LA I H Per 6 - Fall-2022-23 Assignments

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To Kill a Mockingbird TQEs in Google Classroom

To Kill a Mockingbird TQEs

Created by Richard Cadra: Wednesday, November 16 10:52 AM

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Walk in Someone Else's Shoes in Google Classroom

Walk in Someone Else's Shoes

Complete the assignment and bring a printed copy of your shoe to class on Wednesday.
Created by Richard Cadra: Monday, October 17 12:04 PM

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"The Scarlet Ibis" Essay Final Draft

Created by Richard Cadra: Thursday, September 29 6:13 PM

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"The Scarlet Ibis" Essay (Intro, MBP #1, MBP #2, and Conc RD)

Post your intro, MBP #1, MBP #2, and Conclusion here.

***Bring a printed copy to class on Thursday for peer editing.
Created by Richard Cadra: Wednesday, September 28 2:38 PM

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"The Scarlet Ibis" Essay (Intro, MBP #1, and MBP #2)

Post your intro, MBP #1, and MBP #2 here.
Created by Richard Cadra: Tuesday, September 27 9:41 AM

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"The Scarlet Ibis" Essay (Intro and MBP #1 RD)

Post your intro and MBP #1 here.
Created by Richard Cadra: Monday, September 26 4:51 PM

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"The Scarlet Ibis" 8 Part Slide

Complete the 8 Part slide for "The Scarlet Ibis."
Created by Richard Cadra: Thursday, September 22 6:20 PM

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"The Scarlet Ibis" by James Hurst

Answer the following questions in your think book. Take a photo of your responses and post them here.

1. What mood is created after reading the first three paragraphs of the story?
2. Why is Doodle so moved by the scarlet ibis?
3. How is the end of the story foreshadowed? (Give at least two examples.)
Created by Richard Cadra: Thursday, September 22 6:20 PM

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Characterization Paragraph  in Google Classroom

Characterization Paragraph

Using the worksheet and strategies we discussed in class, type your character analysis paragraph and submit it here. 


***Also, bring a printed copy of your paragraph to class on Thursday.
Created by Richard Cadra: Wednesday, September 21 8:21 PM

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Blending Quotations in Google Classroom

Blending Quotations

Post your 4 properly blended quotations here.
Created by Richard Cadra: Tuesday, September 20 5:35 PM

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"The Most Dangerous Game" 8 Part Slide

Complete the 8 Part Slide for "The Most Dangerous Game."
Created by Richard Cadra: Friday, September 16 5:25 PM

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"The Most Dangerous Game" Questions

Respond to the following questions in your think book. Post a photo of your responses here.

1. Explain the double meaning of the title of the story.
2. Zaroff believes his game is fair. Do you agree? Why or why not?
3. How have Rainsford's feelings about animals changed by the end of the story? Cite evidence from the beginning and end of the story.
4. What effect does the last line of the story have on the reader versus Connell describing the final fight between Rainsford and Zaroff? Would you rather read the blow by blow details of that final battle?
Created by Richard Cadra: Thursday, September 15 3:38 PM

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"The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant" 8 Part Slide

Complete the 8 Part Slide for "The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant."
Created by Richard Cadra: Tuesday, September 13 3:19 PM

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"The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant" by W. D. Wetherell

After reading W.D. Wetherell's "The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant," respond to the following question in your think book. Take a photo of your response and post it here.

Imagine yourself in the narrator's situation. Would you have made the same decision regarding the fish and the girl or made a different choice. Why or why not?
Created by Richard Cadra: Monday, September 12 6:31 PM

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Unique Interview Poem in Google Classroom

Unique Interview Poem

Using the information you learn about your partner in class on Thursday, you will write a poem using the attached instructions and create a half sheet (8 1/2 in x 5 1/2 in) with a title, your poem, a byline, a photo of the person your poem is about, and any other "bling" you would like to include. You will present this to the class on Tuesday 9/6, and it will be displayed in the classroom. Use colored paper, stickers, drawings, glitter, etc. Make it beautiful!
Created by Richard Cadra: Thursday, September 1 9:55 AM

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Introductory Google Slide in Google Classroom

Introductory Google Slide

Create a single Google Slide which will introduce yourself to me. This will only be seen be me; I will not share this or ask you to present it to the class. (You will be doing that for another assignment.) :) On this Google Slide, include a photo of yourself as well as your responses to the following questions: 1) What are you most looking forward to this school year? 2) What is something unique/interesting about you that you would like to share with me? 3) What is a personal goal you have for yourself (unrelated to Language Arts)? 4) What is a goal you have related to this class?  Please use four bullet points (not numbers) and respond to the questions in complete sentences and in order. Be creative with your slide. Black text on a white slide? Boring. Make sure your color choices, font choice and size, and design are easily legible.
Created by Richard Cadra: Tuesday, August 30 1:30 AM