ALA Fusion

WYWG: 5/2/16

What We Did: 

  • Bellwork: Why do people use fear/tyranny to gain power?
  • C’Ya #111: i will challenge him i will kiss your hand and than i will leave you i promise that claudio will atone for his repudiation of your cousin benedick promised
  • Notes on Post WWI Europe
  • Gala work time

What You Need to Do: 

  • Gala next week!
  • Your history test is on Edmodo and is due on Friday – there is a time limit, so make sure you take it when you are ready to sit down and focus
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4/22/16

What We Did: 

  • Wild Card Friday/Fun Friday
  • Finished World War I notes
  • Work time for the Gala

What You Need to Do: 

  • Your script needs to be turned in by Tuesday of next week in a digital format to Mr. Duffin.  Your group will be graded as a whole on whether or not this is done, so be sure to get it in!
  • SAGE tests are next week on Monday and Wednesday.  Get good sleep!
  • Weekly Report due on Monday

4/20/16

What We Did: 

  • Devotional
  • C’Ya #110: beatrice and benedick were left alone in the church. there former animosity gone they avowed there love for each other. come ask me to do anything for you my love offered benedick. kill claudio beatrice succinctly replied
  • Finished notes on the 1900s-began WWI
  • Gala work time

What You Need to Do:

  • 20% Project?
  • Gala is May 11th!
  • Tartuffe test is due today
  • History test is coming. . .

WYWG: 4/18/16

What We Did: 

  • Bellwork: Are there stories from your family’s past (parents, grandparents, etc.) that you think explain or influence how your family does things?  How?
  • C’Ya #109: the sage friar suggested lets let it be known that hero died. lets mourn and lament. keep hero hidden in youre house and let noone know that she lives. to hero he said come die lady to live. have patience. your wedding day is but postponed
  • Gala work time
  • 1900s notes

What You Need to Do: 

  • Tartuffe test is due on Wednesday
  • How is your 20% project coming?
  • SAGE testing next week!

WYWG: 4/15/16

What We Did: 

  • Finished notes on late 19th century culture
  • Discussion and planning on the Gala

What You Need to Do: 

  • Weekly Report
  • Any late tests need to be completed ASAP!

WYWG: 4/13/16

What We Did: 

  • Devotional
  • C’Ya #108: he also felt that there was a heinous plot afoot against hero. when benedick agreed with him reminding all of don johns perfidy and claudios penchant to accept things at face value without investigation they lay a counter plot
    • TURN IN
  • Late 19th century Russian History notes
  • “Misery” by Chekhov

What You Need to Do: 

  • Turn in your bellwork/caught yas
  • Get copies of notes that you missed on both the history lesson and the story

WYWG: 4/11/16

What We Did: 

  • Bellwork: What makes you happy?
  • C’Ya #107: the friar whom was convinced of heros innocence prevailed upon leonato not to be so harsh with his daughter. the noble man of the cloth was certain that heros demeanor was that of an innocent who had unjustly been accused
  • Introduction to the Age of Liberalism – pick up the study guide!
  • Discussion on what makes you happy/what you need to be happy

What You Need to Do: 

  • Notes!
  • If you haven’t taken the history test from before the break yet – you have until Friday before it is considered late (unless arranged otherwise)
  • Summer Shakespeare class starts tomorrow!

3/30/16

What We Did: 

  • Devotional
  • C’Ya #016: don john don pedro and claudio left the church thinking between themselves that hero had passed away instead of fainting from the shock at being found out in her perfidy.
  • Review for test on Friday
  • Began reading “How Much Land Does a Man Need?”

What You Need to Do: 

  • Test on Friday!
  • Read the story – keep track of the characters, their relationship to money, and whether or not that relationship is portrayed in a positive or negative light.

WYWG: 3/28/16

What We Did: 

  • Bellwork: How should we (or the government) address economic inequality? (Especially consider the poor).
  • C’Ya #105: although hero protested her innocence none of the men accept the friar believed her. when her perturbed father wished to be dead rather than have such a dishonorable daughter hero swooned like she was dead and laid pale on the floor
  • Finished the notes on the Industrial Revolution
  • Began reading The Lottery Ticket

What You Need to Do: 

  • You have a history test on Friday.  Is your notecard ready?

WYWG: 3/25/16

What We Did: 

  • “If I had $700 Million” assignment
  • Industrial Revolution notes

What You Need to Do: 

  • Get notes from the discussion you missed
  • Last day for Pimpernel Assignments is today!