Explicate "Winter Poem" (387), #3 and 6, in your reading spiral.
Caesar's English Lesson 15 is due Friday with Test 15.
Write your original "Ode to an _______" poem due Tuesday on loose leaf paper with your rubric attached. Before beginning to write, remember to 1) Identify the food (get a visual); 2) Identify the setting(s) in which you see the food; 3) Identify what kind of person which your food personifies; 3) Write a narrative poem. . . Refer to the rubric to ensure you have covered all requirements.
Caesar's Engish Lesson 15 work and test 15 are Friday this week.
Complete your explication of "Ode to an Artichoke" (LoL-376-378), #2, 3, and 9 (4 personification, 3 similes, multiple visual imagery, and 1 alliteration). Also, on a piece of loose leaf paper, draw a plot diagram for this narrative poem, including rising action (conflict, characters, setting); climax; falling action; and resolution (of the conflict). . . This will be handed in Monday for a grade and later inserted into your reading spiral under "Ode . . ."
REMEMBER: Progress Reports go home Friday, Mar. 9. I will not be accepting make-up or missing work after next Friday, Mar. 2 as I cannot assure that it will be posted before grade cut-off the following week.
Prepare for your choral reading of "Casey at the Bat" to be presented tomorrow in ELA class.
Quiz on same tomorrow, as well.
No Caesar's English this week
ELA IXL S.2 and S.3 due Friday.
PROGRESS REPORTS FOR 3RD QUARTER GO HOME FRIDAY, MARCH 9. That is very soon, so be sure to keep up in all content areas!
Complete your explication of "Graduation Morning" (283), #1, 2, 5, and 9 in your reading spiral--due Wednesday.
No Caesar's English this week.l
Complete your original "Scaffolding" poem on loose leaf paper. Attach your rubric #3 to the poem to hand in on Tuesday.
Enjoy your long weekend!
Complete the Body Paragraph #2 and Conclusion for your argument. The 4-paragraph response is due tomorrow on loose leaf paper.
Read "Scaffolding" (236-LoL) and in your reading spirals list all 1) metaphors; 2) alliteration; 3) visual imagery in the poem.
Caesar's English Lesson 14 work is due tomorrow with Test 14.
Write your original "The Elephant" poem on loose leaf paper (final draft) due Wednesday.
Caesar's English Test 14 and work for the Lesson is due Friday, 2/16.
See Friday, due tomorrow.
Caesar's English Test 14 with all work due this Friday, 2/16
Complete your explication of "The Elephant" #1, 4, 6, 8, and 9 due Monday in your reading spiral.