Chalupsky English 8CL-Period Four Assignments

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What is LOVE? What makes a successful Marriage? in Google Classroom

What is LOVE? What makes a successful Marriage?

Mr. G is performing a wedding ceremony for his friends! He wants you to give your advice to the couple regarding love and marriage.

There are three easy questions on the Google Form. Take a second to give your advice! :)
(You will need to use your school email to access the form)

https://forms.gle/35QrTAk3pEy8iD7WA
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Tuesday, February 23 5:26 PM

Past Assignments

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IDENTITY Slide  in Google Classroom

IDENTITY Slide

Upload your slide here! (The directions are in your THURSDAY Presentation)
My slide sample is below.
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Saturday, January 23 3:27 PM

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My Name, My Identity CLASSROOM SLIDE DECK in Google Classroom

My Name, My Identity CLASSROOM SLIDE DECK

Created by Jean Chalupsky: Saturday, January 23 3:26 PM

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Poems and Song for 22 January 2021 Class in Google Classroom

Poems and Song for 22 January 2021 Class

Created by Jean Chalupsky: Saturday, January 23 3:27 PM

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CommonLit in Google Classroom

CommonLit

"What Slaves are Taught to Think of the North" by Harriet Ann Jacobs
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Thursday, January 21 12:36 PM

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FINAL DRAFT of Douglass, Jacobs, Washington CER in Google Classroom

FINAL DRAFT of Douglass, Jacobs, Washington CER

Please upload ONLY your final draft (EDITED AND REVISED)
MLA heading in the upper left hand corner:
Your name
Ms. Chalupsky
English 8 CL
20 January 2021
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Tuesday, January 19 11:58 AM

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Douglass/Jacobs/Washington CER (structure attached) in Google Classroom

Douglass/Jacobs/Washington CER (structure attached)

Prompt: The system of slavery and slaveowners did not respect the family bonds between slaves and often attempted to destroy these family bonds.

Using details from the slave memoirs of Douglass, Jacobds, and Washington, argue whether slavery did or did not destroy family bonds between slaves.
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Tuesday, January 19 11:58 AM

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Listenwise.com

Listenwise.com "What Students Understand About Slavery"

Created by Jean Chalupsky: Thursday, January 14 2:26 AM

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Equality in Chapter 10: Google Document from 12 January 2021 Class  in Google Classroom

Equality in Chapter 10: Google Document from 12 January 2021 Class

Directions on Slide 8 of Tuesday's Presentation! (If you were not in class...or were not participating in class today...this is going to be difficult!)
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Tuesday, January 12 5:06 PM

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Listenwise.com  in Google Classroom

Listenwise.com

"Understanding Systemic Racism"
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Tuesday, January 12 5:06 PM

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Questions for Chapter 10 Frederick Douglass' Narrative in Google Classroom

Questions for Chapter 10 Frederick Douglass' Narrative

Created by Jean Chalupsky: Wednesday, January 6 2:55 PM

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Friday 8 January 2021 ASSIGNMENTS TO BE COMPLETED During Class in Google Classroom

Friday 8 January 2021 ASSIGNMENTS TO BE COMPLETED During Class

The attached pdf will give you instructions on what to do during class on Friday January 8th (while I am in an all-day Englsih Meeting!

Some of the tasks are due before the end of your class period so make sure you stay focused :)
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Friday, January 8 1:10 PM

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Why do you think the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave is important to read? (please use 3-5 well-written sentences in your answer) in Google Classroom

Why do you think the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave is important to read? (please use 3-5 well-written sentences in your answer)

1. Answer this Question AFTER you finish reading Chapter 11
2. Make sure your answer is written WELL: correct spelling, grammar, and full ideas.
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Friday, January 8 1:10 PM

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NRI: Passive and Active Part 2 in Google Classroom

NRI: Passive and Active Part 2

This should take you between 5 and 10 minutes to complete! (There will be a quick quiz on the Passive and Active Voice on Wednesday)
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Tuesday, January 5 11:19 AM

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Claim regarding Frederick Douglass' beliefs about the Effects of Religion on the Slave in Google Classroom

Claim regarding Frederick Douglass' beliefs about the Effects of Religion on the Slave

Directions:
1. Reread paragraphs 2–5 in Chapter 9.
2. Highlight (if you are using an online document) or use sticky notes (in your anthology) two moments where
Douglass describes people (slaves, slave owners, or others) practicing religion.
3. For each moment, make an annotation that notes whether Douglass’s description shows that this practice
improves the lives of the slaves or does not improve the lives of slaves.
4. Answer the following question in the CER Outline attached.
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Tuesday, January 5 11:19 AM

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NoRedInk.com Practice: Passive and Active Voice Part 1 in Google Classroom

NoRedInk.com Practice: Passive and Active Voice Part 1

Created by Jean Chalupsky: Tuesday, January 5 11:19 AM

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Quote that matters to you from Chapter 6 in Google Classroom

Quote that matters to you from Chapter 6

1. Choose a quote from Chapter 6
2. Write it PROPERLY below
3. Cite the paragraph number in parenthesis
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Saturday, December 19 9:14 AM

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What is a quote from Chapter 5 that matters to you? in Google Classroom

What is a quote from Chapter 5 that matters to you?

1.Chose a quote from Chapter 5
2.Type it below CORRECTLY
3.Cite the paragraph number in parentheses
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Saturday, December 19 9:15 AM

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Mr. Gore murdered Demby (paragraph 4),  Mr. Thomas Lanman killed two slaves (paragraph 6), and Mrs. Hicks killed a fifteen-year-old girl (paragraph 7) yet there were no legal consequences. Why? in Google Classroom

Mr. Gore murdered Demby (paragraph 4), Mr. Thomas Lanman killed two slaves (paragraph 6), and Mrs. Hicks killed a fifteen-year-old girl (paragraph 7) yet there were no legal consequences. Why?

1. Read Chapter 4 "Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave" by Frederick Douglass.
2. Answer the above question with 3-6 sentences using evidence from the text.
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Thursday, December 17 7:13 PM

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"Little Things are Big" Constructed Response Analysis

1. Open up your responses in CommonLit.org
2. Paste your answer to the last question in the space provided.
3. Highlight the sections of CER as Ms. C models for you during class.
4. Answer the last question
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Thursday, December 17 7:13 PM

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MEMOIR

MEMOIR "FINAL DRAFT"

Created by Jean Chalupsky: Saturday, December 19 9:14 AM

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Write Like a Pro in Google Classroom

Write Like a Pro

Created by Jean Chalupsky: Thursday, December 17 7:13 PM

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CommonLit.org

CommonLit.org "Little Things are Big" by Jose Colon

Created by Jean Chalupsky: Tuesday, December 15 5:25 PM

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ROUGH DRAFT of MEMOIR in Google Classroom

ROUGH DRAFT of MEMOIR


1. Rough Draft (MLA FORMAT STILL APPLIES)
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Friday, December 11 6:44 PM

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When asked by others if their master treated them well and fed them well, why would the slaves lie and say that they ARE treated/fed well?  in Google Classroom

When asked by others if their master treated them well and fed them well, why would the slaves lie and say that they ARE treated/fed well?

AFTER reading CHAPTER 3, please write 2-5 sentences explaining why.
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Tuesday, December 15 5:25 PM

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Structure of a Memoir in Google Classroom

Structure of a Memoir

1. You may use this Memoir Outline to design your structure.
2. Make a Google Doc with a proper MLA heading in the UPPER LEFT-HAND CORNER
3. Create your Memoir Structure
4. Upload it here!
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Wednesday, December 9 5:52 PM

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CommonLit.org  Pre-Assessment in Google Classroom

CommonLit.org Pre-Assessment

Please complete the Pre-Assessment that we started in class on Friday December 4th.
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Sunday, December 6 7:27 PM

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Week Four Quick Write in Google Classroom

Week Four Quick Write

(Prompt One: Judged Prompt Two: Single Story)
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Saturday, December 5 1:54 PM

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Prom Podcast in Google Classroom

Prom Podcast

1. Watch the "Prom" Podcast video during class time on The Moth By Hasan Minhaj
2. While watching the video, answer questions 1-10 on the attached Google Doc
3. After the video and reflection, answer remaining questions 11-16 completely on the same Google Doc
4. Be prepared to share and discuss your answers as a class! (Make connections to Dahl's "Going Solo")
5. Turn in completed Podcast Questions no later than Friday December 4th
*See the Podcast Video attached for review and/or if you had difficulty with your audio during Zoom class
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Tuesday, December 1 10:08 AM

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Attach YOUR personal list of Memoir/Personal Anecdote IDEAS in Google Classroom

Attach YOUR personal list of Memoir/Personal Anecdote IDEAS

Created by Jean Chalupsky: Thursday, December 3 10:22 AM

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NoRedInk Practice in Google Classroom

NoRedInk Practice


Week Three NRI Practice
Choosing the Appropriate Conjunctions, Building Compound and Complex Sentences
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Thursday, November 19 9:14 AM

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Book Review Assignment  in Google Classroom

Book Review Assignment

This is the trajectory of our Book Review:
1. Watch the Book Review Videos the 8th grade teachers made for you (WEEK ONE)
2. Read NYTimes Book Reviews to get ideas of how to write a review (read at least 2 not annotated in the teacher videos) (WEEK ONE and WEEK TWO)
3. Plan your Book Review: make bullets and notes of what you want to include. Use the Book Review Directions to guide your planning and structure (outline/chart/etc.) (WEEK ONE and TWO)
4. You MUST make a structure. You must have a detailed and specific plan for what will be in each of your paragraphs BEFORE you start writing. (WEEK TWO)
5. Write your Book Review! (WEEK THREE)
6. Run your draft through Grammarly.com
7. READ YOUR DRAFT ALOUD.
8. Turn in your Book Review Final on FRIDAY 20 November 2020
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Friday, November 13 1:44 PM

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Week Three Quick Writes in Google Classroom

Week Three Quick Writes

For you!
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Monday, November 16 10:25 AM

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Dar es Salaam in Google Classroom

Dar es Salaam

1. Read/listen to this chapter from Going Solo
2. Complete the Chart
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Tuesday, November 17 5:24 PM

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Going Solo Chapter One Quiz in Google Classroom

Going Solo Chapter One Quiz

Created by Jean Chalupsky: Tuesday, November 17 5:24 PM

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NoRedInk.com QUIZ in Google Classroom

NoRedInk.com QUIZ

NRI Quiz:
Formatting Titles and Informal & Formal Language
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Saturday, November 14 12:09 AM

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NoRedInk.com in Google Classroom

NoRedInk.com

NRI Practice:
Formatting Titles Practice & Formal and Informal Language

Created by Jean Chalupsky: Saturday, November 14 12:09 AM

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Book Review Structure in Google Classroom

Book Review Structure

1. Design your structure.
2. Upload it here.
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Friday, November 13 1:45 PM

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Formal vs. Informal Writing Chart in Google Classroom

Formal vs. Informal Writing Chart

1. Use this form to take notes during my presentation.
2. Retitle it to include your name.
3. Turn it in when complete.
4. Refer back to the document when you are writing your Book Review!
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Friday, November 13 1:45 PM

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Sample Book Review Structures (Mr. Hurl and Mrs. ParrP in Google Classroom

Sample Book Review Structures (Mr. Hurl and Mrs. ParrP

Here are two more Book Review Directions for you to use to design your structure.
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Friday, November 13 1:45 PM

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NoRedInk! in Google Classroom

NoRedInk!

Work on “8th Grade Grammar Diagnostic.”
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Friday, November 13 1:45 PM

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The Book Thief (Book Review) in Google Classroom

The Book Thief (Book Review)

You will find the video annotation in the Book Review Videos assignment.
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Friday, November 13 1:45 PM

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Eleanor and Park, Yes No Maybe So, The Voting Booth Book Reviews in Google Classroom

Eleanor and Park, Yes No Maybe So, The Voting Booth Book Reviews

These are the copies of the NYTimes Book Reviews.
Watch the movies and learn about different styles of review writing.
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Friday, November 13 1:45 PM

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Parents Google Form Chat  in Google Classroom

Parents Google Form Chat

1. Talk to your parents about your English Syllabus...discuss it together
2. Chat about the Citizenship Rubric and the Academic Rubric
3. Have your parents fill out the Google Form
4. Turn it in :)
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Friday, November 13 1:46 PM

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Okay for Now Book Review in Google Classroom

Okay for Now Book Review

Open...and annotate!

(I have attached our class annotations for you to use to START)
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Friday, November 13 1:45 PM

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Virtual Instruction Ice Breaker Activity in Google Classroom

Virtual Instruction Ice Breaker Activity

1. Pick ONE slide from below to edit (do not edit anyone else's slide!)
2. In the center of the slide put your name & the name you prefer to be called.
3. Fill in the text Boxes.
4. Decorate the slide with pictures, change the font, etc. Make it your own!
Created by Jean Chalupsky: Saturday, November 14 12:09 AM