Students thank you for your help and support with the substitute last week. EACH of you received an agenda for the week to help guide your self-directed instruction and exploration for the week:
In class essay, answer the following prompt: Is a four-year college degree valuable? Use the articles from SpringBoard and our America’s Blueprint article discussed on Friday Mar 1st.
Due BEFORE you leave class on Monday Mar 4th. No exceptions. You may listen and learn. We are operating under Starbucks Mode.
Reimagine and rewrite the ending to Roald Dahl’s Lamb to the Slaughter. Let your imagination fly and develop your own Author’s style with this assignment. You can change the narrative perspective, add additional characters and even change the plot.
You will create the written draft on Tuesday. You may Listen and Learn. Your draft will be submitted to the basket AFTER you have typed and submitted your final work on Schoology on Wednesday. Complete your draft on TUESDAY March 5th.
Editorial Research – using your chosen topic, and the Opposing Viewpoints database at www.cobbmackinvia.com you will find at least three sources to support your editorial claim.
Thursday March 7th 11:59 PM EST. in Schoology
Editorial Draft – you will write your editorial draft with textual evidence (with MLA citations).
Friday March 8th 11:59 PM EST. in Schoology
***On days you complete assignments early you can engage in one of the following activities: reading your independent novel, completing journals for your independent reading, and/or working on your Build a Room project.
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