Grammar/Resumes

We went over the agenda today regarding the end of the week before break, due dates, etc. Your final draft of your resume is due tomorrow, so I gave those who were not done time to continue working in the LMC. Those who were done and had given me a final copy, read silently. Also, your 3rd independent reading response is due by Thursday night at midnight to turnitin.com. I will move the independent reading response #4’s due date to April 17th, the following Sunday after we get back from break. I gave you this grammar packet to complete by Thursday the 14th after break.

Notebooks will be submitted Friday. Here’s the check list:

Crucible, JC, Employability Notebook Check-Collected April 1st, 2016   ____/50

  1. Crucible Character List _____/5
  2. Bell Work 12.8.15 _____/2 (“Why I Wrote The Crucible” responses: summary, tone, etc.)
  3. The Crucible Notes/Annotations ______/5
  4. Bell Work 1.4.16 + Act IV annotations _____/5 (What happened in Acts 1-3? + Act IV annotations)
  5. Bell Work 1.19.16 _____/4 (Why is doing the right thing so hard? How are the trials so personal?)
  6. Julius Caesar Notes _____/5
  7. Shakespeare Notes _____/5
  8. Literary Terms Defined _____/5
  9. Bell Work 3.1.16 ____/2 (SAT Collab. Essay Reflection)
  10. Bell Work 3.18.16 _____/2 (Why should I hire you? How do you make a good first impression?)
  11. Job Application Notes _____/5
  12. Interview Notes _____/5

We will begin introducing Catcher in the Rye tomorrow. If you’re not here tomorrow/the rest of the week, attached is the PowerPoint we will be taking notes on and the writing assignment due Monday the 11th after we return.


About Emily Mullins

English and Journalism teacher at Berkley High School in Berkley, MI.
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