Welcome to Ms. Hoffman's Class
I sure miss you, students! I am looking forward to the rest of the year full of learning, growth, and development- even in these unpredictable and trying times.
Here is a video to show you how much we miss you and are thinking about you during this time. We Seagulls Staff love you! https://youtu.be/3tJMaCoZrbAAbout Me: I graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelor of Arts in English, with a Primary Endorsement in English/Language Arts and a Secondary Endorsement in English Language Learning.
Students are writing their literary essays in response to the novel, Things Fall Apart.HOW DO I ACCESS THE MATERIALS FOR THE ESSAY?1. Go to one-note and access this section in your notebook: "AT-HOME LEARNING."2. Then go to this page: "4.22.20 (Day 3)"3. It will direct you what to do from there.4. Read over these important pages:
5. Go to CANVAS AND POST ANY QUESTIONS YOU MIGHT HAVE.6. Join every *zoom session you possibly can! These zoom sessions are an opportunity for you to ask questions about the essay :)*Zoom sessions are posted in your pages in the section called "At-Home Learning."Note: You may turn in your rough draft before the final essay is due if you would like teacher feedback.
- PROMPT & RUBRIC
- ESSAY TIMELINE DUE DATES
- THE WRITING PROCESS.
You must have your thesis statement and at least three body paragraphs complete in order to turn it in for feedback.Email me if this applies to you. You have up tp 48 hours before the essay is due to turn in your rough draft for feedback.****Important notice about late work: all late work is due no later than this Friday, April 24th in order to credit for any late assignments.Your priority right now should be to work on and finish your essay by the deadline posted on one-note.
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