IMPORTANT ANNOUNCMENT: WEDNESDAY SCHEDULE
Okay Seniors, we're ready to start thinking about what we do with all this knowledge we've been gathering about social class and inequality. To that end, this Wednesday's schedule the entire Senior Class will be meeting in the Commons for 3rd and 4th period only. My room will be open for quiet work time from 9:00-10:15 if you want to come in and read, work on your essay, or finish your inequality notes.
Jess Adams here for 30 minutes to calm your fears (seriously, calm down!) and talk about transcripts.
Starter 20- Writing Goals Reflection
Write one paragraph about how your social class essay narrative shows growth towards at least one of your writing goals. Make sure that you use specific examples from the essay to prove your point. In other words, quote the thing! This will be used to determine your grade for the final category of the rubric, so be honest.
Inequality Data and Notes
You must use at least THREE sources (though I suggest you look at more!). Honors folks, one of your sources must be an academic journal article (check the links in the article from Scientific American, or find one yourself using google scholar or the library database). For each of your required sources, you must have notes that include:
Remember, we're working towards answering the following big questions on Thursday:
Remember, you need to be to chapter 10 in Hillbilly Elegy, and chapter 16 in Evicted by tomorrow!
Lesson plans posted daily. Come here to see what you missed, find instructions, etc.