these stories, and enjoy!Enjoy!Don’t rush through—take the full twenty
minutes to read.
three that really speak to you, that spark something in you, that you like.
our class folder on google docs, open of the file called “Model for Fifty Word
Stories You Like”.That’s what I want
your assignment to look like.
and paste your three favorites into a google doc, including author and title.
one sentence after each one explaining why you like the story.
it in the class google docs folder“Three (3) Fifty-Word Stories I Like) as “your last name--Fifty Word
Stories I Like”.
8.IF YOU CAN’T DO STEP #7, I will help
you at 10:55.
9.DUE:By classtime tomorrow (Tuesday)
·Please pick up a Mid-Term Reflection
·Please do a folder log-in with the
papers you are getting back.
Last Twenty Minutes of Block--Mid-Term
Preparation and Reflection (You will receive a daily grade for your answers, so
show care, thought, and effort in your responses.)
3.One piece you
want your parents to read at conferences
4.Staple your mid-term packet as
stapler is back here at my desk.)
a.Yellow reflection (on top)
b.Grade printout—white (in middle)
c.The piece my parents can read (on bottom)
5.Come on back
to my desk, and hand it in to me.Thanks!
manila folder on my desk as well. COLLEGE-PREP READING
When You Come In
1.Please sign in.
2.Take out a sheet of notebook paper, title it, “Greek
Greek Mythology—The Beginning of the End of the
1.Study for the
vocabulary quiz on Wednesday.
2.Make sure your
FOUR Myth Notecards are perfect.Re-do
the ones you did originally, if needed.
3. Read and annotate Professor Foster's chapter, "Now, Where Have I Seen Her Before." Wikipedia any allusions you don't know, and look up any vocab words you don't know. These notes should be in your annotations. (Remember our discussion from last Wednesday--check the blog for a refresher on how and why to annotate.)
Greek Myth Flashcards
1.Make one for each of your four figures:
2.Front of Card—Big and Colorful!
a.Name of Figure
3.Back of Card
a.Three VITAL facts
b.Two relationships/connections to figures from our
Greek Myth Notes
them ACCURATE, simple, and clear!People
are going to have to copy YOUR CARD, and we want to convey the information
quickly and easily.
rounds!Get ready to write!
3.Please turn in your annotated Foster chapter:“Now, Where Have I Seen Her Before?”We’ll discuss it tomorrow.