Archive for September, 2011
Dear Students Please read and make a summary for scenes 27 to 29 (pages 71-75). Mrs H-H
Dear Students Make sure your notes are complete on themes in Skellig. Complete the character chart on both Mina and Michael if you haven’t done so. Caitlyn, Marina, Estia, Jovia and Lisa – make sure you have typed up your notes and bibliography and got your illustrations ready so that you only have to print [...]
Dear Students As discussed in class, please read through the poems and make connections to the themes in Skellig. Click below for more details: Themes in Blake’s poems Email me if you have any questions. Mrs H
Create a character chart for Michael and Mina, use the template to help you.
For those that DIDN’T finish the questions in class, please do so! “[Blake] said the soul was able to leap out… beauty in the world.” (p142) Why do you think Mina quoted this passage to Michael? How are [...]
Answer the question in the comment box below: 1) So, what did you really think of the ending of Skellig - was it memorable, satisfying, disappointing, confusing – add your own adjective. Be sure to explain the reason for your answer.
Now for some creative response to your book. Write your response in the document you already made for independent reading. Invite one character to dinner and write a note of explanation to your mother. Write a paragraph about a character beginning with the sentence: “I was (any verb) by …” Explain where you think the [...]
Answer the two questions – type them up in a word doc, this will be your draft. Then during class we will go over your response and you’ll be given time to edit your work before you put it in the comment box. 1) So, what did you really think of the ending of Skellig [...]
Dear Grade 6C Create a file named Independent Reading. Then copy these questions in a word document and add your response. 1 Give the title and author of the book. 2 Why did you choose this book? 3 How effective is the front cover? 4 Write out (“in quotations”) the first sentence from the book. [...]
Independent reading: Create a file for independent reading, this is where you will keep your work for your own private reading. You will be given questions and a variety of tasks to choose from throughout the year. (Re-)Read the first chapter of your book. Now, answer the questions below. 1. What is your reaction to [...]
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- Dictionary – use me!
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- How to cite audio files
- Interactive Quizzes on Grammar
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- The Writing Process
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