Monday, January 22

  • Keep on writing!

  • New helpful sheet

    • on introducing a source into the body of the essay

  • For tomorrow:

    • Have a rough draft of the whole essay

    • If some paragraphs aren't ready

      • put in an outline of what will be in those paragraphs

  • Citing sources:

    • If citing an article from class:

      • Author, "Article Title"

      • just to let the reader know which article you're using

    • Outside article

      • Author, Publication, "Article Title"

      • to give the reader information about your source

      • Nicholas Casey, New York Times, " Venezuela's Most Wanted Rebel"

  • For citing sources beyond those provided in class

    • Go to the SEHS Library page

    • Right hand column of Tools

      • go to Citation Maker

      • choose MLA!

Tuesday, January 23

Wednesday, January 24

  • Last day to write in class!

    • Are they all good sentences?

  • Tomorrow beginning of class
    • Turn in essay
  • Article chart due by Friday

Thursday, January 25

  • Bring ID card tomorrow

  • Print out essay

  • Turn in essay
    • staple to rubric
  • Article chart due tomorrow

  • Grammar warm-up:
    • The thrill of commas!
    • Exercise 32-1
  • Mark Twain notes

  • Improve Eugene Project coming soon!

  • Homework:

    • Ask three people who are not H10 B students
      • What should Eugene provide to better meet the needs of young people?
    • Due tomorrow!

Friday, January 26

  • Check out Twain short stories

    • p. 3 - 11:12

    • p. 5 - 2:25

  • Grammar warm-up:

    • Commas 32-2

  • How was the assembly?

    • Content?

    • Technical?

  • Posters of suggestions for Eugene