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If you have a computer and internet access, go to Google Classroom by logging into Google with your Ripley email address: firstnamelastname@ripley.k12.ok.us and password: student18.  Most of  you are already enrolled in English IV.  If you are not, ask to join a class and use this code:  rdct67u

If you do not have a computer or internet access, your assignments are listed below and can be picked up at school. You can let me know when you’ve completed the assignments by sending me an email with or without a photo of our completed work.For example, “I wrote five journal entries this week, and here’s a photo of my Reading Reflection.”

Assignments – April 13-17, 2020

  • Write two half-page journal entries this week over topics of your choice. 
  • After reading your library book for a minimum of two hours this week, write a brief summary and reflection of what you read.  This means just briefly explain the most important developments or changes that occurred in your book and tell what you thought about them. Title your paper “Reading Reflection” and date it.
  • Read the short story “All Summer in a Day” by Ray Bradbury.  Write a brief summary and a short paper reflecting on your personal opinion of the story.
  • Editing Worksheets:  Edit the worksheets just as we do in Daily Language every day.
  • Using Modifiers Correctly:  Read the top of each worksheet carefully before completing the exercises.

 

Assignments – April 6-10, 2020

  1. Write five half-page journal entries this week over topics of your choice. 
  2. After reading your library book for a minimum of two hours this week week, write a brief summary and reflection of what you read.  This means just briefly explain the most important developments or changes that occurred in your book and tell what you thought about them. Title your paper “Reading Reflection” and date it.
  3. Read the short story “The Lady or The Tiger?” by Frank Stockton.  Write a short summary of the story.  Then write a short paper reflecting on your personal opinion of the story and your answer to the question, “Who was behind the door, the lady or the tiger?”  Be sure to explain your answer to the question and use evidence from the story to support your answer.
  4. Editing Worksheets : Edit the worksheets just as we do in Daily Language every day.
  5. Spelling Review Worksheets:  Each worksheet has a reference page that explains the spelling rules reviewed on it.  Read the reference page and apply the rules when completing the worksheet.