I’m getting excited for the school year. Are you? My summer was filled with good friends, good food, exciting travel and or course, good books. Here are a few pictures that sum up my summer vacation: This year, I’m excited to be teaching four English classes – three 10H and one 10CP, plus a brandContinue reading “Welcome back!”
As you may know, a goal of mine this year is to analyze and address my students’ relationship with reading. Please fill out this survey to help! http://goo.gl/forms/Hti6xi7nFP
ATTENTION WORLD: April calendars are now LIVE! I know, you’ve been refreshing the page all weekend. Have a great week! Mr. G
On the Wakefield Public Schools Facebook Page, there is a Snow Day Challenge that is open to all Wakefield students. The winner receive some Wakefield gear from the Warrior store. Here it is, and let me know if you enter! Snow Day Challenge for 2/9/2015: For today’s Snow Day Challenge, students are encouraged to writeContinue reading “Snow Day Challenge”
Hello, classes! To download and listen to the literary terms podcast, click here. What more could you want to do on your weekend then listening to me talk to you for 13 minutes?? 🙂 If you are having trouble downloading the file, you can always go to our Google Classroom site and listen to it there!Continue reading “Literary Terms Podcast”
Hello, all! Over the next week, we will be continuing our discussions about complex characters (those with multiple or conflicting motivations). Big idea: which characters have we encountered this year that are complex? What makes them complex? A couple of things to keep in mind: 1. Remember Spongebob and how he helped us discover the traitsContinue reading “Complex characters!”
I’m collaborating with another teacher (the wonderful Ms. Hughes!) on a year-long research project studying the love of reading. We’ve developed this survey to get the ball rolling. I am asking for your honesty and patience with this task – it is greatly appreciated! The survey can be found here: http://goo.gl/forms/0ZHQfs8DFi Thanks! Mr. G
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Please read this article and respond in your Journal (Journal 4, at least eight sentences). Think about the following: This can be a tough essay to read, so I encourage you to take it slow. If you don’t understand a word or reference in the piece, look it up. Don’t just breeze through it. Consider theContinue reading “G Block – Article for In-Class Activity”
G Block 10H… Check your email. There is no writing assignment due tomorrow. Since we didn’t meet on Friday, I’m postponing the Personal Introduction assignment until next week. Have a great Sunday, and GO PATS!