JAN. 20-24 (“B” week)

  • There is no school on Monday, Jan. 20, 2020 in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday.
  • Please check PowerSchool for any missing assignments (0s mean I don’t have work for you). IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE UP ASSIGNMENTS AND TESTS.
  • ALL missing/late Q2 work for MY CLASSES is due in my hands by 2:20 p.m., Friday, Jan. 24, 2020.
  • Q2 ends Monday, January 27, 2020
  • Q3 begins Tuesday, January 28, 2020
  • Wednesday, January 29th is a Teacher Workday


English 2:

  • Sacred Texts (Bible, the Vedas, Talmud, Qur’an): read excerpts from “The Tanakh” (the Flood story and the Book of Ruth) and from “The Qur’an” (The Exordium and Daylight) p. 436-449; complete p. 440 Personal Response, #1-7, & #1-2 (Lit Elements box) (100); complete p. 446 Personal Response, #1-10 (110); complete p. 450 Personal Response, #1-6 (70).

 

English 3:

JAN. 13-17 (A week)

  • Please check PowerSchool for any missing assignments (0s mean I don’t have work for you). IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE UP ASSIGNMENTS AND TESTS.
  • ALL missing/late Q2 work for MY CLASSES is due in my hands by 2:20 p.m., Friday, Jan. 24, 2020.
  • Q2 ends Monday, January 27, 2020
  • Q3 begins Tuesday, January 28, 2020
  • Wednesday, January 29th is a Teacher Workday


English 2:

  • Complete and turn in Section 3 Notes, Parts 1 & 2: Southwest and south central Asia (see page numbers at the top of each page)
  • Sacred Texts (Bible, the Vedas, Talmud, Qur’an): read excerpts from “The Tanakh” (the Flood story and the Book of Ruth) and from “The Qur’an” (The Exordium and Daylight) p. 436-449; complete p. 440 Personal Response, #1-7, & #1-2 (Lit Elements box) (100); complete p. 446 Personal Response, #1-10 (110); complete p. 450 Personal Response, #1-6 (70).

 

English 3:

  • What is civil disobedience? Read excerpt from Henry David Thoreau’s “Civil Disobedience” essay (p. 257-261) and complete all parts of #1-15 p. 262.
  • Watch “The People Speak”, a civil disobedience documentary adaptation of Henry Zinn’s nonfiction history book, “The People’s History” — what does an act of civil disobedience look like? 
  • MLK, Jr.: read Nobel Acceptance Speech (1964) and answer text-dependent questions (CCR.RI.1,2,4-6)
  • MLK, Jr.: read Letter from Birmingham Jail (1963) and answer text-dependent questions (CCR.RI.1-6,8)

Jan. 6-10 (B week)

  • WELCOME BACK and HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! Our first day back will be a B day.
  • Please check PowerSchool for any missing assignments (0s mean I don’t have work for you). IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE UP ASSIGNMENTS AND TESTS.
  • Q2 ends TU., January 28th
  • The last day to turn in work for MY CLASSES will be Friday, Jan. 24th.
  • Wednesday, January 29th is a Teacher Workday.


English 2:

 

English 3:

  • New Year, New You!
  • What is civil disobedience? Read excerpt from Henry David Thoreau’s “Civil Disobedience” essay (p. 257-261) and complete all parts of #1-15 p. 262.

Dec. 16-20 (B week)

  • This Friday, December 20th, is an inclement weather makeup day from October. It will be an A day.


English 2:

  • If you missed the tests on TKR Ch. 1-8, 9-17, or the final test, IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO READ AND MAKE ARRANGEMENTS TO TAKE THE TEST.
  • TEST: Tuesday 12/17 (whole novel — matching, multiple choice, identification, passages with multiple choice questions)
  • You may return your novels to the Media Center after the test. If you purchased a book and would like to donate it, please give it to one of the ladies at the MC circulation desk and let them know.
  • Watch “The Kite Runner”

 

English 3:

  • Robert Frost: “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”
  • Isaac Bashevis Singer’s “Zlateh the Goat”
  • excerpt from Mark Twain’s “Roughing It: Lost in the Snow”
  • O. Henry’s “Gift of the Magi”
  • excerpt from “A Christmas Carol: Marley’s Ghost” by Charles Dickens
  • Jimmy Santiago Baca: “I am Offering This Poem”
  • “Giving Thanks for Hanukkah” and “Queen Esther & Me”

Dec. 9-13 (A week)

 

English 2:

  • If you missed the test on Ch. 1-8 or 9-17, IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO READ AND MAKE ARRANGEMENTS TO TAKE THE TEST.
  • This week, we’ll read Ch. 22-25 (~100 pages) and complete guided reading questions
  • TEST: Ch. 18-25
  • Watch “The Kite Runner”

 

English 3:

DEC. 2-6 (B week)

  • This week is Nutcracker Spirit Week!
    • Monday, Dec. 2 – Dream Day, Wear your PJs!
    • Tuesday, Dec. 3 – Snow Day, Wear white!
    • Wednesday, Dec. 4 – Candy Day, Dress as your favorite candy
    • Thursday, Dec. 5 – Flowers Day, Wear flowers!
    • Friday, Dec. 6 – Arts Department Day, Wear your Enloe Arts shirts or just Enloe High shirts!


English 2:

  • If you missed the test on Ch. 1-8 or 9-17, IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO READ AND MAKE ARRANGEMENTS TO TAKE THE TEST.
  • We have started reading Ch. 18 & 19, and will continue this week with reading and guided questions. Keep up as we read!
  • Read Ch. 20 & 21 and complete guided reading questions (for Ch. 18-21).

 

English 3:

NOV. 25 & 26 (B week)

  • No school this Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday. HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
  • The Student Information & Honor Code Form given out weeks ago are due back (completed and signed) ASAP. Please get these in!!

English 2:

  • All Guided Reading Questions are due when we finish each set of chapters. We review these in class before you hand them in, so if you missed an answer, you may need to pay closer attention
  • If you missed the test on Ch. 1-8, IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO READ AND MAKE ARRANGEMENTS TO TAKE THE TEST.
  • TUESDAY: TEST: Ch. 9-17
  • The packet of Guided Reading Questions (Ch. 9-17) given to you last week is DUE immediately before the test.
  • We have started reading Ch. 18 & 19, and will continue next week with reading and guided questions. Keep up as we read!

 

English 3:

  • If you missed the test on “The Crucible,” IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS TO TAKE THE TEST.
  • MONDAY & TUESDAY: Patrick Henry’s “Give me Liberty or Give me Death!” speech to the Second Virginia Convention — complete the Focus Activity AND List Ideas on p. 146, then read the speech p. 147-149, completing #1-8 p. 150, answer all parts; yellow Literary Elements box: define AUTHOR’S PURPOSE and answer #1&2.