If you have below a 70% in class, I have assigned you Edgenuity. You still have the option to turn in any late work, missing work, or extra credit, but you also have this opportunity as well. Please let me know if you need help signing into the site. Also, please remember to use the site through your mybackpack account. That way you don't have to worry about trying to sign-in.
So...I know none of you are looking forward to finals or feel like this test is like an old friend, but I am posting the study guide online to help relieve some of your stress! Many students requested to take the Canterbury Tales test and the Standards Based test all together, so that is what I have done. I hope that gives you all more time to study! On your final's day when you can opt for early release, I will still be here teaching class as usual. If you want help with either of these tests or need to turn in any make-up work, I will be glad to assist. Best of luck and Happy Studying!
Canterbury Tales Study Guide
RL/RI 3 and RL/RI 5 Standards-Based Assessment Study Guide
You will use your Collections Close Reader to complete "The Pardoner's Tale" on pages 19-32. Please do not neglect to complete all of the margin activities. We will begin to discuss the contents of the tale, your insights, and your answers to the margin activities the next time we meet. Send me a message if you have trouble.
Well hello there, friends! It's me, Ms. Davis, your friendly British Literature teacher who is into all things nerdy! Actually, I just love to learn, so don't be surprised when I expect the same from you. Literature is an avenue to multiple perspectives...that is to say that no matter the text we read in class, there will always be something you could learn that will interest you. You just have to be willing to look down that avenue and further explore the perspectives in which you have interest.