Author Archives: Mr. Bunch
Novel Test Start Novel Themes Essay1.Follow the outline on your notes 2.Double-space the essay. 3.Write at least six sentences per paragraph. 4.Write in a formal tone. 5.Do not use quotes from the novel to write ideas for you. If you … Continue reading
Novel Test Next Class There will be forty multiple-choice questions and twenty vocabulary words. white noise red herring bloke third degree roisterers Occam’s razor dustbin post hypothetical snooker tether giddy luminous negligible inverse proportion approximation quid timetable rucksack truncheon Novel … Continue reading
Novel Quiz 3 Finish reading the novel Schedule for the next eight days: Testing (8:25 -11:54) Tutoring (11:59-3:10) May 16 – Extended 1st block for tutoring (8:25-10:55) May 17 – 1st block May 17- 2nd block May 18 – 2nd … Continue reading
1.Group Work for Entry 4 2.Novel Quiz III next class
Novel Quiz 2 Class work – Entry 4 – Pages 126 through 177 – two notes per page except for the first and last page. Continue reading into the next section
Homework is due by 3:10 on Google Classroom Group Work for Entry 3 Quiz on Section 2 next class
Novel Quiz 1 Class work – Entry 3 – Pages 90 through 126 – two notes per page except for the first and last page. Continue reading into the next section Homework – On google classroom, complete Autism Awareness Homework
Class work – in groups – Journal Entry #2 Returned students answers for Journal Entry #1 and explained expectations. Quiz next class on Section 1 of the novel.
Class work – Entry 2 – Notes on pages 45 through 90 of the novel – two notes per page. Students reviewed the group work questions for section two.
Class work – Journal Entry #1 – Group work – Students answered questions, made personal connections, and defined vocabulary from section one of the book.
Students are taking the Reading post test today. This test counts as a test grade for the fourth quarter.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time We discussed autism and the students read pages 1 through 45. Class work – Entry 1 For each of the 45 pages, create two notes on the important details covered. Follow … Continue reading
This was a make-up day for anyone who had missing assignments.
Projects are due today! Grammar Test Julius Caesar Movie – We watched Acts 4 and 5 of the play.
Projects are due next class! Participial, Gerund, and Infinitive Phrases Hearing the morning alarm is always unpleasant. Gerund phrase/subject Hearing the doorbell, the maid ran to the front door. Participial phrase/ maid My mother wore hearing aids after her surgery. … Continue reading
Projects are due March 27th (odd) and 28th (even)! Parts of the Sentence CW – double-space the sentences and label the underlined words with one of these abbreviations: s, av, lv, hv, pa, pn, io, do. Have you ever met … Continue reading
We used Chromebooks and started work on the Julius Caesar Project. The project is due for odd classes on March 27th and for even classes on March 28th. Submit the project through Google classroom.
Homework is due Notes: Character Traits – Define the following traits in your notes to use later. ambitious amiable arrogant competitive courageous critical cynical diligent dogmatic gullible idealistic irresponsible jealous mistrustful naïve noble resolute responsible stoic trustworthy Notes: Direct and … Continue reading
Survey – Student School Safety Julius Caesar Movie! As you watch this movie, make notes on the following: How does the movie help you to better understand the characters? What scenes or important dialogue does the movie leave out? What … Continue reading