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DAILY JOURNAL ASSIGNMENTS: 

Monday, March 16: Please correctly punctuate the “dialogue” labeled “Monday” on the sheet on the “Assignments” page (or in Box 10 in the make-up work center).

Tuesday, March 17: There was no journal today; the teacher was absent.

Wednesday, March 18: In your spiral notebook (journal), please revise Monday’s journal. It was a dialogue between Karen and Ruby. Forgot what “revise” means? Look at the bottom of page 14 in the “English Handbook Pages.”

Thursday, March 19: Today’s journal was a dialogue quiz. Please set an appointment to come in at lunch or after school to make up this important quiz grade.

DAILY CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES: 

Monday, March 16: Today we finished our inspiration boards (digital or hard-copy) and character sketches. Then we either shared them with our teacher (digitally) or gave them to her (in hard-copy form) to grade. Remember, we’re working in Google docs, and the “share” button is a blue button on the upper right-hand corner of your screen.

Tuesday, March 17: Today everyone finished their plot diagram worksheets (found in box 11 in the makeup work center) and turned them in. Then we started typing our stories in Google docs.

Wednesday, March 18: We spent the whole class period typing our stories in Google docs today. Remember that you have access to your story from home, as long as you are signed into your school gmail account. You can always do some typing at home.

Thursday, March 19: We spent the whole class period typing our stories in Google docs today. Remember that you have access to your story from home, as long as you are signed into your school gmail account. You can always do some typing at home. When we return from spring break, we will print whatever we have done. No extra time will be given. So make sure your story is as complete as you want it to be by the time spring break is over.

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About Chelly Wood

I am a school librarian with an English degree, and I like to write books. My literary agent is Elizabeth Kracht of Kimberley Cameron & Associates.

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