Priority List: 2/27 – 3/3

Greetings, Monarchs!

Click on the title of this post to see your priority list for the week. The English 9 priority list is first, and the English 10 priority list is second. Remember: if you are absent, I expect you to refer to this priority list for your make-up work! Be sure to get your work turned in within two days of your return to class. If you missed a quiz, email me at kelly.dutro@aps.edu to make an appointment to make up your quiz during lunch or after school.

English 9

Essential Question: What is the relationship between corruption and deception?

Monday, 2/27: Vocabulary Day has been postponed!

Since I’m out sick today, you will take your vocabulary quiz and turn in your foldable when I return. Please click here for today’s assignment.

Tuesday and Wednesday, 2/28-3/1: Animal Farm Prediction Skit

  1. First, you will take your vocabulary quiz on Schoology.
  2. Turn in your crossword puzzles from yesterday. Then, turn in your foldables.
  3. Before we read the ending of Animal Farm on Thursday/Friday, you will predict the events of the last chapter with your group. Next class, you will perform your predictions as a skit. Your predictions must be reasonable and align to the rest of the novel. Your skit should be between two and five minutes long.

 

Thursday and Friday, 3/2-3/3: Skit Performances and Chapter 10 of Animal Farm

We will begin the period with the skits from last class. Then, we will read the ending of Animal Farm before talking about next week’s Socratic Seminar.

English 10

Essential Question: What is the relationship between censorship and oppression?

Monday, 2/27: Vocabulary Day has been postponed!

Since I’m out sick today, you will take your vocabulary quiz and turn in your foldable when I return. Please click here for today’s assignment.

Tuesday and Wednesday, 2/28-3/1: F451 Prediction Skit

  1. First, you will take your vocabulary quiz on Schoology.
  2. Turn in your crossword puzzles from yesterday. Then, turn in your foldables.
  3. Before we read the ending of F451 on Thursday/Friday, you will predict the events of the last chapter with your group. Next class, you will perform your predictions as a skit. Your predictions must be reasonable and align to the rest of the novel. Your skit should be between two and five minutes long.

Thursday and Friday, 3/2-3/3: Skit Performances and Finish F451

We will begin the period with the skits from last class. Then, we will read the ending of Fahrenheit 451 before talking about next week’s Socratic Seminar.

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