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English 10: Ch. 14-19 of Catcher

We talked a bit about Sally Hayes today and took notes on this (it is the second┬ápage of the pdf’d document, as the museum notes we took on the back of the 11-13 poster presentations notetaker are on the first page). 79 more words

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English 10: The Museum in Ch. 16 and Sally Hayes in Ch. 17

We used pgs. 119-122 of Ch. 16 to answer the following questions regarding the Museum of Natural History on the back of the Ch. 11-13 notetaker (from the poster presentations): 90 more words

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English 10: SSR/Grammar

We first submitted our quiz corrections for 4-6/1-10 before silently reading for 35/40 minutes. We then worked on the following assignment on a new, dated page in our notebook to complete the following tasks: 88 more words

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English 10: Ch. 7-13 of Catcher

So, today we had a lot to cover. We began by finishing up our Ch. 11-13 poster presentations and taking notes on the handout. We will submit those on a later date (most likely Thursday because I have something I’d like you to complete on the back before submitting.) 124 more words

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English 10: Catcher Ch. 11-13

We worked on our Ch. 11-13 posters for the first 20+ minutes of class before presenting them out to the rest of the class. Everyone else took notes on their handouts from Friday. 42 more words

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Reading Selection for 10-3

Students,

Here’s the selection we will be reading for the last days of the 4th trimester:

from Sundiata An Epic of Old Mali

Begin reading the selection and come prepared to answer the question: Why is Mari Djata’s childhood difficult? 197 more words

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English 10: Ch. 7-13 of Catcher

We went over a lot of the book today. I first reminded you of the Julius Caesar essay rewrites being due a week from when it was returned to you (the rubric day), so for many of you, your deadline to get me a rewrite reattached to the essay/rubric is Monday. 203 more words

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