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February 24-28

Updated: Mar 9, 2020

6th grade:

Monday: Test (Vocabulary words and FSA Items)

Tuesday: FSA Writing Workshop and FSA Self Evaluation in class

Wednesday: Grammar Practice (Review Items from previous chapters)

Thursday: Grammar Review and FSA Packet

Friday: In-class writing


7th grade:

Monday: Test (Vocabulary words and FSA Items)

Tuesday: FSA Writing Workshop and FSA Self Evaluation in class

Wednesday: Grammar Practice (Review Items from previous chapters)

Thursday: Grammar Review and Evaluation of previous (past) FSA prompts.

Friday: FSA practice exercises in class


8th grade:

Monday: Test (Vocabulary words and FSA Items)

Tuesday: FSA Writing Workshop and FSA Self Evaluation in class

Wednesday: Grammar Review and Evaluation of Previous FSA Prompts

Thursday: Grammar Review and begin new FSA Prompt (Due tomorrow)

Friday: Grammar and FSA Practice Writing in class



9/10th grades:

Monday: Explanatory Essay Due (Corona Virus)

Tuesday: FSA Self Evaluations in class; FSA Packet Due

Wednesday: Evaluate previous FSA Prompts

Thursday: Chapters 11-12n Review of Grammar and FSA In-class writing workshop

Friday: FSA In-class writing continued.


11/12th grades:

Monday: Explanatory Essay Due (Carpe Diem Across Cultures)

Tuesday: The Concept of Womanhood across cultures. Reaction Paper Due.

Wednesday: "A Vindication of the Rights of Woman" page 632

Thursday: Mary Wollstonecraft, continued.

Friday: FSA Packet In-class Writing workshop. Read for Monday: Eve's Apology in Defense of Women pages 498 Poetry Analysis; Research for International Women's Month Due on Monday, March 2nd.



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