English Homework

Week of 6/5

6/5: Seniors: Spend 20 minutes working on your final exam. Non-Seniors: Read for 20 minutes. Note the pages.

Week of 5/29

6/1: Seniors: Spend 20 minutes working on your final exam. Non-Seniors: Read for 20 minutes. Note the pages.
5/30: Seniors: Spend 20 minutes working on your final exam. Non-Seniors: Read for 20 minutes. Note the pages.

Week of 5/22

5/24: Read for 20 minutes. Note the pages.
5/23: Read for 20 minutes. Note the pages.
5/22: Read for 20 minutes. Note the pages.

Week of 5/15

5/18: (#13) Read your book for 20 minutes.
5/16: (#12) Read your book for 20 minutes.

Week of 5/8

5/10: (#11) Read your book for 20 minutes. Note the title, author, pages etc. on the List of Nightly Readings. If you haven’t picked a book, ask a reader you know for two book suggestions in a genre or by an author you like.
5/9: (#10) If your response is done, no homework. If not, finish it. Ask a reader you know for two book suggestions in a genre or by an author you like.
5/8: (#9) Spend 20 minutes finishing your response or explanation.

Week of 5/1

5/3: (#8) Spend 15-20 minutes reading PWL&SS or planning your presentation or project. Leave evidence in the book or in your journal.
5/1: (#7) Spend 15-20 minutes reading PWL&SS or planning your presentation or project. Leave evidence in the book or in your journal.

Week of 4/24

4/27: (#6) Spend 15-20 minutes reading PWL&SS. Leave evidence in the book or in your journal.
4/25: (#5) Spend 15-20 minutes reading PWL&SS. Leave evidence in the book or in your journal.
4/24: (#4) Spend 15-20 minutes reading PWL&SS. Leave evidence in the book or in your journal.

Week of 4/17

4/19: (#3) Spend 15-20 minutes reading PWL&SS. Leave evidence in the book or in your journal.
4/18: (#2) Spend 15-20 minutes reading PWL&SS. Leave evidence in the book or in your journal.
4/17: (#1) Spend 15-20 minutes reading PWL&SS. Leave evidence in the book or in your journal.

Week of 4/3

4/4: Read for 15 minutes. Note the title, author, pages etc. on the List of Nightly Readings
4/3: Read for 15 minutes. Note the title, author, pages etc. on the List of Nightly Readings (NtgRdgHWForm).

Week of 3/27

3/30: Ask someone you know for two book recommendations. Read for 15 minutes. Note the title, author, pages etc. on the List of Nightly Readings (NtgRdgHWForm).
3/29: If your creative response and intro are not complete and shared, spend 15-20 minutes on it. Leave evidence in your journal.
3/28: Spend 15-20 minutes revising your TGotT response. Leave evidence in your journal.
3/27: Spend 15-20 minutes revising your TGotT response. Leave evidence in your journal.

Week of 3/20

3/23: If you finished and shared your response draft and intro, no homework. If not, finish and share it.
3/22: Spend 15-20 minutes on your TGotT response. Leave evidence in your journal.
3/21: Spend 15-20 minutes on your TGotT response. Leave evidence in your journal.

Week of 3/13

3/13: Spend 20 minutes working on your response to The Girl on the Train. Leave some evidence in your journal.

Week of 3/6

3/8: Add to your plan for your response to The Girl on the Train.
3/7: Write down a plan for your response to The Girl on the Train.

Week of 2/27

2/27: (#14) Read The Girl on the Train for 15 minutes. Note pages read in the text or write the title, author, pages etc. on the List of Nightly Readings (NtgRdgHWForm).

Week of 2/22

2/23: (#13) Read The Girl on the Train for 15 minutes. Note pages read in the text or write the title, author, pages etc. on the List of Nightly Readings (NtgRdgHWForm).
2/22: (#12) Read The Girl on the Train for 15 minutes. Note pages read in the text or write the title, author, pages etc. on the List of Nightly Readings (NtgRdgHWForm).

Week of 2/13

2/16: (#11) Read The Girl on the Train for 15 minutes. Note pages read in the text or write the title, author, pages etc. on the List of Nightly Readings (NtgRdgHWForm).
2/15: (#10) Read The Girl on the Train for 15 minutes. Note pages read in the text or write the title, author, pages etc. on the List of Nightly Readings (NtgRdgHWForm).
2/14: (#9) Read The Girl on the Train for 15 minutes. Note pages read in the text or write the title, author, pages etc. on the List of Nightly Readings (NtgRdgHWForm).

Wek of 2/6

2/8: (#8) Read The Girl on the Train for 15 minutes. Note pages read in the text or write the title, author, pages etc. on the List of Nightly Readings (NtgRdgHWForm).
2/7: (#7) Read The Girl on the Train for 15 minutes. Note pages read in the text or write the title, author, pages etc. on the List of Nightly Readings (NtgRdgHWForm).
2/6: (#6) Read The Girl on the Train for 15 minutes. Note the title, author, pages etc. on the List of Nightly Readings (NtgRdgHWForm).

Week of 1/30

2/2: (#5) Read for 15 minutes. Note the title, author, pages etc. on the List of Nightly Readings (NtgRdgHWForm). Bring in books you think we should read.
2/1: (#4) Read for 15 minutes. Note the title, author, pages etc. on the List of Nightly Readings (NtgRdgHWForm). Bring in books you think we should read.
1/30: (#3) Get a book recommendation from someone you know who is a reader. Bring the recommendation to share in class tomorrow.

Week of 1/24

1/25: (#2) Ask someone you know for two book recommendations. Read for 15 minutes. Note the title, author, pages etc. on the List of Nightly Readings (NtgRdgHWForm).
1/24: (#1) Read for 15 minutes. Note the title, author, pages etc. on the List of Nightly Readings (NtgRdgHWForm).