AP Eng Lang-EEN43X_1 (Period 4) 2021 1 Assignments

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Final Synthesis Essay in Google Classroom

Final Synthesis Essay

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Final AP Rhetorical Analysis Essay in Google Classroom

Final AP Rhetorical Analysis Essay

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Final AP Argumentative Essay in Google Classroom

Final AP Argumentative Essay

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May 11th Reflection Assignment in Google Classroom

May 11th Reflection Assignment

2022 Reactions to the 2021 AP Language and Composition College Board Exam

So, how did it go? To prepare you all for this College Board exam, we spent a month going through test prep material. Yesterday was a big day and I will like to read your feedback about your experience taking this exam. Complete the following questions with extensive detail and complete honesty.

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May 6th Class Notes: Review of the AP Argumentative Essay Prompt in Google Classroom

May 6th Class Notes: Review of the AP Argumentative Essay Prompt

HW: STUDY!


Bring in complete AP Argumentative essay on "suffering".

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May 5th Class Notes: Review of AP Rhetorical Analysis Essay in Google Classroom

May 5th Class Notes: Review of AP Rhetorical Analysis Essay

HW: Final draft of AP Rhetorical Analysis Essay. 

Note: moving onto argumentative essay tomorrow.

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May 3rd Class Notes: Revising a Final AP Synthesis Essay in Google Classroom

May 3rd Class Notes: Revising a Final AP Synthesis Essay

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April 29th Class Notes: Review of Synthesis Essay in Google Classroom

April 29th Class Notes: Review of Synthesis Essay

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April 27th Class Notes: AP Exam Prep in Google Classroom

April 27th Class Notes: AP Exam Prep

HW: Submit your multiple-choice answers for the third passage in the packet. Google Form attached.

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April 26th Class Notes: Henry David Thoreau's Civil Disobedience Passage in Google Classroom

April 26th Class Notes: Henry David Thoreau's Civil Disobedience Passage

What you missed

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April 13th Collaborative Assignment: John Proctor's Demise in Google Classroom

April 13th Collaborative Assignment: John Proctor's Demise

Directions: Create a Google Slide presentation with your group members to show your analysis of the excerpt assigned to you. The following parts must be shown and taught to the class:                       Ms. Santana’s Email: [email protected]
Role #1: Group’s Annotator. Use S.O.A.P.S.Tone to analyze your excerpt. Your task is to construct the rhetorical analysis introductory paragraph/slide for this sermon using the S.O.A.P.S.Tone acronym. Take a screenshot of the group’s annotations and insert picture into your presentation. (Thorough annotations and a refined introductory paragraph earns you a maximum of +25 points)
Role #2: Central Idea Developer: Using your analysis of your excerpt, develop a central idea for the text. Answer the following questions: What is Jonathan Edwards’ conveyed message? According to Jonathan Edwards’ presentation of Puritan ideology, why must a person like John Proctor face God’s wrath? Would Puritans have been moved the same way about his demise as we were? Cite evidence to support your argument. (Thoroughly appropriate and developed central idea and connection to John Proctor’s demise earns you a maximum of +25 points)
Role #3: Rhetorical Analysis Examiner: Re-read the excerpt and identify the rhetorical devices Edwards uses to convey the text’s central idea. For each rhetorical device identified, cite evidence, explain your identification and Edward’s purpose for implementing this rhetorical device.  (Thoroughly  and correctly discussing the rhetoric present in this excerpt earns you a maximum of +25 points, at least 3 must be discussed) 
Role #4: Effectiveness Rater: Place your group in Edwards’ audience and answer:  Is Edwards effective in his deliverance? Explain. Create a full paragraph arguing your group’s stance.  [Well- reasoned and defended claim earns you a maximum of +25 points] Pose a H.O.T question at the end of your presentation to spark a class discussion.

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April 14th Class Notes: Collaborative Rhetorical Analysis of Jonathan Edwards' Sermon in Google Classroom

April 14th Class Notes: Collaborative Rhetorical Analysis of Jonathan Edwards' Sermon

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April 11th Class Notes and Homework: Analysis of Act Four of The Crucible in Google Classroom

April 11th Class Notes and Homework: Analysis of Act Four of The Crucible

HW: Complete the reading of Arthur Miller's play, The Crucible. 
Answer the final questions on page 679 on a Google Doc.

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Edpuzzle - The Crucible - The Conclusion in Google Classroom

Edpuzzle - The Crucible - The Conclusion

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April 8th Class Notes: The Seven Deadly Sins in The Crucible in Google Classroom

April 8th Class Notes: The Seven Deadly Sins in The Crucible

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April 5th Class Notes: Instilled Fear  in Google Classroom

April 5th Class Notes: Instilled Fear

HW: Finish reading Act Three of The Crucible.

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March 30th Class Notes: Character Motives Discussed in Google Classroom

March 30th Class Notes: Character Motives Discussed

HW: Finish reading the scene and answer ALL the Stop and Jot questions posed in the lesson.

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March 29th Class Notes: Contempt of Court in Google Classroom

March 29th Class Notes: Contempt of Court

HW: Continue the reading of Act three and answer the Stop and Jot questions that were skipped.

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March 28th Class Notes: Dynamic vs. Static Characters in Google Classroom

March 28th Class Notes: Dynamic vs. Static Characters

HW: Complete the scene and answer the Stop and Jot questions

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March 25th Class Notes: Jamboard Discussion for The Crucible in Google Classroom

March 25th Class Notes: Jamboard Discussion for The Crucible

HW: Complete the reading on PearDeck. Be sure to answer the guided reading questions using textual evidence and complete sentences.

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March 24th Class Notes: Persecution in Salem and the Proctor home in Google Classroom

March 24th Class Notes: Persecution in Salem and the Proctor home

HW: Finish reading this scene and answer the reading questions skipped in class.

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March 16th Class Notes: Logical Fallacies Fuel the Hysteria in Google Classroom

March 16th Class Notes: Logical Fallacies Fuel the Hysteria

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March 14th Class Notes: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations in The Crucible in Google Classroom

March 14th Class Notes: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations in The Crucible

HW: Complete graphic organizer and read next section of the text.

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March 15th Class Notes: Logical Fallacies in The Crucible in Google Classroom

March 15th Class Notes: Logical Fallacies in The Crucible

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March 10th Class Quiz: Analyzing Arthur Miller's Craft in Google Classroom

March 10th Class Quiz: Analyzing Arthur Miller's Craft

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March 9th Class Notes and Reading: Searching for the Truth in Google Classroom

March 9th Class Notes and Reading: Searching for the Truth

HW: Complete graphic organizer on final slide of Pear Deck presentation.

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March 8th Class Notes: Reading of Act One of The Crucible in Google Classroom

March 8th Class Notes: Reading of Act One of The Crucible

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March 4th Class Notes and Reading: Analysis of The Crucible Overture in Google Classroom

March 4th Class Notes and Reading: Analysis of The Crucible Overture

HW: Read and annotate the overture of the play.

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March 7th Class Notes and Reading: The Crucible Act One in Google Classroom

March 7th Class Notes and Reading: The Crucible Act One

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March 3rd Class Notes and Informational Texts: Learning how Arthur Miller's play is an allegory in Google Classroom

March 3rd Class Notes and Informational Texts: Learning how Arthur Miller's play is an allegory

HW: Complete the slides from today's lesson.

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March 1st Class Notes: Pre-Reading for Arthur Miller's play, The Crucible in Google Classroom

March 1st Class Notes: Pre-Reading for Arthur Miller's play, The Crucible

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February 17th Class Notes: Final Slides of Presentation in Google Classroom

February 17th Class Notes: Final Slides of Presentation

HW: Complete the Google Slides presentation. Be sure to check out the Pear Deck slide with instruction on what to include at the end of your project!


Exam tomorrow!

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Department Exam: Unsolved Case File Exam in Google Classroom

Department Exam: Unsolved Case File Exam

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February 8th Classwork: Peer Editing First AP Synthesis Essay in Google Classroom

February 8th Classwork: Peer Editing First AP Synthesis Essay

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February 7th Class Notes: Draft #2 of AP Synthesis Essay in Google Classroom

February 7th Class Notes: Draft #2 of AP Synthesis Essay

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Edpuzzle - YouTube video in Google Classroom

Edpuzzle - YouTube video

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February 3rd Class Notes: Including and Refuting a Counterargument in Google Classroom

February 3rd Class Notes: Including and Refuting a Counterargument

HW: Construct the final body paragraph for your synthesis essay.

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February 4th Class Notes: Reviewing the Construction of an Effective Conclusion Paragraph in Google Classroom

February 4th Class Notes: Reviewing the Construction of an Effective Conclusion Paragraph

HW: Completed five paragraph AP Synthesis essay due this Monday, February 7th

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February 2nd Class Notes/Assignment: Building the Body Paragraphs for a AP Synthesis Essay in Google Classroom

February 2nd Class Notes/Assignment: Building the Body Paragraphs for a AP Synthesis Essay

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January 28th Class Notes: Developing a Thesis Statement for Synthesis Essay in Google Classroom

January 28th Class Notes: Developing a Thesis Statement for Synthesis Essay

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THIS IS IT! Unit 1 Grade Recovery: Grammar 101/SAT Prep in Google Classroom

THIS IS IT! Unit 1 Grade Recovery: Grammar 101/SAT Prep

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PRACTICE! STUDY! Unit 1 Grade Recovery: Grammar 101/SAT Prep in Google Classroom

PRACTICE! STUDY! Unit 1 Grade Recovery: Grammar 101/SAT Prep

Directions: This one does not count. Practice. Read the feedback: "Strategic Advice" and "Getting to the Answer" for each question after you submit your answers. 

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January 27th Class Notes/ Reading: Planning for Our First AP Synthesis Essay in Google Classroom

January 27th Class Notes/ Reading: Planning for Our First AP Synthesis Essay

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January 26th Reading: Synthesis Essay Articles in Google Classroom

January 26th Reading: Synthesis Essay Articles

Directions: I will not be at work today. Read and annotate the following articles about modern day slavery for tomorrow's class.

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January 25th Class Notes: Edpuzzle - Lisa Kristine: Photos that bear witness to slavery in Google Classroom

January 25th Class Notes: Edpuzzle - Lisa Kristine: Photos that bear witness to slavery

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Exam #4: The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass in Google Classroom

Exam #4: The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

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January 19th Class Notes/ Readings: Secrets in Chapter Eleven in Google Classroom

January 19th Class Notes/ Readings: Secrets in Chapter Eleven

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January 14th Class Notes: The Attempts to break Frederick Douglass in Google Classroom

January 14th Class Notes: The Attempts to break Frederick Douglass

HW: Complete the analysis of Chapter 10 of the narrative. 


Exam to follow.

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January 18th Class Notes/ Assignment: Frederick Douglass's Transformation in Google Classroom

January 18th Class Notes/ Assignment: Frederick Douglass's Transformation

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January 13th Class Notes/ Reading: Chapter Nine of Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass in Google Classroom

January 13th Class Notes/ Reading: Chapter Nine of Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

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January 12th Reading: Chapter Eight in Google Classroom

January 12th Reading: Chapter Eight

Directions: Depending on where you are -->


Step #1: Finish Map Growth Reading assessment --> Step #2: Complete the body biography project [all parts] --> Step #3: Read/annotate Chapter Eight of the narrative. 
Everyone is annotating on the same document. I must see at least five annotations per student. Use the table to guide your annotation remarks. [20 points each thoughtful comment made in the margin]

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January 3rd Class Work/ Homework: Analyzing Frederick Douglass's Mental Torment in Google Classroom

January 3rd Class Work/ Homework: Analyzing Frederick Douglass's Mental Torment

HW: Finish reading this section of the reading and answer the questions on Pear Deck.

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December 22nd Class Notes/ Assignment: The Value of Frederick Douglass's Education in Google Classroom

December 22nd Class Notes/ Assignment: The Value of Frederick Douglass's Education

HW: Complete the reading/annotating of Chapter Seven.

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December 21st Class Notes/ Assignment: Rhetorical Analysis of the Frederick Douglass' Chapter Five Diction  in Google Classroom

December 21st Class Notes/ Assignment: Rhetorical Analysis of the Frederick Douglass' Chapter Five Diction

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December 17th Class Notes/Assignment: Close-reading of Chapter Five reveal the author’s character traits in Google Classroom

December 17th Class Notes/Assignment: Close-reading of Chapter Five reveal the author’s character traits

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December 16th Class Notes/Assignment: Analysis of Chapter 4 of the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass in Google Classroom

December 16th Class Notes/Assignment: Analysis of Chapter 4 of the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

DIRECTIONS: Be sure to answer each question using complete sentences and evidence from the text.

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December 13th Class Notes: Importance of Music in the narrative in Google Classroom

December 13th Class Notes: Importance of Music in the narrative

HW: Read the chiasmus and the juxtaposition quotes from Chapter 2. On Pear Deck, discuss the significance of this rhetoric and what it reveals about music for Frederick Douglass.

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December 14th Class Notes: Utilizing Juxtaposition in Frederick Douglass's Anecdotes in Google Classroom

December 14th Class Notes: Utilizing Juxtaposition in Frederick Douglass's Anecdotes

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December 10th Class Notes/ Assignment: Analyzing the Rhetoric in Chapter 2 of The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass in Google Classroom

December 10th Class Notes/ Assignment: Analyzing the Rhetoric in Chapter 2 of The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

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December 8th Reading: Chapter One of The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave in Google Classroom

December 8th Reading: Chapter One of The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave

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December 9th Class Notes: Analyzing Chapter One [Part Two] in Google Classroom

December 9th Class Notes: Analyzing Chapter One [Part Two]

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December 6th Classwork: Analyzing the Preface to The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave in Google Classroom

December 6th Classwork: Analyzing the Preface to The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave

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December 2nd Class Notes: Flash Debate with AP Twist in Google Classroom

December 2nd Class Notes: Flash Debate with AP Twist

HW: Complete the persuasion tasks on Pear Deck Slides.

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December 1st Class Notes/ Homework: Four-Corner Debate as Introduction to The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass in Google Classroom

December 1st Class Notes/ Homework: Four-Corner Debate as Introduction to The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

HW: Take a stance on each of the following statement. Defend your stance with examples and elaborate by typing at least 4 sentences.

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Exam #3: Rhetorical Analysis Exam in Google Classroom

Exam #3: Rhetorical Analysis Exam

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Inaugural Addresses for Analysis in Google Classroom

Inaugural Addresses for Analysis

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November 10th Homework: Editing First AP Rhetorical Analysis Essay in Google Classroom

November 10th Homework: Editing First AP Rhetorical Analysis Essay

Directions: Revise your first AP Rhetorical Analysis Essay using the feedback given to you. 


Place your new and improved essay on the document attached below.

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November 9th Writing Task: Constructing Body Paragraphs for AP Rhetorical Analysis Essay in Google Classroom

November 9th Writing Task: Constructing Body Paragraphs for AP Rhetorical Analysis Essay

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November 8th Assignment: Construct an Introduction Paragraph for First Rhetorical Analysis Essay in Google Classroom

November 8th Assignment: Construct an Introduction Paragraph for First Rhetorical Analysis Essay

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November 5th Homework: Analyzing Mohandas

November 5th Homework: Analyzing Mohandas "Mahatma" Gandhi's Letter to Viceroy Lord Irwin

Directions: Annotate Mohandas "Mahatma" Gandhi's Letter to Viceroy Lord Irwin by using the 8 steps of AP Lang annotation handout. Then, answer the six guided reading questions.

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Homework: Research NEW rhetorical devices in Google Classroom

Homework: Research NEW rhetorical devices

Homework Directions: Create a study guide. Describe each of the new rhetorical devices, find two examples that best captures the technique, then explain the purpose for using each of these rhetorical devices. 

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October 26th Reading Assignment: Analyzing George Orwell's Do's and Don'ts of Writing in Google Classroom

October 26th Reading Assignment: Analyzing George Orwell's Do's and Don'ts of Writing

Directions: Read and annotate each excerpt provided on this document. By the time you thoroughly analyze these excerpts, you will be able to answer the following:
According to George Orwell, what are bad writing habits?
How does one strengthen their writing skills?

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October 27th Task: Collaborate With Peers to Discuss George Orwell's Writing Rules in Google Classroom

October 27th Task: Collaborate With Peers to Discuss George Orwell's Writing Rules

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October 25th Class Notes: Analysis of George Orwell's Essay

October 25th Class Notes: Analysis of George Orwell's Essay "Politics and the English Language"

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October 21st Classwork: Debate Preparation in Google Classroom

October 21st Classwork: Debate Preparation

Directions: You will be split up into two different groups. 

The “A” team will defend the use of euphemisms [even #s] ; while the “B” team will argue against the use of euphemisms [odd #s]. 
During the debate, teams must use evidence from the TedTalk speech, the Do Now excerpt and personal examples to support their assigned claim.

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October 19th Class Notes/Assignment: Tone Composition in Google Classroom

October 19th Class Notes/Assignment: Tone Composition

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Exam #2: Tone in Google Classroom

Exam #2: Tone

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October 8th Collaborative Assignment: Transcript of Frances Haugen's Opening Statement in Google Classroom

October 8th Collaborative Assignment: Transcript of Frances Haugen's Opening Statement

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Collaborative Project: Tone Composition in Google Classroom

Collaborative Project: Tone Composition



Your Task:  You and a partner will pretend to be a commentator. The task is to create a three to four paragraph commenting on the events that unfolded during Frances Haugen’s testimony against Facebook and Instagram. You may not use the adjective given to you in your description. Be thorough and creative!

Here’s the challenge: your commentary MUST reflect the assigned tone given to you. 

Guidelines:
Establish your assigned tone 
Use specific, relevant, and sufficient evidence from the debate to support the reason for this attitude
Identify each source that you reference 
Organize your ideas in a cohesive and coherent manner 
Maintain a formal style of writing, unless it is not fitting for your assigned tone 
Follow the conventions of standard written English 

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Exam #1: Grammar Unit in Google Classroom

Exam #1: Grammar Unit

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Homework: Preposition Research and SAT Questions in Google Classroom

Homework: Preposition Research and SAT Questions

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Applying Our Knowledge of English Grammar to Make Sense of Nonsense in Google Classroom

Applying Our Knowledge of English Grammar to Make Sense of Nonsense

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Homework: Verb Usage in Google Classroom

Homework: Verb Usage

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Khan Academy: Correlative conjunctions in Google Classroom

Khan Academy: Correlative conjunctions

Practice. Answer the following Khan Academy questions.

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Khan Academy: Coordinating conjunctions in Google Classroom

Khan Academy: Coordinating conjunctions

Practice. Answer the following Khan Academy questions

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Khan Academy: Coordinating and subordinating conjunctions in Google Classroom

Khan Academy: Coordinating and subordinating conjunctions

Practice. Answer the following Khan Academy questions.

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September 14th: Classwork/ Baseline Writing Assessment in Google Classroom

September 14th: Classwork/ Baseline Writing Assessment