Daily Assignments


Reading Inventory



Explanation of Summer Reading






Thursday-Friday--November 15-16, 2018
Business:
    Reading chapter 24 for the next time.
    Writer’s Notebook due today
    Quiz on Monday/Tuesday
    Graphic Novels due end of class today. Don’t rush. Get as far as you can doing quality work. You will be graded on:
  1. Insight 
  2. Presentation

    Writer’s Notebook turned in:
Pre-reading for Frankenstein
Revealing Moments: The Letters and Chapter 1
WN: Fishbowl Discussion
Victor Becomes Creator: Chapters 2-5
Justin Moritz and the Ghost Story
The Nature of the Creature--Chapter 12
Generalizing from the Monster’s Rise and Fall
Paragraphs and Parts: Chapters 13-16
Graphic Novel Planning
DQs:
Considering Victor’s marriage with Elizabeth:
  • Evaluate:
    Victor’s handling of his marriage with Elizabeth.
    Victor’s efforts to involve law enforcement.
    Victor’s remorse--is it legitimate?

Time to work on Graphic Novels

Tuesday-Wednesday--November 13-14,  2018
Business:
  • Chapters 21-23 for the next time
  • 24 for the next time
  • The quiz will be in Monday/Tuesday
  • Writer’s Notebook is due next time:
    • Pre-reading for Frankenstein
    • Revealing Moments: The Letters and Chapter 1
    • WN: Fishbowl Discussion
    • Victor Becomes Creator: Chapters 2-5
    • Justin Moritz and the Ghost Story
    • The Nature of the Creature--Chapter 12
    • Generalizing from the Monster’s Rise and Fall
    • Paragraphs and Parts: Chapters 13-16
    • Graphic Novel Planning
DQs:
  • Did Victor do the right thing in destroying the monster’s mate? Evaluate Victor’s reasoning in chapter 17 when he agrees to create the mate. Evaluate his thinking in chapter 20 when he decides to destroy the mate. Which decision is more rational?
WN: Graphic Novel Planning
Before you start the actual graphic novel, brainstorm in your writer’s notebook. Do the following:
  • State your theme.
  • List and briefly describe what will go on each of your 20 frames.

  • This is done entirely in class and due at the end of next class.



Friday & Monday--November 9 & 13, 2018
Business:
Read chapters 17-20 for next time.

LT: Provide strong text-based commentary through the use of generalizations.

DQs: Considering the arrival of the Arabian and the creature’s failed attempt to make friends, evaluate:
Shelley’s storytelling
The creature’s thoughts and actions
Victor’s role in all of this

Generalizing from the Monster’s Rise and Fall: Chapters 13-16
Paragraphs and Parts: Chapters 13-16

Wednesday-Thursday--November 7-8, 2018
Business:
  • Reading chapters 13-16 for next time.
  • Today we will take a reading inventory that assesses your reading ability.


DQs:
  • How are things for Victor and Elizabeth?
  • How does nature affect Victor?
  • Describe the relationship between Victor and the creature.
  • Hows does Shelley portrayal the creature’s first days and months?
  • How do Victor and the monster compare morally, intellectually, and emotionally?
  • What virtues and vices does Shelley highlight in chapters 11-12?


Reading Inventory (mandatory for all sophomores)
  • Go to my blog and click on “Reading Inventory”
    (suthys10honorsenglish.blogspot.com)
  • Click the blue icon on the bottom left that says, “Reading Inventory”
  • Log in with your student ID # (no zero at the beginning) and this password: ths123
  • Click on the right blue box labeled, “Reading Comprehension”
  • Select three book genres that interest you (this will not affect your score--it just helps the program to know which books to recommend).
  • Average lexile level for 10th graders is 1085L to 1400L

The Nature of the Creature--Chapter 12 (file #24)




Monday-Tuesday--November 5-6, 2018
Business:
  • Read chapters 9-12 for next time.


Sentence Parts
  • Mark everything in Practice Sentences #6.


DQs/WN: Fishbowl Discussion

  • Write a page of responses to the following discussion points:
  • Compare/contrast Victor with Clerval.
  • What have we learned about the nature of the monster?
  • Critique Victor’s handling of the Justine Moritz incident.
  • Comment on Shelley’s storytelling skill in these chapters.
  • What vision of education does Shelley showcase so far?



Thursday-Friday--November 1-2, 2018
Business:
  • Reading chapters 6-8 for next time.


Sentence Parts
  • Mark the remaining sentences in Practice Sentences #5


DQ:
  • Discuss Victor’s successes and failures?
  • Identify effect elements of Shelley’s storytelling.




Tuesday-Wednesday--October 30-31, 2018
Business:

  • Hobbit essays should be ready to be graded.
  • Read chapters 2-5 for next time.


DQ: What themes are introduced by the characterization of Robert Walton and Victor Frankenstein in The Letters and Chapter 1?


Revealing Moments: The Letters and Chapter 1 


Friday & Monday--October 26 & 29, 2018
Business:
  • Hobbit essays should be finished on Google Drive.
  • Hobbit books and pagetrackers are due today.
  • The reading schedule on the Frankenstein pagetracker starts today.
Sentence Parts:
  • Read Section IV: Helping Verbs. 
  • Mark sentences 1-10 in Practice Sentences #5 


DQ:
  • What did you learn from the Pre-reading assignment?

Slideshow on Frankenstein


Wednesday-Thursday--October 24-25, 2018
  • Finishing the Hobbit essay in class today.
  • Hobbit books and pagetrackers will be turned in next time.
  • Homework for next time is:
    • Pre-reading for Frankenstein (see file #19)
    • This involves reading 12 pages of information and responding to the questions.

Essay Priority #1: Your Idea Structure
  • An Interesting, Intriguing or Compelling Claim
  • Sub-claims truly prove and add depth to the Overall Claim


Essay Priority #2 Make every line of your intro worth reading.
  • Say something interesting in your first line.
  • Keep it up as you transition to your claim.
State your claim emphatically at the end of your intro.






Tuesday-Wednesday—October 16-17, 2018
Business:
  • PLot vs. Analysis--Chapters 12-13 is graded.
  • Highs and Lows--Chapters 14-16 is graded.
  • Remaining scores for this term:
    • Reading score
    • Discussion score
    • Hobbit quiz
    • Writer’s Notebook score
  • Hobbit Quiz today.
  • The Writer’s Notebook due today.
  • Begin an essay based on The Hobbit today.
    • We will finish the essay the day after after Fall Break.
    • Keep your book and Pagetracker to work on the essay.

The Hobbit Writer’s Notebook:
1.   Nature of Adventure
2.   WN: Nature of Adventure
3.   WN: Four Themes from Rivendell
4.   WN: Swagger
5.   Paragraphs and Parts: Chapter 6
6.   Beorn
7.   Scouting Bilbo
8.   Statements that Matter—Chapters 10-11

Essay: Adventure/Heroism in The Hobbit 

Friday & Monday—October 12 & 15, 2018

Business:
  • End of term is next Wednesday.
    • Quiz on The Hobbit--no retakes
    • Writer’s Notebooks due--no re-scores
  • The Writer’s Notebook so far:
    • Nature of Adventure
    • WN: Nature of Adventure
    • WN: Four Themes from Rivendell
    • WN: Swagger
    • Paragraphs and Parts: Chapter 6
    • Beorn
    • Scouting Bilbo
    • Statements that Matter—Chapters 10-11
  • Quick review of Plot vs. Analysis from last time.
  • Pagetracker Stamping for chapters 14-16

Sentence Parts
·      Mark everything in Practice Sentences #4, sentences 14-20.

DQ: Who is morally or intellectually impressive in chapters 14-16?
    • Who is morally or intellectually unimpressive?








Wednesday-Thursday—October 10-11, 2018
Business:
  • End of term is next Wednesday.
    • Quiz on The Hobbit--no retakes
    • Writer’s Notebooks due--no re-scores
  • The Writer’s Notebook so far:
    • Nature of Adventure
    • WN: Nature of Adventure
    • WN: Four Themes from Rivendell
    • WN: Swagger
    • Paragraphs and Parts: Chapter 6
    • Beorn
    • Scouting Bilbo
    • Statements that Matter—Chapters 10-11
  • Pagetracker Stamping for chapters 12-13

Sentence Parts
  • We classified verbs and labeled direct objects and subjective complements in Practice Sentences #3

DQs:
  • Big themes in chapters 12-13?
  • New dimensions of old themes?

On Google Drive “Life File: Plot vs. Analysis
Practice separating plot from analysis in chapters 12-13. You’ll find this table at the top of your Life file. On the left, provide only plot as described. On the right, provide only commentary and analysis as described. 30 minute time limit.

The Hobbit--Chapters 12-13
Plot
(events, quotes, author observations)
Commentary & Analysis
(interpretations, insights, discussions and elaborations)











Monday-Tuesday—October 8-9, 2018
Business
·         End of term is next Wednesday. Next Tuesday & Wednesday will be the quiz on The Hobbit and the Writer’s Notebook will be due. There will be no re-takes on the quiz and no re-scores on the Writer’s Notebook.
·         The Writer’s Notebook so far:
1.      Nature of Adventure
2.      WN: Nature of Adventure
3.      WN: Four Themes from Rivendell
4.      WN: Swagger
5.      Paragraphs and Parts: Chapter 6
6.      Beorn
7.      Scouting Bilbo
8.      Statements that Matter—Chapters 10-11

Sentence Parts
·         We classified verbs and labeled direct objects and subjective complements in Practice Sentences #2

DQ: Characterization in Chapter 10
Describe Tolkien’s characterization of the following characters in chapter 10:
·         The  Master
·         The Elves and the Elvenking
·         The townsmen of Laketown
·         Thorin and the Dwarves
·         Bilbo

DQ: Tone, Art & Theme
What does Tolkien accomplish artistically and thematically in chapter 11?



Thursday-Friday—October 4-5, 2018
Business:
·       No name pagetrackers on back board.
·       Missing discussion points should be made up by the end of next week.
·       PT Check with the “Done on Time” stamp
·       Come prepared to write an in-class essay based on chapters 8 & 9 next time.

LT:  Analyze textual passages for themes.

DQs:
·       What changes for Bilbo in chapters 8-9?
o   Include quotes in your answer.



Tuesday-Wednesday—October 2-3, 2018
Business:
  • No name pagetrackers on back board.
  • Missing discussion points should be made up by the end of next week.
  • My blog is: suthys10honorsenglish.blogspot.com
  • PT Check with the “English____” stamp
  • Come prepared to write and in-class essay based on chapters 8 & 9 next time.

Sentence Parts
  • We classified verbs and labeled direct objects and subjective complements in Practice Sentences #1

DQ: Beorn
Use evidence from the text to address the following:
  • Who is Beorn and what does he contribute to the story?
    • What phase are we in?
    • What is revealed about major characters?





Friday & Monday—September 28 & October 1, 2018
Business:
·       No name pagetracker on back board.
·       Writer’s Notebook rescores and quiz retakes on Julius Caesar are due Friday.
·       All Julius Caesar pagetrackers are due Friday. 
·       I have a blog!!!!
·       PT Check with the “English____” stamp

Sentence Parts
·       Marking prepositional phrases, subjects and verbs, classifying verbs as action or linking, and marking direct objects and subjective complements in Practice Sentences #4.

DQ/WN: Swagger
·       Where do you see swagger in chapter 6? Three paragraphs with quotes addressing evidence of swagger with the following:
o   Bilbo
o   Gandalf
o   The Eagles



Wednesday-Thursday—September 26-27, 2018
Business:
  • No name pagetracker on back board
  • The PSAT/NMSQT is coming up.
  • Writer’s Notebook rescores and quiz retakes on Julius Caesar are due Friday.
  • All Julius Caesar pagetrackers are due Friday. 
  • I have a blog!!!!
  • PT Check with the “Excellent Work” stamp

Sentence Parts
  • Marking prepositional phrases, subjects and verbs, classifying verbs as action or linking, and marking direct objects and subjective complements in Practice Sentences #4.

DQs:
  • What significant new elements does Tolkien add to the story in chapters four and five? What do they add to the story?


Monday-Tuesday—September 24-25
Business:
  • The PSAT/NMSQT is coming up.
  • Writer’s Notebook rescores and quiz retakes on Julius Caesar are due Friday. Don’t turn in your WN for a rescore unless it is 100% complete.
  • I have a blog!!!! Read the blog before you ask me about what you missed.
  • And . . . I post at the front of the class what we do and put handouts in numbered files. Read the post and find the handouts before talking to me.
  • PT check—stamp.

DQ: Handling Adventure
  • Evaluate the performance of the group in this chapter. Do they display the ability to capably handle adventure at this early stage?

WN: Nature of Adventure
  • From “Nature of Adventure”
    • One sentence claim (not a whole paragraph)
      • Three CCQC paragraphs

WN: Four Themes from Rivendell
  • Divide a page into four quarters.
  • In each quarter, state a theme and list four or more bullet observations and one quote on that theme.

 Thursday-Friday—September 20-21, 2018
Business:
  • Retakes on the Julius Caesar quiz—by end of next week. Just come at lunch.
  • After Julius Caesar, no more retakes. I will set the quiz scores to average at 80% and we will move on.
  • Rescores on Julius Caesar Writer’s Notebook by end of next week. After Julius Caesar, no more rescores on Writer’s Notebooks.

DQ: What do you make of Bilbo? How do you define him?

Sentence Parts
  • Mark subjects and verbs in Practice Sentences #3.



Tuesday-Wednesday—September 18-19, 2018
Business:
·       Discussion Make-Up: You can do this preemptively (before I actually post scores) if you don’t want them to pile up.

Begin Reading The Hobbit

Pagetracker with Reading Schedule for The Hobbit (see file #11 in the classroom)
·       Read chapter 1 for next time.


Working on Leadership Essay in class

Friday & Monday—September 14 & 17, 2018
Business:
  • Technology Points
  • Discussion Make-Ups for the first score are due today (Friday).

  • Working on it today and next time in class.

Julius Caesar Writer’s Notebook—today, no exceptions.
    1. WN: Ten Prepositions
    2. WN: Cassius at Work
    3. WN: On Conspiracies
    4. WN: On Marriage
    5. Two Roman Marriages
    6. Carefully Chosen Words
    7. WN: Evaluating the Romans
    8. WN: Rhetorical Triangle Notes
    9. Antony’s Speech and the Rhetorical Triangle
  • Turning the WN in:
    1. Remove all previously scored handouts.
    2. Make sure all WN entries have a clearly labeled title.
    3. Put the three handouts together where the Julius Caesar stuff begins.
    4. Make sure your name is on the front.
 Julius Caesar Quiz

Wednesday & Thursday—September 12-13, 2018
Business:
  • Pagetracker check—due next time.
  • Discussion Make-Ups for the first score should be completed by this Friday.
  • Finish play by next time:
    • Read days #6 & 7 for next time.
  • Quiz on Julius Caesar next time.
  • Writer’s Notebook due next time. It can’t be turned in late and if you leave it at home, you’re out of luck.
  • Julius Caesar Writer’s Notebook
    1. WN: Ten Prepositions
    2. WN: Cassius at Work
    3. WN: On Conspiracies
    4. WN: On Marriage
    5. Two Roman Marriages
    6. Carefully Chosen Words
    7. WN: Evaluating the Romans
    8. WN: Rhetorical Triangle Notes
    9. Antony’s Speech and the Rhetorical Triangle
Sentence Parts
  • Mark subjects and verbs in the rest of Practice Sentences #1 and in Practice Sentences #2.
DQ: Evaluating the Romans
  • Evaluate the intellectual and moral depth of the Romans based on Act III, scenes II-III.

WN: Rhetorical Triangle Notes
Logos: Rational or Logical Appeals. Appeal to logical reasoning ability of the audience through use of facts, case studies, statistics, experiments, logical reasoning, analogies, anecdotes, authority voices, etc. Are writer’s claims reasonable? Is there sufficient evidence to support those claims? Does the speaker make logical conclusions? Does he/she talk about counter-arguments, other opinions or points of view?
Pathos: Emotional Appeals. Appeal to beliefs/feelings of the audience. An appeal of pathos can move an audience to anger or tears as a means of persuasion. May attempt to invoke particular emotions such as fear, envy, patriotism, lust, etc. Or, an appeal of pathos may stem from shared values between the author and the audience, or from an argument that caters to an audience’s beliefs.

Ethos: Ethical Appeals. Appeal based on the character, persona, and/or position of the speaker. This kind of appeals give the audience a sense of the author as competent/fair/an authority figure. Such an appeal may highlight the author’s trustworthiness, credibility, reliability, expert testimony, reliable sources, fairness, celebrity, etc.

Monday & Tuesday—September 10-11, 2018
Business:
  • Pagetracker check.
  • Discussion Make-Ups for the first score should be completed by this Friday.
  • Looking forward:
    • For next time, reading day #5 (Act III, scenes II-III).
    • For the next time, reading days #6 & 7 will be combined--so you’ll finish the play.
      • So on Friday (odd classes) and Monday (even classes) you’ll take the quiz on the whole play and any Writer’s Notebook assignments will be due
  • Julius Caesar Writer’s Notebook
    1. WN: Ten Prepositions
    2. WN: Cassius at Work
    3. WN: On Conspiracies
    4. WN: On Marriage
    5. Two Roman Marriages
    6. Carefully Chosen Words
Sentence Parts
  • Mark subjects and verbs through sentence #10 in Practice Sentences #1.

DQ: Act III, scene I Theme:
Discuss a theme you see in Shakespeare’s depiction of Caesar’s assassination in Act III, scene I. Use a CCQC (claim, context, quote, commentary) format.
  • Example #1:
Cassius displays a sense of urgency. His impatience with Antony’s extolling Caesar prompts him to declare, “I blame you not for praising Caesar so; but what compact mean you to have with us?” (41) Cassius’s sense of timing forces him to push Antony for a commitment. He knows order must quickly be established before it is too late.
  • Example #2:
The epic mindset is on display in Act III, scene I. In the immediate aftermath of the assassination, the assassins pause to declare how their deed will be seen by future Romans: “How many ages hence shall this our lofty scene be acted over in states unborn and accents yet unknown!” (38). This boast flavors the scene with a feeling of monumental importance and causes the reader to wonder if the boast is accurate or simply an effort on the part of the assassins to justify their deed.  




Thursday-Friday—September 6-7, 2018
Business:
·       Re-do’s for Plutarch Quiz and Poem Quiz at lunch.
·       Pagetracker check. One note per page.
·       All scores are updated on Powerschool.
·       Explanation of Discussion Make-Up.

Sentence Parts
·       Mark prepositional phrases in Practice Sentences #3.

DQ: Discuss significant or revealing moments from the morning of the assassination (Act II, scenes II-V).
·       What do we learn about:
o   Caesar, Calpurnia, Decius, Portia, Brutus

WN: On Marriage
·       Describe what you feel makes marriages strong.
o   Discuss at least three aspects of strong marriages.
o   Length: Three well-developed paragraphs.




Tuesday-Wednesday—September 4-5, 2018
Business:
·       Re-do’s for Plutarch Quiz and Poem Quiz at lunch. Do it sooner rather than later.
·       Pagetracker check. One note per page.
·       All scores will be updated by next time (reading, discussion, poem quiz, writer’s notebook check, Life of Me)
·       Any questions about the reading?

Sentence Parts
·       Mark all prepositional phrases in Practice Sentences #2.

WN: On Conspiracies
·       You work in law enforcement and have been assigned to present a training on the nature of conspiracies based on Act II, scene I of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. Organize your presentation as follows:
o   An overall theme or main idea
§  Three supporting ideas. Ideas—not evidence.
·       Evidence from Act II, scene I for each supporting idea. 
o   Organize this in your writer’s notebook however you prefer.

DQ: What is the nature of conspiracies?

·       Answer using evidence from Act II, scene I.


Thursday-Friday—August 30-31, 2018
Business:
  • Re-do’s for Plutarch Quiz and Poem Quiz at lunch. Do it sooner rather than later.
  • Pass writer’s notebooks back
  • Pagetracker check. One note per page.

Sentence Parts
  • WN: Ten Prepositions
    • Choose ten prepositions and write a brief story in which you use them in prepositional phrases.
  • We marked prepositional phrases in the rest of Practice Sentences #1.

WN: Cassius at Work
  • For each of the following five segments, summarize the conversation (left side of page) and comment on what Cassius is up to (right side of page).

  1. “Brutus with himself at war . . .” (p. 4.6-5.4)                              
  2. “. . . can you see your face?” (p. 5.4-6.3)                                   
  3. “. . . a man of such a feeble temper . . .” (p. 6.3-7.6)       
  4. “. . . under these hard conditions . . .” (7.6-9.1)               
  5. “Thy honourable metal may be wrought . . .” (p. 11.9-12.8)                    

DQ: What does Shakespeare accomplish through Casca in these scenes?
  • Consider Casca’s interaction with the following characters in your response:
    • Brutus
    • Cassius
    • Caesar
    • Antony
    • Casca

We read Act I, scene III in class.





Tuesday-Wednesday—August 28-29, 2018
Business:
  • Retakes on Plutarch Quiz at lunch over the next two weeks. Just come when you’re ready.
  • First Reading score will happen after Friday.
    • 15 points
    • Minus 3 points for each day not brining a book
    • Can’t recover missed reading points
    • Being tardy costs you reading points

  • Write your name prominently on your Writer’s Notebook.

Writer’s Notebook turned in:
  1. Positive Double Negative Thinking
  2. Five Words
  3. Two Stanzas
  4. Two More Stanzas
  5. Julius Caesar Play Notes

Quiz on Say Not the Struggle Naught Availeth

Sentence Parts Unit Start (see file #5)
  • We marked the prepositions in the first ten sentences of Practice Sentences #1.


Julius Caesar Overview
  • Act I: Cassius talking with Brutus and others about the Caesar problem.
  • Act II: Brutus and the conspirators planning the attack.
  • Act III: The assassination and then addressing the people.
  • Act IV: The two opposing sides (Antony and Octavius versus Brutus and Cassius) talk, argue, and plan.
  • Act V: The two sides battle at Philippi; death of Brutus.

DQ: What conflict or conflicts exist in Act I, scene I?
  • Include a quote in your observation.

Reading Act I, scene II in class . . .





Friday & Monday—August 24 & 27, 2018
Business:
  • Next time:
    • Quiz on Say Not the Struggle Naught Availeth—the entire poem.
    • Writer’s Notebook turned in:
      • Positive Double Negative Thinking
      • Five Words
      • Two Stanzas
      • Two More Stanzas (today)
      • Julius Caesar Play Notes (today)
  • Today:
    • Confessions Speech
    • Quiz on last two stanzas of poem
    • Starting Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar

Confessions Speech

Poem Quiz
WN: Two More Stanzas
·       Write out the last 8 lines of the poem from memory. We did a practice score on this.

  • WN: Julius Caesar Play Notes
    • Take notes on this slide show.

Read Act I, scene I of Julius Caesar

  • We read Act I, scene I of the play. No additional reading is assigned. 

Wednesday-Thursday—August 22-23, 2018
Business:
  • Any Disclosure Statements or Paragraph Assessments?
  • Plutarch quiz scores will be posted soon.
  • Next two stanzas of the poem need be memorized by next time.
  • “Life of You” will be due next time.

27 Speech
Lazy Ozzie
Next time: Honestly Chat

Say Not the Struggle Naught Availeth
  • Discuss third and fourth stanzas
  • Memorize the third and fourth stanzas for next time




Monday-Tuesday—August 20-21, 2018
Business:
  • Reading Books
    • Chocolate/Spinach Speech
    • 27 Speech
  • Say Not the Struggle Naught Availeth
    • Quiz on first two stanzas
      • WN: Two Stanzas
        • Write out the first two stanzas without looking at the poem
Preparation for Writing:
            The Life of . . [You]
  • In-class writing assignment next time.
  • Brief autobiographical story of the most defining or important times in your life so far.

WN: Life of [You] Prep
  • List and briefly describe the experiences and lessons that have most significantly shaped your life.
  • Like Plutarch, you’re not going to tell everything about your “Life”--you’ll focus on what stands out the most.

Plutarch Quiz






Thursday & Friday—August 16-17, 2018
Business:
  • Disclosure Statements
    • Bring them back signed.
    • On getting missed work
  • Technology Points
    • You get them for free
    • You lose them for being on your phone when you shouldn’t be
  • Reading Books
    • Reading book check
    • 15 points every three weeks
    • Non-recoverable if you get dinged (3 points per ding)
  • Discussion Points
    • 20-40 every three weeks
    • You need to make at least on informed comment per major discussion
    • Missed discussion points can be make up using the Discussion Make-up Form
  • Quiz on Plutarch reading next time!
    • It’s open-book
  • Spiral Notebooks
    • For written entries
    • For holding assignments until they are turned in
    • WN: Five Words
      • Write down five words that describe Julius Caesar. For each word write a sentence explaining why the word fits.
      • Everyone will share a word. Make your words as distinct as possible so that if someone uses your word, you have another word no one has used.




Wednesday—August 15, 2018
Business:
  • Summer reading check
  • Bring a reading book every day all year.
  • Bring a spiral bound notebook, dedicated to this class only, every day all year.
  • Test any day on Plutarch’s Lives of Caesar and Brutus. Be ready!
  • My blog:
  • suthys10honorsenglish.blogspot.com
    • If you are absent, go to the blog that day!

·       Do the first two stanzas

·       Return with parent signature