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DAILY JOURNAL ASSIGNMENTS: 

Monday, Oct. 19: There was no journal today.

Tuesday, Oct. 20: Today we reviewed romanticism. Your teacher has a hand-out on this concept. Please ask her for a copy. Turn it in when you’re done filling it out.

Wednesday, Oct. 21: Today we reviewed Gothic concepts. Your teacher has a hand-out for this journal. Please ask her for a copy. Turn it in when you’re done filling it out.

Thursday, Oct. 22: On a piece of notebook paper, please answer the following question: After reading “Aboard a Slave Ship,” think about what you’ve learned regarding slavery. Is this what led to the Civil War? Explain your answer.

DAILY CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES: 

Monday, Oct. 19: Most students were gone on a field trip today. No make-up work is needed.

Tuesday, Oct. 20: Today we read an important document called, “Aboard a Slave Ship, 1829”. You can find copies of this online (see link) to read on your own, or come in for Friday school this week to catch up on the reading you missed.

Wednesday, Oct. 21: Today we read “A Man’s Body at Auction” by Walt Whitman. It’s number 7 on this page, or you can check it out at our school library. Our teacher also has copies you can borrow to read on your own. We also began reading The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane. It’s easy to catch up when you’ve been gone, because the entire audiobook is available for free on YouTube. Please visit the YouTube audiobook to catch up on your reading or come in during Friday School.

Thursday, Oct. 22: We turned in our vocabulary lists today. Please turn yours in right away. We also continued reading The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane. It’s easy to catch up when you’ve been gone because the entire audiobook is available for free on YouTube. Please visit the YouTube audiobook to catch up on your reading or come in during Friday School.

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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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