Complete Lesson 5. Email it by 10 pm on Wednesday, September 21.
Bring several 3×5 cards and several 4×6 cards to Gileskirk on Tuesday at the Moellers.
Be thinking about a topic for your Gileskirk research paper which is due on December 2.
Requirements for the Gileskirk Research Paper
9th grade 6 pages 5 sources 40 note cards
10th grade 8 pages 7 sources 50 note cards
November 4-note cards
November 18-rough draft
December 2-research paper
Persuasive essay on Alexander the Great’s legacy on world history is due Friday in class on March 11. Please bring two copies to class and follow the directions given previously.
Continue work on research paper.
Choose and complete one lesson (Lesson 5, Lesson 6, OR Lesson 10) and bring finished paper to class on Friday, March 11. Please bring two copies to class.
Think about research paper topic.
Descriptive Essay on any one character from a book from Literature Class is due in class on Friday, March 4. Bring two copies of your paper. Instructions given in class will be emailed to students.
Lesson 9 is due by midnight, March 2. Do not forget to label your heads of purpose in the last paragraph.
Descriptive Essay on any one character from a book from Literature Class is due in class on Friday, February 26.
Bring in your research paper idea.
Lesson 8 is due by midnight, February 24. Do not forget to label your heads of purpose in the last paragraph.
Follow the new syllabus. The next essay is due February 26. It is a descriptive essay on any one character from a book from Literature class. Please check your email for instructions on how to write this essay.
Lesson 7 is due by midnight, February 10.
Continue to “narrow down” your focus for research paper. Work on developing your note taking system. Five “note cards” are due Friday, February 12.