Packet 3 - Distance Learning

  • This packet's work begins on May 4th. Find them linked below.

SECOND PACKET STARTING APRIL 14TH

  • Changes in policies have switched what I can assign - we are now pivoting to the district assigned packets. Download them below.
    ***FRESHMEN: If you want to finish reading Romeo and Juliet, finish listening to the audiobook, or watch the film (which may or may not be available as a bootleg upload on YouTube the last time that I checked, cough cough, if you do not have the means to rent a film at this time), feel free to - this would be totally VOLUNTARY and will not be assessed, but I apologize for assigning part of a book and not having the means to help you through to finish it.

Distance Learning Packets and Information

  • I will be conitinually updating this webpage with information for all of my classes regarding lessons, contact, and updates to our scheduling. I will also be linking to several different resources that I believe will be helpful for student progress, and encourage you to check back if you have any questions. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me if you have any qeustions or concerns.

    JOIN REMIND by either texting the following codes to the number 81010, or by entering these codes in the Remind app:

    1st period IGCSE First Lang: @66cge8e
    2nd period IGCSE First Lang: @2kg3ff
    4th period IGCSE First Lang: @hk8kb4
    5th period IGCSE Literature: @39cge7
    7th period IGCSE Literature: @cccdhc

     Teacher YouTube channel for helpful videos and supplemental resources: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVZtAb5jljQqVuDN8h57VwQ/playlists?view_as=subscriber

First Language (9th)

  • Open the at-home study calendar to see the timeline of what you should be working on. Each day is separated so that you should be spending 50-minutes each day as a maximum on the work assigned. All papers are linked below.

    For helpful videos to assist in understanding Shakespeare, find the playlist on my YouTube channel here.

    For an Audiobook of Romeo and Juliet, find the playlist on my YouTube channel here.

Literature (10th)

  • Open the at-home study calendar to see the timeline of what you should be working on. Each day is separated so that you should be spending 50-minutes each day as a maximum on the work assigned. All papers are linked below.

    For helpful videos to assist in understanding Shakespeare, find the playlist on my YouTube channel here.

    For an Audiobook of Macbeth and specific analysis videos, find the playlist on my YouTube channel here.