Mr. Sullivan

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Posted: September 25, 2012

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Tue, Oct 2/12 9:00 pm
Students will be tested on knowledge of the content of the speeches covered in class. They will also be asked to demonstrate an understanding of the larger concepts discussed within the speeches.

Posted: September 25, 2012

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Wed, Sep 19/12 9:00 pm
Class Presentations will begin on this day.

Posted: September 25, 2012

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Thu, Sep 27/12 9:00 pm
Student Photos are run through English classes. Those students who are in my English Classes will have their photos taken on this day.

MLA Formating Page

Posted: April 18, 2012

This is an excellent guide for MLA formating. Use this when completing your works cited page.

David Adams Richards - Artists Tell Our Truths

Posted: April 18, 2012

The Language Arts III classes were asked to go outside of their comfort zone to create projects that explored the many themes found in Harper Lee's famous novel To Kill A Mockingbird. These are some of the examples of the visual projects that were created. Enjoy!  Video Projects: An Interview with...

Posted: December 9, 2011

  Chapter 1 1) What do you think the purpose of the introduction is? 2) How might this have some relevance to the people of Brennan Siding 3) Why is Shad so sad at the beginning of the chapter? What are his thoughts fixated on? 4) What did the boys catch in their net? 5) Explain the confusion at the end of the chapter. What happened and what did the characters think happened? 6) Why is Lillian Wallace so troubled? 7) On a separate page keep a record of the Tasmanian Story. Chapter 2   1) Describe Shad's parents. Give 2 or 3 character traits for each one and give references to the text. 2) What are they fighting about? 3) Describe Shad's outfit and appearance in detail. Who is he trying to look like? 4) Why are Dryfly and Lillian breaking up? 5) What makes Dry feel better? Chapter 3   1) Explain Hilda Porter's concerns. 2) Why is Dryfly concerned for the baby his mother will have? Do you agree with him? Explain. 3) List two positive things that happen to Dryfly in the chapter. 4) Do you think Dry will take Bill up on his offer? Why/why not?   Chatper 4 1) What has changed at Shirley's house since Nutbeam has come to live there? 2) Why are Dry and his mother worrying about him working for Bill?   3) Hilda gives more information on Tasmania. Write it on your page set aside for this. Chapter 5   1) Explain what Hilda Porter does about her "man" Dilemma. 2) Lindon Tucker hears a bird that he can't identify. Is it the first time he heard it? Where did he here it before? What does the bird symbolize?   3) Sum up in a short paragraph what Dryfly thinks of the American influence on Canada (make at least 5 points). Chapter 6   2) What is the point of Lillian's letter to Dry? 3) What effect does John Kaston's vision have on you as a reader? 4) Describe the "evil presence" in this chapter. What are the signs? 5) Hilda Tells her story again. Write the new facts on your seperate page.   6) How is Shad changing his style? Why?      

Persephone

Posted: October 20, 2011

This is not the actual myth that we read in class. It is just a guide to make sure that you are familiar with it.

Sentry - Frederic Brown

Posted: October 20, 2011

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