2018-19 Weekly Sheets and Assignments for English 10Weekly SheetsBelow are sheets that describe class work for the week and homework. While I often update them when classwork or homework changes, remember to check with me, or a trusted classmate if you miss class: be ready for the current assignment after absences.Quarter 3March 30, 2020 --Hello! I hope you are all happy and healthy (I miss you so much)!!Before we start on any academic work, I want you to know that you should email me if you are having any difficulties (any).Since we cannot meet in a physical classroom, I've moved class lessons to GoogleClassroom. All correspondence and assignments will be posted there.Here's hoping that we will meet face-to-face before the schoolyear ends!Note on March 19: I hope that everyone is well! Please contact me if you need anything. As for now,I'm not posting any work, but will after the district gives us the word. It will probably be assigned on Google Classroom, since you are all registered for it.I miss you all!!! Stay healthy!!
Week 7 (March 9-13) Homework assigned Thursday has been changed. Complete the reading, but do not write a QCQC sheet.
Week 6 (March 2-6)
Here is the link for the writing assignment and all of the supporting documents: How You Learn
Week 5 (Feb. 24-28) Homework added (written on the board) Thursday, Feb. 27 - Write a poem about your name (anything about it). Come into the classroom with the completed work.
Week 4 (Feb. 17-21)
Week 3 - With snow day and water issues, we only met once this week. We started our poetry folders: no homework.
Week 2 (Feb. 3-7) We had Diversity Training on Wednesday, Feb. 5, and will meet for regular class on Friday, Feb. 7.
Homework written on board Friday, 2/7: Study notes from MLA presentation and your Webquest for an MLA quiz next class.
Week 1 (Jan. 27-31)
Homework written on the board (due Tuesday, Feb. 4): Create citations for the 3 required sources for the Macbeth-Tyrant research project. This will be completed in Noodletools. The assignment can be found in Google Classroom.Quarter 2
The English 10 Midterm is on Tuesday, January 21 in the afternoon (this is a change, it was originally slated for the morning). We will take it in room 164.
Week 9 (Jan. 13-17) No printed sheet in classroom
Monday, 1/13: review Regents Part 2 Essay (Recess); complete multiple choice practice for upcoming midterm
homework- study for Macbeth test
Wednesday, 1/15: Macbeth test
Week 8 (Jan. 6-10)
Week 7 -- only met one day: Finished reading Macbeth in class
Week 6 (Dec. 16-20) - No weekly sheet. No homework over break. When we return, we'll finish reading Macbeth.
Week 5 (Dec. 9-13)
Week 4 (Dec. 2-6) - No weekly sheet (only met once and half of the block was dedicated to BOCES New Visions information session)
For homework (due Monday, Dec. 9) Have final copy of writing assignment (typed MLA style), completed peer review, first draft, assignment rubric. Please have everything when you walk in the door for class.
Week 3 (Nov. 25-26) -- No weekly sheet (week is too short with Thanksgiving Break). Homework is to write the first draft of the Self-Authoring assignment.
Week 2 (Nov. 18-22) -- link has additions to the original sheet printed for class
link for the Macbeth Act 3 study guide
Week 1 (Nov. 12-15)You can access and copy the Macbeth Act 2 study guide at this link.Quarter 1*The last day that I can accept work for Quarter 1 is Friday, Nov. 8. If you are revising, ensure that your new, clean copy is stapled on top of all previous drafts and the rubric that I marked. If we don't meet for class that day, or I'm not in the room, put your work in the class collection drawer.Week 10 (Nov. 4-10) The List 7 Quiz has been postponed to next week.Week 9 (Oct. 28-Nov. 1) The weekly sheet linked here has been updated from the one printed for the class.Week 7 (Oct. 14-18) Because we only meet one day, I will not have printed copies of this weekly sheet in class.Week 6 (Oct. 7- 4)Week 5 (Sept. 30-Oct. 4) Change: On Friday, Oct. 4, we did not rewrite/revise essays; we will do that next class. Homework is to study for the Oedipus test and to bring your essay with you next class so that you can staple it to your finished, typed copy.Week 4 (Sept. 23-27)- Link for Regents essay and rubric; Homework added Friday, 9/27 and due Tuesday, Oct. 2: complete the Tragic Hero portion of your study guide (section V).Week 3 (Sept. 16-20)Week 2 (Sept. 9-13) link has changes made to original (printed) copyWeek 1 - no weekly sheet