• A copy of the summer assignment and rubric WILL BE posted on the MHS website, www.msd3.org/mhs. * Your summer assignment is due the first day of school. To ensure success, please follow the steps and directions below. 1. Read The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
AP English Language and Composition Summer Reading Instructions The mandatory summer reading for AP English Language and Composition is based on the 2003 book by Thomas C. Foster entitled How to Read Literature Like a Professor (ISBN: 006000942X). Students are responsible for securing a copy of the book on their own. It can easily be purchased online or at a local bookstore, but sharing amongst peers is encouraged. Students should read the book in its entirety, and then complete the assignment outlined below. It is imperative that both parts of the assignment be completed by each AP Lang student and turned in to Mrs. Rickard on the first day of school.
Name: Aliyah Cotton |Date: 10/14/14 | |Graded Assignment Taking a Test? Take a Breath Over the next few days, you will be developing a plan to prepare for an upcoming test. You will use the information you’ve learned about learning preferences, learning environments, effective work habits, memorization strategies, and coping with test anxiety. Check online for the due date of your assignment. Turn the assignment in by the due date to receive full credit.
Unit 6 Seminar Assignment FAITH N. HUNTER College Composition II CM220-38 Prof: Julie O'Connor-Colvin June 18, 2015 Unit 6 Seminar We went over the Unit 6 course expectations. Focusing on what to do this week. We talked about APA format and citation. We will talk about plagiarism. Unit 6 work that is due is the quiz, seminar & assignment.
Dimensional Fund Advisors – Case Study Rules: Timing: Due in class on Monday Nov 25th at the beginning of class (remember also to upload an electronic version on the Hub). Your answers should not exceed 5 pages (1.5 spacing), excluding graphs. You should make a print out of the solutions and hand them in at the beginning of class. Please do not forget to write the name of all members of your group. In addition, please prepare a Powerpoint presentation of your answers.
Name: Date: Graded Assignment Lab Report Answer the questions. When you are finished, submit this assignment to your teacher by the due date for full credit. Note: As this is the first lab, you will have an opportunity to revise and resubmit the assignment for a higher grade in the Drop and Bounce Revisited lab. (3 points) Score 1. Write the goal of the lab or the question you tried to answer.
Final Letter English 102 Fall 2010/Dr. St. Martin In a 1 page letter/memo which you will email to me, I would like you to reflect on what you have achieved this semester and offer any suggestions to me. Following are some questions to help you structure your response (you do not have to respond to all of them, just the ones that you find most meaningful): 1) Describe in detail how your writing process has changed since the beginning of the semester. Which aspect/part of the writing process (brainstorming, revision, peer review, etc.) is most important to your process and why?
“Perfect Mate” Comparison-Contrast Essay Assignment (50 points) Write a multi-paragraph comparison-contrast essay about the similarities and differences of your idea of the perfect mate and your parent/guardian’s idea of a perfect mate for you. Additional information about creating a comparison-contrast essay can be found in your textbook on pages 248-250. The handwritten rough draft of the comparison-contrast essay assignment is due at the beginning of class on Tuesday, April 10, and the final typed draft of the comparison-contrast essay is due on Tuesday, April 17. Student questionnaires, parent questionnaires, rough drafts, and peer evaluation forms will also be turned in with the final paper. (Remember, the rough drafts should demonstrate revision and editing.)
With myself being left-hand dominant, I plan to teach myself how to write right-handed by the end of this semester; starting in October I plan to exercise the task of writing with my non-dominant hand every day until December, and hope that I can prove whether this could be a theory or just simply a myth; In accordance to find out how the brains two hemispheres react, when I learn an involuntary task, such as writing with my non-dominant hand to become ambidextrous. My case study will be to sit down every day consecutively and write an excerpt from an article, book, or play of some sort; not too long but somewhat lengthy so I can test my memorization skills which I will explain later. I will write the excerpt first with my right hand (my non-dominant hand) and record the length of time it takes to finish writing, the quality of the hand writing, how much of the excerpt I memorized just by writing, and my emotions during the whole process; then repeat the process with my left hand (so I have a consistent component to compare), in the end it I will
Summer Reading Assignment Name: Suna Cheng Senior English -Brave New World By carefully completing this assignment over the summer, which you need to bring to class on the first day of school, you will be prepared to discuss the story in the fall and to write an in-class essay using your novel as the basis for your response. Key Characters: Name the three (3) most important characters in your novel, describe each character using two (2) adjectives and provide two (2) concrete details (quotations and page numbers) to support your choices. |Name |Adjectives |Concrete Details |Page Number | | |Emotive |“’I say…’ he began; but the sentence ended prematurely in a squeal. The |1. | | | |Savage had seized him by the collar, lifted him clear over the chair and,|Pg.