American Naturalism

English Language Arts 11

  • Hello Autumn and Colton!

    Below are the assignments and due date for the activities you will do while we are using online classes.

    Please use Google Docs to type your assignments and then share or email me those assignments by the due dates.

    Please label all your assignments with your name, the date, and the assignment.

    If you do not have access to the internet, hand-write your responses and have your parents initial and date your assignment,

    and then bring it with you on the day we start in-school classes. 

    My email is rnielson@columbia 206.net

    I am always available to answer questions -  just message me.

     

    Autumn: 

    1.  Non-Fiction Close Reading Workshop click this link

    Complete all four activities in the workshop. Some responses will need to be written on a separate sheet of paper.

    When the instructions say to collaborate with a classmate, do the activity individually.

    Email me with any questions.

    2. Poetry Workshop Click on this link

    Activity One pages 49-54 

    1. Pg 49  Read Close Reading for Meaning & Academic Vocabulary 

    2. Pg 51 Check Your Understanding # 1&2

    3. Pg. 51-52 Do Text Dependent Questions (the questions on the sides)

    4. Pg. 53-54 Do TP-CASTT 

    5. Pg. 54 Do Writing Prompt

    Activity Two pages 55-56 

    1. Pg. 55 Do OPTIC 

    2. Pg. 56 Do Writing Prompt

    Activity Three pages 57-61 

     1. Pg. 57 Do Independent Reading of the poem

    2. Pg. 59 Do Text Dependent Questions (The questions on the sides)

    3. Pg. 60 Do TP_CASTT

    4. Pg. 61 Do Writing Prompt


    Colton:

     

    Here are the remaining assginments for this year and their due dates:

     

    1. Write a 1.5 to 2 page letter to your younger self, giving yourself advice about the things you wish you would have known earlier.

    Graded for length, spelling, capitals, and punctuation. Due May 22. Points deducted for lateness.

     

    2. Watch the short film Dig on Youtube and write 1 to 1.5 pages in which you summarize what happens in the film and give your interpretation of the meaning of it. There is no absolute right or wrong answer. 

    Graded for length, spelling, capitals, and punctuation. Due May 22. Points deducted for lateness.

     

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