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    Welcome to freshman English!  See college prep class summer reading project information on District page under For Parents and Students.  

    GET INVOLVED: the JMHS school newspaper meets each Wednesday after school in room 520; Jackson Views, our literary magazine, meets each Wednesday after school in room 404. Volunteers welcome!!

    Problems or concerns? See Mrs. D. after school in room 517.  Remember, you create your own success

    Email me at:  nldauenhauer@jacksonsd.org

       CLASSROOM PROCEDURES:

    1. All policies and procedures are followed per student handbook. Cell phone usage is teacher-directed.
    2. I expect you to be on time to class every day.
    3. Bathroom breaks are permitted either at the beginning or at the end of class.
    4. Enter this room prepared: get enough sleep, eat breakfast, bring a pen, don’t forget your homework, and bring the assigned book with a cover on it.
    5. Late homework is not accepted unless you have been absent. If you are absent due to a school activity, I expect you to check the class page and bring in the required work.
    6. Please be respectful and courteous to me and to your fellow classmates at all times. This must be a place where everyone can feel comfortable.  Raise your hand if you have something relevant to contribute.
    7. As mandated by the JMHS English department, your grade will be determined as follows: Honors English 1- 65%-tests, quizzes, projects and other assessments, 25%- homework, and 10%- class participation;  English 1- 50%- tests, quizzes, projects and other assessments, 30%- homework and 20%- class participation.  All freshmen must take final exams.
    8. Essays and projects should be typed and are due on the day assigned. I must have a hard copy; do not e mail assignments to me.  Your grade on the assignment will drop a letter grade for each day late. 
    9. Some assignments are e mailed to Turnitin.com. You will need an e mail address and a password that you can remember.
    10. You are responsible for checking Genesis and my teacher page.  If you have been absent, you must get the notes from me or a classmate, turn in late homework and make up the Do Now.
    11. Notebook tests are given. They consist of questions from the Do Now book, the planner, homework, and notes.
    12. Unless I have a meeting, I am available every day after school for help. Let’s have a great semester!

              

     

     

  • Welcome to freshman English!  For Mrs. D.'s courses you will need: a three ring binder, a marble notebook, an assignment book, a highlighter and positive attitude!! 

     

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  • SUMMER READING INFORMATION: College prep students read one title from the Summer Reading List; students must read their book during the summer and be prepared with a completed essay upon entering English class in either Semester One or Semester Two.   Information is available on this JMHS website.  Go to PARENTS & STUDENTS, then SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS. Information is also available on this class page : go to Student Resources to get the link.  Honors students reading list is also on the link;  Honors students will be assessed the first week of the new semester.  Honors classes will begin with Lord of the Flies.

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  • Final exam schedule:

    January 30 and 31: shortened days for exams.  Transition day February 3:  Schools closed/teachers report.

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  • Valentines Day   

    Valentines Day February 14!!

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  • Presidents' Day February 17 - Schools Closed

                    Geo Washington

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  • HONORS: What is a hero? What is the meaning of loyalty?  What would you do for your country? It's time for Homer's epic Odyssey. It is your responsibility to review study guide each evening.  Unit test January 22, 2020.    

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  • PERIOD 1: We have begun our analysis of Of Mice and Men, the classic John Steinbeck novel of loyalty, friendship and the American Dream.  If you are absent, read the next chapter and complete study guide.  Unit test on Tuesday January 28, 2020.  

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  • Grading percentages for Honors English I  are as follows: 65% assessment, 25% homework and 10% participation. Furthermore, the final exam is worth 16% of your grade.  To be eligible for Honors English II, your final grade in this course must be an 85 or higher.  

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  • Grading percentages for English I are as follows: 50% assessment, 30% homework and 20% participation. The final exam is worth 16% of your grade in this class.

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  • Accessing school library databases at home? See the complete list on this page under STUDENT RESOURCES.   

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  • IF YOU ARE ABSENT, it is your responsibility to check our Class Page, hand in homework, make up Do Now and planner. Bring workbook to class every day. If you are on a school trip, work must be handed in ahead of time.

     

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  • Online textbook website is Holt McDougal Online  (my.hrw.com)  Your username is your student id and "@jsd". All passwords are "student1". Pull down menu, select "Collections" book title.  Go to student e-book, yellow icon. Problems? Contact hrw help desk.

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