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May 31-June 4, 2004

Monday, May 31: Memorial Day Holiday

  • No School

Tuesday, June 1

  • Comparative Literature: TKAM

Wednesday, June 2

  • Comparative Literature: TKAM

Thursday, June 3: Lagoon Day

  • No Classes for Ninth Graders

Friday, June 4: Last Day of School

  • Have a great summer!
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May 24-28, 2004

Monday, May 24: Honors English Meeting

  • Read Chapters 24-26
  • Update Reading Notebook

Tuesday, May 25

  • Chapters 27-29
  • Update Reading Notebook

Wednesday, May 26

Thursday, May 27: Falcon Finale, 7:00 P.M.

  • Update Reading Notebook
  • Finish All Assignments for TKAM
  • Computer Lab for Literary Skills Test on TKAM

Friday, May 28: Last Day for "Ithaca"

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May 17-21, 2004

Monday, May 17

Tuesday, May 18

  • Chapters 16 & 17
  • Update Reading Notebook

Wednesday, May 19

  • "Ithaca" Anyone?
  • Chapters 18 & 19
  • Update Reading Notebook

Thursday, May 20

  • Read Chapters 20 & 21
  • Quiz on the trial
  • Update Reading Notebook

Friday, May 21

  • Read Chapters 22 & 23
  • Complete Notebook through Chapter 23
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May 10-14, 2004

Monday, May 10

  • "Ithaca", anyone? (Memorize and present it by May 28!)
  • Read Chapter 9
  • Update Reading Notebook

Tuesday, May 11

Wednesday, May 12

Thursday, May 13

  • Read Chapters 12 & 13
  • Update Reading Notebook
    Discussion Questions for 10-13: Double Lives

Friday, May 14

  • Read Chapters 14 & 15
  • Complete Notebook through Chapter 15
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May 3-7, 2004

Monday, May 3: A.M. Assembly Schedule

  • The Return of the Journal: This Time You Keep It!
    1) Discrimination: Do you discriminate? Explain.
  • Assign New Novels
  • Reading Schedule
  • Chapter 1

Tuesday, May 4

  • The "Basics" of Chapter 1
  • How to Take Notes on a Novel
  • Chapters 2 & 3
  • Update Reading Notebook

Wednesday, May 5

  • Character Chart
  • Chapters 4 & 5
  • Update Reading Notebook

Thursday, May 6

  • Read Chapters 6 & 7
  • Update Reading Notebook

Friday, May 7

  • Read Chapter 8
  • Complete Notebook/Study Guide through Chapter 8
  • "Ithaca", anyone? (Memorize and present it by May 28!)
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April 26-30, 2004: End-of-Level Tests

Monday, April 26

Tuesday, April 27

Wednesday, April 28

Thursday, April 29

  • End-of-Level Language Arts Test

Friday, April 30: Midterm

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April 19-23, 2004

Monday, April 19

  • Watch The Odyssesy
    (Media Center)

Tuesday, April 20

  • The Odyssey
    (Media Center)

Wednesday, April 21

Thursday, April 22

  • The Odyssey
    (Media Center)

Friday, April 23

  • The Odyssey
    (Media Center)
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April 12-16, 2004

Monday, April 12

  • Review The Trojan War (PowerPoint)
  • Begin The Odyssesy: Sailing from Troy, The Lotus Eaters
  • Pages 641-650

Tuesday, April 13

  • The Odyssey: The Cyclopes and the Land of the Dead
  • Pages 650-667

Wednesday, April 14

  • The Odyssey: The Sirens, Scylla and Charibdis, The Cattle of the Sun God, The Return of Odysseus
  • Pages 669-686

Thursday, April 15

  • The Odyssey: Argus, The Suitors, Penelope
  • Pages 687-694

Friday, April 16

  • Finish The Odyssey: The Challenge, Odysseus' Revenge, Penelope's Test
  • Pages 694-704
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March 29-April 2, 2004

Esteem and Dream Week

Monday, March 29: P.M. Assembly

Tuesday, March 30

Wednesday, March 31: Job Seminar Day

Thursday, April 1: Job Shadow Day

  • No classes for 9th graders

Friday, April 2: Talent Show Assembly

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March 22-26, 2004

Monday, March 22: "Quality Teaching Day"

  • No School for Students

Tuesday, March 23: Welcome to the 4th Term!

Wednesday, March 24

Thursday, March 25

Friday, March 26

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"Did I miss anything?" This is quite possibly the most annoying question students ask me. A student has been absent for three days. Upon returning, s/he will invariably ask not "What did I miss?" which would indicate a willingness to make up the missing assignments, but rather "Did I miss anything?" My usual sarcastic reply is something like this: "Oh, heck no! We knew you were gone, so we just sat around all day and looked at each other. You don't really think I'm going to assign work on a day you're not here, do you?" So, in order to keep everyone (students and their parents) apprised of what exactly is going on each day in class, I am going to start putting it here.


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