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Mr. Malossi's English and Journalism classes.

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SAT PREP NIGHT CLASS LINK HERE

 

INCREASE YOUR VOCAB in a CHARITABLE WAY

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MS. KENNEDY'S MUSIC PROJECT PAGE

 

Try this online game - quite interesting! Also try this GRAMMAR GAME to see where you stand...

 

Handouts of Interest

Dictionary.com - use to look up terms for Vocabulary Units and anything else you need to know -- including terms related to short stories, and literary devices.

 

 

Extra Credit Opportunities

 

You can get extra credit at any time by writing a paper about any topic we discuss in class, or about any subject or piece of literature that we address in class. The papers must be typed, double-spaced, and in 12 point font. All extra-credit projects must show evidence of hard work and extra effort. You must see me before starting any extra-credit assignment.

 

You can and should be extra creative about your extra-credit projects as well. You can, for instance:

Write a persuasive essay that attempts to get someone else to try an activity that you are passionate about.

Tie in other subjects, creating a project that connects what you are doing in other classes w.ith what we have been doing (be creative!).

Paint or draw a picture or comic strip about the literary work we are studying, or about something that interested you in class.

Write a small play and produce it for the class.

Write a song or poem about something we do in class.

Create a speech about any subject you are passionate about and deliver it to the class.

Develop a dance routine that relates to what we are studying.

Write a letter that may have been passed between literary characters.

Write a movie, book, or album review that could appear in a local newspaper or magazine.

Do anything else that you feel is creative and relates to English in an interesting way. This opportunity is an open canvas on which you can create your very own masterpieces.