CONFUSED? Check this Checklist.

*Make sure you refer to the checklist for YOUR class (English 8 or Rhet-Comp)

RHET-COMP 102

☑Booktalk (due in Flipgrid – flipcode on BT sheet – or email Mrs. C for it again)
☑Memory Book Shorts (4 – in a folder in your submissions folder)
☑Preview what MG is (check posts from 3/18 & 19 & 23 + flipgrid talk thrus)
☑ ASSIGNMENT: FULL VERSION March 16th post, REDUCED VERSION April 6th post (be sure to look at Rhet-Comp)
☑MGIdeas (3 – 5 potential ideas w/ explanation – template in your Dropbox drafts) – target 3/24
☑MGDesign (narrow down to one idea & do some planning – template in Dropbox drafts) – target 3/29
☑MGMark#1 (start creating pieces of your MG – 6-8 pages) target 4/6
☑MGMark#2 (draft the rest of your MG 10 pages (reduced version – maintains your GCHS grade) or 13 – 17 pages (full version to keep a SWIC A or improve your grade) – target 4/20

Along the way, there were Quickwrites designed to help you search for topics (the 3 lists of questions) and later to help you start to generate some writing that you might use in your project (or at least some experimenting with genres to get you thinking).  If you skipped them, and you get stuck, try returning to your notebook and working a bit there. (QW #30 – 39)

ENGLISH 8

☑Booktalk (due in Flipgrid – flipcode on BT sheet – or email Mrs. C for it again)
☑Preview what MG is (check posts from 3/18 & 19 & 23 + flipgrid talk thrus)
☑ASSIGNMENT: REDUCED VERSION April 6th post (be sure to look at English 8)
☑MGIdeas (3 – 5 potential ideas w/ explanation – template in your Dropbox drafts) – target 3/25
☑MGDesign (narrow down to one idea & do some planning – template in Dropbox drafts) – target 4/1
☑MGMark#1 (start creating pieces of your MG – 4 – 6 pages) target 4/8
☑MGMark#2 (draft the rest of your MG – 7 pages (reduced version) – target 4/20

Along the way, there were Quickwrites designed to help you search for topics (the 3 lists of questions) and later to help you start to generate some writing that you might use in your project (or at least some experimenting with genres to get you thinking).  If you skipped them, and you get stuck, try returning to your notebook and working a bit there. (QW #17 – 26)

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