8/31 and 9/1 English 1 & English 9RCP Agenda

Homework:
Due Tues:

Index card with your personal memoir on it

AND

Signed Syllabus!

 

6-Word Memoir (An evidence-based narrative)

Like Ernest Hemingway, you have the challenge of writing your 6-word memoir. If today were the last day of life, and you could only tell your life’s story in 6 words, what would you say? Or if you could only impart one piece of wisdom to the world, what would you say?

1.   Choose your six-word memoir

Example: Certain all hope was lost. Survived!

                                             –John Smith

2.   Write a narrative piece describing the story behind your six word memoir. By the end of the narrative, I should know what led you to want to impart this piece of wisdom on the world.

3.   Use your six words as the title to your narrative. Is your heading on your story?

4.   Find a picture of yourself, draw, cut out from magazines, or select an image to represent your memoir, and paste on a notecard that I will provide for you.

 5.  Paste your memoir and name on top of the picture in an appropriate location.

 6.  Turn in your 6-word memoir in tomorrow at the end of class, and be ready to share your choice.

 

Examples of a six word memoir at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DW8hOX6QcLk

Welcome to a new year!

Hello Yellow Jackets of all ages, grades, and subject matter.  I want to welcome you to a new, exciting year!  For those of you returning for another year, welcome back.  For those of you who are new to OHS, I share that experience and adventure with you!

I am looking forward to getting to know all of you throughout the year.  When you have questions, concerns, or comments, please do not hesitate to contact me by stopping in to say hello, or dropping a friendly email.

Let’s start reading between the lines!

Ms. Navarro