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To Kill a Mockingbird Test

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Grammar quiz - Prepositions

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Lit quiz - poetry - Whitman/Shakespeare

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TKaM quiz ch25-31
 
Poetry reading
 
G p. 143 ex 6-1 #3, 5, 6, 8, 9
        145      6-4   5-9odd

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Grammar Test - Modifiers (Adj/Advs)

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Lit q - Poe/Carroll

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To Kill a Mockingbird ch23-24
 
Lit quiz - Poetry of Carroll/Poe
 
Gram p.130 ex.5-16 # 5, 6, 8, 9
             131      5-17    2, 4, 7
             132-133 5-18  6-8

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To Kill a Mockingbird ch21-22
 
Lit quiz Wed - Poe/Carroll

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Lit quiz - Poetry (5 poems, Reading fluently, figurative language, vocab)
 
Gram p.128 ex. 5-14 #4-7
                          5-15   2, 5, 7-9
 
To Kill a Mockingbird - be prepared to discuss ch17-18

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To Kill a Mockingbird ch14-17
 
G p.118-119 ex. 5-4 #3-9odd
 
Lit p.518-519 - Read poems, look for figurative language

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To Kill a Mockingbird ch14-16

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Literature Test - Nonfiction
 
Technical Document
Persuasive speeches

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Literature Test - Nonfiction

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Grammar Test - Verbs

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Grammar quiz - Verbs!
4 Kinds
3 Principle Parts
6 Tenses

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To Kill a Mockingbird ch12-13
 

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Quiz on To Kill a Mockingbird Part I

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Gram p.104 ex. 4.18

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Lit quiz - Persuasive speeches
 

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To Kill a Mockingbird ch9-10
Lit - look for examples of allusion to the Declaration of Independence in MLK's "I Have a Dream" speech
Gram p.94 ex. 4-10 #5-7

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To Kill a Mockingbird ch8
 
Lit WS
 
G p.92 ex. 4-8

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To Kill a Mockingbird ch7
G p.85 ex. 4.3 #6-10even
Lit p. 510 #2, 3, 5
 

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To Kill a Mockingbird quiz ch1-6
Business Letter due

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To Kill a Mockingbird ch6
Final draft of business letter due

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Grammar Test - Nouns/PNs

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Grammar Test! - Nouns/Pronouns
Rough draft of Business letter due
To Kill a Mockingbird ch5

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Have a name and address of the company you're going to write your business letter to.
To Kill a Mockingbird - be prepared to discuss ch4

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Find companies you could write your business letter to.

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To Kill a Mockingbird ch3
Gram p.77 Cum RV (in notebook)
Worksheet (front & back) - we'll go over this in class before you turn it in for a grade, but you should have it complete when you arrive.

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Grammar p. 73 ex. 3.27 #5-9odd
 
To Kill a Mockingbird ch1-2

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Literature Test -
The Invalid's Story
The Necklace
The Gift of the Magi

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Lit Test - Short Stories (unit 2)
 
The Gift of the Magi
The Necklace
The Invalid's Story
 
literary devices, reading skills, elements of short stories, vocab

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G p.63 ex.3-19 #5-9odd
       64      3-20   2-10 even
 
 

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Lit quiz
 
"The Invalid's Story"
 
vocab
short story elements
dialogue, dialect, cause/effect
discussion notes

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Literature quiz on "The Invalid's Story" Thursday, 
 
Grammar quiz corrections - do not erase original answers.  Show your work!
G p.57-59 ex. 3-12 #3, 7; ex.3-13 #1-2, 5-7, 9-10; ex.3-14 #3-9 odd; ex 3-15 #3-9 odd
 

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Finish reading "The Invalid's Story"

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Bring a hard copy of To Kill a Mockingbird to class by Monday

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Grammar quiz - 
Personal Pronouns
4 characteristics
3 cases

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Grammar p.54 ex. 3-9 all

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Literature quiz - "The Necklace" - vocab, irony, direct/indirect characterization, drawing conclusions, setting
 
Memorize lists of subjective, objective, and possessive personal pronouns

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p.49 ex.3-3 odd
   50      3-4 odd
 
Lit p.303 Vocab build. #1-4, WS - front and back.  Will go over in class, then turn in for a grade (accuracy).

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Gram p.46 ex.3-1 #5,7,9
Lit p. 301-302 #6-7

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p.40 ex. 2-15
Write paragraph on loose paper to turn in.  We'll go over it before you turn it in for a grade.

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Literature quiz - O. Henry - "The Gift of the Magi"

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 Lit p.253 Vocab #1-3
G p.32 ex2-7 #2-10even
p.33 ex2-8 #3-9odd
p.34 ex.2-9 #4-10even
p.35 ex.2-10 #6,9,10
p.36 ex.2-11 #4,7,10
p.37 ex.2-12 #4,6

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 Lit p. 246-251
read passage, add vocab to notes and start studying (both lists)
Find out what O. Henry was known for - What did all of his short stories have in common?

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 Anecdote