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School will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday (January 29th & 30th). I will also be absent Thursday (January 31st) this week. Below are the eLearning assignments for each class. More information can be found on each class's Google Classroom page.
Students: Please go to your Google Classroom page to ensure you are meeting all expectations to complete these assignments! Email me at christliebk@isd846.org if you have questions. Class directions for Thursday will be provided to the substitute teacher and will also be posted on Google Classroom. Anticipate having work time and bring all necessary materials to class. 
Parents: Students have until Friday at 4pm to complete their assignments below unless otherwise noted. Some assignments below are continuations of previous lessons and past due assignments. Please email me at christliebk@breckenridge.k12.mn.us if you have questions.

**Update: School is also closed for Thursday, January 31st. I will be out of town for appointments and will try to respond to emails sporadically throughout the day.**


English 9:
1. Finish the video, "The Murder of Emmitt Till" on Youtube. Start the video at 30:00. Please finish your Cornell notes (including answering the driving question in the "Summary" section). Turn your notes in when you return to class on Thursday.
2. Finish your Chapters 1-6 Vocab.com for To Kill a Mockingbird. Send Mrs. Christlieb a screenshot (the square with 2 vertical lines by it) via Gmail by 4pm Wednesday or it will be counted late. 
3. Read your AR book for 20 minutes or more. Receive full credit if your parent/guardian emails Mrs. Christlieb ( ) to confirm how many pages you accomplished today (Weds) (due by 4pm Friday). 
4. **New!!** Work on your IXL & vocab assignments [Get these done!!]
**Don't forget about IXLs!!**


Poetry & Literature:
1. Make sure your Book Bag Book Report is ready to go on Friday. We will begin class with presentations.
2. Go to Google Classroom and find the assignment called, "What is poetry?" Follow the steps listed and turn in your responses by 4pm on Friday to receive full credit.
3. Go to Google Classroom and find the assignment called, "Acrostic poems." Follow the steps listed and turn in your own acrostic poem by 4pm on Friday to receive full credit. 
4. **New!!** Go to Google Classroom and find the assignment called, "Sinatra's Acrostic poem." Follow the steps listed and turn in your own acrostic poem by 4pm Monday to receive full credit. 


English 8:
1. Finish the assignment: Read 3 articles and write a good paragraph that explores the effects of poverty on teenagers. Turn in your MLA-formatted document to Google Classroom before 11:59pm on Tuesday or it's late!
2. Take at least ONE (1) implicit bias test. Start your test when you will have 15 minutes of time to finish it: it's a timed test that goes very quickly! The survey will ask ~13 demographics questions...just skip them until you get to your results. Once you get your results, please take this survey. Complete this by 4pm on Friday for credit.
3. Read chapter 4 (by Tuesday) and 5 (by Friday).
4. Fill in your vocab handout for chapters 3-6. I will check these on Friday.
5. Respond to Mrs. Christlieb's post on Google Classroom: What was your reaction to reading chapter 4? Respond by 4pm on Friday for credit. 
6. **New!!** Read your AR book for 20 minutes or more. Receive full credit if your parent/guardian emails Mrs. Christlieb ( ) to confirm how many pages you accomplished today (Thursday) (due by 4pm Monday).
**Don't forget about IXLs!!**


English 7:
1. Go to Google Classroom and complete the "Utopian Flag" assignment in Classwork. Make sure to follow the instructions in order. The instructions state that you must watch at least 5 minutes of the selected Youtube videos on symbolism in flags before deciding on the symbolism in your own flag. THEN can you begin to design and color in your own flag. Please turn in your 2-sided document by class time Friday. *More information on Google Classroom*
2. Read your AR book for 20 minutes or more. Receive full credit if your parent/guardian emails Mrs. Christlieb ( ) to confirm how many pages you accomplished today. (Due by 4pm Friday)
3. **New!!** Work on your Utopia Project from home! Students, make sure you contact your partners and communicate what needs to get done. 
**Don't forget about IXLs and your Utopia Project!!**


 

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