Author Archives: Mr. Bunch
Each class will meet for three hours in the afternoon of one day and three hours in the morning of the next day. This is the schedule: Thursday, May 18 – Block 7 – Block 1 Friday, May 19 – … Continue reading
Journal Entry 3 ( Group CW) Quiz on Entry 3 next class Journal Entry #3: Chapters 149-173 (Class work) I. Answer the following questions in complete sentences (6 points each): Why did Christopher want to find his book? Why … Continue reading
Homework is due – Editing Exercise 4 Research Essay Final Draft – This essay must be completed in school. See me for a time that you can stay after school if you missed class or you need extra time.
Review Editing Exercise 3 Entry 3 – CW – This entry is for pages 90 through 126. Make sure you have notes for each PAGE. Remember you will use these notes to help you answer group questions. Editing Exercise 4 – … Continue reading
Quiz on Entry 2 Entry 3 – CW – This entry is for pages 90 through 126. Make sure you have notes for each PAGE. Remember you will use these notes to help you answer group questions.
Homework is due Journal Entry 2 ( Group CW) Quiz on Entry 2 next class Journal Entry #2: Chapters 73-139 (Class work) I. Answer the following questions in complete sentences (6 points each): Why did Christopher’s parents argue often? … Continue reading
Entry 2 (CW) – This entry is for pages 46 through 90. Make sure you have notes for each PAGE. Remember you will use these notes to help you answer group questions. HW – Editing Exercise 3 – This was … Continue reading
Curious Incident Quiz 1 MAP Test (if incomplete) Entry 2 (Class work) – Students wrote notes for pages 46 through 90. This assignment will be completed during the next class.
Homework is due Homework Review MAP Test Entry 1 Quiz next class
Journal Entry #1: Chapters 2 – 71 (Class work) Answer the following questions in complete sentences (6 points each): Christopher’s reaction to Wellington’s death is different than readers might expect in what way? How did the policeman upset Christopher? … Continue reading
Class work – Entry 1 – As you read each entry, you will take notes on the key events, people, and places on each page. Write at least one note per page of the novel. Class work – Editing Students … Continue reading
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time – This is a novel you will be reading and discussing in class. Entry 1 – Chapters 2 – 71 Entry 2 – Chapters 73 – 139 Entry 3 – Chapters … Continue reading
Nine-week Essay – (Quiz Grade) – Students will write a multiple-paragraph essay on a school-provided prompt as part of their nine-week test. Finish Research Essay Rough Draft
Research Essay Rough Draft – (THIS MUST BE COMPLETED IN CLASS!) Double space Use a formal voice and AVOID plagiarism! Use internal citations – At the end of any sentence with evidence, write a parenthetical reference to the article before … Continue reading
Research Essay Outline – Complete the following outline for this class work assignment: Introduction Attention Grabber – (Write your first sentence of the essay here. See page R30 in the Literature book for examples of attention grabbers.) Background information … Continue reading
Complete Class work – Non-fiction Questions (see previous lesson for questions) Research for Persuasive Essay In the Literature book, turn to page R21. What is a claim? What is the difference between a reason and a piece of evidence? What … Continue reading
Grammar Quiz Class work – Non-fiction Questions In the Literature book, read Meet the Author, pg. 647, and Abolishing the Penny, pgs. 648 – 650. Also read Meet the Author, pg. 969, and Montgomery Boycott, pgs. 970 – 977. “Abolishing … Continue reading
Projects are due! The projects must be printed, but they may also be submitted through Google Class room. Review Parts of the Sentence – We reviewed this class work assignment from the previous class. See me or Mr. Sood if … Continue reading