Contemporary Literature


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WEEK FIFTEEN--November 13-17, 2017

Monday 11/13

Agenda:

  • REMEMBER--we will read for Personal Choice on Tues/Wed of this week.
  • Discussion of The Stranger Part II, especially chapters 3-5
  • 6th PERIOD I NEED YOUR BOOKS! :)

HOMEWORK:

  1. Prep Work (meaning thoughtful, time-evident written preparation) for Socratic Seminar is "Ticket in the Door" on Thurs 11/16--Fri 11/17 WORTH 25 POINTS
  2. Socratic Seminar on Thurs 11/16--Fri 11/17 WORTH 100 POINTS. If you are ABSENT, an alternative essay assignment will be available on Mon 11/27 and DUE by Fri 12/1 @ 11:59 pm via turnitin.com.
  3. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 3 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Monday, December 4th by 3 pm. Reading day this week is Tuesday/Wednesday--be ready!


Tuesday 11/14--Wednesday 11/15

Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

  1. Prep Work (meaning thoughtful, time-evident written preparation) for Socratic Seminar is "Ticket in the Door" on Thurs 11/16--Fri 11/17 WORTH 25 POINTS
  2. Socratic Seminar on Thurs 11/16--Fri 11/17 WORTH 100 POINTS. If you are ABSENT, an alternative essay assignment will be available on Mon 11/27 and DUE by Fri 12/1 @ 11:59 pm via turnitin.com.
  3. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 1 more week in class to read, and the essay will be due on Monday, December 4th by 3 pm. Reading day this week is today--be ready!


Thursday 11/16--Friday 11/17

Agenda:

  • Check for "Ticket in the Door"--worth 25 points
  • 5th period: Clarify re. Meursault's hero's journey (especially Maman's role @ end)
  • Socratic Seminar--worth 100 points

HOMEWORK:

  1. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 1 more week in class to read, and the essay will be due on Monday, December 4th by 3 pm. Reading day this week is today--be ready!
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WEEK FOURTEEN--November 6-10, 2017 (Veteran's Day Schedule)

Monday 11/6--Tuesday 11/7 (full class period)

Agenda:

  • Personal Choice Reading Time--Week #6 of 8
  • Complete Summary Sheet for Week #6
  • Index Card Check-in
  • Begin discussion of The Stranger Part II Ch. 1-2

HOMEWORK:

  1. The Stranger post-it note check on Wed 11/8--Thurs 11/9
  2. The Stranger Part II Ch. 4-5 Study Guide due for stamp & discussion on Wed 11/8--Thurs 11/9
  3. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 2 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Friday, December 1st Monday, December 4th by 3 pm. Reading day this week is today--be ready!


Wednesday 11/8--Thursday 11/9 (full class period)

Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

  1. Be ready for Socratic Seminar on The Stranger on Thurs 11/16--Fri 11/17, worth 100 points. If absent on Thurs 11/16--Fri 11/17, makeup assignment (writing an essay) will be posted on Monday 11/27 and due (submitted to turnitin.com) on Fri 12/1 by 11:59 pm.
  2. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 2 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Friday, December 1st Monday, December 4th by 3 pm. 
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WEEK THIRTEEN--October 30-November 3, 2017

Monday 10/30

Agenda:

  • Personal Choice Reading Time--Week #5 of 8
  • Complete Summary Sheet for Week #5
  • If not already submitted, please turn in index card with book info
  • 5th period only: Review Vocab for The Stranger

HOMEWORK:

  1. Read Part II Ch. 1-2 of The Stranger and complete post-it notes, be ready for a quiz on Part II Ch. 1-2 on Tues 10/31--Wed 11/1
  2. Understand “Existentialism” and “The Absurd.” Do further research. Re-watch the videos we viewed in class. Think about these concepts. Apply them.
  3. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 3 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Friday, December 1st by 3 pm. Reading day this week is today--be ready!


Tuesday, October 31, 2017--Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

  1. Read Part II Ch. 3 of The Stranger and complete post-it notes, be ready for a quiz on Part II Ch. 3 on Thurs 11/2--Fri 11/3
  2. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 3 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Friday, December 1st by 3 pm. Reading day this week is today--be ready!


Thursday, November 2, 2017--Friday, November 3, 2017

Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

  1. Read Part II Ch. 4-5 of The Stranger and complete post-it notes, be ready for a quiz on Part II Ch. 1-2 on Mon 11/6 (5th period)--Tues 11/7 (6th period)
  2. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 2 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Friday, December 1st by 3 pm. Reading day this week is today--be ready!
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WEEK TWELVE--October 23-27, 2017

Monday 10/23

Agenda:

  • Personal Choice Reading Time--Week #4 of 8
  • Complete Summary Sheet for Week #4
  • If not already submitted, please turn in index card with book info

HOMEWORK:

  1. Have study guides completed for The Stranger Part 1--Chapters 1-2 and Chapters 3-6 for Tuesday 10/23--Wednesday 10/24
  2. Understand “Existentialism” and “The Absurd.” Do further research. Re-watch the videos we viewed in class. Think about these concepts. Apply them.
  3. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 4 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Friday, December 1st by 3 pm. Reading day this week is today--be ready!


Tuesday, October 24, 2017--Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Agenda:

  • Stamp Study Guide Part 1 Ch. 3-6
  • Finish discussion of Part I Ch. 1-2 (6th only)
  • Review Venn-Diagram--Salamano vs. Meursault
  • Discuss Part 1 Ch. 3-6...opportunity to earn participation points!
  • Written Reflection/Exit Ticket

HOMEWORK:

  1. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 4 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Friday, December 1st by 3 pm. Reading day this week is today--be ready!


Thursday, October 26, 2017--Friday, October 27, 2017

Agenda:

  1. VIDEO: "Hero's Journey in 5 Minutes"
  2. PLOT FOR: The Lion King
  3. PLOT FOR: Phil Connors (from Groundhog Day)
  4. PLOT FOR: Meursault (from the "call to adventure" until his "abyss")
  • Vocabulary for Part II Ch. 1-2
  • Begin reading together in class

HOMEWORK:

  1. Read Part II Ch. 1-2 of The Stranger and complete post-it notes, be ready for a quiz on Part II Ch. 1-2 on Tues 10/31--Wed 11/1
  2. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 5 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Friday, December 1st by 3 pm. Reading day this week is today--be ready!
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WEEK ELEVEN--October 16-20, 2017

Monday 10/16

Agenda:

  • Personal Choice Reading Time--Week #3 of 8
  • Complete Summary Sheet for Week #3
  • If not already submitted, please turn in index card with book info

HOMEWORK:

  1. Read The Stranger Part 1--Chapters 1-2 and complete post-it notes; be ready for quiz on The Stranger Part 1--Chapters 1-2 Tuesday 10/17--Wednesday 10/18
  2. Post-it note check on Thurs 10/19--Fri 10/20 (worth 40 points)
  3. Understand “Existentialism” and “The Absurd.” Do further research. Re-watch the videos we viewed in class. Think about these concepts. Apply them.
  4. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 5 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Friday, December 1st by 3 pm. Reading day this week is today--be ready!


Tuesday, October 17, 2017--Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

  1. Read The Stranger Part 1--Chapters 3-6 and complete post-it notes; be ready for quiz on The Stranger Part 1--Chapters 3-6 on Thursday 10/19--Friday 10/20
  2. Post-it note check on Thurs 10/19--Fri 10/20 (worth 40 points)
  3. Understand “Existentialism” and “The Absurd.” Do further research. Re-watch the videos we viewed in class. Think about these concepts. Apply them.
  4. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 5 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Friday, December 1st by 3 pm. Reading day this week is today--be ready!


Thursday, October 19, 2017--Friday, October 20, 2017

Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

  1. Understand “Existentialism” and “The Absurd.” Do further research. Re-watch the videos we viewed in class. Think about these concepts. Apply them.
  2. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 5 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Friday, December 1st by 3 pm. Reading day this week is today--be ready!
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WEEK TEN--October 9-13, 2017

Monday, October 9, 2017 (5th period)/Tuesday, October 10, 2017 (6th period)

Agenda:

  • Continue notes and background on The Stranger
  1. Review--what is existentialism?
  2. Watch "Existentialism: Crash Course Philosophy #16"
  3. Explain podcast--BBC's "In Our Time: Culture" on existentialism and the absurd; view teacher notes, take additional notes
  4. Review “The Absurd”
  • Finish Groundhog Day, begin questions for Groundhog Day

HOMEWORK:

  1. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 6 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Friday, December 1st by 3 pm. Reading day this week will be on Wed 10/11--be ready!
  2. Understand “Existentialism” and “The Absurd.” Do further research. Re-watch the videos we viewed in class. Think about these concepts. Apply them.


Wednesday, October 11, 2017 (50 minute class period)

Agenda:

  • Personal Choice Reading Time--Week #2 of 8
  • Introduce and explain Summary Sheet
  • If not already submitted, please turn in index card with book info

HOMEWORK:

  1. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 6 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Friday, December 1st by 3 pm. The next reading day in class will be Monday, 10/16--be ready!
  2. Understand “Existentialism” and “The Absurd.” Do further research. Re-watch the videos we viewed in class. Think about these concepts. Apply them.


Thursday, October 12, 2017 (6th period)/Friday, October 13, 2017 (5th period)

Agenda:

  1. Albert Camus
  2. Historical Background, part 1
  3. Historical Background, part 2
  4. Literary Techniques
  5. Author's Purpose

HOMEWORK:

  1. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 6 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Friday, December 1st by 3 pm. The next reading day in class will be Monday, 10/16--be ready!
  2. Understand “Existentialism” and “The Absurd.” Do further research. Re-watch the videos we viewed in class. Think about these concepts. Apply them.
  3. Read The Stranger chapters 1-2 and complete post-it notes; be ready for quiz on The Stranger chapters 1-2 Tuesday 10/17--Wednesday 10/18

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WEEK NINE--October 2-6, 2017

Monday 10/2

Agenda:
  • Personal Choice Reading Time--Week #1 of 8
  • Introduce Summary Sheet
  • Complete Index Card
HOMEWORK:
  1. Go to the College Fair on Monday 10/2 at Union Mine High School from 6:30-8:30 pm, complete and submit the handout (accessible via the ORHS table at the College Fair), and earn 25 extra credit points!
  2. "The Twentieth Century Reading" Packet & handout DUE ON TUES 10/3--WED 10/4 (stamp & discuss)
  3. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 7 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Friday, December 1st by 3 pm.  

Tuesday 10/3--Wednesday 10/4
Agenda:
HOMEWORK:
  1.  Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 7 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Friday, December 1st by 3 pm. Your next reading day in class is Wednesday, Oct. 11th.

Thursday 10/5--Friday 10/6
Agenda:.
  1. Existentialism 
  2. Existentialism--visual (nothing to copy down...just view it and take it in)
  3. The Absurd/Absurdism
NOTE: Next week, Ms. Sayles will review existentialism and the absurd with you in great detail. For now, just make sure you have the info written down--hopefully you can catch some of the existentialist and absurdist characteristics in the film "Groundhog Day." Do your best with it.
  • Put away your chromebook. Go to the bookroom. Check out a copy of The Stranger from Mrs. Tillman. Bring the book to class every day.
  • Take out the "Groundhog Day" handout and binder paper. Read the directions for the "First-Read of the Film: Notetaking" and get yourself set up to take notes on the different categories.
  • Watch and enjoy "Groundhog Day." Take notes.
HOMEWORK:
  1. Read for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment". Know that you have 7 more weeks in class to read, and the essay will be due on Friday, December 1st by 3 pm. Your next reading day in class is Wednesday, Oct. 11th.                                                   --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --

WEEK EIGHT--September 25-29, 2017

Monday 9/25

Agenda:
  • Continue introducing Free Will in "The Truman Show:" Is Truman a Free Man or a Prisoner?
  • Continue film The Truman Show
HOMEWORK:
  1. Review "Personal Choice Reading Assignment" and be ready with questions on TUESDAY 9/26 (6th), FRIDAY 9/29 (5th)

6th PERIOD Tuesday 9/26 and 5th PERIOD Friday 9/29
Agenda:
HOMEWORK:
  1. Read "The Twentieth Century Reading" Packet and complete handout DUE ON TUESDAY 10/2--WEDNESDAY 10/3 FOR STAMP
  2. Bring your chosen book for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment" STARTING ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 2nd--bring book to class every Monday and take advantage of reading time in class (worth 10 points) every Monday, starting October 2nd.

6th PERIOD Thursday 9/28 and 5th PERIOD Wednesday 9/27
Agenda:.  
  • College & Career Unit Information presented by Counseling (5th in B-3; 6th in A-5)
HOMEWORK:
  1. Read "The Twentieth Century Reading" Packet and complete handout DUE ON TUESDAY 10/2--WEDNESDAY 10/3 FOR STAMP
  2. Bring your chosen book for "Personal Choice Reading Assignment" STARTING ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 2nd--bring book to class every Monday and take advantage of reading time in class (worth 10 points) every Monday, starting October 2nd.              --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --  --
WEEK SEVEN--September 18-22, 2017

Monday, September 18

Agenda:
HOMEWORK:
Continue drafting your Personal Statement or Letter of Introduction. 
  1. FINAL DRAFT and ALL CLASSWORK due Friday, September 22nd by 3 pm. Worth 300 points.
  2. Choose a prompt/topic from the following: UC Personal Insight QuestionsCommon App Essay QuestionsScholarship Essay Questions
  3. Type BOTH the prompt/topic AND word count at the top of your essay. CLICK HERE to see example in MLA format.
  4. Word count requirements--no minimum word count; 700 word maximum word count. NOTE: For UC "Personal Insight" Questions, you may submit TWO (2) questions at 250 words each to glean maximum feedback from the teacher.

Tuesday 9/19--Wednesday 9/20
Agenda:
  • Any questions about the personal statement/letter of introduction assignment? 
  • Return and review expectations for Assignment Packet
  • Review Personal Statement Checklist and Cover Sheet
  • Paramedic Method (showing you how to revise your work for wordiness, word choice, etc.)
  • "Smiley Face Tricks" for Balverne Court essay
  • Work Time
HOMEWORK:
Revise and perfect your Personal Statement or Letter of Introduction. 
  1. FINAL DRAFT and ALL CLASSWORK due Friday, September 22nd by 3 pm. Worth 300 points.
  2. Choose a prompt/topic from the following: UC Personal Insight QuestionsCommon App Essay QuestionsScholarship Essay Questions
  3. Type BOTH the prompt/topic AND word count at the top of your essay. CLICK HERE to see example in MLA format.
  4. Word count requirements--no minimum word count; 700 word maximum word count. NOTE: For UC "Personal Insight" Questions, you may submit TWO (2) questions at 250 words each to glean maximum feedback from the teacher.

Thursday 9/21--Friday 9/22
Agenda:.  
HOMEWORK:
Personal Statement or Letter of Introduction FINAL DRAFT and ALL CLASSWORK due Friday, September 22nd by 3 pm. Worth 300 points.
  1. Choose a prompt/topic from the following: UC Personal Insight QuestionsCommon App Essay QuestionsScholarship Essay Questions
  2. Type BOTH the prompt/topic AND word count at the top of your essay. CLICK HERE to see example in MLA format.
  3. Word count requirements--no minimum word count; 700 word maximum word count. NOTE: For UC "Personal Insight" Questions, you may submit TWO (2) questions at 250 words each to glean maximum feedback from the teacher.

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WEEK SIX--September 11-15, 2017

Monday, September 11

Agenda:
HOMEWORK:
  1. Ask three adults OVER 30 years old, "Where were you on 9/11?" Have a discussion. Learn some history.
Tuesday 9/12--Wednesday 9/13
Agenda:
  • Break into groups and finish Activity 15--Shareout
  • Complete Activity 16
  • Read "Saying Goodbye to the 5-Paragraph Essay"
  • Review the Rubric for the Personal Statement/Letter of Intro
  • Look at examples (see "downloads & links"):
    • 5th period: "German;" "NYU Application Essay"
    • 6th period: "German;" "Ray;" "Driven;" "Demon"
HOMEWORK:
Begin drafting your Personal Statement or Letter of Introduction. 
  1. FINAL DRAFT and ALL CLASSWORK due Friday, September 22nd by 3 pm. Worth 300 points.
  2. Choose a prompt/topic from the following: UC Personal Insight QuestionsCommon App Essay QuestionsScholarship Essay Questions
  3. Type BOTH the prompt/topic AND word count at the top of your essay. CLICK HERE to see example in MLA format.
  4. Word count requirements--no minimum word count; 700 word maximum word count. NOTE: For UC "Personal Insight" Questions, you may submit TWO (2) questions at 250 words each to glean maximum feedback from the teacher.

Thursday 9/14--Friday 9/15
Agenda:
  • Continue looking at example essays
    • 5th period: "Balverne Court," "Demon," "Dreaming of You"
    • 6th period: "A Quencher for Curiosity;" "Balverne Court;" "NYU Application Essay"
  • Individual Work--Guided Reading Handout for Personal Statements
  • Writing time
HOMEWORK:
Begin drafting your Personal Statement or Letter of Introduction. 
  1. FINAL DRAFT and ALL CLASSWORK due Friday, September 22nd by 3 pm. Worth 300 points.
  2. Choose a prompt/topic from the following: UC Personal Insight QuestionsCommon App Essay QuestionsScholarship Essay Questions
  3. Type BOTH the prompt/topic AND word count at the top of your essay. CLICK HERE to see example in MLA format.
  4. Word count requirements--no minimum word count; 700 word maximum word count. NOTE: For UC "Personal Insight" Questions, you may submit TWO (2) questions at 250 words each to glean maximum feedback from the teacher.

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WEEK FIVE--September 4-8, 2017

Monday, September 4

OFF--Labor Day


Tuesday 9/5--Wednesday 9/6
Agenda:
  • Finish Temple Grandin (access via Amazon Prime, HBO Go, or Netflix on DVD) and complete & discuss film analysis questions
  • Explain and assign homework (Activity 12)
  • Break into groups 
  • Begin Activities 14 and 15
HOMEWORK:
  1. Complete Activity 12 DUE (stamped) Thurs 9/7--Fri 9/8
HELPFUL WEBSITES FOR ACTIVITY 12:

Thursday 9/7--Friday 9/8
Agenda:
  • WARM-UP: Complete Activity 13 while teacher stamps Activity 12
  • Complete Activities 14 and 15
  • Re-read your response to Activity 12 and complete Activity 16
  • Begin reading example essays and grade using rubric
HOMEWORK:
  1. Finish reading and grading example essays; be ready to discuss Monday 9/11

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WEEK FOUR--August 28-September 1, 2017

Monday, August 28

Agenda:

  • CLICK HERE for Activity 10--Vocabulary Info for "Hidden Intellectualism"
  • Continue reading "Hidden Intellectualism" and continue Activity 11--"Stop and Respond" either on binder paper or on a Google doc
HOMEWORK:
  1. Complete all Activities not finished in class

Tuesday 8/29--Wednesday 8/30
Agenda:
  • CLICK HERE for Activity 10--Vocabulary Info for "Hidden Intellectualism"
  • Finish reading "Hidden Intellectualism" and finish Activity 11--"Stop and Respond" either on binder paper or on a Google doc
  • Class Discussion and Written Response (use as a baseline for "where you are at" in terms of taking a position on an argument and using evidence to support said argument)
  • Discuss "Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences" 
HOMEWORK:
  1. Complete all Activities not finished in class

Thursday 8/31--Friday 9/1
Agenda:
HOMEWORK:
  1. Enjoy the long weekend. Do some good in the world :)

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WEEK THREE--August 21-25, 2017

Monday 8/21

Agenda:

HOMEWORK:
  1. Complete Activities 7 and 8 if not finished in class, AND make sure to read through the "Portfolio and Topic/Prompt Info" document and links--ALL DUE THURS 8/24, FRI 8/25

Tuesday 8/22--Wednesday 8/23
Agenda:
  • Q & A with Deputy Turnage
HOMEWORK:
  1. Complete Activities 7 and 8 if not finished in class, AND make sure to read through the "Portfolio and Topic/Prompt Info" document and links--ALL DUE THURS 8/24, FRI 8/25

Thursday 8/24--Friday 8/25
Agenda:
  • Complete Activity 9--define "intellectualism"
  • Complete a modified version of Activity 10--Vocabulary
  • Begin reading "Hidden Intellectualism" and begin Activity 11--"Stop and Respond"
HOMEWORK:
  1. Make sure Activities 9 and 10 are completed by MONDAY 8/28

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WEEK TWO--August 14-18, 2017

Monday 8/14

Agenda:

HOMEWORK:
  1. Syllabus Contract due Thursday 8/17 (6th period)--Friday 8/18 (5th period)

Tuesday 8/15--Wednesday 8/16
Agenda:
HOMEWORK:
  1. Syllabus Contract due Thursday 8/17 (6th period)--Friday 8/18 (5th period)
  2. Complete Activity 5, DUE Thursday 8/17 (6th period)--Friday 8/18 (5th period) and finish any other unfinished activities 1-4 for Thurs/Fri

Thursday 8/17--Friday 8/18
Agenda:
HOMEWORK:
  1. To be announced.

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WEEK ONE--August 7-11, 2017

Monday 8/7

Agenda:

HOMEWORK:
  1. Do some good in the world.

Tuesday 8/8--Wednesday 8/9
Agenda:
HOMEWORK:
  1. Do some good in the world.

Thursday 8/10--Friday 8/11
Agenda:
HOMEWORK:
  1. Do some good in the world.