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Here we go….check out the countdown to Winter Break calendar! Don’t forget that we have an early release on Wednesday. This week we will finish up the Langston Hughes story, Thank-you M’am, and begin an informational text called Juvenile Justice. You can find all of the details for this week here: nov1418 One more thing…there will be … More Week 9 Nov 14-18
This week we are starting a new competition that will begin today and end at the end of the semester. Most of you will be placed in groups of 3, hence quarter trios. *Grand prize at the end of the semester for the team with the most points is that each team member’s lowest score … More Quarter Trios Competition!
Do some research to find out why Langston Hughes lived in Mexico for a while. Come tell me what you found out!
Don’t forget we have a short week…no school Friday! Also, if your parents are interested in a low-cost adult ESL class, the district is offering one in Battle Ground starting in January. See post from last week titled, “Sign Up Now!” This week we will explore more of the Langston Hughes short story, Thank you, M’am. Hughes is … More Week 8
Classes for parents start soon! Read here how to sign up… … More Adult English Classes
We have a full week of learning before we head into the holiday weeks of Fall. As we continue learning new prefixes and suffixes, we will dive head first into interjections! for our grammar review. See the featured image. We will also start reading the Harlem Rennassaince writer Langston Hughes’ short story Thank-you M’am and continue looking at … More Week 8 Oct31-Nov4
Don’t forget that Thursday & Friday are both early release days for parent conferences. Can’t wait to meet mom & dad! 🙂 This week we will take a look at informational text and practice the reading skill Plan & Monitor. We will read the article The World is in Their Hands on pages 29-33 in our EDGE textbook. … More Week 7 Oct 24-28
This week in Intermediate ESL we will explore the literary concept of mood. Watch this short film based on Edgar Allen Poe’s short story The Tell-tale Heart, and decide what kind of mood the story has.
Hard to believe we are already into the 6th week of school! Parent Conferences are happening this week and next. Please bring your English 2 binders to the conference and be prepared to share with your mom and dad what you are learning in class. This week we will continue to investigate René Saldaña Jr.’s … More Week 6: Oct 17-21