UPCOMING DUE DATES AND ASSIGNMENTS:
This week, we'll encounter our second ERWC Unit focused on potential discrimination in retail industries. Does discrimination pay off?
In addition to this new unit, we'll also wrap up A Raisin in the Sun with a quotations-style test.
Don't forget: Tuesday, 2/28 there will be a Movie & Study Sesh in Stoll's room after school:
And SLCs are this week, too? So much good stuff to look forward to!
Click below from more info on these upcoming due dates and assignments:
Unfortunately, I could not be with you today - but I will be back next week. Please don't forget to accomplish the following while I am away:
1) Complete Practice Test for Always Running (Before end of class)
2) Read/Annotate the ERWC Article: “Many Kids Called Unfit for Adult Trial…”
3) Read Chapter 7 of Always Running before next class (1/30, 1/31)
This week, we will be transported back to our home city of Los Angeles at a time when crime and punishment were more real than ever; to a time when barriers of language and bars of steel were common means of dividing society. We will sent back in time via the novel Always Running by Luis J. Rodriguez.
Here's what is on the agenda for this week: