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Andrew McAllister's Multimedia Blog

August 2014

Blog EntryBlog: Sunday, August 24, 2014

10th Grade Literature

Students will be learning about the major figures involved in breaking Apartheid: Nelson Mandela, Steve Biko and Donald Woods. They will learn the sacrifices made by those noble men in making an united South Africa possible.

Posted by Andrew McAllister at 8:58 PM | 0 comments
Blog EntryBlog: Sunday, August 24, 2014

9th Grade Literature

Students will be creating a presentation on Literary Heroes from different time periods. They will also be focusing on grammar aspects of their writing in addition to beginning an intensive focus on unit vocabulary.

Posted by Andrew McAllister at 8:55 PM | 0 comments
Blog EntryBlog: Sunday, August 24, 2014

Writers' Workshop

Students will be learning how to support their writing topics with three major details that will translate into three well-written body paragraphs.

Posted by Andrew McAllister at 8:53 PM | 0 comments
Blog EntryBlog: Sunday, August 17, 2014

Writers' Workshop

Students will continue to learn grammar concepts in improving their writing. 

Posted by Andrew McAllister at 8:42 PM | 0 comments
Blog EntryBlog: Sunday, August 17, 2014

10th Grade Literature

Students will be learning about the history of racial struggles in America and South Africa. They will be learning about themes such as oppression and social injustice.

Posted by Andrew McAllister at 8:38 PM | 0 comments
Blog EntryBlog: Sunday, August 17, 2014

9th Grade Literature

Students will be exploring various types of poetry including but not limited to: diamond poems, bio poems, epitaphs, sonnets, haiku poems, couplets and free verse poems.

Posted by Andrew McAllister at 8:36 PM | 0 comments
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