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Andrew McAllister's Multimedia Blog

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Blog EntryBlog: Sunday, February 16, 2014

9th Grade Literature

 Students will study the makeup of Billy Beane from a psychological point of view. They will answer the question: Why did Billy Beane fail as a baseball player?


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Blog EntryBlog: Sunday, February 9, 2014

10th Grade Literature

 This week we will focus on the contributions of Dede Mirabal (who passed away earlier this month) to women rights activism and her role in text of "In The Time Of The Butterflies". 


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Blog EntryBlog: Sunday, February 9, 2014

Writers' Workshop

 Students are focusing on creating better paragraphs using multiple text models.


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Blog EntryBlog: Sunday, February 2, 2014

10th Grade Literature

 Students will focus on how the text of "In The Time of The Butterflies" revolves between each sister and tell the story from their perspective. They will discuss how different point of views contributed in making the text meaningful. 


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Blog EntryBlog: Sunday, February 2, 2014

9th Grade Literature

 Students will learn about Jackie Robinson and Shirley Povich in supplemental literature to the main text "Moneyball". 

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