On loose leaf paper, write your own "The Bat" poem. Use your rubric to guide your writing. Due tomorrow
Complete your original "Winter Poem" due tomorrow on loose leaf paper. Be sure to: write exactly 1 stanza of 10 lines; use no punctuation or capitalization; integrate at least one metaphor and one personification; utilize visual imagery. Caesar's English
Complete your "Ode to a(n) ________" due tomorrow on loose leaf paper; Read and explicate "Winter Poem" (387) #3 & 6 due Monday; Caesar's English Unit 15 work due tomorrow with test; ELA IXL 7.NN.2 due tomorrow; Bring your argument drafts to school tomor
Homework: Complete a plot diagram for the narrative components of "Ode to an Artichoke" due on loose leaf paper tomorrow. Practice your oral presentation of "Casey at the Bat" also due tomorrow for presentation grades. An addition of costuming, props, ac
Practice your oral reading of "Casey at the Bat" for presentation Wednesday; Explicate "Ode to an Artichoke" (376-378), #2, 3, and 9 due Tuesday; Caesar's English Test 15 with #2 due Friday.
Caesar's English Test 14 and work for Lesson 14 are due tomorrow; ELA IXL 7.NN.1 is due; practice oral reading of "Casey at the Bat" for choral read presentation next Wednesday!
Homework: Wednesday: Complete a plot diagram for the narrative poem, "Casey at the Bat" due in your reading spiral Thursday. Be sure to include characters, setting(s), conflict, climax, falling action, and resolution. Text evidence (with line # notations
Homework: Complete your explication of "Graduation Morning" (283), #1, 2, 5, and 9 in your reading spiral due tomorrow. Caesar's English Test and work (#1 only) due Friday; ELA IXL 7.NN.1 due by Friday.