Monthly Archives: March 2015

HHS Lit Mag in April!

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Lessonplans for Monday, March 23 to Friday, March 27, 2015

Monday, March 23, 2015 ****I have moved the poetry that was on the March calendar (“Mending Wall,” “Chicago,” and “Harlem”) to April. Instead, see the following: Slideshare on Malamud and story 1. Get out SWBS from Friday. Review and turn … Continue reading

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Lesson Plans for Monday, March 16–Friday, March 20, 2015–updated 3/17

This 4th weeks, we will be exploring the theme of “Belonging in a Community.” The Essential Questions are: 1. To what extent does money buy happiness? 2. How do generation gaps cause conflict within families, communities, and societies?  3. In … Continue reading

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Today, Tuesday, March 10, 2015

We are in the computer lab today. I will be giving you a rubric for the persuasive essay. This rubric will show you/remind you about what you will be graded on when you turn in your persuasive essay.  Before you … Continue reading

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Plan for This Week: March 10–March 14, 2015

  Report cards will be going home on Tuesday, March 17th. Remember that this week you have benchmarks on Tuesday (Math and History) and on Thursday (English and Science). I will give you a rubric to help you with your … Continue reading

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Twelve Angry Men

We read Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose recently…

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Unleashed Talent Show is TONIGHT! 6:30

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Benchmark Review

In literature textbook, go to pages 1123, 1160, 1186, 1216, 1250 and pay attention to the words in bold. (Not the vocabulary in blue.) Your benchmark will be skills based (think: ACT type passages and questions) using those terms that … Continue reading

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