2.21 | English 10

Today, students continued working on their Independent Reading project.  Students should be working on their characterization assignment; packets are provided in class.  The checkpoint for the characterization section is Tuesday.

Students could also work on this week’s NoRedInk.com assignment if needed.

2.20 | English 10

Today, students read independently. Absent students should read independently for 20 minutes and submit a half-page summary of their reading with an absent form attached for credit.

Then, students used the rest of class to finish their comic strip/plot section of their independent reading projects.  Students were to show Mrs. Evans that it was finished for a checkpoint grade before the bell rang.  Absent students should get their absences excused and show Mrs. Evans upon their return.

2.20 | English 11

Today, students read independently. Absent students should read independently for 20 minutes and submit a half-page summary of their reading with an absent form attached for credit.

Then, students finished the test corrections assigned yesterday.  They are due at the beginning of class tomorrow.

2.19 | English 10

Today, students spent the entire class period working on their independent reading projects.  Tomorrow is the checkpoint for the comic strips, so students should be almost finished with the comic strips by the end of class.

2.19 | English 11

Today, Today, students responded to the ACT Question of the Day below. Students with an excused absence should respond and show to Mrs. Evans during Brave period.

ACT Question of the Day

At least in moderate amounts, stress may not be as harmful as we think. In fact, research suggests that people who view stress as a form of motivation perform better under pressure and have less health complaints than those who view stress as debilitating.

A. NO CHANGE
B. less health complaints then
C. fewer health complaints than
D. fewer health complaints then

Then, students read independently. Absent students should read independently for 20 minutes and submit a half-page summary of their reading with an absent form attached for credit.

Then, students completed test corrections for their practice ACT English test they took yesterday. Students will continue working on these tomorrow and they will be due at the end of class tomorrow.