11/15: Book quiz tomorrow; Vocab 4 exercises due Friday; First draft of poem due Friday, Vocab 4 test Tuesday 11/16: If you need to extend the Sadlier and the poem to Monday, you may. The test is still on Tuesday.
11/27: Finish corrections for Unit 4, Music Monday 1-5 due on Wednesday, Book quiz extended to Thursday 12/5: Sadlier Unit 5 due Wednesday; test Friday 12/7: test 12/12: Optional corrections due tomorrow, irony test tomorrow 1/2:: Definitions for Unit 6 due Wednesday; book quiz Thursday; exercises due Friday; test Monday 1/10: Study for the midterm: January 17 1/11: Sadlier 1/23: Sadlier definitions due Thursday, exercises due Monday, test Wednesday 1/26: We read through chapter 13 in our book. If you were absent, complete the reading/questions at home. The book is available online if you search it. Sadlier due Monday. Test Wednesday. 1/29: We read Chapter 14 today. We also did Music Monday (call a friend). Work on your questions. Test Wednesday. Book quiz Friday 1/30: Snow Day! Let's push the Unit 7 test to Friday. I reassigned the Sadlier exercises. You do not have to do them; however, it you did not previously complete them, you can earn half credit back by doing them now. Catch up on your questions. 1/31: See yesterday's post 2/5: Long Walk questions due on Wednesday 2/7: Finish Unit 8 definitions; Unit 8 exercises due Tuesday 2/9: See above + Test Thursday 2/14: HW practice test optional, Unit 8 test tomorrow 2/15: Unit 9 vocab has been posted. It's not due until March 2, but if you have time you may want to complete it in advance. Book quiz Feb. 28 2/16: See above and catch up on Music Monday due Wednesday (See Google Classroom for topics) 2/26: Music Monday due Wednesday, Unit 8 definitions due Wednesday, book quiz Wednesday, Sadlier exercises due Friday, Unit 9 test Tuesday, March 6 3/2: Sadlier test moved to Wednesday. Speech excerpt due Thursday. 3/5: Same as above plus new Sadlier(graded) 3/12: Finish list; read works assignment 3/15: Sadlier 7-9 due Monday; 7-9 test on Wednesday. Begin working on your speech