ENGLISH 8, 10, 11, 12 & VOCES: DUE 06/13/2017

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ENGLISH 8, 10, 11, 12 & VOCES: DUE 06/13/2017

Post by GinnyLight » Mon Jun 12, 2017 7:58 am

ENGLISH 8
1. Our English 8 final will be on Tuesday, June 13th, 9:30-11:30 a.m. Please review your midterm, Q3 Quarterly, William Golding’s Lord of the Flies, your notes on The Hunger Games, and essay questions.
2. If you would like extra credit, you may turn in essay corrections by TUESDAY, June 13th. Please remember: you need your original writing and to write out each and every rule and correction. DO NOT SKIP ANY STEPS!!!!!


VOCES DE LOS ANDES
HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!!! SEE YOU IN SEPTEMBER!!!


BRITISH LITERATURE
HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!!! SEE YOU IN SEPTEMBER!!!


ENGLISH 10
HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!!! SEE YOU IN SEPTEMBER!!!


AMERICAN LITERATURE
1. Our American Literature final will be on Wednesday, June 14th, 9:30-11:30 a.m. Please review your midterm, Q3 Quarterly, (2) Q4 quizzes, and essay questions.




Please note: Your participation grade in class is based on the following items (further delineated in your syllabus):
3 Effort (makes a solid attempt to do work, even if unsure)
3 Participates (regularly contributes in meaningful ways to class discussions)
3 Demonstrates knowledge of concepts (masters and can implement concepts)
3 Contributes to discussions (offers useful insights or seeks clarification through thoughtful inquiry)
3 Works independently (not chatty or off task)
3 Works well with others (respectful, polite, does not disrupt his/her own or others’ learning, etc.)
3 Uses time wisely (on task, works solely on English work in class)
3 Follows written directions (reads assignments thoroughly; adheres to school policies—e.g., no gum, food, liquids, cell phones, etc.; complies with homework directions)
3 Follows oral directions (active listening)
3 Comes prepared with materials (e.g., pens, pencils, books, handouts, etc.)
3 Classroom citizenship (leaves classroom better than he/she found it; owns his/her own work—e.g., does not make excuses for incomplete work; reads T-D homework website regularly and speaks to peers if absent to find out what he/she missed)

HOMEWORK PROCEDURES:

1. Students should write in COMPLETE, LEGIBLE, LITERATE SENTENCES.
2. When discussing literature, you should write in the PRESENT TENSE.
3. When answering a question, you should provide TEXTUAL EVIDENCE (e.g., a word, phrase, clause, or sentence) to support your response.
4. When providing TEXTUAL EVIDENCE for your response, you should INTRODUCE QUOTATIONS and USE PROPER PUNCTUATION (E.G., COMMAS, QUOTATION MARKS, ETC.).
5. You should PROOFREAD your homework for ACCURACY, CORRECT SPELLING, GRAMMAR, USAGE, AND MECHANICS.
6. If you are unsure of form, refer to OWL PURDUE online.
Ms. G. Light
Upper School English Teacher
Thornton-Donovan School

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