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English (Mrs. B)
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C GroupFor students who will be in C group in the 2018-2019 school year: (due Aug 22!) -Read Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson -Create a story arc of the book (draw the arc and label elements: setting, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution[info here: http://www.storyboardthat.com/articles/e/plot-diagram]; then on a separate sheet: list the events that happened during each part of the story) -Write a series of letters exchanged between two characters, highlighting important moments in the story. You must write at least ten letters (five from each character). Each letter must be at least a 1/2 page typed, single spaced in 12pt font. You can write some of the letters between one set of two characters and the rest of the letters between a different set of two characters if you like. Extra points will be granted for writing longer letters, more letters, and/or use of creative voice as long as the additional elements are not repetitive or about insignificant moments in the story. Your letters that are exchanged between characters for the summer reading assignment should not be written from the narrator’s point of view since we already have his/her point of view in the original book. This means you should not have a letter written by Jesse. Your letters should all be written from the POV of other characters.Parts of Speech Literary Devices Quizlet
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I GroupFor students who will be in I group in the 2018-2019 school year: (due Aug 22!)
-Read Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes
-Write a series of letters exchanged between two characters, highlighting important moments in the story. You must write at least ten letters (five from each character). Each letter must be at least a 1/2 page typed, single spaced in 12pt font. You can write some of the letters between one set of two characters and the rest of the letters between a different set of two characters if you like. Extra points will be granted for writing longer letters, more letters, and/or use of creative voice as long as the additional elements are not repetitive or about insignificant moments in the story. Your letters that are exchanged between characters for the summer reading assignment should not be written from the narrator’s point of view since we already have his/her point of view in the original book. This means you should not have a letter written by Charlie. Your letters should all be written from the POV of other characters.
-Create a dialectical journal using 20 quotes from the book. You compose a dialectical journal by choosing quotes that you believe are significant. These should come from throughout the text, not just from the beginning or end. Format your page so that it is oriented in "Landscape" not "Portrait" and then select "Two Columns." On the left column, type up the quotes with proper citation, using the author's last name and page number. Then, in the right column, write about what was happening during the quote as well as provide context (why this moment was significant to the story as a whole). Last, be sure to address why you personally found this quote interesting. Extra points will be awarded for additional quotes addressed. See email from Mrs. B for an example of an A paper.
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A GroupFor students who will be in A group in the 2018-2019 school year: (due Aug 22!)
-Read The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien.
-Write a series of letters exchanged between two characters, highlighting important moments in the story. You must write at least ten letters (five from each character). Each letter must be at least a 1/2 page typed, single spaced in 12pt font. You can write some of the letters between one set of two characters and the rest of the letters between a different set of two characters if you like. Extra points will be granted for writing longer letters, more letters, and/or use of creative voice as long as the additional elements are not repetitive or about insignificant moments in the story. Your letters that are exchanged between characters for the summer reading assignment should not be written from the narrator’s point of view since we already have his/her point of view in the original book. This means you should not have a letter written by Bilbo. Your letters should all be written from the POV of other characters.
-Create a dialectical journal using 30 quotes from the book. You compose a dialectical journal by choosing quotes that you believe are significant. These should come from throughout the text, not just from the beginning or end. Format your page so that it is oriented in "Landscape" not "Portrait" and then select "Two Columns." On the left column, type up the quotes with proper citation, using the author's last name and page number. Then, in the right column, write about what was happening during the quote as well as provide context (why this moment was significant to the story as a whole). Last, be sure to address why you personally found this quote interesting. See email from Mrs. B for an example of an A paper. Extra points will be awarded for additional quotes addressed.
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Science (C group: Tues/Fri)
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Life Science Textbook
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Mr. Morgan (Tues)none - have a good summer!
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Mrs. Romais (Fri)none - have a good summer!
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Psychology
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C Group (Mon)none - have a good summer!
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I Groupnone - have a good summer!
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A Groupnone - have a good summer!
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Foreign Language (Mrs. B + Mrs. Herman)
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C Groupnone - have a good summer!
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I/A GroupNone - have a good summer!
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Social Science (Mrs. Herman)
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C Group - Ancient CivilizationsNo homework! Happy summer vacation! :)
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I Group - The Modern World
No homework! Happy summer vacation! :)
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A Group - Economics (Fall)No homework! Happy summer vacation! :)
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Math (Mrs. B + Ms. Marley)
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C Groupnone - have a good summer!
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I/A Groupnone - have a good summer!
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Community
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Geography (all students) - Tuesday/Fridaynone - have a good summer!
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Life Skills(9th-12th grade) - Mon/Weds/Thursnone - have a good summer!
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Cutural (6th-8th grade) - Mon; Puberty - Weds/Thursnone - have a good summer!
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Majors (pay attention to assignments from your major classes)
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Anthropology (Mon/Weds)none
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Acting (Mon/Weds/Thurs)none :) great job on the show!!
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Musicnone - have a good summer!
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Singing (Fridays)none - have a good summer!
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Artnone
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SciencenoneLAB REPORT TEMPLATE
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Photography (Fri)none
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Chess (Weds)none
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Myths and Legends (Fri)
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Lip sync Battle (WED)none
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