12/1: Reader Response due tomorrow; R+J scene due Wednesday--do both well; make it count! All done? Study POETICS!
11/1: STUDY, STUDY, STUDY, STUDY STUDY! You *need* to pass the next poetry exam! And read and note!
10/30: STUDY YOUR POETICS. Yes, people failed. You will test again. And bring your new book to class every day!
10/28: You *also* must bring a BOOK with you to class tomorrow, remember? It will be a zero if you don't. And rr, you!
10/26: Reader response due Tuesday; know your 24 poetics and explication process--pop exam coming! Pass it or regret it!
10/14: You have 24 poetics to know by heart--look them up and note 'em atarting pg 1133 in e-text my.hrw.com; GO!
10/6: Your first reader response is due start of class Tues. Follow the Jake Lilly model! Five paragraphs, five parts!
9/29: ALL info you need to successfully complete your homework IS listed at HW Described; READ WHAT IT SAYS!
9/23: Very IMPORTANT information posted @ HW Described--new assignment due next MONDAY! Do it carefully. It matters!
9/20: Mikayla and Andrew M. and anyone else ever absent: your work is always posted here @teacherweb!
9/19: Have you been checking HW DESCRIBED and ASSIGNMENTS pages @ teacherweb? It's all posted there, always! Do that!
Yup, this is where you come to register for news flashes--notifications to your cell phone or email as reminders of work due or changes to the calendar. Just click that icony-buton-thingy there and follow directions. OH! Wait, that right there is a BIG, HUGE, GIGANTIC deal--FOLLOW DIRECTIONS! Yeah. Read it all, then do it all. You would be amazed how many kids fail ninth grade quarters simply by making up their own tasks and assignments rather than simply doing what the directions acually SAY to do. Go ahead, click that thingy and see if you can follow the directions. Go on! Hurry up!