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Second Semester

Ninth Grade:

We will doing a novel study of To Kill a Mockingbird.

Tenth Grade:

We will be reading Fast Food Nation and looking at ethos, logos, and pathos. We will read various articles, watch at Ted Talks and other film clips, and hopefully, have a few speakers come in to speak about nutrition and farming.  

 

Teacher Office Hours:

Monday - Thursday 7 - 7:35 am

Tuesday - Friday 2:45 - 3:30 pm 

Students are encouraged to take charge of their learning and see me to schedule time to review material that they could use additional help with. Students should NOT wait until the day before an important assignment is due or a quiz is scheduled. Part of being a successful student is the need to be an organized and prepared learner.   

 

Literacy Project:

Due March 6 by 11:55pm

 

Prompt:

Describe, in detail, your main character's struggle throughout the book and how they were able to work overcome these obstacles.  How does the main character change over the course of the book.

Give specific examples from the book . 

 

 

Helpful Links:

 

http://www.fsassessments.org - Information about the new state exam

www.pearsonrealize.com - Textbook link

https://moodle.tvcs.org - Moodle link

 

 A sample MLA formatted paper is available to you through the following link on the VCS Media Center's page.  This sample paper was provided by Lake Sumter State College.  Please review this prior to submitting any essays. MLA format is a requirement.  

Another wonderful writing resource is the Purdue Online Writing Lab, also known as the Purdue OWL.  I will refer to this site in class often.  Click here to access the site.

 

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Contact: Cassandra.Sherburne@TVCS.org

PDF documents
10th Grade Poetry Self Assessment -
9th grade Poetry Self Assessment -
Checklist for writing - Always check your papers against this first
English 1/ English 1 Honors Midterm Study Guide -
English 2 Honors Midterm Study Guide -
FSA Writing Test Best Practices -
Julius Caesar Packet -
Midsummer Packet -
Midsummer Questions Act 1-5 -
Moodle Set up - Info to help students set up a Moodle account
Permission Slip for Field Trip - Play on 2/17 or 3/5
Queen Mab Worksheet -
Romeo and Juliet Timeline - Timeline of events
West Side Story Questions -

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English I - Intro to Poetry
English II Honors - Shakespeare Paper

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English I - Poetry Collection One
English II Honors - Shakespeare Paper

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English I - Poetry Collection Three
English II Honors - Poetry

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English I - Poetry Collection Three
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