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      OSCA is excited to welcome Mrs. Messer to our teaching staff!  She has degrees in English, History and training in Information Technology.  She will be teaching English, Religion, and Independent Study.   Her first week will be October 8-11!  Students (7/8 and 9/10)  do not have homework this weekend.  

       Please be in prayer for her as she transitions in!

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 October 1-4

 7th/8th....will continue writing devotion in-class 

Each classroom has been asked to provide a themed basket that can by auctioned off at our Oktoberfest. The 7th/8th grade class will be filling a basket with Mexican themed items. (chips, salsa, taco shells, taco seasoning, etc.) Donations requested by Oct. 3rd.  My apologies, I had September as the request deadline.

Thank you in advance for contributing to this!

 

9th/10th....read Chapters 19 and 20.  Write 7-10 annotations for each chapter.

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September 24-27

7th/8th

Complete final copy of character anlysis for one character. Due on Tuesday, Sep. 24.

Each classroom has been asked to provide a themed basket that can by auctioned off at our Oktoberfest. The 7th/8th grade class will be filling a basket with Mexican themed items. (chips, salsa, taco shells, taco seasoning, etc.) Donations requested by Sep. 3rd.

Thank you in advance for contributing to this!


9th/10th

Read ch 13

Write….how does life change with A.A. at their home? Why is she there? (more than just because she wants to be)

ADDED: due Sep. 26...finish reading Ch 15; read Ch 16.  Write 5 (or more) annotations for each chapter.

 

September 17-20

7th/8th

 Due Tuesday, Sep. 17th, two rough drafts.  One for a major character and one for a minor character.

We will continue to work on these in class this week.  

 In your writing:

paragraph one:  brief summary of the story

paragraph two: character and type

paragraph three: prove from the story they are this type

paragraph four: conclusion

(Types of characters: flat, round, stock, static, dynamic, protagonist, antagonist, foil) 

Each classroom has been asked to provide a themed basket that can by auctioned off at our Oktoberfest.  The 7th/8th grade class will be filling a basket with Mexican themed items.  (chips, salsa, taco shells, taco seasoning, etc.)  

Thank you in advance for contributing to this! 

 

9th/10th

In-class we will prepare for and hold another Socratic Seminar.  We will also create questions for an Attorney visit on Thursday!

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September 9-12

7th/8th

In-class we will work on character analysis.  

 9th/10th

Due September 12th:  questions from part I and Dialogue Dissection worksheet

 In class-Socratic Seminar from part I 

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September 3-6

7th/8th

Due Tuesday, Sep. 3rd

Choose ten words that are new to you from The Pearl.  For each word: write the definition and the sentence from the story that uses the word.  Include the page number.

 

9th/10th

Due Tuesday, Sep. 3rd

Read Chapter 8. Write a quiz with ten open-ended questions and answer them.

Added in-class (Sep. 3rd)  How did Scout and Jem feel about Atticus at the beginning of the chapter?  How did they feel about him at the end of the chapter?  What changed?  (answer with detail to fill a page)