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This course is a study of literature and its elements. In addition to the elements, the course allows students to connect their own lives and experiences with those of the character(s) that they read. The theme for the year is the individual and society.

Often you will be required to respond to discussion forums, complete journal entries, and upload completed writing assignments. Every task will have a time period in which you must complete the task before it becomes late. You can check back for grades and comments on assignments once I have graded them. All of the assignments will be posted for each week. Simply go to the week, see your assignments, and get to work.

Types of assignments and requirements

  • Discussion Forum: In a discussion forum you will be asked to respond to a posted question. You must write at least one well-constructed paragraph for each question. In addition, you need to reply to two of your class members' posts with at least a one paragraph response for each member you choose. When you respond to other student's postings, you must make comments on the content of their response (I agree or disagree and why). You will not receive full credit for saying something like "Your response was really great, good job!" You can compliment your classmates, but that addition to your reply will not be graded. Usually you will be given a day or two to complete these forums.
  • Journal Entries: In a journal entry, you will be asked to respond to a posted question with a personal response. These entries will most likely ask you to relate the content of the course to your personal life. The great thing about this is it is confidential. The teacher is the only one that can read the response. For each journal you are required to write at least three well-constructed paragraphs that completely answer the question. Usually you will be given a day or two to complete these assignments.
  • Uploading Completed Assignments: What is a completed assignment? A completed assignment is an essay or longer project that you are asked complete over a longer period of time. You simply complete the assignment in a word document and then upload it to this site. Usually you will be given a week or weekend to complete these assignments.

Disclaimer: Assignments and requirements are subject to change. If a change occurs that change will be addressed within the particular assignment.

Writing Tips and Tricks Resource Block

Instruction for

Period 1: Course Name: Lieto English 1
Class ID: 3483373
Password: eagles

Period 3: Course Name: Lieto English 3
Class ID: 3483378
Password: eagles

Period 4: Course Name Lieto English 4
Class ID: 3483380
Password: eagles

Click on the Green words for presentations from class. This way you can always refer back to class notes at home!

The paragraph - A how to presentation on how to write a paragraph.

Integrating quotations into your writing- This is how to insert quotations into sentences fluidly.

Essay Structure for outline.

Essay Structure Presentation.

Midterm Review

Midterm Review Sheet


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Lord of the Flies

by William Golding

What happens to a society that does not have rules or a governing body?


Reading Schedule

Homework Reading

Wednesday 12/15 Chapter 1

Thursday 12/16 Chapter 2

Friday 12/17 Chapter 3 and 4

Monday 12/20 Chapter 5

Tuesday 12/21 Chapter 6 and 7

Wednesday 12/22 Chapter 8

Thursday 12/23-1/2 Chapters 9, 10, 11, and 12

Every Chapter must be annotated and you will have a study guide to complete as well.

Study Guide

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