Test #9 will be given on Tuesday, January 21st and will cover vocabulary lists 3, 4, 5, and 6 as well as context clues (which we have been studying last week and this week).
As a reminder, here is a quick outline of things that students are required to do to benefit thier learning.
Although I put up notes, this information does not go into depth. Students are required to take notes during class because this information will go into more depth. Also, if you don't have notes, you don't have anything you can study for the tests.
Students are required to participate in class. If students don't ask me questions, I conclude it's because they know the information. If students don't know the information, I conclude it's because they haven't studied the information. If students don't respond to my questions, I conclude that the students have been tuning out the lessons.
Students are required to spend time at home reviewing the information learned in class and to take measures to help clarify the information.
These are the same ideas that we went over at the beginning of the school year and that are represented in the syllabus.
The previous method of accessing the online textbook will no longer work. You can access the book by signing in to Launch Pad (I believe you can download it from the Richmond County School System site) and clicking on the Pearson App. It will take some additional clicking, but you will eventually get to your textbook.