Please use the following resources if you lost the copy given to you by your 9th grade teacher. Summer novel work is due the first FULL day of class. It will serve as your resource for your in class impromptu essay on the Catcher in the Rye which will be completed at the end of the first week. Choose good text evidence and add thoughtful insight! Don’t forget the page numbers for quotes. You will need this information for MLA.
For your choice book: Write the MLA citation and a brief summary on a note card. On the back of the card, please evaluate what you liked and disliked about the book and your reasons. Also, provide a rating and who you would recommend it to. Create a small drawing on an 8 1/2 by 11 piece of construction paper that captures a moment in the plot or relates to a theme. It can be a collection of symbols if you wish. Be prepared to explain it aloud as a quick presentation to the class in the first few days of school
Please bring a #2 pencil and NOTHING else! Leave cell phones in lockers as they will NOT be allowed during testing.
Books have been collected over the last TWO weeks. If you still have not turned in a book by today, your slips will be submitted to the office for fines. See Mrs. Faunce to take care of your fine or return a book.
Review materials were discussed in class, but are also available below. The passages are practice for the comprehension questions and include the sentence stems on the sheet posted a few days ago.
Please look over the answers to the Grammar Review sheet and work any any weak areas this week- end to prepare for Monday’s summative post test!
Please bring ANY remaining novels or textbooks you signed out from me as well as a #2 pencil!
Please open and review the following resource to prepare for the common final exam. It describes the task as well as essential questions and possible sentence stems that relate to basic skills we have practiced throughout the semester. You should review these as well as practice passages on Khan Academy. I will also have 1-2 practice passages on Mon/Tuesday in class for us to work on and discuss.
The Grammar Post test is Monday, June 12th. Attached is a review sheet to prepare for the test. Please complete, bring on Friday, June 9th with any questions you may have. As soon as we are done with speech presentations, we can review the answers.
Students outlines were due last Thursday. Students will begin working on laptops today in class to create slides with the information from the outline. Students who are NOT finished with outlines must first complete it before they will be allowed to use a laptop. Students should also be working from home, especially if they got a late start!
Wed/Thurs–Library to complete slides, add color/pictures, send it to google classroom, and print out a hand-out version of the project. These are due by the END of the class period on Thursday!
Please go to google classroom and enter the following code to submit the project:
Honors 3rd hr.–fsm6vf2
LA 3 5th hr.–3l4gv85
Honors 6th hr.–wi2xqs
Fri--Work on writing your speech cards for your presentation which begin on Monday! Practice reciting your poem with feeling. Run through your slides and practice 🙂
Please open the rubric to view the criteria/scoring for each part of the presentation: slide show, content/analysis, and delivery.
You should PRINT the rubric and attach it to your slide show hand out when submitting the project to me next Thursday, June 1st.
Dear Edsel Ford HS Student,
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Please bring textbooks on Wednesday or Thursday this week to turn in. Remove all notes/assignments/covers.
If you still owe me a novel, bring those as well. Remove all post-it notes prior to class.
Book fine slips will be submitted to the office next week.