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May 19th Class Notes: Setting of

May 19th Class Notes: Setting of "Harrison Bergeron"

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May 16th Class Notes: Introduction of Dystopian Literature in Google Classroom

May 16th Class Notes: Introduction of Dystopian Literature

Directions: Complete the assigned reading of this article and complete the questions provided. Be sure to make 1-2 annotations (comments/defining words/posing questions) as you read to better help you understand the text. Include your name in each annotation.

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Department Exam #11: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks [Second Half] in Google Classroom

Department Exam #11: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks [Second Half]

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May 5th Class Notes: Dismissing the Lacks' Concern in Google Classroom

May 5th Class Notes: Dismissing the Lacks' Concern

HW: Complete any missing questions on today's Pear Deck. 

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Department Exam #10: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks #1 in Google Classroom

Department Exam #10: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks #1

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May 3rd Class Notes: Chapter 17 Discussion in Google Classroom

May 3rd Class Notes: Chapter 17 Discussion

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April 28th Class Notes: Monetizing HeLa cells in Google Classroom

April 28th Class Notes: Monetizing HeLa cells

Homework on Pear Deck: If you knew that your cells could help to end the current pandemic, would you contribute your cells to science if you weren’t going to be paid/recognized for your contributions? EXPLAIN! Paragraph.

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April 27th Class Notes: Analyzing External Conflict in Chapter 8 of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks in Google Classroom

April 27th Class Notes: Analyzing External Conflict in Chapter 8 of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

HW: Complete today's Pear Deck. Annotate Chapter Thirteen of the text. Be prepared for tomorrow's discussion.

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April 26th Class Notes: Close-Reading of Chapter Three of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks in Google Classroom

April 26th Class Notes: Close-Reading of Chapter Three of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

HW: Complete the graphic organizer on today's Pear Deck. 

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April 25th Class Notes and Reading: Dr. Telinde  in Google Classroom

April 25th Class Notes and Reading: Dr. Telinde

Now you may have noticed that most of this chapter focused on describing a doctor’s career. Do you think patients like Henrietta Lacks, if given the choice, would have selected Dr. Richard Wesley TeLinde as their doctor? Take a close look at his credentials and experience. What does this information reveal about him as a doctor/researcher? Once you have done this, take a stance: Is Dr. TeLinde a suitable doctor for patients like Henrietta Lacks? [Differentiated Doc shared on GC.]

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April 12th Assignment: Final Draft of Full Argumentative Essay (Is it ethical to take biomedical materials from patients without their consent?) in Google Classroom

April 12th Assignment: Final Draft of Full Argumentative Essay (Is it ethical to take biomedical materials from patients without their consent?)

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April 13th Class Notes: Close Reading of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks [Prologue] in Google Classroom

April 13th Class Notes: Close Reading of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks [Prologue]

Read and annotate the FULL prologue.

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April 11th Class Notes: Drafting Argumentative Essay in Google Classroom

April 11th Class Notes: Drafting Argumentative Essay

HW: Complete the first full draft of your argumentative essay on Pear Deck.

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April 8th Class Notes: Thesis Statement Development and Planning in Google Classroom

April 8th Class Notes: Thesis Statement Development and Planning

HW: Complete today's argumentative essay planning slides. 

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April 7th Class Notes: Ethical vs. Legal  in Google Classroom

April 7th Class Notes: Ethical vs. Legal

HW: Finish reading the informational text and answer the remaining  Stop and Jot questions.

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April 5th Class Notes: Is it ethical? in Google Classroom

April 5th Class Notes: Is it ethical?

HW: Complete the reading of the other Jigsaw articles and questions on Pear Deck.

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Edpuzzle - Conclusion of Julius Caesar in Google Classroom

Edpuzzle - Conclusion of Julius Caesar

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March 30th Class Notes: Static and Dynamic Characters in Google Classroom

March 30th Class Notes: Static and Dynamic Characters

HW: Complete conflict graphic organizer.

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Department Exam #9: Julius Caesar Act 3-4 in Google Classroom

Department Exam #9: Julius Caesar Act 3-4

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March 24th Class Notes: Characterization of Mark Antony, Lepidus, and Octavius in Google Classroom

March 24th Class Notes: Characterization of Mark Antony, Lepidus, and Octavius

HW: Complete the characterization chart found on final slide of today's Pear Deck.

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March 22nd Class Notes: Roman People's Reaction to Mark Antony's Eulogy in Google Classroom

March 22nd Class Notes: Roman People's Reaction to Mark Antony's Eulogy

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March 16th Class Notes: Text Analysis of Mark Antony's Eulogy in Google Classroom

March 16th Class Notes: Text Analysis of Mark Antony's Eulogy

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March 14th Class Notes: Rhetoric in Brutus' Eulogy in Google Classroom

March 14th Class Notes: Rhetoric in Brutus' Eulogy

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Edpuzzle - Julius Caesar-Act III Scene I (Caesar's Death) in Google Classroom

Edpuzzle - Julius Caesar-Act III Scene I (Caesar's Death)

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March 3rd Class Notes: Analyzing the Marriages in Julius Caesar in Google Classroom

March 3rd Class Notes: Analyzing the Marriages in Julius Caesar

If you did not complete today's task, complete it for homework.

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March 2nd Regents Assignment: Text Analysis of Act Two in Google Classroom

March 2nd Regents Assignment: Text Analysis of Act Two

Use the link to join this Pear Deck activity!

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Department Exam #8: Julius Caesar Act One in Google Classroom

Department Exam #8: Julius Caesar Act One

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February 11th Class Notes: Close Reading of Act One, Scene Two in Google Classroom

February 11th Class Notes: Close Reading of Act One, Scene Two

Use the link to access Reflect & Review!


Homework: Read and annotate pages 12-14. 
How does what happened to Caesar give Cassius more "ammunition" against him? Explain.

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February 10th Class Notes: Caesar and Cassius in Google Classroom

February 10th Class Notes: Caesar and Cassius

HW: Re-read the scene read in class and compete graphic organizer.

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February 4th Class Notes: Gathering research about Ancient Rome and Julius Caesar in Google Classroom

February 4th Class Notes: Gathering research about Ancient Rome and Julius Caesar

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February 3rd Class Notes/ Assignment: Julius Caesar Gallery Walk in Google Classroom

February 3rd Class Notes/ Assignment: Julius Caesar Gallery Walk

HW: Complete today's activity.

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February 2nd Class Notes: Introduction to Julius Caesar in Google Classroom

February 2nd Class Notes: Introduction to Julius Caesar

Use the link to access Reflect & Review!

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January 21st Class Notes: Reaction Piece in Google Classroom

January 21st Class Notes: Reaction Piece

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January 18th Class Notes: Drafting Narrative using Story Arc in Google Classroom

January 18th Class Notes: Drafting Narrative using Story Arc

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January 6th Class Notes/ Homework: Discussion about Dr. MLK's Impact in American Society in Google Classroom

January 6th Class Notes/ Homework: Discussion about Dr. MLK's Impact in American Society

HW: Read and annotate pages 11-13. Answer the Stop and Jot questions with complete sentences. 


Reminder: Your annotation packet will be graded for this marking period.

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January 3rd Class Notes/ Homework: Dr. MLK Jr's Use of Anaphora in Google Classroom

January 3rd Class Notes/ Homework: Dr. MLK Jr's Use of Anaphora

HW: Complete the reading questions on page 6 of "Letters from Birmingham Jail".

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December 21st Class Notes/ Assignment: Analyzing Dr. MLK's Letter from Birmingham Jail in Google Classroom

December 21st Class Notes/ Assignment: Analyzing Dr. MLK's Letter from Birmingham Jail

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December 16th Class Notes: Self-Editing Assignment in Google Classroom

December 16th Class Notes: Self-Editing Assignment

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December 17th Class Notes/ Assignment: Peer Editing Session in Google Classroom

December 17th Class Notes/ Assignment: Peer Editing Session

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December 15th Class Notes/ Assignment: How to construct a conclusion paragraph in Google Classroom

December 15th Class Notes/ Assignment: How to construct a conclusion paragraph

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December 14th Class Notes/ Assignment: Learning how to counter argue and refute in Google Classroom

December 14th Class Notes/ Assignment: Learning how to counter argue and refute

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December 13th Class Notes/ Assignment: Learning how to transition between paragraphs in Google Classroom

December 13th Class Notes/ Assignment: Learning how to transition between paragraphs

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December 9th Class Notes/ Homework: Constructing the Argumentative Essay Introduction  in Google Classroom

December 9th Class Notes/ Homework: Constructing the Argumentative Essay Introduction

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December 8th Class Notes: Learning How to Develop a Thesis Statement in Google Classroom

December 8th Class Notes: Learning How to Develop a Thesis Statement

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December 7th Class Notes: Day One of Argumentative Essay Writing in Google Classroom

December 7th Class Notes: Day One of Argumentative Essay Writing

Directions: Begin reading the four informational texts and annotate as you go. Be prepare to use your annotations tomorrow to start the construction of this essay.

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Department Exam #5: Amy Tan's short story,

Department Exam #5: Amy Tan's short story, "Rules of the Game"

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December 2nd Class Notes/ Project: R.A.F.T. Writing Assignment in Google Classroom

December 2nd Class Notes/ Project: R.A.F.T. Writing Assignment

Complete the R.A.F.T assignment. Final assessment for marking period 2.

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December 3rd Project: Final MP 2 Creative Writing R.A.F.T. Project in Google Classroom

December 3rd Project: Final MP 2 Creative Writing R.A.F.T. Project

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December 1st Class Notes/Homework: Tiger-Parenting or Helicopter Parenting in Google Classroom

December 1st Class Notes/Homework: Tiger-Parenting or Helicopter Parenting

HW: Complete the Stop and Jot reading questions on Pear Deck.

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November 30th Class Notes/ Homework: Waverly's Changes in Google Classroom

November 30th Class Notes/ Homework: Waverly's Changes

HW: Complete the reading of today's section of the texts. Complete the questions on Pear Deck.

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November 29th Classnotes/Homework: Stereotypes in Chess in Google Classroom

November 29th Classnotes/Homework: Stereotypes in Chess

HW: Complete the reading of this section of "Rules of the Game" and answer the questions posed on Pear Deck.

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November 24th Class Notes/ Homework: Comparing and Contrasting Amy Tan protagonists in Google Classroom

November 24th Class Notes/ Homework: Comparing and Contrasting Amy Tan protagonists

Directions Compare and contrast Waverly’s development to Jing Mei’s development using similar phrases used in today's lesson.  Once you have done this, reveal the author’s conveyed message about childhood experiences and defend your analysis with evidence from the text.

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November 23rd Class Notes/Homework: Characterizing

November 23rd Class Notes/Homework: Characterizing "Rules of the Game" Protagonist

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November 22nd Class Notes/ Homework: Making Inferences

November 22nd Class Notes/ Homework: Making Inferences "Rules of the Game"

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November 17th Assignment: Part III: Text-Analysis Response  “Two Kinds”  by Amy Tan with Symbolism Focus in Google Classroom

November 17th Assignment: Part III: Text-Analysis Response “Two Kinds” by Amy Tan with Symbolism Focus

Your Task: Closely re-read (or review) the short story, “Two Kinds” by Amy Tan and write a well-developed, text-based response of three paragraphs. In your response, identify ONE central idea in the text and analyze how the author’s use of SYMBOLISM develops this central idea. Use strong and thorough evidence from the text to support your analysis. Do not simply summarize the text. You may refer to your class notes.Write your response in the spaces provided on the Google Document shared with you.

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Department Exam #4: Amy Tan's short story,

Department Exam #4: Amy Tan's short story, "Two Kinds"

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November 10th Homework: Independent Reading of Amy Tan's short story,

November 10th Homework: Independent Reading of Amy Tan's short story, "Two Kinds"

Use the link to join this Pear Deck activity!

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November 9th Homework: Reading of the Opening Pages of Amy Tan's short story,

November 9th Homework: Reading of the Opening Pages of Amy Tan's short story, "Two Kinds"

Directions: Read the first few pages of "Two Kinds". Then, answer the Stop and Jot questions on Pear Deck. Use the link to join this Pear Deck activity!

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November 9th Class Notes: Learning about the Setting of Amy Tan's Stories in Google Classroom

November 9th Class Notes: Learning about the Setting of Amy Tan's Stories

Complete the Google Earth assignment.

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November 5th Homework Assignment: Parenting Styles in Google Classroom

November 5th Homework Assignment: Parenting Styles

Directions: Type your responses to the final questions of today's lesson.

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Department Exam 3:

Department Exam 3: "The Palace Thief" [Conclusion] Period 5

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November 2nd Classwork:

November 2nd Classwork: "The Palace Thief" Independent Reading Assignment

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October 28th Writing Task: A Text-Based Regents Response Analyzin in Google Classroom

October 28th Writing Task: A Text-Based Regents Response Analyzin

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October 27th Reading: Annotation of Mr. Hundert's New Conflict in Google Classroom

October 27th Reading: Annotation of Mr. Hundert's New Conflict

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October 26th Persuasive Writing Assignment in Google Classroom

October 26th Persuasive Writing Assignment

Directions: Yesterday, we learned of Mr. Hundert’s “proudest moment at St. Benedict’s”. After passionately debating several hours about the importance of teaching and learning history, Mr. Hundert (the narrator) was able to come out victorious. If he would have lost the debate, the result would have been egregious. Can you imagine learning little or nothing about the past? 

Your Task: We did not get the details of what was said during the debate, but I will like for you to imagine the points that were argued during the debate. Develop a persuasive composition of at least two paragraphs using ETHOS, PATHOS, LOGOS to defend or challenge the importance of learning about the past.
Write your response on Pear Deck.

Use the link to join this Pear Deck activity!

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October 25th Reading: Annotating

October 25th Reading: Annotating "The Palace Thief" Using Chunking Reading Strategy

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October 21st Reading/ Assignment: The Analysis of Pages 19-21 of

October 21st Reading/ Assignment: The Analysis of Pages 19-21 of "The Palace Thief"

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Department Exam #2:

Department Exam #2: "The Palace Thief" [Pages 1-18]

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October 18th Assignment: Independent Reading in Google Classroom

October 18th Assignment: Independent Reading

Directions: Read and annotate the next section of Ethan Caine's short story, "The Palace Thief"

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October 15th Assignment: Collaborative Double Mirror Project in Google Classroom

October 15th Assignment: Collaborative Double Mirror Project

Directions: Your task today is to complete the following Double Mind Mirror for Sedgewick and Mr. Hundert. You should focus on the influence of each character on the other, the conflicts that shaped them and their complexity.

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October 14th Reading: Choice and Consequences in Google Classroom

October 14th Reading: Choice and Consequences

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October 13th Reading: Annotating Pages 8-11 of

October 13th Reading: Annotating Pages 8-11 of "The Palace Thief"

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As we read the text, highlight lines in which conflict is present.


In the margins, you will take note of the following:
The type of conflict present (person vs. person, person versus self, person versus nature, person versus society, etc.)
The underlying cause for this conflict
Explanation of the character traits revealed by the characters in this section of the text.

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October 12th Class Notes: Analyzing Conflicts in

October 12th Class Notes: Analyzing Conflicts in "The Palace Thief"

Complete the conflict chart on Pear Deck.

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October 8th Reading: Characterizing the Narrator and Sedgewick Bell in Pages 3-7 of

October 8th Reading: Characterizing the Narrator and Sedgewick Bell in Pages 3-7 of "The Palace Thief"

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October 7th Homework: Characterization of Narrator {Pages 1-2} in Google Classroom

October 7th Homework: Characterization of Narrator {Pages 1-2}

HW: Complete the reading of pages 1-2. Answer questions on document.

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October 7th Class Reading: Characterization of the Narrator {Pages 1-2} in Google Classroom

October 7th Class Reading: Characterization of the Narrator {Pages 1-2}

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Homework: Presenting Your Contention in Google Classroom

Homework: Presenting Your Contention

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Department Exam #1: Poems in Google Classroom

Department Exam #1: Poems

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First English Regents Text Analysis in Google Classroom

First English Regents Text Analysis

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Annotating

Annotating "The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd"

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September 21st: Central Idea Development for the poem

September 21st: Central Idea Development for the poem "The Passionate Shepherd to His Love"

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September 20th: Annotating the poem,

September 20th: Annotating the poem, "The Passionate Shepherd to His Love"

Directions: Choose two different symbols from the Close Read Symbol chart to do a close read of Christopher Marlowe's poem of each stanza.

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Prognostic Exam: Day Two in Google Classroom

Prognostic Exam: Day Two

Your Task: Closely read the poems again and write a well-developed, text-based response of two-three paragraphs. In your response, identify a central idea in the text and analyze how the author’s use of one writing strategy (literary element or literary technique or rhetorical device) develops this central idea. Use strong and thorough evidence from the text to support your analysis. Do not simply summarize the text. You may use the margins to take notes as you read and the next page to plan your response. Write your response in the spaces provided.
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Be sure to: 
Identify ONE central idea in the text 
Analyze how the author’s use of one writing strategy (literary element or literary technique or rhetorical device) develops this central idea. Examples include: tone, symbolism, characterization, conflict, figurative language, ethos, pathos, logos, etc. 
Use strong and thorough evidence from the text to support your analysis 
Organize your ideas in a cohesive and coherent manner 
Maintain a formal style of writing 
Follow the conventions of standard written English

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Prognostic Assessment: Day One in Google Classroom

Prognostic Assessment: Day One

Directions (1–24): Closely read each of the three passages below. After each passage, there are several multiple choice questions. Select the best suggested answer to each question.


Important: Please answer as many questions as you can, but do not guess if you run out of time. Simply submit the exam with as many questions as you were able to get to instead of guessing responses.