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Graded Timed Writing in Google Classroom

Graded Timed Writing

Submit the timed writing that you want scored. Write the score that you think you deserve at the top of the essay.

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Rhetorical Analysis in Google Classroom

Rhetorical Analysis

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Individual Work in Google Classroom

Individual Work


Look at slides 29-30 of the Success Criteria. Respond to each criteria and submit it by tomorrow's class time. 

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Entrance Ticket: Slide 25 of the  Success Criteria in Google Classroom

Entrance Ticket: Slide 25 of the Success Criteria

Answer the following in a few sentences.
 
Consider the Billy Deel
episode in terms of its significance. Remember, Jeannette Walls gets to pick
and choose which episodes to include, so analyze why she includes this one.
Think of at least two ways that this episode is important. What does it reveal
to us as readers?

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Glass Castle: Argument: Values in Google Classroom

Glass Castle: Argument: Values

DOUBLE-SPACE YOUR PARAGRAPHS! YES, I'M YELLING THIS!

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Google Slide/Argument in Google Classroom

Google Slide/Argument

Return to the Argument Powerpoint where the topics from old tests occur (slides 9-10). Choose one topic and create a thesis, 1 topic sentence, and then one piece of evidence. If you put it all together, it would be a portion of a paragraph.

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Values  in Google Classroom

Values

A traditional definition of "values" is beliefs that are important to a person; values are "standards by which people order their lives and make their choices." Look back over pages 3-25. Some of the Walls family values are stated explicitly; others can be inferred by their actions. As you look back over the pages, identify a "value," whether stated explicitly or implicitly and write it down. Then provide the page #  of where you found the value.


For example:
Neglect/Independence: Jeannette cooking hot dogs (3) & the doctors and nurses asking Jeannette questions (10)

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Please read and then answer the following for a daily grade for today. In order to receive credit, you must respond TODAY. in Google Classroom

Please read and then answer the following for a daily grade for today. In order to receive credit, you must respond TODAY.

If you were out yesterday and will not be here for the rest of the week, please email me paige.browning@glynn.k12.ga.us. I need to get our book, The Glass Castle, to you.


 If I do not hear from you, I am assuming that you have bought your copy of The Glass Castle, by Jeannette Walls. NOT HAVING THE BOOK AND NOT RESPONDING WILL NOT EXEMPT YOU FROM OUR ASSIGNMENTS MOVING FORWARD. You will still be expected to tune in for class each day and to keep up with our assignments in a timely manner.

I have added a link to each of our classes in Google Classroom. 


Class Times:
2:1: 10:00
3:1 11:40
3:2: 12:35
4:1: 2:00
4:2 2:48


Please answer: I understand the expectations of meeting each day at our designated class time, completing and turning in my assignments on time, and using the Meet Link at the top of each Google Classroom page.

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Please read and then answer the following for a daily grade for today. In order to receive credit, you must respond TODAY. in Google Classroom

Please read and then answer the following for a daily grade for today. In order to receive credit, you must respond TODAY.

If you were out yesterday and will not be here for the rest of the week, please email me paige.browning@glynn.k12.ga.us. I need to get our book, The Glass Castle, to you.


 If I do not hear from you, I am assuming that you have bought your copy of The Glass Castle, by Jeannette Walls. NOT HAVING THE BOOK AND NOT RESPONDING WILL NOT EXEMPT YOU FROM OUR ASSIGNMENTS MOVING FORWARD. You will still be expected to tune in for class each day and to keep up with our assignments in a timely manner.

I have added a link to each of our classes in Google Classroom. 


Class Times:
2:1: 10:00
3:1 11:40
3:2: 12:35
4:1: 2:00
4:2 2:48


Please answer: I understand the expectations of meeting each day at our designated class time, completing and turning in my assignments on time, and using the Meet Link at the top of each Google Classroom page.

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FOR THOSE WHO ARE OUT: DO THIS in Google Classroom

FOR THOSE WHO ARE OUT: DO THIS

We will be having graded discussions over the next two days. Here are the claims/questions for you to respond to. ALL answers must be backed up with evidence from the text to support. If you are not going to be in class for the next two days, email me to arrange a time that we can have a discussion mono y mono. We can link through Google Meet. 

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AP Classroom Unit 1 in Google Classroom

AP Classroom Unit 1

Login to My AP classroom and join our class using the codes provided in the handout. Then, you should find the assignments from Unit 1 that I have assigned, both videos and passages with questions.


If you have never created an account with AP follow the link below or the attached handout.


https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/access-your-ap-resources/join-your-class-online



Whatever you don't finish, finish for homework.

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FOR THOSE WHO ARE OUT: DO THIS in Google Classroom

FOR THOSE WHO ARE OUT: DO THIS

Read over the attached Powerpoint. Then choose two claims (any slide, don't worry about it being from another class). Then for each claim, find three pieces of evidence (quotes) to support each claim. Include the page number. WRITE THE CLAIM AND THE EVIDENCE DOWN ON A PIECE OF PAPER. DO NOT SUBMIT THROUGH GOOGLE. 

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2 purpose statements/ claims in Google Classroom

2 purpose statements/ claims

See the attached powerpoint with the central ideas from Henrietta Lacks. Turn those central ideas into claims by considering their purpose. What is Skloot advocating/arguing about those topics? Choose two ideas and write a claim statement for each one.

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"Claiming an Education" Assignment for the weekend

Read and annotate the article, paying particular attention to the following:
Highlight and label contrasts that you find throughout the essay;
 Pay attention to syntax: find a good example of parallel structure and anaphora and label them as such;
Mark and label where you think there is a major shift in the essay, where you think it changes focus or direction.
Lastly, create a Google Slides presentation where you:
State the purpose of the article in one sentence on one slide;
Create 4 more slides, where you copy 4 quotes (1 per slide) that you find meaningful. Boys, I am aware that this speech is intended for a female audience, but you can substitute the idea of female student, with just "student." :)
You will have a total of 5 slides and a fantastic time in creating it.

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"Superman and Me" Rhetorical Analysis Body Paragraph

Write 1 body paragraph for a rhetorical analysis essay. You should read through the handout below to explain how a rhetorical essay is written and how a body paragraph is set up. Use this topic sentence to begin your paragraph. Your entire paragraph will work to prove this topic sentence. You're not just finding evidence (quotes) and plopping them in. You are analyzing that evidence. Again, read the handout.


Topic sentence: Using
engaging syntax and extended metaphor, Alexie explains the reason he came to
love reading and its influence in how he views the world. 



Double space. Titles of essays are in quotation marks.

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Reading Journey: Book that Impacted You Paragraph in Google Classroom

Reading Journey: Book that Impacted You Paragraph