Wednesday, Thursday – February 24, 25

Agenda:

  • FEC spelling/vocab quiz
  • Review Mushrooms
  • FEC Composition assignment – discussion
    • Homework for your next face to face class:
      • a SOLID draft with your minimum two quotes from FEC chosen for evidence
      • you will have some time to work on your composition, to review quote integration, and to use the checklist.
      • the Composition will be due for BOTH the A – L and M – Z groups on Wednesday, March 3 at 6:00 pm- you will also have other homework, so make sure you use your time wisely today and over the weekend.

Monday, Tuesday – February 22, 23

Agenda:

  • Homework check:
    • parts of speech Quiz B
    • Theme statement: #9 and 10 of the Response to Terms assignment
  • Review and discuss the rest of The Friday Everything Changed:
    • text to world connections

Homework:

  • For both groups (A-L = Thursday; M -Z = Wednesday) 

    • study for the FEC vocab/spelling quiz

    • How does the poem ‘Mushrooms’ by Sylvia Plath fit the same ‘umbrella’ theme for The Friday Everything Changed?

Thursday, Friday – February 18, 19

Agenda:

For A – L group – a homework check on Thursday for the following:

    • Finish the last two pages of the Parts of Speech Grammar Package: here is the link to learn about prepositions
    • On the FEC Response to Terms Document/assignment (in the short story tab) complete #3, and 4 (protagonist and the conflict) – make sure you support your answers with evidence from the story
  • Finish the response to terms document for The Friday Everything Changed – I would like to discuss some of it today.
  • A – L group: Homework for Monday:
    A) complete #9 and #10 of the FEC Response to Terms assignment – essentially, what is the theme of the story? Write a theme statement for FEC using the rules of writing theme (see Grade 9 Short Story Terms) – the class notes will be posted after Friday’s class to the Short story tab of the blog
    B) Complete Parts of Speech Quiz B – in the Writing and Grammar tab of the blog

    C) work on the FEC vocabulary – remember you have a quiz next week – Thursday, February 25

For the M – Z group – a homework check on Friday for the following:

    • finish the rest of the Parts of Speech Grammar Package: here is the link to learn about prepositions
    • On the FEC ‘Response to Terms’ document/assignment (in the short story tab) you need to complete numbers 3, 4, 5, 8, and 10 – make sure you can support your answers with evidence from the story (FEC)
  • M- Z – Homework for Tuesday, February 23
    A) what is the theme of the story? Write a theme statement for FEC using the rules of writing theme (see Grade 9 Short Story Terms)
    B) Complete Parts of Speech Quiz B – in the Writing and Grammar tab of the blog

    C) work on the FEC vocabulary – remember you have a quiz next week – Wednesday, February 24

 

Tuesday, Wednesday – February 16, 17

Agenda:

  • M – Z: If you are able to, hand in your One-Pager today, if not the next class for you, which is Friday, but keep in mind other work will be due on Friday
  • A – L your One-Pager is due tomorrow: Wednesday, February 16
  • Grammar review
  • Short Story: The Friday Everything Changed in the SS tab
    • we will read it together and you will work on the Literature Response Sheet for it
    • you can also work on the vocabulary for the short story
    • All materials are in the Short Story tab
  • Homework for the M – Z group for Friday, February 19:
    • finish the rest of the Parts of Speech Grammar Package: here is the link to learn about prepositions
    • On the FEC ‘Response to Terms’ document/assignment (in the short story tab) you need to complete numbers 3, 4, 5, 8, and 10 – make sure you can support your answers with evidence from the story (FEC)
  • Homework for the A – L group for Thursday, February 18:
    • Finish the last two pages of the Parts of Speech Grammar Package: here is the link to learn about prepositions
    • On the FEC Response to Terms Document/assignment (in the short story tab) complete #3, and 4 (protagonist and the conflict) – make sure you support your answers with evidence from the story

Monday, Tuesday – February 8, 9

Agenda:

  • review of the video process: a look at the questions that arose from them (in the Inquiry Tab)
  • PowerPoint on how to write an Inquiry Question
  • review Beekle: unpack the images and the text: what meaning emerges? Review some of the images in partners – then as a class
  • Model the Pathways to Theme with Beekle – work in Partners to determine the parts
  • Grammar: parts of speech

 

Welcome to English Honours 9

Agenda for February 2 and 3, 2021

To keep the course documents organized, organize your desktop/One Drive folders as follows:

  • one folder – English 9 with subfolders inside that include: Short Stories; Novel; Poetry; Writing and Grammar; Shakespeare; Inquiry

Email me: kshong@sd43.bc.ca

  • subject line: Honours 9 Blog URL
  • content: the URL from your Edublog:
    http://myriverside.sd43.bc.ca/firstnamelastinitial2018/category/grade-9/english-9/

Introductory Assignment: English Honours 9 Intro Assignment 2021

Rubric: Intro-write assessment

  1. Wheel Activity