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DUAL ENG: Mythology
Due Date: 3/18/2020
Subject: English 12

Read Edith Hamilton's Mythology Chapter 3 - How the World and Mankind Were Created

Scroll down to page 77

I would also like you to complete a diary entry for each day you are out of school. Five entries will make an essay grade:  At least 1 page.... Submit to Schoology

You are living through a moment in history that people will look back on one day. You may be telling your own children what you experienced during the Coronavirus pandemic of 2020. Your words will be a first-hand historical account (primary source) of these events that will be of great value in the future. You might describe what you do with your time, how you’re feeling, what you’re thinking, and what you’re observing in the world around you. You might include videos, images, excerpts from news sources, etc. At least 1 page....



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 3/11/2020
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: “Experience is what you get when you didn't get what you wanted. And experience is often the most valuable thing you have to offer.”  ― Randy Pausch, The Last Lecture   (2 times in cursive)

 

Short Writing Assignment: 200 words ~ If I were your supervisor and asked you to do something that you disagreed with, what would you do? (submit to Schoology)



ENG 12: The Last Lecture
Due Date: 3/6/2020
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: It’s okay for your short story to have an unresolved ending. In fact, that’ll likely be the case simply because the story is…well, short. (once in cursive) 

 

 



English 12: Short Story
Due Date: 3/2/2020
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: If a student is awarded any private scholarships, it is important that he or she notifies the college’s financial aid office of the details. (once in cursive)

 Short Story: Original Author - reclaim your story. Keep any corrections you like, delete the changes you don't. Add something.

 



ENG 12: Creative Writing
Due Date: 3/2/2020
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: No matter how experienced (or inexperienced) you are as a writer, you need feedback. (2 times in cursive)

Finish your short story - writing and typing



English 12: Short Story
Due Date: 2/26/2020
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Grants are usually awarded based on a student’s financial need, while scholarships are often given to students based on a student’s merit.  (Once in cursive)

Rotary Scholarship due at the end of class ( Classwork Grade)

 

Let's get out our short story. Put your name on it as author. Pass it to a fellow student who will put his/her name on it as editor.

Editor: Your job is to add or delete to make the story better, stronger, more entertaining. You have 20 minutes - GO!

Editor - Pass this to another editor. Same deal - add/delete/move. Make this a fun short story. Your goal is a 2 - 2 1/2 page story.



ENG 12: Creative Writing
Due Date: 2/4/2020
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Editing is where the real magic happens when it comes to writing. We all have this idea in our minds that we’ll get it perfect the first time and that’s just not how writing works. (1 time in cursive)

Get your lap top and short story. Continue writing and editing. Today's focus is going to be moving towards an ending of the story.



ENG 12: Creative Writing
Due Date: 2/3/2020
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Stories are about protagonists, and if you don’t have a good protagonist, you won’t have a good story. The essential ingredient for every protagonist is that they must make decisions, one to get herself into whatever mess she gets into, and one to get herself out of the mess. (one time in cursive)

 

You should have a story in front of you that already has a problem stated for the protagonist. Develop this conflict a little more. Let's see what happeend, what caused it, what a mess it's made, etc. Your imagination is the only limit on this. But, as you develop thie conflict a bit more, add another character of your choosing and create some dialogue between the protgaonist and the new character. 

Type and put on Schoology - Save to the hard drive as well



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 1/31/2020
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: 7% of all job seeking candidates conducting the job search while even in the restroom ( 1 time in cursive)

 "What do you consider to be your biggest professional achievement?"

 Here's an interview question that definitely requires an answer relevant to the job. If you say your biggest achievement was improving throughput by 18 percent in six months but you're interviewing for a leadership role in human resources ... that answer is interesting but ultimately irrelevant.

 Instead, talk about an underperforming employee you "rescued," or how you overcame infighting between departments, or how so many of your direct reports have been promoted....

 The goal is to share achievements that let the interviewer imagine you in the position -- and see you succeeding. Answer this question in a paragraph or two on Schoology

 



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 1/27/2020
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Creating a professional looking range of social media profiles that showcase you in the best light possible. (two times in cursive)

 

In a Job Interview - Think positive!!!
No one likes a complainer, so don't dwell on negative experiences during an interview. Even if the interviewer asks you point blank, "What courses have you liked least?" or "What did you like least about that previous job?" don't answer the question. Or more specifically, don't answer it as it's been asked. Instead, say something like, "Well, actually I've found something about all of my classes that I've liked. For example, although I found [class] to be very tough, I liked the fact that [positive point about the class]" or "I liked [a previous job] quite a bit, although now I know that I really want to [new job]."

 

Your assignment: Answer this question on Schoology -       What did you like least about your last job?  (Use any of your prior work experience as basis for this question)



English 12: Creative Writing
Due Date: 1/24/2020
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer:  Clarify your "selling points" and the reasons you want the job. (write 3 times in cursive)

Class writes Bell Ringer

Collect bell ringer notebooks (quiz grade)

grab a lap top that is new to you

draw a slip of paper with a “problem” on it

spend 3 minutes writing about this problem

spend 2 minutes having your character discover this problem

save - Post to Schoology "The Problem is" - and plug computer back up



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 1/21/2020
Subject: English 12

Late Schedule + Assembly

 

Bell Ringer: Jobseekers are posting over half-a-million resumes resumes on Monster every week. ( 1 time in cursive)

 



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 1/20/2020
Subject: English 12

SNOW DAY

 

 



English 12:"The Lottery"
Due Date: 1/15/2020
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: According to statistics, businesses reject 88% of resumes when they include a picture. (write 1 time in cursive)

 

Class will open this web site  https://forms.gle/61aNXixTCwhPnr4s7   and fill out the short form

Class writes Bell Ringer

Finish questions as needed



English 12: "The Lottery"
Due Date: 1/14/2020
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer:In the US, there are 3 million unfilled jobs and 11.8 million unemployed workers. (write 2x in cursive)

*** Class will open this web site  https://forms.gle/61aNXixTCwhPnr4s7   and fill out the short form

Choose a partner and answer these questions from "The Lottery"

 

“The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson 

 

1. Why has Jackson chosen common people for her characters? Could she have chosen characters from other levels of sophistication with the same effect? What is the irony of the tone of this story?

 2. What seems to have been the original purpose of the lottery? What do people believe about it?

 3. Is it important that the original paraphernalia for the lottery had been lost? What do you suppose the original ceremony was like? Why have some of the villages given up this practice? Why hasn't this one?

 4. What is the significance of Tessie's final scream, "It isn't fair, it isn't right"? What aspect of the lottery does she explicitly challenge; what aspect goes unquestioned?

 5. This is a different sort of story when you read it for the second time. What elements (such as Mrs. Hutchinson's attempt to have her daughter, Eva, draw with the family) might take on a different meaning the second time through?

 6. Some critics insist that the story has an added symbolic meaning. Do you agree? If so, what is Shirley Jackson trying to tell us about ourselves? (Hint: Consider that this story was written during the height of the rise of Communism and the Soviet Union.)

 7. Is the lottery a collective act of murder? Is it morally justified? Is tradition sufficient justification for such actions? How would you respond to cultures that are different from ours that perform "strange" rituals?

 8. What is the tone of the story? Explain what effect it has on the reader (Remember, tone is the author’s attitude toward the subject; the author’s tone creates the mood—your reaction).

 Bonus Question:

 9. Describe the point of view of the story. How does the point of view affect what we know about the situation? How does it preserve the story's suspense?

 



English 12: "The Lottery"
Due Date: 1/13/2020
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: An embarrassing  email will put you into the group of 76% of resumes that are thrown out simply because their email address were unprofessional. (write 1 time in cursive)

Class will read  "The Lottery" 

Class will watch the video of "The Lottery"

Class will open this web site  https://forms.gle/61aNXixTCwhPnr4s7   and fill out the short form



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 12/6/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write your first and last name neatly 25 times in cursive

Show me your bell ringer notebook with  these 25 and the 20 from the other day. Naetness counts! 

 

Open up your resume and clean it up a bit.  Your job is to make it look neat and tidy. Don't come show me until YOU are proud of what you have created.  I must have a copy of it by the end of class.

 

It will include:   Check your capitalization, spacing, spelling, etc. BE PROUD OF THIS PIECE OF 

                          PAPER

 

 

your name

contact information 

career objective

educational experience

work experience

skills

clubs/organizational memberships

     * If you are a member of SkillsUSA, it must be listed

references

 

A resume gets you the job interview. The interview gets you the job! 

 



English 12
Due Date: 12/2/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Peter Piper Picked a peck of pickled peppers (4 times in cursive)

 

Short note to our adopted soldier



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 11/22/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Opening the oracle was no easy feat. (three times in cursive)

 

 

1. Complete Bell Ringer for today 

2. Hand in Bell Ringer Notebook for grade

3. Create a Skills Section under the Experience Section

    *  Credentials: list and SP 1, SP2, etc, W!SE, any certificate you have showing that you know          how to do something

Make sure to get copies of these certificates to place in yoour portfolio

4. Clean up your fonts and spacing and print off for me to see.

 



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 11/21/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. (three times in cursive)

 

1. Complete Bell Ringer for today 

 2. Experience section of resume: write and place under education

     * 3 years TIG welding                               * 2 years advanced accounting

     * 1.5 years Microsoft Office                    * 3 years cash register

     * 25+ oil changes                                       * 45+ permanent wave applications

 

What do you know how to do and how much experience do you have with it?

 



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 11/20/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Oedipus Rex is a famous play about a blind man that sees clearly, among other things(three times in cursive)

1. Complete the daily bell ringer

2. Write your education under the career objective

     Graham High School, Bluefield, VA. General Studies. Anticipated graduation, May 2020.

     Tazewell County Career and Technical Center, Tazewell, VA. Small Engine Repair.                 

           Anticipated graduation, May 2020.



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 11/19/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Nervous Nancy Drew named the villain. (three times in cursive)

 

1.Complete Bell Ringer for today 

2. Write your Career Objective under the contact information

3. Print the whole thing as it is now and let me grade



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 11/18/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Bell Ringer: Dennis the Menace marched merrily to Mrs. Mason’s mansion. (three times in cursive)

 

1. Complete Bell Ringer for today  

2. Put a heading on your resume. Bold your name or increase the font for it to stand out more than the address

3. Create a professional email address if needed

Center:

                                                 John Q. Public  

                                            210 Valleydale Street

                                           Farmville, Virginia 23901

(276) 392-4401 (h)                 (434) 296-4801  (c)           jqpublic@gmail.com                                        



English 12: "To Build a Fire"
Due Date: 11/15/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: “Loose Lips sinks ships” was a WWII motto.

1. Complete the daily bell ringer

 2. Hand in Bell Ringer Notebook

 3. Finish answering the questions on "To Build a Fire"

 



English 12: "To Build a Fire"
Due Date: 11/13/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Indigo is inherently not invisible (3 times in cursive)

 Snow Day #2



English 12: "To Build a Fire"
Due Date: 11/12/2019
Subject: English 12

Snow Day #1



English 12: "To Build a Fire"
Due Date: 11/11/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write your name in cursive 10 times neatly

How would you handle extreme cold?

Class will read "To Build a Fire" 

Audio version of "To Build a Fire"



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 11/8/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Harry Houdini had a horrible accident while trying hocus pocus. (3 times in cursive)

 

Describe your student career. How have you advanced your position in school leadership, GPA, sports, theatre, band, or just in the eyes of others with no particular group affiliation (150-200 words). Be sure to describe how you advanced yourself and how you overcame obstacles in your path. How can you apply these self learned skills to the work and/or college world?

 

Ask people that know you and your work to write a letter of reference for you. Need to have three letters by November 8



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 11/7/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: “Good Grief,”  said Charlie Brown as he gobbled grapefruit. (3 times in cursive)

 

Do a little bit of research on what diversity awareness is. Write 150-200 words of your own discussing how YOU exhibit diversity awareness is various aspects of your life.  Place on Schoology

 

Ask people that know you and your work to write a letter of reference for you. Need to have three letters by November 8



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 11/6/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: I forgot that Freaky Friday was a fun film. (3 times in cursive)

 

1. Complete Bell Ringer for today 

2. Portfolio Check - Test Grade

1. Short Term Goals

2. Long Term Goals

3. Strengths

4. Weaknesses

5. Who I am

6. Who I want to be

7. Work Ethic

8. Personal  Statement

9. Initiative

10.  Three positive things your last boss would say about you

 

Explain a bit about each. Do not exceed 200 words. Place on Schoology

 

Ask people that know you and your work to write a letter of reference for you. Need to have three letters by November 8



English 12:
Due Date: 11/1/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Ellen eloped excitedly with Edward. (3 times in cursive)

Hand in your bell ringer notebook

 



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 10/25/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Union (20 times in cursive)

 

Portfolio Check - Test Grade

1. Short Term Goals

2. Long Term Goals

3. Strengths

4. Weaknesses

5. Who I am

6. Who I want to be

7. Work Ethic

8. Personal  Statement

9. Initiative

10.  Three positive things your last boss would say about you



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 10/24/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Tattle (20 times in cursive)

 Parent Teacher Conferences 4-7

Draft a personal statement. Write a paragraph that includes some brief professional information, your long- and short-goals, and how you approach your work. Depending on what field you’re in, you may want to include your creative philosophy, management philosophy, teaching philosophy, and so on.

  • If you are planning on showing your portfolio to many potential employers, your personal statement should be broad enough to encompass all of them.
  • Use specifics rather than generalizations. For example, say “My experience producing a feature-length student-written film taught me the perseverance necessary for success in the challenging indie film industry,” rather than, “I’ve worked on making films, so I’m a good candidate.”

submit to Schoology



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 10/23/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Sassy (20 times in cursive)

 

Make a list of at least 20 skills that you have - This can include  (MOVED)

- babysitting

- mowing grasss

- Microsoft Word

 - Excel

- Powerpoint

 - cooking

- calm under pressure

- cash register

- oil changing

- carbeurator cleaning

- changing breaks

 



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 10/22/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Reason (Write 20 times in cursive)

1. Ask people that know you and your work to write a letter of reference for you. Need to have three letters by November 8

2. Write 250 words on your extra curricular activities. Be certain to tell your leadership roles. Submit to Schoology



English 12: Portfolio
Due Date: 10/21/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Question (20 times in cursive)

 

1. Complete the bell ringer for today

2. What are three positive things your last boss would say about you?

Explain a bit about each. Do not exceed 200 words. Place on Schoology



English 12: "The Tell Tale Heart"
Due Date: 10/17/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: oily (Write 15 times in cursive)

 

Students will take a short quiz on Poe and complete a cross word puzzle on Poe's story



English 12: "The Tell Tale Heart"
Due Date: 10/16/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Pappy (Write 15 times in cursive)

Test on "The Tell Tale Heart"



English 12:"The Tell Tale Heart"
Due Date: 10/16/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Nanny (Write 15 times in cursive)

Students will watch a short animation of  "The Tell Tale Heart"

Students and teacher will watch  Thug Notes summary  "The Tell Tale Heart"

Students will answer 5 questions on "The Tell Tale Heart"



English 12: "The Tell Tale Heart"
Due Date: 10/14/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Little (Write 15 times in cursive)

Read "The Tell Tale Heart" by Edgar Allen Poe

Listen to the story by clicking here



English 12
Due Date: 10/11/2019
Subject: English 12


English 12: "The Things They Carried"
Due Date: 10/10/2019
Subject: English 12

Collect Bell Ringer Notebooks

Test on "The Things They Carried"



English 12: "The Things They Carried"
Due Date: 10/9/2019
Subject: English 12

Due at the end of class

Answer any 10 questions. Answers MUST be complete sentence or they will be counted wrong.

 

1. How does Kiowa describe Ted Lavender's death?

2. When was Ted Lavender killed outside of the village Than Khe?

3. Who was excused from tunnel duty due to size?

4. Who is unlucky to draw tunnel duty during the mission outside Than Khe?

5. Which item doubled as a body bag?

6. "Hump it" means what?

7. What do the men call plane rides home to America?

8. Which men have a conversation when they see Lt. Cross crying after Ted Lavender's death?

9. In the list of all the things the soldiers carried, what item was most surprising? Which item did you find most evocative of the war? Which items stay with you?

10. In what sense does Jimmy love Martha? Why does he construct this elaborate, mostly fictional, relationship with her: What does he get out of it?

11. Why do the soldiers tell jokes about the war, about killing?

12.. How is the idea of weight used and developed in the story? How do you, as a reader, feel reading those lists of weight? What effect does it have on you?

13. How has Jimmy changed by the end of the story? How will he be a different person from this point on? What has he learned about himself? Or to put it another way, what has he lost and what has he gained?



English 12: "The Things They Carried"
Due Date: 10/8/2019
Subject: English 12

Finish reading "The Things They Carried" in class

Discuss



English 12 "The Things They Carried"
Due Date: 10/7/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Gaggle (15x)

Read "The Things They Carried" page 387 in Literature and the Writing Process

online version Click Here

audio version Click here



English 12: Positive Things about yourself
Due Date: 10/3/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Effie (15x)

 

1.      Complete the bell ringer for today

 2.   What are three positive things your last boss would say about you?

Explain a bit about each. Do not exceed 200 words. Place on Schoology



English 12: Goals
Due Date: 10/2/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Did Doug dig Dick's garden or did Dick dig Doug's garden? (Write 2 times in cursive)

1.      Complete the bell ringer for today

2.      What are your short term goals (next year)

3.      What are your long term goals (next 5 years)

150 words each – submit to Schoology



English 12 Job Interview Questions
Due Date: 10/1/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Crisp crusts crackle crunchily. (Write 3 times in cursive)

 

1.      Complete the bell ringer for today

2.      What are your weaknesses? Write 150 words – submit to Schoology



English 12 Job Interview Questions
Due Date: 9/30/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer:  Betty Botter bought some butter. But, she said, the

butter’s bitter. (Write 3 times in cursive)

 

1. Complete Bell Ringer for today 

2. Write 150 words on what your strengths are. Submit to Schoology



English 12 "Good Country People"
Due Date: 9/27/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Ava's apples were actually awesome.  Write 4 times in cursive

Short test on “Good Country  People” 



English 12: "Good Country People"
Due Date: 9/26/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write the capital letter "Z" and lower case letter

"z" in cursive 15 times each.

 

Using your words and definitions from 9/17, write a paragraph about

"Good Country People" using these words from the traditional work world

motivation     diversity

 integrity        work ethic

 customer       service skills

 mentor           proficient

 adaptability    professionalism

 



English 12 "Good Country People"
Due Date: 9/25/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write the capital letter "Y" and lower case letter "y" in cursive 15 times each.

Continue reading and listening to "Good Country People"

Answer #2, page 145

 

 



English 12 "Good Country People"
Due Date: 9/24/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write the capital letter "X" and lower case letter "x" in cursive 15 times each.

Continue reading and listening to "Good Country People"

no written work today

 

 



English 12 "Good Country People"
Due Date: 9/23/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write the capital letter "W" and lower case letter "w" in cursive 15 times each.

 

 Begin reading "Good Country People" by Flannery O'Connor

 Audio version of "Good Country People"

 

Answer #1 on page 145



English 12: Portfolio Work
Due Date: 9/20/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write the capital letter "V" and lower case letter "v" in cursive 15 times each.

 Print out: career choices

1. citical thinking
2. integrity
3. work ethic
4. who are you?
5. Who do you want to be?

Make sure each page is neat and clean. Grammar has been checked

Spelling has been checked

Punctuation has been checked.

 

Hole punch and puit into your portfolio binder = Test Grade (20 points each)



English 12: Critical Thinking
Due Date: 9/19/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write the capital letter "U" and lower case letter "u" in cursive 15 times each.

 Write 250 words (minimum)

The skills that we need in order to be able to think critically are varied and include observation, analysis, interpretation, reflection, evaluation, inference, explanation, problem solving, and decision making.

Explain in your 250 words (minimum) how you will work on developing each of these elements of Critical Thinking



English 12: Initiative
Due Date: 9/18/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write the capital letter "T" and lower case letter "t" in cursive 15 times each.

Write 150 words on what critical thinking is, why it is important, and how you can demostrate this skill daily. Submit to Schoology

What is employee initiative? Write 150 words and submit to Schoology.

 

An individual's action that begins a process, often done without direct managerial influence. For example, an employee might take the initiative to come up with a new product or service that the company could offer.
Write 200 words on how YOU show initiative and how you can improve

 



English 12: Career CHoices
Due Date: 9/17/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write the capital letter "S" and lower case letter "s" in cursive 15 times each.

1. Define the following vocabulary words: 

motivation     diversity

integrity        work ethic

customer       service skills

mentor           proficient

adaptability    professionalism

 

2. Write 150 words on what critical thinking is, why it is important, and how you can demostrate this skill daily. Submit to Schoology



English 12: career choices
Due Date: 9/16/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write the capital letter "R" and lower case letter "r" in cursive 15 times each.

1. Complete Bell Ringer for today

2. Finish defining vocabulary words from two weeks ago

3. On Schoology, name four careers you are interested in

4. Tell me three things you know about each career

5. Tell me why each of these three things interests you

 

Career Choice #1

A. This career is

     This interests me because

B. This career is

     This interests me because

C. This career is 

   This interests me because



English 12 "The Rocking Horse Winner" *
Due Date: 9/13/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write the capital letter "P" and lower case letter "p" in cursive 15 times each.

Bell Ringer: Write the capital letter "Q" and lower case letter "q" in cursive 15 times each.

 1. Complete the Bell Ringer for today

 2. Watch a short version of "The Rocking Horse Winner" Click Here

 

 SOLs addressed: (please click here)        Learning Objectives:Click Here

English 12 Curriculum Framework : Click Here



English 12: "The Rocking Horse Winner" *
Due Date: 9/12/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write the capital letter "O" and lower case letter "o" in cursive 15 times each.

1. Complete the daily bell ringer in your Bell Ringer notebook

2. Let's watch a quick summary of our story  Click Here

2. Complete 6-10 of "The Rocking Horse Winner" questions 

3. Again, make sure they are complete sentence answers or they will be counted wrong.

 

SOLs addressed: (please click here)        Learning Objectives:Click Here

English 12 Curriculum Framework : Click Here



English 12 "The Rocking Horse Winner" *
Due Date: 9/11/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write the capital letter "N" and lower case letter "n" in cursive 15 times each.

 

 1. Complete the daily bell ringer in your Bell Ringer notebook

2.  We will finish "The Rocking Horse Winner" by DH Lawrence

3. Open Rocking Horse Winner Audio Version

4. Open "The Rocking Horse Winner" short answer questions. 

5. Answer on your own paper with complete sentences. If your answer is not a complete sentence, it will be counted wrong.

6. We'll answer the first five questions.

 

 SOLs addressed: (please click here)        Learning Objectives:Click Here

English 12 Curriculum Framework : Click Here 



English 12: "Rocking Horse Winner"
Due Date: 9/9/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write the capital letter "M" and lower case letter "m" in cursive 15 times each.

1. Complete the daily bell ringer in your Bell Ringer notebook

2. Open "The Rocking Horse Winner" by DH Lawrence

3. Open Rocking Horse Winner Audio Version

 

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English 12: Work Ethic
Due Date: 9/4/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write the capital letter "J" and lower case letter "j" in cursive 15 times each.

** turn in your bell ringer notebook for a quiz grade

 

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   Instructional/Assessment Activities: 

  1. (Opening Activity) Get your Bell Ringer Notebook out. If you do not have your bell ringer notebook today, use a sheet of notebook paper.

 2. Complete the Bell Ringer for the day in your notebook. Use an ink pen.

 3.  Discussion of Work Ethic

4. Discussion of how work ethic impacts integrity and vice versa

5. CLass Exercise: Download this document on Workplace Ethics

6. I will divide class and after you complete, we will discuss

 

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English 12: Work Ethic
Due Date: 9/3/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write the capital letter "I" and lower case letter "i" in cursive 15 times each.

 

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  Instructional/Assessment Activities: 

 1. (Opening Activity) Get your Bell Ringer Notebook out. If you do not have your bell ringer notebook today, use a sheet of notebook paper.

2. Complete the Bell Ringer for the day in your notebook. Use an ink pen.

3. Today we are going to write about our work ethic

4. First things first, define Work ethic

5. Class discussion on work ethic

6. Write 200 words on your work ethic and how you plan on improving it

7. Submit to Schoology

 

 

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English 12: "Contents of a Dead Man's Pocket"
Due Date: 8/29/2019
Subject: English 12

Bell Ringer: Write the capital letter "G" and lower case letter "g" in cursive 15 times each.

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  Instructional/Assessment Activities: 

1. (Opening Activity) Get your Bell Ringer Notebook out. If you do not have your bell ringer notebook today, use a sheet of notebook paper. Complete the daily bell ringer

2. Answer 11-20 about the "Content's of a Dead Man's Pocket"

3. You must answer with complete sentences for the answer to be counted correctly

 

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DUAL ENG:
Due Date: 8/23/2019
Subject: English 12

Essay #1 In-Class Essay: The topic is the Anglo Saxons. Submit to Schoology

 

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DUAL ENG:
Due Date: 8/22/2019
Subject: English 12

 

Reader Response #2 To be written in class: “Why is there background information in the poem about Grendel and Hrothgar?

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DUAL ENG:
Due Date: 8/21/2019
Subject: English 12

 Read: Beowulf” “The Monster Grendel” Sections 1, 2, 3 (pages 14, 16,17)

 Quiz #1 to be done in class (paper and ink pen)

 

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