Ms. Garrett online
Entry #1 What kind of clause are you? Why? What kind of sentence are you? Why?
Entry #2 What Makes a Hero? What does it mean to be a hero? What is your own definition?
Entry #3 Take notes on other hero's journey vocabulary, take a picture, and put in notebook
Entry #4 Take a picture of the Hero's Journey diagram for Bill and Ted and put in Notebook
Entry #5 Movie Map of the hero's journey-pick a movie you like and map out the hero's journey in the film
Entry #1 What are your first impressions of high school? Of Franklin?
Entry #2 How is your poem going? Do you know what you will write about? How far have your gotten?
Entry #3 Make a list of times when you did something considered feminine or masculine.
Entry #4 Based on the dialogue that you see, write down the rules of using dialogue
Entry #5 Go to English page on the website and go to writing resources link at the top of the page. Find the link "How to Format a paper" for Ms. Garrett and write down three things you see there
Entry #6 A verb shows action. Make a list of strong verbs you like to use or use often.
Entry #7 What makes a book a "girl book" or a "boy book"?
Entry #8 What made you choose the book you chose? Are you happy with your choice? Why or why not?
Entry #9 What do you think of the main character so far? Who is important to them? What is important to them? What are they struggling with?
Entry #10 Title the chapters for your book. Start with the ones for today and work your way back. Get as far as you can.
Entry #11 Take a picture of your funnel activity and put it in your writing notebook
Entry #12 Take a picture of your pass a passage activity and put it in your writing notebook
Entry #13 Make a prediction about what you think will happen to the main character by the end of the novel. If finished, what will happen to the main character after the book is over. Explain your prediction.
Entry #14 Take a look at paper topics-Can you add to the list? Which one are you thinking of doing as of right now?
Entry #15: What is the theme of your novel? What makes you think that?