For tonight, you need to read chapter 6. When you are finished, you need to do a reader’s response on Seesaw.
For March 17th (2 weeks), you need to have section 2 completely written. Next Wednesday, you will have a work day as I will be on a field trip.
For tonight, you need to do pages 63 and 64 in the Constitution workbook.
Don’t forget that you need to have outlines section 2 for class tomorrow.
For tomorrow, you need to read chapter 5 of The Great Gatsby. Don’t forget that you need to have your outlines done for Wednesday. If possible, please type them and email them to me.
If you join in on the Zoom, you just need to finish reading chapter 4 of The Great Gatsby.
If you did not join the Zoom, you will need to read the whole chapter.
Vocabulary List 14
- Candor (n): frankness; openness; sincerity of expression
- Debunk (v): to expose as being pretentious or false; disprove
- Debutante (n): a young woman making a debut in high society
- Effete (adj): without strength or power; weak
- Effluvium (n): a slight or invisible exhalation or vapor; especially one that is noxious
- Falter (v): move in an uncertain manner; stumble
- Fanaticism (n): passion; excessive devotion
- Gaunt (adj): emaciated; bony and angular; skinny
- Geniality (n): warmth, cheerfulness
- Hedonist (n): a pleasure seeker
- Heed (v/n): to give attention; careful attention
- Imbroglio (n): complicated and embarrassing situation
- Immaculate (adj): spotlessly clean; pure
- Jocose (adj): characterized by joking; humorous
- Jocular (adj): playful, amusing
For next Wednesday, you need to have section 2 outlined. Don’t forget that this section will be different because all of your facts have to prove your point.
For tomorrow, Thursday, you do not have any homework. 🙂
Read chapter 2 for Thursday. Make sure you have your paragraphs for section 1 written.
For tonight, read chapter 2 of The Great Gatsby.
For tonight, finish reading chapter 1 of The Great Gatsby.