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Posted: June 9, 2016

I began the class by handing back the poetry tests. Then students spent the class working through the review material for Twelfth Night.  The answers to the quotations are attached.

Posted: June 9, 2016

Students spent the class working through practice tests from The Contender, Cowboys Don’t Cry, and Brothers and Strangers. Students also worked through poetry selections to review for the exam.

Posted: June 8, 2016

Students spent the class working through practice tests from The Contender, Cowboys Don’t Cry, and Brothers and Strangers.

Posted: June 8, 2016

Students spent the class working through the review material from Twelfth Night.  The questions and answers are attached. Your poetry tests are marked and you will be getting them back tomorrow.

Posted: June 7, 2016

Students spent the entire class working on their final test on the Poetry Unit.

Posted: June 7, 2016

Students spent the class working through poetry sections in preparation for their June exam

Posted: June 6, 2016

Today students played Jeopardy to prepare for their final test on poetry.  Your final test will be written tomorrow.

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Posted: June 3, 2016

Students spent the class working through poetry sections in preparation for their June exam.

Posted: June 3, 2016

Today students spent the first 5 minutes completing a Quick Write which was later shared with another student. We then discussed the homework from the poem Jabberwocky. I then had students copy notes on Fred Cogswell, author of The Rock Pile. We then read aloud and discussed the poem The Rock Pile on page 307as well as Select Samaritan on page 308 of the text.  I assigned the comprehension questions for homework.  The notes on the author and the questions handout is attached.

Posted: June 1, 2016

Today students spent the first 5 minutes completing a Quick Write which was later shared with another student. We then discussed the homework from the poem To Sleep. I then had students copy notes on Lewis Carrol author of Jabberwocky. We then read aloud and discussed the poem.  I assigned the comprehension questions for homework.  The notes on the author and the questions handout is attached.

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