Good morning students! I hope everyone is doing well and is healthy! Please review this week’s blog post so that you are aware of what is expected of you this week.
At this moment, we are not allowed to do check ins using google hangout. So for this week, I would like you to go to google classroom and reply to the announcement. Your reply here will gain you your points for the week and will count as your first check in. The second check in is of course, when you submit your assignment.
Assignment for this week:
Go to google classroom and the PDF titled “They’re made out of Meat” and then answer the questions in the note taker. This assignment is due on Friday at 10:00 AM.
Welcome back to Mrs. Chaaban’s remote learning class! For this week, we will be changing up things drastically. As many of you know, Mr. Martin has now stated that all the work from this point forward will count. Please click on this link https://youtu.be/Gt9zV_2gOyI to hear more about how your participation and class work will count for second semester grades!
Twice a week, I will be hosting a google hang out for students to “check in” with me. This check in is mandatory! It is absolutely required in order to gain credit for second semester. In addition to the google hang outs, I will be available on Remind 101 and email all day. Please see the table below for check in times. If you can’t see the picture below, click on the link below to be taken directly to the presentation. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1mMu57vP4SRDCpvRianWDIyDnrgCTme1oYArroCGKIZs/edit?usp=sharing
2. All class assignments must be completed in order for you to gain credit for this semester. While many of you know that the work up until this point has been optional/enrichment, that is not the case anymore. For those of you who did do the work these past few weeks, I will be calculating a final grade for those assignments and including it into the gradebook as extra credit. If you did not do the work, don’t worry! You will not be penalized.
3. Please do not hesitate to email me for help. My notifications for Remind will be turned on Monday morning and will stay on until the end of the year. I also check my email once every hour. IF need be, I can even call home and explain something over the phone if you are really stuck. Please just send me an email or remind 101 message asking for help.
I know this all sounds overwhelming! Take a deep breath and do your very best. We got this DHS!
Good morning! IF you have not yet started the assignment for this week, please get started. The assignment is posted in google classroom. Please make sure that you have read the story titled “The Rules of the Game” by Amy Tan and answer the two short text-dependent questions and the longer short response. Make sure that you are embedding textual evidence into your response.
If you have any questions, please make sure that you ask me either on remind 101 or through email.
Good morning! I hope everyone is well rested and safe. Please take a look at this survey that I posted yesterday and complete it if you have not yet done so. I really need this information. Check your email from last night for the link.
For this week, the assignment is posted in google classroom. Please make sure that you have read the story titled “The Rules of the Game” by Amy Tan and answer the two short text-dependent questions and the longer short response. Make sure that you are embedding textual evidence into your response.
Welcome back from Spring Break! I hope your break was relaxing and fun! We are now back to remote learning! I have a few announcements I would like to make so please read this post carefully.
This week’s assignment:
Your assignment this week is in GOOGLE CLASSROOM. This assignment is very straight forward and is not anything new. We will be reading the short story titled “The Rules of the Game” which has been included below. As you read, you will answer the questions in the note taker provided in google classroom.
Note: In google classroom, I put that there will be a quiz at the end of the week in I-Learn. That is ultimately the plan however, it is not set in stone yet. So just in case, make sure you read the story!
I would like to hold a google hang out for each class. I do not know what time this will occur exactly however, plan for sometime around 2 p.m. in the afternoon. I will send out a remind next week with more information. 🙂
Both of the assignments from I-Learn are due today at 11:59 p.m. For those of you who like your work split up, your task for today is to go to the I-Learn assignment titled “Lamb to the Slaughter” discussion and answer one of the questions in one full paragraph. Your response must correctly embed textual evidence.
Good morning! For those of you who have not yet started your assignment, I suggest you get to work ASAP. This is not an optional assignment. All work is due tomorrow at 11:59 p.m.
For those of you who like your work split up daily, your task for the day is to complete the last text-dependent question that says “The police officers do not suspect Mary for the murder. How does her behavior play a role in assuring this didn’t happen? Provide textual evidence to support your answer.”
As always, if you have any questions, please reach out to me by email or remind 101.
Good morning! This post is for those of you who like your work broken up into daily parts. For today, continue with your analysis of the short story “Lamb to the Slaughter” and answer the text-dependent question that says “Baesd on what you have read so far, what can the reader infer about what Patrick told Mary?.”
Remember, if you need any help, feel free to reach me by email or text me on Remind 101. I am here to answer your questions at any time of the day. 🙂
Today is the last day of March. Finally!!! I feel as though we have been in the month of March for three years! This post is designated for those of you who like your work broken up into multiple parts.
Your task for the day is to answer the question that reads “What can the reader infer about Patrick’s behavior in this scene with the glass? Use textual evidence to support your inference. Be sure to integrate your evidence smoothly!”
Remember, make sure you click on the REPLY button under the original question.