Homework Assigned By: Craig Squires
December 9, 2018
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-1(218)
NOTE: The grade 8 English test scheduled for Monday will be pushed back to later this week. We will make that determination in class on Monday. Would like more time for review as I'm sure the class would as well.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-2(214)
NOTE: The grade 8 English test scheduled for Monday will be pushed back to later this week. We will make that determination in class on Monday. Would like more time for review as I'm sure the class would as well.
December 4, 2018
Homeroom
Assigned to Class: 8-1(218)
Each year, MDJH participates in the 'Adopt a Senior' at Christmas program. Each homeroom is given a list of wish items for one senior. Our HR list includes: i) baby shampoo, ii)baby body wash iii) polident. Some of the lists are quite small while others more costly. We ask each student to bring in a donation. Students can volunteer to bring in an item on the list or they can bring in a monetary donation: $1 or $2 or whatever they wish to donate. All funds from all homerooms are put together to purchase the items on the list for all our seniors. Once the items are purchased, student council members match up the items with the correct senior and wrap or put in gift bags to be dropped off to St. Patrick's Mercy Home. We ask that donations be made by Thursday, December 6th.

Thanks you.


Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-1(218)
Quiz:Thursday, December 6th on novel.
Test: Monday, December 10th on novel.
We just completed the novel, Catch Me Once, Catch Me Twice (CMO,CMT) by Janet McNaughton. We will have a content quiz on Thursday morning. It comprises of 30 - 40 multiple choice. Students were given a hard copy sample today in class and should utilize it for study purposes. Students are free to take the novel home if they wish. We read it aloud in class and did an in-depth critique. Students should go to Google Classroom for documents that will prepare them for both the quiz and test. Review will be done on Wednesday and Thursday after students complete the quiz.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-2(214)
Quiz:Thursday, December 6th on novel.
Test: Monday, December 10th on novel.
We just completed the novel, Catch Me Once, Catch Me Twice (CMO,CMT) by Janet McNaughton. We will have a content quiz on Thursday morning. It comprises of 30 - 40 multiple choice. Students were given a hard copy sample today in class and should utilize it for study purposes. Students are free to take the novel home if they wish. We read it aloud in class and did an in-depth critique. Students should go to Google Classroom for documents that will prepare them for both the quiz and test. Review will be done on Wednesday and Thursday after students complete the quiz.
November 28, 2018
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-6(222)
The novel 'After the War' will conclude tomorrow, Thursday followed by a review for a quiz on Friday, Nov. 30th (35 multiple choice). Further review will take place on Monday and Tuesday next week with a TEST on Wednesday, December 4th. The test will require students to write an essay (5 paragraphs) using references from the novel to support one's answer.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3(206)
The novel 'After the War' will conclude tomorrow, Thursday followed by a review for a quiz on Friday, Nov. 30th (35 multiple choice). Further review will take place on Monday and Tuesday next week with a TEST on Wednesday, December 4th. The test will require students to write an essay (5 paragraphs) using references from the novel to support one's answer.
November 26, 2018
November 17, 2018
Homeroom
Assigned to Class: 8-1(218)
On Nov. 20, we will be observing our WE Are Silent global campaign supporting education in Sierra Leone - $1000 goal to outfit a classroom.

Students are asked to bring in a donation of $2 on this day and we will be observing 20 mins of silence during period 3 (11:00-11:21).
Religion
Assigned to Class: 9-1(125)
Students must complete both assignments concerning social justice ethics and morals. The first assignment has been on on Google Classroom for awhile - students selected a World/Canadian leader or a global public figure and follow the leading questions on the document in Google Class. Assignment to be done in Google slides. Second assignment is related to the movie, 'The Blind Side'. See Google Classroom for the assignment. Monday, Nov. 19th due.
November 6, 2018
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-1(218)
When students and parents/guardians check Power School you may see a mark of zero (0%) for an assignments(s). This practice is quite common at MDJH. The zero acts as a placeholder until any outstanding work is handed into the subject teacher. The reason: students and parents/guardians do not see a pseudo mark for the student. If zeros are not put in place for work/assignments not completed or handed in, the Power School mark will not reflect a student's performance. Subsequently, marks will tend to be inflated. Hence, zeros will remain in place until outstanding work is handed in and corrected. By the end of term I any work not submitted will result in a mark of zero permanently.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-2(214)
When students and parents/guardians check Power School you may see a mark of zero (0%) for an assignments(s). This practice is quite common at MDJH. The zero acts as a placeholder until any outstanding work is handed into the subject teacher. The reason: students and parents/guardians do not see a pseudo mark for the student. If zeros are not put in place for work/assignments not completed or handed in, the Power School mark will not reflect a student's performance. Subsequently, marks will tend to be inflated. Hence, zeros will remain in place until outstanding work is handed in and corrected. By the end of term I any work not submitted will result in a mark of zero permanently.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3(206)
When students and parents/guardians check Power School you may see a mark of zero (0%) for an assignments(s). This practice is quite common at MDJH. The zero acts as a placeholder until any outstanding work is handed into the subject teacher. The reason: students and parents/guardians do not see a pseudo mark for the student. If zeros are not put in place for work/assignments not completed or handed in, the Power School mark will not reflect a student's performance. Subsequently, marks will tend to be inflated. Hence, zeros will remain in place until outstanding work is handed in and corrected. By the end of term I any work not submitted will result in a mark of zero permanently.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-6(222)
When students and parents/guardians check Power School you may see a mark of zero (0%) for an assignments(s). This practice is quite common at MDJH. The zero acts as a placeholder until any outstanding work is handed into the subject teacher. The reason: students and parents/guardians do not see a pseudo mark for the student. If zeros are not put in place for work/assignments not completed or handed in, the Power School mark will not reflect a student's performance. Subsequently, marks will tend to be inflated. Hence, zeros will remain in place until outstanding work is handed in and corrected. By the end of term I any work not submitted will result in a mark of zero permanently.
Homeroom
Assigned to Class: 8-1(218)
November 20th period 3 will see MDJH students participate in the WE are silent campaign. We are pledging to go silent to raise money for children who go unheard and whose rights are not upheld. Proceeds go towards their education through WE villages. A donation of a loonie or toonie is appreciated. Jar in classroom.
Thanks,
October 18, 2018
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-1(218)
English Test Wednesday, October 24th (Wednesday). A complete detailed study guide has been posted in Google Classroom with applicable attachments. Aside form all the electronic posts, students will also receive a hard copy of a practice test Friday/Monday and we will review in class. Strongly advise to go to Google Classroom for complete details.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-2(214)
English Test Wednesday, October 24th (Wednesday). A complete detailed study guide has been posted in Google Classroom with applicable attachments. Aside form all the electronic posts, students will also receive a hard copy of a practice test Friday/Monday and we will review in class. Strongly advise to go to Google Classroom for complete details.
October 17, 2018
October 15, 2018
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3(207)
Reminder to 9-3 students of their Essay Test on Thursday period 4. A 'practice' test has been posted on Google Classroom along with a detailed study guide - read it please. Other attachments posted: 'Literary Terms' that you will need now and throughout the year. We have and will be working with a 'hard copy' of the practice test Monday and Tuesday in class.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-6(222)
Reminder to 9-6 students of their Essay Test on Thursday period 2. A 'practice' test has been posted on Google Classroom along with a detailed study guide - read it please. Other attachments posted: 'Literary Terms' that you will need now and throughout the year. We have and will be working with a 'hard copy' of the practice test Monday and Tuesday in class.
October 3, 2018
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-1(218)
Students have been reading their independent novels since school started. They have been given 4-5 periods in school to read and the expectation is to finish it at home it needed. As of today novels are 'supposed' to be finished and students are to individually prepare a 'Story Map' on their respective novel. Some will do it hard copy while many will choose to do it electronically through Google Slides. Oral presentations of these 'Story Maps' commence tomorrow (Thursday) and will continue on consecutive school days until all students have presented. Please have your son/daughter visit the Google Classroom page for complete details and the rubric for marking.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-3(209)
Students have been reading their independent novels since school started. They have been given 4-5 periods in school to read and the expectation is to finish it at home it needed. As of today novels are 'supposed' to be finished and students are to individually prepare a 'Story Map' on their respective novel. Some will do it hard copy while many will choose to do it electronically through Google Slides. Oral presentations of these 'Story Maps' commence tomorrow (Thursday) and will continue on consecutive school days until all students have presented. Please have your son/daughter visit the Google Classroom page for complete details and the rubric for marking.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-1(125)
Students have been reading their independent novels since school started. They have been given 4-5 periods in school to read and the expectation is to finish it at home it needed. As of today novels are 'supposed' to be finished and students are to individually prepare a 'Book Talk' on their respective novels. Marks will significantly come from students orally presenting their novel in class following a specific outline. Oral presentations of these 'Book Talks' commence tomorrow (Thursday) and will continue on consecutive school days until all students have presented. Please have your son/daughter visit the Google Classroom page for complete details and the rubric for marking.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-6(222)
Students have been reading their independent novels since school started. They have been given 4-5 periods in school to read and the expectation is to finish it at home it needed. As of today novels are 'supposed' to be finished and students are to individually prepare a 'Book Talk' on their respective novels. Marks will significantly come from students orally presenting their novel in class following a specific outline. Oral presentations of these 'Book Talks' commence tomorrow (Thursday) and will continue on consecutive school days until all students have presented. Please have your son/daughter visit the Google Classroom page for complete details and the rubric for marking.
Homeroom
Assigned to Class: 8-1(218)
Thanksgiving Day Drive at MDJH this week. Homeroom 8-1 is not faring too well (enough food to last through recess perhaps). We need non-perishable food donations please. Bring them to homeroom all this week. Thanks,
Mr. S.
September 28, 2018
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-1(218)
Students had their last period today reading their independent novels. Starting Thursday (Oct. 4th) they need to have their 'Story Map' completed either on a half sheet of bistleboard or electronically in Google Slides. Some students will need to finish reading their respective novels at home. Google Classroom has all the details and marking scheme. Students have to be ready to present on Thursday (Oct. 4th) and subsequent English classes until the class has completed all presentations.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-2(214)
Students had their last period today reading their independent novels. Starting Thursday (Oct. 4th) they need to have their 'Story Map' completed either on a half sheet of bistleboard or electronically in Google Slides. Some students will need to finish reading their respective novels at home. Google Classroom has all the details and marking scheme. Students have to be ready to present on Thursday (Oct. 4th) and subsequent English classes until the class has completed all presentations.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3(207)
Students had their last period today reading their independent novels. Starting Thursday (Oct. 4th) they need to have their 'Book Talk' presentations ready to go. Hence, some students will need to finish reading their respective novels at home. Google Classroom has all the details and marking scheme. Students have to be ready to present on Thursday (Oct. 4th) and subsequent English classes until the class has completed all presentations.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-6(222)
Students had their last period today reading their independent novels. Starting Thursday (Oct. 4th) they need to have their 'Book Talk' presentations ready to go. Hence, some students will need to finish reading their respective novels at home. Google Classroom has all the details and marking scheme. Students have to be ready to present on Thursday (Oct. 4th) and subsequent English classes until the class has completed all presentations.
September 26, 2018
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-1(218)
a) Journal Entry # 1 = Due
b) Visual Assignment p. 1 in Literacy 8 text (worksheet)
c) Child Slavery Protester Murdered (worksheet)
d) Two Islands worksheet and sketch
e) Global Citizen Poem and visual (sketch/miis) 'I Am...'
Many of you have these items handed in for correction. If you don't please get it in soon.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-2(214)
a) Journal Entry # 1 = Due
b) Visual Assignment p. 1 in Literacy 8 text (worksheet)
c) Child Slavery Protester Murdered (worksheet)
d) Two Islands worksheet and sketch
e) Global Citizen Poem and visual (sketch/miis) 'I Am...'
Many of you have these items handed in for correction. If you don't please get it in soon.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-6(222)
Assigned work to date that needs submission. Many of the students have this work passed into the teacher. If you don't get it in please.
a) Journal Entry # 1
b) what is Courage? (worksheet)
c) William's Windmill (worksheet/business letter w/persuasion)
d) 'Lather and Nothing Else' (worksheet).
All assigned work is posted on Google Classroom in detail with all pertinent documents. Independent novel - one last reading Friday this week on the 28th(bring your novel to class). Students will need to prepare their 'Book Talk' for mid next week.See Google Classroom for details. Hard copy of sheet also handed out to students.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3(207)
Assigned work to date that needs submission. Many of the students have this work passed into the teacher. If you don't get it in please.
a) Journal Entry # 1
b) what is Courage? (worksheet)
c) William's Windmill (worksheet/business letter w/persuasion)
d) 'Lather and Nothing Else' (worksheet).
All assigned work is posted on Google Classroom in detail with all pertinent documents. Independent novel - one last reading Friday this week on the 28th (bring your novel to class). Students will need to prepare their 'Book Talk' for mid next week.See Google Classroom for details. Hard copy of sheet also handed out to students.
June 11, 2018
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-2(216)
See Google Classroom for details on the English exam and a list of terms, a study guide, and a sample of an older exam. Exam date: Wednesday, June 20th 8:15 - 10:15 AM. The English exam will be comprised of three (3) sections:

Section A: Writing (Demand)
Section B: Informational Text and/or Poetry
Section C: Viewing (Media)

Please be advised that students must remain in the examination room for the entire two (2) hours. Hence, bring a novel or some reading material in the event you finish earlier (no electronic devices will be allowed at student's desks). Should student elect not to remain in school after their scheduled exam please have a parent email the homeroom teacher indicating such. Same for the week following.

9 - 2 will write English exam in room 217 (Mills, Donna) [unless student gets accommodations then an IRT teacher will advise].
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-6(222)
See Google Classroom for details on the English exam and a list of terms, a study guide, and a sample of an older exam. Exam date: Wednesday, June 20th 8:15 - 10:15 AM. The English exam will be comprised of three (3) sections:

Section A: Writing (Demand)
Section B: Informational Text and/or Poetry
Section C: Viewing (Media)

Please be advised that students must remain in the examination room for the entire two (2) hours. Hence, bring a novel or some reading material in the event you finish earlier (no electronic devices will be allowed at student's desks). Should student elect not to remain in school after their scheduled exam please have a parent email the homeroom teacher indicating such. Same for the week following.

9 - 6 will write English exam in room 222 (Sauve)
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-2(214)
See Google Classroom for details on the English exam and a list of terms, a study guide, and a sample of an older exam. Exam date: Thursday, June 21st 8:15 - 10:15 AM. The English exam will be comprised of three (3) sections:
Section A: Writing (Demand)
Section B: Informational Text and/or Poetry
Section C: Viewing (Media)

Class 8 - 2 will write in room 214 (Connolly) [unless student receives accommodations then an IRT teacher will advise].


Please be advised that students must remain in the examination room for the entire two (2) hours. Hence, bring a novel or some reading material in the event you finish earlier (no electronic devices will be allowed at student's desks). Should student elect not to remain in school after their scheduled exam please have a parent email the homeroom teacher indicating such. Same for the week following.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-4(218)
See Google Classroom for details on the English exam and a list of terms, a study guide, and a sample of an older exam. Exam date: Thursday, June 21st 8:15 - 10:15 AM. The English exam will be comprised of three (3) sections:
Section A: Writing (Demand)
Section B: Informational Text and/or Poetry
Section C: Viewing (Media)

Class 8 - 4 will write in room 220 (Quann) [unless student receives accommodations then an IRT teacher will advise].t


Please be advised that students must remain in the examination room for the entire two (2) hours. Hence, bring a novel or some reading material in the event you finish earlier (no electronic devices will be allowed at student's desks). Should student elect not to remain in school after their scheduled exam please have a parent email the homeroom teacher indicating such. Same for the week following.


June 1, 2018
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-2(216)
Poetry Quiz on Monday. One poem with questions that will ask students to identify figurative language (simile, metaphor, personification, alliteration, onomatopoeia), imagery, and theme. Students should refer to Google Classroom for a list of terms.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-6(222)
Poetry Quiz on Monday. One poem with questions that will ask students to identify figurative language (simile, metaphor, personification, alliteration, onomatopoeia), imagery, and theme. Students should refer to Google Classroom for a list of terms.
April 26, 2018
Homeroom Announcements
Assigned to Class: 8-4(218)
On Friday, April 27th, 2018 all students from MDJH will be participating in the International WE Walk for Water Day - a symbolic walk for our global initiative as a WE school. Students will walk around Kenny's Pond in the PM with their homeroom teacher. We ask that students make a $2.00 pledge/donation to help support clean water initiatives and education in Ecuador. Thank you for your support.
Homeroom Announcements
Assigned to Class: 9-6(222)
On Friday, April 27th, 2018 all students from MDJH will be participating in the International WE Walk for Water Day - a symbolic walk for our global initiative as a WE school. 9-6 students will walk around Kenny's Pond in the PM with their English teacher. We ask that students make a $2.00 pledge/donation to help support clean water initiatives and education in Ecuador. Thank you for your support.
April 17, 2018
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-2(216)
All English assigned work is on Google Classroom. 1. Romeo and Juliet- 'Wanted poster' now due.
2. Romeo and Juliet- Essay on theme of haste (quick/fast) or fate (the stars) in the play. Minimum of four paragraphs with examples to support your answer. See the guidelines for this assignment on Google Classroom. Essay due on Thursday, April 19th. Submit electronically if possible.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-6(222)
All English assigned work is on Google Classroom. 1. Romeo and Juliet- 'Wanted poster' now due.
2. Romeo and Juliet- Essay on theme of haste (quick/fast) or fate (the stars) in the play. Minimum of four paragraphs with examples to support your answer. See the guidelines for this assignment on Google Classroom. Essay due on Thursday, April 19th. Submit electronically if possible.
March 26, 2018
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-6(222)
Quiz on Shakespeare's tragic play Romeo and Juliet Act III tomorrow, Tuesday, March 27th. Use: sparknotes.com as a source of review.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-2(216)
Quiz on Shakespeare's tragic play Romeo and Juliet Act III tomorrow, Tuesday, March 27th. Use: sparknotes.com as a source of review.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-2(214)
Class is working on a major assignment with the novel, 'The Outsiders'. Please refer to the Google Classroom page for complete details. It is due Thursday. March 29th. We are using some class time along with the Chromebooks to get it done. This assignment should see students doing some work at home as well.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-4(218)
Class is working on a major assignment with the novel, 'The Outsiders'. Please refer to the Google Classroom page for complete details. It is due Thursday. March 29th. We are using some class time along with the Chromebooks to get it done. This assignment should see students doing some work at home as well.
March 13, 2018
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-2(216)
Romeo and Juliet open book quiz tomorrow, Wednesday, March 14th. Students will be given 20 minutes to answer 20 multiple choice from Act I.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-6(222)
Romeo and Juliet open book quiz tomorrow, Wednesday, March 14th. Students will be given 20 minutes to answer 20 multiple choice from Act I.
February 7, 2018
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-2(216)
English Test Friday (Feb. 9th) that students have been a aware of for two weeks. Short story unit. Students will receive an unseen short story that they will read and do 5 selected response questions (multiple choice) and one constructed response question (long answer). We have been doing many short stories the past 4 weeks. Students are urged to visit Google Classroom for review. Independent Novel # 2 Collage assignment due on Monday, Feb. 12. See Google Classroom for details on requirements.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-6(222)
English Test Friday (Feb. 9th) that students have been a aware of for two weeks. Short story unit. Students will receive an unseen short story that they will read and do 5 selected response questions (multiple choice) and one constructed response question (long answer). We have been doing many short stories the past 4 weeks. Students are urged to visit Google Classroom for review. Independent Novel # 2 Collage assignment due on Monday, Feb. 12. See Google Classroom for details on requirements.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-2(214)
English Test Monday (Feb. 12th) that students have been aware for two weeks. Topic: Short Story unit. Students will receive an unseen short story that they will read and do 5 selected response questions (multiple choice) and one constructed response question (long answer). We have been doing short stories the past 4 weeks. Students are urged to visit Google Classroom for review.
Students who do not have their WW I letters handed in please do so by Monday. Independent novel theme spread assignment will be extended until Thursday, Feb. 15th.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-4(218)
English Test Monday (Feb. 12th) that students have been aware for two weeks. Topic: Short Story unit. Students will receive an unseen short story that they will read and do 5 selected response questions (multiple choice) and one constructed response question (long answer). We have been doing short stories the past 4 weeks. Students are urged to visit Google Classroom for review.
Students who do not have their WW I letters handed in please do so by Monday. Independent novel theme spread assignment will be extended until Thursday, Feb. 15th.
January 12, 2018
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-2(214)
Students have been assigned to complete questions from the two short stories done in class this week - 'The Crazy Mixed Up School Teacher' and 'The Sniper'. Google classroom has all the information and attached documents for completion. Please have your child go to Google Classroom and complete assigned work. Due: Monday, January 15th.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-4(218)
Students have been assigned to complete questions from the two short stories done in class this week - 'The Crazy Mixed Up School Teacher' and 'The Sniper'. Google classroom has all the information and attached documents for completion. Please have your child go to Google Classroom and complete assigned work. Due: Monday, January 15th.
December 5, 2017
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-2(216)
THURSDAY TEST: On the novel, 'After the War' (ATW). This will be a selected response test (objective style) with fill-ins, multiple choice, true/false and identifying quotes. Google classroom is littered with resources for review purposes plus the chapter questions/vocab you have been doing in class for the past two weeks.
FRIDAY TEST: Constructed response (long answer/essay) on the same novel, 'ATW'. Students will have to write a 5 paragraph essay on 1 of 3 questions given to students through Google Classroom and hard copy. We have reviewed expectations and how to write an ideal answer. See resources.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-6(222)
THURSDAY TEST: On the novel, 'After the War' (ATW). This will be a selected response test (objective style) with fill-ins, multiple choice, true/false and identifying quotes. Google classroom is littered with resources for review purposes plus the chapter questions/vocab you have been doing in class for the past two weeks.
FRIDAY TEST: Constructed response (long answer/essay) on the same novel, 'ATW'. Students will have to write a 5 paragraph essay on 1 of 3 questions given to students through Google Classroom and hard copy. We have reviewed expectations and how to write an ideal answer. See resources.
October 24, 2017
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-2(214)
English Test on Friday in period 3. The class will be going to the Fluvarium at 12:15 PM. Hence, I have advised students that they can come to my class (218) at recess to get an early start on the test. Students will get an unseen piece of prose followed by: i) Selected Repose questions (multiple choice) and ii) Constructed Response questions (short/long answer). Students are urged to go to Google Classroom for review materials and a sample test from 2015.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-4(218)
English Test on Friday in period 1. The class will be going to the Fluvarium at 12:15 PM. Hence, I have advised students that they can come to my class (218) at recess to finish up should they require more time. Students will get an unseen piece of prose followed by: i) Selected Repose questions (multiple choice) and ii) Constructed Response questions (short/long answer). Students are urged to go to Google Classroom for review materials and a sample test from 2015
October 13, 2017
Homeroom
Assigned to Class: 8-4(218)
Reminder to parents/guardians,
1. Picture retake day is on November 1st in the AM. Should a student wish to have a retake they MUST return their previous picture package taken weeks ago.
2. There will be a Professional Development (PD) day for teachers on Thursday, October 19th. Hence, students will be off that day. When they return on Friday it will be Day 4 in the schedule.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-4(218)
English items that have been assigned and are now due. They can be submitted hard copy or electronically through Google Classroom:
1. Letter to the Prime Minister on a Global Issue. This has to be a business letter following the template from p. 372 in the Language Arts Survival Guide we referenced in class.
2. Short Story 'Two Islands' - students assigned two questions to be done in their English exercise books and a third question that required a poster with a message or epitaph.
3. Child Slavery Protester Murdered - we read this story and answered questions on Iqbal - the young victim.
4. Independent novels have been read by 'most' students followed by a poster (hard copy or electronic). Students have been presenting these posters in class. Google Classroom has all the pertinent details and handouts associated with this assignment.
5. Students had to view and observe the picture on page 1 in their Literacy 8 text and answer questions on a sheet given to them. The theme was global citizenship.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-2(214)
English items that have been assigned and are now due. They can be submitted hard copy or electronically through Google Classroom:
1. Letter to the Prime Minister on a Global Issue. This has to be a business letter following the template from p. 372 in the Language Arts Survival Guide we referenced in class.
2. Short Story 'Two Islands' - students assigned two questions to be done in their English exercise books and a third question that required a poster with a message or epitaph.
3. Child Slavery Protester Murdered - we read this story and answered questions on Iqbal - the young victim.
4. Independent novels have been read by 'most' students followed by a poster (hard copy or electronic). Students have been presenting these posters in class. Google Classroom has all the pertinent details and handouts associated with this assignment.
5. Students had to view and observe the picture on page 1 in their Literacy 8 text and answer questions on a sheet given to them. The theme was global citizenship.
October 12, 2017
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-2(216)
Just a few brief notes to the class re: English
1. Test on Wednesday, October 18th. Students will be given an 'unseen' informational text/essay or short story. Once read they have to do 5 selected response questions (multiple choice) and 1 or 2 constructed response.
questions (require writing up to half a page or more). Students have been advised that one of these questions will require them to make a text to text / text to self / or text to world response. Students should review items on Google Classroom and be familiar with the stories we did on the theme of 'Courage' in the Literacy 9 text. They will certainly aid in making text to text connections.

2. We are doing persuasive essays and students need to be prepared to do most of this assignment electronically both in school and at home. Students should have their topic by now and be prepared to do research when we get lab time. Due to lab demand students can expect to do some of the work at home.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-6(222)
Just a few brief notes to the class re: English
1. Test on Wednesday, October 18th. Students will be given an 'unseen' informational text/essay or short story. Once read they have to do 5 selected response questions (multiple choice) and 1 or 2 constructed response questions (require writing up to half a page or more). Students have been advised that one of these questions will require them to make a text to text / text to self / or text to world response. Students should review items on Google Classroom and be familiar with the stories we did on the theme of 'Courage' in the Literacy 9 text. They will certainly aid in making text to text connections.

2. We are doing persuasive essays and students need to be prepared to do most of this assignment electronically both in school and at home. Students should have their topic by now and be prepared to do research when we get lab time. Due to lab demand students can expect to do some of the work at home.
September 12, 2017
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-2(214)
Welcome to Mr. Squires' English Language Arts (ELA) Class

The grade 8 ELA course will require effort, organization, and homework. September outcomes:
1. Students should have a novel by now. We started 'reading Fridays' last week and will continue for the month of September and first week of October. Students need to bring a novel to class on Fridays and read. Many students will read outside this time period and that is urged. At the end of this 4 week period students will have to design a story map and present in class.
2. Global Citizen unit in the textbook. We will do a series of stories/essays/poems on this theme followed by a poster activity and then a test.
Please note that once students have their Computer Access Acceptance Sheets turned into the HR teacher they will get access to school computers. All students will be expected to use Google Classroom this year. This is where the teacher will post all assignments, resource material and other pertinent materials.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-4(218)
Welcome to Mr. Squires' English Language Arts (ELA) Class

The grade 8 ELA course will require effort, organization, and homework. September outcomes:
1. Students should have a novel by now. We started 'reading Fridays' last week and will continue for the month of September and first week of October. Students need to bring a novel to class on Fridays and read. Many students will read outside this time period and that is urged. At the end of this 4 week period students will have to design a story map and present in class.
2. Global Citizen unit in the textbook. We will do a series of stories/essays/poems on this theme followed by a poster activity and then a test.
Please note that once students have their Computer Access Acceptance Sheets turned into the HR teacher they will get access to school computers. All students will be expected to use Google Classroom this year. This is where the teacher will post all assignments, resource material and other pertinent materials.
April 2, 2017
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-1(205)
Romeo and Juliet Test - Selected Response (Objective Style Questions) on Tuesday, April 4th.
The Constructed Response Question (Long Answer) is now slated for Thursday, April 6th. This is a change from Wednesday. Students should go to Google Classroom for review sheets.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3(207)
Romeo and Juliet Test - Selected Response (Objective Style Questions) on Tuesday, April 4th.
The Constructed Response Question (Long Answer) is now slated for Thursday, April 6th. This is a change from Wednesday. Students should go to Google Classroom for review sheets.
January 31, 2017
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-1(205)
Narrative Essay: Due Wednesday, Feb. 8th. Students have been given hard copies of required sheets. These documents are also on their google classroom account. Students are to select one of nine pictures and write a 'story' (narrative) based on the picture. Much imagination / creativity to be utilized in this assignment. Students have been given literary licence to expand the perimeters of the picture to write a story that interests them. Three key components for marking:
1. Students have been assigned an editing partner. Once students have their outline completed they need to get their editing partner to make adds and changes (documented advice). Once completed, the student must then do their 'draft/rough copy'.
2. Once rough draft is complete the editing partner has to use the assigned sheet and make further adds and changes. Proof of editing must be submitted for marks. Hence, both the outline and the rough draft editing sheet must be handed into the teacher.
3. Final copy of each individual student's narrative.

To see the scoring rubric - scroll to the last page of the document.

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Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3(207)
Narrative Essay: Due Wednesday, Feb. 8th. Students have been given hard copies of required sheets. These documents are also on their google classroom account. Students are to select one of nine pictures and write a 'story' (narrative) based on the picture. Much imagination / creativity to be utilized in this assignment. Students have been given literary licence to expand the perimeters of the picture to write a story that interests them. Three key components for marking:
1. Students have been assigned an editing partner. Once students have their outline completed they need to get their editing partner to make adds and changes (documented advice). Once completed, the student must then do their 'draft/rough copy'.
2. Once rough draft is complete the editing partner has to use the assigned sheet and make further adds and changes. Proof of editing must be submitted for marks. Hence, both the outline and the rough draft editing sheet must be handed into the teacher.
3. Final copy of each individual student's narrative.

To see the scoring rubric - scroll to the last page of the document.
January 23, 2017
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-1(205)
Students are to complete and submit to the teacher the sheet on the movie, The Laramie Project. This will be marked and is due no later than Thursday, January 24th. If you do not have the hard copy that was distributed in class, it can be found on Google Classroom.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3(207)
Students are to complete and submit to the teacher the sheet on the movie, The Laramie Project. This will be marked and is due no later than Thursday, January 24th. If you do not have the hard copy that was distributed in class, it can be found on Google Classroom.
January 16, 2017
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-1(205)
English test on Wednesday, January 18th on the unit 'Short Story'. All students have known about the test for the past 10 days. We have been doing multiple short stories in class and all assigned work is posted on Google Classroom. Student have been advised to use this as many teachers throughout NLESD are using Google Classroom. We did a sample test today in class and will review again tomorrow. Students should also review the literary terms associated with short stories on Google Classroom.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3(207)
English test on Wednesday, January 18th on the unit 'Short Story'. All students have known about the test for the past 10 days. We have been doing multiple short stories in class and all assigned work is posted on Google Classroom. Student have been advised to use this as many teachers throughout NLESD are using Google Classroom. We did a sample test today in class and will review again tomorrow. Students should also review the literary terms associated with short stories on Google Classroom.
December 1, 2016
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-1(205)
Novel Study: we will finish up this unit by Friday. The final items required for marking is the: After the War Booklet. Students to complete the chapter questions and the three pages on vocab, place names, and people. Please ensure it is submitted no later than Monday. Any other material not completed must be done and submitted. Check power school.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3(207)
Novel Study: we will finish up this unit by Friday. The final items required for marking is the: After the War Booklet. Students to complete the chapter questions and the three pages on vocab, place names, and people. Please ensure it is submitted no later than Monday. Any other material not completed must be done and submitted. Check power school.
November 17, 2016
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-1(205)
We are doing the novel 'After the War'. It is being read aloud in class and students are given time to do the booklet in class. This will be marked and used for review purposes. Students will have to do some of the work in the booklet at home as the deadline to complete the novel is looming. Students have been given a hard copy of the booklet. It can also be found on Google Classroom (students have their usernames and passwords). Test is slated for November 29th. It will be an essay. Please see google classroom or go to craigsquires.weebly.com for more info. We will continue to have pop quizzes on the chapters covered in class. They are objective style questions which normally take 10 minutes to complete.Please ensure your son/daughter is completing the booklet (worth marks) and studying in preparation for the test on Nov. 29th. Four questions are part of the review. Students will get one of them for their test. Much writing expected with examples from the novel to support one's answer.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3(207)
We are doing the novel 'After the War'. It is being read aloud in class and students are given time to do the booklet in class. This will be marked and used for review purposes. Students will have to do some of the work in the booklet at home as the deadline to complete the novel is looming. Students have been given a hard copy of the booklet. It can also be found on Google Classroom (students have their usernames and passwords). Test is slated for November 29th. It will be an essay. Please see google classroom or go to craigsquires.weebly.com for more info. We will continue to have pop quizzes on the chapters covered in class. They are objective style questions which normally take 10 minutes to complete.Please ensure your son/daughter is completing the booklet (worth marks) and studying in preparation for the test on Nov. 29th. Four questions are part of the review. Students will get one of them for their test. Much writing expected with examples from the novel to support one's answer.
October 18, 2016
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3(207)
Essay test tomorrow, Wednesday, October 19th. All students have been given an in depth review, have a copy of a previous test for practice, and can access the teacher's website (craigsquires.weebly.com) for a thorough list of resources to study. Students are to write the test in blue or black ink. Students are expected to 'write', make a connection, and know the characteristics of an essay.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-1(205)
Essay test tomorrow, Wednesday, October 19th. All students have been given an in depth review, have a copy of a previous test for practice, and can access the teacher's website (craigsquires.weebly.com) for a thorough list of resources to study. Students are to write the test in blue or black ink. Students are expected to 'write', make a connection, and know the characteristics of an essay.
September 15, 2016
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3(207)
Students are to have a novel for class tomorrow, as it is reading Friday. This will continue for the next few Fridays. Students are advised that the independent novel they are reading will be evaluated in the form of a 'Book Talk' in early October. Further details will be forthcoming
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-1(205)
Students are to have a novel for class tomorrow, as it is reading Friday. This will continue for the next few Fridays. Students are advised that the independent novel they are reading will be evaluated in the form of a 'Book Talk' in early October. Further details will be forthcoming
February 25, 2013
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-2(214)
The grade 8-2 and 8-3 classes (Squires)will have a test on Wednesday, February 27th. The test is on the unit in the text we just finished titled - Chasing Dreams and No Limits. We did a number of stories from both these sections. Students will have a handout provided to them for review purposes. It is important that they review it along with the terms for the test.They should review some of the stoires we did in the event they have to make a text to text example. This will allow them to compare and contrast the unseen story to some they have previously read.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-3(209)
The grade 8-2 and 8-3 classes (Squires)will have a test on Wednesday, February 27th. The test is on the unit in the text we just finished titled - Chasing Dreams and No Limits. We did a number of stories from both these sections. Students will have a handout provided to them for review purposes. It is important that they review it along with the terms for the test.They should review some of the stoires we did in the event they have to make a text to text example. This will allow them to compare and contrast the unseen story to some they have previously read.
January 31, 2013
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-4(124)
Students were given the opportunity to get an independent novel from the library last week. Some students were unable to take a novel out due to a previous novel taken out and not returned. Hence, all students are responsible to have their independent novels by now and should be reading such. Fridays have been designated reading day. If a student has an overdue novel(s) they should bring in the novel, return it, and get a new one. Students will have the chance to start/continue reading in class tomorrow. Attached is the assignment and the rubric for the marking scheme. Students are not obligated to get a novel from the library, however, they should have the novel in class for Friday and in the event they have some free time in their respective classes.

We are also reading stories/essays pertaining to the topic 'informational text'. A handout containing important notes about 'informational text' has been given to students. They need to review it. We are doing questions in class on the stories we cover. Those not completing questons need to finish it for homework. To date we have completed three stories in the text Literacy (orange and purple in colour):
1) “Over the Edge” Page 6
2) “Small Inspiration” page 19
3) “William’s Windmill” Pages 15–18

Students wishing to find out more about informational text can certainly google it and browse through the information to develop a better understanding.

We will be starting persausive essays next week. This topic will be two-fold in nature: i) research into topic and final product ii) essay will be the student's speech for oral presentations in class. More info and handouts to follow.

Important dates:

February 8th Independent novel read and assignment handed into teacher electronically (sheet given to students). Those students who sign up on the internet for a glogster or prezi can sign on via teacher computer so teacher can mark it accordingly.

February 13th Test on 'informational text'. It will contain an unseen essay with subsequent questions to follow. Similar to what we are currently doing in class.

Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-5(109B)
Students were given the opportunity to get an independent novel from the library last week. Some students were unable to take a novel out due to a previous novel taken out and not returned. Hence, all students are responsible to have their independent novels by now and should be reading such. Fridays have been designated reading day. If a student has an overdue novel(s) they should bring in the novel, return it, and get a new one. Students will have the chance to start/continue reading in class tomorrow. Attached is the assignment and the rubric for the marking scheme. Students are not obligated to get a novel from the library, however, they should have the novel in class for Friday and in the event they have some free time in their respective classes.

We are also reading stories/essays pertaining to the topic 'informational text'. A handout containing important notes about 'informational text' has been given to students. They need to review it. We are doing questions in class on the stories we cover. Those not completing questons need to finish it for homework. To date we have completed three stories in the text Literacy (orange and purple in colour):
1) “Over the Edge” Page 6
2) “Small Inspiration” page 19
3) “William’s Windmill” Pages 15–18

Students wishing to find out more about informational text can certainly google it and browse through the information to develop a better understanding.

We will be starting persausive essays next week. This topic will be two-fold in nature: i) research into topic and final product ii) essay will be the student's speech for oral presentations in class. More info and handouts to follow.

Important dates:

February 8th Independent novel read and assignment handed into teacher electronically (sheet given to students). Those students who sign up on the internet for a glogster or prezi can sign on via teacher computer so teacher can mark it accordingly.

February 13th Test on 'informational text'. It will contain an unseen essay with subsequent questions to follow. Similar to what we are currently doing in class.

December 13, 2012
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-2(214)
Test on Wednesday, December 19th on the novel Catch Me Once, Catch Me Twice by Janet McNaughton. It is a local novel with plenty of historical fiction. I have emailed students and those parents who I have emails a number of attachments that will aid in studying for the test. Test comprises 20 multiple choice and a multi-paragraph question. The novel has been read in class and students are working on questions following each chapter. These questions are due on Wednesday, the date of the test.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-3(209)
Test on Wednesday, December 19th on the novel Catch Me Once, Catch Me Twice by Janet McNaughton. It is a local novel with plenty of historical fiction. I have emailed students and those parents who I have emails a number of attachments that will aid in studying for the test. Test comprises 20 multiple choice and a multi-paragraph question. The novel has been read in class and students are working on questions following each chapter. These questions are due on Wednesday, the date of the test.
October 4, 2012
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-5(109B)
Short Story test on Oct. 10th, 2012. It will comprise an unseen short story followed by multiple choice and short answer questions. Students should know the short story terms that have been reviewed in class and subsequently emailed to you. Homework - Two journal entries must be finished by now - 'Not Ever Again' diary entry and a compare and contrast of 'Lamb to the Slaughter' and the Dick Nolan song - 'Aunt Martha's Sheep'. Short story questions need to be finished by tomorrow on 'Lather But Nothing Else'. Handout given in class (7 questions). Independent novel - students should be well into reading their novels by now. They have been given a handout with explanation on what is required of them for evaluation purposes. It is a Book Talk whereby students will have to present their novels to the class using the handout as a template.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-2(214)
Questions from the selection 'Two Islands' need to be completed. Students were given a handout with questions which should be stapled into their exercise. The 5 paragraph essay assigned a while back should be submitted to me by now. I will have feedback returned no later than Tuesday. Students who have already received feedback are asked to submit their final copies for marking purposes. When students receive their initial draft essay back they are to make the necessary adds and changes to their essay and resubmit it for final grade.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-4(124)
Short Story test on Oct. 10th, 2012. It will comprise an unseen short story followed by multiple choice and short answer questions. Students should know the short story terms that have been reviewed in class and subsequently emailed to you.Homework - Two journal entries must be finished by now - 'Not Ever Again' diary entry and a compare and contrast of 'Lamb to the Slaughter' and the Dick Nolan song - 'Aunt Martha's Sheep'. Short story questions need to be finished by tomorrow on 'Lather But Nothing Else'. Handout given in class (7 questions). Independent novel - students should be well into reading their novels by now. They have been given a handout with explanation on what is required of them for evaluation purposes. It is a Book Talk whereby students will have to present their novels to the class using the handout as a template.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 8-3(209)
Questions from the selection 'Two Islands' need to be completed. Students were given a handout with questions which should be stapled into their exercise. The 5 paragraph essay assigned a while back should be submitted to me by now. I will have feedback returned no later than Tuesday. Students who have already received feedback are asked to submit their final copies for marking purposes. When students receive their initial draft essay back they are to make the necessary adds and changes to their essay and resubmit it for final grade.
January 6, 2012
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3
Test on Short Story Tuesday, January 10th. All wrok associated with this unit to be submitted for correcting - i) Lamb to the Slaughter (questions & Journal)
ii) Once Upon a Time
iii) The Interlopers
iv) The Blanket
v) Sir Gawain and the Loathly Lady

Ensure you also have the items from the novelunit in your folders - i) quiz with questions
ii) obituary
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-5
Test on Short Story Tuesday, January 10th. All wrok associated with this unit to be submitted for correcting - i) Lamb to the Slaughter (questions & Journal)
ii) Once Upon a Time
iii) The Interlopers
iv) The Blanket
v) Sir Gawain and the Loathly Lady

Ensure you also have the items from the novelunit in your folders - i) quiz with questions
ii) obituary
November 8, 2011
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3
Independent novels assigned in late September/early October are now being presented in class. It is titled 'Book Talk'. Students should have their sheet handed into the teacher and be prepared to present orally in class. Students are expected to present for 5 minutes and be prepared to field questions from both the teacher and classmates. Research papers are in the process of being completed. Much info has been emailed to student accounts in the form of attachments. Class time permitted for students to work on their rough draft. These drafts are now due and will be distributed back to the students by Thursday so they can have the long weekend to start their final draft of the research paper. Students need to have at least three references - one of which must be a primary source. They have also been given the website (via email and whiteboard) to correctly reference their sources. Final drafts due on Wednesday, November 16th. Required minimum is 500 words typed (double spaced). Students to follow APA format for title page as well - again see one's email.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-5
Independent novels assigned in late September/early October are now being presented in class. It is titled 'Book Talk'. Students should have their sheet handed into the teacher and be prepared to present orally in class. Students are expected to present for 5 minutes and be prepared to field questions from both the teacher and classmates. Research papers are in the process of being completed. Much info has been emailed to student accounts in the form of attachments. Class time permitted for students to work on their rough draft. These drafts are now due and will be distributed back to the students by Thursday so they can have the long weekend to start their final draft of the research paper. Students need to have at least three references - one of which must be a primary source. They have also been given the website (via email and whiteboard) to correctly reference their sources. Final drafts due on Wednesday, November 16th. Required minimum is 500 words typed (double spaced). Students to follow APA format for title page as well - again see one's email.
October 4, 2011
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3
Students to complete all questions and journal entries pertaining to the novel 'After the War' and hand it into me no later than Friday, October 7th. Class time will be provided on Wednesday and Thursday for students to complete such and ask questions for verification. If you have the work completed and passed into me you may read your independent novel during class time. There will be a test on the novel next week. Students are reminded that if they wish to have feedback on their questions in preparation for the test they must get material handed in by Friday.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-5
Students to complete all questions and journal entries pertaining to the novel 'After the War' and hand it into me no later than Friday, October 7th. Class time will be provided on Wednesday and Thursday for students to complete such and ask questions for verification. If you have the work completed and passed into me you may read your independent novel during class time. There will be a test on the novel next week. Students are reminded that if they wish to have feedback on their questions in preparation for the test they must get material handed in by Friday.
September 30, 2011
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3
Due on Monday, October 3rd.
•Chapters 1 – 10 questions (inclusive)
•Journal Entries 1 – 4 (inclusive)
•Independent Novel – read (remember deadline for November 4th). There are 12 questions on your handout that you must complete in your literature exercise book.(5 marks lost for every day late).
Students have been given ample time in class to do both chapter questions and journals. Hence, no excuses come Monday.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-5
Due on Monday, October 3rd.
•Chapters 1 – 10 questions (inclusive)
•Journal Entries 1 – 4 (inclusive)
•Independent Novel – read (remember deadline for November 4th). There are 12 questions on your handout that you must complete in your literature exercise book.(5 marks lost for every day late).
Students have been given ample time in class to do both chapter questions and journals. Hence, no excuses come Monday.
September 23, 2011
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3
As of today students should have handed into me for correction three (3) journal entries in their journal exercise and their answers to questions in chapter 1,2, and 3 (inclusive)from the novel, 'After the War'. All material will be returned on Monday and students will be assigned more work. Students are reminded that there are deadlines to turn work into the teacher. However, if work is turned in late it will still be accepted. Hence, better late than never. However, expect loss of marks for lateness - 5 marks for every day late.
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-5
As of today students should have handed into me for correction three (3) journal entries in their journal exercise and their answers to questions in chapter 1,2, and 3 (inclusive)from the novel, 'After the War'. All material will be returned on Monday and students will be assigned more work. Students are reminded that there are deadlines to turn work into the teacher. However, if work is turned in late it will still be accepted. Hence, better late than never. However, expect loss of marks for lateness - 5 marks for every day late.
September 12, 2011
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-3
To date the novel, 'After the War,' has been our focus. Students are asked to have two exercise books titled - i)English Journal ii) English Literature. All journal entries to appear in journal exercise. All other English material to be placed in the 'Literature' exercise unless otherwise stated. The teacher will not accept loose leaf. Those students who wish to type journal entries may do so but are required to three hole punch sheet(s) and place them in a binder labelled 'English 9-3 Journal'
Language Arts
Assigned to Class: 9-5
To date the novel, 'After the War,' has been our focus. Students are asked to have two exercise books titled - i)English Journal ii) English Literature. All journal entries to appear in journal exercise. All other English material to be placed in the 'Literature' exercise unless otherwise stated. The teacher will not accept loose leaf. Those students who wish to type journal entries may do so but are required to three hole punch sheet(s) and place them in a binder labelled 'English 9-5 Journal'

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