Category Archives: English I

Quadmen’s First Digital Project

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Romeo and Juliet

http://web.suffieldacademy.org/~15jde/Romeo%20and%20JulietMy Digital Shakespeare Project I think I am a visual learner. I think this movie helped because it was mostly visual but also had some audio to listen to.

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Digital Shakespeare

Heres a link to my I-movie: R&J I think I am more of a auditory learner. Listening to my own voice in the I-movie multiple times helped me memorize the prologue. I personally think that the pictures did not help me … Continue reading

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Complements

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Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

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Predicate nominative or Predicate adjective

Jing video. Here’s my first Jing video. I noticed that theres a little error in the video which is missing a period at the end of the model sentence. I am sad because I did put a period at the … Continue reading

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The Hunger Games

The Hunger Games is a science fiction book by Suzanne Collins. The story is conveyed through the main character Katniss. Katniss lives in a district ruled by the Capitol. She is put in an arena along with many others from … Continue reading

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Looking for Alaska

I am currently going to boarding school, and John Green, the author of Looking for Alaska, is spot on with the social and academic situations. The novel is separated into “ Before” and “After” parts. In the “Before” stage of … Continue reading

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Extra Credit Opportunity for Writing a Paragraph After the School Play

Into the Woods is a great musical! The Broadway Musical archival staff in the Crowsnest has dug up a great clip to get you excited to watch your classmates perform. If you want to submit an extra credit paragraph after … Continue reading

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Why is it Important to Read? Here’s Another Great Reason from Will Smith

Greetings from the Crowsnest. [It is strange working here alone during exam week.] Here is a great introduction to our vacation break. Please read a book—any book—over the Thanksgiving week. There are many reasons why pleasure reading is good for … Continue reading

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