Hello! Your long-term substitute is Ms. Woffinden-Luey.
She can be reached at WoffindenLueyM@issaquah.wednet.edu.
I will be on maternity leave until March 25th. Please direct all emails to the substitute, your applicable counselor, or your applicable adminstrator.
Today's Focus: Vocabulary Quiz 6, Goodbye Time :)
- Chapters 6 & 7 with ONE character entry DUE MONDAY
Today's Focus: Chapter 5 Reading Quiz and Discussion, Symbolism, Motif, and Theme
Journal #8: “The ship of democracy, which has weathered all storms, may sink through the mutiny of those on board.” - Grover Cleveland
- Vocabulary Quiz 6 TOMORROW
- Chapters 6 & 7 with ONE character entry due Monday
Today's Focus: (There was a substitute today.) In-class reading time for Chapter 5 and Character Entry
- Finish reading Chapter 5 with Character Entry DUE TOMORROW
Today's Focus: Chapters 3 & 4 Literary Psycho-Analysis, Symbols (Glasses, Shell, Scar, Island) & Archetypes, Work Time on Map
Journal #7: Jack appears to be obsessed by the idea of killing a pig, so much so that he puts it before more urgent needs. What more urgent needs does he ignore? What happens because of his disregard? What does this say about Jack?
- None! (Catch up on your reading and/or character entries if necessary.)
- Vocabulary Quiz 6 on Friday
Today's Focus: Vocabulary List 6, Lord of the Flies Island Mapping
No journal today.
- Chapter 4 with Character Entry DUE TOMORROW
- Extra Credit Response due Wednesday
Today's Focus: Vocabulary Quiz 5, Chapter 2 Reading Quiz, Chapter 2 Discussion
Journal #5: Create an analytical paragraph using excerpts from the following evidence…The space under the palm tree was full of noise and movement. Ralph was on his feet too, shouting for quiet, but no one heard him. All at once the crowd swayed toward the island and was gone – following Jack. Even the tiny children went and did their best among the leaves and broken branches. Ralph was left, holding the conch, with no one but Piggy.
Piggy’s breathing was quite restored.
“Like kids!” he said scornfully. “Acting like a crowd of kids!” (Golding 38)
- Chapter 3 with Character Entry DUE MONDAY
Today's Focus: Introduction to Character Entries for Lord of the Flies, Chapter 1 Discussion & Character Entry Time
Journal #4: Respond to the following quote…“He raised his arm into the air. There came a pause, a hiatus, the pig continued to scream and the creepers to jerk, and the blade continued to flash at the end of a bony arm. The pause was only long enough for them to understand what an enormity the downward stroke would be.” (Golding 31)
- Read Chapter 2 with Character Entry DUE TOMORROW
Today's Focus: (There was a substitute today.) Study Hall
- Have Chapter 1 read by TOMORROW
- Vocabulary Quiz 5 on Friday
Today's Focus: Lord of the Flies Book Check-Out, Vocabulary Definitions 5, A Pyschoanalytical Approach to Literature (Id Ego Superego) Lecture
- Read Chapter 1 DUE TOMORROW
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