Mrs. Byrd's English II

September 8 - 11

“If we learn nothing else from this tragedy, we learn that life is short and there is no time for hate.”

- Sandy Dahl

ID Badges & Dress Code

Starting this week you MUST have your ID badge.


  • 1st Period teacher will be checking for badges & dress code
  • If you do not have your badge, you are considered out of dress code
  • You will be issued a form that you must get signed by all of your teachers that day
  • the next day you must return this form to the teacher that issued it AND show them your badge (to prove you have it)
  • Failure to do so will result in a referral

Tardy Table Reminders:

If you are LESS THAN 10 MINUTES LATE to a class - you are considered Tardy and must have a pass from the Tardy Table.

If you are MORE THAN 10 MINUTES LATE to a class - you are considered skipping and will receive a referral. You must obtain a pass from the front office.

PICTURE DAY will be Tuesday September 8th

Pictures will be taken during English classes.

Please dress appropriately!

WEEKLY AGENDA:

Monday, September 7th

NO SCHOOL - LABOR DAY

TUESDAY, September 8th

EQ:

How effective are my writing skills?


Do Now:

Unit 1 Vocabulary Practice - Test on Friday


Agenda:


Baseline Writing Test


Period 1 Baseline Writing

Periods 2 and 3 Writing Baseline

WEDNESDAY, September 9th

Period 1 -

Vocabulary Practice 1 and 2 - complete both practices and email your result to sgill@student.g.pasco.k12.fl.us


Period 2 and 3 -

Vocabulary Practice 1 and 2 - complete both practices and email your result to sgill@student.g.pasco.k12.fl.us



All classes - complete your baseline writing. The completed essays are due on CANVAS today before the end of each period.

THURSDAY and FRIDAY, September 10th - 11th

EQ: What are the important elements of poetry that I need to understand in order to analyze a poem?


Do Now:

Period 1 - Vocabulary Warm Up - VOCABULARY TEST

Period 2 and 3 Vocabulary Warm up - VOCABULARY TEST


Agenda:

- Poetry guided notes

Period 1

Periods 2 and 3

  • Music & Poetry - how are they the same?
  • "Lose Yourself" by Eminem
  • "Monster" by Eminem


FRIDAY - COMPLETE POETRY INTRODUCTION